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(Christopher Ridgeley, pbr., presented by the Abbess of
Shaftesbury. Instituted ist April, 1529.)

The Parish of Yetmister. — One Chalice parcel gilt. To the
Church's use there is appointed the Chalice. John Turner,
curate. Thomas Mundaye, John Myller, Thomas Carter, church-
wardens ; William Shery, William Wylles, Walter Phelpes, John
Aylvord, parishioners.

The Chapel of Lighe. — One Chalice of silver parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chahce. Owen
Uprice, curate. Walter Phelpes, John Myller.

(The Chapel of Leigh was connected with Yetminster.)

The Chapel of Chetnoll. — One Chalice of silver. To the
church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Austyne Grene,
curate. John Aylvord ; Tristerame Mynard, Thomas Dyar.
(The manor of Chetnoll is a member of Yetminster.)

The Parish of Brodford. — Three Chalices of silver. To the
church's use there is appointed the worst Chalice, &:c. The
residue of the premises are committed to the custody of these
underwritten. Thomas Master, vicar. John Som'', Nycholas
Syller, churchwardens ; John Garret, Lyonell Frauncis, William
Daynyell, parishioners.

(Thomas Maister, pbr., was instituted to Bradford Abbas ult.
October, 1538. Patron, Thomas Maister senr., by grant of the
Abbot of Sherborne. He resigned 1585.)



193

The Parish of Stalbridge.— Two Chalices, one gilt the other
ungilt. To the church's use there is appointed one Chalice
ungilt, &c. The residue of the premises are committed to the
custody of these underwritten. William Vowell, curate. William
Kayleway, John Jones, senr., churchwardens ; Hughe Weston,
Thomas Snoke, Thomas Atwaters, John Jones, junr., parishioners.
(The family of Weston held lands here from a very early
period. They seem to have been lessees under the Abbey of
Sherborne till the time of the Dissolution. In 1524 Hugh Weston
held the manor of Callow Weston.)

The Parish of M.xrnhull. — Three Chalices of silver, two
parcel gilt, the other ungilt. To the church's use there is
appointed the said Chalice ungilt, &c. The residue of the pre-
mises are committed to the custody of these underwritten. Robert
Tucker, curate. John Keylwey, Nycholas Keylwaye, church-
wardens ; Thomas Poldon, Nycholas Joyce, Thomas Keylwaye,
Thomas Bromker, parishioners.

The Parish of Melburye Bube with the Chapell of Wolcombe.
— Two Chalices of silver. To the church's use there is appointed
one Chalice for Melbury aforesaid, and the other for the chapel
aforesaid. Richard Skaland, parson. Walter Foye, Alexander
Buckeler, William Foye ; William Hebdage, Walter Coxe,
parishioners.

(Richard Skaland, pbr., instituted 25th August, 1536, on the
presentation of William, Earl of Arundell. The next institution
occurs in 1570. — The family of Foy held lands here temp. Eliz. ;
the last heir male died 1784. — On a tomb in the churchyard is
inscribed " Here lieth the body of Alexander Buckler, Anno
Domini 1568; bilt by M. Chub, his daught., 1622.")

The Parish of Hynton Mary. — One Chalice of silver. To the
church's use there is appointed the Chalice. John Chiles, curate.
Richard Shote, John Gardyner, churchwardens ; Robert Etmay,
Robert Marks, John Hart, Henry Sanfer (?), parishioners.

The Parish of Stoure Estover. — One Chalice parcel gilt. To
the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. John Bleke,
curate. Richard Wyllet, Harry Vanner, churchwardens ; Richard
Pytrige, John Demer, John Coles, Robert Grene, parishioners.

(This should probably be Westover. There is already an
entry of the parish of Stower Estover. West Stour is also a part of
Gillingham.)



194

The Parish of Margaret Marshe. — One ChaHce of silver
parcel gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice.
John George, curate. John Hoper, John Colman, church-
wardens.

The parish of Motcombe. — One Chalice of silver parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. John Wykes,
curate. William Wykes, William Brokwaye, churchwardens ;
John Carre, William Spencer, William Mountyer, parishioners.

(On the south side of the church is a small chapel or aisle
used exclusively by the occupiers of the farm called Wykes's.
Frances Wykes, by her will in 1738, gave ^100 for the poor of
Motcombe,)

The Parish of Yewley Mvnster. — Two Chalices of silver.
To the church's use there is appointed one Chalice, &c. The
residue of the premises are committed to the custody of these
underwritten, William Tomson, curate, Richard Vyvyan, John
Phylipyn, churchwardens ; William Shaft, William Graver, John
Frenche, parishioners,

(According to Hutchins, the vicarage of Ewern Minster was
held by John Dibbin, pbr,, from 1525 to 1541, when he resigned.
No other institution is recorded till 1569. — Richard Vyvyan held
lands here 5 Eliz.)

The Parish of Orchard. — One Chalice of silver. To the
church's use there is appointed one Chalice, Thomas Rede,
John Collyns, churchwardens ; William Beamond, John Chypman,
parishioners.

The Parish of Totbere. — One Chalice of silver parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. William
Gaye, Thomas Pope, churchwardens ; John Cave, Thomas Stone,
parishioners.

The Parish of Child Okeford, inferior et superior. — One
Chalice of silver parcel gilt. To the church's use there is ap-
pointed the Chalice. William Wylkocks, curate. William Arnold,
William Freman, churchwardens ; Gylbert Sherer, Robert Payne,
parishioners.

The Parish of St. James in Shaston. — One Chalice of silver
parcel gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice.



195

Walter Hewes, vicar. Antony Ankelell, Richard Wilkyncs,
churchwardens ; WilHam Percy, Henry Henbery, John Beamond,
John Ganter, parishioners.

(This church now passes for a Rectory. Bishop Mortival,
in the 14th century, calls it a Vicarage. Walter Hughes was
instituted in 1546. — The name of Anketell abounds in the parish
registers here. That of Anthony Anketell, of Shaston, will be
found in the elaborate pedigree of this family, printed in Hutchins,
vol. iii. p. 62.)

The Trvnitye in Shaston. — Two Chalices of silver parcell
gilt. To the church's use there is appointed one Chalice, &c.
The residue of the premises are committed to the custody of
these underwritten. William Axe, John Rear (?) churchwardens :
Peter Sylvester, Walter Blandford, John Trent, parishioners.

(The Abbess of Shaftesbury presented to the Rectory in
1534; the next institution occurs 1556. After the Reformation
it was annexed to St. Peter's.)

St. Peter's in Shaston. — Two Chalices of silver, one parcel
gilt, the other all gilt. To the church's use there is appointed
one Chalice, &c. The residue of the premises are committed to
the custody of these undenvritten. John Rodberd. parson.
William Nell, John Fuell, John Bartor.

(The name of John Rodberd does not occur in Hutchins'
list of Rectors.)

The Parish of Romball. — One Chalice of silver parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Thomas
Glase, curate. Peter Hascall, Thomas Pore, churchwardens ;
John Fowell, John Haskall, Thomas Sheve, parishioners.

(The Parish of St. Rombald, alias Cann, adjoins Shaftesbury. )

The Chapell of West Orcherd. — One Chalice of silver parcel
gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Walter
Mewe, William Combe, churchwardens.

(West Orchard was a Chapel of Ease to Fontmel Magna.)

The Parish of Holwall. — Two Chalices, the one gilt, the

other parcel gilt. — To the church's use there is appointed one

Chalice. The residue of the premises are committed to the

custody of these underwritten. William Wolsav, parson.

o 2



196

Robert Olyver, Edward Reley, churchwardens ; Harry Olyver,

WiUiam Shaffy, parishioners.

(The name of William Wolsay is not found in Hutchins' list
of Rectors.)

The Parish of Caundell Episcopi. — Two Chalices of silver,
one all gilt, the other parcel gilt. To the church's use there is
appointed one Chalice. The residue of the premises are com-
mitted to the custody of these underwritten. Thomas Elyot,
curate. Richard Farley, Richard Burt, churchwardens ; Thomas
Lyllye, Raynold Martyne.

The Parish of Purse Caundell. — One Chalice of silver. To
the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Thomas Meden,
parson. John Domet, John IMewe, churchwardens ; William
Mewe, Thomas Duffet, Thomas James, parishioners.

(Thomas Medent, pbr., instituted 27th Jan., 1536, by the
Abbess of Shaftesbury. The next institution occurs in 1563.)

The Parish of Storton Caundell. — One Chalice of silver
parcel gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice.
Robert Symonds, curate. John Byell, William Clement, church-
wardens ; Lawrence Hanne, Peter Mewe, Ellis Churchill,
parishioners.

(This Rectory formerly belonged to the Priory of Ivy Church,
near Salisbury. No institution to it occurs in the Sarum registers,
nor does it appear in the Modern Valor.)

The Parish of Lvd Lingeche. — One Chalice of silver gilt. To
the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Thomas
JuRDAN, parson. Jeffery Roman, Richard Eyre, churchwardens ;
Nycholas Roman, Edmond Narbard, Richard Styckley, Nycholas
Hane, parishioners.

(Thomas Jurdayn, B.A., instituted to the Rectory of Lid-
linch 1 8th May, 1535.)

The Parish of Kington Magna. — One Chalice of silver. To
the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Robert Palmer,
curate. John Coke, John Yonge, churchwardens ; William Yonge,
Robert Everod, Xp'ofer Were, Henry Uowding, parishioners.

(This entry of Robert Palmer as Curate is an error. He
was instituted Rector in 1548, and was succeeded by John
Palmer, 1569.)



197

The Parish of Bochornk Wf.ston. — One Chalice parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Richard
Hart, parson. Elysaunder Yong, Thomas Davage, church-
wardens ; Harry Yong, parishioner.

(William Harte, pbr., was instituted to the Rectory of Buck-
horn Weston, 28th May, 1540. — In 1550, the family of Young
possessed the Manor. The name of Alexander Young does not
appear in their pedigree printed by Hutchins, l)ut we find that
Harry Young married a daughter of Robert Davage.)

The Parish of Sutton Walron. — One Chalice of silver. To
the church's use is appointed the Chalice. William Mychell,
parson. Umfrey Andro, William Hurrell, churchwardens ; John
King, William Mychell, John Osmont, John Hilgro, parishioners.

(William Mighell, pbr., was instituted Rector ist Aug., 1532.
The next institution occurs in 1554.)

The Parish of Manstone. — One Chahce of silver parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Thomas
CooLES, parson. John Dycke, Thomas Rident, churchwardens ;
John Comyche, Robert Tappe, parishioners.

(Thomas Collys was instituted Rector in 1547.)

The Parish of Fyfeld Maudlin. — One Chalice of silver parcel
gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Robert
Newman, Robert Browne, churchwardens ; John Newman, John
Somer, parishioners.

(The Newmans were lessees of the lands here of the Abbot
of St. Augustine, at Bristol, at the time of the Dissolution. The
name of Robert Newman occurs in their pedigree printed by
Hutchins.)

The Parish of Ewren Curtney.— One Chalice parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed one Chalice. Thomas
Hebbes, curate. Robert Godwyne, John Candye, churchwardens ;
Xtofer Swetname, Edward Capper, John Wyche, parishioners.
(Ewern Courtney, now called Shroton.)

The Parish of Farindon.— No mention of Chalice. Thomas
Hebbes, curate. Edward Tapper, John Wyche.
(A Chapel of Ease to Ewern Courtney.)



The Parish of Okford Phippin. — One Chalice of silver whole
gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Thomas
Hanne, curate. William Whyt, Nicholas Mewe, churchwardens ;
Edward Howe, John Phelpes, William Fote, parishioners.
(Okford Fitzpain.)

The Parish of Rvme. — One Chalice of silver. To the church's
use there is appointed the Chalice. William Hodges, parson.
William Russell, Richard . . . . , churchwardens ; John Hill,
parishioner.

(William Hodge occurs in Hutching as Rector of Ryme
Intrinsica, without any date of institution; he died in 1559.)

The Parish of Melburv Abbis. — One Chalice of silver parcel
gilt. To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice.
Robert Byrd, parson. William Dewbyn, Thomas Everad,
churchwardens ; John Hiskok, William Forse, John Peltye,
parishioners.

(Robert Bird was instituted Rector in 1565.)

The Parish of Shirborne. — One Chalice of silver parcel gilt.
To the church's use there is appointed the Chalice. Nycholas
Ingleber, Thomas Wyness, churchwardens ; John Yong, William
Meyor, Jarvis Ashley, John Stephens, parishioners.



[S"*] GVLES Strangwayes.

John Horssev.
George Delalvnd.
Thomas Trenchard.



'99



THE DEFAULTS OF THE DEANERIES ABOVE
WRITTEN, AS FOLLOWETH :—

The Parish of Chermester.— There lacketh one Chalice, sold
by the parishioners, weighing 1 2 ounces, at 4s. 8d. the ounce.

The Parish of Wynfrythe. — There lacketh one Chalice of silver
and one pax of silver, weighing 19 ounces, at 4s. Sd. per ounce.

The Parish of Dalwoode. — There was stolen one Chalice, price
30s.

The Parish of Longe Predy. — There lacketh one Chalice, sold by
the parishioners for 33s. 4d.

The Parish of . . . fed Nevell. — There lacketh one Chalice,
which was sold by the parishioners for ^3.

The Parish of Seron. — There lacketh one Chalice and a bell sold
by the parishioners.

The Parish of F . . . nell.— There lacketh one Chalice of silver,
a pyx of silver, and one cope of velvet.

The Parish of Hynton Marten. — There lacketh one Chalice,
sold by the parishioners for 40s.

Canford, Wymborne Mynster, Pole. — Ther be no Inventories
taken by reason of the plagu, and they have lost ther old
Inventories as they have send us word wher uppon ther ys no
vewe taken.



LIST OF THE NAMES

OF

RECTORS, VICARS, CURATES AND PARISHIONERS,



The Returns of the Dorset Commissioners of Edward VI. in IS52.







NAME.






PAGE.


Abbot


174, 186


Bagge






... 186


Abraham ...


151. 185


Bagsha, v.






... 164


Abrydges ...


•■■ 173


Bagwell






■■ 159


Adams, R. ...


... 18S


Baker, R. ...


156,


164,


174, 188


Adams ... i6c


, 174, 183, 185


Baker, v.






... 159


Aden


... 157


Baker, c.






... 181


Adowne ...


... 170


Baker, 150, 158


167,173


.I74>


186,187


Aishe


... 191


Ballyns ...






... 184


Akerman ...


... 181


Balston




183.


184, 185


Alforde


... 180


Bamberd






... 162


Alkens


... 171


Barber






... 168


Allen


... 164


Barefote ...






... ISO


Alleyne


... 15s


Barge






... 183


Alumbryge


... 173


Barne






162, 180


Alyn


IS4. IS7


Baron


156,


160,


174. 183


Ame


... 163


Baron, R.






... 163


Ameyre


... 189


Barry, v.






... 184


Amore


... 162


Barry






... 152


Andro


... 197


Barter






192, 195


Andros, c. ...


iSS, 162


Bartlet, c.






... 177


Anketell ...


... 195


Bartelet 155, i


56, 169,


176,


179, 187


Anthony ...


... 160


Bartrame . . .






... 180


Aplyn


... 172


Barwyk






... 171


Appleby ...


... 188


Barwyke, R.






... 170


Arber


... 189


Bason






... 160


Arne


... 174


Basset






... 175


Arneye


... 163


Batrick






... 154


Arnold


171, 194


Batrok, R.






... 158


Ashleye


161, 19S


Batter






... 154


Atkyns


... 170


Batton






... 161


Atkynson ...


... 189


Baylonde






... 172


Attyna


... 184


Bayly


15s.


158,


168, 173


Atwaters ...


... 193


Bayly, R.






173. 187


Augustyne, R.


... 161


Bayly, v.






... 176


Austyn


... 188


Beamont




185,


194, 19s


Averell


... 174


Beare






177, 179


A weye


■•• 153


Bellet






... 168


Axe


19s


Belton






... 157


Aylvord ...


... 192


Benet






152, 16S



Benfylde ...




PAGE.
172


Bycley, c.




. . 168


Benson, R.
Bentame, c.




182

190


Kyles
Bylke




161, 196
... 184


Beryet




157


Bylle




... 150


Besant




166


Byrd, R. ...




... 198


Best
Betiscombe


... 158, iSo


1 84


Byrde
Byrt




•79
... 167


Beyrlye
Biggs




165
188


Byshopp . . .




177. 183


Birte




158


Cadbury ...




... 174


Bittys




166


Caddy




... 160


Blackwell, c.




181


Cade, c. ...




'55
... 156
179, 186


Blackwoode




184


Caine




Blanchard




163


Cake


... 150,


Blandford




19s


Candye




... 197


Bleke, c. ...




193


Capper




197


Blundon, c.




186


Carpynter


... 171,


183, 185


Bold




162


Carre




... 194


Bolte




157


Carter


••• 173.


178, 192


Bonde, R.




179


Catbury




... 175


Bonde




150


Cave




191, 194


Bonman




•75


Cawdy




.. 166


Bouger




159


Chamber, c.




... 161


Bounde


156


171


Chapel


160, 167,


169, 191


Bowcher . . .




153


Chaper




... iqi


Bowett




178


Charde, R.


IS,^. V. 186


Bowith




151


Chasfyn




191


Bowler




151


Cheksford




... 152


Boyes




172


Chemocke




190


Boyte


155


157


Cheseman




... 174


Bradford, v.




165


Chettell ...




... 176


Brake




154


Cheviet




160, 16^


Brayne




174


Chiles, R.


167, c. 193


Bretlond, R.




168


Chipman


■ 172.


176, 194


Brewdstock




170


Christopher




... 165


Erode




192


Churchell


157, 159.


181, 196


Broke




150


Churchhowse




... 190


Brokman




192


Chyppe




... 156


Brokwaye




194


Claghton, v.




... 166


Bromker . . .




193


Clark, c.




... 172


Browne


... 152, 181,


197


Claughton




... 169


Brownynge




172


Clement ...


■ '55.


177, 196


Brychell, R.




172


Clerke




'79. 181


Bryne




158


Clyff




... 154


Bucke




172


Clyves




152, 153


Buckler ...


... 184,


193


Cobbe




... IS9


Bugge




168


Cober




... 167


Bugler




160


Cobthorne




... 186


Bulleyne . . .




191


Cockeram




... 152


Bullynge, c.




187


Cockerel!, R.




... 15s


Burbege ...




182


Coke




... 196


Burges, R.


'.'.'. 186,


187


Cofifyn




152, 158


Burlton




16S


Colcell, R.




... 189


Bursey




174


Cole




184, 193


Burt


162, 176, 190,


196


Collant




... 183


BusheU ...




177


Collens




182, 194


Butler


._


161


Colles, R.




... 163


Butte


...


189


Collins, c.




... 183



Collyford




151


Dawe


177. 187


Colman, R.




166


Dawnton,


: 158


Colman




194


Daye


... 189


Colyer


169,


183


Daynyell


192


Combdeane




154


Delalynd


198


Combe




•9S


Delawaye


IS3


Compton




167


Demer


193


Comyche




197


Demet


187


Comyshall




175


Denys, R.


161


Condyt




177


Derby, R.


180


Conizede, R.




171


Derke


186


Conweye




:8s


Devall, R.


... 164


Coocke




167


Devonshire


169


Cooke, c.




187


Devynyshe


IS9


Cooker




164


De\7S


170


Cooles, R.




197


Dewbyn


... 198


Corbys




157


Dewey


170


Corme, R.




187


Diet


172


Corme


191.


192


Dobbs


161


Corr




190


Dodinge, v


176


Cosen




156


Dogoode


176


Cosines, c.




156


Doll


165, 190


Cosse




169


DoUinge


154, 174


Cotrell, R.


178,


179


Domet


... 196


Cotton




169


Doole


164


Cove




157


Dorsett, R.


... 169


Cowper


163,


188


Dowche


188


Cowron




174


Dowdynge


1S9, 196


Coxe




193


Dowle, V.


168, R. 177


Coxton




177


Dowle


188


Crabbe




182


Downton


171, 191


Cradeler ...




152


Drake


186


Crandon ...




185


Drawe


186


Creche




175


Drayton, R


IS4


Crocker, c.




175


Drewe


... 155


Crocker ... 153, 166


, 167, 171-


•83


Duffet


... 196


Crokeyt, c.




172


Dunnynge


171


Crosse


164, 173,


1 86


Dunster, V


188, 189


Crosse, c.




166


Dyar


... 192


Crumpelher




17s


Dybsdall


... 190


Crybbe


183,


190


Dycke


184, 197


Cryche, v.


156,


177


Dyer, c.


173


Cryne




192


Dyet


... 164


Cuffe




190


Dygnell


153


Curley




161


Dyker


174


Curoo, c. ...




161


Dyll


176


Curry, c. ...




187


Dyrynge


157. 159


Curties


182,


190


Dyvarde


176


Dackombe, R.




163


Edmonde


174, 17s


Dalyber ...




183


Edwardes


151. '55. 15S


Dammat ...




187


Egerdon


180, 185


Dampny ...




174


Elior, c.


157


Danyell ...




182


Ellyot


162, 179


Darby




180


Elmes


162


Dare




186


Elyot, C.


196


Davage




197


Elys


190


Davey ... 151, 16S


, 170, 180,


192


Elyson, R.


176



203



Englond ...


171


George, c.


... 194


Estmunde ...




177


Gillat


... 150


Etmay




193


Glase, c. ...


.. 195


Evan




152


Godderd ...


i6i, 176


Everod


196,


19S


(iodwyn, c.


157


Everydge ...




162


Godwyn ...


188, 197


Ewens




■83


Goge


183


Eyer


... 153, 156,


196


Gokle


... 152, 156, 169


Eyere, R. ...




1S3


Gold, R. ...
Goldwyne, R.


'54

'70


Farley




196


Golvesnye


«9o


Farman, R.




178


Goode


161, 182


Fawell




152


Goodridge


156


Fawkener




1 87


Goslynge ...


171


Fayre




173


Gouke


157


Fletcher, c.




171


Gould, R. ...


... 177


Fletcher ...


174,


175


Gould


... 164, 165, 174


Fole, c. ...




'75


Gover


156


Ford




190


Graunte


159, 175


Formage . . .




175


Graver


... 194


Forse


1S4,


198


Gredelyn


'75


Fort, c.




185


Grene, c.


... 192


Fete




198


Greene


... 162, 170, 193


Forward, R.




1 89


Gregory


159, 179


Fowe, R.




161


Grenewaye, R.


186


Fowell




195


Grenynge


... 189


Fowrde




188


Grout, R. ...


190


Foye




193


Gryffythe, R.


161


Frampton


164,


176


Grynter


'85


Frank


ISO,


■59


Guppey


178, 182


Frauncis ...




192


Gurnard ...


151


Freke, R.




173


Guye


158


Freman




194


Gybbes


163


Frenche . . .




194


Gybbes, c.


... 164


Fryday, v.


171,


174


Gybbons . . .


150, 162


Frye


163, 164, 170,


171


Gyfford ...


159


Frye, R. ...




189


Gyles


163


Fuell




•95


Gyll


... 178, 180, 189


Fuller




.89


Gyllat


158, 190


Furber, c.




174


Gyllat, R.


177


Furmage . . .




167


Gyllion


179


Fysher


'.'.'. 161,


177


Hadson, c.


182


Cache




15s


Hakewoode


171


Galpyn


172,


173


Halker


185


Galton




I7S


Hall


... 175, 183, 186


Ganter




■95


Hallet


181, 182


Gardyner ...




193


Hame, R. ...


150


Garlande . . .


'.'.'. 181,


184


Hame


178, 189


Garrard




166


Hamlyne ...


178


Garret


i9i>


192


Hamper ...


152


Gasle, V. ...




164


Hane


196


Gawden ...


150.


159


Hankines, c.


'9'


Gawdey ...




151


Hanne, c.


... 198


Gawler




162


Harbyn, v.


153


Gaye


'.'.'. 157,


194


Harbyn


... 157, 169, 172


Gecle




185


Hardinge ...


162, 168


Genge




169


Hardy, R.


167, 168



204



NAME.

Hardy

Harrys 153,159,162,1

Harryson, c.

Hart

Hart, R. ...

Harvey ... 152, 16

Haserde, v.

Haskall ...

Hasten

Hawte

Hayes, v.

Hayman ...

Hayne

Hayson

Hebbes

Hebbs, V.

Hebdage ...

Helyer

Henbury ...

Henscrige

Hensebury

Heren

Heryngton

Hewes, v.

Heyworthe

Hick

Hilgro

Hillard ...

Hiskok

Hobbs

Hobby

Hodder

Hodge

Hodgen

Hodges, R.

Holcomb

Hole

HoUerde

Holman

Holme

Holmer

Holwall ...

Hoode

Hooker

Hoper

Hopkens ...

Hore

Horsewell, R.

Horssey

Hoskens ...

Howchens

Howe

Hoy well ...

Huberte, c.

Huchen

Huddy ...

Hull

Hull, R





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180, 181


73,180,182,184


... 185


175. 176, 193


... 197


, 164, 166, 170


... 180


... 195


... 192


... 156


... 191


• •■ 157


172, 188


■ •■ 173


... 180


169, c. 197


■ •■ 193


152, 159, 166


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