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Richard Wainwright, labourer, p. of Farndon,

aged 45, w., & Mary Lane, aged 38, w. 2 Aug. „
William Rickett, labourer, of E. S., aged 23,

w., & Mary Grocock, p. of Long Ben-
nington, CO. Line, aged 21, lie. . . 18 Aug. „
Thomas Rose, grazier, p. of Shelton, aged 22,

& Arabella Rippon, aged 27, tic. . . 5 Apr. 1779

John Copley, farmer, aged 21, & Mary Cooper,

aged 20, tic, with consent of parent,

William Cooper . . . . • • 5 Apr. ,,

John Bradshaw, servant, aged 21, & Elizabeth

Pyne, aged 22, tic. . . . . . . 3 June „

Richard Davis, servant, p. of Thorpe, co. Nott.,

aged 22, & Sarah Gillot, aged 29 . . 4 Oct. ,,
[Bajins 0/ marriage between H^^illiam Abbott, p. of Farndon,
& Catharine Norman, of E. S., were publislicd Juty 1780, but
there is no notice of tlieir marriage.^
Thomas Pearson, cordwainer, aged 32, & Alice

Jessop, aged 23, tic. . . • • 25 Sept. 1780

William Sumner, cordwainer, aged 24, &

Elizabeth Swain, aged 26 . .. 19 Feb. 1781

Richard Minkley, servant, aged 22, & Ann

Shephard, aged 19, with consent of

parent, Joseph Shephard .. .. 15 May ,,

John Reddish, miller, p. of Woodborough, aged

21, & Elizabeth Matthews, aged 21, tic. 7 June „



84 Nottinghamshire Parish Registers. [1781

Francis Innocent, servant, aged 24, & Eliza-
beth Cooper, aged 22, lie. .. .. 8 July 1781

John Pilgram, servant, p. of Farndon, aged 25,

& Elizabeth Stemson, aged 24 . . 6 Nov. „

Robert Morris, tailor, aged 27, & Elizabeth

Wright, aged 30, w., lie. .. .. 7 Jan. 1782

George Taylor, servant, aged 22, p. of Balder-
ton, & Mary Stemson, aged 19, with
consent of parent, Stephen Stemson . . 14 May „

Edward Simson, labourer, of Roxholm, p. of
Leasingham, co. Line, aged 23, & Jane
Wood, aged 24 . . . . . . 2 July ,,

Joseph Morris, servant, aged 25, & Jane

Bett, aged 22, lie. . . . . . . 9 Nov. ,,

Thos. Padgett, servant, aged 19, & Mary Copley,
aged 17, with consent of parents,
William Copley & Francis Padgett 12 Nov. ,,

Robert Brown, cordwainer, aged 25, & Martha

Gillot, aged 25 . . . . • • 9 Dec. „

John Smith, weaver, p. of Farndon, aged 29,

w., & Sarah Long, aged 26 . . . . 20 Dec. ,,

Thomas Herrott, labourer, of the Chapel
Parish of Elston, aged 21, & Ann
Sharpe, aged 22, lie. .. .. 30 Apr. 1783

Joseph Harrison, servant, aged 22, & Ann

Wetherell, aged 22 . . . . 24 Nov. „

Simon Cont, servant, aged 28, & Ann Whit-

aker, aged 21, lie. . . . . . . i Dec. ,,

Robert Richardson, labourer, aged ^^, & Eliz-
abeth Innocent, aged 26, w. . . . . 22 Feb. 1785

John Hart, fisherman, aged 48, & Elizabeth

Sandifent for SandiferJ, aged 22 . . 26 Dec. „

[Banns 0/ marriage between Thomas Red ford, p. of Hawks-
worth, &> Ann Baxter, of E. S., were published in Deeember

1785 and January 1786, but there is no notice of their

marriage.^

William Gilbert, farmer, aged 24, & Sarah

Swinburn, aged 27 .. .. i Feb. 1786

William Webster, carpenter and farmer, aged

40, \N., & Sarah Taylor, aged 26 . . 8 Aug. 1786



1791] East Stoke Marriages. 85

Nicholas Kirkby, servant, p. of Rollestone,
aged 26, & Ann Steeper, aged
31, w. . . .. . . .. 4 Jan. 1787

William Pacy, alehouse-keeper, aged 32, w.,
of E. S., & Mary Hind, p. of Peckham,
CO. Surrey, aged zi^ He. . . • • 25 Apr. „

William Taylor, servant, aged 24, & Eliza-
beth Smith, aged 21 .. .. 20 Nov. „

William Spafford, of the Chapel Parish of
Elston, farmer, aged 27, «& Dorothy
Long, aged ig, with consent of her
parent, John Long, lie. .. .. 5 July 1788

\Banns of marriage between John Ratcliff, p. of Gonalston,

& Mary Beedham, of E. S., were published in March 1789, but

there is no notice of their marriage.']

William Tidy, servant, aged 19, & Sarah
Shipman, aged 27, with consent of his
parent, Mary Tidy . . .. .. 20 Apr. 1789

Samuel Padgett, servant, aged 23, & Susanna
Elston, aged 20, with the consent of her
parent, John Elston . . • • 4 Aug. „

[Banns of marriage between William Briggs, of the Chapel

Parish of Elston, & Ann Stimson, of E. S., were published

July and August 1789, but there is no notice of their marriage.]

Richard Hunt, servant, aged 18, & Sarah Bell,
aged 22, with the consent of his parent,
William Hunt .. .. .. 21 Oct. 1789

William Varley, labourer, aged 27, p. of Heath,

CO. Derby, & Ann Briler, aged 22 . . 26 Nov. ,,

William Hunt, labourer, aged 55, w., & Mary

Baguley, aged 55, w. . . • • 5 Jan. 1790

John Towe, carpenter, aged 26, & Catharine

Hill, aged 30 . . . . . . 24 Aug. ,,

Richard Cooper, labourer, aged 38, w., & Ann

Woodward, aged 24, lie. . . • • 25 Nov. „

William Wood, farmer, aged 29, of the
Church Parish of Elston, & Eliza-
beth Gilbert, aged 21 .. •• 17 Feb. 1791

John Rhodes, miller, aged 26, & Mary Flear,

aged 23 . . . . . . . . 7 June „



86 Nottinghamshire Parish Registers. [1791

George Stephenson, farmer, aged 28, & Mary

Shepherd [signed "Shepard"], aged 21 29 Dec. 1791
Richard Copley, butcher, aged 28, & Alice

Camm, aged 25 .. .. .. 7 Feb. 1792

Joseph Copley, farmer, aged 21, & Elizabeth

Priest, aged 25, lie. . . . . i Mar. „

William Barke, servant, aged 21, p. of Flint-
ham, & Rebecca Padgett, aged 21 . . 24 Dec. ,,
Thomas Baguley, servant, aged 24, & Mary

Shepherds, aged 43, w. .. .. 24 Jan. 1793

John M erring, shoemaker, aged 24, & Alice

Porter, aged 24 . . . . . . 14 May „

Richard Wood, shoemaker, aged 28, & Alice

Pearson, aged 36, w., lie. . . . . 24 Oct. „

William Clifton, servant, aged 20, & Ann

Hodgkinson, aged 20, with the consent

of their parents, George Hodgkinson &

Thomas Clifton . . . . • • 25 Nov. „

John Fignal, servant, aged 22, & Elizabeth

Cob, aged 21 .. .. ••27 Nov. „

John Brockton, farmer, aged 34, of the Chapel

Parish of Elston, & Mary Read, aged

24, tie. . . . . . . . . 26 Dec. „

Samuel Padgett, w., labourer, aged 28, &

Sarah Leaper, aged 23 .. .. 2 June 1794

William Weightman, aged 22, servant, &

Rebecca Cuckson, aged 26 . . . . 25 Nov. ,,

John Dawson, aged 29, w., labourer, &

Hannah Smith, aged 22 .. .. 3 Aug. 1795

Benjamin Cutler, aged 19, & Anne Pacy, aged

19, with the consent of Esther Cutler,

w. (mother of Benjamin Cutler), of

p. of St. Martin's, Leicester, & Thomas

Pacy, father of the said Anne Pacy, lie. 2 1 Sept. „
William Drayton, aged 25 years, servant, &

Abigail Cooper, aged 25 years . . 17 Mar. 1796

Thomas Seamer, aged ^^ years, labourer, &

Hannah Moore, aged 23 years . . 25 Aug. „

Thomas Vickers, aged 21, servant, & Mary

Ward, aged 21 . . . , . . 22 Nov. ,,



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East Stoke Marriag-es.



87



George Wakefield, aged 27, & Rebeccah

Barnard, aged 21, lie.
William Gretton, aged 23, servant, & Sarah

Hooton, aged 22 . .
Samuel Bark, aged 21, servant, & Sarah

Newstead, aged 22
John Clark, of Park Leys, co. Nott, aged 25,

farmer, & Ann Hall, aged 24, lie.
Richard Crosby, of E. S., aged 38, w., black-
smith, & Mary White, p. of Tuxford,

aged 30, w., he.
William Girton, aged 43, w., schoolmaster,

Mary Marchant, aged 26
John Cupit, aged 23, tailor, & Mary Emmens

aged 21..
William Bonser, of E. S., aged 26, & Ann

Page, p. of Barnby, aged 27
Thomas Bark, aged 24, & Sarah Gee, aged 2
William Bonser & Elizabeth Fernihough
Anthony Snell & Sarah Paget
Francis Asher & Sarah Holies [Hollis]
Thomas Bark & Catherine Lightfoot
William Webster & Sarah Hand
James Key, p. of Maplebeck, & Mary Fryer, lie.
Robert Mellows, of Fiskerton, p. of Rollestone

& Sarah Webster . .
William Gee & Ann Hunt. .
Thomas Aulsebrook, p. of Newark, & Ann

Hardy
George Marshall Atkin, p. of N. Muskham, &

Melicent Pacy
Richard Ulyet, p. of Sutton-Ashfield, & Eliz

abeth Horspool
John Sanderson & Mary Paggett . .



Volume IV.
William Lamb, p. of Syerston, & Elizabeth

Hart, w.
Peter Gee & Elizabeth Hunt, lie. . .
Samuel Bark & Hester Parker



20 Apr. 1797

27 Nov. ,,

28 Nov. „
30 Nov. ,

12 June 1798
25 Sept. „
17 Dec. „

5 Feb. 1799

11 Feb. ,,

8 Dec. 1800

12 Jan. 1 80 1
24 Sept. „

21 Sept. 1802
3 Jan. 1803

17 June „

13 Dec. 1804
27 Dec. ,,

23 May 1805

13 June „

22 July „
19 Aug. „



21 July 1806
20 Oct. „
24 Nov. ,,



88 Nottinghamshire Parish Registers. [1812

John Rawson, p. of Barton, co. Nottingham,

& AHce Spafford, w., he. . . . . 19 Apr. 1809

Joseph Cookson & Hannah Dakin . . 28 Aug. „

William Saunderson & Sophia Savage . . 7 Nov. ,,

John Hall & Elizabeth Read, lie. . . • • 25 Nov. „

Thomas Pacy & Sarah Gilbert, lie. . . . . 6 Jan. 18 to
William Moss & Mary Dickenson, both of

Elston Chapelry, p. of E. S., lie. . . 29 Nov. ,,
John Singleton, of Park Leays, extra parochial,

& Mary Tye . . . . . . 6 Dec. „

William Stanfield, p. of Straggle-Thorp, &

Elizabeth Shepard .. .. .. 1 1 July 181 1

Samuel Hollingworth, p. of Screveton, &

Frances Butterworth, //c. .. .. 12 Dec. „

John Minkley & Mary Harrison . . • • 31 Dec. ,,

Richard Gilbert & Mary Bennett, lie. . . 20 Aug. 181 2



Marriage in the

Chapel of Newark Castle,

1588.

"Memorandu that on monday being the xiii'" daye of

[January]*
in the yeare of our Lord 15S8 and in the xxxi"^ [year]*
of her maiestie's Raygne Wilhn Sicill Esquye[r]
Sonne and heyre apparent of the right worshipfull
Thomas Sicill, knight, and Elizabeth Ladie Ros
daughter of the right honourable Edward late Ear[l]
of Rutland, were by and w'" the free consentes of
theyr parents, viz. of the sayd S"" Thomas Sicill
knight, and of the right honourable Isabell Countesse
of Rutland lawfully marryed together in the Chap-
pell of the Castle of Newarke of the pishe of
Stoke, by Samuel flleminge, clarke, pson of the pishe
churche of Botesford in the countie of Leicester
in the presence of these psons whose names are here
under written.

Edward

t[M"-] Mary Manners Mathew

t[M'^''-] ffrauncis Holcroft, Gent William Rowse

■f[U''-] An Hoydon Thomas Hood

f[M'-] W™- Harrison John Wilkinson

t^M-^-] Andrew H Abell byrch

t[M-] Lazinbye Bartell Bel . . .

t[M'-] John fuleter .... Robyns

Willia Scroope
Robert Abdell
John Lawton
John M . . .
John John . . .
Raulf ....

* These two words, which have been torn away from this page, are
suppHed from an i8th centurj' transcript of it on the preceding page
of the Register.

t The titles "Master" and "Mistress" have evidently been added
by another hand.



90 Nottinghainshire Parish Registers.



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Richard



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know all



Note.— Newark Castle, with certain lands near it, being situate in the
parish of East Stoke, this entry occurs on p. 1 1 of the registers of
that place. We know that in the i2th century the chapel in
Newark Castle was dedicated to the Apostles Philip and James,
for King Henry II confirmed the grant of it by Robert, Bishop
of Lincoln, to the priory of St. Katherine at Lincoln. In all pro-
bability this was the same chapel.

The interesting marriage entry, on the preceding page, which is
printed verbatim from the original, has been reproduced in
photographic facsimile as a frontispiece to this present volume.

The Castle of Newark was the property of the Crown, and, as
such, was, during the i6th and 17th centuries leased as a residence
to various successive families. Sir Francis Leeke, of Sutton Scars-
dale, held it by a 21 years' lease from 25 June 1560, and on expiration
of this lease it was (14 Feb. 1581) granted to the Earl ot Rutland,
the Countess, hiswite, and Elizabeth her daughter, for the term of
their three lives. Hence the reason for Elizabeth's marriage taking
place in the Castle Chapel. On 27 May 1591, Queen Elizabeth
granted to William Cecil, afterwards 3rd Lord Burleigh and 2nd
Earl of Exeter, Elizabeth, Lady Roos, his wife, and William Cecil
their son, for terms of their lives and the longest living ot them
successively, the " Castle Close," of Newark, in the parish of Stoke,
together with other lands. On the i8th of the same month the
Queen had granted the fishing of Besthorpe to Isabel, Countess of
Rutland, William, afterwards 3rd Lord Burleigh, and William
Lord Roos, his son, on the same terms ; and on the 19th Nov. in
the same year she leased to the same persons and for the
same period certain tenements in Newark. On the nth July
1620 all the persons mentioned in the above leases, with the
exception of William, Lord Burleigh, afterwards 2nd Earl of Exeter,
being dead, the Castle of Newark, together with the fishing of
Besthorpe, the Manor of Balderton, and all the tenements at
Newark, etc., held by him were granted by Prince Charles (to
whom they had been given by King James) to Sir Thomas Howard
and his sons Thomas and Charles, on a lease of 90 years from the
death of the said William, Lord Burleigh (afterwards 2nd Earl of
Exeter).
The annexed pedigree will better fix the personalities of the in-
dividuals concerned in this Marriage.
Samuel Fleming, the officiating priest, was Rector of Bottesford
from 1581 to 1620. He was a great benefactor to the parish,
founding an almshouse and building a bridge near the churchyard,
which still remains.

Thomas M. Blagg.



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Marriages in Elston Cliapel,

1584 to 1814.



Note. — Certain lands and houses within the lordship of Elston, many of
them quite detached and isolated pieces of ground, formerly con-
stituted " the Chapelry of Elston in the Parish of East Stoke."
For the convenience of the inhabitants of these houses an old
stone chapel stands in a grass field at the north-east angle of
Elston village. Tradition says that at one time it stood at Stoke,
near the spot now occupied by the Vicarage there, and this
appears to be borne out by the occurrence of fragments of mould-
ings and carved stone in the wall of the present fabric, which
were apparently incorporated in the structure when the
walls were re-built. Further, the date 1577 occurs on a stone
over the east window, and again inside the chapel on the north
wall, near by the pulpit, and as this date is necessarily something
like 400 years later than the fine twelfth century doorway, with
its Norman arch and zigzag moulding, it is very probably the date
at which the Chapel was removed and rebuilt. There are frag-
ments of stained glass in the upper panes ot several of the
windows, but none of it armorial, so far as the writer could dis-
tinguish. There is a bell-cote in the western gable containing
one bell, plain and uninscribed ; a toothless-looking gap shows
where a second hung, but the villagers say that it was cracked,
and so sold by the Chapel-wardens for old metal. The Filling-
ham family of Syerston own some land in the parish, tor
which they are supposed to keep the chancel of the Chapel
in repair, and a square pew opposite the pulpit is assigned to
them. A board on the choir-loft commemorates a charity left by
a Sumner, which is still administered by the Rector of Elston
and the two Chapel-wardens. Services were formerly held here
by the Vicars of Stoke, in whose parish the Chapelry
was situate, but about 1870 arrangements were made by
which it was amalgamated with the parish of Elston, and the
glebe assigned to the Rector of All Saints, and though services
were held there for a little while, they have been long discon-
tinued and the ancient building is now shut up. Chapel-
wardens are still appointed, and the rent derived from the field
in which the building stands more than suffices to keep it
weather-tight and clean. The burials entered in its Registers
took place at Stoke, except when the churchyard of Elston is



94 Nottinghamshire Parish Registers. [1584

particularly specified. The following is a description of the
Chapel Registers : —
Vol. I apparently consists of several books bound together in one
cover. Several of the parts are loose. The whole volume
has 52 leaves of parchment, measuring from 8|in. by 6|in.
to lo^in. by 7in. It contains entries of Baptisms and Marriages
irom 1584 to 1722, and Burials from 1585 to 1722. The entries
previous to 1630 are in Latin.
Vol. II consists of 36 leaves of parchment, measuring i4-|in. by 6|in.,
in an old smooth calf binding. It contains entries of Baptisms
from 1722 to 1814, Marriages 1722 to 1753, and Burials from 1722
to 1725, and two Burials in 1727, viz., Anthony Footit, parish
clerk, on April 26, and Mrs. Anne Lindsay, widow, on Feb. 24,
(1727-8), and one in 1741, that of Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas and
Elizabeth Sumner on Dec. 20th. As the writer was unable to
hear anything of a volume containing burials from the chapel
parish from 1725 to 1812, it is possible that, as the burials took
place at Stoke, they are entered in the registers of that place.
From 1777 to 1798 the grandparents of the children baptized on
both the father's and mother's side, with their occupations and
places of residence, are entered, whenever known, and this com-
mendable practice was followed at Syerston, East Stoke and
Coddington during the same period— all these livings being held
by one man.
Vol. Ill is a quarto book in parchment boards containing

Marriages from 1755 to 18 14.
Vols. I and II are kept by the Rector of All Saints, Elston,
the Rev. J. D. Ouvry; but Vol. Ill remains in the custody
of the Vicar of Stoke, the Rev. A. W. Bailey, and it is to these
gentlemen that we are indebted for permission to transcribe the
Marriages.

Volume I.

John Smith & Elizabeth Willson

John Bright & Margaret Tomson

Robert Jacson & Jane Clemence

Edward Craisdale & Joan Adkins

Wilham Bagguley & AHce PhiUips

John Arnol & Katherine Knight, w.

Wilham Howet & Isabel Forde, w.

Edmund Robinson & Isabell Arnoll

Thomas Hunter & Elizabeth Hodgkinson

Thomas Trowman & Margery Selbye

Robert Willson & Joan Hall

Anthony Pyper & Mary Pye

William Greenleaf & Mary Jackson



T. M. Blagg.


2 May


1584


12 Oct


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30 June


1586


19 Nov.


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14 Apr.


1589


13 Oct.


M


5 Feb.


M


31 Jan.


I59I


19 Nov.


1592


25 Nov.


M


10 Dec.


)>


13 May


1593


12 May


1594



1619] Elston Chapel Marriages. 95

Adam Dawley & Joan Tompson

Thomas Fisher & Ahce Gamble

Stephen Person & Katherlne Shipman

John Uavvley & EHzabeth Feryman

John Bostock & Faith [" Fidcs^^\ Elston

John Dickinson & Elizabeth Warde

John Jackson & Joan Howet

Robert Hodgkinson & Elizabeth Corneborowe

Richard Good & Agnes Ragsdale . .

George Shacros & Agnes Tompson

John Malham & Katherine [blank]

Robert Snowden, Doctor of Divinity, & Abi-
gail Orme

William Hollingworth & Agnes Feryman

Adam Sutton & Anne Carrinton

George Slater, gent., & Katherine Arnoll,
gentlewoman

Richard Drumhead & Joan Dawley

Edward Brasenet* & Catherine Hopwell

John Dubbelldaye & Elizabeth Tompson

John Elston & Katherine Revell

Stephen Peerson & Mary Hollinworth

Thomas Rawlingson & Jane Lambe

Christopher Heare & Isabell Bostock

William Whalehead & Elizabeth Wright . .

John Dorill & Isabell Martrem

John Fossbeard & Katherine Bagguley

Richard Elston & Anne Bagguley . .

Robert Hollinworth & Dorothy Mercer

Edward Merywether & Dorothy Drewrye . .

George Shacrosse & Anne Sutton . .

\_No entries of any description are forthcoming for the years

161 5 and 1616, but a few entries for 1617-19 are to be found

on the first page of this volume^ and the next two marriages are

extracted from among them.'\

William Clarke & Mary Holinworth . . 30 Nov. 161 7

Mathew Bradshaw & Mary Gamble . . 9 Dec. „

Richard Shacross & Alice Blackamore . . 22 May 16 19

* hi the Baptisms this surname is mostly shortened into " Brazen."



18 Nov.


1595


23 Nov.




26 Jan.


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16 Nov.


1596


22 Nov.


M


23 Feb.


1597


9 July


1598


13 Aug.


M


28 Nov.


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28 Jan.


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29 Nov.


1599


23 Dec.





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1600


14 Feb.


I 60 I


9 Nov.


1602


13 Feb.


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3 Oct,


1603


17 June


1604


26 Nov.


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29 Nov.


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23 Nov.


1606


14 Aug.


1609


6 Dec.


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10 May


I6IO


8 Oct.


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29 Nov.




13 Aug.


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24 Nov.


1612


23 July


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Nottinghamshire Parish Registers. [1620



John Holleley & Katherine Weare
William Welles & Anne Custance . .
Robert Ward & Elizabeth Gamble
William Gie «& Ann Wright
Richard Burton & Alice Bullard
Edward Billing «& Elizabeth Hollingworth
Richard Machine & Jezebell Blackmore
Nicholas Taylour & Margaret Baguley
Richard Bromhead & Margery Crookedicke
Edward Whitwand & Mary Harrap
Stephen Wright & Anne Finielle . .
John Mason & Mary Bacar
Christopher Clarke & Anne Elston
John Rowbotham & Francis Whalhead
Robert Custance & Mary Dubblday
Richard Harrope & Joan Archer
Thomas Robinson & Mary Marttin
William Fisher & Anne Clarke
Edward Symmonds & Elizabeth Drurey
Nicholas Morris & Frances Whalehead
Robert Swallow & Alice Hollingworth
Robert Custance & Elizabeth Hodgkinson
Robert Bostocke & Alice East
William Pecy* & Katherine Hodgkinson

\At this place another vohtiiie, consisting of 12 leaves measur-
ing 8| by 6| inches, really commences, but as this and other
sections are all bound together in one half cover they are here
treated together as one volume only.]

tFear Pacie & Elizabeth Mery wether .. — Nov 1643

John Duns & Frances Shacroft . . . . 15 Feb.

Gilbert Ward & Barbara Carrington . . 19 July

Thomas Sadler & Anne Fisher . . . . 21 Nov.

Robert Elston & Elizabeth Watson . . 26 Nov.

Robert Aslin & Katherine Pacie . . . . 26 Nov.



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1620


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3 Nov.


1622


. . 28 Feb.


1624


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1625


. . 5 May


163I


.. 21 July


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1632


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20 June


1^33


. . II Jan.


1634


. . 14 July


1635


. . 2 Feb.


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. . 16 Feb.


1636


15 May


1637


.. 17 Jan.


1638


• • 15 July


1639


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4 May


1640


. . 26 Nov.


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4 Nov.


1641


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1643
1644



* In the Baptismal entries spelt "Pacye".

t At the entry of the burial of his second wife (Faith) in 1662, and in
that of himself in 1679, his name is given in full as " Fearever," but here
in his marriage and in the baptisms ot his children it is given as " Fear"
only.



1687]



Elston Chapel Marriages.



97



24 Apr. 1645

3 Aug. „
22 Dec. 1646

II June 1648



12 May 1649

15 June 1650
14 Nov. „



1651
1652



John Hodgkin, of the Chapelry of E., &

Katherine AstHn, of Morton
Richard Harriman & Elizabeth Walker
Henry Casson & Mary Merriwether

^^ No Marriages this ye are 1647".
Lawrence Marshall & Anne Drurye
William Ragsdale, of Claypole in the county

of Lincoln, and Isabel Wood, of the

same county
John Richmond, of Thorpe, & Susanna Phage,

of Stoke
Francis Walker, of Stoke, & Anne Cauver . .
Thomas Day, of Foston, co. Line, & Jane

Whetwand
Gabriel Key, of Sierston, & Anne Waring . .
Edward Bartles & Hannah Langley
John Hubbard, of Claypole, co. Line, & Eliza-
beth Fiddin, of Flintham
Robert Hollingworth & Anne Mason, both of

Syerston . .

[There are no entries of Marriages in this vohime between
1652 and 1665, though the entries of Baptisms and Burials arc
as complete and numerous as in other years ?[
John Bromet & Anne Long
Stephen Wright & Jane Pearson . .
Simon Cont & Grace Ragge
Richard Courtess & Elizabeth Vincent
Richard Fidden & Elizabeth Noble, both

Syerston . .
John Walker & Elizabeth Elston
George Harriman & Mary Campian
George Porter & Elizabeth Blackamore
Richard Hopkinson & Mary Dowsit
Richard Goatby & Margaret Kitchen
Richard Alcock & Anne Wright
Thomas Sumner & Rachell Blackamore
Richard Pacey & Elizabeth Wright
Anthony Foottit & Anne Marret
Mordecai Hilton & Ellen Trewman
William Blackamore & Anne Harston
Notts.— III.



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14 Nov.

2 Dec.

27 Oct.

26 Jan.

17 Feb.



27 July
2 Dec.
6 Feb.

15 Jan.



1665



1666



1667



17 Apr.
21 Nov.
29 Apr.

6 Apr.

18 Apr.

7 Feb.
16 Nov.
20 Nov. 1684

4 Nov. 1 686
25 Nov. „
16 Jan. „

8 June 1687

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1678
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Richard Sumner & Elizabeth Cragg
Mordecai Prat, labourer, of Coddington, &

Anne Bell
Richard Bayly, tailor, of Bottesford, & Mary

Casson
John Wright, yeoman, p. Stoke, & Bridgett

Thekor


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