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CONTENTS. 

Names   of   Subscribers    . .             . .             . .  . .             . .             . .               i 

Forewords  . .             . .             . .             . .             , .  , .             . ,                    iii 

Books   Relating   to   Canterbury,    by  J.  M.  C.  . .             . .            vii 

Explanation   of   Abbreviations           . .             . .  . .             . .                  viii 

T?     Marriage   Allegations    . .             . .             . .  . .             , .             . ,               i 

Index   of   Matches — Females               . .             .  .  . .             . .                 1 1 1 5 

Index   of   Stray   Names..             ..             ..  ..             ..             ..         1153 

Index   of   Places   beyond   the   County   of   Kent         ..  ..                 1204 

Index   of   Trades   and    Professions           ..  ..             ..             ..         1206 


NAMES     OF     SUBSCRIBERS. 


Copie 
Amherst,  of  Hackney,  The  Right  Hon.  Lord.     <?,  Grosvenor  Square,  W. 

Payne-Smith,  The  Very  Reverend,  Robert,  D.D.,  Dean  of  Canterbury 

Cust,  The  Lady  Ehzabeth.     /  7,  Ecdestoii  Square,  S.  W. 

Grace,  Mrs.  INI.  P.     70,  Belgrave  Square,  S.W. 

Anderson,  Alderman  J.  A.     Hillside  House,  Faversham 

Athill,  Charles  H.,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     Richmond  Herald.     Colltge  of  Anns,  B.C.    .  . 

Bottle,  Alexander,  Esq.     4,  Godivyne  Road,  Dover  . . 

Boyle,  Colonel  the  Hon.  Robert  P>.     0,  Stunner  Terrace,  Onslo'cu  Square,  S.W.    .  . 

British  Museum,  l"he.     London  . . 

Brown,  James  Roberts,  Esq.     7,  Trei^unler  Road,  Kensington,  S.  W. 

Browing,  Arthur  Giraud,  Esq.,  P\S.A.     Spencer  Lodge,  Wandsivorth  Common,  S.  W. 

Canterbury  Corporation  Library.     Canterbury 

Central  Library,  The.     Syracuse,  N.Y.,  U.S.A. 

Chapman,  H.  Mapleton,  Esq.     6".  Martin  s  Priory,  Canterbury 

Clark,  George  'P.,  Esq.     Talygarn,  Llantrissent  {cjo  Messrs.  Hy.  Sotheran  and  Co., 
London 

Cokayne,   George   Edward,    Esq.,    F.S.A.     Norroy  King    of   Arms.     College   of 
Arms,  E.C. 

Crisp,  Fred  A.,  Esq.     Grove  Park,  Denmark  Hill,  S.L'. 

CuUeton,  Leo.,  Esq.     -'5,  Cranbourn  Street,  W.C.   .  . 

Dawes,  Sir  Edwyn  Sandys,  K.C.RLG.     Mount  Ephraim,  Hernhill,  Faversham    . . 

Duncan,  Leiand  Lewis,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     Rosslair,  Lingard's  Road,  L^ewishani,  S.E. 

Foster,  Joseph,  Esq.,  M.A.  Oxon.     Ji,  Boundary  Road,  N.W. 

Fry,  George  S.,  Esq.     Ccedmon,  Albert  Road,   Walthamstow    . . 

Gibbs,  Henry  Hucks,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     Aldenham  House,  Elstree,  Herts.    . . 

Goodwin,  The  Rev.  Leslie  E.,  M.A.     Aldington  Rectory,  Hythe 

Griffin,  Herbert  J.,  Esq.     Iquique,  Chili    .  , 

Heaton,  John  Henniker,  Esq.,  M.P.     jC,  Eaton  Square,  S.W. 

Henniker-Gotley,  The  Rev.  George.     Gtvve  House,  Wtin,  Salop 

Hovenden,  Robert,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     Park  Hill  Road,  Croydon  . . 

Kent  Archaeological  Society,  The.     Maidstone 

Langley,  A.  F.,  Esq.     Golding,  Peterston  super  Ely,  Cardiff   . . 

Lea,  J.  Henry,  Esq.     Cedarhurst,  Fairhaveti,  Mass.,   U.S.A.  {cjo  Messrs.  B/oivn, 
fatison  aud  Co.,  ^2,  Abchurch  Lane,  E.C.) 

Lockett,  Cyril,  Esq.     Alexandra  Drive,  Liverpool     . . 

^laddison,  Rev.  A.  R.,  ALA.,  F.S.A.      Vicars'  Court,  Lincoln 


11  CANTERBURY    MARRIAGE    LICENCES. 

Copies 
Marshnll,    George   William,    Esq.,    L.L.D.,    F.S.A.,    Rouge    Croi.\.     College   of 

Arms,  E.C.    . . 
Marsham,    The    Hon.     Robert,    M.A.,     F.S.A.,    F.(i.S.      5,    Chesterfield    Street 

Mayfair,  W.  .  .  '. 

Mason,  Charles  A.  J.,  Esq.     jq,  Emperor's  Gate,  S.  W. 
May,  Sam.  P..  Esq.     :?yj,  Centre  Street,  Newton,  Mass.,  U.S.A. 
Mercer,  William  John,  Esq.     /.?,  Marine  Parade,  Maigate     . . 
Moens,  William  John  Charles,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     Tweed,  Lymington,  Hampshire 
Morin,  Alex.,  Esq.     High  Holborn,   W.C.  .  . 

Munch",  lizekiel  W.,  Esq.      Central  Library,  Syracuse,  NtW  York,  U.S.A. 
New  England  Historic  Genealogical  Society.     iS,  Somerset  Street,  Boston,  Mass. 
"  U.S.A.,  per  John  Ward  Dean,  Esq.,  Librarian 

Nicholls,  J.  Mayne,  Esq.     _'',  Woodhouse  Terrace,  Falmouth 

Oliver,  Vere  L.,  Esq.      Whitmore  Lodge,  Sunninghill 

Pembroke,  George  P.  A.,  Esq.     //,  King's  Bench  Walk,  Inner  Temple,  E.C. 

Scott-Gatty,  A.  S.,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     York  Herald.     College  of  Arms,   E.C. 

Smith,  Major-General  W.  H.     u,  St.  Geoiges  Square,  Primrose  Hill,  N.W. 

Thornton,  Major-General  H.  T.     Junior  United  Service  Club,  and ^j,  St.  Gear 

Place,  Canterbury 
Tritton,  J.  H.,  Esq.     jV,  Lombard  Street,  E.C. 

Unwin,  George,  Esq.     Chilworth,  Surrey,  and  24,  Pilgrim  Street,  E.C. 
Venn,  Dr.  John.     Caius  College,  Cambridge 
Welch,  Charles,  Esq.,  F.S.A.     For  the  Library  of  the  Corporation  of  London 

Guildhall,  E.C. 
Wilkic,  Rev.  Christopher  Hales,  M.A.     Kingslojie  Rectory,  Canterbury 
Woods,   Sir  Albert  William,   K.C.RLG.,   C.B.,   F.S.A.     Garter  King  of  Arms 

College  of  Arms,  E.C.    .. 


FOREWORDS. 


Tlie  First  Series  of  these  Marriage  Licences,  issued  two  years  ago,  brought 
the  work  to  the  end  of  the  year  1618  ;  this  Series  closes  on  March  24,  1 660-1. 
The  two  series  thus  cover  a  period  of  ninety-three  3'ears,  and  contain  about  18,000 
Marriage  Allegations.  If  the  Allegations  in  this  volume  are  compared  with  those 
in  the  former,  it  will  be  seen  that  they  give  much  more  information,  and  that 
they  are,  consequently,  very  much  longer.  I  could,  it  is  true,  have  made  my 
entries  shorter  by  eliminating  many  details,  but  every  elimination  would  have  meant 
the  suppression  of  some  useful  or  interesting  matter.  I  might,  for  instance,  have 
omitted  all  reference  to  wedding  dinners,  wedding  drinkings,  wedding  courtesies  ; 
the  foul  ways  which  prevented  the  interested  parties  from  getting  to  Canterbury ;  and 
the  reasons  which  induced  persons,  bent  on  matrimon\',  to  prefer  a  particular 
church  in  which  to  be  married.  But  then  1  should  ha^■e  left  all  the  amusement 
out  of  the  book,  and  deprived  my  readers  of  the  good  (and  bad)  stories  it  contains, 
and  so  have  reduced  it  to  a  "  proper "  and  dry-as-dust  condition.  I  might,  too, 
have  omitted  thousands  of  the  "  stray  names  ;  "  but  instead,  and  notwithstanding 
the  labour  involved,  I  have  endeavoured  to  give  the  whole  of  them,  in  the  hope 
that  they  may  add  to  the  usefulness  of  the  work  ;  for  they  frequently  give  a  clue 
to  the  parishes  in  which  families  bearing  the  same  name  may  be  looked  for.  It 
may  also  be  noted  that,  whatever  may  be  the  value  of  the  information  here  given, 
that  information  is  not  limited  to  the  County  of  Kent.  A  reference  to  the  third 
Index  will  show  that  places  as  far  apart  as  Edinburgh  and  the  Isle  of  Wight, 
Lincoln  and  Holland,  and  Bristol  and  Calais,  are  represented,  while  the  references 
to  London  arc  numerous. 

It  is  necessary  to  draw  attention  to  certain  deficiencies  in  this  Series.  In 
June,  1627,  four  pages  of  Allegations  are  missing.  These  pages  probably  contained 
ten  entries  ;  eight  or  nine  of  these  I  have  supplied  from  various  jjarish  registers, 
to  each  one  so  supplied,  I  have  added  a  note.  In  1643  there  is  a  more  serious 
gap,  which  will  be  best  explained  by  giving  William  Somner's  own  account  of  it. 
On  fol.  192,  Vol.  O.,  he  wrote  : — 

"  M"^  that  by  reason  of  the  distraining  and  seizing  of  this  amongst  other 
book's  belonging  to  the  oflice  for  non  payment  of  a  certaine  Sesse  imposed 
on  the  Registers,  by  vertue  of  an  ordinance  of  Parliament,*  the  Licences 
happening  from  and  after  these  last  menc'oned  vntill  the  xiiijth  of  October 

*  The  reader  should  consult  "The  Journals  of  the  House  of  Commons,"  April   14,    1643. 


IV  CANTF.RTiURV     MARRIAGK     LICKNCES. 

then  next  following,  were  entered  and  recorded  in  a  certaine  small  paper  hooke 
made  for  that  pur])ose  and  couered  w*''  ]iarchm*,  wliere  they  may  be  found  by 
the  helpe  of  an  Index  at  the  end  thereof.         W :   Somner." 

The  number  of  Allegations  lost  (so  far)  b}'  this  curious  and  untoward  event  is 
about  seventy,  of  which  I  have  recovered  from  registers  twenty-three.  I  need 
hardly  say  I  have  made  diligent  search  for  the  "  certaine  small  paper  booke  "  in 
every  place  accessible  to  me  ;  but  there  is  one  place  which,  owing  to  my  absence 
from  home  on  the  two  da}-s  in  each  week  on  which  the  Cathedral  Library  is  open, 
I  have  not  searched.  I  refer  to  tlie  room  in  which  William  Somner's  manuscripts 
are  kept. 

In  1640  there  is  another  gap.  The  six  lea\-es  following  leaf  69  of  Vol.  P.  have 
disappeared.  They  were  probably  lost  when  the  volume  was  bound  or  re-bound, 
for  the  edges  of  the  book  have  been  cut.  According  to  the  Index  the  six  leaves 
contained  34  allegations,  ol  which  I  ha\e  recovered  17  from  parish  registers;  that 
is  to  say,  I  have  found  17  marriages  which  followed  the  making  of  the  lost  allega- 
tions. Such  as  I  have  not  succeeded  in  tracing  will  be  found  under  the  names  as 
they  stand  in  the  Index  to  Vol.  P.     {See  Barham  et  Dawson,  col.  60.) 

Then  there  is  the  period  between  July  30,  1646,  and  August  17,  1660.  Here 
there  is  nothing  to  recover,  for  the  simple  reason  that  the  functions  of  Archbishops, 
Archdeacons,  and  Registrars,  as  well  as  the  issue  of  Marriage  Licences,  were 
suspended.  It  is  useless  to  lament  over  what  is  lost :  it  is  well  to  be  thankful  for 
what  we  have  left.  And  surely  we  have  special  reasons  for  being  thankful,  first, 
that  William  Somner  recovered  his  books  from  the  hands  of  the  tax  collector,  and, 
second,  that  Somner,  or  some  person  of  a  like  mind,  managed  to  preserve  the  books 
during  the  perilous  years  1646  to  1660.-'^ 

And  here,  before  I  finally  dismiss  this  list  of  what  is  missing,  I  must  confess 
to  two  omissions  of  my  own,  and  ask  the  reader  to  supply  them,  (i)  To  the 
allegation  made  by  Thomas  [enkcn  of  Westh^'the  (col.  548),  add  "  At  S.  George's, 
Cant."  (2)  To  that  made  by  Thomas  Parramore  of  Waltham  (col.  740),  add  "At 
S.  Martin's,  Cant." 

Of  what  I  may  call  uncommon  Christian  names  but  few  will  be  found  in  this 
volume,  and  of  names  which  may  be  styled  uncouth  fewer  still.  Such  names  as 
Faith,  Hope,  Charity,  Mercy,  Prudence,  Patience,  and  Pleasant,  have  generally  been 
more  or  less  popular,  and  the  Puritans  certainly  had  no  monopoly  of  these,  any 
more  than  they  had  of  the  names  of  Patriarchs,  Prophets,  Evangelists,  Apostles, 
and  other  Biblical  characters.  Now  and  then  a  scriptural  name  certainly  has  an 
odd  look,  but  that  is  about  all.  Of  these  unusual  names  I  quote  the  following  : — 
Abdias  Pownoll,  Abovehope  Sharpie,  Alveridus  Hills,  Appia  Pyend,  Atherie  Straine, 
Avarus  Mount,  Bashia  Sharpie,  Barsheba  Betts,  Bethulia  Pierce,  Booz  Parker  (feyn.), 
Bruno  Disbro,  Cassamera  Mathews,  Dccmos  Goldie,  Egidia  Tasseels,  Elisan  Day, 
Emblem  Wright,  Fortunatus  Gray,  Fortune  Downe,  Freegift  Boorne,  Godly 
*  The  Noncomformists  of  Canterbury  did  not  take  formal  possession  of  the  Cathedral  until  the  sth 

day  of  the  5th  month,  1650.     Sec  Minute  Book,  Guildhall  Street  Chapel,  Canterbury. 


FOREWORDS.  V 

.  Edwardes,  Godward  Freeman,  Hopostill  TiUlfn,  Isa  Kennett,  Jov  Star,  judeos 
Ferrers,  Lezard  (Eleazar)  Day,  Moravia  Taylor,  Xinian  Burrell,  Nisell  Tritton, 
Noneus  Dolman,  Obedience  Cruttenden,  Persis  Taylor,  Peace  Fowesden,  Please 
vSwinford,  Redeemed  Compton,  Remember  Death  Comper,  Remembrance  Smith, 
Repent  Clarke,  Repentance  Garrett,  Rosania  Sayer,  Sacra  Hutchcn,  Surctriist 
^^'illiams,  Synollus  Bell,  Temperance  Huntlc}-,  Tremor  Allam,  Triih-  Jones, 
Zutphania  Clive. 

I  have  included  Alveridus  in  the  above  list,  as  I  take  it  to  mean  Alberedus  or 
Aluredus,  the  Latin  form  of  Alfred,  aiul  this  is,  I  belie\e,  the  only  instance  in  which 
I  have  met  with  the  name  in  all  my  researches  among  the  parish  registers,  etc.,  of 
Kent  before  the  year  1801.  The  list  includes  the  names  Repent  and  Repentance, 
and  this  induces  me  to  say  a  few  words  on  the  curiously  suggestive  names  which 
were. often  bestowed  on  illegitimate  children.  For  these  the  minister  was,  I  imagine, 
responsible  ;  for  one  mother  brought  such  a  child  to  be  baptized,  and  it  was  named 
Lament.  In  due  course  she  brought  another,  and  that  was  named  Lament.  When 
she  brought  the  third,  the  parson  seems  to  have  given  licr  up,  for  number  three 
was  christened  Tcrtiits.  At  Eastchurch,  in  1578,  Doubtful  and  Lamentable,  both 
base-born,  were  christened;  at  Headcorn,  about  1570,  Creature;  at  Kingsnorth, 
1609,  Strange  ;  at  Marden,  between  1578  and  1624,  there  were  six  Repents,  and  two 
Repentances;  at  Alilton  near  Sittingbourne,  I  find  Lamentation  and.  Repentance  ; 
At  Minster  in  Sheppy,  Desolate  and  Iphtajih  ;  at  Sturry,  between  1604  and  161 1, 
four  children  were  named  Repentance;  and  at  Kingsdown,  on  Dec.  28,  1581,  was 
baptized  "  Liocent  Day,  sone  of  on  (one)  Day."  All  these  children  are  registered 
as  illegitimate. 

The  following,  culled  from  various  sources,  may,  I  think,  be  accepted  as  of 
Puritanic  origin  :— Asgodwill,  son  of  Anthony  Kingesmvll,  Mcar  of  Milton  near 
Sittingbourne  ;  Attained  Smith,  of  Goudhurst ;  Bethankfull  Cunny,  of  iMarden ; 
Careful  Somersall,  sojourner  in  Fairfield ;  Comfort  Tomkins,  of  Lydd  ;  Consider 
Janson,  of  Goudhurst;  Creata  Gooddin,  of  Kennington ;  Living  Goldsmith,  of 
Hinxhill  ;  Faintnot  ^^'ine,  of  Eastwell  ;  Feare  (}od  Butler,  of  Goudhurst;  Fearnot 
Cressid,  ot  Warehorn ;  Forbade  Bates,  of  ]\Llton  near  Sittingbourne ;  Friendless 
Knott,  of  Harbledown  ;  Honour-the  Lord,  son  of  Abraham  Lorde,  of  Kennino-ton: 
Indued  Ellis,  of  ^lilton  near  Sittingbourne  ;  Increased  Collins,  of  Sittingbourne  : 
Joyous  Eaton,  of  S.  ]Mar3-'s  in  Dover ;  Alorebread  Glover  and  Humilitv  Reyner,  of 
Lydd ;  Morefruit  Ersden,  of  [Marden ;  Nazareth  Ramsdeu,  Nazareth  Maplesden, 
Nazareth  Kinker,  Nazareth  Barber,  Nazareth  Sibley,  and  Nazareth  Bathirst,  all  of 
Goudhurst,  between  1603  and  1634;  Renewed  Stevens,  of  ^Nlarden ;  Serajihin 
Markettman,  of  Lydd  ;  Silence  Turner,  of  Faversham  ;  and  Truthanna  Lintut,  of 
Marden.  Hamlet  Page,  Avho  was  buried  at  Harbledown  in  150:;,  must  not  be 
included  in  any  list  of  Puritan  names ;  while  Sufficient,  the  ieulh  daughter  of  John 
Grimston,  Vicar  of  Lyminge,  grimly  suggests  that  the  good  vicar  thought  his  qui\er 
was  full. 

From  1 66 1  to  1700  the  interest  of  these  Canterbury  Allegations  is  well  main- 
tained.    To  bring  them  to  the  end  of  the  year  1700,  three  more  volumes  will   be 


"\"i  CAN"  n-.Kr,rk\    .MARKrA<;K    i,R;i;xci-,s. 

necessary ;  volumt-s  nf)t  so  bulky  as  this,  Init  larger,  I  Icar,  ihan  ilic  first.  After 
1700  the  Alleviations  are  little  nK.ire  than  a  ilr\  list  ot  names.  Useful  to  the 
gene.alogist,  no  doubt,  but  jtresentins'  nothing  of  sufficient  interest  to  induce  a 
l)rivnte  person  to  embark  on  the  wilil  speculatiim  of  printing  them. 

AT}'  best  thanks  are  again  due  to  the  Riglit  ive\erend  the  Lord  i>isli(i]i  of  Dover, 
uiu>,  as  Archdeacon  of  Canterbury,  has,  as  usual,  afforded  me  <-very  facility  for 
doing  mv  work  with  the  least  inconvenience  to  m\self  ;  also  to  Mr.  .\Ilen  Fielding, 
tlie  Deputv  Registrar,  wlimn  I  ha\'e  tn.uibled  times  without  number,  hut  hav(.'  ne\'er 
^^'earied. 

j.     M.     C'OWPI'.R. 
St.   j\In,DkKD'.s, 

Caxtkrki'rv, 

C/iris/iiiax  Evl,   /Si)/. 


SorkfJ    lUktiufl   to   Cimtcrburjr 


J.     M.     GOWPER 


1.  Our   Parish    Books  nnd  what  Thi^y  Tell  Us.     Holy  Cross.     188-t-a.     2  Vols. 

Canterbury  :  Cross  and  Jacknian. 

2.  Hand-Book   for    Canterbury  nnd   Canterbury   Cathedral.     1886.     Canterbury  : 

Cinder. 

3.  Accounts  of  the  Churchwardens  of  St.  Dunstan's,   M8i-lo8U.     Reprinted  from 

Arch.eolog[a  Canti.wa.     1886. 

4.  The  Registers  of  St.  Dunstan's,  1.0r,9-IS()O.      Privately  Printed,  1887. 

■3.     The  Registers  of  St.  Peter's,  1.060-1800.      Privately  printed,  1888. 

G.     The    Memorial  Inscriptions  in   the   Cliurch   and  Clnirchvard   of   Holy   Cross. 
Privately  printed,  1889. 

7.  The  Registers  of  St.  Alphage,  1-5.)S-1800.     Privately  printed,  1889. 

8.  The  Registers  of  St.  Mary  .Magdalene.  1.559-1800.     Privately  printed,  1890. 

9.  The  Regi.sters  of  St.  George  the  Martyr,   1538-1800.     Privately  printed,  1891. 

10.  Canterbury  Marriage  Licences,  1568-1618  (First  Series).    Privately  printed,  1892. 

11.  The  Registers  of  St.  Paul's,  1562-1800.     Privately  printed,  1893. 

12.  Canterbury  Marriage  Licences,   1619-1660  (Second  Series).     Privately  printed, 

1894. 

NEARLY    READY    FOR    THE     PRESS: 
Canterbury  Marriage  Licences,  1661-1673  (Third  Series). 

The    Monumental    Inscriptions  of    Canterbury    Cathedral,    from    1376  to  the 
present  time,  with  numerous  biographical  notes. 


EXPLANATION 


ABBREVIATIONS 


USED     IX     THIS     VOLUME. 


ba.  =  bachelor. 

bonds.  =  bondsman,  or,  bondsmen. 

Cant.  =  Canterbury. 

Cli.  Ch.  =  Christ  Church  (Canterbury  Cathedral.) 

(1.  =   daug-hter. 

dec.  =  deceased. 

g.  =:  gentleman. 

govt.  =  government. 

husb.  :=  husbandman. 

S.  I\I.  =   St.  :\Iary. 

s.  p.  =  of  the  same  parish,  or,  of  the  same  place. 

spr.  =  spinster. 

V.  =   virgin. 

w.  =    widow. 

widr.  =   widower. 

yeom.  =  yeoman. 


Ciinti:rlntrg  ^arriagi^  girenr^g. 


V 


Abbitt,  John,  of  Wingham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Joan  Cox  of  Great 
Hardres,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Elizabeth 
Cox,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Atwood  of, 
G.  Hardres,  husb.,  and  Thomas  Cox, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds.     Dec.  17,  1639. 

Abbot,  Christopher,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
woolcomber,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Catherine  Merser  of 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  John  Merser,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Jan.  6,  1643. 

Abbot,  Ralph,  of  Bethersden,  clerk,  ba., 
about  44,  and  Joan  Haccomplaint  of 
Ashford,  w.  of  Mr.  James  Haccom- 
plaint, late  of  Egerton,  dec.  At 
A  Ashford  or  Shadoxhurst.   John  Har- 

^         flete    of    Shadoxhurst,    g.,    bonds., 
Jan.  5,  1641. 

Abbott,  Stephen,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Joan  Dog- 
gett  now  or  late  of  S.  Bartholomew's 
Hospital  n.  Sandwich,  w.  of  Robert 
Doggett  of  Birchington,  dec.  At  S. 
Peter's  aforesaid.     Oct.  15,  1622. 

Abbott,  Thomas,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
woolcomber,  ba.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Elizabeth 
Fowle  of  S.  M.  Bredman,  Cant.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  John  Fowle,  s.  p., 
baker,  who  consents.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     June  24,  1643. 

Abraham  (Abram),  Edward,  and  Ann 
Packhenham,  of  Boughton  Blean. 
At  -same.     Dec.  20,  1624. 

Abraham,  Jefifery,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Troward,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20, 
whose  mother,  Mary  Nethersole, 
alias  Troward,  now  wife  of  Richard 
Nethersole,  s.  p.,  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  brother,  Richard 
Troward  of  S.  Lawrence.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Feb.  8,  1625. 


Abraham,  Michael,  of  Egerton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Susan  Nash,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Robert  Nash, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  7  years  since, 
and  now  in  the  govt,  of  Joan  Nash, 
s.  p.,  w.,  her  mother,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  James  Nash,  s.  p., 
husb.,  brother  of  Susan.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Nov.  2,  1620. 

Abraham,  Reginald,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  father, 
Matthew  Abraham,  s.  p.,  consents, 
and  Margaret  Marketman,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At.  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John 
Spencer  senior,  and  John  Spencer 
junior,  of  B.  Blean,  yeomen,  bonds. 
March  11,  1640. 

Abraham,  Thomas,  of  Maidstone,  malt- 
ster, widr.,  about  40,  and  Mary 
Beale,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of  Alex- 
ander Beale,  s.  p.,  cheesemonger, 
dec.  about  3  years  since.  At  same. 
Sept.  14,  1621. 

Acres,  Robert.     &^  Akers. 

Acton,  Lawrence,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Catherine 
Bishop,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John 
Bishop,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Henry  Bishop,  her 
brother.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Dec.  14,  1625. 

Acton,  Richard,  of  Leeds,  clothier,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Mary  Post  of  Maidstone, 
maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  William 
Post,  s.  p.,  cloth-worker,  who  con- 
sents. At  Leeds  or  Maidstone. 
Nov.  30,  1622. 

Acton,  Richard,  of  Leeds,  clothier,  widr., 
about  39,  and  Ann  Fisher  of  Bough- 
ton Monchelsea,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  Langley, 
because  her  mother  is  desirous  to 
have  them  to  be  married  there,  and 
doth  intend  to  accompany  them 
thither.     Jan.  29,  1628. 


CANTERBURY 


4 


Adams,  Alexander,  of  Eastry,  maltman, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Alice  Smith,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Smith,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Nicholas  Adams  of 
Woodnesborough,  husb.  At  Eastry. 
Jan.  25,  1627. 

Adams,  Alfxander,  of  Eastry,  husb., 
\vidr.,  and  Elizabeth  Hayward  of 
Woodnesborough,  v.,  about  27  or  28, 
d.  of  Ellen  Adams,  alias  Hayward, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  her 
husband,  Nicholas  Adams.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.    Dec.  16.  1641. 

Adams,  Andrew,  of  Whitstable,  husb., 
ba.,  about  50,  and  Ann  Stone  of  S. 
Dunstan's,  Cant.,  w.,  about  30,  relict 
of  George  Stone  of  Cosmus  Blean, 
dec.     At  S.  Dunstan's.    Jan.  4,  1619. 

Adams,  Edward,  of  Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  about 
24.  and  Mary  Rumfeild  of  Sts. 
Cosmus  and  Damian,  Blean.  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  John  Rumfeild  of 
Cant.,  tailor,  who  consents.  At  S. 
James's  in  Dover  or  Thanington. 
"Nov.  11,  1640. 

Adams,  George,  of  Bencnden,  and  Ann 
Adams  of  Lenham.  At  Lenham. 
March  14,  1636. 

Adams,  Henry,  of  Hollingbourne.  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Susanna  Hinck- 
ley of  Harrietsham,  v.,  30  and 
upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Deal.  Peter  Osborne  of  Cant., 
ostler,  bonds.     July  3,  1639. 

Adams,  Isaac,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Adams,  consents,  and 
Pllizabrth  Safery,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Vincent  Saferey,  s.  p.,  maltster, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.Clement's  in 
Sandwich.  Edward  Christian  and 
Peter  De  Lanoy,  of  Cant.,  tailors, 
bonds.     Aug.  3,   1642. 

Adams,  John,  of  Maidstone,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Margaret  Post,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  29,  relict  of  Thomas  Post, 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Ian.  17,  1619. 

Adams,  John,  of  Sturry,  carpenter,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Page,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  26,  d.  of  John  Page, 
s.  p.,  dec.  about  10  years  since.  At 
Sturry.     Sept.  25,  1622. 

Adams,  John,  of  Goodnestone  n.  Wing- 
ham,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan 
Creake  of  Ash,  maiden,  about  22,  d. 
of  [blank]  Creake,  dec,  and  now  in 


the  govt,  of  her  molher,  Joan  Creake, 
alias  Jorden,  of  Ash,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  William 
Adams  of  Goodnestone  aforesaid. 
At  Ash.     Nov.  4,  1622. 

Adams,  John,  of  Stone  in  Oxney,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Allen,  s.  p.,  vv. 
of  Henry  Allen,  late  of  Wittersham, 
dec.  At  same.  William  Springeit, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds.     Oct.  16,   1628. 

Adams,  John,  of  Goodnestone  n.  Wing- 
ham,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Falkley  of  P^astry,  w.  of  Thomas 
Falkley,  late  dec.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.  Gabriel  Richardes  of  G.  n. 
Wingham,  g..  bonds.     June  5,  1634. 

*Adams,  John,  of  Hythe,  husb.,  ba , 
about  25,  and  Sylvester  Baker,  s.  p., 
w.  of  James  Baker,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's.  Cant.  William 
Ford  red  of  Hythe,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     Aug.,  19,  1639. 

Adams,  John,  of  Ash,  husb..  ba.,  about 
22,  whose  father,  Thomas  Adams, 
consents,  and  Margaret  Browinge 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich,  v.,  about 
18,  d.  of  Alargaret  Browinge,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  also  consents.  At  S.  Mary's 
in  S.,  or  Woodnesborough.  Richard 
Saunders  of  Ash,  yeom.,  bonds.  Nov. 
11,  1641.  Note.  In  the  original 
this  allegation  is  entered  between 
Sept.  30  and  Oct.  1,  1641. 

Adams,  John,  of  Staple,  husb.,  ba.,  30 
and  upwards,  and  Parnell,  alias 
Petronell,  Cartricke.  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     Dec.  27,  1044. 

Adams,  John,  of  Walmer,  ba..  about  29, 
and  Elizabeth  Williams  of  S.  James's 
in  Dover,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Eliza- 
beth Gillow,  alias  Williams,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  James's  in  D. 
Feb.  10,  1644. 

Adams,  Ralph,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
butclier,  ba.,  about  23,  and  Ann 
Stokes  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
Edward  Stokes,  dec.  At  S.Mildred's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Gunn  of  Cant., 
butcher,  bonds.     March  20,  1644. 

Adams,  Robert,  of  Favcrsham,  carpen- 
ter, ba.,  about  29,  and  Margaret 
Bonnet,  s.  p.,  v..  about  28,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.  William  Clench  of 
Eaversham,  g.,  bonds.    Abril  7,  1629. 

Adams,  Stephen,  of  Ash,  husb.,  widr.^ 
and    Catherine    Worsley,    s.    p.,    v. 


MARRIAGE   LICENCES. 


about  41.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Ralph  Winford  of  Ash,  husb.,  bonds. 
Sept.  25,  1634. 

Adams,  Thomas,  and  Rosa  Goodin,  of 
S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich.  At  same. 
Nov.  30,  1629. 

Adams,  Thomas,  of  Leeds,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Curd  of  Brenchley,  w.  of 
[blank]  Curd,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Leeds  or  Langley.     July  20,  1641. 

Adams,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  seaman, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  RLargaret  Ince 
[or  Juce],  s.  p.,  w.  of  George  Ince 
[or  Juce],  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ospringe 
or  Freslon  n.  Faversham.  Matthias 
Hewes  of  Faversham,  tailor,  bonds. 
July  3,  1644. 

Adams,  William,  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Wingham,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Alice  Tailer,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20, 
d.  of  Simon  Tailer  of  Woodnes- 
borough,  husb.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  RIagdalene,  Cant.  Oct.  27, 
1623. 

Adams,  William,  of  Lydd,  husb.,  ba., 
22  and  upwards,  son  of  William 
Adams  of  Brookland,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  and  Anna  Parkes  of  Lydd, 
w.  of  William  Parkes,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  April  24, 
1632, 

Adams,  William,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Jane  Whitfield,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Cathetine  Whit- 
field, s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.  Thomas  Whitehead 
of  Eastry,  husb.,  bonds.  Dec.  10, 
1635. 

Adams,  William,  of  Ringwould,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26  or  27,  whose  father, 
Nicholas  Adams,  consents,  and  Sarah 
Riple,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Anthony  Ripple,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who 
also  consents  At  same.  Feb.  20, 
1638. 

Adoocke,  William,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  38,  and  Elizabeth 
Hayward  of  Sandwicli,  w.  of  Edward 
Hayward,  late  s.  p.,  butcher,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich.  Nov. 
29,  1632. 

Ad  kins,  James,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Alice  Perkin,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Sylvester  Per- 
kins, s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Henry  Lockwood.  At 
same.     Dec.  19,  1637.     See  Atkins. 


Adman,  Christopher,  of  Charing,  husb., 
ba.,  about  45.  and  Joan  Manger  of 
Acrise,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  William 
Manger,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Acri.se.     Sept.  30,  1634. 

Adman,  John,  of  Folkestone,  husb.,  ba., 
about  47,  and  Cicely  Giddins,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  the  like  age,  relict  of 
Thomas  Giddins,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Nov.  6,   1626. 

Adman,  John,  of  Brabourne,  husb.,  ba., 
about  31,  and  Hanna  Prior  of  Lydd, 
v.,  about  22,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred  s.  Cant.  Henry 
Inmeeth  of  Ruckinge,  and  Edward 
Edmueth  of  Bonnington,  yeomen, 
bonds.     May  4,  1637. 

Adman,  Thomas,  of  Harrietsham,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  about  48,  and  Mary 
Pell  of  Smarden,  w.  of  Richard  Pell, 
late  dec.  At  Boughton  IMalherbe. 
Edward  Poore  of  Hollingbourne, 
yeom.,  bonds.     June  8,  1630. 

Adman,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  husb, 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Ursula  Dray,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Leonard  Dray,  late  s.   p.,  dec.     At 

5.  Mildred's,  Cant.  John  Jemett, 
Thomas  Porter  and  Thomas  Foster, 
all  of  {?)  Faversham,  bonds.     Oct. 

6,  1645. 

Ad  mi  rail,  Peter,  of  the  city  of  London, 
combemaker,  ba.,  about  29,  and 
Hester  Fosster  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Peter  Forsier, 
late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At.  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Feb. 
14,1628.  Note.  'I'he  woman's  name 
is  Fursee  in  the  Transcript. 

Ady,  Christopher,  of  Ulcombe,  clothier, 
widr.,  about  43,  and  Appia  Pyend  of 
Maidstone,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
[blank]  Pyend,  late  of  Boxley,  dec. 
At  Loose,  because  John  CoppiTi, 
father  of  the  said  widow,  doth  live 
at  East  Farleigh  in  the  diocese  of 
Rochester,  who  will  bestow  a  wed- 
ding dinner  upon  them.  Dec.  5, 
1623. 

Ady,  Christopher,  of  Ulcombe,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Delman  of  Headcorn, 
w.  of  Richard  Delman,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  John 
Young  of  Peasmarsh  [in  Sussex], 
yeom.,  and  Obadiah  Viney  of 
Headcorn,  glover,  bonds.  Sept.  22, 
1631. 


CANTERBURY 


Ady,  Christopher,  of  Rainham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Millway  of  New- 
ington  n.  Sittingbourne,  w.  of  John 
Millway,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  New- 
ington  n.  S.  or  Halstow.  Robert 
Henley  of  Halstow,  maltster,  bonds. 
May  24,  1641. 

Ady,  Edmond,  of  Bredgar,  husb.,  son  of 
John  Ady,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Tassell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  16, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  the  said  John  Ady.  At  S.  jMar- 
garet's,  Cant.  Stephen  Hulkes  of 
Newnham,  g.,  bonds.  April  28,  1636. 

Adye,  Gregory,  of  Selling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Warde  of 
Chilham,  maiden,  about  21,  d.  of 
William  Warde  of  Molash,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     Oct.  23,  1621. 

Ady,  Henry,  of  Sittingbourne,  g.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Martha  Purdu,  s.  p., 
w.  of  William  Purdu,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.    July  29,  1644. 

Ady,  John,  of  Ulcombe,  clothier,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Mercy  Curling  of 
Newington,  w.,  about  32,  relict  of 
Henry  Curlinge,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Sept.  29,  1623. 

Ady,  Michael,  of  Teynham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary  Bourne,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov. 
19,  1634. 

Ady,  Nicholas,  of  Lynstead,  g.,  widr., 
about  47,  and  Alice  Hayward  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  John 
Hayward,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec,  and 
now  under  the  govt,  of  John  Wood, 
s.  p.,  g.,  his  (sic)  father-in-law,  who 
consents.  At  Preston  n.  Faversham. 
Dec.  22, 1623.  See  Playward,  Thomas, 
same  date. 

Ady,  Richard,  of  Biddenden,  tilemaker, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan  Godfry  of 
Lydd,  v.,  about  26,  whose  mother 
consents.     At  Lydd.     Dec.  29,  1624. 

Ady,  Stephen,  of  Sittingbourne,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Packman  of 
Lenham,  v.,  about  44,  whose  parents 
are  dead.    At  Leeds.    June  20,  1637. 

Adie,  Thomas,  of  Bicknor,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Agnes  Ashpoole  of 
Huckinge,  maiden,  about  28,  d.  of 
Thomas  Ashpoole,  s.  p.,  husb,,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Edward 
Baldocke  of  "  Bredgate,"  tailor.  At 
S.M.Brcdman's,  Cant.  Aug.  13,1620. 


Ady,  William,  of  Teynham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Joan  Smith,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Richard  Smith,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Lowde  of 
Teynham,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct. 7, 1639. 

Afford,  George,  of  Goudhurst,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Tilden,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  37,  d. 
of  Roger  Tilden,  late  of  Benenden, 
dec.     At  Goudhurst.     Feb.  9,  1619. 

A  Gace,  John,  of  S.  M.  Northgatc, 
Cant.,  silkweaver,  ba.,  about  20, 
whose  father,  John  A  Gace,  consents, 
and  Jane  Russell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Martha  Le  Froise,  alias  Russell, 
of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At.  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Latter  of  S.  ]\L  Northgatc, 
Cant.,  husb.,  bonds.  March  25,  1644. 

Akers  (Akars),  John,  of  Warehorne, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann 
Oliuer  of  Selling,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Sampson  Oliuer,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.    At  Selling.    Feb.  8,  1631. 

Akers,  John,  of  Warehorne,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Chalke  of  Leysdown, 
w.  of  John  Chalke,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Leysdown.  John  Larkin  of  Ware- 
horne, yeom.,  bonds,      luly  12,  1639. 

Acres,  Robert,  of  New  Romney,  rippier, 
ba.,  about  27,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Mildred  Fann,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
25,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Nicholas  Car- 
pinter  of  Hythe,  blacksmith,  bonds. 
Oct.  22,  1640. 

Akers,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  seaman, 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father,  Edward 
Akers,  consents,  and  Hannah  Hayda 
of  Chilham,  v.,  about  17,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  her  uncle, 
John  Goodlad,  s.  p.,  butcher,  con- 
sents. At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
John  Cadman  of  Faversham,  sea- 
man, bonds.     Oct.  23,  1660. 

Alchin,  Nathan,  of  St.  John'sin  Thanet, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  46,  and  Mary 
Trayford,  s.  p.,  w.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Oct.  21,  1639. 

Alchorne,  Abraham,  of  Rotherfield  in 
Sussex,  currier,  ba.,  about  27,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Mathew  (sicj 
Tonge  of  Milton  n.  Sittingbourne, 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Catherine  Tonge 
of  Borden,  w.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Richard  Catt  of 
Sittingbourne,  cordwainer.  At  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.    Aug.  27,  1639. 


MARRIAGE   LICENCES. 


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Alcocke,  John,  of  Sevington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Hony- 
wood  of  Wye,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Arthur  Honywood  of  Maidstone,  g., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Den  of  the  Precincts 
of  S.  Augustine's,  Cant.,  g.,  and 
Francis  Lamb  of  Maidstone,  g., 
bonds.     June  25,  1633. 

Alcocke,  Samuel,  of  Sevington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  son  of  Samuel  Alcocke, 
who  is  willing,  and  Mary  Netter  of 
Mersham,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  John 
Netter,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Mersham,     June  20,  1633. 

Aldery,  Gilbert,  of  Chilham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Mason  of  Sheld- 
wich,  spr.,  about  26,  d.  of  Sirack 
Mason,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Nov.  17,  1621. 

Aldriche,  William,  of  Great  Chart, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  38,  and  Elizabeth 
Edgerton  of  Brook,  w.,  about  43, 
relict  of  Gregory  Edgerton,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Feb.  28,  1619. 

Aldridge,  Thomas,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
beerbrewer,  widr.,  about  37,  and 
Ann  Gosby,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  26,  relict 
of  Jeremy  Gosby,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Isaac  Nun  of 
the  King's  Palace,  yeom.,  bonds. 
June  2,  1627. 

Aldridge,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  sawyer,  ba.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Jane  Gilbert, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Gdbert,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  same.  John  Hollier  of 
Dover,  brewer,  bonds.  Feb.  19,  1633. 

Aleberry,  Edward,  of  Cosmos  and 
Damian  in  the  Blean,  husb.,  ba., 
about  31,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Ellen  Penny,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Bred- 
gar.  John  Penny  of  Cant.,  miller, 
bonds.     June  26,  1641. 

Alebury,  Richard,  and  Jane  Copland, 
of  Hernhill.  At  same.  March  31, 
1631. 

Alexander,  Edward,  of  S.M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  woolcomber,  widr.,  and  Jane 
Parch  of  S,  Mildred's,  Cant.,  v.. 
about  28,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At    S.    Mildred's.     June     13,    1629. 

Alexander,  James,  of  Sandwich,  grocer, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Short  of  Wye, 
w.  of  Mark  Short,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Wye   or  Brook.     Jan.   19,   1645. 


Alexander,  Peter,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Frudd,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Frudd,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  same.     July  7,  1637. 

Allexander,  Robert.  &6' Allison,  Robert, 
Sept.  24,  1621. 

Algor,  Richard,  and  Elizabeth  Swinford, 
of  Bekesbourne.  At  same.  Feb.  6, 
1636. 

Allam,  Andrew,  of  Sittingbourne,  g., 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Susan  Tomlin, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  52,  relict  of  John 
Tomlin,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec.  At  same. 
Sept.  20,  1626. 

Allam  (Allum), Tremor,  of  Sittingbourne, 
baker,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Coddam, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  31,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Rodmersham.  Dec. 
26,  1642. 

Allard,  Francis,  of  Biddenden,  g.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Rose  Woolgate  of 
Stockbury,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  John 
Woolgate,  dec,  and  now  in  the 
tuition  of  William  Knight,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents.  At  Stockbury.  Thomas 
Tuck  of  Cant.,  tobaccopipemaker, 
bonds.     Nov.  8,   1633. 

Alleby,  Adrian,  and  Ann  Moris,  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover.  At  same.  Dec. 
2,  1635. 

Allen,  Christopher,  of  Borden,  g.,  ba., 
about  24,  son  of  Christopher  Allen 
the  elder,  s.  p.,  g.,  and  Susan 
Knatchbull  of  Maidstone,  maiden, 
about  21,  d.  of  Thomas  Knatchbull, 
s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John  Bix  of  Bapchild,  g.  At 
Maidstone.     March  19,  1621. 

Allen,  Christopher,  of  Borden,  g.,  widr., 
about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Finch  of 
Kingsdown,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Thomas  Finch,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
Kingsdown.  Thomas  Finch  of 
Kingsdown,  g.,  brother  of  Elizabeth, 
bonds.     Aug.  2,  1624. 

Allen,  Christopher,  of  Eastling,  cord- 
wainer, widr.,  and  Elizabetli  Dowde 
of  Throwley,  spr.,  about  20,  d.  of 
John  Dowde,  s.  p.,  labourer,  who 
consents.  At  Leaveland.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  by  Joseph  Birk- 
hened,  of  I'hrowley,  yeom.,  and 
Richard  Birkhened,  Notary  Publick. 
Joseph  Edwardes  of  Cant.,  painter, 
bonds.     July  27,  1640. 


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12 


Allen,  Daniel,  of  Sturry.  husb.,  ba.. 
about  26,  and  Jane  Raystone,  s.  p., 
w.  of  John  Raistone,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.  Henry  Romfield,  s.  p., 
tailor,  bonds,     July  20,  1646. 

Allen,  Edward,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  James 
Allen,  s.  p.,  yeom..  consents,  and 
Mary  Langley  of  Leysdown,  w.  of 
Henry  Langley,  late  of  S.  Thomas 
in  Harty,  dec.  At  S.  RI.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  Allen  Elwyn  of  Leysdown. 
yeom.,  bonds.  Sept,  12,  1639.  Note. 
Edward  Allen  signed  his  own  name : 
the  mark  oi  John  Alien  is  attached, 
not  that  of  James  Allen. 

Allen,  Francis,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, bricklayer,  ba.,  21  and  upwards, 
whose  father,  Nicholas  Allen,  con- 
sents, and  Elizabeth  Covell,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  George  Covell,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  his 
wife,  Joan  Covell,  mother  of  the 
said  Elizabeth.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Ansell  of  Cant., 
millener,  bonds.     March  2,  1639. 

Allen,  George,  of  Teynham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Alice 
Woodlie  of  S.  Thomas  the  Apostle, 
Harty,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  John 
Woodlie,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  a  certificate  made  by  Rlr. 
Richard  Dale,  clerk,  curate  of  S. 
Thomas.  At  S.  T.  the  Apostle, 
Harty.     June  1,  1629. 

Allen,  Henry,  of  Queenborough,  sailor, 
widr.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Reignolds, 
of  Hernhill,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  George  Reignolds,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  Hernhill.  Sept. 
6,  1621.  [Below,  George  Reignolds 
is  described  as  "  de  Hearne."J 

Allen,  Henry,  of  Strood,  diocese  of 
Rochester,  grocer,  widr.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Spencer  of  Boughton  Blean, 
w.  of  Robert  Spencer,  late  s  p., 
dec.  At  B.  Blean.  Francis  Map- 
lisden  of  Cant.,  grocer,  bonds.  Jan. 
26,  1640. 

Allen,  Isaac,  of  Little  Chart,  fuller,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Sarah  Carre  of 
Kennington,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
John  Carre,  s.  p.,  millwright,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Oct. 
17,  1634. 

Allen,  Isaac,  of  Otham,  miller,  widr., 
and  Martha  Doman,  of  Maidstone, 


v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.   Feb.  28,  1637. 

Allen,  James,  of  Sturry,  husb.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Cole,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  38,  relict  of  William  Cole, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Aug.  2,  1620. 

Allen,  John,  of  Hunton,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  53,  and  Dorothy  Allen  of 
Staplehurst,  about  50,  w.  of  William 
Allen  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Marden. 
Aug.  4,  1619. 

Allen,  John,  of  Stockbury,  yeom..  widr., 
about  43,  and  Elizabeth  Steed  of 
Hollingbourne,  w.,  about  46,  relict 
of  John  Steed,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  about 
6  months  since.  At  Stockbury. 
May  14,  1623. 

Allen,  John,  of  the  Palace  of  S.  Augus- 
tine, Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  about  31,  and 
Abigail  Balding  of  St.  Peters,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  [blank] 
Balding,  late  of  the  county  of  Suffolk, 
clerk,  dec.  about  5  years  since,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Cosmos 
Blean,  by  reason  that  St.  Augustine's 
Palace  is  a  privileged  place,  and 
belongeth  to  no  parish.  Jacobus 
Morly  of  S.  Aug.  Pal.,  g.,  bonds. 
June  27,  1623. 

Allen,  John,  of  Ashford,  husb.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Mary  Okely  of  Lenham, 
maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  [blank] 
Okeley,  late  s.p.,  dec,  and  now  under 
the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Mary  Okeley, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Lenham. 
Sept.  2,  1623. 

Allin,  John,  of  Lenham,  husb.,  ba.,  about 
26,  and  Elizabeth  Fearne  of  Ospringe, 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Gilbert  Fearne, 
late  s.  p.,  maltman,  dec,  and  now 
under  the  govt,  of  John  Fearne,  s.  p., 
maltster,  who  consents.  At  Ospringe. 
Dec   5,  1623. 

Allen,  John,  of  Huckinge,  husb.,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Frances  Thatcher  of 
Wormshill,  v.,  about  21,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  under 
the  govt.,  of  her  brother,  William 
Thatcher,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  Wormshill.  George  Style  senior, 
of  Bo.xley,  yeom.,  and  George  Style 
junior,  of  Maidstone,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Jan.  30,  1627 

Allen,  John,  of  Padlesworth,  husb.,  widr., 
about  54,  and  Jane  Wood  of  Alkham, 
w.,  about  36,  relict  of  [blank]  Wood, 
late  dec.  At  Alkham.  April  13,  1629. 


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MARRIAGE    LICENCES. 


14 


Allen,  John,  of  Kenardington,  mason, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Ellen  Sampson, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Francis  Sampson,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  St.  Alphage,  Cant.  John 
Fann  of  Kenardington,  husb.,  bonds. 
Nov.  12,  1632. 

Allen,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Feasant,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
I'homas  Feasant,  late  dec.  At  War- 
den. John  Greenstreete  of  Preston 
n.  Faversham,  yeom.,  bonds.  June 
19,  1635. 

Allen,  John,  of  Stourmouth,  yeom  ,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Susan 
Reynoldes  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
v.,  about  20,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  Ash.  Robert  Beake  of  Cant.,  g  , 
bonds.     July  14,  1635. 

Allen,  John,  of  Berstead,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  38,  and  Ann  Amis,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  34.  At  Thurnham.  Thomas 
Hunt  of  Berstead,  glover,  bonds. 
Jan.,  18,  1636. 

Allen,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  father,  John  Allen 
the  elder,  consents,  and  Margery 
Read,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Read,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Thomas  Allen 
of  Minster  in  Sheppy,  yeom.,  bonds. 
June  26,  1640. 

Allen,  John,  of  Stockbury,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Priscilla  Kemsley,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Sidrac  Kemsley,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Hernhill.     Sept.  25,  1640. 

Allen,  John,   of  S.  Peter's  in   Sandwich, 

,  clothworker,   a  widower,   about  29, 

and  Susan   Gogar,   s.  p.',   v.,  about 

28,   whose  parents  are  dead.     At    S. 

Martin's,  Cant.     Oct.  3,  1642. 

Allin,  John,  and  Elizabeth  Shrewsbury, 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  At  same 
Jan.  31,  1642. 

Allen,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
fisherman,  ba.,  about  31,  and  Mar- 
garet Nethersole,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20, 
who,  her  parents  being  dead,  is 
now  at  the  govt,  of  Richard  Allen 
of  Dover  Castle,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Matthias  Allen  of  S. 
Lawrence  in  T.,  mariner.  At  S.  RL 
Bredin's,  Cant.  John  Nethersole 
of  S.  Lawrence  in  T.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Feb.  15,  1642. 

Allen,  Matthias,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  sailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Catherine  Nethersole  of  North- 
bourne,  maiden,  about  18,  d.  of 
Thomas  Nethersole,  dec,  and  now 


under  the  govt  of  her  guardian,  Richard 
Alen,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,   Cant.  March  7,  1624. 

Allen,  Richard,  of  Whitstable,  and 
Agnes  Browne,  s.  p.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     April  1,  1619. 

Allen,  Richard,  of  S.  Margaret  Atcliff, 
yeom,,  widr.,  about  43,  and  Wilhnan 
Osborne,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28, 
d.  of  John  Osborne  of  Ashford,  tan- 
ner., dec.  about  19  years  since,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  .Alphage, 
Cant.     July  24,  1622. 

Allen,  Richard,  ofChislet,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Joan  Knowler,  s.  p.', 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Robert 
Knowler,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  July 
[.?11],  1625.  JVo/e.  They  were 
married  at  Chislet  on  July  14. 

Allen,  Richard,  of  Northbourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  56,  and  Elizabeth  Cur- 
ling of  the  Borough  of  Hoath,  w., 
about  50,  relict  of  William  Curling! 
late  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Jan.  8, 
1626. 

Allen,  Richard,  of  Heme,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Turner,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
21,  d.  of  William  Turner  the  elder, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John  Bruxby  of  Cant.,  tailor.  At 
Swaleclifif.     Jan.  2,   1629. 

Allen,  Richard,  of  Heme,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Joan  Cooke,  s.  p.,  v., 
also  about  24,  d.  of  Susan  Cooke  of 
Wingham,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
Heme.     Nov.  25,  1637. 

Alleyn,  Mr.  Richard,  clerk,  M.A  ,  rector 
of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  ba.,  30  and 
upwards,  and  Elizabeth  Hales  of 
Thanington,  v.,  about  18.  d.  of  Mrs. 
Bennet  Hales,  alias  Topley,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  her 
son,  John  Hales  of  WestcHif,  g.  At 
Stowting.     April   10,  1640. 

Allen,  Richard,  of  Stockbury,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  father,  John  Allen' 
consents,  and  Dorothy  Huggins  of 
Chart  n.  Sutton  Valence,  v..  about 
23,  d.  of  Thomas  Huggins  of  East 
Peckham  in  Kent,  who  also  consents. 
At  Hernhill.     Aug.  5,  1641. 

Allen,  Robert,  of  Lynstead,  husb.,  ba 
about  30,  and  Catherine  Everett,  s.p., 
maiden,    about   25,    d.    of    [blank  I 
Everett,    labourer,    late   of  Borden, 
dec.     At  Lj'nstead.     Aug.  31,  1619. 


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16 


Allen,  Robert,  of  Otham,  linen  weaver, 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Frances  Bishop,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
21,  d.  of  Edward  Bishop  of  Town 
Sutton,  clothier,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.    Sept.  21,  1619. 

Allen,  Robert,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
maltster,  and  Sibyl  Knowler,  s.  p., 
V.     At  same.     June  6,  1622. 

Allen,  Robert,  of  Teynham,yeom.,  widr., 
about  50,  and  Elizabeth  Caltett 
[Catlett  in  the  margin],  s.  p.,  w., 
about  33,  relict  of  William  Catlett, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Henry 
Pownd  of  Borden,  {?)  Vicar,  [bonds.] 
July  13,  1625. 

Allen,  Robert,  of  Bicknor,  yeom.,  ba.. 
about  35,  and  Alice  Hatch  of  Worms- 
hill,  v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  Wormshill.  John  Rolph 
of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  April  7, 
1635. 

Allen,  Stephen,  of  Faversham,  grocer, 
ba.,  24  and  upwards,  and  Elizabeth 
Rlurton,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
George  Murton,  s.  p.,  basketmaker, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     July  25,  1637. 

Allen,  Stephen,  of  Faversham,  grocer, 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Huffe  of  Sheldwich, 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Margaret  Huffe, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John  Greenstreete  of  Preston  n. 
Faversham,  yeom.  At  Sheldwich. 
Oct.  13,  1641. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  son  of  John  Allen,  s.  p., 
Bayliffc  [more  like  Gayliffe,  but 
Jurat  was  first  written],  who  con- 
sents, and  Catherine  Stroughill,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  Thomas 
Stroughill,  s.  p..  Jurat,  who  also 
consents.  At  Old  Romney.  May 
13,  1620. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  butcher,  ba., 
above  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Francklin,  s.  p.,  maiden,  23, 
d.  of  John  Francklin,  late  s.  p.,  g., 
dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  her 
mother,  Elizabeth  Francklin,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents.  At  Crundale. 
March  27,  1622. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  butcher,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Francklin,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  John,  Franklin,  late  s.  p.,  g., 
dec,  "  with  which  said  Mary  Frank- 
lin he  [the  said  Thomas]  intendeth 


to  marry  accordinge  to  a  sentence 
reade  this  daye  in  the  Com.  Court, 
whereby  they  are  enjoyned  to  marry 
together."  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
April  11,  1622. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  East  Sutton,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Wood  of  Sutton  Valence,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  William  Wood,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Sutton 
Val.     Sept.  13,  1624. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  Bredgate,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Thomasine  Allen,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  24,  "  her  father  beinge 
dead  or  els  hath  left  this  contry 
whereby  she  is  at  her  owne  govt." 
At  Bicknor.     Dec.  11,  1627. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  Cant.,  gardener,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Sibyl  Shindler,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  27,  d.  of  John  Shindler,  s, 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Than- 
nington.  The  said  John  Schindler 
and  Thomas  Shindler  his  son,  bonds. 
April  25,  1635.  A'o/e.  "  Sibbell 
Chanlcr  of  St.  Mildrede,"  in  Than- 
ington  Reg. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  father,  John 
Allen,  consents,  and  Joan  Seagar  of 
Minster  in  Sheppy,  v.,  about  17,  d. 
of  William  Seagar,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents.  At  Minster.  Nov. 
14,  1636. 

Allen,  Thomas  of  Milstead,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father,  George 
Allen,  consents,  and  Dennis  Kember 
of  Harrietsham,  v.,  of  the  like  age, 
d.  of  Thomas  Kember,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents.  At  Uicombe.  Nov. 
2,  1637. 

Allen,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
gardener,  widr.,  and  Mary  Mitchell, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Mitchel,  late  of  S. 
M.  Bredin's,  Cant.,  tailor,  dec.  At 
S.  Mildred's.     Feb.  21,   1642. 

Allen,  William,  of  Ospringe,  and  Mar- 
garet Ovenden,  s.  p.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     July  25,  1619. 

Allen,  William,  of  Swingfield,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Stoakes,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
20,  d.  of  George  Stoakes,  s,  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Aug.  2,  1625. 

Allen,  William,  of  S.  Margaret  Atcliff, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  in  the  presence 
and  with  the  consent  of  his  father, 
and  Grace  Tomes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 


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d.  of  Thomas  Tomes,  s  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Richard  Allen,  s.  p  , 
ycom.     At  same.     Nov.  4,  1629. 

Allen,  William,  of  Bicknor,  ycom.,  ba., 
30  and  upwards,  and  Alice  Browne 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  27, 
d.  of  [blank]  Browne,  dec.,  and  of 
[blank]  Browne,  yet  living,  who 
consents.  At  S.  George's.  Julv  19, 
1630. 

Allen,  William,  of  Kingstonc,  wiaver, 
widr.,  and  Joan  Spickett  of  Steliing, 
w.  of  Thomas  Spickett,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  JMagdalene,  Cant. 
John  Newstreete  of  St.  Paul's,  Cant., 
and  Timothy  White  of  Cant., 
musicians,  bonds.     June  6,  1640. 

Allen,  William,  of  East  Langdon,  husb., 
ba.,  about  34,  and  I\Iarv  Oldfeild,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  32,  d.  of  Mary  Oldfeild 
of  Alkham,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Matthew  IMarsh  of  Alk- 
ham, husb.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
March  21,  1641. 

Alias,  John,  and  Joan  Emes,  of  Milton 
n.  Sittingbourne.  At  same.  March 
14,  1636. 

Alllngton,  Thomas,  of  Northbourne, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann  Savage  of 
Sholden,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
John  Savage,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  is 
willing.  At  Woodnesborough.  May 
26,  1619. 

Allison,  alias  Allexander,  Robert,  of 
Lydd,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Phoebe  Friswell,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  [blank]  Fris- 
well, late  s.  p.,  tailor,  dec,  and  now 
in  the  govt,  of  Elizabeth  Friswell,  s. 
p.,  w.,  her  mother,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  William  Hogben  of 
Newington  n.  Hythe,  tailor.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.     Sept.  24,  1621. 

Almond,  William,  of  Dover,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Clarke, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  David  Clarke, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover.  John  English  of  Cant., 
vintner,  bonds.     April  23,  1642. 

Alphey,  Abraham,  of  Lenham,  tanner, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan  Cheeseman 
ofEgerton,w.  of  [blank]  Cheeseman, 
latedec.  AtRolvenden.  Oct. 23, 1630. 

Aluffe,  John,  of  Deal,  tailor,  ba.,  about 
21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Catherine 
Gibson,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
John  Gibson,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Nov.  3,  1627. 


Ambrose,  Edward,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
INIark  Ambrose,  s.  p.,  g.,  consents, 
and  Sarah  Barbett  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Cath- 
erine Barbett,  s.  p.,  w^,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate,  or 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Jacobus 
Packden  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds, 
Jan.  14,  1645. 

Ambrose,  John,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
labourer,  and  Alice  Stevens,  s.  p., 
maiden.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Oct. 
11,  1621. 

Ambrose,  Matthew,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  ba.,  25  and  upwards,  and 
Bennet  Abraham  of  Hernhill,  w.  of 
Edmund  Abraham,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Holy  Cross,  Cant.     Dec.  9,  1630. 

Ambrose,  Matthew,  of  Hernhill,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Barrett  of  Graveney, 
w.  of  John  Barrett,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  .Magdalene,  Cant.  Richard 
Cliflbrd  of  Hernhill,  husb.,  bonds. 
Dec.  13,  1642. 

Ambrose,  Peter,  of  Sturry,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father,  Mark  Am- 
brose, consents,  and  Ann  Barbett  of 
S.  Nicholas  Atwade,  v.,  of  the  like 
age,  d.  of  William  Barbett,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
N.  Atwade.     Apiil  11,  1640. 

Ambrose,  Peter,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
}'eom.,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Goldfinch, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  WiUiam 
Goldfinch,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Goldfinch, 
s.  p.,  yeom.  At  same.  Jan.  29,  1643. 

Ambrose,  Robert,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  21,  son  of  John  Ambrose, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Daniel  Pamfiett,  and 
Hanna  Pamflet,  s.  p.,  about  17,  d.  of 
the  said  Daniel,  who  also  consents. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.     Dec.  6,   1639. 

Ambrose,Thomas,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Martha 
Henneker,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Joseph  Henneker,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  4,  1629. 

Amherst,  George,  of  Headcorn,  malt- 
ster, ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Bassocke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  fifteen, 
whose  mother,  Elizabeth  Bassocke, 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Hodges  the  elder,  of  Kennington, 
yeom.    At  Headcorn,  April  17,  1630. 

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Amherst,  Nicholas,  of  Cranbrook,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Sarah 
Snoade,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Wilhara  Snoade,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and 
of  [blank]  Snoade,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Edward 
May,  s.  p.,  tailor.  At  same.  Nov. 
1,  1624. 

Amis,  Benjamin,  of  Wye,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  32  or  33,  whose  mother,  Joan 
Amis,  consents,  and  Catherine  Ad- 
mans  of  Brabourne,  v.,  about  35, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Bra- 
bourne.     April  30,  1640. 

Amys,  Henry,  of  Wye,  husb.,  ba.,  about 
24,  with  his  father's  consent,  and 
Ann  Fordred  of  Hastingleigh,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Augustine  Fordred 
of  Elmstead,  who  also  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Amys  of  Wye, 
husb.  At  Hastingleigh.  Oct.  17, 1629. 

Amys,  John,  of  Thurnham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Susan  Iden  of  Bough- 
ton  Monchelsea,  v.,  26,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  James 
Iden,  s.  p.,  her  brother.  At  Thurn- 
ham.    Dec.  9,  1628. 

Ames,  John,  of  Maidstone,  barber,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Margaret  Reeve,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  William  Reeve, 
s.  p.,  mercer,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Feb.  27,  1636. 

Amis,  John,  of  Wye,  husb.,  widr.,  and 
Amy  Amis,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Beane  of  Barham, 
and  Richard  Amis  of  Molash, 
yeomen,  bonds.     May  1,  1637. 

Amies,  Manasses,  of  Wye,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ann  Rowell  of  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  27,  d.  of 
Thomasine  Rowell,  alias  Effield, 
now  wife  of  Ralph  Effield  of  S. 
Andrew's  Cant.,  tailor,  who  consents. 
At.  S.  M.  Bredin's.     July  6,  1636. 

Amies,  Nicholas,  of  Molash,  husb.,  widr., 
about  60,  and  Elizabeth  Spice,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  Robert  Spice, 
late  of  Westwell,  husb.,  dec,  and 
now  servant  to  him,  the  said  Nicho- 
las. At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
July  17,  1621. 

Amis,  Nicholas,  of  Molash,  glover,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Thomasine  Thatcher 
of  Bapchild,  v..  about  29,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Oct  21,  1630. 


Amys,  Peter,  of  Leaveland,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  50,  and  Susan  Youngc,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  William 
Younge,  late  of  Hollingbourne,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Sept.  15, 
1623. 

Amys,  Peter,  of  Leaveland,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  50,  and  Lydia  Ellis,  of  Badles- 
mere,  v.,  about  28,  at  her  own  govt., 
her  father  being  dead.  At.  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Oct.  11,  1624. 

Ames,  Richard,  of  Wye,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  and  Joan  Ball  of  Brabourne, 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  John  Ball, 
late  s.  p.,  dec  and  lately  abiding  with 
John  Ball,  s.  p.,  g.,  her  brother,  who 
consents.  At.  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  7,  1620. 

Amies,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Thomasine  Amies, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Nicholas  Amies,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.     At  Wye.     Nov.  14,  1632. 

Amys,  Thomas,  of  Biddenden,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
Thomas  Amys,  consents,  and  Mar- 
garet Tillman,  of  Great  Chart,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Thomas  Tillman 
s.  p.,  fellmonger,  who  also  consents. 
At  G.  Chart.    Dec  1,  1641. 

Amys,  William,  of  Headcorn,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Susan  Bennet,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Stephen  Bennet,  s.  p., 
whoconsents.  Atsame.  July  17, 1627. 

Amis,  William,  of  Harrietsham,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Susan  Gerrett  of  Ulcombe, 
v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are  also 
dead.  At  Harrietsham.  June  11,  1638. 

Amy,  Thomas,  of  Kingsnorth,  linen- 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Hilles,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Thomas  Hilis  of  [blank],  dec. 
At  Kingsnorth.  George  Winter  of 
Willesborough,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct. 
20,  1642. 

Amyas,  Richard,  of  Wye,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Joan  Ball  of  Bra- 
bourne, maiden,  about  23  [or  25], 
her  parents  being  dead,  and  she  now 
dwelling  with  John  Ball,  s.  p.,  g., 
her  brother,  who  consents.  At  Wye. 
May  1,  1620. 

Anderson,  Bartholomew,  of  Dover, 
winecooper,  ba.,  about  20,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Susan  Hudson, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Reynold 
Hudson,  who  also  consents.  At 
Hougham.  John  Rosse  of  Dover, 
winecooper,  bonds.      June  20,  1637. 


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Anderson,  Richard,  of  Hernhill,  tile- 
maker,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Margies, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  32,  d.  of  Edward 
Margies,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Godmersham.    June  22,  1633. 

Anderson,  Robert,  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  mariner,  ba.,  about  39,  and 
Elizabeth  Golding,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Richard  Golding  of  the  city  of 
London,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret  Atcliff. 
Dec.  24,  1632. 

Andrew,  Edward,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  son  of  Edward  Andrew 
the  elder,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  and 
Joan  Backe,  of  Kennington,  v., 
about  18,  whose  mother,  Joan  Back, 
alias  Piper,  s.  p.,  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Robert  Backe,  s.  p., 
woollendraper,  her  brother.  At 
Kennington.     Nov.  10,  1626. 

Andrew,  Edward,  of  Faversham,  fell- 
monger,  widr.,  and  IMargaret  Everist, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Everist,  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Boughton,  Blean.    April  19,  1628. 

Andrew,  Hugh,  of  Charing,  husb.,  ba., 
about  42,  and  Joan  Adman,  of  Chil- 
ham,  v.,  about  30.  At  S.  Michael's, 
Plarbledown.  Thomas  Adman  of 
Chilham,  husb.,  and  Thomas  Uncle 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
husb.,  bonds.    July  21,   1634. 

Andrew,  John,  of  Alkham,  and  Elizabeth 
Godding  of  Lydden.  At  Alkham. 
April  28,  1628. 

Andrew,  Thomas,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
boadweaver  \J  broadweaver],  ba., 
about  30,  and  Jane  Wemme  of 
Pluckley,  v.,  about  27,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Pluckley.  Richard 
Andrev/  of  Ulcombe,  broadweaver, 
bonds.     June  24,   1628. 

Andrew,  Thomas,  of  Wingham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Jane  Paine  of 
Preston  n.  Wingham.  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  Jane  Paine,  s.p.,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Oct.  9, 
1630. 

Andrew,  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Bunce 
of  Wychling,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Bunce,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Wychling.     Nov.  1,  1630. 

Androwe,  William,  of  Great  Hardres, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  21,  whose  mother, 
Ellen  Androwe,  alias  Pallmer,  wife 
of  Andrew  Pallmer,  consents,  and 
Hester  Baker,  of  Staple,  v.,  20  and 
upwards,   d.  of  James  Baker,  s.  p., 


who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
James  Baker  the  younger.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Nov.  24,  1627. 

Andrew,  William,  of  Willesborough,  g., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Keale  of  Smeeth, 
w.  of  Reginald  Keale,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Hinxhill,  July  4,  1639. 

Andrewes,  Henry,  of  Lynstead,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Tassell  of 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of 
[blank]  Tassell,  dec,  and  of  [blank] 
Tassell,  alias  Ely,  of  Eastling,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Martin's.  Christo- 
pher Tilghman  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
g.,  bonds.     March  12  (?),  1631. 

Andrewes,  James,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Susan 
Stephens,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Henry  Stephens, 
late  dec.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant. 
William  Sims  of  Northbournc,  sayer, 
and  Thomas  Clifford,  s.  p.,  husb., 
bonds.     Oct.  5,  1640. 

Andrewes,  Nicholas,  and  Amy  Jervis, 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  [No  place, 
but  probably  at  same.]  Dec.  10,  1639. 

Andrewes,  Stephen. — Appeared  person- 
ally Elizabeth  Curtaile  of  Faversham, 
spr.,  about  19,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  she  out  of  all  tutelage,  and 
at  her  own  govt.,andallegeth  thatshe 
intends  to  marry  with  Stephen  An- 
drewes, s.  p.,  tailor,  widr.  At  same. 
Thomas  Hudson  of  Harbledown, 
husb.,  and  Edmund  Joyce  of  Cant., 
barber,  bonds.     May  18,  1641. 

An drews, Thomas  of  Hackington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Susan  Murfeed,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Robert  Murfeed,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Jacobus  Herst, 
s.  p.,  clerk,  bonds.     June  30,  1631. 

Andrewes,  Thomas,  of  Charing,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Bennet  Pierse,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Alexander 
Pierse  of  Egerton,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  iNIargaret's,  Cant.  Nov. 
18,  1633. 

A  Neale,  John,  of  Marden,  broadweaver, 
ba.,  24  and  upwards,  and  Frances 
Cheesman  of  Staplehurst,  v.,  about 
30,  d.  of  Winefrith  Cheesman,  s.  p  , 
w.,  who  consents.  At  Little  Chart. 
Thomas  Foreman  of  Pluckley,  yeom., 
bonds.     Aug.  11,  1636. 

Angell,  William,  of  Folkestone,  vintner, 
ba.,  about  'M,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Godfrey,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  Thomas  Godfrey,  s. 
p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  16  years  since. 


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and  now  under  the  govt,  of  her  father- 
in-law,  Robert  Snow,  s.  p.,  victu- 
aller, who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  Jan.  29,  1622. 
Anker,  John,  of  Goodncstonc  n.  Wing- 
ham,  bricklayer,  widr.,  and  Joan 
March,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Tho- 
mas Marsh  of  Great  Hardres,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  George  March  of  G.  Hardres, 
yeom.,  bonds.  Oct.  3,  1633. 
Anne,  Edward,  of  Birchington,  g.,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Eleanor  Crispe,  s.  p., 
v.,  of  the  like  age,  and  at  her  own 
govt.  At  Birchington  or  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  May  13,  1635. 
Annoott,  Charles,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, surgeon,  ba.,  about  22,  and 
Elizabeth  Verrall,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19, 
d.  of  John  Verrall  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.  Charles  Annoott  of  Cant., 
surgeon,  bonds.  Aug.  6,  1619. 
Annott,  Thomas  of  Sandwich,  chirur- 
geon,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Lucke, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Jane  Luck, 
alias  Peckwood,  wife  of  [blank] 
Peckwood  of  London,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Charles  Annot  of 
Cant.,  chirurgeon.  At  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich.  Aug.  14,  1639. 
Annyon,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Anna  Bony,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Joan  Bony,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  a 
letter  from  her  son,  Thomas  Bon}'. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Thomas 
Annyon  of  Cant.,  glazier,  bonds. 
Jan.  17,  1638. 
Ansel  I,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
maltster,  widr.,  and  Bennet  Giles, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Valentine 
Giles  of  Worth,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  29, 
1638. 
Ansel  I,  Thomas,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
milliner,  ba.,  23  and  upwards,  whose 
mother,  Ann  Anscll,  alias  Makelen, 
consents,  and  Margery  Smith,  s.  p., 
v.,  21  and  upwards,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  same.  John  White 
of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  May  18,  1639. 
Ansel  me,  Richard,  of  Mersham,  fell- 
monger,  ba.,  27,  and  Margaret  Pan- 
try of  Kingstone,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
William  Pantry,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Mersham.  Nov.  15, 
1633. 


Anthony,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Sibyl  Sparke,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Giles  Sparke,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.     Dec.  3,  1628. 

Antony,  John,  of  St.  Bride's  in  the  city 
of  London,  Citizen  and  Saddler,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Catherine  Cranford  of  All  Saints', 
Cant.,  maiden,  about  21,  whose 
mother,  Ann  Cranford,  w.,  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Goodell  of 
Cant.,  yeom.  At  All  Saints'.  April 
26,  1628. 

Anvell,  John,  of  Smarden,  cordwainer, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Greene  of  Bid- 
denden,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Francis 
Greene,  s.  p..  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Richard  Shipp,  s.  p., 
cordwainer.  At.  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
April  8,  1634.     See  Hanvill. 

Applebee,  Christopher,  of  Cant.,  mer- 
cer, ba.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Elizabeth  Gate,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  27,  d.  of  John  Gate  of 
Boughton  Blean,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  John 
Vandepcre  of  Cant.,  joiner,  bonds. 
Dec.  7,  1644. 

Appleton,  John,  of  Molash,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  32,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Morris,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Morris,  late  of  Wye,  dec. 
At  All  Saints,'  Cant.  John  Coveney 
of  Cant.,  and  Henry  Champney,  s  p., 
blacksmiths,  bonds.  Nov.  11,^1639. 

Appleyard,  John,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
labourer,  ba.,  about  2 1 ,  whose  j)arents 
are  dead,  and  Priscilla  Pallett  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  40.  At 
All  Saints,'  Cant.  John  Williamson 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  labourer,  and 
Edward  Gibbon,  s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds. 
Nov.  17,  1640. 

Apsley,  Edward,  of  Biddenden,  tanner, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Joan  Perritt  of  Tenterden,  v.,  of 
the  like  age,  d.  of  Pxlward  Perritt, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Simon  Smith,  s.  p.,  g.  At  Bethers- 
den.  John  Harpe  of  Biddenden, 
bonds.     June  17,  1635. 

Apsle,  Peter,  of  Hackington,  baker,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Margaret  Hart  of  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  21,  d.  of 
[blank]  Hart,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  with 
"the  expresse  consent  of  Mr. 
Pounoll  {})  gou'nor."  At  Cosmus 
Blean.     Dec.  28,  1619. 


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26 


Apsley,  Thomas,  and  Helen  Carpinter, 
of  New  Romney.  At  same.  March 
7,  1631. 

Archer,  John,  of  St.  Clemenl's  in  Sand- 
wich, maltster,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Earhani, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Robert  Bar- 
ham,  s.  p.,  innholder,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Charles  Barham,  of 
Cant.,  victualler.  At  S.  Clement's. 
June  8,  1632. 

Archer,  John,  of  Sandwich,  ferryman, 
and  Catherine  Smith,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
23,  d.  of  Henry  Smith,  s.  p.  butcher, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich  or  Woodnesborough.  John 
Smith  of  Cant.,  millener,  bonds. 
Feb.  24,   1644. 

Archer,  Thomas,  of  Hawkhurst,  husb  , 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Agnes  Hunt,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas  Hunt, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
his  son,  Nicholas  Hunt,  s.  p.,  mason. 
At  same.     April  12,  1638. 

Archer,  Thomas,  late  of  Brenchley,  dio. 
Rochester,  but  now  of  Staplehurst, 
and  Agnes  Meriam  of  Staplehurst. 
At  Staplehurst.  Mr.  Browne,  Minis- 
ter of  Staplehurst,  certifies  that  the 
banns  were  thrice  published  between 
the  said  parties  in  the  church  of 
Staplehurst,  the  truth  being  that 
Archer  was  of  Brenchlej'  but  since 
May  last  he  has  lived  in  Staplehurst. 
March  3,  1639. 

Archer,  Timothy,  of  the  city  of  London, 
merchant,  ba.,  about  29,  whose 
parents  consents,  and  Susan  Dawkes 
of  Dover,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas 
Dawkes,  s.  p.,  shipcarpenter,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover  or  Charlton.     Dec.  10,  1660. 

Archer,  Valentine,  of  Birchington, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Margaret  Underdowne,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.,  of  Fridiswide 
Underdowne,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Under- 
downe of  Birchington,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Mas  14,  1633. 

Arden,  James,  of  the  city  of  London, 
vintner,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann 
Master  of  Deal,  v.,  about  26,  at  her 
own  govt.     At  Deal.    Jan.  16,  1627. 

Argent,  William,  of  the  city  of  London, 
Esquire,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Dame 
Mary  Nevinson  of  Eastry,  w.,  about 
34,   relict  of  Sir  Roger   Nevinson, 


Knight,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Eastry. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by 
Samuel  Nicols,  clerk,  M.  A.,  vicar  of 
Eastry.     April  22,  1626. 

Arger,  John,  of  Wye,  and  Ursula  Hills, 
s.  p.     May  14,  1627. 

Argoe,  Edward,  of  Faversham,  glazier, 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Mary  Rich  of  Boughton 
Blean,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  [blank] 
Rich  of  S.  IMichael's,  Harbledown, 
w.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Bartholomew  Johnson,  s.  p., 
yeom.  At  S.  Dunstan's  Cant. 
March  23,  1639. 

Arkles,  Alexander,  of  Borden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Alice  Twymar,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d. '  of  Edmund 
Twymar,  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  20 
years  since.  Alice  Twymar,  mother 
of  the  aforesaid  Alice,  consents.  At 
S.  Rlargaret's,  Cant.     July  13,  1621. 

Arm  is,  Cornelius,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, distiller,  widr.,  and  Sarah  de 
Master  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich,  w. 
of  IMark  de  Master,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich.  Jan. 
15,  1639. 

Armsone,  Leonard,  of  Ashford,  butcher, 
widr.,  45,  and  Grace  Newstreete  of 
Sheldwich,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of 
Thomas  Newstreete,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Dec.  26,  1625. 
No/e.     He  signed  Harmsone. 

Armeson,  Leonard,  of  Ashford,  butcher, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Johnson,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Henry 
Tritton  of  Ashford,  barber,  bonds. 
May  27,  1634. 

Arnold,  Edward,  of  Ringwould,  mason, 
widr.,  and  Bridget  Freind  of  Til- 
manstone,  w.  of  William  Freind, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Bekesbourne. 
Edward  Wright  of  Tilmanstone, 
miller,  bonds.     May  9,  1628. 

Arnold,  George,  of  East  Langdon,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Whilton, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  33.  At  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.  Jacobus  Arnold  of  S. 
RL  Northgate,  Cant.,  flaxdresser, 
bonds.     May  22,  1643. 

Arnold,  Henry,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  33,  and  Elizabeth  Joancs, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of  Edward 
Jones,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  John 
Cruttall  of  Faversham,  chirurgeon, 
bonds.     April  18,  1627. 


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28 


Arnold,  James,  of  S.  RI.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  flaxdresser,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Thomas  of  Thanington,  v.,  about 
32.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Francis 
Knight  and  Richard  Sanders  of 
Cant.,  innholders,  bonds.  July  28, 
1646. 

Arnold,  John,  of  Stourmouth,  husb., 
ba.,  a'bout  27,  and  JMary  Hayden  of 
Goodnestone  n.  Wingham,  v.,  about 
24,  who  is  now  under  the  govt,  of 
Ann  Ilayden,  alias  Philpott,  wife  of 
Edward  Philpott  of  Wingham,  tailor, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  the 
said  Edward.  At  Goodnestone.  Jan. 
16,  1625. 

Arnold,  John,  of  Sheldwich,  tailor,  widr., 
about  57,  and  Jane  Ladd  of  Walt- 
ham,  v.,  about  32.  At  Godmersham. 
May  12,  1628. 

Arnold,  Richard,  of  Tenterden,  kersey- 
maker,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Mary 
Dence,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  40,  at  her  own 
govt.    AtBiddenden.    Oct.  25,  1627. 

Arnoll,  Richard,  of  Tenterden,  kersey- 
maker,  widr.,  and  Mary  Bourder, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  [blank] 
Bourder  of  Hawkhurst,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Tilden 
of  Tenterden,  clothier.  At  Wood- 
church  or  Halden.     Jan.  3,  1639. 

Arnold,  Stephen,  of  Birchington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann  West,  s.  p., 
w.  of  [blank]  West,  late  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.     Feb.  1,  1641. 

Arnold,  Thomas,  of  Stowting,  husb.,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Fisher  of 
Elham,  v.,  about  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  Thomas  Best  of  Bridge,  husb., 
bonds.  Sept.  7,  1640.  No}c.  Oct.  7, 
is  meant,  on  which  da}-  they  were 
married.  In  the  Reg.  of  S.  M. 
I\Iagd.  the  marriage  is  entered  under 
Oct.  7,  1641. 

Arrow,  Henry,  of  Ashford,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Penelope  Sawkins,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Sawkins,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's  Cant.  John  Arrow,  of 
Ashford,  joiner,  bonds.  May  16, 
1637. 

Arrow,  Richard,  of  Pluckley,  shoemaker, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Pemble 
of  Bethersden,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
[blank]  Pemble,  dec.  At  Pluckley. 
William  Garnet  of  Pluckley,  cord- 
wainer,  bonds.     Jan.  9,  1632. 


Arrow,  Richard,  of  Bethersden,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  W^ells  of 
Harrietsham,  w.  of  Arthur  Wells, 
late  s.  p ,  dec.  At  Harrietsham. 
Nov.  16,  1639. 

Arthur  (Artur),  James,  of  Flythe,  barber- 
surgeon,  ba.,  about  21,  with  the 
consent  of  his  father,  Richard  Artur, 
of  Wj-e,  and  Ann  Stace  of  Hythe, 
w.  of  William  Stace,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Dec.  7, 
1631. 

Arthur,  Richard,  of  Wye,  barber 
chirurgeon,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of 
Richard  Arthur,  who  consents,  and 
Ann  Nayler  of  Willesborough,  v., 
about  26.  At  Hythe,  "  because  he 
hath  a  brother  living  there."  Feb.  9, 
1635. 

Ash,  Richard,  of  Elham,  tanner,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Wright,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  John  Wright,  s.  p., 
bricklayer,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Thomas  Cooke,  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.,  yeom.  At  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.  Daniel  Richardson 
of  Cant.,  innholder,  bonds.  April  19, 
1643. 

Ash  bey,  James,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Jane 
Bode,  s.  p.,v  ,  about  26,  d.  of  Thomas 
Bode  of  Chart  n.  Sutton,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  her  brother, 
John  Bode,  s.  p.  At  Lynton.  Jan.  9, 
1631. 

Ash  by,  Richard,  of  Hollingbourne, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Ann  Wood, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Nicholas  Wood,  late 
dec.  At  same.  John  Ashby  of 
Wormshill,  husb.,  bonds.  Dec.  3, 
1635. 

Ashbie,  William,  and  Mary  Bassett,  of 
Boughton  Malherbe.  At  same. 
Jan.' 29,  1626. 

Ashby,  William,  and  Patience  Skeer,  of 
Dodington.  At  same.  Nov.  27,  1633. 

Ashdale,  Thomas  of  Shadoxhurst,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan  Masters,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Agnes,  wife  of 
Robert  Webb,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Michael  May,  s.  p., 
husb.  At  Thanington.  Henry  Hooper 
of  Thanington,  victualler,  bonds. 
June  11,  1637. 

Ashenden,  John,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
and  Elizabeth  Spayne,  s.  p.  At 
Bridge.     May  11,  1619. 


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30 


Ashenden,  Nicholas,  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  grocer,  widr.,  about  36,  and 
Susan  l3ale,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict 
of  John  Dale,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Thanington.     April  5,  1624. 

Ashenden,  Richard,  of  Goudhurst, 
clothier,  M'idr.,  about  40,  and  Jane 
Stubberffeild,  s.  p.,  \v.,  about  38, 
relict  of  Richard  Stubberfteild,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Edward  Thomas  of  Ticehurst  in 
Sussex,  j-eom.,  bonds.  Oct.  19,  1619. 

Ashenden,  Richard,  of  Appledore, 
victualler,  widr.,  and  Margery  Bowles 
of  Woodchurch,  w.  At  Appledore. 
Richard  White  of  Cant.,  barber, 
bonds.     Jan.  3,  1638. 

Ashenden,  Robert,  of  Smalehead,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  Richard 
Ashenden  of  Appledore,  victualler, 
consents,  and  Alice  Butcher  of  Smale- 
head, v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Elizabeth 
Butcher,  alias  Stodder,  wife  of 
Thomas  Stodder,  who  also  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     July  9,  1631). 

Ashenden,  William,  of  \Vingham,yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Grace  Barton,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  [blank]  Barton  of  Ashford, 
dec.  about  22  years  since,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's 
Cant.     Feb.  25,  1622. 

Asher,  Zachary,  of  S.  Giles's  in  the  city 
of  London,  carpenter,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Wary  Newman  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  maiden,  about  22,  whose 
mother,  Sarah  Newman,  alias  Knight, 
consents.  At  Holy  Cross.  Nicholas 
Knight  of  Cant.,  tanner,  bonds. 
Nov.  1,  1624. 

Asherst  (Asshurst),  John,  of  Ashford,  g., 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Mary  Lindlie, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Francis 
Lindlie,  late  of  Little  Chart,  dec. 
At  Ashford.  Nathaniel  Lindlie  of 
Ruckinge,  clerk,  bonds.  July  13,1620. 

Asherst,  John,  of  Harrietsham,  carpen- 
ter, and  Ehzabeth  Jennings,  s.  p.,  v. 
At  same.     Feb.  12,  1621. 

Asherst,  Robert,  of  Allington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Alice  Sharpe  of 
Brabourne,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Thomas 
Sharpe,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
July  30,  1636.  [Allegation  incom- 
plete.    A  pen  drawn  across  it.] 

Ashes,  Edward,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Carrier     of     Holy      Cross,     Cant., 


maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Carrier, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Carre  of  S.  Dun- 
stan's, cordwainer.  At  Holy  Cross. 
Oct.  24,  1627. 

Ashfold,  Thomas,  the  younger,  of 
Brenzet,  yeom.,  about  21.  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Ann  Johnson  of  Ivychurch, 
maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  Thomas 
Johnson,  s.  p.,  3'eom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  the  Marsh.  July  2, 
1623. 

Ashley,  Caleb,  of  Newington  n.  Hythe, 
tailor,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Sherwin 
of  Dover,  w.  of  John  Sherwin,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Cheriton.  John 
Sherwin  of  Dover,  shipcarpenter, 
bonds.     March  21,  1638. 

Ashley,  Joseph,  of  Ivychurch,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  32.  and  Catherine 
Harper,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Marshall  of  Brook- 
land,  yeom.,   bonds.     May  22,  1638. 

Ashley,  Thomas,  of  the  city  of  Roches- 
ter, seaman,  ba.,  21  and  upwards, 
whose  father,  William  Ashley,  con- 
sents, and  Margaret  Bakerof  Minister 
in  Thanet,  v.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Northbourne 
or  Great  Mongeham.  Edward  Howe 
of  Deal,  miller,  bonds.  April  16,1644. 

Ashley,  William,  of  Cranbrook,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Crismas,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Robert  Crismas,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Stephen 
Ashley,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  brother  of  the 
aforesaid  William,  who  also  makes 
this  allegation.  At  same.  Feb.  2, 
1638. 

Ashton,  Ralph,  of  Whalley  in  co.  Lan- 
caster, Esquire,  ba.,  and  the  Lady 
Dorothy  Tufton  of  Hothfield,  v.,  d. 
of  the  Right  Honourable  Nicholas 
Earl  of  Thanet,  who  consents  by  a 
letter  sent  to  John  Viney,  clerk, 
rector  of  Hothfield,  who  makes  and 
signs  this  allegation.  At  Hothfield. 
April  17,  1630. 

Askewe,  Adam,  of  Berstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  56,  and  Joan  Bance,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  50,  relict  of  Alexander  Ranee, 
late  s.  p.,  blacksmith,  dec.  At 
[blank].     Nov.  24,  1623. 

Askew,  John,  of  Faversham,  mariner, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Hams,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  [blank]  Hams,  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     May  11,  1630. 


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32 


Askew,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  mariner, 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Ami  Annolt, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  Thomas 
Annott,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
July  8,  1620. 

Astin,  Stephen,  of  Sutton  Valence,  g., 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Judith  Parkhurst 
of  Lynton,  w.,  about  24,  relict  of 
Nicholas  Parkhurst,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Ralph  Astin 
of  Sutton  Valence,  g.,  bonds.  Feb. 
26,  1619.     See  Austin. 

Atacye,  Abraham,  of  Goudhurst,  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Catherine  Birch, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  29,  d.  of  John  Birch, 
s.  p.,  cutler,  who  consents.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     Jan.  22,  1634. 

Athie,  Edward,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26  or  27,  and  Margaret  Hall, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Grace  Hall 
of  VVillesborough,  w.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  son,  William 
Hall  of  Dymchurch,  g.  At  Dym- 
church  or  Mersham.  Wdliam  Bate- 
man  of  Eastbridge,  g.,  bonds.  April 
29,  1643. 

Atkins,  Alexander,  of  Challock,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Gofinch,  s.  p.,  v., 
30  and  upwards,  d,  of  Stephen 
Gofinch,  late  of  Kennington,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Aug.  15,  1631.  No/e. 
In  the  margin  "  Vacat  quia  mulier 
est  neptis  uxoris  dci.  Atkins,  ex 
sororis." 

Atkins,  Alexander,  of  Challock,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Dorothy  Yonge, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Oct.  9,  1632. 

Atkins,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Jenkin,  s.  p.  w., 
about  33,  relict  of  Thomas  Jenkin, 
s.  p.,  sailor,  dec.  about  3  years  since. 
At  same.     July  6,  1621. 

Atkins,  John,  of  Eastwell,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Dadd,  s.  p.  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Matthew  Dadd  of 
Kennington,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.Margaret's,  Cant.  Oct.  16,  1637. 

Atkins,  Peter,  of  Molash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Miles,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  John  IMiles, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.     May  22,   1623. 

Atkins,  Richard,  of  Bilsington,  husb., 
widr.,    and    Grace  Jeakine  of  Mer- 


sham, w.  of  Richard  Jeakine,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  May  2, 
1633.     fe  Adkins. 

Atkinson,  Richard,  of  Lynstead,  butcher, 
widr.,  and  Barbara  Walgrave,  s.  p., 
V  ,  about  23,  d.  of  William  Walgrave 
of  Dover,  who  consents.  At  Lyn- 
stead.    Dec.  17,  1633. 

Attaway,  Stephen,  of  S.  Dunstan's,Cant., 
blacksmith,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Ellen 
Flower,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
[blank]  Flower  of  the  city  of  London, 
tailor,  who  consents.  At  tlacking- 
ton.  William  Nutbrowne  of  Hack- 
ington,  husb.,  bonds.    Oct.  12,  1635. 

Attiiawe,  John,  of  St.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, maltster,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Elizabeth  Allen  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Thomas 
Allen,  s  p.,  Jurat,  who  consents. 
At  All  Saints'  Cant.  Oct.  1,  1628. 
A^o/e.   J.  A.  signed  "John  Att  PLawe." 

Atwater,  Joshua,  of  Ashford,  mercer,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Alice 
Caffinch  of  Tenterden,  v.,  about  19, 
d.  of  John  Caflinch,  s.  p.,  butcher, 
who  consents.  At  Tenterden  or 
Halden.     Jan.   13,  1634. 

Atwaters,  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  F^lizabeth  Packman 
of  Otterden,  w.  of  Michael  Packman, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ulcombe.  Richard 
Attwaters  of  Lenham,  husb.,  and 
Jacobus  Mantle  of  Chartham,  j-eom., 
bonds.     July  25,  1637. 

Atwell,  F-llias  [Atwells  in  the  margin], 
of  S.  Dunstan's  Cant.,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Lee  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
v.,  40  and  upwards.  At  Waltham. 
Thomas  Whineates  of  Cant.,  barber, 
bonds.     Oct.  2,    1632. 

Atwell,  Thomas,  of  Plymouth  in  Devon- 
shire, merchant,  widr.,  and  Winni- 
frith  Scoules  of  Maidstone,  v.,  about 
28,  d.  of  Ralph  Scoules,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents  by  letter.  At  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover.  Thomas  Flo3'd  of  Dover, 
g.,  bonds.     Aug.  19,   1634. 

Atwood,  Edward,  of  Elmslead,  yeom., 
with'.,  and  Helen  Cloake,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  of  Samuel  Cloake,  s. 
p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At  St.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Attwood  of  Hardres 
Magna,  yeom., bonds. March  19, 1635. 

Atwood,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  30,  whose  father, 
Matthew  Atwood,  consents,  and 
Margery     Harman,     s.     p.,     w.    of 


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Thomas  Harman,  late  of  S.  Margaret 
Atcliff,  dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Fobert  Clagget  of  Cant.,  haber- 
dasher, and  John  Ward,  s.  p.,  joiner, 
bonds.     Nov.  17,  1640. 

Atwood,  Matthew,  of  Buckland  n. 
Dover,  sailor,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Clarke  of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant., 
w.  of  Edward  Clarke,  late  of  Cant., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's.  Cant.  John 
Merser  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.  May 
0,  1641. 

Attwood,  Peter,  of  Ashford,  tailor,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Joan  Coker  of  Bra- 
bourne,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Stephen  Coker,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Aug.  30,  1623. 

Atwood,  William,  of  Dover  Castle,  gun- 
ner, ba.,  about  28,  son  of  Matthew 
Atwood  of  Buckland  n.  Dover, 
tailor,  wlio  makes  this  allegation, 
and  Faith  Avery  of  the  same  Castle, 
v.,  about  28,  d.  of  John  Avery  of 
Hougham,  yeom.  At  B.  n.  Dover. 
William  Lithall  of  Cant.,  baker, 
bonds.     Sept.  16,  1641. 

Aucher,  Anthony,  of  Westwell,  g.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  Sharpe,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  John  Sharps, 
s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     Sept.  23,  1622. 

Aucher,  Richard,  of  Westwell,  g.,  ba  , 
about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Fill  of 
Rainham,  w.  of  William  Fill,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Rainham  or  Upchurch. 
Jan.  13,  1640. 

Aucher,  Valentine,  of  Birchington, 
yeom.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Sampson, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Jeremy  Sam- 
pson of  S.  John's,  in  Thanet,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S  Andiew's, 
Cant.  George  Stancombe  of  Birch- 
ington, clerk,  bonds.  March  9,  1636. 

Audley,  John,  and  Elizabeth  Mihill,  of 
Bishopsbourne.  At  same.  Dec.  4, 
1641. 

Audly,  Richard,  of  Bishopsbourne, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
Laurence  Audly,  consents,  and 
IMary  Kingsmill  of  Kingstone,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Thomas  Kingsmil, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Oct.    13,  1645. 

Audry,  John,  of  Chilham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  and  Agnes  Scott,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  James  Scott, 
late  of  Houghton  Blean,  dec,  and 
of  Joan  Litlewood,   alias  Scott,   her 


mother,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Jan.  24,  1619. 

August,  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Jane  Gardner,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Edward  Gardner 
of  Cranbrook,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Browne  of  Lenham, 
vintner.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  7,  1638. 

Austen,  David,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
fisherman,  widr.,  and  Agnes  Moyse 
of  Sturry,  v.,  about  16  or  17,  d.  of 
Adiian  Moyse,  s.  p.,  ropemaker,  who 
consents.  At  Sturry  or  Fordwich. 
Jan.  23,  1643. 

Austen,  Edmund,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Ann  Carter  of  Petham, 
v.,  about  25,  whose  friends  are  dead. 
At  Elmstone.     July  17,  1624. 

Austen,  Francis,  of  Folkestone,  g.,  widr., 
about  32,  and  Jane  Spicer  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  w.  of  Henry  Spicer 
late  of  Cant.,  innholder,  dec.  At 
Waldershare.     Sept.  28,  16!9. 

Austen,  George,  of  I'ilmanstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  24,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann 
Chilton  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
25,  d.  of  Stephen  Chilton  of  Sand- 
wich, dec.  about  8  years  since,  also 
at  her  own  govt.  At  Thanington. 
April  23,  162L 

Awsten,  George,  of  Goudhurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Iden  Wiseman  of 
Hythe,  w.,  about  22,  relict  of  John 
Wiseman,  late  s.  p.,  mercer,  dec. 
about  12  months  since.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.  Richard  Awsten 
of  Benenden,  clerk,  bonds.  June 
10,  1623. 

Austen,  George,  of  Egerton,  carpenter, 
widr.,  about  58,  and  Mary  Haffentlen 
of  Tenterden,  w.,  about  47,  relict  of 
George  Haftenden,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Smarden,  because  Mr.  Cosbie, 
minister  there,  is  their  very  good 
friend,  and  [it  is]  the  place  where 
she  was  born,  which  makes  them  to 
be  the  more  desirous  to  be  married 
there.     Sept.  5,  1627. 

Awsten,  George,  and  Thomasine  Marsh, 
of  Boughton  Blean.  At  same.  May 
18,  1631. 

Austen,  George,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ursula  Swaine,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Christopher 
Swaine  of  Dover,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  John 
Kennet   of    B.    Blean,    cook,    and 


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Jacobus  Hamon  of  Harbledown,  weaver, 

bonds.     Aug.  13,  1642. 
Austen,    Henry,  of   Rolvenden,    yeom., 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Agnes  Turner,  s.  p.,  maiden,  "about 
19  and  upwards,"  d.  of  John  Turner, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  3  years  since. 
Richard  Seer,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  testifies 
to    the    consent   of    Alice    Austen, 
mother  of   Henry,    and  of   [blank] 
Elliott,  alias  Turner,  wife  of  James 
Elliott,    s.    p.,    mother  of  the    said 
Agnes   Turner.     At    S.    Margaret's, 
Cant.     Aug.   15,  1620. 
Austen,  Henry,  of  Chilham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Agnes  Marshe,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  who,  her  father  being 
dead,  is  now  in  the  custody  of  Jonas 
Inge  the  elder  of  Cant.,  her  guardian, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Jonas 
Inge  the  younger,  his  son.     At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     May  4,  1626. 
Awsten,  Henry,  of  Birchington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann  Ambrose,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  William  Ambrose,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     Feb.  6,  1629. 
Austen,   Henry,   of  Loose,  tanner,   ba., 
about  23,  son  of  John  Austen,  s.  p., 
who     consents,   and    Alice    VVithin- 
brooke,   of  Maidstone,  v.,  about   19, 
d.    of   Robert  Withinbrooke,   s.    p., 
maltster,   who  makes  and  signs   this 
allegation.      At   Maidstone.       Feb. 
13,  1637. 
Austen,   John,   of  Cranbrook,   clothier, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Dorothy  Anna- 
way,   s.   p.,    w.,   about  39,   relict   of 
Nicholas  Annaway,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec. 
At   Sandhurst.     Oct.  23,  1621. 
Awsten,  John,   of  Bridge,  tanner,   ba  , 
24     and     upwards,     and     Margaret 
Coppin    of  Bekesbourne,  v.,    about 
22,  d.  of  John  Coppin,  s.  p.,  g. ,  who 
consents.     At     S.    Martin's,     Cant. 
Aug.  1,  1629. 
Austen,    John,    of   Holy   Cross,    Cant, 
miller",    ba.,  about  26,  whose  father. 
Richard  Austen,  consents,  and  Cath- 
erine  Elscombe,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22 
or   23,    d.  of  [blank]  Elscombe    of 
Tenterden,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified    by  William  Tatnall   of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  miller.     At  Preston 
n.  Wingham.     Simon   Cuckow  of  S. 
Peter's,    Cant.,     silkweaver,    bonds. 
Feb.  11,  1642. 
Austen,    John,    of  Chislet,   husb.,    ba., 
about    24,    and    Mary    Bateman    of 


Sturry,    v.,    about    25,    d.     of     Michael 
Bateman,  s.  p.,    who   consents,  as  is 
testified  by  George  Austen  of  Hoath. 
At   S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Feb.  8,   1643. 
Awsten,    Joseph,     of  Rye    in    Sussex, 
vintner,   ba.,  about  23,  at  his   own 
govt.,  and  AnnBarham  of  S.  Clement's 
in   Sandwich,   spr.,  about   18,   d.   of 
Robert    Barham,    s.   p.,    innholder, 
who   consents,  as   is  testified  by   his 
brother,     Charles     Barham.     At    S. 
Clement's  in  S.     Oct.  13,  1637. 
Austen,    Joseph,    of    S.     Lawrence    in 
Thanet,   vintner,   widr.,  and   Agnes 
Briant,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27.     At  same, 
or  at  S.  Mar}''s  in  Sandwich.     John 
Williamson,    of  Cant.,    beerdrawer, 
bonds.     March  27,  1641. 
Awsten,     Leonard,      of     Tilmanstone, 
yeom.,     ba.,    about    54,    and     Joan 
Player  of  S.  Andrew's  Cant.,  v  ,  about 
24,  d.  of  Thomas  Flayer,  s.  p  ,  linen- 
draper,    who  consents.     At   S.    Mi- 
chael's, Harbledown.     Feb.  9,  1632. 
Austen,   Michael,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Catherine  Falkner  of 
Bettishanger,    v.,    about    25,    d.    of 
Elizabeth,  wife  of  John  .Adams,  who 
consents,  as   is   testified    by    Roger 
Falkner  of  Eastry,  tailor.     At  S.  M. 
Brcdin's,  Cant.     Dec.  18,  1645. 
Austin,    Paul,    of  Boughton    IMalherbe, 
carpenter,  widr.,  and  Susanna  Fuller, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Fuller,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.    June 
I,  1641. 
Awsten,    Perigrine,    of    S.     INIildred's, 
Cant.,  husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ellen 
Yorke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  40.     At  same. 
Arthur    Middleton,    s.    p.,    surgeon, 
and  Ingram  Atwell,  s   p.,  bricklayer, 
bonds.'    May  25,  1635. 
Austen,  Richard,  of  Brook,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Woodland 
of  Horton,  maiden,  about  21,  d.  of 
Philip    Woodland,    dec,    and    now 
abiding   with    Elizabeth  Woodland, 
alias  Cloake,  her  mother,  who  con- 
sents.    At  Brook.     April  25,   1620. 
Austen,  Richard,  of   Waltham,   yeom., 
widr.,  about  52,  and  Fiiswith  Ladd 
of   Elham,    w.,  about  48,    relict    of 
'1  homas   Ladd,    late    of    Saltwood, 
yeom.,  dec.  about  7  rears  since.     At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant. '  Nov.  28,  1620. 
Austen,  Richard,  of  Brook,  and  Eliza- 
beth Raynes,  s.  p.    At  Brook.    Dec. 
10,  162L 


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Austen,  Richard,  of  Staplehurst,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Ayers 
of  Hcadcorn,  w.,  about  25,  relict  of 
William  Ayers,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Nov.  21,  1626. 

Austen,  Robert,  of  Saltwood,  ycom.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Margaret  Cheesman, 
s.  p.,  \v.  of  William  Cheesman,  s.  p  , 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
William  Writtle  of  Saltwood,  yeom., 
bonds.     Dec.  16.  1645. 

Awsten,  Samuel,  of  Hythe,  clothier,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann 
Wiseman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
mother  consents.  In  the  chapel  of 
Hythe.     June  9,  1629. 

Austen,  Stephen,  of  Staplehurst,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Patience  Hart  of 
Chart  n.  Sutton,  w.,  about  30.  At 
Chart  n.  Sutton.     July  16,  1619. 

Austen,  Thomas,  of  Newington  n. 
Hythe,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  56,  and 
Ann  Harris  of  Brenzett,  w.,  about 
47,  relict  of  Alexander  Harris,  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  At  S.  Mary's  in  the 
Marsh.     Feb.  11.  1621. 

Awsten,  Thomas,  of  Goudhurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Awsten,  s.  p.,  maiden,  20,  d.  of 
John  Awsten,  s.  p.,  mercer,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Samuel 
Twisden,  s.  p.  At  Benenden,  for 
that  Mr.  Awsten,  the  minister  there, 
is  her  uncle,  and  intends  to  give  the 
wedding  dinner.     Nov.  13,  1627. 

Austen,  Thomas,  of  Woodchurch.yeom., 
widr.,  and  Cicely  Fagg  of  Allington, 
w.  of  [blank]  Fagg,  late  dec.  At 
Allington.  George  Winter  of  All- 
ington, yeom.,  bonds.  June  26, 
1635. 

Austin,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  seaman,  ba., 
21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary  Edge, 
s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of  Mary 
Edge,  alias  Bolt,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  her  son,  John  Edge. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Jan. 
26,  1640. 

Austen,  Valentine,  of  Brook,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Jane  Terrell,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Mary  Terrell,  alias 
Dence,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
same.     Sept.  24,  1625. 

Austen,  Valentine,  of  Wye,  maltster, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Sheafe,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Sarah  Sheafe,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Edmond  Sheafe,  her  brother.   At 


S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Timothy  Tither- 
ton  of  Wye,  yeom.,  bonds.  July 
29,  1634. 
Austen,  Valentine,  of  Chislet,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  Robert 
Austen,  consents,  and  Mary  Nor- 
wood, s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Richard  Norwood,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  William  Browne  of  Heme, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Jan.  5,  1638. 

Austen,  William,  of  Wingham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ann  Solley  of  Woodnesborough, 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Solley, 
s.  p..  yeom.,  who  consents.  At 
Woodnesborough.     Feb.  4,  1621. 

Austen,  William,  of  Cranbrook,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Sarah  Wybourne 
of  Staplehurst,  maiden,  about  23,  d. 
of  John  Wybourne,  late  of  Smarden. 
yeom.,  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Sept. 
6,  1624. 

Austen,  William,  of  Waltham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Catherine  Ladd 
of  Great  Hardres,  v.,  about  31,  d. 
of  Friswith  Ladd,  alias  Austen,  wife 
of  Richard  Austen  of  Waltham,  who 
consents.  At  Great  Hardres. 
William  Stacie,  clerk,  rector  of  G. 
Hardres,  bonds.     Aug.  10,  1626. 

Awsten,  William,  of  Woodchurch.yeom., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Margaret  Culling 
of  S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  maiden,  about 
22,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Alphage. 
Robert  Tilden  of  Tenterden,  saddler, 
bonds.     May  29,  1627. 

Austen,  William,  of  Cranbrook,  mercer, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Susan  Sabb  of  Goudhurst,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  Simon  Sabb,  s.  p.,  clothier, 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Richard  (.?)  Austen  of  Benenden, 
clerk,  and  John  Austen,  s.  p.,  g., 
bonds.     July  1,  1629. 

Austen,  William,  of  Stone  in  Oxney, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Ann 
Castleden  of  Rolvenden,  w.,  about 
30,  relict  of  Peter  Castleden,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Stone  or  Rolvenden. 
May  25,  1630. 

Awsten,  William,  of  Bicknor,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Susan  Bacheler,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.     Sept.,  2,  1630. 

Austen,  William,  of  Wingham,  yeom., 
widr.,   and    Mary   Hover,    s.   p.    v., 


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about  26,  d.  of  Thomas  Hover  of 
"Baucham  in  Sussex,"  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Nichols  of 
Wingham,yeom.  AtWingham.  Sept. 
1,  16^8. 

Austen,  William,  of  Wingham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Davies  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  w.  of  Fulke  Davies, 
laie  s.  p.,  g.,  dec.  At  Adisham. 
George  Vandepeere  of  Cant.,  joiner, 
bonds.     Feb.  17,  1639. 

Austen,  William,  of  Ashford,  tailor,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Ann  Stonehurst  of  Kennington,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Robert  Stonehurst 
of  Kingsnorth,  3'eom.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  S.  Peter's  Cant.  Roger 
May  of  Willesborough,  g.,  bonds. 
Sept.  £0,  1645. 

Austrey,  Daniel,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
grocer,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Bridge 
of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  v.,  about 
19,  d.  of  William  Brige,  s.  p.,  grosser, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  his 
son,  John  Bridge  of  S.  Alphage, 
grosser.  At  S.  Rlichael's,  Harble- 
down.     Nov.  19,  1633. 

Avard,  Edmund,  of  Horsmanden, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Elizabeth 
Tailor  of  Tenterden,  v.,  about  30, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  Bet- 
hersden.  William  Swift  of  Cant., 
gardener,  bonds.     April  27,  1636. 

Averill,  Anthony,  of  Heme,  school- 
master, ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Butler,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  28,  relict  of  Thomas  Butler, 
late  s.  p.,  carpenter,  dec.  about  12 
months  since.  At  Thanington.  July 
8,  1622. 

Avery,  Edward,  of  Stodmarsh,  husb., 
ba.,23  and  upwards,  al  his  own  govt., 
and  Mary  Cockley  of  S.  Lawrence 
in  Thanet,  w.,  about  20,  relict  of 
Thomas  Cockley,  late  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  At  S.  Lawrence.  April  3, 
1624. 

Avery,  Robert,  of  Biddenden,  joiner, 
ba.,  about  21,  son  of  Robert  Avery 
the  elder  of  Chichester  in  Sussex, 
who,  it  is  affirmed,  consents,  and 
Margaret  Ely  of  Biddenden,  spr., 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Mildred'.s,  Cant.  Aug.  19,  1639. 

Axon,  a/iiis  Axton,  William,  clerk,  LL. 
B.,  rector  of  Great  Chart,  ba.,  about 
35,  and  Grace  Djiie  of  Ashford,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  John  Dyne,  s.  p.,  g., 


who  consents.  At  G.  Chart,  Ashford 
or  Bethersden.     Aug.  24,  1642. 

Axted,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
mercer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary 
Patiison  of  S.Clement's  in  Sandwich, 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Gilbert 
Patyson,  late  s.  p.,  woollendraper, 
dec.  about  5  years  since,  and  now 
under  the  govt,  of  Joan  Forstall,  s. 
p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  husband,  Henry  Forstall.  At  S. 
Clement's,  aforesaid.     Jan.  7,  1622. 

Axtell,  John,  of  Newington  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  husb.,  ba.,  about  38,  and 
Elizabeth  Branford,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  John  Branford,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Joseph 
Jefterv,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.     Aug.  13,  1640. 

Axton,  William.     Sie  Axon,  William. 

Ayers,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  23,  and  Elizabeth  Price,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  25,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Sept.  18,  1627. 

Ayerst,  John,  of  Boughton  Malhcrbe, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  45,  and  Judith 
W^orceter  of  East  Sutton,  v.,  about 

20,  d.  of  [blank]  Worccter,  s.  p , 
whoconsents.  At  E.  Sutton.  Jaco- 
bus W^eekes  of  B.  Malherbe,  husb., 
bonds.     May  22,  1634. 

Ayler,  Robert,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  20,  son  of  Henry  Ayler,  s.  p., 
mariner,  and  Dorothy  Hilles,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about28,d.  of  Robert  Hilles, 
s.  p.,  victualler,  who  consents.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.     Sept.  12,  1625. 

Aylett,  Edward,  of  S.  John's  in  1  hanet, 
g.,  ba.,  about  28  or  29,  and  Ann 
Greenham  of  Faversham,  v.,  about 

21,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
Faversham  or  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  Francis  Parker  of  S.  John's, 
in  T.,  g.,  and  Francis  Jeffery  of 
Preston  n.  Faversham,  g.,  bonds. 
Dec.  15,  1642. 

Bacheler,  See  Batcheler. 

Bachell,  George,  of  Wickhambreux, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Hues  of  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
John  Hues  of  Elham,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  April!  7,  1637. 

Back,  Anthony,  and  Susan  Tilby,  of 
Lenham.   At  same.     Feb,  21,    1624. 

Backe,  Arnold,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Fran- 
ces  Coveney   of    Hastingleigh,    v., 


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about  21,  d.  of  John  Coveney  s.  p., 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Than- 
ington.  Thomas  Andrew  of  Hinx- 
hill,  yeom.,  bonds.     June  17,    1636. 

Back,  Edward,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann 
Clarke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     June  22,  1629. 

Backe,  Kennctt,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Bull  of  Bra- 
bourne,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
John  Bull,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec.,  and 
now  abiding  with  John  Bull  s.  p.,  g., 
her  brother,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.     Nov.  9,  1622. 

Backe,  Kennett,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  36,  and  Margaret 
Tompson  of  Elham,  v.,  about  27, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testfied 
by  John  Bull  of  Biabourne,  g.  At 
S.   Alphage,   Cant.     Oct.  20,   1628. 

Back,  Richard,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  64,  and 
Frances  Verseline,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
33,  relict  of  Nicholas  Verseline,  lale 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Evanns 
Haidocke,  clerk,  vicar  of  Milton 
aforesaid,  bonds.     Oct.  12,  1626. 

Backe,  Robert,  of  Ashford,  woollen- 
draper,  ba.,  about  2.5,  and  Jane 
March  of  Hythe,  maiden,  about  19, 
d.  of  William  March,  s.  p.,  Jurat, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Bedingfield  of  Cant.,  haber- 
dasher.    At  Hythe.     Nov.  30,  1627. 

Backe,  Robert,  of  Ashford,  woollen- 
draper,  widr.,  and  Martha  Brett  of 
Wye,  v.,  about  22,  d.  ofPercival  Brett, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  \V)e. 
Feb.  22,  1632. 

Backe,  Robert,  the  younger,  of  God- 
mersham,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  24  or 
25,  whose  father,  Robert  Backe, 
consents,  and  Catherine  Court,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  17  or  18,  d.  of  William 
Court,  s.  p  ,  yeom.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  same,  or  at  Elmstead. 
Clement  Court  of  Waltham,  yeom., 
bonds.     March  20,  1640. 

Backe,  Thomas,  of  Kennington,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ellen 
Sawldns  of  Lyminge,  maiden,  about 
20,  d.  of  James  Sawkins,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Nicholas  Sawkins  of  Lyminge,  g., 
bonds.     June  22,  1620. 


Backe,  Thomas,  of  Hinxhill,  widr.,  and 
Millicent  Hughes  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  w.  of  Leonard  Hughes,  late 
of  Woodnesborough,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Northgate,  Cant.     Sept.  5,  1644. 

Backe,  William,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, grosser,  widr.,  about  28,  and 
Mercy  Lott,  s.  p.,  v.,  aliout  23,  d.  of 
Joshua  Lott  of  Stockbury,  who  con- 
sents. At  S  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Oct.  8,  1627. 

Backenden,  George. — Nicholas  Chan- 
trey  of  Eastwell,  tailor,  alleges  that 
George  Backenden,  s.  p.,  husb., 
widr.,  an  ancient  servant  of  the 
Right  Hon.  the  Earl  of  Winchilsea, 
who  by  reason  of  his  age  is  unable 
to  come  in  person,  intends  to  marry 
Bridget  Hovenden,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
54,  also  servant  to  the  said  Earl.  At 
Boughton  Aluph.  "This  was  after- 
wards altered  to  Kennington  or 
Eastwell.''  Thomas  Speck  of  Cant., 
harnessmaker,  bonds.  July  15,  1639. 

Backley,  Anthony,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  seaman,  widr.,  and  Joan 
Thomas  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Alice  Thomas,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  son-in-law,  John  Lee.  At  S. 
M.  Bredin's.  John  Haslewood  of 
Dover,  cordwainer,  bonds.  Feb.  25, 
1639. 

Backsted,  John,  of  Davington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Mildred  Dad,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  [blank]  Dad 
of  Luddenham,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Michael 
Backsted  of  Badlesmere,  yeom.,  and 
Walter  Backsted  ofThrowley,  husb  , 
bonds.     June  1,  1629. 

Badcocke(BaIdockinS.  George's  Reg.), 
James,  of  West  Hythe,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Wreight  of  Newington 
n.  Hythe,  w.  of  William  Wreight, 
late,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.  John  Page  of  Newington, 
miller,  and  Nicholas  Wreight  of 
Cant.,  innholder,  bonds.  March  9, 
1633.  IVo/e.  See  Hardinge,  Thomas, 
same  date. 

Bad  nor,  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  cooper. 
La.,  about  23,  and  Ann  Goble  of 
Ashford,  v.,  about  18,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  under  the 
govt,  of  her  aunt,  Margaret  Allen, 
a/ias    Badnor,     who     consents.     At 


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Ashford.  Edward  Nower  of  Ashford, 
g.,  bonds.     Dec.  22,  1636. 

Bageant,  John,  of  Folkestone,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  .50,  and  Emme  Clement, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  54,  relict  of  John 
Clement  of  S.  Margaret  at  Cliff, 
yeom.,  dec.  about  2  years  since.  At 
Hawkinge.     June  5,  1621. 

Badgeant,  John,  of  Folkestone,  maltster, 
widr.,  about  58,  and  Elizabeth  Car- 
den,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30.  At 
same.     Feb.  21,  1626. 

Badgeant,  William,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Elizabeth  Boys  of 
Coldred,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Edward 
Boys,  dec.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover. 
Edward  Boys  of  St.  Benet's  Coll., 
Cambridge,  g.,  bonds.  Nov.  16,  1632. 

Bagfett,  John,  of  Charlton  n.  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt , 
and  Catherine  Barrington  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Francis  Barrington,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Robert  Owen 
of  Charlton,  turner.  At  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover.  Aug.  5,  1633. 

Bagnall,  Henry,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
mason,  widr.,  and  Ann  Besbeech  of 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  v.,  about  37.  At 
Goodnestone  n.  Faversham.  Richard 
Wood  of  Holy  Cross,  distiller,  and 
William  Shotwater  of  S.  Dunstan's, 
brewer,  bonds.     June  18,  1633. 

Bailey  (Baylie),  Daniel,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich,  beerbrewer,  widr.,  about 
38,  and  Joan  Kingsford  of  S.  Clem- 
ent's in  Sandwich,  maiden,  about  29, 
d.  of  John  Kingsford,  late  of  Ham, 
yeom.,  dec.  about  14  years  since, 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Ham,  "  by 
reason  that  her  brother,  Thomas 
Kingsford,  intendeth  to  give  them 
their  wedding  dinner."  Jan.  19,  1621. 

Bayly,  Isaac,  of  Brook,  and  Mary  Hamon 
of  Flythe.  At  Hythe.  Feb.  18,   1625. 

Bayly,  Israel,  and  Joan  Henly  of  Bough- 
ton  Aluph.    At  same.    Jan.  26,  1626. 

Baily,  [ames,  of  Cranbrook,  cooper,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Martha  Reades,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  Samuel  and  Joan  Reades, 
late  s.  p..  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Oct.  1,  1623. 

Bailey,  James,  of  Patrixbourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Aphra  Dodd,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Michael  Dodd,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Oct.  14,  1635. 


Bayly,  James,  of  Hoath,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Scrimshaw  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  w.  At  Hackington  or  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Feb.' 27,  1638. 

Bally,  Jeremy,  of  Tenterden,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Pelham,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  40. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Lander 
of  Tenterden,  and  Daniel  Short,  s. 
p.,  clothiers,  bonds.     Oct.  9,  1634. 

Baylie,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
vintner,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Lowe  of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  Christopher  Lowe,  s.  p., 
saddler,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
bv  Anthony  Carter,  s.  p.,  vintner. 
At  All  Saints'.     May  23,  1630. 

Baily,  John,  of  Chartham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Ann  Dadd  of  Bekes- 
bourne,  v.,  about  the  like  age,  d.  of 
Aphra  Bayly,  alias  Dadd,  now  wife 
of  James  13ayley  of  Patrixbourne, 
yeom.,  v/ho  consents.  At  Patrix- 
bourne. July  2,  1636.  Nole.  This 
allegation  is  signed  by  John  Baily 
(his  mark)  and  by  "  Affra  bayly" 
herself. 

Baylie,  John,  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
bricklayer,  ba.,  22  and  upwards, 
whose  father,  Ralph  Bayly,  s.  p., 
bricklayer,  consents,  and  Mary 
Wraight  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John  Wraight 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  rippier,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Tumber.  At  S.  M.  North - 
gate.  Cant.  Richard  Rider  of  S.  M. 
N.,  Cant.,  victualler,  bonds.  July  3, 
1641. 

Bayly,  John,  of  Westwell,  sawyer,  widr., 
and  Bridget  Suter  of  Pluckley,  v., 
about  28,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Suter,  alias 
Bulbick,  wife  of  John  Bulbick,  s.  p., 
joiner,  who  consents.  At  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.     July  25,  1642. 

Bayly,  John,  of  S.  Rlary's  in  Dover, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Dorothy 
Seward,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  34,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Feb.  9,  1643. 

Bayly,  Joseph,  of  Brookland,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  39,  and  Mary  Elliot  of 
Hope  All  Saints,  v.,  about  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Nov.  21,  1636. 

Bayly,  Richard,  of  Frittenden,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Sleyney  of  Staplehurst, 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Alice  Sleyny,  alias 


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Hamon,  wife  of  Peter  Hamon,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  16,  1639. 

Baylie,  Robert,  of  Faversham,  seaman, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Blackborne,  s. 
p.,  w.  At  Luddenham.  John  Jones 
of  Faversham,  maltster,  bonds.  Sept. 
14,  1638. 

Bayley,  Samuel,  of  Cranbrook,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  33,  and  Elizabeth  Couch- 
man,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Rebecca 
Couchman,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Richard  Owre,  s.  p., 
yeom.   At  Headcorn.    Sept.  21,  1626. 

Bayley,  Thomas,  of  Selling,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Mary  Worldly,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  21,  d.  of  John 
Worldly,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.    July  8,  1620. 

Baylie,  Thomas,  of  Frittenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Bat- 
hurst,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  whose 
mother,  Margaret  Eathurst,  w.,  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  William  Webb 
of  Charing,  butcher.  At  (joudhurst, 
because  the  maiden  hath  an  uncle 
living  at  Horsemonden,  who  will 
bestow  their  wedding  dinner  upon 
them.  John  Farley  of  Cant.,  tailor, 
bonds.     Feb.  7,   1626. 

Bayley,  Thomas,  of  Smeeth,  tailor,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Margaret  Sampson  of 
Wye,  v.,  21,  d.  of  Giles  Sampson,  s. 
p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  18,  1628. 

Bailey,  Thomas,  of  Fiittenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Deborah  Cooper 
of  Sandhurst,  w.  of  Jervase  Cooper, 
late,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Benenden. 
Richard  Bailey  of  Frittenden,  husb., 
bonds.     April  5,  1632. 

Baiiyffe,  Francis,  of  the  city  of  London, 
vintner,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Judith 
Colbiand  of  Ashford,  w.  of  Peter 
Colbrand,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Clare  of 
Ashford,  innholder,  bonds.  March 
13,  1636. 

Baker,  Bartholomew, of  Throwley,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  in  the  presence  of  his 
father,  John  Baker,  s.  p.,  husb.,  and 
Jane  Thrum  of  Molash,  v.,  about  36. 
AtMolash.     June  26,  1645. 

Baker,  Benjamin,  of  Old  Romney,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Fagg  of  Woodchurch, 
w.  of  John  Fagg,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  O.  Romney.  Aug.  16,  1641. 


Baker,  Christopher,  of  Heme,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Jane  Waddell,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Waddell  of  Sturry,  dec,  who  con- 
sents. (Sic,  but  "  deceased"  inter- 
lined.) At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
Oct.  6,   1626. 

Baker,  Edmund,  of  Folkestone,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Susan 
Manger,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Ezekiel  Manger, 
late  s.  p.,  cordwyner,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Feb.  9,  1623. 

Baker,  Edward,  ofNewington  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  and 
Elizabeth  Boate,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  Henry  Boate,  s.  p., 
g.,  who  consents.  At  same.  Dec.  20, 
1619. 

Baker,  Edward,  of  Kingsdown,  and  Ann 
Sayer  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  At  S. 
Andrew's.     Feb.  26,  1619. 

Baker,  Edward,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
above  21,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Barbara  Pryor.  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  27,  d.  of  Daniel  Pryor,  late 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec,  and  now  living 
with  her  mother,  Barbara  Pryor,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  i)y 
Andrew  Omer,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At 
Elmstone.     Feb.  2,  1620. 

Baker,  Edward,  of  New  Romney,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Swift 
of  Stone  in  O.xney,  v.,  about  22, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  John  Woodrough  of  Stone  in 
O.,  butcher.  At  Stone.  Oct.  10, 1636. 

Baker,  Francis,  of  River,  miller,  widr., 
and  Ann  Savage  of  Folkestone,  v., 
about  32.  At  Barham.  Thomas 
Culmer  of  Folkestone,  miller,  bonds. 
July  18,  1637. 

Baker,  Gregory,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
butcher,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Thomasinc  Mills  of  Hoth- 
field,  v.,about22.  d.of[blank]  Mills, 
alias  Hall,  now  wife  of  Christopher 
Hall,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Nov.  5,  1635. 

Baker,  Henry,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
baker,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Agnes  Foate,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
24,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     Aug.  23,  1626. 

Baker,  Henry,  of  Faversham,  haber- 
dasher, ba.,  about  27,  and  Paulina 
Beauty,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  whose 
parents,  are  dead,  and  she  now  at  the 
govt,  of  her  brother,  James  Beauty, 


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who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Na- 
tlianiel  Besbeech,  s.  p.,  g.  At 
same.  George  Bradfcild,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
bonds.     June  24,  1639. 

Baker,  Jolm,  of  Chart  n.  Sutton  Valence, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Mary  Web,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
24,  d.  of  Thomas  Web,  s.  p.,  miller, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Johnson,  s.  p.  g.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     April  30,  1627. 

Baker,  |ohn,  of  St.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
g.,  ba.,  about  48,  and  Mildred  White, 
s.  p.,  spr.,  about  22,  d.  of  William 
White,  s.  p.,  who  signifies  his  con- 
sent "  by  letters  sent  vnder  his 
marke."  At  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet. 
Aug.  5,  1630. 

Baker,  John,  and  Catherine  Langridge, 
of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  At  same. 
Jan.  9,  1631. 

Baker,  John,  of  Little  Chart,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  ]\Iary  Barlinge  of  Faver- 
sham,  w.  of  Richard  Barlinge,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Otterden.  Edward 
Hales  of  Faversham,  g.,  bonds.  April 
4.  1633. 

Baker,  John,  of  Seasalter,  husb.,  ba., 
about  45,  and  Agnes  Howson  ot 
Whitstable,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
William  Howson  of  Hernc,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
John  Milksted  of  Seasalter,  husb., 
bonds.     Oct.    3,  1633. 

Baker,  John,  of  Postling,  yeom..  ba., 
about  30,  and  Catherine  Mantle  of 
"  Horton  Monachorum,"  v.,  d.  of 
Walter  Mantell,  s.  p..  Esquire,  who 
consents.    At  Sellinge.    July  4,  1637. 

Baker,  John,  of  Stone  in  Oxncy,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Margaret  East,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  William  East,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Hoare  of  Fairfield,  and  Thomas 
Burr  of  Brenzet,  yeomen,  bonds. 
Sept.  2.5,  1638. 

Baker,  John,  of  Warden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Ann  Pancase,  s.  p.,  w. 
At  same.     Feb.  21,   1638. 

Baker,  John,  of  Saltwood,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  31,  and  Alice  Wyld  of  Lympne, 
w.  of  William  Wild,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Lympne.  Richard  Wild  of 
Lympne,  yeom.,  bonds.  Aug.  1, 1639. 

Baker,  John,  of  Heme,  linen  weaver, 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  John 
Baker  of  Boughton  Blean,  linen 
weaver,   consents,    and    Thomasine 


Harrison  of  Heme,  w.  of  Robert 
Harrison,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.  Richard  Williamson 
of  Heme,  bricklayer,  bonds.  May 
17,  1642. 

Baker,  John,  of  Faversham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan  Cooke,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Henry  Cooke,  dec.  At 
Preston  n.  Faversham  or  Graveney. 
Jime  19,  1645. 

Baker,  RLitthew,  of  Maidstone,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Mary  Streater,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  21,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  under  the  govt. 
of  her  aunt,  one  Short,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Hanslett 
Goddenof  Thurnham.  At  Al!  Saints', 
Cant.     March  10,  1627. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Mary  Payne  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  17,  d.  of  William 
Payne,  s.  p.,  yeom,,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich.  May  10, 
1620. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Ruckinge,  husb., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Deborah  Al- 
cocke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  RL  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     May  16,   1625. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Folkestone,  miller, 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Sarah  Standley, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of  Peter 
Standley,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.     Sept.  29.  1626. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Throwley,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Atherie  Straine 
of  Ospringe,  v.,  aLout  21,  d.  of 
Simon  Straine  of  Sheldwich,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  St.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Sept.  14,  1629. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Folkestone,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Cicely  Maunger  of  Capel, 
w.  of  William  Maunger,  late  of 
Folkestone,  dec.  At  Capel.  July 
4,  1631. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Ruckinge,  yeom  , 
widr.,  and  Grace  Maytham  of  Beth- 
crsden,  v.,  about  40.  At  Bethersden. 
Aug.  17,  1636. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Boughton  Bkan, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mildred 
Wiley,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Wiley,  late 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Feb. 
16,  1G36. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Ash,  labourer,  widr.. 
and  Jane  Younge,  s.  p.,  w.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     William  Howard  of 


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the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  barber- 
surgeon,  bonds.     July  21,  1638. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  New  Romney, 
grocer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Margaret 
Hogben  of  Hythe,  v.,  about  18,  d. 
of  Richard  Hogbenn,  s.  p.,  chandler, 
who  consents.  At  Hythe.  William 
Haine  of  Cant.,  haberdasher,  bonds. 
Aug.  2,  1641. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Ruckinge,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Stevens  of 
Woodchurch,  w.  of  Thomas  Stevens, 
late  s.  p.,  dec  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Aug.  5,  1641. 

Baker,  Richard,  of  Lynstead,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Mary  Hart  of 
Charing,  v,'.  of  Joseph  Hart,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Iwade  or  Badlesmere. 
John  Collins  of  Lynstead,  g.,  bonds. 
March  12,  1645. 

Baker,  Robert,  of  Boughton  Blean,  and 
IMargery  Gregorie,  s.  d.  At  same. 
May  1,  1619. 

Baker,  Robert,  of  Old  Romney,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  45,  and  Elizabeth  Phil- 
pot,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
Thomas  Philpot,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Sept.  2,  1628. 

Baker,  Robert,  of  Chislet,  tailor,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Butler,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Butler,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
"Margaret's,  Cant.    July  1,  1630. 

Baker,  Robert,  of  Lynstead,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Cicely  Andrew  of  Charing,  v.,  about 
25,  whose  mother,  Rabedge  Androw, 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Reynoldes  of  Cant.,  woollendraper. 
AtEastling.     Sept.  18,    1632. 

Baker,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  basket- 
maker,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Jane  Goodladd  of 
Sellinge,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Richard 
Goodladd,  s.  p.,  butcher,  who  also 
consents.  At  Sellinge.  Thomas 
Gilbert  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
tanner,  bonds.     July  2,  1639. 

Baker,  Samuel,  S.  T.  P.,  Prebendary  of 
Canterbury,  and  Joan  Bray  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  At  the 
Cathedral,  Cant.,  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  Sturry  or  Faversham.  June 
25,  1642. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Stockbury,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Margaret  Cole,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  32,  relict  of  Thomas 
Cole,  late  of  Borden,  dec.  At  Stock- 
bury.     Dec.  14,  1624. 


Baker,  Thomas,  of  Chartham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Harrett,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  29,  at  her  own  govt.  At 
same.     Aug.  12,  1626. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Maidstone,  basket- 
maker,  ba.,  23  and  upwards,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Margaret  How- 
land  of  Charing,  v.,  about  22, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  Charing. 
Jan.  25,  1629. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Lynstead,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Catlett  of  Teynham, 
w.  of  John  Catlett,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Teynham.  John  Hait  of  Lyn- 
stead, yeom.,  bonds.     Dec.  29,  1631. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Folkestone,  mariner, 
ba  ,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Ward  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  spr.,  about  22,  d.  of  Sarah 
Ward,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
Hougham.  Jacobus  Jaggard  of 
Stepney  in  Middlesex,  chirurgeon, 
bonds.     April  24,  1633. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Folkestone,  carpen- 
ter, ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Elizabeth  Smeed,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30.  AtS.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Edward 
Baker  of  Folkestone,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     Oct.  21,  1633. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney,  clerk, 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  Mr. 
Richard  Baker,  consents,  and  Mary 
Parker,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Parker,  late 
dec.     At  same.     Jan.  15,  1633. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Lynstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Fagge,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Jane 
Fagge  of  Dover,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  Boughton  Blean.  Robert  Baker 
of  Lynstead,  yeom.,  bonds.  March 
1,  1633. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Davington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  3-5,  and  Ann  Vidgian  of 
Faversham,  w.  of  Andrew  Vidgian, 
late  dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Henry  Vidgian  of  Ospringe,  maltster, 
and  Richard  Baker  of  Lenham,  husb., 
bonds.     Feb.  20,  1636. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Sellinge,  beerbrewer, 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Mery  (sic)  Tom- 
linson,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about  24,  d.  of 
[blank]  Tomlinson  of  Brook,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Edward  Dodd  of  Sellinge,  yeom.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  William- 
son of  Cant.,  beerdrawer,  bonds. 
April  21,  1640. 

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Baker,  Thomas,  of  Hernhill,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Bennet  Jeninges  of  Ash, 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  John  Jeninges  of 
Faversham,  miller,  who  consents.  At 
Wingham.     May  28,  1642. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Fillman 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  w.  of  [blank] 
Fillman,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.  Joseph  Parkin  of 
Thanington,  barber,  bonds.  May 
13,  1643. 

Baker,  Thomas,  of  Eastry,  maltster,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Cath- 
erine Hamon,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d. 
of  Mildred,  the  wife  of  Christopher 
Waters,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  John 
Kennard  of  Ulcombe,  husb.,  bonds. 
June  17,  1644. 

Baker,  Walter,  of  Kingsdown,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Claggett  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  William 
Claggett,  s.  p.,  haberdasher,  who 
consents.  At  Boughton  Blean. 
Dec.  3,  1621. 

Baker,  William,  of  Faversham,  brewer, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan  Lilliat  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.,  w.  of  Thomas 
Lill)'at,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     July  29,  1624. 

Baker,  William,  of  Folkestone,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Margaret  Davys,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  24,  whose  mother,  one  widow 
Davyes  of  Hawkinge,  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Henry  Jenken  of  Cant., 
g.     At  Folkestone.     Sept.  27,  1624. 

Baker,  William,  of  Woodnesborough, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Jane 
Rigden  of  Nonington,  v.,  about  30, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.  Sept.  22,  1625. 

Baker,  William,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  g., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Susan  Mitchell  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  v.,  18  or  19,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  in  the  tuition 
and  charge  of  her  guardian,  [blank] 
Boycat,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Edward  Baker  of 
Cant.,  g.  At  S.  Alphage.  Nov.  12, 
1627. 

Baker,  William,  of  Dover,  vintner,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Petronell  Truelove  of 
Patrixbourne,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  one 
Truelove  of  Southfleet,  wlio  consents 


as  is  testified  by  Thomas  Lloyd,  g.  At 
S.  M.Magdalene.Cant.  Oct.l4, 1628. 

Baker,  Wilham,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  30.  and  Elizabeth  Stanton,  s. 
p.,  v.,  22  and  upwards,  d.  of  John 
Stanton,  dec,  and  of  Esther  Stanton, 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Ilutchens,  s.  p.,  sailor.  At 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.     Jan.  22.  1G29. 

Baker,  William,  of  Boxley,  and  Ann 
Stubberfieldof  Maidstone.  AtMaid- 
stone.     Feb.  12,  1633. 

Baker,  VVilliam,ofCranbrook,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  son  of  Samuel  Baker,  s.p., 
who  consents,  and  Mary  Moody,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.Margaret's,  Cant.    Oct.  23, 1639. 

Balcanqual I,  Walter,  clerk, D.D.,  parson 
of  Adisham,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Dame 
Elizabeth  Hamond  of  Bishopsbourne, 
w.,  about  33,  relict  of  Sir  William 
Hamond,  Knight,  late  of  St.  Albions 
in  the  parish  of  Nonington,  dec.  At 
Bishopsbourne.  John  Warner,  clerk, 
S.T.P.,  Prebendary  of  Cant.,  bonds. 
Sept.  20,  1624. 

Balden,  Siv  Baldwin. 

Baldock,  Anthony,  of  Little  Chart,  husb., 
ba.,  about  36,  and  Martha  Peck,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  37,  at  her  own  govt.  At 
same.     Feb.  21,  1638. 

Baldock,  George,  of  Charing,  husb.,  ba., 
24  and  upwards,  and  Alice  Pellant 
of  Egerton,  spr,,  about  26,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
March  29,  1628. 

Baldock,  Jacobus,  of  Preston,  and  Eliza- 
beth Lee  of  Westbeie.  At  Westbere. 
Dec.  23,  1620. 

Baldocke,  Robert,  of  Elham,  husb., 
widr.,  30  and  upwards,  and  Ann 
Easday,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  Stephen  Easday,  dec,  and  of 
[blank]  Easday  of  Willesborough, 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Giles  Masters  of  Elham,  g.  At 
Elham.     July  29,  1626. 

Baldock,  Robert,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
grocer,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Turner, 
s.p.,  w.  of  William  Turner,  late  of 
S.  Andrew's  Cant.,  dec.  At  All 
Saints'.  Ezekiel  Baldocke  of  S. 
Dunstan's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  Jan. 
21,  1633. 

Baldocke,  Thomas,  of  Heme,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Cocke,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Samuel  Cocke,  late  s.  p.,  dec  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.     Dec.  20,  1632. 


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Baldocke,  William,  of  Norton,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Gladcn  of  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  30.  At  [blank]. 
July  4,  1637. 

Baldocke,  William,  of  Norton,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Beechinge  of 
Chilham,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  [blank] 
Beaching,  s,  p.,  w.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Corke  of  Mil- 
stead,  husb.  At  Chilham.  Richard 
Corke  of  Frinstead,  husb.,  bonds. 
Aug.  5,  1639. 

Baldocke,  William,  of  East  Langdon, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Dilly,  s.  p.,  V ,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Sutton  n. 
Dover  or  Tilmanstone.  Jacobus 
Burvill  of  Tilmanstone,  clerk,  bonds., 
Sept.  14,  1640. 

Baldwin  (Balden),  Christopher,  of  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.,  vintner,  ba.,  about 
27,  and  Mary  Turner,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
29,  d.  of  Robert  Turner,  s.  p.,  inn- 
holder,  who  consents.  At  same. 
March  16,  1632. 

Baldwyne,  John,  of  Upchurch,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Dorothy  Smith 
of  Hartlip,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
mother,  Alice  Smith,  alias  Barrow, 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Gatley  of  Upchurch,  yeom.  At  Up- 
church.     June  14,  1626. 

Baulden,  Leonard,  of  Faversham,  g., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Dorothy  Morris, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of  John 
Morris,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ospringe, 
Oct.  30,  1619. 

Bawden,  alias  Baldwyn,  Michael,  of 
Eastchurch,  g.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Constance  Agmundisham,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  26,  d.  of  John  Ag- 
mundisham, late  of  Sussex,  dec,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Eastchurch. 
May  26,  1627. 

Baldwyn,  Richard,  of  Ulcombe,  g.,ba., 
about  26,  and  Margaret  Springett, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Robert 
Springett  of  Shadoxhurst,  g.,  who 
consents.  At  Ulcombe.  Philip 
Shute  of  Kennington,  g.,  bonds. 
April  10,  1640. 

Baldwin,  Robert,  of  S.Andrew's,  Cant., 
woollendraper.  ba.,  about  23,  and 
Martha  Chandler,  s.p.,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Thomas  Chandler,  s.p.,  butcher, 
who  consents.  At  same.  John 
Chandler  of  Cant.,  butcher,  bonds. 
Feb. 15,  1660. 


Balden,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Rebecca  Harloe, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of 
Thomas  Harloe,  s.  p.,  shipcarpenter, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Mr. 
John  Trowtes,  s.  p.,  sailor.  At  same. 
April  13,  1626. 

Baldwyn,  William  of  Halstow,  sailor, 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Hen- 
neker  of  Chilham,  maiden,  about  19, 
d.  of  Thomas  Henneker,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Feb.  17,  1622. 

Balden,  William,  of  Norton,  husb.,  widr, 
and  Mary  Cheesman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
John  Stredwick  of  Sts.  Cosmus  and 
"Damien  in  le  Blean,  husb.,  and  John 
Clarke,  s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds.  Sept. 
28,  1633. 

Baldwin,  William,  of  Warehorne,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Jasper,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  James  Jasper,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  Francis  Topley  of  Mersham, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Jan.  7,  1638. 

Balden,  William,  of  Warehorne,  cooper, 
widr.,  and  Agnes  Phlappingwell,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25  or  26,  whose  parents 
are  dead.     At  same.     Dec.  22,  1643. 

Ball,  James,  of  Sittingbourne,  musician, 
ba.,  about  25,  son  of  James  Ball, 
dec,  and  Joan  Dally,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
of  William  Dally.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  June  1,  1632.  Note.  This 
allegation  was  made  by  the  above 
Joan  Dally. 

Ball,  John,  of  Eoughton  Blean,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Mersh 
of  Monkton,  spr.,  of  the  like  age. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Matthew  Ball 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  husb.,  bonds. 
Jan.  12,  1630. 

Ball,  John,  of  Harty,  husb.,  widr.,  and 
Elizabeth  Fleete  of  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  30.  At  S.  "  Thomas 
Thappl',"  Harty.  Timothy  Devison 
of  Norton,  husb.,  and  Thomas  Cul- 
len  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  husb., 
bonds.     July  13,  1635. 

Ball,  John,  of  St.  Thomas  the  Apostle, 
Harty,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Alice 
Edwardes  of  Halstow,  w.  of  Robert 
Edwardes,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hal- 
stow. John  Butler  of  Hartv,  g., 
bonds.     June  29,  1639. 

Bawie,  Thomas,  of  Harty,  husb.,  widr., 
about  25,  and  Mary  Hardinge,  s.  p., 
w.,    about    30,    relict    of    Richard 


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Hardinge,  late  dec.  At  Eastchurch. 
Ralph  Jeffer}'  of  Harty,yeom.,  bonds. 
June  28,  1630. 

Ball,  William,  of  JMaidstone,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Joan  Kipps,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Henry  Kipps,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Berstead.     Aug.  16,  1632. 

Ball,  William,  of  Thurnham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Joan  ^Midleton,  s.  p.,  \v. 
of  William  Midleton,  late  dec.  At 
same.  William  Dadson  of  Berstead, 
husb.,  bonds.     Feb.  9,  1635. 

Ballard,  John,  of  Cranbrook,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  Gromebridge, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Richard  Harden  of  Goudhurst, 
miller,  bonds.     Oct.  19,  1636. 

Ballard,  Robert,  of  Hythe,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Susan  Gibbens,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Cheriton.  William  Gibbens  of 
Elham,  cordwainer,  bonds.  Oct.  8, 
1642. 

Ballard,  Vincent,  of  S.  Mar3''s  in  Dover, 
glazier,  ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Tobias 
Ballard  of  Sandwich,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Edward 
Coxe  of  Dover,  glover,  and  Eliza- 
beth Williams  of  Dover,  v.,  about  19, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  she  now 
at  the  govt,  of  her  sister,  Mary 
Ballard  of  Dover,  who  also  consents. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Daniel  Cox  of 
Cant.,  glazier,  bonds.    May  17,  1638. 

Ballard,  Walter,  of  Cranbrook,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Cooper 
of  Icklesham  in  Sussex,  w  ,  about  23, 
relict  of  John  Cooper,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Cranbrook.     Dec.  2,  1624. 

Bal  Is,  Robert, and  Jane  Giles. — Jane  Giles 
of  Sheldwich,  v.,  about  22,  at  her 
own  govt.,  appears  personally,  and 
alleges  that  Robert  Balls  of  the  City 
of  London,  g.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  she,  the  said  Jane, 
intend  to  marry,  etc.  At  Ospringe. 
Gabriel  Giles  ot  Sheldwich,  g.,  bonds. 
Sept.  1,1631. 

Balshaw,  John,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  widr.,  tapster,  and  Alice  Arnell 
of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.,  spr.,  about 
23,  d.  of  [blank]  Arnell  of  Sheldwich, 
husb.,  who  consents.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.  Jacobus  Bamerof Cant., tailor, 
bonds.     Dec.  11,  1634. 

Banbury,  John,  of  Hythe,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Thomasine  Sladden,  s.  p.. 


w.  of  Robert  Sladden,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Saltwood.  Jacobus  Russell  of 
the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  bonds.     Oct.  4,  1634. 

Bance,  Richard  [Banckes  in  the  margin], 
of  Alkham,  tailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Joan  Harrison,  of  Elham,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  William  Harrison,  late  of 
Lyminge,  dec.  ;  with  her  mother's 
consent.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Richard  Woollett,  g.,  and  William 
Harrison,  husb.,  both  of  Elham, 
bonds.     Oct.  25,  1631. 

Bance,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Agnes  Reader  of 
Thornham,  v,  about  23,  whose 
mother,  Agnes  Reader,  alias  Simon- 
son,  consents.  At  Otham.  April  23, 
1633.  See  Bankes. 

Banes,  John,  of  Deal,  seaman,  widr.,  and 
Joan  Man,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
[blank]  Man,  alias  Peerce,  wife  of 
Stephen  Peerce,  s.  p.,  which  said 
[blank]  Man,  alias  Peerce,  consents, 
the  said  Stephen  Peerce  affirming  so 
much  heretofore  unto  James  Bad- 
cocke  of  Cant.,  innholder,  as  he  now 
testifies.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
William  Lithall  of  Cant.,  baker, 
bonds.     Feb.  6,  1642. 

Banes,  William,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba., 
about  24  or  25,  whose  father,  Henry 
Banes,  consents,  and  Magdalen  Mul- 
lett,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  17  or  18,  d.  of 
William  Mullet,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
.sents,  as  is  testified  by  his  son, 
Richard  Mullet,  s.  p.,  seaman.  At 
same.     May  16,  1640. 

Bankes,  Caleb,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Martha  Dan  of  Faversham,  spr., 
about  18,  d.  of  Stephen  Dan,  late  s. 
p.,  chapman,  dec.  At  Faversham. 
Sept.  9,  1623. 

Bankes,  John,  of  Acrise,  clerk,  M.A., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Tonstall, 
of  Cant.,  w.  of  William  Tonstall, 
late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec.  At  Chartham. 
John  Mantle  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
June  15,  1630. 

Bankes,  Thomas,  of  Ulcombe,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Jane  Usher  of 
Sutton  Valence,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
John  Usher,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Russell, 
s.  p.,  carpenter.  At  Sutton  Vai. 
Feb.  1,  1629. 


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Bankes,  Thomas,  of  Biddcnden,  hiisb., 
widr.,  and  Man-  Hart,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
23,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Robert  Brissenden 
and  William  Whiteman,  of  Bidden- 
den,  husbandmen,  bonds.  May  6, 
1641. 

Bankes,  Thomas,  of  Cranbrook,  carpen- 
ter, ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Burton 
of  Frittenden,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Catherine  Burton,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Burton  of  Maidstone,  bricklayer. 
At  Headcorn  or  Frittenden.  May 
29,  1643.     See  Bance. 

Ban  nidge,  Thomas,  of  Sittingbournc, 
hush.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Ellen 
Parker  of  Halstow,  w.,  about  50, 
relict  of  Thomas  Parker,  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  about  12  months  since.  At 
Halstow.     Feb.  7,  1620. 

Bannister,  Robert, of  Minsterin  Sheppy, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Catherine 
Bowbanck,  s.  p.,  \v.  of  Robert  Bow- 
banck,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.  Abraham  Parker 
of  Queenborough,  seaman,  and  John 
Bowbanck  of  Minster  in  S.,  yeom., 
bonds.     Sept.  15,  1642. 

Bannester,  Thomas,  of  Faversham, 
blacksmith,  widr.,  about  40,  and 
Elizabeth  Oldale,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
same  age,  relict  of  John  Oldale,  s.  p., 
shoemaker,  dec.  At  same.  June 
18,  1625. 

Bannester,  Thomas,  of  Faversham, 
blacksmith,  widr.,  and  Mary  Ham- 
mon,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Hamon, 
dec.     At  same.     July  26,  1634. 

Banister,  William,  of  Tunstall,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  44,  and  Sarah  Henman 
of  Tong,  w.  of  Henr}-  Henman,  late 
dec.  At  Tong.  Joseph  Brooke  of 
Tunstall,  g.,  and  Thomas  Shindler 
of  Cunt.,  g.,  bonds.     Jan.  14,  1634. 

Barber,  George,  of  Sandwich,  mariner, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Jewet,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Richard  jewet,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Nicholas  John- 
son of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  May 
26,  1645. 

Barber,  Jasper,  of  Goudhurst,  miller, 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Mary  Austen, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  44,  relict  of  Samuel 
Austen,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Benen- 
den.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  Richard  Austen  of  Benenden, 
clerk.     June  2,  1620. 


Barber,  John,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Curling 
of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet,  \v.  of 
Anthony  Curling,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Lawrence.  John  Wclby  of  Heme, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Sept.  22,  1627. 

Barber,  John,  of  Kingstone,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Ann  Yonge,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Robert  Yonge,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Richardson  of  Cant,  g.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     Feb.  5,  1637. 

Barber,  John,  of  Sandwich,  husb  ,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Mary  Hilder,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant,  jacobus 
Thompson  of  Sandwich,  gardener, 
bonds.     Dec.  30,  1645. 

Bar  bar,  Nicholas,  of  Kingstone,  and 
Mary  Yonge,  s.  p.  At  same.  Feb. 
26,  1619. 

Barber,  Richard,  of  Dover,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Bartlet, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Bartlet,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
Jan.  31,  1637. 

Barber,  Richard,  of  Sandwich,  brazier, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Catherine  Finch,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22  or  23,  whose  parents  also 
are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  John  Milles  of  Cant.,  clothier, 
bonds.     March  19,  1644. 

Barber,  Robert,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  cordwinder,  and  Mary  Mar- 
tin, s.  p.,  w.  At  same.    Feb.  6,  1620. 

Barber,  Robert,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Gibson,  s.  p.,  w.  of  one  Gibson,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.     At  same.     July  20,  1632. 

Barber,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
John  Barber,  consents,  and  Mary 
13ishopp,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Stephen  Bishopp,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents.  At  same.  Francis  Plomer 
of  Cant.,  brewer,  bonds.  May  28, 
1641. 

Bardwell,  James,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Sarah  Hatson  of  Newington  n. 
Hythe,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Nicholas  Hatson,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Newington.  Sepit.  10, 
1627. 
Barfoote,  Richard,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
tailor,  widr.,  and  Grace  Hyatt,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Philip  Hyatt,  s.  p., 


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60 


sexton,  who  makes  and  signs  this  allega- 
tion.    At  same.     Dec.  20,  1644. 

Bargrave,  Robert,  of  Patrixbourne,  g., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Peyton 
of  Bekesbourne,  v.,  about  18,  who, 
her  father  being  dead,  is  now  under 
the  govt,  of  her  guardian,  Thomas 
Hales,  s.  p.,  Esquire,  who  consents. 
At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.    April  10,  1636. 

Bargrave,  Robert,  of  Bridge,  g.,  widr., 
and  Rlargaret  Coveney  of  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.,  w.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Paul  Country  of  Cant.,  g., 
bonds.     Feb.  24,  1644. 

Bargrave,  Robert,  of  Willesborough, 
tanner,  ba.,  about  30,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Deborah  Amis  of 
Molash,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Richard 
Amis,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  April 23, 1646. 

Barham,  Arthur,  of  Tenterden,  clothier, 
widr.,  about  43,  and  Ann  Richardson, 
of  Broomfield,  v.,  about  40.  At 
Leeds.     Aug.  29,  1628. 

Barham,  Charles,  of  Cant.,  innholder, 
and  INIary  Hodges,  s.  p.,  v.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.  John  Simpson  of 
Cant.,  grocer,  bonds.   Sept.  12,  1639. 

Barham,  Charles,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  vintner,  ba.,  about  22,  and 
Dorothy  Finch  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, v.,  about  18,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Charles  Barham,  of  Cant.,  innholder, 
and  Richard  Barber  of  Sandwich, 
maltster,  bonds.     Feb.  3,  1645. 

Barham,  Isaac,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  innholder,  widr.,  about  32, 
and  Ann  White  of  S.Andrew's,  Cant., 
w.,  about  30,  relict  of  Simon  White, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Milton  n.  Cant. 
Aug.  25,  1627. 

Barham,  Richard,  of  Cranbrook,  cloth- 
worker,  and  Mary  Scranton,  s.  p.,  w. 
At  Cranbrook.  This  allegation  (un- 
signed) was  made  by  [blank]  of  Cran- 
brook, because  "beinge  both  old  and 
the  said  Richard  Barham  soe  lame 
and  diseased  withall  that  he  is  not 
in  any  wise  able  either  to  ride  or  goe 
to  Canterbury  to  obtaine  a  license." 
In  proof  a  letter  was  exhibited  under 
the  handwriting  of  Mr.  Robert  Abott, 
vicar  of  Cranbrook.    Feb.  5,  1629. 

Barham,  Robert,  of  Sandwich,  ba., 
about  21,  son  of  Robert  Barham,  s. 
p.,  innkeeper,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified   by   Charles  Barham    of  S. 


Margaret's,  Cant.,  innholder,  and  Ann 
Johnson,  d.  of  [blank]  Johnson, 
late  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet,  the 
said  Ann  being  about  18,  and  in  the 
govt,  of  Henry  Johnson  of  S.  Law- 
rence, g.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Woodncsborough.     Oct.  12,  1635. 

Barham,  Thomas,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba..  about  23,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Margaret  Blogg 
of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  [blank]  Blogg,  alias  Jemmett, 
wife  of  Warham  Jemmett  of  Sturry, 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Juxon  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
g.     At  All  Saints'.  July  11,  1639. 

Barham,  Thomas,  of  Leeds,  linen 
weaver,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Mary 
Potten  of  Hollingbourne,  v.,  about 
30,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Potten,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Stephen  Potten.  s.  p.,  husb.  At  Leeds 
or  Hollingbourne,     Nov.  18,  1643. 

Barham  et  Dawson.  1646.  Taken 
from  the  Index  to  Vol.  P. 

Barker,  Christopher,  of  Brabourne, 
shoemaker,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Alice 
Thorne,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Thorne, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     April  8,  1629. 

Barker,  Edward,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  30,  whose  father,  John  Barker, 
consents,  and  Margery  Redge,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Richard  Redge,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  May 21, 1639. 

Barker,  James,  of  Ashford,  cordwainer, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Hammon  of 
Molash,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Christo- 
pher Hammon,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Molash.     Aug.  31,  1636. 

Barker,  Thomas,  of  Berstead,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  36,  and  Elizabeth  Dove,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  [blank] 
Dove  of  Sutton  Valence,  tailor,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Mr. 
Thomas  Angood,  clerk.  Vicar  of 
Berstead.  AtBerstead.  Nov.  14, 1620. 

Barkley,  John,  of  Faversham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Agnes  Stennings,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Thomas  Barrington,  s.  p., 
gardener,  bonds.     Oct.  2,  1634. 

Barles,  Miller,  of  Mersham,  g.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Abigail  Hamon  of 
Folkestone,  v.,  23,  d.  of  Joseph 
Hamon,  dec,  and  of  [blank]  Hamon, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Bra- 
bourne.     March  16,  1632. 


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62 


Barley,  John,  ot  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
baker,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Eley  Tiddeman,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas  Tidde- 
man of  the  same  town.  Jurat,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
George  Huffam  of  Dover,  g.  At  S. 
Mary's.     Feb.  23,  1635. 

Barley,  Richard,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mercer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Patience 
Weevills  of  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Ahce  Weevills,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Peter  Evans  of  Cant.,  g., 
bonds.     Dec.  21,  1643. 

Barley,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  mercer,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  mother,  Joan  Rarly, 
consents,  and  Sarah  Weevills  of  All 
Saints',  Cant.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Alice  Weevilles,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  her  uncle, 
Robert  Sxitton,  g.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Thomas  Fidge  of  Dover, 
grocer,  bonds.     Sept.  12,   1639. 

Barlinge,  George,  of  Egerton,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  whose  father,  John 
Barling,  consents,  and  P^lizabeth 
Newland  of  Smarden,  v..  about  23, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Smar- 
den. John  Mond  of  Cant.,  clothier, 
bonds.     Feb.  23,  1640. 

Barlinge,  John,  of  Ebony,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Bridget  Drayner  of  Frittenden, 
w.  of  John  Drayner,  late  dec.  At 
S.Margaret's,   Cant.     July  8,    1633. 

Barling,  John,  of  Egerton,  kersey 
maker,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Alice 
Rickard,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Clement  Rickard,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Abel 
Pemble  of  Egerton,  kerseymaker, 
and  Thomas  Barlinge,  s.  p.,  veom., 
bonds.     Feb.  16,  1634. 

Barlinge,  John,  of  Ulcombe,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Scott  of  Len- 
ham,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Ellen  Vridge, 
s,  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Lenham. 
Feb.  13,  1637. 

Barlinge,  John,  of  Fairfield,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Alice  Tanton,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Tanton,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  Aug.  3,  1639.  Note.  This 
allegation  is  made  and  signed  by 
George  Essex,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
"  knoweth  of  noe  lawfull  let.,  to 
hinder"  this  marriage  "  between  the 
said  John  Barlinge  and  Elizabeth 
Tanton." 


Barling,  Leonard,  of  Ulcombe,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan  Grecnham 
of  Faversham,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
John  Greenham,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     May  1,  1633. 

Barling,  Richard,  of  Egerton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  RIargaret  Toply 
of  Wye,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Henry 
Toply,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Rlargaret's,  Cant.     Oct.  22,   1629. 

Barlinge,  Thomas,  of  Egerton,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Martha  Trendall 
of  Lenham,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
John  Trendall  of  Boxley,  glover, 
dec.  about  10  years  since,  and  now 
in  the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Joan 
Boghurst,  alias  Trendall,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  her  husband, 
John  Boghurst  of  Lenham,  yeom. 
At  S.  ]\L  Bredman's,  Cant.  Dec 
17,  1621. 

Barling,  William,  of  Egerton,  tanner, 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  John 
Barling,  consents,  and  Mary  Kinge 
of  Snave,  v.,  about  16...  Note. 
Allegation  unfinished,  crossed  out, 
and  "vacat"'  in  the  margin.  July 
17,  1646. 

Barling  et  Browne.  1646.  Taken 
from  the  Index  to  Vol.  P. 

Barlow,  Thomas,  of  Dover  Castle, 
"  gunner  there,"  ba.,  about  50,  and 
Catherine  Horton  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  w.  of  John  Horton,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret  AtclilT.  Thomas 
Edwardes  "  de  pallatio  quondam 
regis,"  n.  Cant.,  girdler,  bonds. 
Sept.  6,  1633. 

Barman,  James,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Thomasine 
Coppin,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Thomas  Coppin  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
llianet,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  uncle,  John  Russell  of  S. 
Peter's,  aforesaid.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.  [No  date,  but  about] 
Sept.  17,  1629. 

Barman,  Richard,  of  Kennington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Martha  Davies  of 
Throwley,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  [blank] 
Davies  of  Charing,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Richard 
Stockden  of  Cant.,  fellmonger,  and 
Stephen  Page,  s.  p.,  blacksmith, 
bonds.     July  16,  1646. 

Barnabe,  Peter  Desideria  [in  the  mar- 
gin "  Desideria  Barnabe  "],  of  Sand- 


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wich,  shoemaker,  ba.,  about  34,  and 
Parnell  King  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, w.  At  S.  Mary's  in  S.  May 
15,  1628. 

Barnacle  (Barnicle),  John,  of  Boughton 
Blean.  husb.,  ba., "about  25,  and  Ann 
Shrubsole,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about  35,  d. 
of  Thomasine  Shrubsole,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Shrubsole  of  Sheldwich,  husb.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Canon  of 
Cant.,  haberdasher,  bonds.  Oct.  14, 
1639. 

Barnacle,  Richard,  of  Whitstable,  sea- 
man, ba.,  about  24  or  25,  and  Dennis 
Jeftery  of  Seasalter,  v.,  about  30,  d. 
of  Mary  Jeffry  of  Hoath,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Foster  of  Cant.,  innholder, 
bonds.     Nov.  6,  1643. 

Barnacle,  Samuel,  of  S.  Nicholas  At- 
wade,  maltster,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Waters  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Jonas  Waters,  s. 
p.,  beerbrewer,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Northgate  or  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Jan.  23,  1643. 

Barnam.     See  Barnham. 

Barnar,  Edmund,  of  Leeds,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Alice  Taylor  of 
Hollingbourne.  v.,  about  26.  whose 
mother  consents.  At  Hollingbourne. 
Nicholas  Cole  of  Broomfield,  husb., 
bonds.     Dec.  10,  1636. 

Barnar,  Robert,  of  Ashford,  cooper,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Margaret  Allen,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  36,  relict  of  Richard  Allen 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Egerton,  because 
Gilbert  Barnar,  his  father,  dwells 
there,  and  intends  to  give  them  their 
wedding  dinner.     April  19,  1626. 

Barnard,  John,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
musician,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary 
Martin,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28,  d.  of 
Thomas  Martin  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  Thomas  Martin  of  Cant , 
clerk,  bonds.     Oct.  6,  1619. 

Barnard,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover 
shipwright,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of 
Edward  Barnard  of  Newcastle,  yeoni., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
George  Horsley  of  Dover,  mariner 
and  Mary  Clarke  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  v.,  abuut  17,  d.  of  Ellen 
Clarke,  a/fas  Scarfe,  of  London,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Mary's  in  D. 
Edward  Whetston  of  Cant.,  inn- 
holder,  bonds.     March  25,  1640. 


Barner,  John,  of  Bekesbourne,  cooper, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Lilly,  s.  p., 
about  42,  w.  of  Thomas  Lilly  late  of 
Ickham,  dec.  AtS.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Oct.  7,  1619. 

Barner,  John,  of  Bekesbourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  White  of  Petham, 
w.,  of  Timothy  White,  late  s.  p  ,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Sept.  19, 
1644. 

Barnes,  Edmund,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
and  Alice  Attaway  of  Ospringe. 
July  91,  1643.  [From  the  Reg.  of  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.] 

Barnes,  George,  of  Lenham,  yeom.,  ba.. 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Barlinge  of 
Egerton,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
Stephen  Barling  of  Lenham,  g.,  who 
consents.  At  Wychling.  June  3, 
1620. 

Barnes,  Henry,  of  Dover,  plumber, 
widr.,  about  48,  and  Catherine 
Sweateman,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  42,  relict 
of  John  Sweateman,  late  s.  p.,  sailor, 
dec.  At  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
Christopher  Hewes  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  "  pownder,"  bonds.  May  20, 
1622. 

Barnes,  Henry,  of  Tenterden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Sharpe,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Bethersden. 
Dec.  10,  1632. 

Barnes,  Henry,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  mariner,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Crux,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Crux,  late 
of  Queenborough,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's 
Cant.  Thomas  Copper,  mariner, 
and  Thomas  Redman,  maltster,  both 
of  Milton,  bonds.   Sept.  9,  1634. 

Barnes,  Plenry,  of  Sellinge,  husb.,  ba., 
37,  and  Sarah  Coppin  of  Brabournc, 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  William  Coppin, 
s,  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Henry  Dayton  of  Sellinge,  carpenter. 
At  Brabourne.  John  Swift  of  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.,  bricklayer,  bonds. 
Aug.,  15,  1642. 

Barnes,  James,  of  Ospringe,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Lecknor  of 
Maidstone,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Teynham. 
Joseph  Lecknor  of  Ospringe,  cord- 
wainer,  bonds.     Jan.  21,  1634. 

Barnes,  John,  of  Hawkhurst,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  his  parents  both  dead, 
and  Mary  Homewood,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  26,  d.  of  [blank]   Homewood 


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of  Northiam  in  Sussex,  dec.  about  10 
years  since,  and  now  at  her  own 
disposing.  At  Tentcrden.  Alleg- 
ation made  by  Nicholas  Vridge  of 
Hawkhurst,  husb.  In  the  margin, 
"  Mr.  Goodwin,  minister  of  Hawk- 
hurst, wrott  about  this  license."  Sept. 
27,  1620. 

Barnes,  John,  of  Benfleet  inEssex,  beer- 
brewer,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Sedger  of  Borden,  v., 
of  the  like  age,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  her  brother, 
John  Carter,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At  Borden. 
"Oct.  14,  1629. 

Barnes,  John,  of  Teynham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father,  Anthony 
Barne.s,  consents,  and  Elizabeth  Tay- 
ler,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  she  now  at  the  govt. 
of  James  Tassell  of  Lynstead,  who 
also  consents.  At  Teynham.  May 
30,  1638. 

Barnes,John,of  Miltonn.Sittingbourne, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Skeere  of  Dodding- 
ton,  v.,  about  22.  At  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.  Geoffrey  Skeere  of  Dodding- 
ton,  bricklayer,  brother  of  the  said 
Ann,  bonds.     Feb.  4,  1644. 

Barnes,Lawrence,ofStalisfield,thatcher, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Sarah  Peniall,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  James 
Peniall,  dec,  and  of  Sarah  Peniall, 
alias  Phillipps,  s.  p.,  yet  living,  who 
consents.     At  same.     Aug.  1,  1627. 

Barnes,  Nicholas,  of  Worth,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Cooper  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  45.  AtS.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  25,  1640. 

Barnes,  Robert,  of  Ash,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Moone,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Stephen  Moone,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Joseph  Neam  of 
Sandwich,  yeom.,  bonds.  May  27, 
1630. 

Barnes,  Samuel,  of  Smeeth,  tailor,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Grimes  of  Brabourne,  maiden,  about 
29,  also  at  her  own  govt.,  d.  of  James 
Grimes,  late  s.  p.,  beer  brewer,  dec. 
"Then  appeared  personally  Anne 
Grimes,  s.  p.,  w.,  mother  of  the  fore- 
said Jane  Grimes,  and  gave  her  con- 
sent."    At  Petham.     Nov.  11,1620. 

Barnes,  Stephen,  of  Siltingbourne,  malt- 
ster, ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Grant,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Paul  Grant,  s.  p., 


yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  same. 
Jeffery  Grant,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
May  14,  1642. 

Barnes,  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  grocer, 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Steede,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d. 
of  Thomas  Steed,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Hyem,  s.  p.,  cordwainer,  who  makes 
this  allegation.  At  Wychling  or 
Harrietsham.  Thomas  Ansell  of 
Cant.,  millener,  and  Henry  Collet 
miiumus,  s.  p.,  cutler,  bonds.  Oct. 
20,  1641. 

Barnes,  William,  of  Harbledown,  weaver, 
widr.,  about  37,  and  Joan  Best  of 
Charing,  v.,  about  33,  whose  friends 
are  dead.     At  same.    June  16,  1624. 

Barnett,TLdward,  of  Maidstone,  gardener, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Williams,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  42  or43,  d.ofBennet  Williams, 
w.,  who  consents.  At  same.  Aug. 
10,  1639. 

Barnett,  Richard,  of  S.  lAIary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Agnes 
Sergiant,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d. 
of  Henry  Sergiant,  s.  p.,  mariner, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Nov.  6,  162). 

Barn  ham,  Richard,  of  Bethersden, 
tailor,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann 
Pemble,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d. 
of  Henry  Pemble,  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec, 
and  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Sept.  5,  1620. 

Barnam,  Vaveser,  the  younger,  of  Ebony, 
fellmonger,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Joan 
Willard  of  Belhersden,  w.  of  John 
Willard,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ebony. 
Daniel  Tayler  of  Bethersden,  fell- 
monger,  bonds.  Allegaiion  made 
and  signed  by  Vaveser  Barnam  the 
elder,  of  Bethersden,  fellmonger,  as 
his  son  "  by  reason  of  some  earnest 
occations,"  could  not  come  in  person. 
Aug.  28,  1639. 

Barnsdale,  Anthony,  of  Brabourne, 
husb.,  ba  ,  about  44,  and  Elizabeth 
Barrow,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Henry  Barrow, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  AtS.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
John  Pilcherof  Hastingleigh,  yeom., 
bonds.    July  18,   1642.' 

Barnsdale,  Thomas,  of  Brabourne, 
maltman,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Alice 
Terry,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  32,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Philemon  Strowd  of  Brabourne, 
husb.,  bonds.     Oct.  20,  1634. 


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Barr,  David,  of  Biddenden,  clothier,  ha., 
about  31,  and  P-^lizabeth  Blewett, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Elias 
Blewett,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
same.     Feb.  23,   1619. 

Barr,  Francis,  of  Great  Chart,  husb., 
ba  ,  about  33,  and  Alice  Harris  of 
Charing,  maiden,  about  35,  d.  of 
fohn  Harris  of  VVoodchurch,  husb., 
"dec.  about  20  years  since.  At 
Charing.    June  27,  1622. 

Barr,  John,  of  Boughton  Blean,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Joan  Wyles,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  Thomas 
Wyles  the  elder  of  St.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  dec.  about  21  years  since, 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  M. 
Brcdman's,  Cant.     Oct.  4,  1621. 

Barrel!,  Robert,  clerk,  M.A.,  curate  of 
Maidstone,  and  Joan  Hutchen,  of 
Egerton,  w.  of  John  Hutchin,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Bredhurst.  June  11, 
1623.  [Entered  between  Aug.  16 
and  Aug.  16  in  the  original]. 

Barres,  Thomas,  of  Northbourne,  and 
Willmore  Booreman,  s.  p.  At  same. 
Feb.  25,  1619. 

Barrett,  Christopher,  of  Favershani, 
husb.,  and  Jane  King,  s.  p.,  v.  At 
same.     March  4,  1621. 

Barret,  Christopher,  of  Preston  n. 
Faversham,  husb.,  widr.,  about  54, 
and  Ann  Thorneton  of  Faversham, 
w.,  about  46.  At.  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.     July  6,  1629. 

Barrett,  Gilbert,  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  and  Rebecca  Court  of  Hack- 
ington.  At  S.  RI.  Northgate.  Feb.  23, 
1619. 

Barrett,  Gilbert,  of  Sturry,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Rabkin  of  Great  St, 
Bartholomew's  in  the  city  of  London, 
w.  of  Thomas  Rabkin,  late  of  Hythe, 
dec.     AtAshford.     March  31,  1632. 

Barrett,  James,  of  Maidstone,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Jenner  of  Lynton, 
v.,  22  and  upwards,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Zacharias 
Barrett,  brother  of  the  said  James. 
At  Lynton.  William  Mathewes  of 
Rlaidstone,  flaxman,  bonds.  Ajiril 
28,  1636. 

Barrett,  John,  of  Dover,  husb.,  widr., 
about  33,  and  Mary  Maund,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  40,  relict  of  Anthony  Maund, 
late  s.  p.,  vintner,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     June  20,  1626. 


Barrett,  John,  of  Lenham,  kerseymaker, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Sarah  Fuller,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  George  Fuller, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Barrett  of  Boughton  Mal- 
herbe,  kerseymaker.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  John  Filmer  of  B. 
Malherbe,  husb.,  bonds.  Dec.  6,  1638. 

Barret,  John,  of  Hammersmith  in  the 
parish  of  Fulham,  co.  Middlesex, 
bricklayer,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
father,  Lambert  Barret,  consents, 
and  Susan  Horsley  of  S.  John's 
Hospital,  Cant.,  v.,  about  26,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  John's, 
Hosp.,  Cant.  Joseph  Carr,  and 
Stephen  Prescot,  of  the  same  Hosp., 
yeomen,  bonds.     Dec.  31,  1642. 

Barret,  Richard,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Rebecca  Browne,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Richard  Browne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Robert  Barrett  of 
Dover,  mariner,  bonds.  Feb.  11,1635. 

Barrett,  Thomas,  of  Graveney,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Mary  Greenstreete,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  29,  relict  of  John  Greenstreete, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Edward  Barrett  of  Graveney,  yeom., 
bonds.     June  7,   1627. 

Barret,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, smith,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Stocke 
of  Birchington,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
widow  Stocke,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Birchington  or  Worth.  Edward 
Barrett  of  Cant.,  smith,  bonds.  June 
19,  1646. 

Barret,  William,  of  Deal,  sailor,  ba., 
about  23,  and  Elizabeth  Saftery,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Alice  the  now 
w.  of  [blank]  Woolcote,  dec,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Nicholas 
Safiferv  of  Ash,  carpenter.  At  S.  M. 
Brediii's,  Cant.     May  20,  1654. 

Barrington,  Francis,  of  Dover,  wheel- 
^\■right,  widr.,  and  Bridget  Owens  of 
Charlton,  w.  of  Robert  Owens,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant. 
lALarch  29,  1637. 

Barrington,  Thomas,  of  S.  RLary's  in 
Dover,  wheeler,  ba.,  21  and  upwards, 
at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary  Foord, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Mark 
Fourd,  s.  p.,  dec,  and  now  under 
the  govt,  of  Richard  Fourd,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Robert  Peart,  s.  p.,  [barber- 
surgeon].    At  same.    April  18,  1625. 


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Barrington,  Tliomas,  of  Ospringe, 
gardener,  widr.,  and  Ann  Swanton, 
s.  p..  \v.  of  Ricliard  Swanton,  late 
of  Faveit^liani,  dec.  At  Ospringe. 
William  Amies  of  Ospringe,  grocer, 
bonds.     July  17,  1632. 

Barrow,  Abraham,  of  VVingham,  weaver, 
ba.,  about  36,  and  Catherine  Drage, 
s-  p.,  w.  of  Jolm  Drage,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
July  18,  1634. 

Barrow,  Edward,  of  Boughton  Aluph, 
ycom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Kinge  of 
Cranbrook,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  widow 
Kinge,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Bethersden  or  Great  Chart.  Richard 
Barrow  of  Cant.,  ironmonger,  bonds. 
Oct.  2,   1640. 

Barrow,  Francis. — Appeared  personally 
William  Barrow  of  Borden,  g.,  the 
natural  and  lawful  father  of  Francis 
Barrow  of  F^astclmrch,  ba.,  about  22, 
and  Henry  VVorley  of  Tong,  g.,  "the 
moderne  husband  "  of  Sarah  VVorley, 
alias  Newland,  the  natural  and  law- 
ful mother  of  Alice  Newland  of  Tong, 
v.,  about  22,  and  allege  that,  with 
their  consents,  the  said  Francis  Bar- 
row intends  to  marry  with  the  said 
Alice  Newland.  At  Tong  or  Kings- 
down.     May  23,  1638. 

Barrow,  Henry,  of  Brabourne,  yeom., 
ba  ,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Pilcher 
of  Ha.stingleigh,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
John  Pilcher,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  July  29,  1630. 
No/e.  This  allegation  is  signed 
Henry  Barrow,  junr. 

Barrow,  John,  of  Kennington,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Susan  Philpott,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  28,  relict  of  John  Philpott 
of  Boughton  Aluph,  dec.  about  3 
years  since.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Nov.  7,  1622. 

Barrow,  John,  of  Lydd,  ba.,  about  50, 
and  Joan  Harrison,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
Harrison,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Feb.  13,  1644. 

Barrow,  Richard,  of  Bethersden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Margaret  Dyne,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
18,  d.  of  John  Dyne,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
William  Barrow  of  Eastchurch.veom., 
bonds.     May  6,  1635. 

Barrow,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  inThanet, 
mariner,    widr.,  about  60,  and  Ann 


Grecnestreet,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  42,  relict 
of  John  Greenestreet,  late  s.  p., 
innkeeper,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     July  30,  1622. 

Barrow,  Thomas,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
linen -weaver,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Lull, 
s.  p.,  v.,  30  and  upwards,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.  John  Saxby  of  Minster  in  S., 
husb.,  bonds.     April  10,  1637. 

Barrow,  Thomas,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Fallen  Baker  of 
Chilliam,  w.  of  John  Baker,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Richard  Barrow  of  Cant. .ironmonger, 
bonds.     Oct.  8,  1640. 

Bartholomew,  John,  of  Great  Chart, 
3-eom.,  ba..  about  30.  whose  mother 
consents,  and  AmySmithsonof  Lyild, 
v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Lydd.  fohn  Kingsford  of  Lydd, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Oct.  19,  1643. 

Bartlam,  Henry,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Susanna 
]\Iarkham  of  Slurry,  w.  of  Peter 
Markham,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Slurry. 
John  Patey  of  Cant.,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     Feb.  5,  1641. 

Bartlet,  Edward,  of  Scvington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Margaret  Warman 
s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Warman,  dec. 
At  same.  Michael  Bartlett  of  Bil- 
sington,  carpenter,  bonds.  July  8, 
1637. 

Bartlet,  Edward,  of  Mersham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Home,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24  or  25,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  June  6, 
1643. 

Bartlett,  George,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  ba.. 
about  25,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Joan  Bolder.stone,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27, 
d.  of  [blank]  Bolderstone,  late  of 
Hoath,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Nov.  14,  1631. 

Bartlett,  John,  of  Charing,  and  Eliza- 
beth Southernden  of  Pluckley.  At 
Pluckley.     Nov.  28,  1619. 

Bartlet,  Michael,  of  Mersham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Quested 
of  Willesborough,  v.,  about  27,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Willesborough. 
Robert  Bartlet  of  Willesborough, 
weaver,  bonds.     May  1,  1632. 

Bartlett,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
baker,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Barrington,  s. 
p..  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Francis 


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Barrington,  s.  p.,  wheelwright,  who 
consents,  as  is  deposed  by  Richard 
Bedow  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  black- 
smith. At  S.  M.  in  Dover.  May 
14. 1625. 

Bartlet,  Thomas,  of  Chislet,  blacksmith, 
Vv-idr.,  and  Margaret  Menfield  of 
Slurry,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Menlield,  late  of  Hernhill,  dec.  At 
Chislet.     March  2,  1632. 

Bartlet,  Thomas,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  and  Susan  -Philpol  of 
Reculver,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
are  dead.    At  Chislet.     Oct.  7,  1637. 

Bartlett,  William,  of  L^nham,  fell- 
monger,  ba.,  about  21,  son  of  Thomas 
Bartiett,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Lake  of  Bobb- 
ing, yeom.,  and  Ann  Lake  of  Bobb- 
ing, v.,  about  20,  d.  of  the  said 
Thomas  Lake,  who  also  consents. 
At  Bobbing.  Nicholas  Wymark  of 
Borden,  yeom.,  bonds.  March  14, 
1638. 

Barton,  Elias,  of  Hastingleigh,  black- 
smith, ba.,  24  and  upwards,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Mary  Foster 
of  S.  RL  Magdalene,  Cant.,  v.,  about 

25,  d.  of  Ann  Foster,  alias  Jones, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  son,  William  Foster  of  Faver- 
sham,  g.  At  Preston  n.  Faversham. 
April  16,  1644. 

Barton,  Francis,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  g., 
about  53,  and  Elizabeth  Fineux,  s. 
p.,  sv.,  about  48.  At  Ickham.  Aug. 
28,  1623. 

Barton,  Henry,  of  Hollingbourne, yeom., 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father,  Henry 
Barton,  consents,  and  Margaret 
Ducke  of  Huckinge,  v.,  about -22, 
d.  of  John  Ducke,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Huckinge.  Sept.  21, 
1630. 

Barton,  John,  of  Pluckley,  clothier,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mildred  Franckwell, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Thomas 
Franckwell,  s.  p..  who  consents.  At 
Thanington.  John  Franckwell  of 
Ulcombe,  broadweaver,  bonds.  Nov. 

26,  1635. 

Barton,  Roger,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  and  Lydia  Clark  of  Maid- 
stone. Daniel  Clarke  of  Maidstone, 
brother  of  Lydia,  declares  that  he 
heard  the  banns  published  in  the 
church  of  Maidstone  in  the  time  of 
divine    [service]    upon   two   several 


Sundays,  and  that  the  last  time  he 
heard  the  minister  say  it  was  the 
third  and  last  time.  March  28,  1619. 

Barton,  Roger,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  sailor,  widr.,  about  62,  and 
Margaret  Ellett  of  Sittingbourne,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Robert  Ellett  of 
L\  nstead,  yeom.,  who  consents,  "  as 
the  said  Margaret  haih  often  told 
him,  the  said  Roger."  At  Jlurston. 
July  6,  1624. 

Barton,  Roger,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  mariner,  widr.,  about  30, 
and  Dorothy  Morris  of  Faversham, 
w.,  about  39,  relict  of  John  Morris, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Faversham.  May 
26,  1627. 

Barton,  Roger,  of  Faversham,  mariner-, 
^vidr.,  and  Rebecca  Davies,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Matthew  Davies,  lale  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.  John  Packer,  s.  p.,  baker, 
bonds.     June  24,  1639. 

Barton,  Solomon,  of  Sittingbourne, 
cooper,  ba  ,  about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Elizabeth  Brice,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  27,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.  At  S.  RL  Bredman's.  Cant. 
John  Best  and  Moses  Best  of  Cant., 
coopers,  bonds.     Oct.  16,  1638. 

Barten,  Thomas,  of  Woodchurch,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  whose  mother,  Mary 
Brett,  alias  Barton,  consents,  and 
Martha  Gilham  of  Shadoxhurst,  w. 
of  John  Gilham.  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  William  Hop- 
per of  Woodchurch,  husb.,  and  John 
Brine,  of  Cant.,  clothworker,  bonds. 
May  21,  1638. 

Barton,  Thomas,  of  Ashford,  "  payle- 
maker,"  widr.,  and  Alice  Fin  of 
Great  Chart,  w.  of  Nicholas  Fin, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  G.  Chart.  John 
Barton  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  cooper, 
bonds.     Nov.  20,  1640. 

Barwicke,  Richard,  of  Kingsnorth, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Elliott  of 
Great  Chart,  v.,  about  18  or  19,  d. 
of  Thomasine  Philpott,  alias  Elliott, 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  husband,  George  Philpott,  s.  p., 
husb.  At  S.Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Stephens  of  G.  Chart,  yeom.,  bonds.  j 
Dec.  3,  1640. 

Barworth,  Samuel,  of  Ivychurch,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Alice  Goldhill,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas 


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Goldhill,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
John  Giftbrd,  s.  p.,  veom.,  bonds. 
"Feb.  21,  1635. 

Base,  Wiliiam,  of  Beauxfield,  (?//(?.?  Whit- 
field, husb.,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Joan 
Knot,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  40,  wiiose 
friends  are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     Ma}'  !,  1024. 

Baseden,  John,  of  Benenden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Agnes  Burden,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are 
dead.     At  same.     Oct.  14,  1636. 

Bashford,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  sailor,  ba.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Elizabeth 
Alder,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     April  28,  1636. 

Basset,  Elias,  of  Hythe,  fisherman, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Bayly  of  Smeeth, 
w.  of  Thomas  Bayly,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Smeeth.  Zacharias  Lee  of  Cant., 
haberdasher,  bonds.     Dec.  11,  1039. 

Basset,  John,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Susan 
Stonehouse,  s.  p.,  w..  about  29,  rL-lict 
of  John  Stonehouse,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec.  about  2  years  since.  At  same. 
Hugh  Maddock  of  the  Precincts  of 
St.  Austin's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
May  29,  1623. 

Bassett,  John,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Rlary  blasters  of 
Boughton  Monchelsea,  v.,  about  37, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  B.  Mal- 
herbe.    March  14,  1627. 

Bassett,  Stephen,  of  Lenham,  and  Judith 
Packnam,s.p.  At  same.  Feb.  11,1623. 

Basset,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  baker,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Catherine  Knowler,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Anthony  Knowler,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.Margaret's  Cant.  Nov. 28,  1032. 

Bassocke,  Edward,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  clothworker,  ba.,  about  24, 
and  Dorothy  Barton,  s.  p  ,  maiden, 
about  18,  d.  of  Ann  Pising,  alias 
Barton,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  husband,  John  Pising, 
s.  p.,  baker.  At  Wye.    Sept.  3,  1625. 

Bassocke,  Elias,  and  Margaret  White, 
.    of  Hythe.    At  same.    Feb.  11,  1028. 

Bassocke,  Elias,  of  Hythe,  seaman, widr., 
and  Joan  Pashley,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Rich- 
ard Pashley,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Hythe  or  Saltwood.  Henry  Collet, 
Jun.,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  cutler, 
bonds.     May  19,  1043. 


Bassocke,  Ferdinando,  of  Hythe,  haber- 
dasher, widr.,  and  Marian  Giljson, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  44.  At  same.  Peter 
Reynoldes  of  Hythe,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     April  14,  1635. 

Bastocke,  Bartholomew,  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  maltman,  ba.,  25,  whose 
father  consents,  and  ]\Iargery  Hemp- 
sted,  s.  p  ,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Thomas 
Hempsted  of  Great  Hardres,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Mar- 
tin Bing  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
brewer.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  Jan. 
7,  1030. 

Bastock,  Zachary,  of  Deal,  g.,  ba.,  about 
24,  ami  Margaret  Turner,  about  18, 
d.  of  Clement  Turner,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents. At  same.  Mervin  Burly  of 
Yarmouth  Castle  in  the  Isle  of  Wight, 
g.,  anil  Thomas  Gode  of  Cant.,  Ser- 
jeant at  Mace,  bonds.  Aug.  18,  1019. 

Batcheler  (Bacheler),  GoJdard,  of 
Hawkhurst,  tanner,  ba.,  about  23, 
and  Agnes  Springett,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  19,  d.  of  Robert  Springett  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
William  Springett  of  Hawkhurst, 
clothier,  bonds.     Oct.  20,  1619. 

Bacheller,  Henry,  of  S.  George's, 
Cant.,  brewer,  ba.,  about  35,  and 
Martha  Wilson,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  32. 
At  Thanington.  Joseph  Bachelor  of 
Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.    April  15,  1637. 

Batcheler,  Joseph,  of  S.  George's, 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  24  and  upwards, 
and  Elizabeth  Dickinson,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  15,  d.  of  Susan  Dickenson, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Richard  Myles  of  Cant.,  carpenter. 
At  Thanington.  Dec.  22,  1628. 
A^o/e.  Elizabeth  Dickenson  was  bapt. 
at  S.  George's,  April  10,  1614. 

Bacheller,  Nicholas,  of  Wickhambreux, 
liusb.,  ba  ,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Ellen  Forte,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40, 
relict  of  Lawrence  Forte,  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Jan.  21, 
1627. 

Batcheler,  Richard,  of  Little  Chart, 
linen  weaver,  ba.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Jane  Pang- 
borne,  s.  p.,  w.,  relict  of  George 
Pangborne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At.  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     July  11,  1639. 

Batcheler,  Stephen,  of  Harty,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Alice  Hope,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Hope,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Preston  n.  Faversham.  Sept.  16, 1629. 


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Batcock  et  Chittenden.  1646.  Taken 
from  the  Iiulex  to  Vol.  P. 

Bate,  Richard,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth 
Lewknor  of  Fordwich,  v.,  about  the 
like  age,  d.  of  Christian  Awsten, 
alias  Lewknor,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  John 
Knowler  of  Fordwich,  yeom.,  bonds. 
April  26,  1632. 

Bate,  Richard,  of  Lydd,  and  Susan  Isham 
of  S.  Michael's,  Harbledown.  At 
S.  Michael's  aforesaid.  June  3,  1633. 

Bate,  Richard,  of  Lydd,  g  ,  widr.,  and 
Ellen  WaUis  of  Ashford.  v.,  about 
22,  whose  mother  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Richard  Culmer  of 
Harbledown,  clerk.  At  S.  Michael's. 
Harbledown.     April  18,  1637. 

Bate,  Thomas,  the  younger,  of  Lydd,  g., 
ba.,  about  22,  son  of  Thomas  Bate, 
s.  p..  Jurat,  who  consents,  and  Joan 
Wilcocke,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  21,  d. 
of  William  Wilcocke,  s.  p.,  g.,  who 
also  consents.  At  New  Romney. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  Ray- 
nold  Brownvng  of  Lydd,  yeom.  Dec. 
17,  1619. 

Bateman,  Christopher,  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  40,  and 
Eliz.  Harris,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  39, 
relict  of  William  Harris,  late  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Oct.  4, 
1628. 

Bateman,  Henry,  of  Rodmersham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Hub- 
berd  of  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about  27, 
d.  of  George  Hubberd,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Jan.  15,  1628. 

Bateman,  James,  of  Hunton,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Joan  Milles  of  Cant.,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  Sibyl  Milles,  alias  Drayton, 
who  also  consents.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.  Samuel  Bishop  of  Hunton, 
clothier,  bonds.     April  14,  1635. 

Bateman,James,  of  Bethersden,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Margery  Waterer  of  West- 
well,  w.  of  Robert  Waterer,  late  of 
Sittingbourne,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  William  Russell  of 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     Aug.  16,  1641. 

Bateman,  John,  the  younger,  of  Sand- 
wich, grocer,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Jane  Archer  of  Monkton,  maiden, 
about  19,  d.  of  Henry  Archer,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 


by  William  Hatron  of  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.,  g.  At  Birchington. 
Jan.  3,  1620. 

Bateman,  John,  of  Folkestone,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Franck- 
lin,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Edward 
Francklin,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Denton.     May  2,  1631. 

Bateman,  John,  of  Wormshill,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Hatch  of  Bredgar, 
w.  of  John  Hatch,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Wormshill,  Iwade  or  Huckinge. 
May  30,  1645. 

Bateman,  Lawrence,  of  Wormshill, 
3-eom.,  widr.,  and  Alice  Cleaveland 
of  Rodmersham,  w.  of  [blank] 
Cleaveland,  dec.  At  Rodmersham. 
Edward  Poore  of  Leeds,  g.,  bonds. 
ALiy  29,  1635. 

Bateman,  Richard,  of  Cranbrook, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
father,  George  Bateman,  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Barrett  of  Ashford, 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  William  Barrett, 
s.  p.,  gunsmith,  who  also  consents. 
At  Boughton  Aluph.  Reginald  Hanly 
of  Cant.,  farrier,  bonds.  Sept.  23, 
1640. 

Bateman,  Richard,  the  younger,  of 
Biddenden,  clothier,  ba.,  32  and 
upwards,  whose  father,  Richard 
Bateman  the  elder,  consents,  and 
Martha  Pett,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Fett, 
late  of  Halstow,  dec.  At  Flalstow 
or  Headcorn.     May  18,   1641. 

Bateman,  Thomas,  of  Shado.xhurst, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Margaret 
Peltocke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Pel- 
tocke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Michael  May,  s.  p.,  husb.,  and 
George  Hooper  of  Thanington, 
chirurgeon,    bonds.     July  27,   1636. 

Bateman,  Thomas,  of  Wormshill,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  Laurence 
Bateman,  consents,  and  Alice  Green- 
hill  of  Stockbury,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Richard  Greenhill,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Stockbury.  Richard 
Henley  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  inn- 
holder,  bonds.     Dec.  20,  1639. 

Bateman,  William,  of  Eastbridge,  g., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Catherine  Kinge 
of  Snave,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Richard 
Kinge,  one  of  the  Jurats  of  Romney 
Marsh,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Thomas  Kinge,  of  Snave,  husb. 
At  Snave.    Nov.' 16,  1638. 


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Bates,  Edward,  of  St.  Alphage,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father 
consents,  and  EHzabeth  Mount,  s.  p., 
V,  about  21,  d.  of  Thomas  Mount, 
late  of  Appledore.  At  Thanington. 
Sept.  6,  1632. 

Bates,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  tailor,  ba., 
21  and  upwards,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Margaret  Wall  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Margaret  Wall,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Oilman 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  hempdresser. 
At  S.  George's,  Cant.  Nicholas 
Yeomans  of  Maidstone,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     Mao  12,  1640. 

Bates,  William,  of  Cranbrook,  husb., 
ba.,  about  20,  whose  motherconsents, 
and  Elizabeth  Humphrey,  s.  p.  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  John  Humphrey,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Couchman  of  Tenterden. 
At  Headcorn.     June  26,  16o5. 

Batho,  Benjamin,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Alice  Cafham,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.  June  30, 
1642. 

Bathurst,  George,  of  Staplehurst, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Patience 
Kingsnorth  of  Headcorn,  maiden, 
about  19,  her  parents  both  dec,  and 
she  now  living  with  Ann  Bathurst, 
w  ,  mother  of  the  said  George,  who 
consents,  as  also  does  Cicely  Dyne, 
of  Headcorn,  w.,  her  only  aunt,  and 
nearest  of  kindred.  At  S.  Andrew's 
Cant.     Dec.  3,  1622. 

Batherst,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  miller,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Frances  Deane,  s.  p.,  maiden,  20 
and  upwards,  d.  of  William  Deane 
of  Great  Peckham,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  William 
Snoden  of  Bobbing,  woollendraper. 
At  Bobbing.     July  9,  1628. 

Batherst,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  miller,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Osborne  of  Sittingbourne,  w.  of 
John  Osborne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  William  Deane 
of  East  Peckham,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Dec.  2,  1633. 

Bathurst,  John,  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
ba., about 22,  whose  motherconsents, 
and  Alice  ]\Iedherst  of  Smarden,  v., 
about    thirteen    or    fourteen,    d.    of 


Martha  IMedhurst,  alias  Pout,  s.  p., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  Alborne  of  Cranbrook,  car- 
penter.    At  Loose.     Oct.  30,    1640. 

Bathurst,  Lawrence,  of  Frittenden, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth 
Roade  of  Goudhurst,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Thomas  Road,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Richard  Bond, 
clerk,  parson  of  Frittenden.  At 
Frittenden.     Sept.  6,  1637. 

Batherst,  Richard,  of  Staplehurst, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary 
Buckland,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19, 
d.  of  Richard  Buckland,  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  about  5  years  since,  and  now  at 
the  govt,  of  Marie  Buckland,  alias 
Bridgland,  her  mother,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  husband,  Peter 
Bridgland.  At  S.  Paul's  Cant.  [Sept. 
25],  1620. 

Bathurst,  William,  of  Headcorn,  g, 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Margaret  Thur- 
stone  of  Challock,  maiden,  about 
25,  d.  of  Alexander  Thurstone,  s.  p.. 
dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  Richard 
Thurstone,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.     Oct.   1.    1621. 

Batkln,  Abraham,  of  Willesborough, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Ann  Hasell,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Christopher  Hasell 
of  Great  Chart,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Willesborough.  Daniel  Amys  of 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  hempdresser, 
bonds.     Oct.  25,  1642. 

Batt,  James,  of  Ratcliff"e  in  the  parish  of 
Stepney,  co.  Middlesex,  trumpeter, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Hilles 
of  Dover,  w.  At  Buckland  n.  Dover. 
July  21,  1640. 

Baucu'm,  William,  of  Faversham,  and 
Elizabeth  Morris  of  Graveney.  At 
Graveney.     Feb.  6,  1631. 

Baulden.     Af  Baldwin. 

Bavili,  William,  of  Sturry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ann  Adams,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Richard 
Adams,  late  of  Eastry,  husb.,  dec. 
about  16  vears  since.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.     Oct.  8,  1622. 

Bawden.     Sec  Baldwin. 

Bawle.     Sec  Ball, 

Bax,  Simon,  of  St.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, sailor,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Alice 
Baker,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  31,  relict  of 
Michael  Baker,  late  of  W'oodnes- 
borough,  dec.    At  Woodnesborough, 


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80 


"  because  her  mother  dweleth  there, 
and  intendeth  to  give  them  their 
wedding  dynner."     Nov.  10,  1621. 

Bax,  Thomas,  of  Ash,  blacksmith,  widr., 
and  Mary  Knight  of  Goodnestone 
n.  Wingham,  v.  about  22,  whose 
parents  arc  dead.  At  Goodnestone. 
April  7,  1630. 

Bax,  William,  of  Woodnesborough, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  and  Mary 
Cloake,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  24,  relict  of 
Thomas  Cloake,  husb.  dec.  At  same. 
June  27,  1620. 

Baxiey,  Richard,  of  Whitstable,  yeom., 
ba.,  about20,  whose  mother  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Mr.  Edward 
Gonistone,  clerk,  and  Thomasine 
Court  of  Reculver,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  Stephen  Court,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Seasalter.  July  4,  1646. 

Baxter,  Joseph,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  widr.,  about  37,  and  Mary 
Tailer  of  Hythe,  w.,  about  32,  relict 
of  Tobie  Tayler,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  Nov.  4,  1619. 

Baxter,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba., 
about  24  or  25,  and  Elizabeth  Denne, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  John  Norman  of  Deal,  grocer, 
bonds.     Nov.  4,  1641. 

Beacon,  Basil,  of  Waltham,  g.,  ba  ,  3.5 
and  upwards,  and  Elizabeth  Shorte 
of  Wye,  w.  of  Mark  Shorte,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Wye  or  Crundale.  Feb.  21, 
1643. 

Beacon,  Theodore,  of  Cant.,  Mus.  Doc, 
and  Clemencia  Stroughill,  s.  p.,  v.  At 
S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  July  2, 1619. 

Becon,  Thomas,  of  Waltham,  widr., 
and  Bridget  Thomas  of  Chilhani;  w. 
of  William  Thomas,  late  of  Cant., 
g.,  dec.  At  Chilham,  Waltham  or 
I'etham.  Thomas  Porte,  of  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.     July  23,  1644. 

Beadle,  Simon,  of  New  Romney,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Ann  Reeve  of  Hythe,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  George  Reeve,  s.  p., 
butcher,  who  consents.  At  Hythe. 
April  II,  1642. 

Beadle,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney, 
fisherman,  widr.,  about  50,  and  Mary 
Burden  of  Sheldwich,  w.,  about  30, 
relict  of  [blank]  Burden,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Sheldwich.  Christopher 
Sudall  of  New  Romney,  g.,  bonds. 
Jan.  4,  1627. 


Beadle,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  father, 
John  Beadle,  s.  p.,  consents, 
and  Ann  Hatch  of  Tenterden,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  William  Hatch,  dec, 
and  of  Ann  Hatch,  w.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  William  Hatch  of 
Wye.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Jan. 
22, 1629. 

Beadle,  William,  of  New  Romney,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  21,  son  of  John 
Beadle  the  elder,  one  of  the  Jurats 
of  N.  Romney,  who  consents,  as 
appeareth  by  a  note  under  his  hand, 
and  Elizabeth  French,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
same.  Arthur  Cheeseman  of  Bra- 
bourne,  yeom.,  bonds.  Dec.  19, 
1629. 

Beake,  Richard,  of  Dover,  labourer, 
widr ,  and  Elizabeth  Godden  of 
Swingfield,  v.,  about  35.  At  Swing- 
field.  John  Godden,  s.  p.,  husb., 
and  William  Tripley,  s.  p.,  bonds. 
Dec  10,  1632. 

Beake,  Thomas,  of  Bekesbourne,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Hales,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like 
age,  d.  of  Thomas  Hales,  s.  p., 
Esquire,  who  consents.  At  Knowl- 
ton.     March  30,   1630. 

Beale,  Christopher,  of  East  Farleigh, 
tailor,  and  Ann  Gouldcr  of  Otham, 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  John 
Goulder,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Henry  Gouldcr, 
brother  of  the  said  Ann.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     July  9,  1 62 1. 

Beale,  John,  of  Biddenden,  clothier,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Fridswith  Reader  of 
Bredgar,  v.,  about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Lenham.  Henry  Beale 
of  Biddenden,  clothier,  bonds. 
Sept.  28,  1636. 

Beale,  John,  the  elder,  of  Goudhurst, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Joan  Coleman, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Peter  Coaleman,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Meere  of  Goudhurst,  clothier,  and 
John  Beale,  s.  p.,  yeom  ,  bonds. 
June  12,  1637. 

Beale,  Joseph,  of  East  Barming,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Joan  May  of  Bethersden,  w.,  about 
35,  relict  of  Michael  May,  s.  p., 
husb.,  late  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Sept.  12,  1621. 


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82 


Beale,  Josias,  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Dighton,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  25,  whose  mother 
coiisents.  At  Frittenden.  Oct.  22, 
1628. 

Beal  I,  Richard,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
beerbrewer,  ba.,  about  36,  and  Sus;in 
Evers,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Evers,  late 
s.  p.,  beer-brewer,  dec.  about  7 
months  since.  At  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  "  by  reason  that  he  pleads 
that  one  of  the  parishioners  there 
promises  to  give  them  their  wedding 
dinner."  Lodovic  Gogers  of  Monk- 
ton,  parish  clerk,  bonds.  April  4, 
1623. 

Beale,  Richard,  of  Lenham,  miller,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Ann  Peck  of  Hollingbourne,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Willi;im  Peck,  s.  p., 
who  also  consents.  At  Holling- 
bourne. Edward  Spice  of  Pluckley, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Oct.  6.  1640. 

Beale,  Robert,  of  Kennardington,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Coomber  of 
Snargate,  w.  of  Richard  Coomber, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Peter  Maplisden  of  Fairfield, 
husb.,  bonds.     June  3,  1640. 

Beale,  Stephen,  of  Plawkhurst,  brazier, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Omenden,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Peter  Omenden,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.     June  15,  1640. 

Beane,  Edmund,  of  Ringwould,  sailor, 
and  Christian  Young,  s.  p.,  v.  At 
same.     March  17,  1624. 

Beane,  Edward,  of  Lympne,  husb., 
witlr.,  about  45,  and  Elizabeth  Bell, 
s.  p.,  his  maid  servant,  28,  d.  of 
David  Bell  of  Horton,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Lympne.  Feb.  19,  1620. 

Beane,  Edward,  of  Barham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Alice  Rigden,  s.  p.  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  William  Rigden,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  St.  George's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Beane  of  Barliam, 
and  William  Rigden  of  Hardres 
Parva,  yeomen,  botids.    Oct.  3,  1636. 

Beane,  Henry,  of  Ringwould,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Parnell  Dan,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  34, 
relict  of  Thomas  Dann,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     April  15,  1620. 

Beane,  Henry,  of  Hougham,  weaver, 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ann  Hamon,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  Ann  Hamon,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 


sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Boy- 
man  of  Capel-le-Ferne,  husb.  At 
Hougham.     Nov.  21,  1629. 

Beane,  John,  of  Sutton,  and  Agnes 
Clarke  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich. 
At  Sutton.  Nov.  3,  1619.  [Entered 
between  Dec.  1   and  Dec.  4,   1619.] 

Beane,  John,  of  Bishopsbourne,  tailor, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Dorothy  Younge, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  of  the  like  age.  At 
same.     Feb.  14,   1625. 

Beane,  John,  of  Snave,  tailor,  widr.,  and 
Mary  Parkes,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Alexander 
Parkes,  late  dec.  At  Newchurch. 
June,  20,  1633. 

Beane,  Richard,  and  Mary  Beane,  of 
Saltwood.    At  same.     Feb.  20,  1625. 

Beane,  Richard,  of  Newington  n.  Hythe, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Fisher  of 
Saltwood,  w.  of  Thomas  Fisher,  late 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  Saltwood. 
July  21,  1634. 

Beane,  Thomas,  of  Alkham,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  47,  and  Susan  Wise  of 
Hythe,  w.,  about  42,  relict  of  Thomas 
Wise,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hythe. 
John  Web  of  Cant.,  tapster,  bonds. 
Nov.  10,  1625. 

Beane,  Thomas,  of  Barham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Aphra  Amis  of 
Elmstead,  w.  of  Thomas  Amis,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Elmstead.  Adam 
Vydean  of  Lyminge,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Nov.  19,  1632. 

Beane,  Thomas,  of  Barham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Lettice  GcUy  of  S.James's 
in  Dover,  v.,  about  50.  At  S.  James's. 
May  5,  1634. 

Beane,  Thomas,  of  Alkham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  JoanTiddeman  of  Folke- 
stone, w.  At  Alkham.  Thomas 
Stokes  of  Swingfield,  yeom.,  bonds. 
RLay  23,  1640. 

Beane,  W^illiam,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
woollendraper,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Jane  Rose  of  Acrise, 
maiden,  about  19,  whose  mother, 
Joan  Rose,  s.  p.,  consents.  At 
Elham.     Nov.  3,  1624. 

Beane,  William,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
linendraper,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Sarah 
Brancker,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  Mr.  Thomas  Branker,  s.  p.,  linen- 
draper,  who  consents.  At  same. 
Dec.  24,  1624. 

Beane,  William,  of  Hythe,  miller,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Alice  Baker,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  William  Baker,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 

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84 


S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Lambert 
of  Saltwood,  hiisb.,  and  William 
Pi  ice  of  Hythc,  sherman,  bonds. 
Oct.  30,  1634. 

Beard,  John,  of  Boxlc}-,  carpenter,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Marion  Ilarthrope,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Christo- 
pher Harthrope  late  of  Faversham, 
dec.     At  Boxley.     Sept.  2,  1619. 

Beard,  Richard,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  antl  Susan  Sones,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  28,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Aug.  29, 
1629. 

Beard,  Thomas,  of  Swingfield,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Gillyan  Manger, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  at  her  own 
govt.     At  same.     Oct.  6,  1621. 

Bearden,  Philip,  of  the  city  of  London, 
g.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Pollard 
of  Goodnestone  n.  Wingham,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  William  Pollard,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  RL 
RLngdalene,  Cant.  George  Noble  of 
Wickham,  yeom.,  bonds.  June  30, 
1634. 

Beare,  Isaac,  of  Maidstone,  threadmaker, 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Joyce  Carter  of  Lt-eds,  v.,  about 
23,  d.  of  Reginald  Carter,  s.  p.,  mill- 
man,  who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     Aug.  24,  1624. 

Beare,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Catherine 
Williams,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Nicholas 
Williams,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret  Atcliff.  Walter  Smith  of 
Dover,  cordwaincr,  bonds,  luly  22, 
1636. 

Beare,  William,  of  Woodnesborough, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Jane  Church,  s.  p.,  spr., 
about  30,  d.  of  Bennet,  now  wife  of 
Matthew  Scott,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents.  At  same.  Feb.  24, 
1641.     See  Beere. 

Beauty,     See  Bewtie. 

Becham,  Robert,  Brother  of  the  Hos- 
pital of  St.  Bartholomew  n.  Sand- 
wich, widr.,  about  60,  and  Ann 
Nowell  of  the  same  Hospital,  w., 
about  50,  relict  of  Thomas  Nowell, 
late  one  of  the  Brothers  there,  dec. 
At  Woodnesborough.  Sept.  11,  1627. 

Beckett,  Edward,  of  Stockbury,  yeom., 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Ann  Latt,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24,  d.   of  Ann  Latt,  w.,  who 


consents,  as  is  testified  by  her  son, 
Thomas  Latt.  At  Stockbury  or  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Jan.  27,  1639. 

Beckett,  Thomas,  of  Bobbing,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Finch,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Michael  Finch  of 
Milton  n.  Sittingbourne,  g.,  who 
consents.  At  Milton,  because  her 
father  liveth  there,  and  will  bestow 
a  wedding  dinner  upon  them.  Aug. 
8,  1626. 

Beckles,  William,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
whitebaker,  widr.,  about  35,  and 
Abigail  Terry,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  father-in-law.  George  Terry, 
s.  p.,  yeom.  At  Hackington.  Nov. 
19,  1628. 

Becquart  (Bequnrt),  James,  of  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.,  wt-avi-r,  ba.,  about 
21,  whose  father,  Anthony  Bequart, 
consents,  and  Susan  Le  Clarke  of  S. 
Paul's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Peter 
Le  Clarke,  s.  p.,  woolcombt  r,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Peter 
Becquart  of  Cant.,  weaver.  At  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.     Nov.  23.  1641. 

Becquart,  Peter,  of  S.  RL  Bredin's, 
Cant.,  weaver,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
father,  Anthony  Becquart  consents, 
and  "Jaqemaine"  Cauel  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  [blank]  Cauel,  s.  p.  w.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  laques 
du  RIonshew,  s.  p.,  silkweaver.  At 
S.  RL  Bredin's,  Cant.  Jan.  25,  1 639. 
Note.  The  signature  of  du  RIon- 
shew is  Jaquei  du  RIonceau. 

Bedingfeild,  Edmund,  of  Dymchurch, 
g.,  widr.,  and  Honor  Edolph  of 
Ashford,  w.  of  Thomas  Edolph,  late 
of  Hinxhill,  g.,  dec.  At  RIersham. 
RIarch  16,  1637. 

Bedingfeild,  Edmund,  of  Dymchurch, 
g.,  widr..  and  Alice  Knight  of  Hythe, 
w.  of  John  Knight,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec. 
At  Hythe  or  Dymchurch.  Sept.  19, 
1640. 

Beddingfield,  Humphr)',  of  Elmstead, 
g.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Lydia  Brissen- 
den,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  the  same  age.  At 
Elmstead  or  Hastingleigh.  William 
Pulford  of  Elmstead,  clerk,  bonds. 
Dec.  3,  1634. 

Bedingfeild,  Peter,  of  Smeeth,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Ruth  Claringboule  of 
Elmstead,  w.  At  Smeeth.  Nov.  17, 
1638. 


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86 


Bedingfeild,  Reginald,  of  Lympne,  g., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Allen  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
32,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
Thanington.     Sept.  24,  1635. 

Bedingfeild,  Thomas,  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  haberdasher,  ba.,  about  27, 
and  Mrs.  Jane  Jackson  of  the  Pre- 
cincts of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  v.,  about 
18,  d.  of  the  Worshipful  Thomas 
Jackson,  clerk,  D.  D.,  and  Prebendary 
of  the  same  Church,  who  consents. 
"  In  the  Chappell  of  Smeeth."  Ben- 
jamin Jackson  of  Cant.,  ironmonger, 
and  Edward  Bedingfeild,  s.  p.,  g., 
bonds.     Oct.  4,  1628. 

Bedingfeild,  Thomas,  of  Tenterdcn,  g., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Witherden  of  Beth- 
ersden.  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas 
Witherden,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
.sents,  as  is  testified  by  Samuel  Finch 
of  Tenterden,  g.  At  Bethersden  or 
Halden.     May  10,  1643. 

Bedmanton,  Alexander,  of  Bobbing, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  |oan  Piatt,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  28  or  29,  d.  of  Mercy  Piatt, 
alias  Hawkes,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Alexander  Piatt  of  Stock- 
bury,  hush.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Redman  of  Milton,  )eom., 
bonds.     Nov.  3,   1642. 

Bee,  Edward,  of  Faversham,  woollen- 
draper,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Fesant,  s.  p.,  v,, 
about  18,  d.  of  David  Fesant,  dec, 
■  and  of  Jane  Fesant,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Richard  Bee  of  Newnham,  black- 
smith, bonds.     June  11,  1632. 

Beeche,  George,  of  Plerne,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Margaret  Wacher  of 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  v.,  about  28, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.  Robert  Wacher  of 
Hackington,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct.  7, 
1629. 

Beech,  George,  of  Heme,  husb.,  and 
lilizabeth  Toms,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24 
or  25,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
Swalecliff.  Thomas  Jarvis  of  Heme, 
yeom.,  bonds.     F"eb.  2,  1660. 

Beech,  Stephen,  of  Great  Chart,  husb., 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Margaret  Berricke, 
w.  of  Richard  Berricke,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard 
Okeshott  of  Cant.,  husb.,  bonds. 
April  11,  1637. 

Beech,  William  of  Woodchurch,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  and  Ann   Holmes  of 


Warehorne,  v.,  about  23,  d.  William 
Holmes,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Sept.  16,  1644. 

Beeching,  George,  the  younger.  —John 
Fowle  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
alleges,  that  George  Beeching  the 
younger,  of  Hawkhurst,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  son  of  George  Beeching 
the  elder,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  in- 
tends to  marry  Ann  Johnson  of 
Leeds,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Edward 
Johnson,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Cranbrook.  Henry  Whitfeild  of 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     May  7,  1639. 

Beech inge,  John,  of  Sandhurst,  husb., 
ba.,  about  38,  and  Joan  Springctt  of 
Hawkhurst,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Robert  Springett,  late  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  April 
30,  1622. 

Beechinge,  John,  of  Tunstall,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Clare  Hunnyborne 
of  Godmersham,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Clare  Hunnyborne  of  Lynstead,  w., 
who  consents.  At  Godmersham  or 
Lynstead.  Miller  Barles  of  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.     May  9,  1640. 

Beechinge,  John,  of  New  Romney, 
barber,  widr.,  and  Ann  Millcs  of  All 
Saints',  Cant.,  v.,  18  and  upwards, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  All  Sts., 
Cant.     Sept.  29,  1641. 

Beeching,  Simon,  of  Charing,  black- 
smith, widr.,  and  Catherine  Young, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Richard  Young, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Kennington. 
March  25,  1630. 

Beechinge,  Thomas,  of  Hawkhurst, 
liusb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Agnes  Crut- 
tenden.  s.  p.,  v.,  same  age,  whose 
mother  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Nicholas  Vrich,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  Cran- 
brook, because  the}-  intend  to  live 
there.     Sept.  24,  1628. 

Beedam,  Francis,  of  the  Castle  of  Dover, 
g.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Jane  Swanton 
of  Alkham,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
John  Swanton,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents. At  River,  "  by  reason  that 
John  Swanton,  father  of  Jane,  is  aged 
and  lame,  and  not  able  to  go  to  Alk- 
ham church,  and  River  is  nigher  to 
his  house."     Feb.  8,  1622. 

Beere,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, physician,  widr.,  about  46,  and 
Ann  Paine  of  St.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
w.,  about  44,  relict  of  Edmund  Paine, 
late  of  St.  Peter's  in  Sandwich,  dec. 


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At  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich.  March  29, 
1620.     See  Beare. 

Beeston,  John,  of  VVinchelseain  Sussex, 
tanner,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Beris- 
ford  of  Lydd,  v.,  about  28,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Lydd.  Jan. 
21,  1640. 

Beeston,  Thomas,  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  baker,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Browne,  s  p.,  w.,  relict  of  Thomas 
Browne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  An- 
drew's or  Thanington.  Thomas 
Browne  of  Cant.,  glazier,  and  William 
Glover  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  grocer, 
bonds.  June  13,  1640.  AVf.  They 
were  married  at  Thanington. 

Belchamber,  Theodore,  and  Alice  Poor, 
of  Faversham.  At  same.  IMay  22, 
1637. 

Beike,  Gabriel,  of  Ashford,  grocer,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Joan  Knatchbull  of 
Kennington,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Edward  Knatchbull,  late  of  "  Wold- 
ton,"  dec,  and  now  in  the  fiovt.  of 
Grace  Knight,  a/ias  Knatchbull,  of 
Willesborough,  who  consents.  At 
Kennington.  Valentine  Belke  of  Wye, 
g.,  bonds.     Nov.  7,  1634. 

Belke,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  g.,  ba.,  27  and 
upwards,  and  Elizabeth  Franckling 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
v.,  about  16,  d.  of  John  Franckling, 
dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of 
Mr.  John  Gilbert  of  Ch.  Ch.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  his  son, 
Thomas  Gilbert  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
brewer.  At  Chartham.  March,  17, 
1629. 

Belke,  Valentine,  of  Westwcll,  g.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Coveney  of 
Mersham,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Edward 
Coveney,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  the 
said  Coveney  hath  confessed  to  Mr. 
Somner,  Register.  At  Kennington. 
Thomas  Belke,  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
Nov.  2,  1627. 

Bell,  Alexander,  of  Heme,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Hallet,  s.  p.,  w.  of  David 
Hallett,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.  William  Saint  of 
Heme,  yeom.,  bonds.    July  5,  1634. 

Bell,  Richard,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
painter,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Catherine 
Kingsmill,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  2.0, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  same. 
June  18,  1627. 

Bell,  Robert,  of  Halstow,  sailor,  widr, 
and    Marian    Shelby,    s.    p.,    w.    of 


Richard  Shelby,  late  dec.  At  same. 
April  5,  1638.  No/e.  This.allegation 
is  entered  again  on  a  separate  piece 
of  paper  which  is  pinned  to  fol.  12 
of  '^''ol.  N.  This  bears  "  The  marke 
of"  Robert  Bell  and  the  signature  of 
Robert  Earrell,  before  whom  the 
allegation  was  sworn. 

Bell,  Walter,  of  Maidstone,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  46,  and  Elizabeth  Edwardes, 
w.  of  Griffin  Edwardes,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Boxley.  Richard  Bell  of 
Cant.,  painter,  and  George  Bell, 
s.  p.,  apothecary,  bonds.  May  8,  1635. 

Bell,  William,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Joan  War- 
ham,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  M'hose  parents 
are  dead.     At  same.   Sept.  22,  1637. 

Bel  lame,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  25,  and  Frances 
Essex,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Richard  Bellamy  of  Barham,  black- 
smith, bonds.     Aug.  3,    1632. 

Belsey,  Leonard,  of  Littlebourne,  husb., 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  father,  John 
Belsey,  consents,  and  Mary  Solley, 
s.p.,  v.,  about  23.  d.  of  Samuel  Solley 
of  Wickhambreux,  husb,,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Nicholas  Bacheller  of  Wickham- 
breux, husb.,  bonds.     Feb.  6,   1636. 

Belsey,  Thomas,  and  Elizabeth  Verier, 
of  Littlebourne.  At  same.  Nov. 
30,  1630. 

Belton,  John,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
barber-chirurgeon,  ba.,  about  24, 
whose  father,  Christopher  Belton, 
consents,  and  Ann  Geery  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
William  Geery,  s.  p  ,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Hayes,  s.  p.,  blacksmith.  At 
Plougham.  Edward  Van  of  Cant., 
cooper,  bonds.     Oct.  4,  1641. 

Belton,  William,  of  Dover,  barberchir- 
urgeon,  ba.,  about  24  or  25,  whose 
father,  Christopher  Belton,  c  jnsents, 
and  Penelope  Dennis,  s.  p.,  v.,  18 
and  upwards,  d.  of  Hester  Dennis, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  son,  George  Dennis. 
At  River  or  CharUon.  Feb.  15,  1643. 

Benchkine,  Thomas,  of  Pluckley,  payle- 
maker,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Margaret 
Cloke  of  Tong,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Margaret  Norman,  a/ias  Cloke,  of 
Pluckley,  who  consents.     At  Tong. 


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MARRIAGE    LICENCES. 


90 


Richard  Auclier,  of  Cant.,  Sergeant 
at  Mace,  bonds.  Oct.  6,  1625.  See 
Benskin. 
Benden,  Francis,  of  Stone  in  O.xney, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  45,  and  Barbara 
Tolherst  of  Rolvenden,  w.,  about  14, 
relict  of  Clement  Tolherst,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Stone.  Allegation  made 
and  signed  by  Richard  George  of 
Wittersham,  yeom.  Oct.  16,  1624. 
N'ole.  In  the  margin  there  is  this 
note : — In  the  file  of  certificates 
there  is  a  letter  concerning  these 
parties  writt  by  Mr.  Martin  of  Stone 
extracted  this  day. 

Benden,  Francis,  of  Ebon}',  yeom.,  ba  , 
about  20,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Frances  Turner  of  Egerton,  v., 
about  22,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.  At  Woodchurch  or  in  the 
chapel  at  Ebony.  Robert  Dive  of 
Headcorn,  yeom.,  bonds.  Jan.  21, 
1641. 

Benefield  (Bennifill),  Robert,  of  Eastry, 
butcher,  about  22,  whose  father  con- 
sents, and  Elizabeth  Eastland,  s.  p., 
w.  of  John  Eastland,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Richard  Knell 
of  S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  trugger,  bonds. 
Jan.  2,  1683. 

Bennett,  George,  of  S.  Peter's  in Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Tripheina 
Norwood,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22, 
d.  of  William  Norwood,  s.  p.,  mason, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Bennett  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  cousin  to  the  said  George. 
At  S.  Peter's  aforesaid.  Nov.  22, 
1622. 

Bennett,  John, of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
and  Ann  Overy,  s.  p.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.     June  27,  1620. 

Bennett,  John,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
and  Jane  Robins,  s.  p.  At  same. 
Dec.  4,  1620. 

Bennet,John,of  Faversham,sailor,widr., 
and  Sarah  Roch,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Charles  Roch,  late  of  the  Hos- 
pital of  S.  Nicholas,  Harbledown, 
dec.     At  Oare.     Feb.  15,  1631. 

Bennett,  John,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
butcher,  widr.,  and  Ann  Cullmer,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  James  Genvey 
of  Cant.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Sept. 
15,  1634. 

Bennett,  John,  of  Halstow,  sailor,  ba., 
about  31,  and  Thomasine  Brannott 


of  Upchurch,  v.,  about  21,  whose 
mother  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Ram  of  Upchurch,  husb. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  April  14,  1636. 
Ben  net,  John,  of  Sturry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Alice  Lott  of  Fordwich,  v.,  about  22. 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant  John  Bennet,  sen., 
of  Sturry,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb.  1,  1642. 
Bennett,  Nicholas,  of  Maidstone,  chir- 
urgeon,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Mary  Huffe,  s.  p.  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Ann  Hufte,  alias  Lott, 
wife  of  William  Lott  of  Mersham, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  June  16,  1641. 
Bennett,  Richard,  of  Sheldwich,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Alice  Porter,  s.p., 
w.,  about  40,  relict  of  Henry  Porter, 
late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  Simon  Savery  of  Selling, 
husb.,  bonds.  June  3,  1624. 
Bennet,  Richard,  of  Hawkhurst,  husb., 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Mary  Mercer, 
s.  p.,  V,,  about  35.  At  same.  Jan. 
17,  1628. 
Bennett,  Robert,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  22,  and  Elie  Robertes,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Captain  Nicholas 
Robertes,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Hougham.  Dec.  11,  1644. 
Bennett,  Stephen,  of  Badlesmere,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Terry,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
21,  d.  of  Thomas  Terry,  late  of  Wye, 
husb.,  dec.  about  half  a  year  since, 
and  of  Martha  Terry  of  Wye,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Christopher  Terry  of  Molash,  husb., 
brother  of  the  above  named  Elizabeth. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Avarus 
Mounte  of  Sheldwich,  husb.,  bonds. 
Dec.  11,  1620. 
Bennett,  Stephen,  of  Tunstall,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Elizabeth  Jenkins 
of  Sittingbourne,  w.,  about  43,  relict 
of  Timothy  Jenkins,  late  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  At  Sittingbourne.  Francis 
Vaux  of  Tenterden,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Aug.  11,  1621. 
Bennett,  Thomas,  of  Newchurch,  yeom., 
about  50,  and  Ann  Halsnode,  w., 
late  wife  of  Francis  Halsnode  of  S. 
Mary's  in  the  Marsh,  yeom.,  about 
50.  At  Bilsington  or  Deal.  John 
Home  of  Newchurch,  yeom.,  bonds. 
April  21,  1619. 


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92 


Bennett,  Thomas,  of  Luddenham,  husb., 
widr..  and  Ann  Anthony,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Lam- 
bcrd  of  lAiddenham,  husb.,  bonds. 
July  2,  1638. 

Bennett,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, mariner,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Mary  Gosfright, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Andrew 
Gosfright,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  same.     Feb.  8,  1640. 

Bennett,  William,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
hempdresser,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Mary  Warrener,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  35.  At  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.  Richard  Warring  and  Thomas 
Grace  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  shoe- 
makers, bonds.     Jan.  20,  1633. 

Bennett,  William,  of  Tenterden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Rose  Waters,  s.  p.,  w.  [of] 
Richard  Waters,  late  s.  p..  dec.  At 
Tenterden,  Rolvenden  or  Wittcr- 
sham.  Richard  Bristow  of  Bidden- 
den,  carrier,  bonds.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  by  Samuel  Elye  of 
Tenterden,  mercer.     Aug.  2,    1641. 

Benskin,  Nicholas,  of  Biddenden,  paile- 
maker,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Fosholl 
of  Benenden,  w.  of  Ralph  Fosholl, 
late  of  Cranbrook,  dec.  At  Benen- 
den. William  Furner  of  Benenden, 
husb.,  bonds.     Sept.  26,  1632. 

Benskin,  William,  of  Selling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Margaret  Shrubsole,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
29,  d.  of  widow  Shrubsole  of  Bough- 
ton  Blean,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  Edward  Watson 
of  B.  Blean.  yeom.,  bonds.  July  .7, 
1637.     See  Benchkine. 

Bensted,  Israel,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
brewer,  ba.,  20  and  upwards,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Mary  Rawlinge 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  20  and 
upwards,  d.  of  Robert  Rawlinge,  s. 
p.,  ropemaker,  who  consents.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.  William  Bradbury 
of  S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  brewer,  bonds. 
April  2,  1644. 

Bensted,  John,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Joan  Adams  of 
Lenham,  v.,  about  30,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Lenham  or  B.  Mal- 
herbe. Richard  Freake  of  Sitting- 
bourne,  clothier,  bonds.  Aug.  30, 
1639. 


Bensted,  William,  of  Frittenden,  chap- 
man, widr.,  and  Ann  Rose,  s.  p.,  v.. 
about  22,  d.  of  John  Rose,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  her 
brother-in-law,  John  Seelist,  s.  p. 
At  S.  Paul's,   Cant.     Oct.    23,  1634. 

Bentley,  John,  of  Pluckley,  tailor,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Dunkin  of  Godmer- 
sham,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Michael 
Dunkin,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  Godmersham  or  Challock. 
March  30,  1646. 

Beonnond,  Thomas,  of  Alkham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary  Collard,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  20,  whose  mother, 
Ann  Collard,  s.  p.,  w.,  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  George  Collard,  s. 
p.,  yeom.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
July  24,  1626. 

Berdsworth,  Thomas,  of  Cranbrook, 
barber,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Swainsland,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Simon  Swainsland, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Swainsland,  s.  p  ,  cord- 
wainer.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Aug. 
16,  1630. 

Berling,  Richard,  and  Jane  Gillet,  of 
Worth.     At    same.     Feb.  14,    1628. 

Berredge,  Thomas,  of  Tenterden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Alice  Smith  of  Maidstone, 
v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Jane  Smith,  a//as 
Holden,  now  wife  of  John  Holden 
of  Benenden,  clothier,  who  consents. 
At  Tenterden  or  Benenden.  Aug. 
6,  1641. 

Berry,  Arthur,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
g.,  about  19,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Catherine  Knight,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  Josua  Knight  of  S. 
Paul's,  Cant.,  apothecary,  who  con- 
sents. At  Thanington  or  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.     July  17,  1645. 

Berry,  Christopher,  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  g..  ba.,  22  and 
upwards,  whose  father,  William  Berry, 
g.,  consents,  and  Ann  Bartholomew 
of  Westbere,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Westbere. 
Thomas  Line  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  g.,  bonds.     April  16,  1639. 

Berry,  Gabriel,  of  Faversham,  collar- 
maker,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Elizabeth 
Wattes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  whose 
parents  are  likewise  dead.  At  same 
or  at  Preston  n.  Fav.  John  Eastman 


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94 


of  Cant.,  collarmaker,  bonds.  Jan. 
6,  1643. 

Berry,  John,  of  Borden,  carpenter,  widr., 
about  45,  and  Sibyl  Strayne,  s.  p., 
\v.,  about  30,  relict  of  George  Strayne, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.     Nov.  1,  1625. 

Berry,  John,  of  Egerton,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Lucy  Wells,  s.  p.,  \v.  of  John 
Wells,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  John  Mitchell  of  Egerton, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Sept.  23,  1633. 

Berry,  John,  of  Faversham,  collarmaker, 
widr.,  and  Frances  Rainsford,  s.  p., 
w.  of  [blank]  Rainsford,  late  dec. 
At  Preston.  Jan.  17,  1637. 

Berry,  John,  of  Wye,  vintner,  ba.,  about 
27,  and  Dorcas  Gardner  of  Staple- 
hurst,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Edward 
Gardner  of  Ticehurst  in  Sussex, 
yconi.,  who  consents.  At  Chilham. 
Sept.  8,  1612. 

Berry,  Matthew,  of  Fordwich,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Martha  Warham, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  George 
Warham,  late  of  Wingham,  g.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Feb.  8, 
1620. 

Berry,  Matthew,  of  Faversham,  collar- 
maker,  widr,  and  .-^nn  Adman  of 
Wye,  v.,  about  21  or  22,  d.  of  Robert 
Adman,  s.  p.,  ropelayer,  who  con- 
sents.    At  Wye.     March  1,  1640. 

Berry,  Thomas,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  g., 
widr.,  about  42,  and  Elizabeth  Nor- 
wood of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  w., 
about  40,  relict  of  Andrew  Norwood, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Martin's,  Cant. 
Dec.  13,  1625. 

Berry,  William,  of  Sittingbourne,  vint- 
ner, ba.,  about  24,  and  Joan  Parker, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas 
Parker  of  "  Ciren  Cester,"  co. 
Gloucester,  who  consents,  as  is  tes- 
tified by  Henry  Watson  of  London, 
her  brother-in-law.  At  Sittingbourne. 
Oct.  16,  1630. 

Besbeech,  John,  of  Faversham,  g., 
widr.,  and  Martha  Hilton,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Hilton,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Preston  n.  Faversham.  Samuel 
Randu  (?)  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  clerk,  bonds.  Sept.  5, 
1629. 

Besbeech,  John,  of  Faversham,  g  ,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Dorothy  Homersom, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose  parents  are 
dead.     At  All  Saints',  Cant.    Robert 


Greenstreete  of  Faversham,  g.,  and 
Nathaniel  Besbeech,  s,  p.,  g.,  bonds. 
Feb.  21,  1638. 

Besbeech,  John,  of  Hastings  in  Sussex, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Abigail  Danne  of 
Sutton  Valence,  w.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Jacobus  Huggens  of  Staple- 
hurst,  turner,  and  William  Waters  of 
Goudhurst,  weaver,  bonds.  March 
26,  1639. 

Besbeech,  Richard,  of  Goudhurst,  mer- 
cer, 40  and  upwards,  and  Elizabeth 
Brattle,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Brattle, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  RIaidstone  or 
Lynton.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  James  Besbeech  and  George  Bes- 
beech both  of  Goudhurst,  brothers 
of  Richard.     April  3,  1632. 

Bessall,  Clement,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  45,  and  Ellert  [.?  Ellen]  Cullens, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Cullens,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Dec.  12, 
1637. 

Best,  (jeorge,  of  Aldington  Castle,  g., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Barming, 
of  Woodnesborough,  v.,  about  18, 
d.  of  Thomas  Barming,  late  dec,  and 
now  under  the  govt,  of  John  Dar- 
rell  and  Andrew  Hughes,  Esquires, 
who  consent,  as  also  does  [ohn  Best 
the  elder  of  Aldington  Castle,  Esqr., 
father  of  the  said  George.  At 
Woodnesborough.     Oct.    11,    1625. 

Best,  John,  of  Sturry,  yeom.,  about  22, 
at  his  own  govt ,  and  Grace  Perrctt, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  16,  d.  of  William 
Perrett,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  King  of  Cant., 
tailor.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Jan.     20,  1624. 

Best,  John,  of  Bridge,  husb.,  ba.,  about 
30,  and  Margari-t  Mockct,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Nicholas  i\Iocket  of 
Chilham,  cordwainer,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Mr.  Richard  Bromley 
of  Cant.  AtThanington.  May  22', 
1645. 

Best,  Moses,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant., 
cooper,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Lydia  Chandler,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Thomas  Chandler, 
s.  p.,  butcher,  who  also  consents.  At 
same.  John  Best  of  Cant.,  cooper, 
bonds.     Feb.  11,  1636. 

Best,  Nicholas,  of  Dover,  shipwright, 
widr.,  and  Jane  Springer,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Springer,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At. 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.     Sept.  1,    1631. 


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96 


Best,  Philip,  of  Sellinge,  busb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  Hart,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Mary  Hart,  s.  p.  w., 
who  consents.  At  same.  Thomas 
Jenken,  s.  p.,  hush.,  bonds.  Nov. 
13,  1637. 

Best,  Richard,  of  Aklington  n.  Maidstone, 
g.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Hughes  of  Woodjiesborough,  v., 
about  21,  d.of  Andrew  Hughes,  s.  p., 
"  gent.,  who  afore  testified  his  consent 
by  his  name  thereunto  subscribed." 
At  Woodnesborough.     Oct.  5,  1622. 

Best,  Thomas,  of  Elham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Joan  Sturges,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Thomas  Sturges  of 
Haslingleigh,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Newsom  of 
Elham,  innholder.  At  S.  M.  Magda- 
lene, Cant.     Oct.  20,  1628. 

Best,  Thomas,  of  Whit.stable,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Margery  Cooper,  s.  j.). 
v.,  about  23  or  24,  d.  of  Alice  Tomlin, 
(?//(?.?  Cooper,  who  consents.  At  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.  Thomas  Ledger  of 
Cosmos  Blean,  husb.,  bonds.  May 
15,  1644. 

Best,  William,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  brewer,  ba.,  24  and  up- 
wards, and  Agnes  Doo  of  Chartham, 
w.,  30  and  upwards,  relict  of  Thomas 
Doo,  late  dec.  At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant. 
Jan.  28.  1625. 

Betherstocke,  Thomas,  of  Thanington, 
collier,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Jan- 
cocke  of  Elham,  maiden,  about  25, 
d.  of  Clement  Jancocke,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  Thanington.  June 
15,  1622.     See  Bever.stocke. 

Bette,  Stephen,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  19,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Joan 
Miller,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.     Dec.   16,  1628. 

Bett,  Thomas,  of  Staplehurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Glover 
of  Bethersden,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     March  10,  1627. 

Bett,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Deborah  Yonge  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.,  v.,  !8,  whose 
father  and  mother  are  dead,  and  she 
now  at  the  govt,  of  her  mother-in- 
law,  Dorothy  Yonge,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Cornelius 


Anderson  of  Dover,  bonds.  July  4, 
1640. 

Bettenham,  Henr}',  of  Pjuckley,  g.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father,  John  Betten- 
ham, s.  p..  Esquire,  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Tucke  of  Hothfield,  w.  of 
Richard  Tucke,  late  dec.  At  Little 
Chart.  Thomas  Pope  of  Pluckley, 
husb.,  bonds.     Dec.  16,  1631. 

Bettenham,  Stephen,  of  Pluckley,  g., 
ba.,  about  21,  son  of  John  Bennet 
(sic),  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  and 
Amy  Reynoldes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18, 
d.  of  Thomas  Reynoldes  of  Ashford, 
who  also  consents.  At  Little  Chart. 
March  14,  1627. 

Bettes,  Edward,  of  Dover,  painter,  ba., 
24  and  upwards,  and  Joan  Boys,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  William  Boys,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Thomas 
Ashenden  of  Cant.,  grocer,  and 
Richard  Hardes,  s.  p.,  clothworker, 
bonds.     Sept.  2,  1639. 

Bettes,  Robert,  of  Leeds,  tailor,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  mother,  Mary  Bettes, 
a/i'as  Bridger,  consents,  and  RIargaret 
Topley  of  Harrietsham,  v.,  about  28, 
d.  of  [blank]  Toply,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Harrietsham  or  Leeds. 
Robert  Ashley  of  Sutton  Valence, 
brickmaker,  bonds.     May  15,   1639. 

Bettes,  Robert,  of  Chilham,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Watson  of  Selling,  v., 
about  28,  d.  of  Edward  Watson,  s.  p., 
widow  {sic),  who  consents.  At  Chil- 
ham or  Molash.  Thomas  Ellwyn  of 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     June  28,  1644. 

Bettes,  Roger,  of  Elmstead,  husb.,  ba., 
upwards  of  25,  and  Joan  Johnson,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  23,  her  friends  are 
all  dead,  and  she  now  abiding  with 
Thomas  Browne,  who  consents.  At 
same.     Nov.  20,  1619. 

Bettes,  William,  of  Sheldwich,  husb., 
ba.,  almost  30,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Ann  Legatt,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25, 
d.  of  John  Legatt  of  Chilham,  husb., 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.  Martin  Lariman  of  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  April 
28,  1642 

Bevell,  John,  of  Teynham,  carpenter, 
widr.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Swift,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of  John  Swift, 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     July  11,  1625. 

Beavill,  John,  of  Teynham,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Ely,  s.  p.,  w.  of 


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James  Ely,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Anthony  Rlersh,  s.  p.,  carpenter, 
bonds.     March  10,  1634. 

Bever,  Michael,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Ann  Franklyn.  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  at  her  own  disposing. 
At  same.     Feb.  27,  1637. 

Bever,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose 
mother  consents  andMargarct  Kinge, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  James  Kinge, 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Henry  Browne,  s.  p  ,  mariner.  At 
same.  Alexander  Vunell  of  Dover, 
mariner,  bonds.     Feb.  21,  1639. 

Beverstocke,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.,  collier,  widr.,  and  Susan 
Young  of  Thanington,  spr.,  about  34, 
d.  of  William  Young,  s.  p.,  }'eom., 
who  consents.  At  Thanington.  Oct. 
7,  1628. 

Beverstock,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  18  or  19, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  Joan 
Baker,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  also  dead.  At  same. 
Nov.  2,  1642.     See  Betherstocke. 

Bewtie,  James,  of  Faversham,  sailor,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Dorothy  Roper,  s.  p., 
v.,  20  and  upwards,  d.  of  Joan  Roper, 
alias  Powell,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Powell 
of  Faversham,  maltster,  and  William 
Hills,  s.  p.,  mercer,  bonds.  May  28, 
1633. 

Beauty,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Croft,  w.  of 
Henry  Croft,  late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  same. 
William  Pemble  of  Sittingbourne, 
glazier,  bonds.     March  13,  1638. 

Bickman,  Daniel,  of  Maidstone,  thread 
twister,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Susan  Freame,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Peters',  Cant.  John  Freame 
of  Maidstone,  hempdresser,  bonds. 
Oct.  22,  1625. 

Bicknor,  John,  of  Dover,  vintner,  ba., 
24,  whose  parents  are  dead,  and 
Frances  Drayton,  s.  p.,  maiden,  26, 
whose  friends  are  also  dead.  At  S. 
James's,  in  Dover.     Aug.  12,  1626. 

Bigg,  Henry,  of  Rolvenden,  tailor,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mar- 
garet Austen  of  Benenden,  v.,  of  the 
like  age,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Rolvenden.     July  10,  1632. 


Bigg,  Henry,  of  Lynstead,  tailor,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Downe,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Doune,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Norton.  Richard  Atkins 
of  Lynstead,  butcher,  bonds.  July 
13,  1635. 

Bigge,  John,  of  Maidstone,  mercer,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  Maplisden,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Edward  Maples- 
den,  s.  p.,  g.  At  Lynton.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  by  Jervase  Maplis- 
of  Maidstone,  g.     May  12,  1626. 

Bigg,  John,  of  Maidstone,  Salter,  widr., 
and  Sibylla  Beacon  of  Otham,  v., 
about  37,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Otham.  George  Yonge  of 
Cant.,  apothecary,  bonds.  Sept.  16, 
1634.  Note.  This  allegation  is  made 
and  signed  by  George  Denly  of 
Maidstone,  g. 

Bigg,  John,  of  Smarden,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Howlen  of  Egerton,  v., 
about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard 
Moneof  Egerton, yeom.,  andThomas 
Cleggatt  of  Smarden,  husb.,  bonds. 
May  11,  1635. 

Bigg,  Nicholas,  of  Boughtdn  Blean, 
tailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Lettice 
Whettoll,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of 
William  Whettoll,  s.  p.,  labourer, 
who  consents.  At  same.  George 
Taster  of  Cant.,  carpenter,  bonds. 
Nov.  25,  1635. 

Bigg,  Walter,  of  Ulcombc,  tanner,  widr., 
and  Dorothy  Aynscombe  of  Bidden- 
den,  w.  of  [blank]  Aynscombe,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Lynton.  Joseph 
Tangett  of  Cant.,  ironmonger,  bonds. 
Aug.  14,  1639. 

Biggs,  John,  and  Ann  Withers,  of  S. 
John's  in  Thanet.  At  same.  Nov. 
30,  1634. 

Bigges,  Robert,  of  Stalisfiekl,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Gates,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  William  Gates,  s. 
p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Bigges  of  East  Sutton, 
husb.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Dec. 
7,  1637. 

Bigges,  Thomas,  of  Throwley,  Imsb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Stud- 
dall,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of 
Gabriel  Studdall,  dec,  and  Avice, 
yet  living,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Paul  Bottle  of 
Throwley,  husb.,  bonds.  July  17, 
1626. 


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Bill,  John,  of  St.  Pancras  in  Middlesex, 
g.,  widr.,  about  36,  and  Jane  Franck- 
lin  of  Otham,  maiden,  about  21,  d. 
of  Henry  Francklin  of  Throwley,  g., 
who  consents.  At  Leeds.  Allega- 
tion made  and  signed  by  William 
Cragg  of  Leeds,  M.A.  Ellis  Ellis 
of  Otham,  Armtger,  bonds,  fuly  12, 
1621. 

Billingherstet  Norwood.  1646.  Taken 
from  the  Index  to  Vol.  P. 

Billingsley,  Nicholas,  of  Faversham, 
clerk,  M.A.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Let- 
tice  Besbeech,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
23,  whose  friends  are  dead.  At  same. 
Francis  Web,  clerk,  vicar  of  Up- 
church,  and  Henry  Lamb,  clerk, 
rector  of  Frinstcad,  bonds.  Aug. 
3,  1624. 

Bills,  George,  of  Maidstone,  brewer,  ba., 
about  45,  and  Maryanjury,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  30,  relict  of  Samuel  Jury,  lale 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Sutton  Valence. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  James 
Bills  of  Maidstone,  clothier.  Aug. 
6,  1622. 

Bills,  Robert,  of  Boughton  Monchelsea, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  4.5,  and  Agnes 
Whytinge  of  Maidstone,  v.,  about 
30,  d.  of  one  Whitinge,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents.  At  B.  Monchelsea. 
Sept.  19,  1627. 

Billing,  Richard,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Ann  Pope,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30,  d.  of  Catherine  Pope,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Selling. 
Ezekiel  Maxted  of  B.  Blean,  yeom., 
bonds.     Feb.  17,  1643. 

Binge,  Abraham,  of  Northbourne,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Kingsford, 
s.  p.,  v.,  24.  At  S.  M.  Northgate. 
Cant.  Christopher  Kingsford  of 
Northbourne,  husb.,  bonds.  Feb. 
21,  1644. 

Bing,  Alexander,  of  St.  Alphage,  Cant., 
miller,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Mary  Gill 
of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  28,  d.'of  John  Gill  of  Folke. 
stone,  weaver,  who  consents.  At  vS. 
Margaret's.    Oct.  10,  1624. 

Binge,  Andrew,  of  IMonkton,  husb.,  ba., 
about  31,  and  Saiah  Blechinden  of 
]\]inster  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  James  Blechinden,  s.  p.,  carpen- 
ter, who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
]ohnDeschampcs  ofS.M.Bredman's, 
[Cant.],  woolcomber.    At  Monkton. 


William  Cooper  of  Cant.,  ostler,  bonds. 
Feb.  12,  1640. 

Bing,  Henry,  of  "  Woldton  in  the 
diocese  of  Cant.,"  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
24,  and  Catherine  Lad  of  Cheriton, 
maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  John  Lad, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Cheriton. 
Sept.  24,  1625. 

Bing,  Henry,  of  Hernhill,  husb.,  ha., 
about  S2,  and  Susan  Hodgekinson, 
s.  p.,  w..  about  26,  relict  of  Robert 
Hodgkinson,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Dec.  15,   1627. 

Binge,  Henry,  of  Heme,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Mary  Turner,  s.  p,,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Joan  Turner,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents  by  a  letter  from 
Mr.  John  Reader,  vicar  of  Heme. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Henry 
Croft  of  Heme,  husb.,  and  Daniel 
Mathew  of  Swalecliff,  husb.,  bonds. 
July  24,  1638. 

Binge,  John,  of  Chilham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Barton  of  Great  Chart,  v.,  about  19, 
who,  her  father  being  dead,  is  now 
under  the  govt,  of  Mary  Barton,  a/i'as 
Bret,  wife  of  Henry  Brett,  s.  p., 
^eom.,  who  consents.  At  Great 
Chart.     Jan.  22,   1627. 

Binge,  John,  of  Kingsnorth,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Joan  Lambden  of  Hoth- 
field,  w.  of  [blank]  Lambden,  late 
dec.  At  Chilham.  Robert  Bettes  of 
Chilham, yeom.,  bonds.  Sept. 4, 1635. 

Binge,  John,  of  Selling,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Hulkes  of  Newnham,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  John  Hulkes,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  Selling 
or   Boughton  Blean.    Sept.  21,  1639. 

Binge,  John,  of  Waltham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23  or  24,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Margaret  Attaway  of 
Elmstead,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  IM.  Bredins,  Cant. 
Nov.  17,  1643. 

Binge,  Richard,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Fortune 
Twyman,  of  Hernc,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  William  Twyman,  late  of 
Birchington,  dec.,  and  now  at  her 
own  government.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     June  23,  1619. 

Binge,  Roger,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Luce  Thornton, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  38,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  S.  M.   Northgate,   Cant.    Charles 


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102 


Kego    of   S.    M.    Northgate,     victualler, 

bonds.  Jan.  18,  1626. 
Bynge,  Thomas,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Steueday,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22, 
d.  of  Thomas  Steueday  of  Staple, 
}-eom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Alar- 
garet's,  Cant.     Aug.   2,1619. 

Binge,  Thomas,  of  Frindsbury,  Roches- 
ter diocese,  ba.,  about  31,  and  Eve 
Oxenbridge  of  Ickham,  maiden, 
about  28,  d.  of  Robert  Oxenbridge, 
late  of  Birchington,  dec,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.     Oct.  6,  1623. 

Binge,  Thomas,  of  S.  Alphagc,  Cant., 
miller,  widr.,  about  31,  and  Jane 
Hall  of  Willesborough,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Gregory  Hall,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Alphage.  Sept.  29, 
1624. 

Binge,  Thomas,  of  Wingham,  miller, 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Ann  Muzret,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.  Thomas  Binge  of 
S.M  Northgate,  Cant.,  miller,  bonds. 
May  23,  1614. 

Bing,  Vincent,  of  Swalecliff,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Dorothy  Arnold,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Elias  Arnold,  dec.  At  same. 
Thomas  Cleybrooke  of  the  Precincts 
of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  clerk,  bonds. 
March  9,  1632. 

Bing,  William,  of  Ewell,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Dorothy  Dilnett,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  44, 
relict  of  Robert  Dilnett,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  about  twelve  months 
since.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  Dec.  7, 
1620. 

Bing,  William,  of  St.  Lawrence  in  Thantt, 
husb.,  ba  ,  about  25,  and  Catherine 
Sanders,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Golding,  alias  Sanders, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
William  Fagge  of  S.  Lawrence, 
yeom.,  bonds.     May  12,  1631. 

Bingham,  George,  of  S.  RIartin's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Joan 
Hulkes  of  Newnham,  v.,  about  19, 
d.  of  John  Hulkes,  s.  p.,  g.,  who 
consents.  At  Charing.  Edward  Den 
of  Cant.,  vintiier,  bonds.  Oct.  15, 
1636. 

Bingham,  George,  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 
maltster,  widr.,  and  Ann  Wilkinson 
of  Lenham,  v.,  about  20  or  21,  whose 


parents  are  dead.     At  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 

or  Molash.  March  20,  1643. 
Bingham,  Henry,  of  Wingham,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Ann  Browninge, 
s.  p.,  spr.,  of  the  like  age.  At  same. 
Nov.  20,  1629. 
Bingham,  Jonas,  of  Great  Hardres,husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Mors, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose  mother 
consents.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
William  Bingham  of  G.  Hardres, 
husb.,  bonds.  Feb.  2,  1635. 
Bingham,  Matthew,  of  Leeds,  tailor,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Dann,  of  Hollingbourne, 
w.,  relict  of  James  Dann,  late  of 
FLarrietsham,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Alexander  Fridd  of  Sutton 
Valence,  husb.,  and  John  Collinson 
of  East  Sutton,  husb.".  bonds.  Feb. 
25,    1639. 

Bingham,  Thomas,  of  Great  Hardres, 
husb  ,  widr.,  and  Mar-gery  Seluie,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Thomas  Seluie,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  George's,  Cant.     Feb.  4,  1632. 

Bingham,  William,  of  Great  Hardres, 
husb.,  ba.,  and  Susan  Richardson,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  29,  d.  of  Susan  Richard- 
son, of  Cant.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
G.  Hardres.  Thomas  Richardson 
of  Cant.,  g.,  and  William  Richard- 
son of  Harbledown,  tailor,  bonds. 
Feb   22,  1635. 

Birch,  John,  and  Joan  Pett,  of  Borden. 
At  same.     Feb.  21,  16:^4. 

Birch,  John,  of  Faversham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Anvill  of 
Preston  n.  Faversham,  v.,  about  28, 
d.  of  Eli  Anuill  of  Stalisfield,  who 
consents.  At  Preston.  Nathaniel 
Birch  of  Challock,  husb.,  bonds 
Nov.  3,  1632. 

Birch,  John,  of  Newington  n.  Sitting- 
bour-ne,  husb.,  widr.,  and  Thomasine 
Whitehead,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of 
John  Whitehead  of  Selling,  tailor, 
who  consents.  At  Newington  n.  S. 
or  Halstow.     Oct.  13,  1642. 

Birchet,  Lawrence,  of  Rainham,  fisher- 
man, widr.,  and  Mary  Frowd,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  38,  d.  of  [blank]  Frowd  of 
Bredhurst,  husb.,  who  consents.  At 
Newington  n.  Sittingbourne.  Feb. 
28,  1637. 

Birchet,  Philip,  of  Godmersham,  husb  , 
widr.,  and  Ellen  Hills  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
aredead.  AtS.  Alphage.  Dec. 9, 1633 


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104 


Birchett,  Richard, of  Tenterden,  mercer, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Phcebe  Wolball, 
s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  Hke  age.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  WiUiam  Wolball  of 
Sellinge,  g.,  bonds.     June  14,  1632. 

Bird  (Burd),  John,  of  Loose,  liusb.,  and 
Elizabeth  Bail)-  of  Frittenden,  v.  At 
Loose.     April  6,  1619. 

Bird,  Matthew,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
baker,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Barton 
of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about,  19,  d.  of  Ann  Pising,  alias 
Barton,  who  consents.  At  Thaning- 
ton.     Aug.  11,  1625. 

Bird,  William,  and  Elizabeth  Turner,  of 
Charing.    At  same.    March  3,  1631. 

Birkett,  Matthew,  of  S.  Margaret  Atcliffe, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Upton,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20  or  21,  d.  of 
John  Upton,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  same.     Oct.  17,  1645. 

Birkhened,  Richard,  of  Cant.,  g.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Catherine  Hughes  of 
Cranbrook,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of 
Catherine  Hughes,  alias  Baytopp,  of 
Tenterden,  who  is  willing,  and  now 
abiding  with  her  uncle  Sidrach 
Kemsly  of  Cranbrook,  who  is  also 
willing.  AtCranbrook.  RapheJohn- 
son,  clerk,  parson  of  Crundale,  bonds. 
April  30,  1619. 

Birkhened,  Richard,  of  Cant.,  g.,  and 
Elizabeth  Harris  of  Faversham,  w. 
At  Preston  n.  Faversham.  Oct.  10, 
1625. 

Birkhened,  Richard,  of  Sittingbourne, 
baker,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth 
Page,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Matthew  Page,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  same,  or  at  Tong  or 
at  Minster  in  Sheppy.  Richard  Catt 
of  Sittingbourne,  cordwainer,  bonds. 
July  1,  1642. 

Birkhened,  Thomas,  of  Throwley,  malt- 
ster, ba.,  about  22,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Jane  Tritton,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  William  Tritton, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  who  also  consents.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Christopher  Hollo- 
wav  of  Throwley,  carpenter,  bonds. 
May  6,  1644. 

Birtcher,  George,  of  Biddenden,  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Phillida  Tomkins, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Tomkins,  late 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Rich- 
ard Blush  of  Biddenden, broadweaver, 
bonds.     July  13,  1631. 

Bishopp,  Edward,  of  Parham  in  Sussex, 
Esquire,    ba.,    about   22,   and  Mary 


Tufton  of  Hothfield,  v.,  about  19,  d. 
of  Sir  Nicholas  Tufton,  s.  p..  Knight, 
who  consents,  as  also  does  Sir 
Thomas  Bishopp,  father  of  the  said 
Edward.  At  Hothfield.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  by  John  Viney, 
clerk,  vicar  of  Westweli.  Sept.  10, 
1625. 

Bishop,  Giles,  of  Idenin  Sussex,  yeom., 
widr.,  59,  and  Judith  Leedes  of 
Goudhurst,  w.,  about  60,  relict  of 
Thomas  Leedes,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Wittersham,  "  for  that  it  is  within  2 
miles  of  his  house."    Sept.  12,  1625. 

Bishop,  Giles,  of  St.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
clothier,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Hester 
Woodland,  late  s.  p.,  but  now  of 
Headcorn,  w.  of  Richard  VV^oodland, 
late  of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  dec. 
At  Fleadcorn.     Aug.  7,  1627. 

Bishop,  Henry,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Frances 
Acton,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Ann 
Acton,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  brother,  Stephen 
Acton,  s.  p.,  butcher.  At  same. 
Dec.  15,   1625. 

Bishop,  Henry,  of  Hunton,  tanner,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Judith  Russell  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
William  Russell,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and 
of  Elizabeth  Russell,  w.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  M.  Northgate.  May  18, 
1630. 

Bishop,  John,  of  Shadoxhurst,  hemp- 
dresser,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Allen,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
John  Allen,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  RL 
"Magdalene,  Cant.  John  Tallis  of 
Cant.,  cook,  bonds.     July  8,  1626. 

Bishop,  John,  clerk,  M.A.,  rector  of 
Chillcnden,  ba.,  about  38,  and  Jane 
Ewell  of  Barfrestone,  maiden,  about 
22,  d.  of  Mr.  Robert  Ewell,  clerk, 
rector  there,  who  consents.  At 
Barfreston.     Dec.  22,  1627. 

Bishop,  John,  and  Sarah  Gilham. — 
A])])eared  personally  Sarah  Gilham 
of  Kennington,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
Richard  Gilham,  s.  p.,  labourer,  wlio 
also  appeared  personally,  and  gave 
his  consent  that  his  daughter  shall 
marry  with  John  Bishop  of  Iden  in 
Sussex,  ba.,  about  25.  At  Kenning- 
ton. April  18,  1631.  Noie.  In  the 
margin  and  in  the  Index  to  Vol.  K. 
this  appears  as  "  Gilham  et  Bishop." 


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106 


Bishop,  John,  of  Sutton  Valence,  g., 
ba.,  about  23,  son  of  John  Bishop, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  and  Jane  Swift 
of  Hothfield,  w.  of  John  Swift,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hothfield.  April  19, 
1632. 

Bishop,  John,  of  Hothfield,  g.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Brigden,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  who,  her  father  being 
dead,  is  now  under  the  govt,  of  Joan 
Brigden,  alias  Atherley,  now  wife  of 
Anthony  Atherley,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified,  by  Thomas  Bishop  of 
Little  Chart,  yeom.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     May  15,  1633. 

Bishopp,  John,  of  Shadoxhuist,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Hills  of  Ivy- 
church,  w.  of  John  Hills,  late  dec. 
At  Ivychurch.  Edward  Fagg  of 
Shadoxhurst,  husb.,  bonds.  Aug.  8, 
1637. 

Bishopp,  John,  and  Agnes  Backall.  of 
Benenden.    At  same.     Feb.  5,  1637. 

Bishopp,  John,  of  Sittingbourne,  husb., 
ba., about  23,  whose  mothcrconsents, 
and  Joan  Hughes  of  Hernhill,  v., 
about  27,  d.  of  Susan  Hughes,  w., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  son,  John  Hughes  of  Boughton 
Blean.  At  All  Saint's,  Cant.  William 
Guelan  [or  Gnelan]  of  Cant.,  tailor, 
bonds.     June  10,  1640. 

Bishopp,  John,  of  Iden  in  Sussex,  inn- 
keeper, widr.,  and  Dorothy  Laker, 
of  Kennington,  v.,  about  33  or  34, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.  Peter  Batcher  of  Backby  in 
Sussex,  blacksmith,  bonds.  Dec.  15, 
1642.  Note.  There  can  be  no  "  parish 
of  Backby  "  in  Sussex. 

Bishopp,  John,  of  Headcorn,  clothier, 
about  21,  son  of  James  Bishopp,  s.  p., 
clothier,  who  makes  and  signs  this 
allegation,  and  Mary  Moore  of  Deal, 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Isabel  Swinford, 
alias  Moore,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  Headcorn,  Smarden  or  Sutton 
Valence.     Jan.  12,  1643. 

Bishop,  John,  of  Faversham,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Mary  Pulley,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25, 
d.  of  Martha,  wife  of  Thomas  Harris, 
who  also  consents.  At  Preston  n. 
Faversham  or  Ospringe.  Dec.  19, 
1645. 
Bishop,  Stephen,  of  Hunton  in  the  dio. 
of  Rochester,  tanner,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Joan  Wells  of  Biddenden,  w.  of 


Thomas  Wells,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Smarden.  Henry  Bishop  of  Hunton, 
tanner,  bonds.     May  31,  1631. 

Bishop,  Stephen,  of  Biddenden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Knight,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Henry  Knight,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  Bethersden. 
Sept.  5,  1639. 

Bishop,  Thankfull,  of  Plawkhurst,  g., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Elizabeth  Sloman, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  17,  d.  of  William 
Sloman,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  same.     Sept.  22,  1624. 

Bishopp,  Thomas,  of  Thanington, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Handvill  of  Great  Hardres,  v.,  about 
25,  whose  mother,  [blank]  Handvill, 
consents.  At  Thanington.  June  20, 
1626. 

Bishop,  Thomas,  of  Sutton  Valence,  g., 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Alice  Hart  of 
Little  Chart,  w.  of  Thomas  Hart,  dec. 
At  Chartham.  Stephen  Stronge  of 
Chartham,  g.,  bonds.   Aug.  21,  'l630. 

Bishoppenden,  Thomas,  of  Smarden, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Joan  Limestone  of 
Sheldwich,  w.  of  James  Limestone, 
late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.  Oct.  26,  1637. 
Note.  This  allegation  is  crossed  out 
and  "vacat"  written  in  the  margin. 

Bishoppenden,  Thomas,  of  Smarden, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Dennis 
Tilden,  s.  p.,  v.,  almost  23,  d.  of 
Henry  I'ilden,  s.  p.,  broadweaver, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  his 
son,  John  Tilden.  At  Maiden  or 
Bethersden.     July  26,  1641. 

Bishoppenden,  William,  of  Tenterden, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Amy  Little  of  Bid- 
denden, w.  of  Robert  Little,  late  s. 
p.,  tanner,  dec.  At  Biddenden.  John 
Goble  of  Woodchurch,  butcher, 
bonds.     March  4,  1633. 

Bisse,  William,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  mercer,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Joan  Scott  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  John 
Scott,  s.  p.,  brewer,  who  consents, 
and  also  makes  this  allegation.  At 
Queenborough.  April  19,  1638. 
Bissent  (Bisant),  Richard,  of  Brookland, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Noble 
of  S.  Mary's  in  the  Marsh,  v.,  about 
18,  whose  parents  arc  dead.  At  S. 
M.  in  the  Marsh.  John  Somncr  of 
the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
tailor,  bonds.     Oct.  18,  1641. 


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108 


Bissett,  Gabriel,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Evau 
Croucli  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Arnold  Crouch,  who 
consents.  At  S.  INIargaret's.  Nov. 
7,  1631. 

Bissett,  John,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  curd- 
wamer,  widr.,  ;ind  Saiah  Higgins,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  2.'3.  d.  of  Dunstan  Hig- 
gins, late  of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  who, 
at  his  going  to  Scotland,  was  here- 
unto consenting.  At  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.     May  16,  1640. 

Bix,  Ady,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  clerk, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Waller  of  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  v.,  about  20, 
d,  of  [blank]  Waller,  g.,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene  or  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     Sept.  11,  1637. 

Bix,  James,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  g., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Frances  Master  of 
S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  21,  d. 
of  Giles  Master,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
.sents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  John 
Bix  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Feb.  27, 1642. 

Bix,  John,  of  Bapchild,  g.,  ba.,  about 
22,  and  Helen  Golding  of  Maidstone, 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Robert 
Golding,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Maidstone.     Jan.  12,  1619. 

Bix,  John,  of  Bapchild,  g.,  widr.,  and 
Elizabeth  Steed  of  Harrielsham,  w. 
of  Thomas  Steed,  late  dec.  At 
Eredgaror  Bapchild.  Nov.  26,  1636. 

Bix,  Nicholas,  of  Fordwich,  g.,  ba.,  about 
35,  and  Martha  Ady  of  Faversham, 
v.,  about  25,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
Michael's,  Harbledown,  or  Faver- 
sham. Thomas  Bix  of  Fordwich, 
arniigti;  bonds.     March  6,  1640. 

Bix,  Nichola.s,  of  Fordwich,  g.,  widr., 
and  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Benson  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  w.  of 
Richard  Benson,  Esquire,  late  dec. 
At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  John  Bankes  of 
S.  John's  in  Thanet,  clerk,  bonds. 
March  2,  1645. 

Bix,  Thomas,  of  Fordwich,  g.,  ba.,  about 
30,  and  Ann  Rooke,  of  SS.  Cosmus 
and  Damian  of  the  Blean,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  William  Rooke,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Aug.  3,  1639. 

Bix,  William,  of  S.  Dunstan's  in  the 
[blank]  in  the  city  of  London,  cloth- 
worker,  ba.,  about  25,  son  of  Thomas 
Bix  of  Faversham,  who  is  willing, 
and  Elizabeth  Hamonof  S,  George's, 


Cant.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Ralf 
Hamon,  late  of  Cant.,  g.,  dec,  and 
of  Benedict  Hamon,  s.  p.,  her 
mother,  who  consents.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     Feb.  14,  1619. 

Blackbeech,  Robert,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich,  sailor,  ba.,  about  21,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Alice  Pawson  of 
S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich,  maiden,  about 
20,  d.  of  Ezekiel  Pawson,  s.  p., 
grocer,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mary's, 
in  Sandwich.  Isaac  Blackbeech  of 
Sandwich,  ironmonger,  bonds.  Feb. 
25,  1624. 

Blackberry,  John,  and  Susan  Thomp- 
son, of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich.  At 
same.     March,  4,  1638. 

Blackborne,  John,  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant ,  oastler,  and  Jane  Sweeting  of 
S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  w.  At  S. 
]\r.  Magd.     March  29,  1625. 

Blackborne,  Richard,  of  Marden, 
■  clothier,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Alice 
Startup  of  Lynton,  v.,  about  30,  d. 
of  Martin  Startup,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
John  Wvnne  of  the  city  of  London, 
"silkdyer;  bonds.     July  17,  1626. 

Blackborne,  Stephen.of  Chart  n.  Sutton 
Valence,  kerseMiiaker,  ba..  about  24, 
whose  father,  Matthew  Blackborne, 
consents,  and  Jane  Millward,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  John  Millward,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Chartn.S.V.,orLangley.  Julys,  1637. 

Blackborne, Stephen, of  Chartn.  Sutton 
Valence,  kerseymaker,  widr.,  and 
Margaret  Hunt,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.  Thomas  Blackborne 
of  Chart  n.  S.  V.,  tailor,  bonds. 
May  30,  1642. 

Blackborne,  Thomas,  of  AUington, 
husb.,  widr ,  and  Ann  Langrome  of 
Bilsington,  w.  of  Thomas  Langrome, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Bilsington. 
William  Woodland  of  Cant.,  butcher, 
bonds.     June  17,  1635. 

Blackford,  Jacob,  of  Folkestone,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Love- 
day,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Daniel 
Loveday,  s.  p.,  woollendraper,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Joseph  Phillipps  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  July  21,  1636. 
A'^o/e.—  Daniel  Lovedav,  who  was 
present,  signed  this  allegation.  His 
signature,as  I  read  it,  is  "dael  lopdell." 


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110 


Blackmore,  William,  of  Stone  in  Oxney, 
3'eom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Turner 
of  Headcorn,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
James  Turner,  who  consents.  At  S, 
!\Iargaret's,  Cant.  William  Norley 
of  Stone,  yeom.,  and  John  Barling 
of  Ebony,  veom.,  bonds.  I\Iav  2.3, 
1G.33. 

Blanche,  George,  of  Rye  in  Sussex, 
victualler,  widr.,  about  30,  and  Cath- 
erine Atkins  of  Hawkhurst,  maiden, 
about  26,  d.  of  Thomas  Atkins,  s.  p., 
victualler,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Stephen  Beale,  s.  p.,  hiazier. 
At  S.  RI.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Edward 
Harrysonnof  Rye,beeibrewer,bonds. 
July  16,  1622.. 

Bland,  Henry,  of  Tong,  taUow  chandler, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Buckmer,  s.  p., 
w.  of  William  Buckmer,  hite  dec. 
At  same.  Robert  Hall  of  Cant., 
hempdresser,  bonds.     Dec.  2,  1636. 

Blanker!,  Francis,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, seaman,  ba.,  about  34,  and 
Catherine  Oliver,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
Jacob  Chresllen  of  Sandwich, 
gardener,  bonds.     Nov.  20,  1639. 

Blankett,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
coverletweaver,  ba.,  al)Out  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Mary  'I'aylor  of 
Davington,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
mother,  now  living  at  Flernhill,  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Stephen  Pack- 
man of  Davington,  g.  At  Davington. 
Sept.  12,  163r>.     See  Blunket. 

Blathericke,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  blacksmith,  ba  ,  about  24,  and 
Priscilla  Verrier,  s.p.,  spr.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
Allegation  made  by  Robert  Gill  of 
Dover,  cordwainer.    Feb.  8,  1633. 

Blaxland,  Henry,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
veom.,  widr.,  about  55,  and  Ann 
Bennett,  of  Siuny,  w.,  about  49, 
relict  of  Lawrence  Bennett,  late  s.  p., 
yeom.,  dec.  At  Hackington.  Mayo, 
'l626. 

Blaxland,  John,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  and  Catherine 
Archer  of  Monkton,  maiden,  about 
21,  d.  of  Henry  Archer,  late  s.  p., 
g.,  dec,  and  now  under  the  govt,  of 
her  mother,  Jane  Archer,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents.  At  Birchington. 
July  20,  1624. 

Blaxland,  John,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
yeom.,    widr.,    and    Mary    Rose    of 


Chislet,  w.  of  John  Rose,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
July  20,  1630. 

Blaxland,  John,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
yeom  ,  widr.,  and  Sibylla  Emptage, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Ralph  Emptage,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.     At  same.     May  5,  1632. 

Blaxland,  John,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
ba  ,  about  21,  and  Margery  Hobday 
of  Shepherdswell,  v.,  21  and  upwards. 
At  Shepherdswell,  Barfreston  or 
Eythorne.  Edward  Gibbon  of  Shep- 
herdswell,yeom., bonds.  Feb.  8,1644. 

Blaxland  et  Cobb.  1646.  Taken  from 
the  Index  to  Vol.  P. 

Bleshinden,  Richard,  of  Bcthersden, 
carpenter,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Holnes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
John  Holnes,  s.  p..  who  consents. 
At  S.Margaret's,  Cant.  Aug.  29,  1633. 

Blewitt,  Stephen,  of  Kennardington, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Joan  Lason,  s.  p., 
v.,  almo.st  40.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Richard  Elvy  of  Kennarding- 
ton, veom,,  bonds.  June  8,  1646. 
See  Bluet. 

Bile,  Stephen,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  tailor,  widr.,  and  Margaret 
Seaman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  same.  Adam 
White  of  S.  John's  Hospital,  Cant., 
bonds.     Jan.  18,  1630. 

Blight,  Henry,  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  bricklayer,  ba.,  about  22, 
whose  father  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Austen  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  [blank]  Austen  of 
Eastrv,  yeom.,  who  also  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Blight  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  father  of  the  said  Henry. 
At  Thaninc;ton.  John  Bligh  sen., 
and  John  Bligh  jun.,  of  Cant.,  brick- 
layers, bonds.     Aug.  20,  1640. 

Blincoe,  Stephen,  of  Deal,  cordwainer, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Jane  Pittock,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Thomas 
Pittock,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  of  Jane 
Pittock,  her  mother,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Jan.  31,  1619. 

Blinstone,  Humphrey,  of'S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  wagoner,  widr.,  and  Jane 
Home  of  Northbourne,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Jane  Home,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents  by  a  note  under  her  hand. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Reginald 
Henly  of  Caut.,  farrier,  and  Thomas 
Sayer,  s.  p.,  woolcomber,  bonds. 
March  3,  1642. 


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112 


Blinstone,  William,  of  Dover,  cooper, 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Bonnet  Gilbert,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
Gilbert,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ewell. 
Humphrey  Mantle  of  Dover,  brewer, 
bonds.     Sept.  6,  1632. 

Blisse,  Richard,  of  Dover,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ann  Wade  of  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of 
Gilbert  Wade  of  Dover,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Robert  Drue 
of  Dover,  g.  At  S.  Andrew's  Oct. 
15,  1628. 

Blith,  Thomas,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
beer-brewer,  ba.,  about  23,  whose 
father,  John  Blith,  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Blith  of  Cant., 
bricklayer,  brother  of  the  said 
Thomas,  and  IMary  Eastman  of  All 
Saint's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Edward  Eastman  of  Cant., 
collarmaker,  bonds.     Sept.  11,  1640. 

Blondeau,  jacobus,  and  Jane  Mon- 
sheau,  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant. 
At  same.     March  24,  1637. 

B  loo  me,  John,  of  Sevenoaks,  g.,  ba., 
about  "  24,  whose  father,  George 
Bloome,  consents,  and  Aphra  Mery- 
weather  of  Barfrestone,  v.,  about  2 1 , 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Maid- 
stone. John  Hogben  of  Elham,  g., 
bonds.     Aug.  27,  1636. 

Blower,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
baker,  widr.,  and  Ann  Huntresse 
of  Deal,  w.  of  William  Huntresse, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Deal.  Oct.  12, 
1633. 

Blower,  Thomas,  of  Ratcliffe  in  Middle- 
sex, shipwright,  widr.,  and  Deborah 
Pilgrim  of  Pluckley,  v.,  about  20,  d. 
of  Abigail  Pilgrim,  otherwise  Wolton, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Robert  Witt  of  Egerton.  At  Pluck- 
ley  or  Smarden.  Daniel  Chittenden 
of  Cant.,  clothier,  bonds.  Nov.  27, 
1642. 

Blowne,  Thomas,  of  Elham,  labourer, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Susan  White,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  Edward 
White,  late  of  Hythe,  husb.,  dec. 
about  15  years  since,  and  now  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Oct.  14,  1622. 

Bluet,  Stephen,  of  Biddenden,  hammer 
man,  and  Elizabeth  Cleive,  s.  p., 
maiden.  At  same.  Jan.  29,  1620. 
See  Blewitt. 


Blundell,  Elias,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  widr.,  and  Ann  Gourly,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Gourly,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  John  Baxley  of 
Dover,  innholder,  bonds.  Sept.  17, 
1634. 

Blunder,  Christopher,  of  Faversham, 
bricklayer,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Rolph,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Thurston  of  Faver- 
sham, ironmonger,  and  Leonard 
Shaw,  s.  p.,  collarmaker,  bonds. 
Jan.  24,  1638. 

Blunket,  Marshe,  of  Folkestone,  glazier, 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Joan  Woodland  of  Hythe,  v., 
about  19,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  under  the  govt,  of  her 
aunt,  Margaret  Hunt,  v/.,  who  con- 
sents.    At  Hythe.     Sept.  25,  1633. 

Bluncket,  Marshe,  of  Dover,  widr.,  about 
25,  and  Elizabeth  Hilton  of  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead  At  S.  Mildred's, 
lohn  Bix,  senior,  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
June  14,  1636.     See  Blankett. 

Boade,  John,  of  Chart  n.  Sutton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Mary  Greensted, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  William 
Greenstead  of  Sutton  Valence,  broad- 
weaver,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Nov.  6,   1632. 

Bode,  William,  of  Davington,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  and  Dorothy  Cobbs  of 
Lynstead,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Mary 
Cobbs,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
Teynham.  Feneux  Edwardes  of 
Faversham,  g.,  and  John  Stone  of 
Lynstead,  clerk,  bonds.  Sept.  24, 
1640. 

Boadle,     .9^^  Bodle. 

Boatman,  Henry,  of  Sandwich,  grocer, 
ba..  about  21,  and  Sylvestra  Lawse, 
s.  p.,  v.,  17  and  upwards,  d.  of  Henry 
Lawse,  s.  p.,  innholder,  who  consents. 
At  Staple.  John  Boteman  of  Sand- 
wich, clerk,  and  Robert  Hughes  of 
Cant,  cordwainer,  bonds.  May  12, 
1646. 

Boddy,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Jane  Norrington,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Edward  Norrington, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Francis  Martin  of  Dover,  glover.  At 
S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  April  12, 
1636. 


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114 


Bode.     Si'e  Boade. 

Bodle,  Alexander,  of  River,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Morris,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Morris,  late  s.  p., 
weaver,  dec.  At  same.   Feb.  7,  1637. 

Boadle,  Anthony,  of  Faversham,  malt- 
ster, ba.,  about  25,  and  Barbara  Tay- 
lor ,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  same  age,  d.  of 
[blank]  Taylor  of  Hernhill,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  Faversham.  "Judios" 
Ferrers  of  Faversham,  linendraper, 
bonds.     July  16,  1633. 

Bodle,  Anthony,  of  Dover,  g.,  widr., 
and  Joan  Jefford,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert 
Jeft'ord,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet Atcliff  or  River.  John  Marrable 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  baker,  bonds. 
Aug.  29,  1639. 

Bodle,  Thomas,  of  Goudhurst,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Kitchin  of  Leeds,  w. 
of  John  Kitchin,  late  dec.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.  Richard  Hodges 
of  Maidstone,  yeom.,  bonds.  March 
10,  1634. 

Bodle,  William,  of  Egerton,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  34,  and  Jane  Turner,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  19,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's.  Cant.  Feb.  19, 
1628. 

Bodle,  William,  of  Headcorn,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Dawson  of  Pluckley, 
w.  of  Thomas  Dawson,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Pluckley.     Nov.   22,   1633. 

Bodle,  William,  of  Stalisfield,  yeom., 
widr..  and  i\Iary  Shilling,  s.  p.,  spr., 
about  40,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Stalisfield  or  Throwley.  Oct.  31, 
1640.     Si'e  Budle. 

Bolden,  Simon,  of  Elmstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Martha  Rucke  of 
Boughton  Blean,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
Cyriac  Rucke,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  his  son, 
William  Rucke,  s.  p.,  veom.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Sept.  30,  1629. 

Bolland,  Robert,  of  Ivychurch,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan  Hopper,  s. 
p  ,  w.,  about  35,  relict  of  Thomas 
Hopper,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Feb.  22,  1624. 

Bollen,  Daniel,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
clerk,  and  Phoebe  Gaunt,  s.  p.  At 
same.     June  11,   1633. 

Bolsar,  Richard, theyounger,  of  Wootton, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of  Richard 
Bolsar  the  elder,  who  consents,  and 
Christian  Neame  of  Lyminge,  v., 
about   20,   d.    of  widow    Neame,   s. 


p.,  who  also  consents.  At  Wootton. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  Mr. 
Samuel  Carington,  clerk,  parson  of 
Wootton,  and  Mr.  Thomas  Richard- 
son,   Notary  Public.     July  14,   1640. 

Bolton,  James,  of  Sittingbourne,  and 
Mary  Wattes  of  Kingsdown,  v.  At 
Kidgsdown.  Feb.  ""3.  1623.  SVe 
Bowlton. 

Bond,  John,  of  Rodmersham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Bankes  ot  Sutton 
Valence,  w.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Bond  of  Borden,  husb., 
bonds.     May  16,  1639. 

Bonde,  Richard,  "Parson  of Fritlenden, 
clerk,"  ba.,  about  38,  and  Alice 
Bathurst  of  Staplehurst,  w.,  about  37, 
relict  of  Thomas  Bathurst,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Frittenden.     Nov.  2,  1620. 

Bond,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, g.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary 
Pollard  of  W^oodnesborough,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  William  Pollard,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  Lawrence  Pollard  of  Wood- 
nesborough,  yeom.,  bonds.  Aug.  2, 
1630. 

Bond,  Thomas,  of  Borden,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Policy  of  Rodmersham, 
w.  of  William  Polly,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  George  Allen 
of  Milstead,  carpenter,  bonds. 
Aug.  8,  1642. 

Bonham,Mr.  George,  M.A.,  clerk,  vicar 
of  Hollingbourne,  ba.,  30  and  up- 
wards, and  Elizabeth  Wilcock,  s.  p., 
v.,  23  and  upwards,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  same.  Allegation  made 
by  William  Arundell,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
and  Leonard  Browne,  one  of  the 
Procurators  of  this  Court.  Aug.  12, 
1640. 

Bon  ham,  John,  of  Tenterden,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Thomas 
Bonham,  late  of  Woodchurch,  husb., 
dec,  and  Alice  Bunco  of  Tenterden, 
maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  William 
Bunco  of  Mayfield  in  Sussex,  dec, 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Halden. 
Sept.  17,  1621. 

Bonnard,  Roger,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  seaman,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Cage,  s.  p.,  relict  of  [blank]  Cage, 
late  of  S.  Stephen's  [Flackington], 
■  dec.  At  All  Saint's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Bing  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  husb., 
and  Richard  Bonnar  of  S.  Lawrence 
in  T.,  tailor,  bonds.     April  2,   1637. 

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116 


Bonner,  William,  of  Eastry,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Paramore, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Joshua 
Paramore,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  same.     Sept.  26,  1642. 

Bonnyar,  William,  of  Boughton  Mal- 
hcrbe,  clothier,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Elizabeth  Bishop  of  Sutton  Valence, 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Bishop, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Leeds. 
Oct.  20,  1619. 

Boorder,  Thomas,  of  Hawkhurst,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Elizabeth 
Wiley,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  Wiley, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  William  Boorder  of  Hawk- 
hurst,  broadweaver,  bonds.  Sept.  30, 
1634. 

Boorder,  William, of  S.Mary's  in  Dover, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann 
Stowe  of  St.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  v.. 
about  20,  d.  of  Ann  Stowe,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Bucke,  parish  clerk  of  St.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Tucke  of  Cant.,  tobacco- 
pipemaker,  bonds.    March  16,  1640. 

Boorman  (Boreman),  Hugh,  of  Milton 
n.  Sittingbourne,  cordwinder,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Sarah  Dowle  of 
Ospringe,  maiden  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Milton.  June  4, 
1625. 

Boorman,  James,  of  Deal,  hush.,  widr  , 
about  65,  and  Susan  Sweet,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  30,  relict  of  William  Sweet, 
late  s.  p  ,  ship-carpenter,  dec.  At 
All  Saints,'  Cant.     April  21,  1625. 

Bou reman,  James,  of  Deal,  victualler, 
widr.,  about  60,  and  Mary  Tobatt, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  44,  relict  of  I'homas 
Tobatt,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.     May  14,  1627. 

Boorman,  Richard,  of  Stockbury,  husb., 
ba.,  about  36,  and  Dorothy  Godden, 
of  Deptlinsr,  w.  of  Thomas  Godden, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Stockbury.  Sept.  29, 
1637. 

Booreman,  Stephen,  of  Sholden,  hush., 
ba,,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Cheeseman,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about 
22,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Marsh, 
and  Jacobus  Rogers,  of  Sholden, 
yeomen,  bonds.     March  4,  1639. 

Boorne,     See  Bourne. 

Booth,  Fardinando,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  mariner,   ba ,  about  21,  and 


Elizabeth  Hughes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Richard  Hughes,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  John  Tur- 
ner of  Dover,  innholder.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  D.  John  Whetston  of 
Cant.,  innholder,  bonds.  Aug,  6, 1639. 

Booth,  John,  of  Bapchild,  husb.,  ba., 
al)Out  25,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Stokes,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Simon 
Stokes,  late  of  Tong,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Schelomon 
Bowellof  Tong,  and  Arthur  Pordage, 
s.  p.,  yeomen,  bonds.  Sept.  24, 
1640. 

Borden,  John,  of  Cranbrook,  and  Joan 
Hooker  of  Lenham.  At  Lenham. 
Feb.  13,  1628. 

Borden,  William,  of  Headcorn,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Alice  Bills,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Thomas  Bills,  s. 
p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Jan.  24,  1625. 

Borden,  William,  of  Iden  in  Sussex, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  36,  and  Ellen 
Hammon  of  Staplehuist,w.  of  William 
Hammon,  late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  Staple- 
hurst.  Thomas  Shindler  of  Cant., 
yeom.,  bonds.     Nov.  20,  1635. 

Borden,  William,  of  Iden  in  Susse.x, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Olphey 
of  Benenden,  w.  of  Edmund  Olphey, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Aug.  3,  1641. 

Borton,  George,  of  Pluckley,  miller,  ba  , 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Phillpott,  s.  p.,  maiden,  above  21,  d. 
of  Robert  Phillpott,  s.  p.,  clothier, 
dec.  about  10  years  since,  and  now 
abiding  with  ht  r  mother,  Alice  Phill- 
pott, w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Jervis  Harris,  s.  p.,  weaver.  At 
Bethersden.     July  12,  1621. 

Bosly,  Robert,  of  Buckland  n.  Dover, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Matcham  of 
Coliired,  w.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Timothy  Wraight  of  Buckland, 
yeom.,  and  Richard  Badgeant  of 
Charlton,  husb.,  bonds.  May  30, 
1639. 

Bosley  [or  Botley],  Thomas,  of  Sheld- 
wich,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Katherine 
Frend,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Frend, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Clement  Kolfe  of  Swingfield, 
yeom  ,  bonds.     Jhu.  10,  1660. 

Bosworth,  John,  of  S.  Stephen's  n. 
Cant  ,  wagoner,  ba.,  about  27,  and 
Joan   Since  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 


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118 


"a  widow,  the  relict"  of  Henry  Sluce, 
s.  p.,  husb,,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Sept.  4,  1619. 

Botley,  Thomas.     See  Boslc)-,  Thomas. 

Bottinge,  James,  of  Cranbrook,  cord- 
waincr,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan 
Leafe,  s.  p.,  w.  of  James  Leafe,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Benenden  orSmarden. 
Allegalion  made  and  signed  by 
Alexander  Graye  of  Cranbrook,  fell- 
monger.     Oct.  11,   1639. 

Sotting,  [onas.ofCianbrook, cordwainer, 
ba.,  2 1  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Theodosia  Wells,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Wells,  late  of  "  Brenchesley," 
hush.,  dec.  At  Cranbrook.  March 
26,  1642. 

Bottinge,  Richard,  of  Cranbook,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  Jonas 
Botting,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Groue  of  Hawkhurst,  v.,  about  28, 
d.  of  Charles  Groue,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Headcorn.  Thomas 
Peters  of  Cranbrook,  clothier,  bonds. 
Aug.  6,  1638. 

Botton.     See  Bouton. 

Bouge,  Philip. — iV^  Bushie,  Philip,  June 
30,  1641. 

Boughtill,Henry,ofNewingtonn.Hythe, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Alice  Weyman,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  23,  d  of  Nicholas  Wey- 
man, late  of  Kingsnorth,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Mny  1.  1638. 
See  Bowtill. 

Boughton,  David,  of  Elham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Margaret  Brett,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Edward  Brett,  late 
s.  p.,  dec,  and  of  Mildred  Brett,  s. 
p.,  his  widow,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  son,  Richard  Brett, 
s.  p.,  yeom.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
June  4,  1632. 

Boughton,  David,  of  Elham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Allison,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Nicholas  Allison,  s. 
p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.  Anthony  Browne  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  yeom., 
bonds.     Feb.  1,  1641. 

Boughton,  Henry,  of  Elham,  hush.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father,  Edmund 
Boughton,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Field,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Riehard  Field,  dec.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     Feb.  9,  1632. 

Boughton,  Hugh,  of  Sandwich,  grosser, 
ba.,  24  and  upwards,  and  Susan  Wise, 
s.    p.,    w.    of    William    Wise,    late 


s.  p.,  dec.  At  Woodnesborough.  Oct. 
15,  1629. 

Boughton,  John,  of  Elham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  50,  and  Dorothy  Tayler  of 
Chillenden,  w.  of  Francis  Tayler, 
late  dec.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Aug.  30,  1630.     See  Bouton. 

Bouleing,  Thomas,  of  Boughton  Mal- 
herbe,  husb.,  widr.,  and  Catherine 
Maxted,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Martha,  the  wife  of  Thomas  Lott  of 
Boughton  Blean,  who  consents.  At 
S.  George's,  Cant.  Nicholas  Ethel- 
bury  of  B,  Blean,  husb.,  bonds. 
July  26,  1641. 

Boult,  Robert,  of  Dover,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Mary  Hedge,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  George  Hedge,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Houghrmi.  'J'homas  LEoyd  of 
Dover,  g.,   bonds.     Aug.   17,   1631. 

Bound,  Nicholas,  of  Reculver,  butcher, 
and  Frances  Glew,  s,  p.,  v.  At  same. 
March  22,  1 622. 

Bourchier,  Francis,  of  the  City  of 
London,  g.,  ba.,  about  27,  and 
Bridget  Brooke  of  Lynstead,  relict 
of  John  Brooke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Patrixbourne  or  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  John  Robertes  of  Patrix- 
bourne, anniger,  and  Francis  Plom- 
mer  of  Cant.,  beerbrewer,  bonds. 
Dec.  4,   1660. 

Bourne(Boorne),Christopher,ofBidden- 
den,yeom.,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Jane  Young,  s.  p.,  v., 
19  and  upwards,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  at  the  govt,  of 
John  Young,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Boorne,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At  Staplehurst. 
May  20,  1641. 

Bourne,  Freegift,  of  Fritienden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Rebecca  Tilden  of 
Tenterden,  w.  of  Samuel  Tilden, 
late,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Halden.  April  3, 
1032. 

Bourne,  Freegift,  of  Frittenden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Martha  Waters,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Waters,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  Thomas  Buckherst 
of  Frittenden,  and  Francis  Norman 
of  Salehurst  [in  Sussex],  yeomen, 
bonds.     April  II,  1638. 

Boorne,George,  of  Molash,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  60,  and  Elizabeth  Norman,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Matthew  Norman,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Preston  n.  Faversham.  Nov. 
26,  1628. 


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120 


Bourne,  James,  of  Staplehurst,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Burges  of  Maid- 
stone, v.,   about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead.     At  Maidstone.     Richard 
Pinar  of   Gravesend,  yeom.,  bonds. 
March  4,  1636. 
Boorne,   John,   of   Birchington,    husb., 
widr.,  about  27,  and  Abigail  Yearner, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about21,d.  of  [blank] 
Yearner  late  of  "  Spackshili  in  Suf- 
folk," clerk,  dec,  and  now  servant 
unto   Mr.   Henry    Crispe    of   Birch- 
ington, g.,  who  is  willing.    At  Birch- 
ington.     May     28,     1619.       [_NoU: 
Spackshill=Spexhall.] 
Bourne,  John,  of  Gray's  Inn,  London, 
g.,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt., 
and    Dorothy  Godfrey  of   Wye,    v., 
about  18,  d.'of  Richard  Godfrey,  s. 
p.,  g.,  who  consents.     At  Wye,  Elm- 
stead     or     Hastingleigh.       Edward 
Berry  of  Cant.,  armiger,  bonds.    Dec. 
6,  1641. 
Bourne,  Maithew,  of  Westwell,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  38,  and  Bridget  Spillet  of 
Challock,    w.    of    Nicholas   Spillet, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.    At  Challock.    Robert 
Love    of    Challock,    tailor,     bonds. 
June  13,  1634. 
Boorne,  Nicholas,  of  Westwell,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Bethulia  Sharpe, 
s.  p  ,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  Thomas 
Sharpe,  late  s.   p.,  g.,   dec.     At   S. 
M.  Bredman's  Cant.    June  13,  1623. 
Bourne,  Richard,  of  Hoath  in  the  parish 
of  Reculver,  husb.,  ba.,  25,  and  Ann 
Bather  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Ann  Bather,  s.  p.,  w., 
who    consents,    as    is    testified    by 
Thomas    Boy  man    of  S.    Peter's    in 
Thanet,   baker.     At    S.    Margaret's, 
Cant.     March  16,  1634. 
Boorne,  Richard,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich,   turner,     ba.,    about    29,    and 
Elizabeth  Tayler,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Joan  Tayler,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  same.     Nov.  16,  1635. 
Boorne,  Thomas,  of  Dodington,  yeom., 
and  Elizabeth  Cheney  of  Milstead, 
V.      At    Milstead.      John    Cheney, 
brother  of  Eliz.,  alleges  that  he  has 
the   consent  of  her  parents.     John 
Cheney  of  Bridge,  g.,  bonds.     April 
6,  1619. 
Bourne,  Thomas,  of  Heme,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father.  Jacobus 
Bourne,  s.  p.,  husb.,  consents,  and 
Mary  Swift,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 


parents    are    dead.     At    S.    Margaret's, 
Cant.     George   Fairman  of   Heme, 
carpenter,  bonds.     June  7,  1630. 
Bourne,  William,  of  Dodington,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Dukeof  Maidstone,  v.,  about  21, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  as  is  testified 
by  William  Baker  of  HoUingbourne. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.    April  29, 
1628. 
Bourne,  William,  of  Nackington,  husb., 
ba.,  21   and  upwards,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Cheshire,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  the  like  age,  d.  of  William 
Cheshire   of    S.    Dunstan's,    Cant., 
husb.,    who    also    consents.     At    S. 
George's,  Cant.     May  12,  1636. 
Bouton  (Botton),  Peter,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Sandwich,   tailor,   widr.,  and   Susan 
Hills,    s.    p.,    v.,   about    29,    whose 
parents  are  dead.     At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Philip    Warriner    of    Cant., 
mason,  bonds.     June  29,  1638.     See 
Boughton. 
Bovier,  John,  of  Graveney,  husb.,  ba., 
22,  and  Alice  Loue,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
21,  whose  parents  are  dead.     At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     Stephen  Bonier  of 
Graveney,    yeom.,  father    of    John, 
bonds.    'July  9.  1633. 
Bovier,  John,  of  Graveney,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Ewell,   s.  p.,  v.,  about  29. 
d.  of  [blank]  Biiig,  w.,  who  consents. 
At     S.     Alphage,    Cant.      Stephen 
Bovier,   "  eius   pater,"  and  Edward 
Johnson    of    Cant.,    joiner,    bonds. 
May  19,  1636. 
Bovier,   Stephen,   of    Hernhill,   yeom., 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Mary  Pettit  of 
Favcrsham,  maiden,  about   32.     At 
Minster  in  Thanet.     Sept.  19,  1627. 
Bowbanck,  George,  of  Lenham,  shoe- 
maker,   ba.,    about    33,    and    Agnes 
Carpenter,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
parents     are    dead.      At    Milstead. 
March  22,  1627. 
Bowbanck,  John,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  44,   and  Elizabeth 
Strait,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Gilbert  Strait,  late 
s.    p.,    dec.      Abraham     Parkes    of 
Queenborough,  seaman,  bonds.  July 
13,  1642. 
Bowbanke,     Robert,    of    Stourmouth, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and   Martha  Norwood 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  28, 
d.  of  the  widow  Norwood  there,  who 
consents.     At  Stourmouth.     Dec.  9, 
1636. 


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122 


Bowden,  Edward,  of  Newington  n.  Sit- 
tingbourne,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Mary  Usborni',  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas 
Usborne,  late  of  Staplehurst,  tanner, 
dec,  and  now  at  the  disposing  of 
her  brother,  Thomas  Usborne  of 
Staplehurst,  who  is  to  pay  the  said 
INIary  her  portion,  and  who  consents 
to  this  marriage,  as  is  affirmed  by  the 
oath  of  Richard  Lyford  of  Newing- 
ton aforesaid,  yeom.  At  Newington. 
May  5,  1624. 

Bowden,  Simon,  of  Dover,    ba.,  about 

23,  and  Susan  Kirton,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
19,  d.  of  Eleazar  Kirton,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Hayward,  s.  p.,  tailor.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     May  12,  1637. 

Bowel  I,  Christopher,  of  Milton  n.  Sit- 
tingbourne,  husb.,  widr.,  and  Eliza- 
Allen,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
David  Bowell  of  Tong,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Oct.  10,  1633. 

Bowell,  John,  of  Bredgar,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Rebecca  Barlinge  of 
Iwade,  v.,  20,  d.  of  Rebecca  Bar- 
linge, s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
te.stified  bv  James Tonge  of  Bobbing, 
g.  At  AH  Saints',  Cant.  Oct.  9, 
1628. 

Bowell,   William,    of  Tong,  husb.,   ba., 

24,  son  of  David  Bowell,  s.  p.,  yeoin., 
and  Mary  Harris  of  Great  Chart, 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas 
Harris,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec,  and 
now  in  the  govt,  of  her  brother, 
John  Harris,  s.  p.,  who,  with  David 
Bowell  aforesaid,  consents.  At  Rod- 
mersham.     Jan.  28,  1621. 

Bowen,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Holborn, 
Middlese.\,  mariner,  ba.,  about  25, 
and  Ann  Eastes  of  Deal,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Ann  Eastes,  s  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  Northbourne.  Jacobus 
Pacten  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.  Jan. 
13,  1644. 

Bower,  Andrew,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
brewer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan 
Fagge  of  Folkestone,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Stod- 
marsh.  William  Warren  and  John 
Pannell,of  Cant.,  shoemakers,  bonds. 
Nov.  20,  1639. 

Bowlding,  Robert,  of  Crundale,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  44,  and  Dorothy  Cock, 
s.  p.,  spr.,  about  29,  d.  of  John  Cock, 


s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  Ralph  Johnson  of 
Crundale,  clerk,  bonds.  July  3, 
1622. 

Bowlton,  John,  of  Faversham,  black- 
smith, widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Terry  of 
Preston  n.  Faversham,  w.  of  Law- 
rence Terry,  late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Simon  Walton 
of  Faversham,  maltman,  bonds. 
April  1,  1628.     See  Bolton. 

Bowser,  John,  of  Stowting,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  50,  and  Elizabeth  Goldsmith, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Ralph  Gold- 
smith, s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Paul 
Country  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Jan. 
[24  or  25],  1630. 

Bowtill,  Henry,  of  Hythe,  "  grosier," 
and  Sarah  Spicer  of  Newington  n. 
Hythe,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas 
Spicer,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Newington.  April  28,  1631.  See 
Boughtill. 

Bow-water,  Henry,  of  Sittingbourne, 
chapman,  widr.,  and  Mary  Flood  of 
S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  w.  of  William 
Flood,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Dun- 
stan's, Cant.  William  Payne  of 
Cant.,  chapman,  bonds.  Dec.  29, 
1645. 

Bowyer,  Gilbert,  of  Elmstead,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Alice  Sparepoint, 
s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Christopher  Spice  of  Elmstead, 
M'eaver,  bonds.     Nov.  29,  1636. 

Boxer,  Salmon,  of  Marden,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  26,  "and  at  his  own 
govt.,"  and  Mary  Hammon  of  Staple- 
hurst, v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Andrew 
Hammon,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Benenden,  because  their  parents 
have,  .appointed  many  friends  to 
meet  them  there.     June  10,  1626. 

Boycot  (Boicot),  Jacobus,  and  Joan 
Simons,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade.  At 
same.     Feb.  4,  1629. 

Boyd,  William,  of  S.  George's,  South- 
wark,  Surrey,  glazier,  widr.,  and 
Eleanor  Lenton  of  Wingham,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  [blank]  Lenton  of  S. 
Mary  Overyes  in  Southwark,  w., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Robert  Hewes  of  Cant., 
cordwainer,  bonds.  May  3,  1642. 
Boykin,  Josias,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Catherine 


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Harris,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Peter 
Harris,  s.  p.,  brewer,  who  consents. 
At  same.  Edward  White  of  Cant., 
innholder  and  cordwainer,  bonds. 
April  6,  1636. 

Boynes,  Robert,  of  Deal,  shipcarpenter, 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Alice  Clarke,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  John  Clarke,  late  of  Sholden, 
husb.,  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At  Deal.  July  7.  1624.  Note. 
He  signed  the  allegation  "  Robert 
Byus." 

Boys,  Alexander,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
grocer,  widr.,  and  Joan  Lilly,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Petham.  William  Kennet  of 
Cant.,  grocer,  bonds.    May  23,  1639. 

Boys,  Edward,  of  Nonington,  miles,  and 
Catherine  Hamon  of  Faversham,  w. 
At  Faver.sham.     Feb.  18,  1619. 

Boys,  Edward,  the  elder,  of  Goodnes- 
tone,  g.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Ann 
Warren  of  Dover,  w.,  about  38,  relict 
of  John  Warren,  late  of  Ripple,  g., 
dec.  about  7  years  since.  At  Great 
Mongeham.     May  17,  1621. 

Boys,  Edward,  of  Goodnestone,  n. 
W'ingham,  g.,  ba.,  about  31,  and 
Mary  Gason  of  S.  Marj^'s  in  Sand- 
wich, w.,  about  28,  relict  of  John 
Gason,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec.  h\  S. 
George's,  Cant.     April  29,  1626. 

Boys,  Edward,  of  Bettishanger,  Esquire, 
widr.,  and  FLlizabeth  Kelke  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich,  w.  of  Edward 
Kelke,  dec.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich.    July  2,  1630. 

Boys,  Edward,  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Wingham,  Esquire,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Foach  of  Bekesboume,  w.  of  John 
Foach,  late  of  Ash,  g.,  dec.  At 
Bekcsbourne.     Aug.  6,  1632. 

Boys,  Edward,  of  Willesborough,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Sanderson 
of  Ashford,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Willesborough, 
Kingsnorth  or  Elmstead.  John 
Sturton  of  Ashford,  g.,  bonds.  June 
15,  1646. 

Boys,  John,  of  Goudhurst,  Esquire,  ba., 
about  27,  son  of  Edward  Boys,  s.  p.. 
Esquire,  who  consents,  and  Luce 
Denn  of  Hackington,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Hack- 
ington. Thomas  Stocket  of  Hack- 
ington, armiger,  bonds.  March  8, 
1633. 


Boys,  John,  of  Wingham,  g..  ba.,  about 
2o,  and  Elizabeth  Parbo  of  Sand- 
wich, v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Edmund 
Parbo,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich.  May  31, 
1636. 

Boys,  Richard,  of  Redrife  [Rotherhithe] 
in  Surrey,  grocer,  ba.,  about  23,  and 
Margaret  Hughesson  of  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
James  Hughesson,  s.  p.,  merchant, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Susan 
Dugdill  [she  signed  "  dugdall  "]  of 
S.  James's  in  Dover,  sister  of  the 
said  Margaret.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Aug.  3,  1623. 

Boys,  Thomas,  of  Elmstead,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mar- 
garet AUcocke  of  Willesborough,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  John  Allcock,  s.  p., 
g.,  who  consents.  At  Sevington. 
Oct.  23,  1624. 

Boys,  Thomas,  of  Otterden,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Boys  of  Harrietsham,  consents,  and 
F^lizabeth  Croocher  of  Otterden,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  William  Croocher,  s. 
p.,  husb,  who  also  consents.  At 
Otterden.     May  25,  1641. 

Boys,  William,  of  Charing,  miller,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Boys,  consents,  and  Margaret  Insent, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Insent,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John 
Kinge  of  Pluckley,  yeom.,  and 
William  Reynoldes  of  Kennington, 
miller,  bonds.     July  29,  1644. 

Boys,  William,  of  Bethersden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Ann  Pickard  of  Bid- 
denden,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Anthony 
Pickard,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
M.  Bredman's  [or  S.  M.  Bredin's], 
Cant.  John  Bentley  of  Pluckley, 
tailor,  and  John  Willes  of  Cant., 
clothier,  bonds.     Aug.  11,  1645. 

Brabson,  Thomas,  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  gardener,  ba.,  about  27,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Brabson  of  Sturr}', 
consents,  and  Mary  Barnicle  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  23  or  24, 
d  of  [blank]  Barnicle  of  Dover,  w., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  Bucke  of  Cant.,  tailor.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Brabson 
of  Slurry,  "  garner,"  bonds.  Feb. 
14,  1638. 

Brackenbury,  Stephen,  of  Brenzet, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  27  [or  47],  and 


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Ann  Farley,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
William  Farley  of  Charing,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
June  20,  1(525. 

Bradd,  Thomas,  ofTenterden.husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Isabel  Stephenson, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  37.  At  same.  Aug. 
30,  1630. 

Brad,  William,  of  Shadoxhurst,  collier, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ursula  Pelland  of  Woodchurch,  spr., 
about  27,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.    Aug.  2,  1630. 

Bradfei Id,  George,  of  Faversham,yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  IMorris, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  same.  Nathaniel  Besbeech, 
s.  p.,  g.,  and  Richard  Harris,  s.  p., 
husb  ,  bonds.     June  29,  1639. 

Bradford,  John,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
tailor,  ba.,  30  and  upwards,  and 
Margaret  Hawyes,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas 
Hawys,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Chilham 
because  his  friends  will  meet  him 
there  at  his  wedding.     Feb.  6,  1627. 

Bradford,  William,  of  St.  Patricks  [St. 
Petrox]  in  Devonshire,  trumpeter, 
widr.,  about  45,  and  Susan  Christo- 
pher of  S.  James's  in  Dover,  w., 
about  40,  relict  of  George  Christo- 
pher, late  of  Dover,  dec.  At  S. 
James's.     Nov.  17,  1619. 

Bradford,  William,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  sailor,  widr.,  50  and  upwards, 
and  Margaret  Peirs,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
60,  relict  of  John  Peirs,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
March  16,  1625. 

Bradley,  William,  of  Frinstead,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Joan  Hutchin  of  Otterden,  v.,  about 
18,  d.  of  Hugh  Hutchin,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Otterden.  Feb. 
27,  1634. 

Bradshaw,  Edward,  of  Tenterden,  g., 
ba.,  about  32,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Ann  Watiers.  s.  p.,  relict 
of  one  John  Waters,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Wittersham.     April  14,  1638. 

Bradshaw,  John,  of  Littlebourne,  yeom., 
widr  ,  about  40,  and  Ann  Wilson  of 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  w.,  about  40,  relict 
of  Richard  Wilson,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Faversham.  Richard  Inge  of 
Cant.,  clerk,  bonds.     Aug.   1,   1627. 

Bragge,  George,  of  Cant.,  vintner,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Redwood  of  Dover,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Theophilus  Redwood, 


s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Edward  Ward  ot  Cant.,  g.  At  S. 
Mildred's.  Cant.     Dec.  22,' 1628. 

Bragge,  John,  of  St.  Andrew's  in 
Holborn,  London,  g.,  ba.,  about  27, 
and  Mary  Scott  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
v.,  about  17,  (i.  of  Thomas  Scott, 
s.  p..  Esquire,  who  consents.  At 
Thanington.  Thomas  Weekes  of 
S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  mercer,  bonds. 
May  24,  1634. 

Brailsford,  Luke,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  g.,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Fagge, 
s.  p.,  vv.  of  George  Fagge,  late  s.  p.. 
dec.     At  same.     Nov.  1 1,  1631. 

Braines,  James,  of  Dover,  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Elizabeth  Plarris,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  19,  d.  of  Peter  Harris, 
s.  p.,  beerbrewer,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Gilbert  of  S. 
Dun.stan's,  yeom.  At  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Edmondes  of  S. 
Dunstan's,  Cant.,  bricklayer,  bonds. 
Sept.  3,  1642. 

Brainforth,  Thomas,  of  Kennington,  g., 
ba  ,  about23,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Susan  Gimber  of  Newington  n. 
Sittingbourne,  v.,  about  25  or  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Newing- 
ton n.  S.  or  Mihon  n.  S.  Robert 
Hamadge  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
embroiderer,  bonds.     Feb.  11,  1642. 

Brames,  Arnold,  of  Dover,  merchant, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Joan  Ilarflet  of 
Bckesbourne,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Walter  Harflet,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Bekesbourne.  Paul  Pettit  of  Cant., 
g.,  bonds.  April  15,  1631.  Note. 
This  allegation  is  signed  "  Arnold 
Braems. 

Brames,  Arnold,  of  Dover,  merchant, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Digges  of  Chil- 
ham, V.  d.  of  Sir  Dudley  Digges, 
s.  p..  Knight,  who  consents.  At 
Chilham.  Thomas  Harfleet  of 
Bekesbourne.  armigcr,  bonds.  Aug. 
16,  1636.  N'o/e.  This  allegation  also 
is  signed  "  Arnold  Braems." 

Brames,  Jacob,  of  Dover,  Esquire, 
widr.,  about  27,  and  Mercy  Harflet 
of  Bekesbourne,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Walter  Harflete,  s.  p.,  g  ,  who  con- 
sents. At  Bekesbourne.  April  5,  1624. 

Branch,  Henry,  of  Harty,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Ann  Pemble  of 
Egerton,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of  one 
Pemble,  late  dec.     At  Lenham,  "  it 


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beinge  their  way  from  Egerton  to 
Harty,  and  Mr.  Fox,  minister  there, 
is  the  widowes  especial!  frend  and 
acquaintance  of  hers,  and  one  that 
doth  desire  to  marry  her."  Richard 
Justice  of  Cant.,  plumber,  bonds. 
Nov.  3,  1627. 

Brander,  John,  of  Wye,  cordwinder, 
ba.,  about  21,  son  of  John  Brander, 
s.  p.,  cordwinder,  who  consents,  and 
Avis  Clarke  of  Chilham,  maiden, 
about  30,  d.  of  [blank]  Clarke,  s.  p., 
cordwinder,  dec.  about  5  years  since, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
Petham,  by  reason  that  John  Mutton 
of  Petham  intendeth  to  give  them 
theirweddingdinner."  April  10,  1623. 

Brandford,  (ohn,  of  Benenden,  and 
Elizabeth"  Gyer,  s.  p.  At  Ashford. 
April  29,  1620. 

Branford,  William,  of  Challock,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Wanstall, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Henry 
Wanstall,  s.  p.,yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Eredin's,  Cant.  April  18, 
1625. 

B ranker,  Richard,of  S.Andrew's,  Cant., 
haberdasher,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Alice  Fowler  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
v.,  20,  d.  of  James  Fowler,  s.  p.. 
baker,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Thomas  Branker,  of  Cant.,  linen- 
draper.  At  S.  Alphage.  Nov.  29, 
1634. 

Branker,  Richard,  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  haberdasher,  widr.,  and 
Catherine  Brooke  of  Maidstone,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  [blank]  Brooke,  s.  p., 
haberdasher,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  "  by  Mary  Coote,  wife  of 
John  Coote  of  Cant.,  innholder, 
upon  his  oath."  At  Rainham. 
March  3,  1637. 

Brasey,  William,  of  Mersham,  linen 
weaver,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann 
Clement,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.  Ephraim  Ponnott  of 
Mersham,  yeom.,  bonds.  June  28, 
1627. 

Brasier  (Braysier),  John,  of  Fordwich, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Margaret 
Page  of  Harrietsham,  maiden,  about 
22,  d.  of  Christopher  Page,  s.  p., 
rippier,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Thomas  Meddowes  of  Cant., 
carpenter.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     May  28,  1621. 


Brasier,  Thomas,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Barbara  Omer,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d. 
of  Andrew  Omer,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Preston  n.  Wingham. 
June  4,  1632. 

Brasser,  James,  of  Reculver,  husb.,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Margaret  de  le 
Plewick,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Mondaine  Plewick, 
s  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Isaac  Secadine  of  Reculver,  husb. 
At  Reculver.     Aug.  14,   1640. 

Brattle,  Thomas,  of  Goudhurst,  sickle- 
maker,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth 
Brattle,  s,  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
Richard  Brattle,  s.  p.,  clothier,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  George 
Besbitch,  s.  p.,  clothier.  At  .same. 
May  17,  1622. 

Bray,  Charles  of  Molash,  clerk,  B.D., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Dale 
of  the  Precincts  of  Rochester  cathe- 
dral, maiden,  about  !6,  d.  of 
Christopher  Dale,  B.D.,  and  Preben- 
dary there,  who  consents.  At  BoxJey. 
Robert  Bra}-,  curate,  of  Molash, 
bonds.     Aug.  21,  1627. 

Bray,  John,  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
husb.,  widr.,  about  34,  and  Margaret 
James  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  36,  whose  friends  are  all  dead. 
At  S.  Paul's.     Nov.  20,  1624. 

Bray,  Simon,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  3),  and  Elizabeth 
Whitehead  of  Folkestone,  maiden, 
about  30,  d.  of  [blank]  Whitehead, 
late  of  the  city  of  London,  dec.  about 
3  years  since,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.    At  Folkestone.    Oct.  30,  1622. 

Brayles,  Thomas,  of  Iwade,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  45,  and  Joan  Morgane  of  Up- 
church,  w.,  about  45,  relict  of 
William  Morgan,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Upchurch.     Sept.  8,  1625. 

Breach,  Sylvester,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
butcher,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Joan  In- 
gram of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  24,  d.  of  William  Ingram  and 
Margaret  Ingram,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sent.      At   S.  Paul's.     Feb.  8,  1624. 

Bread,  Edward,  of  Seasalter,  sailor,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Jane  Collins  of  Whit- 
stable,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  [blank] 
Collins  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  who 
consents.  At  All  Saint's,  Cant. 
Andrew  Bread  of  Whitstable,  sailor, 


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and  John  Cruiso  of  Scasalter,  carpenter, 
bonds.     Feb.  9,  1635. 

Bread,  Thomas,  of  Whitstable,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ellen  May,  s.  p  , 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Nicholas  May, 
late  of  Chislet,  dec,  and  of  Margaret 
May,  alias  Greene,  wife  of  Alexander 
Greene  of  Seasalter,  which  Marf>aret 
consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Feb. 
12,  1633, 

Bread,  Thomas  of  Whitstable,  sailor, 
widr.,  and  Martha  Colwell,  s.  p.,  v,, 
about  21,  d.  of  Margery  Colwell,  alias 
Croydon,  late  s.  p.,  and  now  of  Lon- 
don, who  consents.  At  Whitstable. 
Anthony  Cooper  of  Whitstable, 
yeom.,  and  Jacobus  Genvey  de  le 
Grav  Friers,  Cant.,  victualler,  bonds, 
.Alafch  20,  1636. 

Breakspear  (Braxpeere),  Thomas,  of 
Watton  in  Hertfordshire,  tanner,  ba., 
about  42,  and  Margaret  Whale  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  27,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Milt  on  n.  Cant. 
Thomas  Jackson,  clerk,  rector  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  bonds.  March  5, 
1633. 

Brenchlie,  Richard,  of  Chilham.  and 
•Alarv  Seath,  s.  p.  At  same.  May 
31,  1620. 

Brett,  Charles,  of  Fordwich,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Mary  Dukar,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William 
Dukar,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Edward  Yonge,  s.  p.,  ar\^miger], 
bonds.     Oct.  13,  1640. 

Brett,  Giles,  of  Elham,  husb.,  ba,,  about 
30,  and  Mary  Pilcher  of  Rarham,  v., 
about  19.  whose  mother,  Lydia 
Pilcher,  alias  Symons,  now  wife  of 
Lawrence  Symons,  s.  p.,  consents. 
At  Barham. '  July  25,  1625. 

Brett,  Henry,  of  Great  Chart,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  46,  and- Mary  Barton  of 
Mersham,  w.,  about  46,  relict  of 
Thomas  Barton,  lateof  Woodchurch, 
veom.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
July  24,  1621. 

Brett,  James,  of  Beauxfield,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Mildred  Hughes 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  John  Hughes  of  Elham,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  John  Homewood  of  Coldrcd, 
yeom.,  and  Thomas  Brett  of  Sutton, 
tailor,  bonds.     March  19,  1031. 

Brett,  John,  of  Allington,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Joan  Hope  of  Kings- 


north,     v.,     about    20,     d.    of    Thomas 
Hope,   s,   p.,   husb  ,   who   consents. 
At  Kingsnorth.     Aug.  1,  1625. 
Brett,  John,  of  Wye,  yeom,,  ba,,  about 
24,  son  of  Gregory  Brett,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,   and    Margaret  Glover,    s. 
p.,  v.,  about  21,  whose  mother,  Jane 
Glover,  w.,   consents.     At  S.    Mar- 
garet's,   Cant.     Benjamin    Wells   of 
Wye,      kerseymaker,      and     Robert 
Downe,  s.  p,,   grocer,   bonds.     June 
18,  1633. 
Brett,  John,    of  Ashford,   butcher,   ba., 
about  25,  and  Ann  Baker  of  New- 
church,  v.,  about  18,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Andrew 
Wildes    of   Newchurch,    yeom.     At 
Newchurch.     April  28,  1636, 
Brett,   John,    of  New    Romney,    yeom., 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Terry 
of    Midley,    w.   of    Nicholas    Terry, 
late   dec.     At   S.    Margaret's,    Cant. 
Thomas  Brett  of  Snave,  Jurat,  and 
Stephen     Hudson     of     Warehorne, 
cordwainer,  bonds.     Dec.  7,  1636. 
Brett,John,of  S.  Margaret  AtclifF,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Church  of  S.  Nicho- 
las  Atwade,   w.    of   Roger   Church, 
late    s.    p.,    dec.     At   S.    Andrew's, 
Cant.     Sept.  24,  1644. 
Brett,   Nicholas,  of  Ringwould,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Alice  Brooke  of 
Woodnesborough,  maiden,  about  28, 
tl.  of  Re)'mund    Brooke,  late   s.  p., 
yeom.,    dec,  and  now    at   her  own 
govt.     At  S.  Andrew's,   Cant.     Oct. 
16,  1622. 
Bret,  Richard,  of  Willesborough,  shoe- 
maker, ba.,   about   23,    at    his    own 
govt.,    and    Mary    Mellow,    s.     p., 
maiden,    about  23,   d.  of  Lawrence 
Mellow,  s,  p.,  shoemaker,  who  con- 
sents.    At  S.  M.    Bredman's,   Cant. 
Nov.  12,   1623.     Nok.     This  allega- 
tion immediately  precedes  one  dated 
Sept.  29,  1623. 
Brett,  Richard,  of  Ashford,   fellmonger, 
ba  ,  about   30,  and  Margaret  Spicer 
of  Shadoxhurst,  v.,  about  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.     At  Shadoxhurst. 
May  27,  1628. 
Brett,  Richard,  of  Ashford,  butcher,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Stedman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,   whose 
mother     consents.       At    Boughton 
Aluph.     John  Spackman  of  Ashford, 
husb.,  bonds.     April  9,  1636. 


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Brett,  Richard,  of  Charing,  butcher,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ann  Hutchen,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Zachary  Hutchen, 
s.  p.,  tailor,  who  consents.  "  In  the 
parish  church  or  chapel  of  Challocli." 
April  9,  1645. 

Brett,  Robert,  of  Tenterden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Foord  of  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  24,  d. 
of  William  Forde  of  Bridge,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Kempe  of  Great  Chart,  husb.  At 
Boughton  Aluph.     Nov.  17,  1620. 

Brett,  Robert,  of  Ringwould,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Mary  Upton  ot  S.  Margaret  Atcliff, 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  John  Upton,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Atcliff.     Oct.  10,  1637. 

Brett,  Thomas,  of  Kennington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan  Wood  of 
Godmersham,  maiden,  about  21,  d. 
of  Lewes  Wood,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     Dec.  13,  1621. 

Brett,  Thomas,  of  Great  Chart,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Joan  Pemmer,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  Richard 
Pemmer,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Wood- 
church,  because  Mr.  Redeemed 
Compton,  curate  there,  intendeth 
to  bestow  a  wedding  dinner  upon 
them.     Oct.  14,  1623. 

Brett,  Thomas,  of  Great  Chart,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Susan  Cadwell 
of  Rolvenden,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Cadwell,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Binge  of  G. 
Chart,  g.  At  Rolvenden.  June  7,  1628. 

Brett,  Thomas,  of  Hawkhurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Joan  Cooke,  s.  p., 
v.,  24,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
same.  Robert  Springett,  s.  p.,  husb., 
bonds.     Feb.,  13,  1632. 

Brett,  Thomas,  of  Chart,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Persis  Tayler  of  Biddenden,  v., 
about  38,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Richard  Tayler 
of  Biddenden,  g.,  and  George  Kad- 
well  of  Rolvenden,  g.,  bonds.  May 
30,  1639. 

Brett,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
30,  son  of  Percival  Brett,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  and  Elizabeth  Polin 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Richard  Polin,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  John's  in 
Thanet.     Jan.  23,  1639. 


Brett,  Thomas,  of  Snave,  yeom.,  ba.,  19 
and  upwards,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Brett,  s.  p.,  g.,  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  William  Bat^-man  of  Eastbridge, 
yeom.,  and  Rutli  King  of  Snave,  w. 
of  Richard  King,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec.     At  Snave.    Oct.  10,  1640. 

Brett,  William,  of  Wye,  yeom.,  ba . 
about  24,  "in  the  presence  of  his 
father  consenting,"  and  Jane  Ware 
of  Aldington,  maiden,  about  23,  d. 
of  Susan  Ware,  alias  Kennard,  wife 
of  John  Kennard,  of  Aldington,  who 
also  consents.  At  Aldington.  Percival 
Brett  and  George  Fynch  "  de  Crun- 
dale,  yeom.,"  bonds.    May  27,  1637. 

Breve rton,  [Brewerton  in  the  margin 
but  he  signed  Brurton],  Richard,  of 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Judith  Dawkes,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Richard 
Dawkes,  s.  p..  Jurat,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Thomas  Stone,  s. 
p.,  mariner.  At  same.  Patrick  Masters 
of  the  city  of  London,  merchant, 
bonds.     Dec.  1,  1625. 

Brewer,  John,  of  the  city  of  London, 
Citizen  and  Grosser,  ba.,  28,  and 
Mary  Groue  of  the  Precincts  of  S, 
Gregory's,  Cant.,  v.,  d.  of  Ralph 
Groue,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  his  son,  John  Groue,  s. 
p.,  g.  At  the  Hospital  Church  of 
S.  John,  without  Northgate,  Cant. 
Francis  Groue  of  the  city  of  London, 
grosser,  bonds.     Sept.  26,  1629. 

Brewer,  William,  of  Ditton,  g.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Dorothy  H award  of 
Faversham,  maiden,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Faversham 
or  Preston  n.  Faversham.  Fremlyn 
Willoughby  of  Sandling,  and  Thomas 
Willoughby  of  West  Mailing,  gn., 
bonds.     June  21,  1625. 

Brewerton.     Sec  Breverton. 

Brewster  (Breuster),  Henry,  of  Teyn- 
ham,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  18  or  19, 
whose  father,  Thomas  Breuster,  con- 
sents, and  Susan  Lowd,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  John  Lowd,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     Nov.  8,  1642. 

Brewster,  James,  of  Tong,  g.,  ba.,  21 
and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ann  13atcheler  of  Kingsdown,  v., 
about  16,  d.  of  George  Batcheler 
of  Eythorne,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified   by    Christopher   Batcheler, 


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clerk,  rector  of  Kingsdown.  At  S.  M. 
Brcdiii's,  Cant.     July  1,  1641. 

Brewster,  John  of  Teynhara,  j-eom., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Brewster,  consents,  and  Ann  Burton 
of  Eastling,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Thomas  Burton,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  Otterden.  Sept.  23, 1639. 
Note.  This  allegation  is  signed 
"Thomas  Barton."  The  two  forms 
were  often  used  to  designate  the 
same  person  or  the  same  family. 

Brewton,  John,  of  Halstow,  sailor,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Alice 
Clarke,  s.  p  ,  w.,  about  26,  relict  of 
Jacob  Clarke,  late  dec.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.  Thomas  Bruton  of 
Rainham,  husb.,  bonds.  Feb.  IH, 
1627. 

B riant.     See  Bryant. 

Brice,  Andrew,  of  Birchington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Mary  Coleman, 
s.  p.,  relict  of  Richard  Coleman, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  July  6, 
1633. 

Brise,  Christopher,  of  Brookland,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Iddenden  of 
Cant.,  w.  of  Richard  Iddenden,  dec. 
At  Brookland.  John  Osborne  of 
Cant.,  "  imbroderer,"  bonds.  June 
17,  1631. 

Brice  et  Browneing.  [Married  at 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  where  the  entry 
is,  Christopher  Brice  and  Margaret 
Browning,  wid.  Sept.  15,  1646. 
"  Brice  et  Browneing "  taken  from 
the  Index  to  Vol.  P.  of  allegations.] 

Brice,  Daniel,  of  Faversham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Mary  Barker,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Barker,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  Simon  Brice 
of  Faversham,  and  John  Brice  of 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  blacksmiths, 
bonds.     March  24,  1633. 

Brice,  Henry,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  widr., 
about  42,  and  Margery  Binge,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Bartholomew  Binge,  late  of 
Min.ster  in  Thanet,  dec,  about  32. 
At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Richard 
Laminge  of  Preston  n.  Faversham, 
g.,  bonds.     May  6,  1619. 

Brice,  John,  of  Worth,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Catherine  Wimarke,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  40.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Oct.  10,  1637. 

Brice,  John,  of  Newnham,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  27,  whose  father,  Simon 
Brice,  consents,  and  Mary  Mun,  s.  p.. 


v..  about  17  or  18,  d.  of  Elizabeth 
Mun,  s.  p.,  w..  Mho  also  consents. 
At  Preston  n.  Faversham.  July  16, 
1640. 

Brice,  John,  of  Ash,  blacksmith,  widr., 
and  Jane  Felles  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
w.  of  Thomas  Fells,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.  Henry  Champney  of  Cant., 
locksmith,  bonds.     June  4,  1642. 

Brice,  Leonard,  of  Hawkinge,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Pilcher)^  of  Cheri- 
ton,  w.  of  Thomas  Pilcher,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Cheriton.     Jan.  20,  1637. 

Brice,  Leonard,  of  VVe.st  Cliff,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Jane  Wilkeson  of  Sutton  n. 
Dover,  w.  of  Joseph  Wilkeson,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Sutton  n.  D.  Edward 
Scale  of  Sutton  n.  Dover,  carpenter, 
bonds.     June  5,   1645. 

Brice,  Simon,  of  Faversham,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Stonehouse  of 
Chillenden,  w.  of  Nicholas  Stone- 
house,  dec.  At  Preston  n.  Faver- 
sham. Jacobus  Morris  of  Faversham, 
tailor,  and  William  Mathers  of  Cant., 
musician,  bonds.     May  10,  1641. 

Brice,  William,  of  Monks  Horton,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Brander  of  Wye, 
w.  of  one  Brander,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Brabourne,  for  that  it  is  in  their 
way  betwixt  Monks  Horton  and  Wye, 
whence  he  is  minded  to  fetch  her. 
Oct.  14,  1629. 

Brice,  William,  of  Upper  Hardres, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  20,  whose  father 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Nicholas 
Fox,  s.  p.,  husb.,  and  Joan  John- 
cocke  of  Stelling,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
Margaret  Johncocke,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.     April  7,  1646. 

Brickenden,  Nathaniel,  of  Biddenden, 
g.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Catherine 
Sharlock,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
mother,  [blank]  Sharlock,  alias 
Flood,  s.  p.,  consents.  At  same. 
Nov.  8,  1625. 

Brickenden,  Thomas,  of  Biddenden, 
g.,  ba.,  about  35.  and  Lydia  Chute 
of  Hinxhill,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Edward  Chute,  s.  p.,  Esquire,  who 
consents.  At  Biddenden  or  Benen- 
den.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  William  Stow  of  Biddenden, 
linenweaver.     Aug.  19,  1637. 

Brickenden  (Briggenden),  Walter,  of 
S.   James's  in  Dover,   seaman,    ba., 


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about  30,  and  Sarah  Hubberd,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Thomas  Hubberd 
of  Tenterden,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Moody  of  S. 
James's  in  D.,  seaman.  At  S. 
James's  in  D.  Thomas  Fann  of 
Dover,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb.  20,  1642. 

Bridge,  Abel,  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant, 
kersev  maker,  ba.,  21  and  upwards, 
with  the  consent  of  Eli*anor  Munn, 
alias  Bridge,  s.  p.,  and  Mary  Rigden 
of  Petham.  v.,  about  16,  d.  of 
Edmund  Rigden,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Walter 
Mune  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant , 
clothier.  At  Little  Hardres.  Walter 
Mond  afoiesaid,  bonds.  May  4, 
1640. 

Bridge,  Ambrose,  of  Berstead,  lime- 
burner,  ba.,  about  40.  and  Elizabeth 
Rabson  of  Shoreham,  w  ,  about  40, 
relict  of  Ambrose  Rabson,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Ea.st  Sutton.   Nov.  22,  1626. 

Bridge,  George,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  innholder,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Bissell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  32,  d.  of  Mr. 
James  Bissell,  parson  of  the  said 
parish,  who  consents.  At  Thaning- 
ton.     Nov.  14,  1634. 

Bridge,  Henry,  of  Petham,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  58,  and  Judith  Coveney  of 
Chartham,  w.,  about  48,  relict  of 
Roger  Coveney,  late  s.  p..  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.     May  2,  1626. 

Bridge,  Henry,  of  Fdmstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  father,  John  Bridge, 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  March  of 
Great  Hardres,  v.,  about  30,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
John  Anker  of  Wickham.  bricklayer, 
bonds.     Sept.  12,  1639. 

Bridge,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanct, 
glovc-r,  ba.,  above  21,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Margaret  Gryme,  s.  p., 
maiden,  above  21,  d.  of  Simon 
Gryme  of  Fordwich,  "  lyterman," 
dec.  about  10  years  since,  also  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Feb.  18,  1621. 

Bridge,  John,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
grosser,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  father 
consents,  and  FZlizabeth  Peers  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Mark 
Peers,  s.  p.,  mariner,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Chandler  of  Cant.,  grosser.  At 
Faversham.     June  27,  1631. 


Bridge,  John,  of  Wingham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  42,  and  Joan  Strowd,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  33,  d.  of  William  Strowd  of 
Petham,  husb,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Michael's,  Harbledown.  Thomas 
Hoveuden  of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
July  26,  1638. 

Bridge,  John,  of  Faversham,  innholder, 
ba.,  33  and  upwards,  and  Elizabeth 
Rettinge.s.  p  ,  w^  of  Richard  Retting, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same,  or  at  Preston 
n.  Faversham.     April  5,  1641. 

Bridge,  John,  of  Faversham,  baker, 
widr.,  and  Judith  Spilliard,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Davington  or  Preston  n.  Faver- 
sham. Edward  Bridges  of  Faver- 
sham, g.,  bonds.     May  20,  1643. 

Bridge,  Nathaniel,  of  Wye,  vintner, 
about  24,  and  Ann  Calder,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  under  the  service  of 
William  Neale,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Brook.     Dec.  24,  1627. 

Bridge,  Thomas,  of  Folkestone,  husb., 
i)a.,  about  29,  and  Kmme  Eatheridge 
of  Eastry,  maiden,  about  30,  whose 
friends  aie  dead  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     Nov.  30,   1624. 

Bridge,  Thomas,  of  Sturr}-,  husb.,  widr., 
about  38,  and  Mar}'  Beane  of  Walt- 
ham,  w.  of  George  Beane,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Edward 
Johnson  of  Petham,  husb.,  bonds. 
Aug.  18,  1634. 

Bridge,  Thomas,  ofS.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
apothecary,  about  21,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Deborah  Kingsnoth 
of  Charthnm,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Robert  Kingsnoth,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  also 
con.sents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Nov.  6,  1643. 

Bridge,  William,  of  Bredgar,  tailor,  ba.,        j 
about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Foord,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Thomas  Foord  of 
Lenham,  cooper,  who  consents.     At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     Nov.  30,    1635. 

Bridge,  William,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary 
Maiden  of  Egerton,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  Egerton. 
Erasmus  Allen  of  B.  Malherbe,  husb., 
bonds.     Feb.  22,  1636. 

Bridgeman,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  brewer,  ba  ,  about  21,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Rose  Timberlake 
s.  p.,  w.,  relict  of  John  Timberlake, 
"  late  of  the  towne  of  Glocester,"dec. 


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At  Charlton   n.   Dover.    John  Whitting-    I 
ham  of  Littlcbourne,  blacksmith,  and 
Richard  Woodman,  s.  p.,  shoemaker, 
bonds.     Jan.  21,  1635. 

Bredgman,  Thomas,  of  Tenterden, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Taylor,  of 
Craiibrook,  v.,  about  29,  d.  of  John 
Taylor  of  Pliickley,  who  const- nts,  as 
is  testified  by  Thomas  Glover  of 
Cranbrook,  broadweaver.  At  Fritten- 
den.  William  Lythall  of  Cant.,  baker, 
bonds.      Feb.  1,  1639. 

Bridger,  George,  of  Smarden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Phinees  Best,  s, 
p.,  v.,  about  33.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     May  24.  1630. 

Bridger,  John,  of  Sellense,  husb.,  ba., 
about  21,  whose  father,  Stephen 
Bridger,  consents,  and  Sib\l  Griifen, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Sarah  Pem- 
ble,  alias  Griffen,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  William  Howland, 
s.  p.,  husb.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant  ,  or 
"Sellenge."     (3ct.  26,  1643. 

Bridger,  Thomas,  of  Kennardinnton, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Susan  Rutland  of 
Tenteiden,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Tenterden. 
Henry  Fowler  of  Warehorne,  husb., 
bonds.     July  11,  1638. 

Bridges,  John,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Widdeat, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Widdet,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Isaac 
Terry  of  S.  N.  Atwade,  yeom.,  bonds. 
June  13,  1640. 

Bridges,  Robert,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
beerbrewer,  about  21,  and  Margaret 
Terry  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant ,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Leonard  Terry,  dec. 
and  of  Rachel  Terry,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  husband, 
(jeorge  Terry  [sic)  of  S.  Dunstan's, 
yeom.  At  S.  liunstan's.  June  .'iO,  1629. 

Bridges,  Robert,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant . 
beerbrewer,  widr.,  and  Priscilla  Gre- 
well  of  Chilham,  w.  of  James  Gre- 
well,  late  dec.  At  Chilham.  John 
Bridges  of  S.  Nicholas,  Harbledown, 
"  kanmaker,"  bonds.  Sept.  29,  1634. 

Bridges,  Thomas,  of  S.  Michael's, 
Harbledown,  "kanmaker,"  ba., about 
22,  son  of  John  Bridges,  who  con- 
sents, and  Elizabeth  Plart  of 
Chartham,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas 
Hart  of  Ospringe,  who  also  consents. 
At  S.  Michael's,  Harbledowne.  June 
30,  1635. 


Brigges,  James,  of  Bethersden,  husb., 
Iia.,  about  23,  and  Jane  Carpenter, 
s.  p  ,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Henry 
Carpenter,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Isa- 
brand  Love  of  the  city  of  London, 
Barber  Surgeon,  bonds.  June  22, 
1019. 

Briggs,John,of  Newnham,hempdresser, 
and  Elizabeth  Rickard  of  Goodnes- 
tone  n.  Wingham,  v.  At  Goodnes- 
tone  aforesaid.     Feb.  25,   1621. 

Briggs,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  sailor,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Blandiana  Morris,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  38,  at  her  own  govt.  At 
same.  Richard  Bewds  of  Deale, 
hosier,  bonds.     Aug.  29,  1636. 

Brigges,  Thomas,  and  Alice  Goldhatch, 
of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Ai  same. 
March  5,  1642. 

Bright,  Edward,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Forstall,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d. 
of  Edward  Forstall,  late  of  Sandwich, 
ropemaker,  dec,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  Littlebourne.     Nov.  5,  1621." 

Bright,  John,  of  Rolvenden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Dorothy  Robertes  of 
F^bony,  v.,  about  27,  whose  mother 
consents.  At  Rolvenden.  Thomas 
Higginson  of  Rolvenden,  clerk, 
bonds.     Aug.  6,  1629. 

B  rise  ley,  John,  the  younger,  of  Charing, 
collier,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
John  Briseley,  consents,  and  Alice 
Baldocke  of  Westwell.  v.,  about  21, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  John  Briselev  the  elder.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant^     Jan.   9,   1637. 

Brisley,  William,  of  Charing,  collier,  ba., 
about  20,  son  of  John  Brisly,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Mr. 
Elie,  s.  p.,  and  Joan  Titherton,  20, 
d.  of  Richard  Titherton  of  Cant., 
cooper,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     May  15,  1638. 

Brissenden,  Jeflery,  of  Frittenden,  g., 
widr.,  about  58,  and  Mary  Stronge 
of  Petham,  w.,  about  60,  relict  of 
Edward  Stronge,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Petham.  [ohn  Coleman  of  Petham, 
g  ,  bonds.  "  Sept.  20,   1625. 

Brissenden,  Nicholas,  the  younger,  of 
Frittenden,  husb.,  ba.,  about  27, 
whose  father,  Nicholas  Brissenden 
the  elder,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Buckherst,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Thomas    Buckherst,    s.    p.,   yeom., 


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wlio  also  consents.  At  same.  Robert 
lull  of  Chilham,  victualler,  bonds. 
"Dec.  6,  1643. 

Brissenden,  Robert,  of  Biddenden, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  son  of  S\mon 
Brissenden,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  and 
Margery  Bigg,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Margaret's,     Cant.     June    7,     1626. 

Brissenden,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Smith, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of  John 
Smith,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Nov.  6,  1627. 

Brissenden,  William,  of  Frittenden, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Lucy  Wood, 
s.  p.,  V  ,  about  17,  d.  of  Robert  Wood, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Nicholas  Brissende[n]  of  Frit- 
tenden, yeom.,  bonds.  Jan.  25,  1636. 

Bristow,  Stephen,  of  New  Romney, 
carpenter,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Fos- 
ter, s.  p.,  w.  of  Edward  Foster,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
William  Evans  of  N.  Romney,  fisher- 
man, bonds.     Nov.  22,  1660. 

Brltcher,  John,  of  Tunstall,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Elizabeth  Drury  of 
Bredgar,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Drury,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  April 
19,  1642. 

Brltcher,  William,  of  Ulcombe,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Tailor  of 
Harrietsham,  v.,  of  the  like  age, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  Harriet- 
sham.     May  31,  1636. 

Brittaine,  William,  of  Eastwell,  chir- 
urgeon,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Woodland,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.of 
Ann  Woodland  of  Brabourne,  \v., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  9,  1640. 

Broad,  Jacob,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, gardener,  ba.,  about  40,  and 
Margaret  Grenull  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Sandwich,  w.,  about  41,  relict  of 
Christopher  (jrcnull,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.Margaret's,  Cant.  Feb.  24,  1619. 

Broade,  William,  of  Maidstone,  fustian- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth 
Ongley,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
Thomas  Ongley,  late  s.  p.,  fustian 
weaver,  dec.  At  same.  Dec.  11,1621. 

Broadsheafe,  William,  and  Susan  Blash- 
enden  of  Tenterden.  At  same.  Jan. 
25,  1629. 


Broadstreete,  Edward,  of  Thanington, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  21  and  upwards, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  Eliza- 
beth Webb  of  Hernhill,  v.,  about  19, 
d.  of  [blank]  Webb,  dec.  At  Hern- 
hill.     Feb.  5,  1637. 

Broadstreet,  l^dward,  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  husb.,  ba.,  about  22, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  Alice 
Ginge,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Ginge, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Thomas 
Hickes,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds.  March 
6,  1640. 

Brockhull,  James,  of  Bredhunst,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Joan  Warryner,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  George 
Warryner,  late  of  the  city  of  London, 
dec,  her  mother.  Amy  Warriner,  now 
dwelling  at  Hythe,  consents.  At 
Bredhurst.     May  15,   1620. 

Brockhull,  James,  of  Sittingbourne, 
brewer,  widr.,  about  34,  and  Cather- 
ine Tomlyn  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
w.,  30  and  upwards,  relict  of  Ambrose 
Tomlj-n,  late  of  Borden,  g.,  dec.  At 
S.  Mildred's.     Nov.  9,  1626. 

Brockhull,Robert,  of  "Bredgate,"husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Waker, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of  Robert 
Waker,  late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  At 
same.     Aug.  6,  1622. 

Brockman,  Christopher,  of  Whitfield, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Stokes  of 
Sutton  n.  Dover,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
William  Stokes,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Sept.  15,  1637. 

Brockman,  John,  of  Leysdown,  husb., 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Mary  Clinton,  s, 
p.,  spr.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  same.  Robert  White,  s. 
p.,  husb.,  bonds.  Jan.  19,  1634. 
Note.  Two  days  before,  William  Long 
of  Leysdown,  husb.,  appeared  as  a 
messenger  on  their  behalf,  and  urged 
the  condition  of  Mary  Clinton,  and 
the  suspicion  that  Brockman  would 
"quite  run  away"  if  allowed  to 
come  to  procure  the  licence,  as 
reasons  why  it  should  be  granted  on 
his  (Long's)  allegation 

Brockman,  Richard,  of  Whitfield, yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Stokes  of  Sutton  n. 
Dover,  v.,  about  34,  d.  of  William 
Stokes,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Sutton.     May  13,  1636. 

Brockman,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  baker, 
widr.,  upwards  of  27  and  Mary 
Spicer,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 


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Richard  Spicer,  late  of  Lyminge,  dec, 
and  of  Elizabetli  Spicer,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     March  20,  1619. 

Brocksome,  Robert,  of  Lyminge,  and 
Elizabeth  Morris,  s.  p.  At'  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Sept.  19,  1621. 

Brockwell,  Henry,  of  Teynham,  chap- 
man, widr.,  about  44,  and  Susan 
Welles  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  26,  d.  of  Gregory  Wells,  s.  p., 
labourer,  who  consents.  AtS.  Paul's. 
Oct.  21,  1626. 

Brockwell,  Thomas,  of  Lenhani,yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  son  of  John  Brockwell, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Turner  of  Cant.,  woollen- 
draper,  and  Mary  Quilter  of  S.  John's 
in  Thanet,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  John 
Quilter,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     July  24,  1638. 

Brodnax,  Anthony,  of  Lyminge,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Mary  Ba^ly  of  Brabourne,  v., 
about  16,  d.  of  John  Baily,  s.  p.. 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Henry  Jacob  of  Lyminge,  g.  At 
Brabourne.     Feb.  12,  1635. 

Brodnax,  Anthony,  of  Lyminge,  g., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Holloway,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Thomas  Holloway, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Chapman,  s.  p., 
cordwainer.     June  27,  1640. 

Brodnax,  Henry,  of  Godmershani,  and 
Rachel  Horsmanden  of  Goudhurst. 
At  Shado.xhurst.     May  21,  1621. 

Brodnax,  Jervis,  of  Holy  Cro-s,  Cant., 
shoemaker,  widr.,  about  40,  and 
Susan  Dawson  of  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of  Daniel 
Dawson,  late  s.  p.,  weaver,  dec.  At 
S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  "by  reason 
that  James  Boykin  of  the  same  parish 
the  said  widow  her  cousin  intendeth 
to  give  them  their  wedding  dinner." 
Oct.  29  (or  28),  1623. 

Brodnax,  Richard,  of  Cheriton,  g.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Topcliff,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
30,  d.  of  Richard  Topcliff,  late  s.  p., 
dec,  and  now  abiding  with  Alice 
Topcliff,  w.,  her  mother,  who  con- 
sents.    At  same.     Sept.  28,  1 6 19. 

Broadnax,  Richard,  of  Cant.,  widr., 
and  Grace  Sabb,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank] 
Sabbs,  late  of  Goudhurst,  dec.  At 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Mr.  Richard 
Allen,  bonds.     March  29,  1636. 


Brodnax,  Thomas,  of  S.  M.  Brcdin's, 
Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Margaret 
Aucher  of  Willesborough,  v.,  about 
26,  d.  of  Edwin  Aucher.  s.  p.,  Esquire, 
who  also  conscmts,  as  is  testified  by 
Mr.  Anthony  Gibbon  of  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.,  clerk.  At  Willesborough. 
April  21,  1640. 

Bromfield,  Elias,  of  Sandwich,  cord- 
wainer, ba  ,  about  28,  whose  mother, 
Susan  Broinfeild,  w.,  consents,  and 
Ellen  Vinall,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Nathaniel 
Vinall,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.  Jacobus  Pearle  of 
Cant.,  gardener,  bonds.   Feb  5,1639. 

Brumfeild,  Stephen,  of  Bethersden, 
tailor,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Longe, 
w.  of  Richard  Longe,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
.'^t  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  June  25, 
1G32. 

Bromley,  John,  of  Ash,  luisb.,  about  22, 
in  the  presence  of  his  father,  who  is 
consenting,  and  Margaret  Gates,  s. 
p.,  V  ,  about  the  like  age,  d.  of  John 
Gates,  late  of  Whitstable,  dec,  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Oct.  28,  1629. 

Bromley,  Stephen,  of  Hougham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  37,  and  Elizabeth  Church- 
man, s.  p.,  w.,  about  28,  relict  of 
Thomas  Churchman,  late  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     July  17,  1628. 

Bromley,  Thomas,  of  Cranbrook,yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Carr  of  Staple- 
hurst,  w.  of  [blank]  Carre,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Cranbrook  or  Biddenden. 
Richard  Bromley  of  Cant.,  scrivener, 
bonds.  Allegation  made  by  Mr.  Rd. 
Birkhened,  Notary  Public,  and 
Thomas  Beale  of  Cranbrook,  yeom. 
Feb.  5,   1639. 

Bromstone,  Thomas,  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  shipcarpt-nter,  ba.,  about  22, 
at  his  own  govt.,  and  Elizabeth 
Yonge  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Thomas  Yonge,  s.  p., 
currier,  who  consents.  At  Hawkinge. 
Jan.  27,  16J2. 

Bronger,  Christojiher,  of  Headcorn. 
butcher,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Idden 
Turner,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  RLargaret's, 
Cant.     Nov.  19,   1630. 

Brooke,  Clement,  of  Hernhill,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  32,  and  Ursula  Heeler 
of  Goodnestone  n.  Favcrsham,  w., 


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about  the  same  age,  relict  of  Caleb 
Heeler,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.     Aug.  11.  1627. 

Brooke,  Gabriel,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
sailor,  and  Joan  Reade,  s.  p.,  v. 
At  same.     May  18,  1621. 

Brooke,  George,  of  jMonks  Horton, 
veom..  ba ,  32  and  upwards,  and 
'loan  Gifford,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28, 
d.  of  William  Gift'ord  of  Brabourne 
tailor,  who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  Edward  Clarke  of 
Cant.,  sergeant,  bonds.  May  26, 
1626. 

Brooke,  Isaac,  of  Staple,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Goble  of 
Milton  n.  Sittingbourne,  w.,  about 
42,  relict  of  Nicholas  Goble,  late  s. 
p.,  cordwainer,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.     May  21,  1625. 

Brooke,  Jervis,  of  Ewell,  husb.,  ba,. 
about"  32,  and  Joan  Finn,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  [blank] 
Finn  of  Whitfield,  tailor,  dec.  about 
15  years  since.  At  Ewell.  Aprils, 
1621. 

Brooke,  John,  of  Lydd,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Agnes 
Robins,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
John  Robins,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
"Mildred's,  Cant.     Feb.  2,  1625. 

Brooke,  lohn,  and  Avice  Pickarell,  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  At  same.  Jan. 
22,  1626. 

Brooke,  John,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Bradford,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Luke  Brailford, 
s.  p..  Jurat,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Robert  Nealds,  s.  p., 
mariner.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover. 
June  17,  1634. 

Brooke,  John,  of  Maidstone,  mariner, 
widr.,  "and  Mary  Collins,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Collins,  late  dec.  At  Otham. 
Dec.  19,  1634. 

Brook,  John,  of  Dover,  mariner,  widr., 
and  Alice  West,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  17, 
d.  of  Susan  West,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  her  son 
George  West,  s.  p.,  maltster.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover.     March   12,   1637, 

Brooke,  Leonard,  of  Sellinge,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Bennet  Lambe,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30,  d.  of  John  Lambe  of  Hythe, 
who  consents.  At  Sellinge.  George 
Makeney  of  Hythe,  carpenter, 
bonds.     March  24,  1635. 


Brooke,  Martin,  of  Woodnesborough, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  21,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Catherine  Johnson  of 
the  Precincts  of  S.  Augustine,  Cant., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John  Johnson, 
dec,  and  of  Judith  Johnson,  w., 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.     April  24,  1630. 

Brooke.  Raymond,  and  Ann  Sammon, 
of  Harbledown.  At  same.  March 
8,  1640. 

Brooke,  Richard,  of  Harty  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Alice  James,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  James,  late  s.  p  ,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Matheson  of  I^eysdown,  husb., 
bonds.     Sept.   12,  r633. 

Brooke,  Robert,  of  Goudhurst,  "sight- 
grinder,"  [scythegrinder]  and  Joan 
Hickmatt,  s.  p.,  spr.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Edward  RLale  of 
Goudhurst,  •'  sightmaker,"  [scythe- 
maker]  and  Lancelot  Symans  of 
Horsmonden,  sicklemaker,  bonds. 
April  23,  1619. 

Brooke,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Dirrick,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  25,  relict  of  William 
Dirricke,  late  s.  p.,  tailor,  dec.  At 
Harrietsham.     April  20,  1621. 

Brooke,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  iVIary  Garnet,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  '.^8,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Warham  Jemmett  of 
Sturrv,  innholder,  bonds.  Aug.  10, 
1637.' 

Brooke,  Samuel,  of  Woodnesborough, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Agnes 
Joyce  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich, 
maiden,  about  24,  whose  mother, 
[blank]  Joyce,  s.  p.,  w.,  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Worsyter  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich,  saddler.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Feb.  25,  1621. 

Brooke,  Sylvester,  of  Sholden,  husb., 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Catherine 
Waker  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich, 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  George 
Waker,  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  18 
years  since,  now  at  her  own  govt. 
At  Eastry.     Sept.  17,  1621. 

Brooke,  Thomas,  of  Bishopsbourne, 
joiner,  ba.,  about  39,  and  Margaret 
Parkinson  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  w.,  about  42,  relict  of  Robert 
Parkinson,  late  of  Cant.,  painter, 
dec.     At  Fordwich.     Sept.   4,  1620. 


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146 


Brooke,  William,  of  Maidstone,  glazier, 
widr.,  about  -15,  and  Elizabeth  Wil- 
mot,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  33,  whose 
friends  are  dead.  At  ^ylaidstone. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  John 
Taylor  of  Maidstone,  mercer,  "who 
believeth  the  said  John  Taylor  made 
faith  in  the  presence  of  Mr.  Robert 
Barrel!,  curate  of  Maidstone,  who 
(viva  voce)  doth  testify  that  he  is 
well  acquainted  with  the  said  John 
Taylor,  and  knoweth  him  to  be  so 
honest  a  man  that  credit  may  be 
given  to  his,  the  said  John  Taylor's, 
deposition,  and  that  he  believeth  the 
said  John  doth  not  otherwise  allege, 
inform  or  depose  in  this  matter  than 
the  very  truth  is,  and  thereupon  the 
said  John  Tavlordesired  licence,  &c." 
May  19,  1624. 

Brookes  (Bruckes),  William,  of  Deal, 
tailor,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Catherine 
Alsup,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of 
John  Alsup,  late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Jacobus  Drace 
of  S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
July  lo,  1624. 

Broome,  John,  of  Dover,  beerbrewer, 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Ann,  relict  of 
John  Filley,  s.  p.,  32.  At  Alkham. 
Fulk  Cliftone  of  St.  Magnus  in  the 
city  of  London,  stationer,  bonds. 
Aug.  4,  1625. 

Broome,  Robert,  of  Dover,  maltster,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Sarah  Goatley  of  Ash- 
ford,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead.    At  Hinxhill.    Aug.  2,  1630. 

Broome,  Thomas,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
g.,  widr.,  and  Dorothy  Maple,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  20,  d.  of  Nicholas  Maple, 
dec.  At  Hackington  [perhaps  Nack- 
ington].     July  17,  1630. 

Broome,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Alice  Wentworlh,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  William  Wentworth,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Sept.  27,  1630. 

Broome,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
John  Broome,  s.  p.,  beerbrewer,  con- 
sents, and  Aphra  Richardes  of 
Alkham,  w.  of  Stephen  Richardes, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Alkham.  John 
Swanton  of  Alkham,  yeom.,  and  John 
Bryant  of  Dover,  grocer,  bonds. 
July  13,  1640. 

Brooman  (Broman),  Henry,  of  Loose, 
wheelwright,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  at 


his  own  govt.,  and  Mary  Tolherst  of 
Boxlev,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas 
Tolherst,  s.,  p.,  fuller,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Rlargaret's,  Cant.  William 
Hoad  of  Maidstone,  blacksmith, 
bonds.     March  31,  1635. 

Broman,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Joan  Overy,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict 
of  Simon  Overy,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Dec.  1,  1626. 

Brooman,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  blacksmith,  widr.,  and  Alice 
Horton  of  Hackington,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Ann  Harris,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Robins  of  S.  John's  in  T.,  maltster. 
At  Sturry.     Oct.  29,  1636. 

Brooman,  William,  of  Chiddingley  in 
Sussex,  millwright,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Lydia  Waler  of  Great  Chart,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  John  Waler,  late  s. 
p.,  cordwinder,  dec,  and  now  in  the 
govt,  of  her  mother,  Mary  Waler, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Brooman  of  Great  Chart, 
millwright.  At  G.  Chart.  July  10, 
1622. 

Brotherton,  Thomas,  of  Eastchurch, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Agnes 
Jemmett,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Jemmett, 
late  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Richard  Goldhach  of  S.  Mildred's, 
wheelwright,  and  Arthur  Middleton, 
s.  p.,  chirurgeon,  bonds.  Oct.  28, 
1636. 

Broughton,  John,  of  Sandwich,  tanner, 
widr.,  about  49,  and  Cicely  Haleing, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  49,  relict  of  John 
Haleing,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich.     Jan.  12,  1626. 

Broun brigge,  John,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  husb.,  ba.,  about  29,  and 
Ellen  Standerd,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
25,  d.  of  John  Standerd,  late  of 
Beauxfield  alias  Whitfield,  husb., 
dec.  about  6  years  since,  and  now  at 
her  own  govt.  At  S.  j\L  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Nov.  25,  1622. 

Brouxby,  John,  of  the  Archbishop's 
Palace,  Cant.,  tailor,  widr.,  and  Ann 
Anslow  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
John  Anslow,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Hackington.  Edward  Pullenof  Cant, 
grocer,  bonds.     April  14,  1642. 

Browne,  Andrew,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
shipwright,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Agnes 
Parke,    s.   p.,    w.    of    James    Parke 

El 


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148 


[Sparkes  in  the  original,  but  Sparkes 
has  been  ahered  to  Parke  twice], 
late  dec.  At  same.  Robert  Parke 
of  Dover,  sailor,  bonds.  Dec.  21, 
1C30. 

Browne,  Arthur,  of  Leeds,  and  Mar- 
garet Peene  of  Maidstone.  At 
Maidstone.     May  15,  1624. 

Browne,  Christopher,  of  S.  Clement's 
in  Sandwich,  maltster,  ba.,  about  28, 
and  Mary  Hanimon  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Walter 
Hammon  and  his  wife,  late  of  Sand- 
wich, dec,  and  now  under  the  govt, 
of  her  guardian,  John  Peake,  g.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  I\I.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Browne  of  S.  Peter's 
in  Sandwich,  maltster,  bonds.  Oct. 
14,  1635. 

Browne,  Henry,  of Sittingbourne,  glover, 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Mary  Midleton 
of  Queenborough,  v.'.,  about  25,  relict 
of  George  Midleton  late  of  Rainham, 
dec.  At  Queenborough.  Rlarch  17, 
1624. 

Browne,  Henry,  of  Harrietsham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Mason,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24. 
At  same.  Barth.  Browne  s.  p.,  yeom., 
and  John  Browne  of  Cant.,  barber- 
chirurgeon,    bonds.     Jan.    15,   16S4. 

Browne,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Mar- 
garet Seamar,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  John  Seamer  of 
Sandwich,  vintner,  bonds.  Dec.  10, 
1636. 

Browne,  Isaac,  of  Mersham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Judith  Blacke  ofSnave, 
maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  John  Blacke 
of  Warehorne,  husb.,  dec.  about  20 
years  since,  and  now  at  her  own  govt. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Jan.  7, 
1621. 

Browne,  Jacobus,  and  Catherine  Toart, 
of  Goudhurst.  At  same.  April  12, 
1633. 

Browne,  John,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
broadweaver,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Elizabeth  Farley  of  Charing,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  William  Farley,  s.  p., 
wheelwright,  who  consents.  At  Char- 
ing.    Nov.  1,  1619. 

Browne,  John,  of  Great  Chart.,  Esqr., 
ba.,  upwards  of  22,  son  of  Richard 
Browne,  s.  p.,  Esqr.,  who  consents, 
and     Elizabeth    Scott    of    Sunderh 


[_?  Sundridge],  maiden,  upwards  of  15, 
d.  of  Edward  Scott,  Esqr.,  of  the 
same  parish,  who  also  consents.  In 
the  chapel  in  the  parish  of  Smeeth. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  John 
Taylor  of  Kingsnorth,  g.  Nov.  II, 
1619. 

Browne,  John,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
barber,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Margaret 
Stokes,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of 
Godfrey  Stokes,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.     May  28,  1621. 

Browne,  John,  of  Chart  n.  Sutton 
Valence,  husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Joan  Langley  of  Sandhurst,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  [blank]  Langley,  s. 
p.,  pailmaker,  who  consents.  At 
Staplehurst.     May  14,  1623. 

Browne,  John,  of  Ewell,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  36,  and  Margaret  Constant  of 
Tilmanstone,  w.,  about  26,  relict  of 
one  Con.stant,  late  of  Minster  in 
Thanet,  yeom.,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     Sept.  8,  1624. 

Browne,  John,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
maltster,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Ann 
Pincke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Charles  Pincke, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Thomas 
Biowne  of  Cant.,  glazier,  bonds. 
June  22,  1631. 

Browne,  John,  of  Maidstone,  pewterer, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Sarah  Tayler,  of 
Loose,  v.,  24,  d.  of  James  Tayler, 
who  consents.  At  Loose.  June 
23,  1631. 

Browne,  John,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Catherine  Kennet,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Henry  Kennet 
of  Ireland  and  of  Catherine  his  wife 
of  Dover,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Henry  Turner  of  Dover, 
husb.  At  S.  James's  in  Dover.  Oct. 
5,  1637. 

Browne,  John.of  Lenham,  broadweaver, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Tripple  of  Charing, 
v.,  about  32  or  33.  At  Charing  or 
Lenham.  William  Farley  of  Chil- 
ham,  wheelwright,  bonds.  May  13, 
1644. 

Browne,  Leonard,  of  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.,  Notary  Public,  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Ann  Bargrave  of  Eythorne,  v., 
20  and  upwards,  d.  of  Richard  Bar- 
grave  of  Chartham,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  Eythorne.     July  28,  1635. 

Browne,  Leonard,  Notary  Public,  widr., 
and  Ann  Ashfold  of  S.  Margaret's, 


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150 


Cant.,  M'.  of  Thomas  Ashfold,  late  of 
Brenzet,  g.,  dec.  At  Rrenzet  or 
Brookland.  No  date,  but  between 
March  14  and  IMarch  17,  1641. 

Browne,  Matthew,  of  Goudhurst,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  23,  at  liis  own 
govt.,  and  Joan  Hullens  of  Cran- 
brook,  v.,  about  20,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Nicholas 
James  of  Goudhurst,  broadweaver. 
At  Maidstone.  Richard  Streate  of 
Cant.,  broadweaver,  bonds.  Jan.  10, 
1636. 

Browne,  Matthew,  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  shipwright,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Jane  Nethersole  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  William 
Nethersole  of  Dover,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Henry  Turner  of 
Dover,  husb.  At  S.  Alphagc,  Cant. 
June  6,  1642. 

Browne,  Peter,  of  Swanscombe,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Ellis  of  Doding- 
ton,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Christopher 
Ellis,  late  dec,  and  of  Elizabeth,  his 
widow,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  son,  Thomas  Ellis  of  Doding- 
ton.    At  Dodington.    June  17,  1633. 

Browne,  Ralph,  of  Throwley,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Burton  of  Wood- 
nesborough,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Richard  Burton  of  Bridge,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  I'homas  Bur- 
ton of  Eastling,  chandler.  AtWood- 
nc^sborough.     June  4,  1629. 

Browne,  Roger,  of  Elmstead,  white- 
smith, widr.,  and  Catherine  Austen 
of  Little  Hardres,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Michael  Austen  of  Eastry,  who  con- 
sents. At  Little  Hardres.  March 
27,  1630. 

Broune,  Samuel,  of  Maidstone,  and  Ann 
Ball  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  At  S. 
Andrew's.     March  26,  1622. 

Browne,  Stephen,  of  Worham  [Ware- 
ham  .''],  yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Susan  Jenken 
of  Eythorne,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Jenkin,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Julv 
8,  1630. 

Browne,  Thomas,  of  Westhythe,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Claringowle  [Claringbowl 
in  the  margin]  of  Lympne,  maiden, 
about  21,  d.  of  Mankhurst  Claring- 
bowle   of    Chartham,    yeom.,    dec. 


about  14  years  since,  and  now  under 
the  govt,  of  Edward  Beane  of 
Lympne,  who  consents.  At  Lympne. 
May  30,  1623. 

Browne,  Thomas,  of  Harrietsham, black- 
smith, ba.,  about  30,  and  Jane  Taller, 
of  Charing,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Richard  Tailer,  late  of  Harrietsham, 
blacksmith,  dec.  At  Charing. 
Humphrey  Milton,  clerk,  curate  of 
Harrietsham,  bonds.     Dec.  5,  1623. 

Browne,  Thomas,  of  Bethersden,  kersey 
maker,  widr.,  about  48,  and  Martha 
Wills,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
James  Wills,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Dec.  17,  1624. 

Browne,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
labourer,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Susan 
Otes  of  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.,  w. 
of  John  Otes,  late  of  Halifax  in 
Yorkshire,  dec.  At  Thanington. 
Oct.  3,    1632. 

Browne,  Thomas,  of  Staple,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Annis  Andrew,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Jacobus  Browne  of  S.  M. 
Northgate.  Cant.,  carpenter,  bonds. 
Nov.  7,  1632. 

Browne,Thomas,  of  Sandwich,  maltster, 
and  a  [blank],  about  42,  and  Alice 
Pordage  of  Hernhill,  w.  of  Nicholas 
Pordge,  late  of  the  city  of  London, 
dec.  At  Goodneston  n.  Faversham. 
Jan.  7,  1634. 

Browne,  William,  of  Deal,  sailor,  widr., 
and  Judith  Bracey,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Bracey,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Sept.  14, 
1627. 

Browne,  William,  of  Heme,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Browne,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Knowler  of  Chislet,  v., 
about  21,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Chislet.     July  4,  1629. 

Browne,  William,  and  Mary  Evans,  of 
All  Saint's,  Cant.  At  same.  Feb. 
20,  1630. 

Brown inge,  Edward  of  Rodmersham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of  David 
Browninge,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  and 
Ann  Wachers,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d. 
of  Davy  Wachers,  s  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  a  letter  from 
John  Bradle}^  of  Frinstead,  g.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Oct.  15, 1629. 

Browninge,  Edward, ofTeynham, husb., 
ba.,    about    22,    whose    parents   are 


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dead,  and  Ann  Fuller  of  East  Sutton, 
v.,  about  30,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Timothy 
Devinson  of  Norton,  hnsb.,  and 
Ralph  Bright  of  Teynham,  hush., 
bonds.     April  10,  1637. 

Browneinge,  [ames,  of  Lj-nstead,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  and  Dorothy  Bishop, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Ann  Bishop, 
otherwise  Collier,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Richard  Browneinge, 
s.  p.,  husb.  At  same.  William 
Bulkly  of  Cant.,  barber,  bonds. 
Aug.  8,  1639. 

Browning,  John,  and  Ann  Peake,  of 
Waltham.     At  same.     June  2,  1641. 

Brown inge,  John,  of  Stanford,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Sarah  Sellaud,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Ann  Spaigne, 
alias  Sellaud,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  husband,  Thomas 
Spaine.     At  same.     March  22,  1644. 

Browninge,  Richard,  of  'I'ong,  husb., 
ba.,  22  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Frances  Joanes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
23,  also  at  her  own  govt.,  but  now 
living  with  John  Malim,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Tong.  May  22, 1629. 

Browning,  Robert,  and  Martha  Crick- 
man,  of  Kingstone.  At  same.  Dec. 
1,  1635. 

Browninge,  Robert,  and  Ann  Dowle, 
of  Petham.  At  same.  Dec.  31,  1641. 

Browning,  Thomas,  of  Hythe,  g.,  ba., 
about  23,  son  of  Thomas  Browning, 
one  of  the  Jurats  of  Hythe,  who 
consents,  and  Margaret  Huftam  of 
Ash,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  Stephen 
Hufiam,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Ash  or  Woodnesborough.  Oct. 
22,  1624. 

Browning,  Thomas,  of  Leeds,  g.,  ba., 
21  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
his  father  being  dead,  and  Elizabeth 
Bedford  of  Maidstone,  w.  of  Thomas 
Bedford,  late  dec.  At  Maidstone. 
Peter  Swinford  and  Robert  Comber- 
land  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  tailors,  bonds.     Jan.  4,  1633. 

Browning,  Thomas,  of  Nonington, 
labourer,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan 
Hamon,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
[blank]  Hamon,  dec.  At  same, 
Thomas  Hayward,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
bonds.     Aug.  2,  1636. 

Browning,  William,  of  Postling,  g.,  ba., 

about  25,  son  of  Thomas  Browninge, 

.  who   consents,  and  Sarah  Murry  of 


Ash,  w.  of  James  Murry,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Kingstone.     May  3,  1636. 

Browneing,  William,  of  S.  RI.  North- 
gate,  Cant.,  miller,  ba.,  about  26, 
whose  mother,  Ellen  Browneing, 
consents,  and  Alice  Kite  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  spr.,  about  24,  d.  of  Thomas 
Kite,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Paul's,  Cant.     April  12,  1639. 

Bruggen,  Isaac,  of  Maidstone,  thread- 
maker,  widr.,  about  36,  and  Eliza- 
beth Wickes,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  46, 
relict  of  John  Wickes,  late  of 
Middelburg  "in  the  Countie  of 
Selland."  [i.e.  the  province  of  Zee- 
land  in  Holland],  dec.  At  Maidstone. 
Feb.  11,  1623. 

Brurton.     6"^^  Breverton. 

Bruton,  John,  of  Halstow,  sailor,  widr., 
and  Joan  Edwardes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
July  23,  1631. 

Bryan,  Roger,  of  Deal,  sailor,  ba.,  about 
27,  and  Susan  Billing,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Deal.     Oct.  4,  1625. 

Bryant  (Briant),  Anthony,  of  Deal, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Susan 
Hatcher  of  Heme,  v.,  about  29,  d. 
of  Elizabeth  Hatcher  of  Sandwich, 
w.,  who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.  William  Rogers  of 
Heme,  husb.,  and  William  Baker,  s. 
p.,  husb.,  bonds.     April  19,  1643. 

Briant,  Francis,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba..  about  24,  and 
Mildred  Pettit  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
v.,  about  23,  whose  mother  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Thomas  Haddes  of 
Cant.,  g.  At  S.  Alphage.  Thomas 
Hadd  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Oct.  28, 
1629. 

Briant,  Humphrc}',  of  Deal,  vintner,  ba  , 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Thorowgood,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30, 
relict  of  John  Thorowgood,late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
Sept.  24,  1627. 

Briant,  John,  of  Goudhurst,  tanner,  ba,, 
about  28,  and  Martha  Putland,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  36,  relict  of  John  Putland, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Frittenden.  July 
5,  1625. 

Briant,  John,  of  Dover,  tailor,  widr., 
about  30,  and  Susan  Trivet,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  26,  relict  of  James  Trivet,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.     Feb.  23,  1627. 


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B riant,  John,  of  New  Romney,  yeom., 
ba.,  22  and  upwards,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Ann  Chalker,  s.  p  ,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Walter  Chalker,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  The  aforesaid 
Walter  Chalke  (sir),  bonds.  Nov. 
19,  1634. 

B riant,  Richard,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan 
Friend,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  2.5,  d.  of 
[blank]  Friend,  late  of  Eastry,  dec. 
At  S.  James's  in  D.     Sept.  28,  1632. 

Bryant,  Thomas,  of  Monkton  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Hay- 
ward  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade,  maiden, 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  2,  1620. 

Brymstead,  William,  of  Leeds,  tailor, 
widr.,  about  34,  and  Ann  Vane,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.     Sept.  16,  1624. 

Bubb,  John,  of  Cant.,  butcher,  ba.,  about 
36,  and  Elizabeth  Feild,  s.  p.,  v.,  30 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Michael's,  Harbledown. 
John  Paty  of  Cant.,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     May  16,  1640. 

Bucke,  Elias,  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant., 
husb.,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Ann 
Hawkes,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d. 
of  John  Hawkes,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  same. 
June  20,  1625. 

Bucke,  Jacobus,  and  Elizabeth  Hayes, 
of  Whitstable.  At  same.  Feb.  14, 
1628. 

Buck,  Nicholas,  of  Reculver,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  24,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Agnes  Bucke,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30, 
relict  of  Thomas  Bucke,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  about  6  j'ears  since.  At 
same.     Sept.  19,  1621. 

Buck,  Samuel,  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant., 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Archer  of  S. 
Aiphage,  Cant.,  v.,  about  15  or  16, 
d.  of  William  Archer,  s.  p.,  bricklayer, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Aiphage.  Roger 
Packar  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  husb., 
bonds.     April  22,  1639. 

Bucken,  James,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba.,  about 
22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Munroe,  s.  p.,  w.  of  George  Munroe, 
late  of  Edinburgh,  dec.  At  S. 
Aiphage,  Cant.  Thomas  Heringham 
of  Dover,  cordwainer,  bonds.  INIarch 
30,  1636.  No/e.  In  S.  Aiphage  Reg., 
"Jacob  Bucken  and  Anna  Muros." 


Buckhurstjjohn,  of  Ashford,  bricklayer, 
widr.,  about  58,  and  Amy  Middleton 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about 
35,  d.  of  Abraham  Middleton  of  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.,  physician,  who 
consents.  At  Thanington.  Aug.  10, 
1622. 

Buckherst,  John,  of  Biddenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Margaret  Coppyn 
of  S.  Aiphage,  Cant.,  w.,  about  34, 
relict  of  James  Coppyn,  late  s.  p., 
innholder,  dec.  At  S.  Aiphage. 
Nov.  18,  1624. 

Buckiierst,  John,  of  Wingham,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Swanne 
of  Wickham,  w.  of  Robert  Swann, 
late  dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
Sampson  Epps  of  Wickham,  fiarish 
clerk,  bonds.     July  19,  1630. 

Buckhurst,Josias, "of  Biddenden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Day  of  Bethersden, 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Bethersden.  George  Rutting  of 
Bethersden,  butcher,  bonds.  April 
23,  1642. 

Buckiierst, Richard,  of Stockburv,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Catherine  Pilcher, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     July  6,  1629. 

Buckherst,  Richard,  and  Dorothy 
Morris,  both  of  Brabourne.  Aug.  15, 
1643.  From  the  Reg.  of  S.  Peter's, 
Cant. 

Buckherst,  Stephen,  of  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  30,  and 
Alice  Glover  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  John  Glover 
of  Brenzett,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  George's.     Feb.  26,  1619. 

Buckherst,  Thomas,  of  Goudhurst, 
widr.,  about  70,  and  Mary  Humphrey, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  67,  relict  of  William 
Humphrey,  late  of  Cranbrook,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Oct.  16,1626. 

Buckherst,  Thomas,  of  Frittenden,  g., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Brissenden,  s.p.,  v., 
about  25,  d.  of  Nicholas  Brissenden, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Jan.  16,  1632. 

Buckland,  James,  of  Bapchild,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Hilles 
of  Smarden,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  John  Hills  of  Molash,  yeom., 
bonds.     Oct.  6,  1635. 

Buckland,  John, of  Staplehurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 


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and    Sarah    Gull   of    L3'nton,    v.,    about 

26,  d.  of  Susan  Gull,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  Lynton.  Allegation 
made  b_y Thomas  Richardson,  Notary 
Public,  and  Edward  Ware  of  Staple- 
hurst,  clothier.     Feb.  17,  1639. 

Buckland,  Thomas,  of  Goudhurst, 
clothier,  ba.,  whose  father,  James 
Buckland,  consents,  and  Mary  What- 
low  of  Tenterden,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Tenterden  or 
Cranbrook.  John  Garrett  of  Goud- 
hurst, carrier,  and  Matthew  Berry, 
s.  p.,  woolcomber,  bonds.  Feb.  22, 
1638. 

Buckland,  William,  of  Norton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Inepen 
[Syntpen  in  Eastchurch  Transcript] 
of  Eastchurch  v.,  about  30,  at  herown 
govt.  At  Eastchurch.  John  Pancase 
of  Rodmersham,  tailor,  bonds.   Oct. 

27,  1635. 

Buckman,  Stephen,  of  Graveney,  husb., 
ba.,  19  and  upwards,  son  of  Stephen 
Buckman  of  Higham  in  Rochester 
diocese,  carpenter,  who  consents, 
and  Mary  Rase  of  Graveney,  v., 
about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
as  is  testified  by  her  brother  John 
Rase,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  S.  M.  Magda- 
lene, Cant.  John  Tallis  of  S.  M. 
Magd.,  cook,  bonds.     Dec.  5,  1632. 

Buckman,  Stephen,  of  Graveney,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Greenstreet,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Mary  Barrett,  alias 
Greenstreet,  wife  of  Thomas  Barret, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Matthew  Raucon,  s.  p.,  husb.  At 
same.  John  Race  of  Hernhill,  husb., 
bonds.     Oct.  1,  1638. 

Buckston,  Ralph,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  38,  and  Joan  Rolli- 
son,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of 
Peter  Rollison.  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Nov.  30,  1625. 

Budds,  Robert,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
miller,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Longley,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Richard  I^ongley.  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same      Dec.  24,  1633. 

Budle,  Richard,  of  Chartham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  38,  and  Agnes  Stuppell, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Thomas  Bond  and  Thomas 
Mooneof  Cant.,  clothworkers,  bonds. 
March  27,  1634.     See  Bodle. 

Bulger,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,    ba.,    about   25,  and  Jane 


Chattrum,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20, 
d.  of  John  Chattrum,  s.  p.,  shipcar- 
penter,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Richard  Wood  of  Cant.,  distiller. 
At  S.  Mary's  aforesaid.  Nov.  13, 
1625. 

Bulger,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Chris- 
topher Bulger,  s.  p.,  mariner,  and 
Mary  Rliller,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  Mary  Miller,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Bulger  of 
Dover,  sailor,  brother  of  the  said 
Thomas.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover. 
Feb.  18,  1625. 

Bulkley,  George,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
stationer,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Ellen 
Layfeild  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Layfeild,  late  of  the  city  of 
London,  dec.  At  Thanington. 
William  Bycroft  of  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.,  husb.,  bonds.  March  18,  1642. 

Bulkley,  Joseph,  of  Cant.,  g.,  and 
Mary  Blackboy  of  Dover,  w.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover.  George  Bulkley 
of  Cant.,  bookbinder,  bonds.  Aug. 
6,  1639. 

Bulkley,  William,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
barber,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Wigmore  of 
S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  36.  At 
S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.     Nov.   1,   1634. 

Bull,  Henry,  of  Sandwich,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Gill  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, w.  of  William  Gill,  late 
dec.  At  Woodnesborough.  Thomas 
Goad  of  Cant.,  haberdasher,  bonds. 
Nov.  19,  1632. 

Bull,  Henry,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  FTizabeth  Jerman 
of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  v.,  about  30, 
d.  of  widow  Jerman,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Holy  Cross.  Thomas 
Goade  of  Cant.,  hatter,  bonds.  Feb. 
23,  1635. 

Bull,  Robert,  of  Great  Chart,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Hester  Ellis,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Edward  Ellis,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
James  Sharpe,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At 
same.  John  Sharpe  of  Cant.,  inn- 
holder,  yeom.     Sept.  5,  1633. 

Bull,  Robert,  of  Bethersden,  freemason, 
ba.,  about  30,  whose  father,  Richard 
Bull,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  consents,  and 
Joyce  Chittenden  of  Pluckley,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Richard  Chittenden, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.    Nov.  21,  1638. 


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158 


Bui  lie,  Isaac,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba.,  about 
21,  son  of  Walter  Bullie,  s.  p., 
brewer,  and  Mary  Partridge,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  [blank]  Partridge, 
alias  Cosbie,  wife  of  Cosbie  of  Sand- 
wich, cooper,  who  consents.  At 
Deal.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  Rd.  Birkhened  of  Cant.,  Notary 
Public,  and  Walter  Rullye,  father  of 
the  said  Isaac,  [for  whose  absence 
no  reason  is  given.]      Jan.  29,  1639. 

Bulley,  Walter,  of  Deal,  baker,  ba.,  23 
and  upwards,  whose  father,  Walter 
Bulley,  consents,  and  I\Iargar(,'t 
Junever  of  Great  Mongeham,  w.  of 
Thomas  Junever,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Northbourne or  Ripple.  May2,  1645. 

Bullocke,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Sarah 
Fenner,  late  of  Egerton,  and  now  of 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about 
24,  d.  of  Edward  Fenner  of  Egerton, 
yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  William  Bullocke  of  S.  Andrew's, 
cordwainer,  brother  of  the  said  John. 
At  S.  Andrew's.     April  27,  1625. 

Bullock,  Richard,  of  Sibberteswold 
[Shepherdswell],  warrener,  ba.,  about 
30,  and  Mary  Johnson,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  Edmund  Johnson  of 
Bishopsbourne,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
as  is  deposed  by  Thomas  Kennett  of 
Cant.,  barber  chirurgeon.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     July  5,  1625. 

Bullocke,  Robert,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth 
Piper,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Piper,  late 
dec.  At  Hackington.  Nov.  12,  1628. 

Bullock,  Robert,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
tailor,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Iggleston 
"  of  the  late  Archbishop's  Palace," 
Cant.,  v.,  about  26.  At  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.  Ralph  Eftell  of  the  Precincts 
of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  bonds.  July  10, 
1646. 

Bullock,  William,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Agnes 
Fenner  of  Egerton,  v.,  about  27,  d. 
of  Edmund  Fenner,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  "Chilham  aforesaid." 
May  3,  1624. 

Bunco,  Henry  of  Eastling,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Jane  Andrew,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Henry  Andrew,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     July  7,  1628. 

Bunce,  James,  of  Eastling,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  60,  and  AnnEUett  of  Lenham, 


w.,  about  48,  relict  of  Nicholas  Ellett, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  about  2  years  and 
a  half  since.  At  Eastling.  July  20, 
1622. 

Bunce,  James,  of  Wychling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Margaret  Swaine  of  Newnham, 
v.,  d.  of  Anthony  Swaine  of  Selling. 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Colgate  of  Newnham,  yeom.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  William  Seager 
of  Minster  in  Sheppy,  bonds.  June 
5,  1638. 

Bunce,  John,  of  Eastling,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Patience  Elliot,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Nicholas  Elliott 
dec,  and  of  Ann  Elliott,  w.,  with 
whom  she  liveth,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  her  brother,  John 
Elliot,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Sept.  29,  1631. 

Bunce,  John,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Dorothy  Hewet,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Richard  Hewet,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Horton, 
yeom.,  and  Richard  Hewett,  husb., 
both  of  Chislet,  bonds.  March  31, 
1632. 

Bunce,  Matthew,  of  Preston  n.  Faver- 
sham,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Ann 
Kingsland,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  32,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     Jan.  17,  1632. 

Buncher,  Rlr.  William,  clerk,  parson  of 
Tiffield  in  com.  Northhampton,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Sarah  Ashton  of 
Langley  in  Kent,  v..  about  24,  d.  of 
Robert  Ashton  of  Ramsey  in  Hun- 
tingdonshire, who  consents.  At 
Langley.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  Paul  Ashton  of  Panics  Perry 
[Paulerspurv]  in  com.  Northampton, 
g.   Oct.  16,'l632. 

Bunckar,  George,  of  Godmersham, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  60,  and  Joan 
Pysing,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  d. 
of  John  Pysing,  late  dec,  "and  also 
the  d.  of  Mary  Pysing  of  Elham, 
her  mother."  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.    May  1,  1620. 

Bunckle,  William,  of  Woodchurch, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann 
Prestone,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  18,  d. 
of  Jasper  Prestone,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents.   At  same.    June  26,  1620. 

Bunckley,  William,  the  younger,  of 
Woodchurch,  husb.,  ba.,  about  19, 
whose    father,    William    Bunkly  the 


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elder,  consents,  and  Judith  Allen,  s.  p., 
v.,  21  and  upwards,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Thanington.  Nov. 
20,  1639. 

Bungay,  John,  of  Cant.,  g.,  widr.,  and 
IMary 'Phillipps,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank] 
Phillipps,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.  May  31,  1628. 

Bunting,  James,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Evans,  s  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  William  Evans,  s.  p.,  gun- 
smith, who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Ann  Turnly,  s.  p.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Feb.  14, 
1641. 

Bunting,  Richard,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  widr.,  and  Frances  Evers, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Euers,  dec.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Christopher  Stagg 
of  "  Rcdrilfe  in  Sussex,"  mariner, 
bonds.     March  11,  1632. 

Burbidge,  William,  of  Queenborough, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  22  or  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Elizabeth 
Maxted  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Laurence  Maxted, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
M.  Northgate,  Cant.    June  18,  1644. 

Burch,  William,  of  Lyminge,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Frances  Rolfe,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  Nicholas  Rolfe,  dec,  and  now  at 
her  own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Aug.  1,  1629. 

Burclner,  George,  of  Ulcombe,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Rofc 
of  Biddenden,  v.,  about  22,  who, 
her  father  being  dead,  is  now  under 
the  govt,  of  her  father-in-law,  Rich- 
ard Blush,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Biddenden.     Oct.  14,  1625. 

Burchet,  W^illiam,  of  Goudhurst,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Mary  Shoobridge 
of  Biddenden,  v.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Robert  Shoobridge  of  Goud- 
hurst, and  Thomas  Shoobridge  of 
Biddenden,  broadweavers,  bonds. 
May  25,  1629. 

BurcJiley,  John,  of  Tenterden,  Jurat, 
and  Joan  Preston,  s.  p.,  spr.  At 
Halden.     April  8,  1619. 

Burden,  Harbert,  of  Frittenden,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Bayly,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Christopher 
Bayly,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  tes- 


tified by  Martin  Burden  of  Cranbrook, 
broadweaver.  At  S.  Martin's,  Cant. 
Roger  Frend  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.     June  7,  1630. 

Burden,  Henry,  of  Petham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Catherine  Boorne,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  [blank] 
Boorne  of  Bishopsbourne,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Jan.  26,  1619, 

Burdon,  Henry,  of  Norton,  g.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Lucy  Henman  of 
Lynstead,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Ralph  Plenman  of  Murston,  yeom., 
dec.  about  18  (?)  years  since,  and 
now  dwelling  with  Stephen  Osborne 
of  Lynstead,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  William  Heydon,  uncle 
of  the  said  Lucy.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     July  9,  1621. 

Burden,  Thomas,  "of  Biddenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father,  John 
Burden,  consents,  and  Sarah  Munne 
of  Hothfield,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d. 
of  Walter  Munne,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Julv  22,  1644. 

Burfoote,  Alexander,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  whose  father, 
Alexander  Burfoote,  s.  p.,  husb., 
consents,  and  Jane  Duke,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  Thomas  Duke,  late 
s,  p.,  dec,  who  in  his  lifetime  was 
consenting  hereunto,  and  in  regard 
of  the  intention  of  marriage  made 
the  said  Alexander  executor  of  his 
last  will  and  testament.  At  same. 
May  22,  1638. 

Burfoote,  Stephen,  of  Chart  n.  Sutton 
Valence,  husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  whose 
father,  Alexander  Burfoote,  consents, 
and  Margaret  Fullager  of  Headcorn, 
v.,  about  18,  whose  parents  being 
dead,  she  is  now  at  the  govt,  of 
Christopher  Fullager,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Rade  of  Charing,  butcher. 
At  S.  INIargaret's,  Cant.  Zacharias 
Hutchen  of  Charing,  tailor,  bonds. 
Oct.  13,  1640. 

Burfoord,  Thomas,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  44,  and  Sarah 
Stenninges  of  Thurnham,  w.,  about 
39,  relict  of  Jeremy  Stenninges,  late 
of  Cant.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  Thurnham. 
May  18,  1620. 

Burford,  Thomas,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Joan  Knocke  of 


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Pluckley,  w.  of  Robert  Knocke,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Pluckley.  July  30, 
1629. 

Burford  (Barfibrd,  Burfoote),  William, 
of  Staplehurst,  hiisb.,  widr.,  and 
]\Iary  Martin,  s.  p.,  w.  At  Cranbrook. 
Elias  Tonge  of  Charing,  shovel- 
maker,  bonds.     June  26,  1638. 

Burgeman,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  shipwright,  widr.,  and  Ann 
Rye  of  S.  James's  in  Dover,  v.,  about 
30,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
James's  in  D.  Thomas  Charell  of 
Dover,  cutler,  bonds.     Oct.  2,  1638. 

Burges,  Francis,  of  Hothfield,  husb., 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Grace  Whiteworth  [White- 
wood  in  the  margin],  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  26,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.    At  Hothfield.    Sept.  2,  1620. 

Burges,  Joel,  of  Tenterden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Margaret  Austen  of 
Rolvenden,  maiden,  about  17,  d.  of 
John  Austen,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec, 
and  now  in  the  govt,  of  Alice  Austen, 
s.p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  10,  1621. 

Burges,  Joel,  of  Tenterden,  g.,  widr., 
and  Mrs.  Joan  Wightwickc,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Humphry  Wightwick,  late  s.  p., 
g.,  dec.  At  Rolvenden  or  Stone  in 
b.xney.     July  1,  1645. 

Burges,  John,  of  Lenham,  husb.,  ba  , 
abont  24,  and  Mary  Hodges,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Arthur  Hodges, 
late  of  Charing,  dec,  and  now  under 
the  govt,  of  Thomasine  Hodges,  her 
mother,  who  consents.  "In  the 
church  of  St.  George  the  Apostle  in 
the  cittie  of  Cant."     June  7,   1624. 

Burges,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Vahan 
Wilkins,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d. 
of  one  Wilkins  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  husb.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover.     Sept.     11,   1624. 

Burges,  John,  of  Milstead,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Bridget  Dawby  of  Bapchild,\v. 
of  Thomas  Dawby,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  William 
CatJet  of  Doddington,  and  Henry 
Bateman  of  Godmersham,  yeomen, 
bonds.     Feb.  4,  1635. 

Burges,  John,  of  Lenham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Sarah  Williamson,  s. 
p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of  George 
Williamson,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Asby    [Ashby] 


of  Stockbury,  bricklayer.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Feb.  11,  1635. 

Burges,  Robert,  of  Sheldwich,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Catherine  Adams 
of  Great  Chart,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
John  Adams,  s.  p.,  butcher,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Wood  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  distiller. 
At  G.  Chart.     Oct.  25,  1630. 

Burges,  Samuel,  of  Biddenden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Catherine  Andrews 
of  Brook,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Thomas  Andrewes,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.  July 
22,  1622. 

Burges,  Thomas,  of  Molash,  husb.,  ba., 
whose  mother,  Jane  Burges,  consents, 
and  Jane  Meere,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25, 
d.  of  William  Meere,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  also  consents.  At  same.  William 
Meere  of  Chilham,  husb.,  bonds. 
July  31,  1641. 

Burkum,  William,  of  Hawkhurst,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Joice  Quaife,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d. 
of  [blank]  Mercer,  alias  Quaife, 
now  wife  of  George  Mercer,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Daniell,  of  Cranbrook, 
painter.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Jan.  28,  1633. 

Burnham,  Tobias,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  shipcarpenter,  ba.,  about  23, 
at  his  own  govt.,  and  Frances, 
Cooper  of  Borden,  v.,  about  24, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Richard  Allen  of 
Borden,  g.,  and  Daniel  Nash,  s.  p., 
hcmpdresser,  bonds.    Dec.  22,  1640. 

Burnley,  Michael,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
merchant,  widr.,  and  Frances  Haruey, 
of  Hougham,  w.  of  Valentine  Haruey, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hougham.  May 
31,  1632.  Note.  "Burly"  in  the 
margin,  but  signed  "  by  me  Michaell 
Burnley." 

Burr,  William,  of  Fairfield,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  50,  and  Ann  Munne  of  Ivy- 
church,  V.,-  about  22,  d.  of  Walter 
Munne  of  iMarden,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Aug.  28, 1628. 

Burrell,  John,  of  Smecth,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Browne,  of  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.,  w.  of  John  Browne, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Tittle  Hardres 
or  Smeeth.  Leonard  Browne  of 
Cant.,  Notary  Public,  bonds.  Oct. 
5,  1641. 


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Burrell,  Nicholas,  of  Hernhill,  tilemakcr 
ba.,  21,  and  upwards,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Am\-  Pemblc  of  Goodncs- 
tonc  n.  Favcrsham,  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  Daniel  Pemble,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who 
consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
William  Ewcsden  ofBoughtonBlean, 
butcher,  bonds.     Jan.  3,  1642. 

Burrldge,  Jo:  [John],  of  Brookland, 
luisb.,  widr.,  about  33,  and  Luce 
Luson  of  Willesborough,  v.,  about 
43,  whose  parents  arc  dead.  At 
Willesborough.  April  5,  1634.  Note. 
In  the  Transcript  the  entr}'  gives  the 
names  as  John  Burridge  and  Luce 
Ferris. 

Burridge,  Stephen,  of  Marden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  20,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Thomasine  Over}-,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  May  9,  1627. 

Burrish,  Richard. — Which  day  appeared 
personally  Catherine  Sayre  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich,  single  woman, 
about  35,  d.  of  Roger  Sa3Te  of  North- 
bourne,  husb.,  who  consents,  and 
allegeth  that  she  intendeth  to  marry 
with  Richard  Burrish,  late  of  S. 
Lawrence  in  Thanet,  nialtman,  about 
28,  who,  hy  reason  of  his  imprison- 
ment in  the  Jail  of  Sandwich,  could 
not  personally  appear,  and  desireth 
licence  for  them,  the  said  Catherine 
and  Richard,  to  be  married  in  the 
church  of  S.  Peter  in  Sandwich.  Feb. 

3,  1622.     [they  were  married  Feb. 

4,  so  probably  he,  like  Anthony  La)-- 
ton  in  1582,  came  out  of  prison  to 
be  married.  See  Reg.  of  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.,  p.  78.] 

Burt,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
carpenter,  widr.,  about  35,  and  Jane 
Abeere,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19, 
late  servant  to  Mr.  Richard  Selwyn, 
s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  and  d.  of 
Thomas  Abeere  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, g.,  dec.  about  12  months 
since,  her  mother  also  dec.  At  8. 
Alphage,  Cant.     May  10,  1622. 

Burt,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  mother 
Agnes  Burt,  consents,  and  Bridget 
Harrington  of  Charlton,  w.  of  Francis 
Barrington,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Charlton.     May  24,  1641. 

Bur'on,  Caleb,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba.,  about 
23,  and  Dorothy  Dawkes,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Richard  Dawkes,  late  s.  p.,  Esquire, 


dec.  At  Eythorne  or  S.  Peter's  in 
Cant.  John  Stokes  of  Ewell,  g., 
bonds.     Nov.  16,  1644. 

Burton,  John,  of  S.  INIary's  in  Dover, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Jane  Walter, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Walter,  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Thomas  Joanes  of 
Dover,  husb.,  bonds.   Feb,  12,  1639. 

Burton,  John,  of  Bishopsbourne,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father,  Richard 
Burton,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  consents,  and 
Mary  Rigden  of  Little  Hardrcs,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Thomas  Rigden,  late 
s.  p.,  dec,  who  is  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At  Little  Hardres  or  Great 
Hardres.     July  3,  1644. 

Burton,  Richard,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Joy,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  Bartholomew 
Joy,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Jan.  12, 1625. 

Burton,  Mr.  Richard,  clerk,  parson 
of  Dymchurch,  ba.,  about  32,  and 
Catherine  Knatchbull  of  Mersham, 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Richard  Knatch- 
bull, s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents  by  letter. 
At  Smeeth.     Feb.  28,  1625. 

Burton,  Richard,  the  younger,  of  Bishops- 
bourne,  carpenter,  ba.,  about  21, 
whose  father,  Richard  Burton,  yeom., 
consents,  and  Martha  Baker,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Nicholas  Baker,  s.  p., 
who  also  consents.  At  .same.  May 
31,  1638. 

Burton  (Barton),  Robert,  of  Old 
Romney,  husb  ,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Catherine  Baker,  s 
p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of  Robert 
Baker,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Dec.  21,  1629. 

Burton,  Robert,  of  Old  Romney,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Joan  Evernden,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Evernden,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.  Richard  Oakshott  of 
Cant.,  husb.,  bonds.     May  6,   1639. 

Burton,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  43,  and  Dorothy 
Jemmett  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  41,  d.  of  John  Jcmmett 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
g.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Alphage. 
Feb.  3,  1620. 

Burton,  Thomas,  of  Woodnesborough, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Elizabeth 
Solley,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Solley, 
late  s.   p.,  yeom.,   dec.     At   S.    M. 


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Magdalene,  Cant.  Simon  Blaxland  of 
Petham,  husb.,  bonds.  May  23,  1635. 

Burton,  Thomas,  of  Woodnesborough, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Tayler, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Sylvester 
Tayler.  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  March  27, 
1638.     &6>  Barton. 

Buruill,  Richard,  and  Elizabeth  Edrich, 
ofEastry.     At  same.     Dec  3,  1632. 

Burwash,  George,  of  Faversham,  but- 
ciier,  widr.,  and  Ann  Kember,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Thomas  Kember 
of  Harrietsham,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Samuel  Hider  of  Faver- 
sham, fellmonger.  At  Faversham  or 
Preston  n.  Faversham.    Jan.  9,  1642. 

Burwash,  Nicholas,  of  Biddenden, 
shoemaker,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mar- 
gery Crompe  of  Frittenden,  w.  of 
James  Crompe,  late  s  p.,  dec.  At 
Biddenden  or  Frittenden.  Thomas 
Gorham  of  Cant.,  clothier,  bonds. 
Nov.  19,  1639. 

Burwash,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  butcher,  ba.,  about  27,  and 
Margaret  Quinnell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  John  Quinnell,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Michael 
Finch,  s.  p.  At  Hackington.  Aug. 
17,  1630. 

Busbee,  Lsaac,  of  Boxley,  husb.,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Dorcas  Kitham  of 
Maidstone,  w.,  about  38,  relict  of 
George  Kitham,  late  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  At  HoUingbourne,  because 
Thomas  Gardner,  her  father,  dwells 
there,  and  intends  to  give  the  wed- 
ding dinner.     July  24,  1626. 

Bush,  John,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy,  car- 
penter, widr.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Juice  of  Davington,  v.,  about  28, 
whose  father  being  dead,  she  is  now 
under  the  govt,  of  Dionis  Juice,  wife 
of  John  Juice  of  Boughton  Blean, 
weaver,  who  consents.  At  Boughton 
B.,  because  there  is  not  any  divine 
service  read  in  Davington  parish 
church.     Oct.  11,  1624.* 

Bushe,  John,  of  Folkestone,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Rebecca  Hobday  of 
Allington,  w.  of  Roger  Hobday,  late 
dec.  At  Brabourne.  Stephen  Wood 
of  Hastingleigh,  husb.,  bonds.  June 
12,  1634. 

Bush,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Catherine  Chambers,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Chambers,  late  s.  p.,  dec.     At 


S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Scott  of  East- 
church,  husb.,  bonds.  Jan.  27,  1634, 

Bush,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom, 
widr.,  and  Gillian  Argarof  Ulcombe, 
w.  of  James  Argar,  late  dec.  At 
Milstead.  F^dward  Worley  of  Cant., 
blacksmith,  bonds.     Oct.  27,  1635. 

Bush,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Joan  Epps  of  Minster  in  Shepp)-, 
w.  of  William  F4)ps,  late  s.  p..  dec. 
At  S.  Dimstan's,  Cant.  Walter 
Robertes  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.     July  23,  1646. 

Bush,  Michael,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
butcher,  widr.,  and  Rebecca  Fussell 
of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  w.  of 
William  Fussell,  "late  of  Wall's," 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's.  Cant. 
Richard  Wollington  of  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.,  glover,  bonds.  Tan. 
27,  1643. 

Bush,  Thomas,  of  Shcldwich,  brick- 
maker,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann 
Terrye,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Thomas  Terrye  of  Molash,  husb., 
dec.  about  2  years  since,  and  now 
in  the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Martha 
Terrey,  who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Nov.  22,  1621. 

Bush,  Thomas,  of  IMinster,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  mother,  Ann  Bush, 
alias  Mace,  consents,  and  Ann  Tayler 
of  Woodnesborough,  spr.,  about  22, 
d.  ot  Sylvester  Tayler,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  affirmed  by 
William  Mace  of  Ash,  weaver,  father- 
in-law  of  the  said  Thomas  Bush.  At 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Thomas  Mace  of 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  weaver,  bonds. 
Feb.  11,  1641. 

Bushel!,  Daniel,  of  Willesborough, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Margery 
Goatam  of  Burmarsh,  maiden,  about 
24,  d.  of  John  Goatam,  late  s.  j)., 
husb.,  dec.  about  3  months  since, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     F'eb.  24,  1622. 

Bushell,  Richard,  and  Ellen  Goldsmith, 
of  Willesborough.  At  same.  Feb. 
20,  1627. 

Bushell,  Richard,  of  Great  Mongeham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  RIary  Cooke 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  26, 
d.  of  William  Cooke,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Sylvester  Verrier  of  Great  Monge- 
ham, yeom.  At  S.  I\I.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Oct.  7,  1630. 


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Busher,  John,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
g.,  about  25,  and  Mary  Knight  of 
VVoodncsborough,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Edward  Knight,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents by  letter.  At  Woodnesborough. 
Fabricius  Diggs  of  S.  John's,  g., 
bonds.     Oct.  7,  1628. 

Busher,  Leonard,  of  Tenterden,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Sarah  Hart  of  Witter- 
sham  in  the  Isle  of  Sheppy  [Oxney 
is  meant],  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
George  Hart,  s.  p.,  miller,  who  con- 
sents, and  now  the  servant  of  [blank] 
Vyant,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Wittersham.     May  4,  1619. 

Busher,  Thomas,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
mercer,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Christian  Hooker  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  John  Hooker  "of  Bickton  in 
the  county  of  Southampton,"  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Hooker  of  the  dissolved  Monastery 
of  S.  Augustine,  Cant.,  g.,  brother 
of  the  said  Christian.  Ann  Busher, 
mother  of  the  said  Thomas,  also 
consents.  At  Littlebourne.  Oct.  7, 
1626. 

Bushie,  Philip  [Bouge  in  the  margin, 
and  signed  Bouge],  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Jane 
Minno  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  v., 
about  30,  at  her  own  govt.  At  H. 
Cross,  Cant.  David  Steelinge  of  H. 
Cross,  Cant.,  barber,  and  Peter  Lyly 
of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  silkweaver,  bonds. 
June,  30,  1641. 

Busse,  Richard,  of  Goudhurst,husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Ellen  Browne,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Frittenden.     Jan.  15,  1633. 

Busse,  William,  and  Frances  Lightfoote, 
of  S.  INI.  Northgate,  Cant.  At  same. 
May  24,  1625. 

Butcher,  Francis,  of  Adisham,  g.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Catherine  Clarke  of  Bekesbourne, 
v.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Ickham  or  Adisham.  William 
Culling  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Nov. 
3,  1640. 

Butcher,  John,  the  younger,  of  Adisham, 
o-.,  ba.,  about  24,  son  of  John  But- 
cher, s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  and 
Catherine  Webb  of  Egerton,  v., 
about  21,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  under  the  govt,  of 
James  Haccomplaint,  g.,  who  con- 


sents by  letter.     At  Bekesbourne.     Feb. 

21,  1630. 
Butcher,  John,  of  Smarden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  "Ann  or  Agnes"  Chittenden  of 
Tenterden,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Mary 
Chittenden,  otherwise  Juhurst,  the 
now  wife  of  John  Juhurst  of  Smar- 
den, who  also  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Richard  Sead  of  Tenterden. 
linenweaver.  At  Smarden  or  Ten- 
terden. Thomas  Butcher  of  Smar- 
den, linenweaver,  bonds.  Oct.  21, 
1641. 

Butcher,  Joseph,  of  Ulcombe,  kersey- 
maker,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Ann 
Kennett  of  Headcorn,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Christopher  Kennett,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     Sept.  7,  1624. 

Butcher,  Matthew,  of  Dover,  "  musi- 
coner"  [musicianer],  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Margaret  Woodden,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Henry  Woodden  the 
elder,  s.  p.,  "  musiconer,"  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  hisson,  Henry 
"Woodden  the  younger.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Sampson  Wright  of 
Cant.,  "  musiconer,"  bonds.  Jan. 
10,  1639. 

Butcher,  Ninien,  clothier,  and  Frances 
Stace  of  Maidstone,  w.  At  Otham. 
Jervace  Maplisden  of  Maidstone,  g., 
bonds.     June  1,   1632. 

Butcher,  Richard,  of  Bilsington,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Emlen  Tarrant  of  Mer- 
sham,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Morris 
Tarrant,  s.  p.,  metalman,  who  con- 
sents. AtShadoxhurst  or  Kingsnorth. 
Robert  Pell  of  Petham,  butcher, 
bonds.     May  12,  1642. 

Butcher,  Richard,  of  Tenterden,  ba., 
about  23  or  24,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Katherine  Whiteing  of 
Mersham,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Mar- 
garet Whiteing,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Stone  in  Oxney. 
Nicholas  Eason  of  Smallhythe,  husb., 
bonds.     Oct.  14,  1643. 

Butcher,  Robert,  of  Patrixbourne,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  William 
Butcher,  consents,  and  Joan  Baker 
of  Charlton,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Nicholas  Baker,  who  also  consents. 
At  Patrixbourne.  Henry  Collet  sen., 
of  Cant.,  cutler,  bonds.  Feb.  6, 
1638. 


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Butcher,  Stephen,  of  Bethersden,  cloth- 
worker,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  father, 
Warham  Butcher,  consents,  and 
Mar)'  Norington,  s.  p.,  v.,  23  and 
upwards,  d.  of  John  Norringlon,  s. 
p.,  who  also  consents.  At  same. 
May  15,  1640. 

Butcher,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Edward 
Butcher,  late  of  Wappenham,  North- 
hamptonshire,  dec,  and  Elizabeth 
Joanes  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  w., 
about  39,  relict  of  Thomas  Joanes, 
late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  At  S.  Mary's. 
Feb.  11,  1624. 

Butch  in,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  cord- 
waincr,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Mary 
Riggleford  of  Preston  n.  Faversham, 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John  Riggleford 
of  Throwley,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  Preston  n.  F.     Oct.  1,  1645. 

Butler,  Edward,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Margaret  Stone- 
streete,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Thomas  Stonestreete,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Banckes,  s.  p.,  flaxdresser. 
At  same.  Thomas  Hayster,  s.  p., 
flaxdresser,  bonds.     Jan.  16,  1639. 

Butler,  Henry,  of  Faversham,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Abigail  Virgo,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William 
Virgo,  s.  p.,  sailor,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.  Thomas  Virgo  of 
Faversham,  hempdresser,  bonds. 
July  1,  1628. 

Butler  (Boteler),  Henry,  of  Eastry,  g., 
ba.,  about  23,  [or  29],  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Posthuma  Rutton  of 
Sandwich,  v.,  about  19,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  under 
the  govt,  of  one  Mr.  Lee,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  of  the  truth  whereof 
William  Haslewall  of  Cant.,  yeom., 
made  faith.  At  Woodnesborough. 
Nov.  10,  1629. 

Butler,  John,  of  Charing,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Awsten,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     March  10,  1630. 

Butler,  John,  of  Harrietsham,  and  Ann 
Maynard  of  Lenham.  At  Lenham. 
Nov.  30,  1635. 

Butler,  John,  of  S.  Thomas  the  Apostle, 
Harty,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Bennet 
Beale  of  Faversham,  w.  of  Edward 
Beale,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Thomas 
aforesaid.     Dec.  5,  1637. 


Butler,  Philip,  of  Hartlip,  miller,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Lewen  of  Borden,  v., 
about  28,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Powell  of  Upchurch,  butcher,  bonds. 
Jan.  27,  1639. 

Butfer,  Samuel,  of  Stepney  in  Middlesex, 
mariner,  ba  ,  about  29,  and  Elizabeth 
Bulger  of  Dover,  maiden,  about  26, 
"  at  her  own  govt.,"  d.  of  Christopher 
Bulger,  s.  p.,  mariner,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Henry 
Sprackling  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
g.,  bonds,     Aug.  7,  1621. 

Butler,  Thomas,  of  Halstow,  sailor, 
widr.,  about  29,  and  Mary  Ballmer 
of  Newington  n.  Sittingbourne,  v., 
about  34.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Oct.  20,  1628. 

Butt,  Thomas,  of  Sandwich,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Susan  Jenkins,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Jenkins,  late  of  Whitstable, 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Feb. 
5,  1637. 

Buttery,  Robert,  of  Preston  n.  Wingham. 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Dorothy 
Trice  of  Wickhambreux,  w.,  about 
40,  relict  of  Matthew  Trice,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  May 
25,  1625. 

Buttery,  Robert,  of  Ickham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Rose  of  S.  Peter's 
in  Thanet,  v.,  about  26,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Peter's  in 
T.,  S.  Nicholas  Atwade  or  Sturry. 
Sept.  11,  1645. 

Buttry,  Thomas,  of  Wingham,  yeom., 
and  Mercy  Dane,  s.  p.,  v.  At  same. 
Feb.  18,  1622. 

Buttery,  William,  of  Wingham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Margaret  Trice  of 
Wickhambreux.  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Matthew  Trice,  dec,  and  of  Dorothy 
Trice,  alias  Butterie,  yet  living,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  Robert  Buttrey  of  Wickham- 
breux, maltman,  bonds.  Oct.  16, 
1633.     See  Buttris. 

Button,  Francis,  of  Dymchurch,  butcher, 
widr.,  about  24,  and  Martha  Staddall, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  Gabriel 
Stiddall,  late  of  Sutton  Valence,  dec. 
and  now  abiding  with  George  Tur- 
ner of  Dymchurch,  yeom.  ;  he  alleges 
also  that  he  hath  the  express  consent 
of  Avis  Stiddall,  alias  Gardner,  of 
Ulcombe,  her  mother.  At  Ulcombe. 
Feb.  9,  1619. 


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Button,  Thomas,  of  Reculver,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  12,  and  Marth  lAickett,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  40.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     June  23,   1638. 

Buttris  (Butterys),  Christopher,  of  Ham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Sarah 
Butterye  of  Preston  n.  Wingham, 
maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  Christopher 
Butterye  of  Ickham,  yeom.,  dec. 
about  io  years  since.  AtS.  Margaret's, 
Cant.   March  6,  1620. 

Buttris,  Francis,  of  Cant.,  currier,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Mary  Warren  of  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  v.,  about  23 
or  24,  d.  of  William  Warren,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     April  30.  1640. 

Buttrice,  James,  of  Beauxfield,  alias 
Whitfield,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  52, 
and  Elizabeth  Soames  of  Charlton, 
maiden  {sic),  about  45,  relict  of 
Richard  Soames,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Charlton.     July  6,   1626. 

Butterys,  John,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
husb.,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Joan 
Osborne  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  w., 
about  35,  late  wife  of  John  Osborne, 
s.p.,  dec.    At  S.Peter's.    July  2,1619. 

Buttris,  William,  of  Barham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  19,  with  the  consent  of  his 
guardian,  Thomas  Laurance,  s.  p., 
and  Elizabeth  Laurance,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  the  said  Thomas 
Laurance,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Richard  Laurance,  s.  p.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Vincent  Laur- 
ance of  Barham,  maltster,  bonds. 
Oct.  20,  1634. 

Buttreis,  William,  of  Wingham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Shonke  of  S.  Peter's 
in  Thanet,  w.  of  [blank]  Shonke, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     Dec.  11,  1645.      .S"^^  Buttery. 

Buxson,  Abraham,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, mariner,  widr.,  and  Hester 
Withers  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Jacob  Withers, 
s.  p.,  sailmaker,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Silvester  Gold  of  Sand- 
wich, woolcomber.  At  S.  RL  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.  March  26,  1638. 
A^oie.  Abraham  "  Buxson  "  signed 
his  name  "Abrahan  Boahset." — 
"  Hester  Wickers  "  in  S.  M.  M.  Reg. 

Buxton,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Throwley, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Throwley,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At   S.   M.   Bredman's,   Cant. 


John  Moyse  of  Sandwich,  millwright, 
bonds.     April  18,  1637. 

Byam,  Henry,  of  Smarden,  clothier,  ba., 
22  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Joan  Swift,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like 
age,  d.  of  Frances  Swift,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Turner  of  Egerton,  clothier.  At 
EgertonorHeadcorn.    June22, 1641. 

Cacke,  William,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Grant,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     June  23,  1629. 

Cacott,  the  Worshipfid  Francis,  clerk, 
B.D.,  vicar  of  Boughton  Mon- 
chelsea,  widr.,  and  Bridget  Course 
of  Maidstone,  w.  of  Henry  Course, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Thomas  Grange  of 
RIaidstone,  Anniger,  bonds.  July 
29,  1628. 

Caicot,  Francis. — John  Carter,  of  Willes- 
*  borough,  g.,  alleges  that  Mr.  Francis 
Caicot,  clerk,  vicar  of  Boughton 
Monchelsey,  intends  to  marry  Cath- 
erine Carter  of  Willesborough,  w.  of 
Matthew  Carter,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  but 
the  said  Mr.  Caicot,  by  reason  of 
some  extraordinary  buisness,  cannot 
come  in  person  to  crave  licence.  At 
Willesborough.  William  Hamon  of 
the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  g., 
and  Thomas  Wilkes,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
bonds.     April  10,  1638. 

Cacott,  Giles,  of  Staplehurst.  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Agnes  INIarden,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  William  Marden,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Boughton  Monchelsea. 
Robert  Daynes  of  Pembury,  husb., 
bonds.     July  30,  1630. 

Cacott,  William,  af  Staplehurst,  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Bassocke 
of  Lynton,  v.,  about  34,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Lynton.  Michael 
Honny  of  Staplehurst,  broadweaver, 
bonds.     May  7,  1640. 

Cade,  Richard,  of  Halden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Margaret  Balden  of 
HoUingbourne,  v.,  about  25,  whose 
mother  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Stephen  Packnam,  of  Tenterden, 
clothier.  At  HoUingbourne.  Dec. 
9,  1634. 

Cade,  Richard,  of  Bethersden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Dorothy  Stonestreete,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Henry  Stonestreete,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.     At  same.     Samuel  Chitten- 


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174 


den  of  Smarden,  husb.,  and  Daniel 
Chittenden,  of  Cant.,  clothier,  bonds. 
Dec.  23,  1640. 

Cad  man,  Michael,  of  Willesborough, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Oliver,  s.  p.,  about  16,  d.  of  Thomas 
Oliver,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  13, 
1637. 

Cad  man,  William,  of  Faversham,  linen 
weaver,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann 
Leeze,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  David 
Leeze  of  Murston,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Susan  Atkins 
of  Faversham,  v.  At  S.  M.  "Bred- 
wine,"  Cant.     June  8,  1629. 

Cadwell  (Kadwell),  George,  of  Rolven- 
den,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  19,  with  the 
consent  of  his  uncle,  John  Cadwell, 
s.  p.,  his  parents  being  dead,  and 
Agnes  Fidge  of  VVittersham,  v., 
about  18,  whose  mother  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Thomas  Meers  of 
Rolvenden,  kerseymaker.  At  Rol- 
venden.  Oliver  Fidge  of  VVitters- 
ham, husb.,  bonds.  April  22,  1636. 
See  Cod  well,  Kadwell. 

Caesar,  Hugh,  of  Strood  in  Kent,  chir- 
urgeon,  ba.,  about  20,  whose  father, 
Martin  Cassar,  consents,  and  Mar- 
garet Spencer  of  Boughton  Blcan, 
v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Robert  Spencer, 
s.  p.,  fellmonger,  who  also  consents. 
AtB.Blean.  Israel  Spencer  of  Cant., 
yeom.,  bonds.     Dec.  1,  1630. 

Caffinch,  Samuel,  of  Yalding,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  and  Mary  Fryland  of 
Cranbrook,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Cranbrook. 
Nathan  Fryland  of  Cranbrook,  yeom., 
and  Francis  Winton  of  Cant.,  wool- 
comber,  bonds.     June  22,  1637. 

Caffinch,  Thomas,  of  Frittenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Alice  Leedes,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  John 
Leedes,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Sept.  28,  1619. 

Caldam,  George,  of  Borden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Chaplen,  s.  p., 
w.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  George 
Prestlen  of  Borden,  translator,  and 
Thomas  Birch  of  Sittingbourne, 
hacknevman,  bonds.  March  28, 
1639. 

Gaidar,  Thomas,  of  Sellenge,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Ursula  Spice,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  James  Spice,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  same.  Feb.  15,1643. 


Caley,  Thomas,  of  Sellinge,  husb.,  ba., 
about  36,  and  Margaret  Wylds,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Wildes  of 
"  Selling,"  fellmonger,  bonds.  Nov. 
13,  1638. 

Calie,  Vincent,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Jane  Quaylc,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  28.  At  same.  Aug. 
24,  1637. 

Callant,  John,  of  Maidstone,  thread- 
maker,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Bickman,  s. 
p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose  mother 
also  consents.  At  same.  March  8, 
1632. 

Callice,  John,  of  Northbourne,  husb., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Joan  Fagge  of 
Sholden,  v.,  about  2.5,  d.  of  George 
Fagge  of  West  Langdon,  carpenter, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Tucker,  s.  p.,  collarmaker. 
At  S.  M.  ]\Iagdalene,  Cant.  July  1, 
1633. 

Calvart,  Robert,  and  Amy  Willes,  of  S. 
IMary's  in  Dover.  At  same.  Feb. 
20,  1638. 

Cam  ber,Thomas, of  Maidstone,  woollen- 
draper,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Knight,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Gabriel  Knight,  s.  p.,  threadtwister, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Edmund  Knight,  s.  p.,  brother  of 
Elizabeth.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
June,  16,  1634. 

Camper,  Gregory,  of  Ickham,  husb.,  ba., 
19  and  upwards,  who,  his  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  under  the  custody 
of  Thomas  Smith,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  and  Alice  Homan,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
July  16,  1632. 

Cannaway,  William,  of  S.  Thomas  in 
Harty,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Mar}' 
Kember,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Kember, 
late  of  Queenborough,  dec.  At  S. 
Thomas  aforesaid.  Walter  Roberts 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Feb.  8,  1633. 

Cante,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba., 
23  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Sarah  Foord  of  Sholden,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Martha  Foord,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  her 
son,  Thomas  Foord  of  Deale,  sea- 
man.    At  Sholden.     Sept.  30,  1639. 


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176 


Canterdell,  John,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
al)out  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Honor  Lucas,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover.  John  Sweeting  of 
Dover,  tailor,  and  Peter  de  Lanoy  of 
Cant.,  silkweaver,  bonds.  Jan.  14, 
1636. 

Cantis,  Henry,  of  Faversham,  sawyer, 
widr..,  and  Ann  German  of  Molash, 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  William  German, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  German  of  Faversham,  husb. 
At  Molash.     July  6,  1635. 

Cantis,  Henr}^  of  Faversham,  sawyer, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Oxinden,  s.  p.,  v., 
23  and  upwards,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  same  or  at  Ospringe. 
Samuel  Hider  of  Faversham,  fell- 
monger,  bonds.     May  31,  1644. 

Cantis,  John,  of  Faversham,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Eleanor  Druryof  Ospringe, 
v.,  about  21,  whose  mother  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Henry  Cantis  of 
Faversham,  sawyer.  At  S.Margaret's, 
Cant.  Richard  May  of  Faversham, 
sawyer,  bonds.     Feb.  20,  1636. 

Capell,  Moses,  of  Bcttishanger,  clerk, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Boys,  s.  p., 
v.,  20  and  upwards,  d.  of  Edward 
Boys,  s.  p..  Esquire,  who  consents. 
At  same.  Elias  Marroys  of  the  city 
of  London,  merchant,  bonds.  Oct. 
7,  1629. 

Capett,  George,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
tailor,  widr.,  about  26,  and  Sarah 
Cooke  of  S.  I\L  Bredin's,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  30,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Mildred's.  Jan.  2,  1625. 

Cappur,  Philip,  vicar  of  Gillingham  in 
the  diocese  of  Rochester,  widr.,  and 
Jane  Spatchhurst  of  Borden,  w.  of 
William  Spatchurst,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  William  Manser 
of  Borden,  g.,  bonds.  July  10,  1634. 

Carden  (Karden),  John,  of  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Joan  Grant,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  John  Grant 
of  Wootton,  carpenter,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Aug.  11, 
1624. 

Carden,  Robert,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Farley,  s.  p., 
w.  of  James  Farley,  late  of  Rodmer- 
sham,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
John  Kinge  of  Minster  in  S.,  tailor, 


and  Thomas  Startop  of  Teynham,  car- 
penter, bonds.     Oct.  15,   1635. 

Garden,  Thomas,  of  Fordwich,  husb., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Susan  Giggnie 
[Giggen  in  the  margin],  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  34,  d.  of  Walter  Giggeni,  late 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  about  4  years  since, 
and  now  in  the  govt,  of  Joan  Giggin 
her  mother,  who  consents,  as  is  tes- 
tified by  John  Richardson,  s.  p., 
carpenter.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant. 
Sept.  27,  1620. 

Carder,  Thomas,  of  S.  INIargaret's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  39,  and 
Elizabeth  Wraight  of  S.  George's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Nicholas 
Wraight,  s.  p.,  innholder,  who  con- 
sents. At  Thanington.  Nicholas 
Wraight  of  S.  George's,  collarmaker, 
bonds.     June  13,  1635. 

Care,  Richard,  of  Ash,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
27,  and  Joan  Powt,  s.  p.,  w.  of  James 
Powt,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ash. 
Richard  Saffry  of  Ash,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Aug.  1,  1629. 

Care,  Thomas,  of  Smarden,  clothier,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Ann  Tonge,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  John  Tonge,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Charing. 
Sept.  9,  1626. 

Carige,  William,  of  the  city  of  London, 
Esquire,  ba.,  25  and  upwards,  and 
Margaret  Mainwaring  of  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
John  Mainwaring,  late  s.  p..  Esquire, 
and  now  under  the  govt,  of  her 
mother,  Barbara  Mainwaring,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents  by  letter.  At 
Nackington.     Aug.  23,   1623. 

Carlile,  John,  of  Dover,  vintner,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Mary  Money,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Joseph  Money,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  May  29, 
1643. 

Carlton,  George,  of  Cant.,  shoemaker, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  mother,  Eliza- 
beth Carlton,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Philpott  of    Shadoxhurst,   v.,  about 

22,  d.  of  George  Philpott  of  Great 
Chart,  husb.,  who  also  consents.  At 
S.  ]\I.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Henry  Jour- 
dan  of  Cant.,    tailor,   bonds.     Oct. 

23,  1638. 

Carlton,  William,  of  Ash,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Agnes 
Pollard,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Laurence  Pollard, 
late  of  Woodnesborough,  dec.  At 
S.  George's,  Cant.     Sept.  14,  1631. 


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178 


Carnabie,  David,  of  Sturry,  weaver, 
widr.,  and  Dennis  Cullcn  of  Westbere, 
w.  of  John  Culien,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Westbere.  William  Miiles  of  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.,  weaver,  bonds. 
Feb.  3.  1643. 

Carpenter,  Andrew,  of  Hartlip,  carpen- 
ter, ba.,  about  29,  and  Joan  Homan, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  Hartlip  or  Sittingbourne. 
Richard  Barrow  of  Hartlip,  yeom., 
bonds.     Oct.  2,  1640 

Carpenter,  Edward,  of  Cant.,  Alderman, 
and  Elizabeth  Batrherst,  s.  p.,  w., 
after  banns  once  asked.  Jan.  22, 
1559.  [Extracted  from  the  Consistory 
Act  Book,  1558-60,  by  C.  E.  G. 
Dickinson.] 

Carplnter,  Henry,  of  Coventry,  clerk, 
RI.A.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Lettice 
Turner  of  Mersham,  v.,  d.  of  Mrs. 
[blank]  Turner,  of  London,  w.,  who 
is,  he  [Nich.  Sutton]  believeth,  con- 
senting. At  Mersham.  William 
Edesforth  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  upholster,  bonds.  Allega- 
tion, made  and  signed  by  Nicholas 
Sutton,  of  Mersham,  yeom.  Oct.  15, 
1634. 

Carpinter,  Henry,  of  Cant.,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Susan  Briggs,  s.  p., 
v.,  21  and  upwards,  d.  of  [blank] 
Briggs  of  Sandwich,  w.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Tuck  of  Cant.,  tobacco 
pipe-maker,  and  Daniel  Richardson, 
s.  p.,  innholder,  bonds.  July  H, 
1639. 

Carpenter,  Richard,  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Malkin,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Margaret 
Watson,  alias  Malkin,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  a  letter  from  Mr. 
Thophilus  White,  curate  of  Minster 
in  S.  At  same.  Henry  Gilbert,  s. 
p.,  husb.,  bonds.     Aug.  12,  1639.' 

Carpenter,  Thomas,  of  S.  Nicholas 
Atwade,  husb.,  ba.,  about  21,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Carpenter,  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Swinford,  s. 
p.,  miller,  and  Margaret  Brooker,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Stephen  Brooker,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  William 
Wattes  of  S.  N.  Atwade,  g.,  bonds. 
Aug.  24,  1640. 

Carpenter,  Thomas,  of  Great  Chart, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann  Whit- 


cher,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Joan  Whit- 
cher,  alias  Row,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  William  Carpenter,  s. 
p.,  cordwainer.  AtS.  Mildred's, Cant. 
Sept.  18,  1644. 

Carpenter,  William,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Loud,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Peter  Loud,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  Edward  Broad- 
street  of  B.  Blean,  husb.,  bonds. 
Nov.  11,  1643. 

Carr,  John,  of  Ash,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
24,  whose  father,  William  Carr,  con- 
sents, and  Clare  Reynoldes  of  the 
Hospital  of  S.  Bartholomew  n.  Sand- 
wich, v.,  about  21,  d.  of  William 
Reynoldes,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Reynoldes  of 
Sandwich,  woollendraper.  At  Ash. 
Sept.  13,  1631. 

Carr,  John,  of  Kennington,  millwright, 
widr.,  and  Susan  Upton  of  Leave- 
land,  w.  of  Daniel  Upton,  s.  p., 
carpenter,  dec.  At  Leavcland.  June 
21,  1634. 

Carr,  John,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  29,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Catherine  Giles  of  Newchurch, 
w.  of  George  Giles,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  H.  Cross,  Cant.  Thomas  Carre 
of  H.  Cross,  innholder,  and  Henry 
Mackney  of  Newchurch,  yeom., 
bonds.     March  19,  1641. 

Carre,  Nicholas,  of  Maidstone,  and 
Margery  Roby,  s.  p.  At  same.  Dec. 
5,  1639. 

Carr,  Mr.  Thomas,  ]\LA.,  of  New  Rom- 
ney,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Knight, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Mr.  Peter 
Knight,  clerk,  vicar  of  N.  Romney, 
who  consents.  At  N.  Romney  or  S. 
Mary's  in  the  Marsh.     Dec.  9,  1640. 

Carter,  Christopher,  of  Rodmersham, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  58,  and  Joan  Allen 
of  Mersham,  maiden,  about  25,  d. 
of  William  Allen  of  Swinfield,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     Aug.  6,  1621. 

Carter,  Clyve,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
woollendraper,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Elizabeth  13oys  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Wingham,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Edward 
Boys  of  Bonnington  in  the  parish  of 
Goodnestone  aforesaid,  g.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Goodnestone  aforesaid. 
April  17,  1624. 

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180 


Carter,  Henry,  of  Ringwonld,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Whitton,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Margaret 
Lawrence,  alias  Whitton,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  WiUiam  Carter  of  Swingfield, 
husb.,  bonds.     July  11,  1631. 

Carter,  Henry,  of  Folkestone,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  21,  whose  mother, 
Ann  Codham,  alias  Carter,  consents, 
and  F.lizabeth  Elcetter,  s.  p.,  v.,  23 
or  24,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.     March  21,    1642. 

Carter,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
butcher,  ba.,  35,  and  Sarah  Williams, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  whose 
mother,  Dennis  Howard,  alias  Wil- 
liams, consents.  At  same.  William 
Williams  of  Sandwich,  butcher, 
bonds.     Oct.  18,  1625. 

Carter,  John,  of  Borden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Jane  Sudger,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  whose  mother,  Mildred 
Sudger,  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Walter  Sudger,  brother  of  the  said 
maiden.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Feb.  5,  1626. 

Carter,  John,  of  Capel-le-Ferne,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan  Johnson 
"  of  the  parish,"  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Stephen  Carter  of  Hawkinge, 
husb.,  and  Thomas  Galheridge  of 
Cant.,  labourer,  bonds.  July  21, 
1629. 

Carter,  John,  of  Hernhill,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Rie,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Rie,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
"William  Clare  of  Seasalter,  yeom., 
and  Richard  Burrell  of  Hernhill, 
tilemaker,  bonds.     April  21,  1632. 

Carter,  John,  of  Ashford,  tailor,  ba.. 
about  28,  and  Mary  Greene  of  Hoth- 
field,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John  Greene, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Aug.  25,  1634. 

Carter,  John,  of  Chatham  in  dio.  Roch- 
ester, purser,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Joan 
White  of  Dover,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Roger  White,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Ralph  Jen- 
kinson  of  Cant.,  tapster,  bonds. 
Nov.  26,  1639. 

Carter,  Reynold,  of  Leeds,  woolcomber, 
widr.,  and  Joan  Rally,  s.  p.,  v.,  22, 
who,  her  parents  being  dead,  is  now 
in  the  govt,  of  her  uncle,  Edmund 
Bernard,   s.  p.,   who   consents.     At 


Langley.  Robert  Carter  of  Chartham, 
fuller,  bonds.     April   16.  1631. 

Carter,  Robert,  of  Little  Chart,  mill- 
man,  widr.,  about  50,  and  Elizabeth 
Kensham  of  Tenterden,  v.,  about  35, 
whose  mother,  [blank]  Kensham, 
alias  Hunt,  w.,  consents.  At  Hoth- 
field.     Dec.  21,1626. 

Carter,  Stephen,  of  Ash  n.  Sandwich, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  57  [or  59],  and 
Mercy  Clarke,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  50, 
relict  of  James  Clarke,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Clark  of  Great  Mongeham,  parish 
clerk,  bonds.     Feb.  3,  1625 

Carter,  Stephen,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Mercy  Munnes,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  27,  d.  of  Sarah  Munnes 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.  John  Munnes  of  Ash,  husb., 
bonds.     Jan.  14,  1636. 

Carter,  Stephen,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Deborah  Bax,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  John  Bax,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.Clement's 
in  Sandwich.  Andrew  Beard  of  S. 
John's  in  Thanet,  maltster,  bonds. 
June  23,  1639. 

Carter,  Stephen,  of  Ash,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Hills  of  Stourmouth,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  John  Hills,  s.  p., 
husb.,  who  consents.  At  S.  RL  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.  John  Carter  of  Capel 
le  Feme,  tailor,  bonds.  June  1,  1641. 

Carter,  William,  the  elder,  of  Holling- 
bourne,  weaver,  widr.,  about  60,  and 
Margaret  Winderton  of  Berstead,  w., 
about  50,  relict  of  [blank]  Winder- 
ton,  late  of  [blank],  dec.  At  Berstead. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by 
William  Carter  the  younger  (son  of 
the  first  named)  of  Berstead,  weaver. 
Feb.  5,  1619. 

Carter,  William,  of  Sittingbourne, 
weaver,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Mary 
Fidge  of  Hollingbourne,  v.,  24  and 
upwards,  d.  of  one  Fidge  of  Leeds, 
who  consents.  At  Hollingbourne. 
Aug.  8,  1629. 

Cartro,  Thomas  [he  signed  Catrow],  of 
S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Blower, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  John 
Blower,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
further  manifested  by  Mr.  Harcin 
White,  vicar  of  S.  Peter's  aforesaid. 
At  same.  July  22,  1625.  Note. 
Thomas  Carthro  in  the  Transcript. 


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182 


Cartwright,  George,  and  Phyllis  Joanes, 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.  At  same. 
Feb.  12,  1628. 

Cartwright,  John,  of  Wingham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Dennis  Church, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Church,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  Alexander  Smithson  of  Wing- 
ham,  husb.,   bonds,     Nov.  2.3,  16.i.5. 

Cartwright,  Joseph,  of  S.  Nicholas 
Atwade,  and  Mary  Stransome  of  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     May  30,  1642. 

Cary,  Henry,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  26,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Cary,  consents,  and 
Ann  Hunt,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  same.  Oct.  2, 
1641. 

Carey,  John,  of  Maidstone,  miller,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Eleanor  Moore,  s.  p  , 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John  Moore  of 
Halstow,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  George  Joy  of  Maidstone,  miller. 
At  Halstow,     Feb.  20,  1631. 

Casey,  Henry,  of  Heme,  husb.,  widr., 
about  36,  and  Mary  Gore  of  Chislet, 
w.,  about  45,  relict  of  Peter  Gore, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     July  30,  1627. 

Casey,  Henry,  of  Chislet,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Harrison  of  Sturry,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  one  Harrison,  late 
of  Woodnesborough,  yeom.,  dec. 
At  S.  IMargaret's,  Cant.  July  9, 
1631.     &.-  Cassey. 

Caslock,  John,  the  younger,  of  Faver- 
sham,  g.,  ba.,  about  21,  son  of  John 
Caslock  the  elder,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents, and  Abigail  Heyward  of  Harty 
in  Sheppy,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Samuel 
Heyward,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Sidrack  [he 
.signed  "  Siriacke  "]  Henman  of 
Faversham,  maltster.  At  Faversham. 
June  17,  1626. 

Caslocl<,  John,  Mayor  of  Faversham, 
widr.,  and  Alice  Hayward,  s.  p.  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Samuel  Hayward, 
s.  p.,  Jurat,  who  consents.  At 
Luddenham.     July  13,  1629. 

Cason,  Edward,  of  Furneaux  Pelham, 
Herts.,  g.,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  and 
Mary  Blechinden  of  Woodnes- 
borough, v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Thomas 
Blechinden,  s.  p..  Esquire,  who  con- 
sents. At  Woodnesborough.  Nov. 
14,  1629. 


Cason,  John,  of  Furneaux  Pelham, 
Herts.,  g.,  ba.,  about  23,  and  Eliza- 
beth Blechinden  of  Woodnes- 
borough, v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Thomas 
Blechinden,  s.  p.,  Esquire,  who 
consents.  At  Woodnesborough. 
Sept.  10,  1633. 

Cassey,  David,  of  Cant.,  victualler,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Elizabeth  Ward,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23  or  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Peter  Cornwall  of  Cant.,  silkweaver, 
bonds.     Feb.  3,  1639.    See  Casey. 

Castle,  John,  of  Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  about 
28,  and  Mary  Henman,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  26,  relict  of  John  Henman, 
late  s.  p.,  grocer,  dec.  At  Sturry. 
July  13,  1626. 

Castle  (Castell),  John,  of  Orsett  in 
Essex,  yeom  ,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Iddenden  of  Brenzet,  v.,  about  18, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  she  at 
the  govt,  of  Christopher  Brice,  one 
of  the  Jurats  of  Romney  Marsh, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Leonard  Browne  of  Cant.,  Notary 
Public,  bonds.     Oct.  31,  1644. 

Castle,  Thomas,  of  Bridge,  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Mary  Brenchly  of  Wye,  v.,  about 
30,  without  parents  living.  At 
Thanington.  George  Hooper  of 
Thanington,  chirurgeon,  bonds. 
May  6,  1636. 

Castle,  William,  of  Bonnington,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Joan  Garner  of  Lyminge, 
v.,  about  32,  d.  of  William  Garner, 
s.  p.,  brickmaker,  who  consents.  At 
Lyminge.  Thomas  Corder  of  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.     July  23,  1638. 

Castleden,  Richard,  of  Hothfield,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Wells,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Peter  Twottle 
of  Hothfield,  clerk,  bonds.  Nov.  7, 
1629. 

Casselden,  Richard,  of  Newington  in 
Kent,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  29,  and 
I\Lary  Harnett,  s.  p.  v.,  about  30,  at 
her  own  govt.  At  same.  Feb.  15, 
1637. 

Castleden,  William,  of  Staplehurst, 
clothier,  widr.,  and  Agnes  Judd,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  27,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Sept.  11, 
1638. 

Cater,  Edward,  of  S.  Stephen's,  Coleman 
Street,  London,  merchant,  widr.,  and 


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184 


Bennet    Hales    of     S.     Peter's,     Cant., 
v.,    about    20,    d.    of    Mrs.    Bennet 
Hales,  s.   p.,  w.,  who  consents.     At 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.     Anthony  Cater 
of  All  Saints,'  Cant.,  vintner,  bonds. 
April  24,  1643. 
Cater,   Thomas,   clerk,   M.A.,  curate  of 
Graveney,  ba.,  about  29,  and  P^liza- 
beth    Dunkyn    of    the    Precincts   of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  v.,  about  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.     At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     Oct.    8,    1633.     Note. 
Crossed  out :  "  vacat "  in  the  margin. 
Cater,  Mr.  Thomas,  of  Ospringe,  clerk, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Oxinden  of  Good- 
nestone  n.   Faversham,  w.  of  James 
Oxinden,  late  s.  p.,  clerk,  dec.     At 
Goodnestone    n.    F.,    or    Graveney. 
jacobus   Packten,    of    Cant.,  tailor, 
bonds.     Nov.  12,  1660. 
Cater,    William,    of   Faversham,    husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Joan  Adams,  s. 
p.,  spr.,  about  20,  d.  of  Ann  Adams, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Boughton 
Blean.     John  Upton  of  Faversham, 
g.,  bonds.     Oct.  9,  1633. 
Catlit,  George,  of  Sittingbourne,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Whit- 
locke  of  Tong,  maiden,  about  23,  d. 
of  John  Whitlocke,  late  of  Lynstead, 
dec,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.     At 
All  Saints',  Cant.     Sept.  23,  1622. 
Catlet,    John,  of  Sittingbourne,  yeom., 
ba.,    about  24,  and  Sarah  Hawkins 
of  All  Saints'  Cant.,  v.,  about  19,  d. 
of  Ralph  Hawkins,  s.  p..  Alderman, 
who  consents.    At  Preston  n.  Faver- 
sham,   "  by  reason  that  the  church 
of  Preston  standeth  conveniently  in 
the  way   between  Sittingborne  and 
Cant.,    where    he    saith     he     hath 
appointed  his  gests  to  meete  him." 
April  20,  1623.' 
Catlet,  John,  of  Teynham.  husb.,  widr., 
about  29,  and  Ann  Philpott  of  Worth, 
maiden,    about    24,    whose    mother, 
Annis    Philpot    of   Ringwould,    w., 
consents,  as  is  affirmed  by  the  oath 
of  Thomas  Philpot,  brother  of  the 
said    Ann.     At    S.    M.    Bredman's, 
Cant.     April  5,  1624. 
Catlett,   John,    of  Challock,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Webb,  s.  p.,  v., 
20,  d.  of  Jane  Webb,  who  consents, 
as   is   testified    by   her  son,    Henry 
Webb.      At   Thanington.      Feb,   6, 
1637. 


Catlett,  William,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father,  John 
Catlett  of  Challock,  carpenter,  con- 
sents, and  Mary  Whittleton,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Whittleton,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's  Cant.  Oct.  22,  1640. 
Catrow,  See  Cartro. 

Catt,  George,  of  Milstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  George  Hasellwood, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  and  Elizabeth  Stude,  s. 
p.,  v.,  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Edmund  Bruff  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  glover, 
bonds.     April  19,  1637. 

Catt,  Richard,  of  Sittingbourne,  cord- 
wainer,  about  23,  whose  mother, 
Mary  Catt,  consents,  and  Mary  Birk- 
hened,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Gabriel  Birkhened,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Samuel 
Birkhened,  her  brother.  At  jMurston. 
Feb.  26,  1636. 

Catton,  Pklmund,  of  S.  John's  in  I'hanet, 
collar-maker,  ba.,  24,  and  Mary 
Shoorth,  s.  p.,  16  or  17,  d.  of  Edward 
Shoorth,  veom.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Bre'din's,  Cant.  Oct.  15,  1627. 

Catton,  Edmund,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Bennet  Cocken, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  40.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.     Sept.  22,  1642. 

Caulder,  Thomas,  of  Sellinge,  tanner, 
widr.,  about  24,  and  Joan  Jenkine  of 
Lyminge,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Thomas 
jenkine,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Sellinge.     June  25,  1624. 

Cave!!,  John,  of  Hythe,  cordwainer,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Mascall  of  Wye,  v.,  about 
20,  whose  father-in-law,  William 
Neale  of  Wye,  consents.  At  Wye. 
April  10,  1637. 

Cavell,  Thomas,  of  Great  Hardres,  husb., 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Mary  Attwood,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Nicholas  Attwood,  late  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Michael 
Fisher  of  G.  Hardres,  yeom.,  bonds. 
May  14,  1635. 

Cavell,  William,  of  Sellinge,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  25,  and  Jane 
Chittenden,  s.  p..  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  Abel  Chittenden,  lateof  Horton, 
linen  weaver,  dec.  about  3  years 
since,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  her 
mother,  [blank]  Chittenden,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents.  At  S.  ]\I.  Bred- 
man's, Cant.     Oct.  28,  1622. 


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186 


Cavell,  William,  of  Sellinge,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Dorothy  Golding, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  also  at  her  own 
govt.  At  same.  John  Denn  of  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  Nov. 
19,  1623. 

Cavell,  William,  of  Sellinge,  husb.,  ba., 
24,  whose  father,  William  Cavell, 
consents,  and  Mary  Gierke,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  23,  whose  own  parents 
being  dead,  she  is  now  under  the 
govt,  of  her  mother-in-law,  Mercy 
Gierke,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.  Matthew  Warryner 
of  Cant.,  clerk,  bonds.  Nov.  29,  1627. 

Cavell,  William,  of  Sellinge,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  and  Alice  Kennett,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Richard  Golley  of  Lyminge, 
tailor,  bonds.     Sept.  18,  1639. 

Cavell,  William,  of  Sellinge,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Hilles  of  Mer- 
.sham,  w.  of  Henry  Hilles,  late  of 
Wye,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
May  23,  1644. 

Cawnse,  John,  of  Newenden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Joan  Cruttall,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Stephen 
Cruttall  of  Cranbrook,  broadweaver, 
bonds.     May  11,  1630. 

Chacksell,  William,  of  Staplehurst, 
broadweaver,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  ("atherine  Hyham  of 
Marden,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Mizackc  Hyham  and  William 
Hyham,  of  Marden,  broadweavers, 
bonds.  Oct.  12,  1637.  Note.  The 
signature  looks  like  "  Chagfill." 

Chaderton,  William,  of  Goudhurst, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Michell  of  Hawkhurst,  v.,  about  28. 
At  Brookland.  William  Huett  of 
Brookland,  clerk,  bonds.  Aug.  12, 
1629. 

Chadwicke,  James,  of  Biddenden,  wire 
drawer,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan 
Gunter,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Gunter  of  Mountfield  in 
Sussex,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Stephen  Hart  of  Biddenden, 
clothier.  At  Cranbrook.  Jan.  16, 
1636.     See  Chedwicke,    Chidwicke. 

Chagfill,  William.  See  Chacksell, 
William.     Oct.  12,  1637. 

Chake,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Eliza- 


beth Bennet,  s.  j).,  maiden,  about 
20,  d.  of  John  Bennet,  late  s.  p., 
baker,  dec,  and  now  under  the  govt! 
of  her  guardian,  John  Pringle,  s.  p., 
baker,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Edward  Smith,  s.  p.,  marines.  At 
same.     Aug.  23,  1623. 

Chake,  John,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba.,  about 
20,  and  Bridget  Harvey,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  her  parents  being  dead! 
"and  she  now  sui  juris."  AtS.  Mary's 
in  Dover.  March  31,  1631.  N'oie. 
This  allegation  is  signed  "  lohn 
Chalke." 

Chalfont,  Christopher,  of  S.  Marv's  in 
Sandwich,  schoolmaster,  ba.,  about 
50,  and  Elizabeth  Chilton  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich,  w.,  about  40, 
relict  of  Edward  Chilton,  late  of 
Sandwich,  Jurat,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     Dec.  20,  1624. 

Chalke,  [Calke  in  the  margin]  Francis, 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  seaman,  widr.', 
and  Sarah  Coomer,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  Leonard  Coomer  of  Sand- 
wich, seaman,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Aaron  Haynes  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  seaman.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  D.     Dec.  22,  1640. 

Chalke,  William,  and  Sarah  Redwood, 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  At  same' 
Dec.  3,  1629. 

Chawker,  Henry,  of  Bi.ldenden,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  24,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Peace  Fowesden,  s.  p., 
V  ,  about  30.  At  S.  Margaret's  Cant! 
Thomas  Chawker  of  Biddenden, 
husb.,  bonds.     Aug   14,  1637. 

Chalker,  Thomas,  of  Biddenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Sarah  Hunt,  s.  p.! 
w.,  about  30,  relict  of  Stephen  Hunt! 
late  of  Ticehurst  in  Susse.x,  yeom.! 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Auo-' 
28,  1621,  ° 

Chalker,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Wins- 
herst,  s.  p..  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
[blank]  Winsherst  of  Halden,  w., 
who  consents.  At  N.  Romney  or 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.     July  24,  1646. 

Chaloner,  Nicholas,  of  "Westminster  in 
Sussex,"  g.,  widr.,  about  25,  and 
Margaret  Lovelace  of  S.  Margaret's. 
Cant.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Lancelot 
Lovelace,  s.  p..  Esquire,  who  con- 
.sents.  At  S.  Margaret's.  Francis 
Lovelace  of  Cant.,  Armigcr,  bonds. 
June  21,  1627. 


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188 


Chamber,  William,  of  Berstead,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Catherine  Cham- 
ber, s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Benjamin 
Chamber  and  Elizabeth  Chamber, 
late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.     At  same.     May  27,  1624. 

Chambers,  Benjamin,  of  Holling- 
bourne,  husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Joan  Coly  of  Maid- 
stone, v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of  John 
Coly  of  Rolvenden,  who  consents. 
At  Maidstone.  Edward  Chambers 
of  Berstead,  yeom.,  bonds.  March 
27,   1636. 

Chambers,  Edward,  of  Capel-le-Fern, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Hanna 
Player  of  Cant.,  maiden,  about  34, 
d.  of  Thomas  Player,  s.  p.,  linen- 
draper,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Jan.  28,  1625. 

Chambers,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  linendraper,  ba.,  about  22, 
whose  father  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Haines  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Francis  Haines,  dec. 
At  S.  Andrew's.  Edward  Chambers 
of  Elmstone,  veom.,  bonds.  Feb.  17, 
1631. 

Chambers,  Edward,  of  Borden,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Hills 
of  Milton  n.  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about 
19,  d.  of  Joel  Hills,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Samuel  Webb,  s.  p.,  mercer.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Allen  of 
Milton  n.  S.,  g.,  bonds.  July  24, 
1637. 

Chambers,  John. — John  Lee  of  Char- 
ing, husb.,  alleges  that  John  Cham- 
bers, s.  p.,  husb.,  ba.,  about  20,  son 
of  Thomas  Chambers  of  Battle  in 
Sussex,  husb.,  with  his  father's  con- 
sent, intends  to  marry  Jane  Pottman 
of  Charing,  spr.,  about  22,  d.  ot 
Christopher  Pottman  of  Challock, 
who  also  consents.  "  The  said  Jane 
Pottman  being  now  with  child  as 
she  confesseth  by  the  said  Lee  where- 
upon the  said  Chambers  is  in  the 
custody  of  the  Bossolder  untill  he 
shall  marry  with  her  whereby  he 
cannot  come  to  procure  his  license." 
At  Charing.     Nov.  25,  1634. 

Chambers,  John,  of  Maidstone,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23  or  24,  whose  father, 
Robert  Chambers,  consents,  and 
Ann  Allen  of  Lenham,  v.,  22  and 
upwards,    d.     of    John     Allen     of 


Hunton,  yeom.  At  Lenham  or  Bough- 
ton  Malherbe.  Robert  Allen  of 
Yalding,  yeom.,  bonds.  Aug.  20, 
1642. 

Chambers,  Richard,  of  Maidstone, 
brickmaker,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann 
Dodge,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  16,  d.  of 
Thomas  Dodge,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Joseph  Curlis  of  Maidstone,  brick- 
maker,  bonds.     Nov.  2,  1636. 

Chambers,  Richard,  of  Appledore, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Pritty,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  at  the  govt,  of  Edmund 
Wattes,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  makes  and 
signs  this  allegation.  At  same. 
Richard  Lashenden  of  Wittersham, 
husb.,  bonds.     July  21,  1640. 

Chambers,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Margaret  Harwood,  s.  p.,  w., 
relict  of  Henry  Harwood,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  At  same.  Thomas 
Player  of  Cant.,  linen  draper,  and 
Edward  Chambers  of  Elmstone, 
husb.,  bonds.     Nov.  29,  1636. 

Chambers,  William,  of  Stockbury 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Jane  Beckett,  s 
p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Beckett 
ofBarming,  husb.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Jan.  30,  1633. 

Chamlett,  Edward,  of  Stepney  in 
Middlesex,  sailor,  ba.,  about  21,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Thomasine 
Addams,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  Thomas 
Addams  of  the  Borough  of  Hoath, 
husb.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover.     Dec.  15,  1621. 

Champion,  John,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  ba.,  26,  and  Joan  Grand  of 
Loose,  v.,  about  24,  whose  father 
being  dead,  she  is  now  abiding  with 
Edward  Alchorne,  s.  p.,  clerk,  who 
consents.  At  Thornham.  March 
15,  1624. 

Champney,  Nicholas,  of  Thanington, 
tailor,  widr.,  and  Silvester  Wise  of 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  w.  At  Thaning- 
ton. June  28,  1633.  Note.  The 
marriage  is  not  inThannington  Reg. 

Chandler  et  Hawke.  Note.  These 
names  are  entered  in  the  margin 
only,  the  space  for  the  allegation 
being  left  blank.  The  date  is  between 
Jan.  7  and  Jan.  12,  1645. 


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190 


Chandler,  Abraham,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  widr.,  and  Dorothy  Hayward 
of  S.  James's  in  Dover,  w.  of  Robert 
Haiward,  dec.  At  S.  James's.  Feb. 
23,  1628. 

Chandler,  Henry,  of  Walmer,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Sarah  Bacon  of 
Great  Mongeham,  w.,  about  42, 
relict  of  William  Bacon,  late  s.  p., 
maltster,  dec.  At  same.  Julv  12, 
1621. 

Chantler,  Henry,  of  Dover,  clerk,  INI.A., 
widr.,  and  Rlary  Russell,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  40.  At  Charlton  n.  Dover. 
May  25,  1630. 

Chauntler,  Mr.  Henry,  clerk,  one  of 
the  Brothers  of  S.  Bartholomew's 
Hospital  n.  Sandwich,  and  curate  of 
S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich,  widr.,  and 
Bennet,  a/ias  Benedict,  Terry,  relict 
of  Isaac  Terry,  late  of  the  Precincts 
of  S.  Jacob's  n.  Cant.,  dec.  But,  as 
the  said  Mr.  Chandler,  in  regard  of 
liis  weakness,  cannot  come  in  person 
to  crave  licence,  this  allegation  is 
made  and  signed  by  John  Sherman 
of  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich,  cord- 
wainer.  At  the  church  of  S.  Bartho- 
lomew's n.  Sandwich.  May  15,  1638. 

Chandler,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
butcher,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Chand- 
ler, s.  p.,  w.  of  Samuel  Chandler, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Thomas 
Chandler,  s.  p.,  butcher,  bonds. 
Dec.  16,  1642. 

Chantler  at  Pattenson.  [Married  at 
S.  Andrew's.  Cant.,  where  the  entry 
is,  John  Chantry  and  Anne  Patteson. 
Aug.  20,  1646.  "Chantler  et  Pat- 
tenson "  taken  from  the  Index  to 
Vol.  P.  of  Allegations.] 

Chandler,  Matthew,  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  butcher,  ba.,  about  23,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Margaret  Packe 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  widow  Packe,  late 
of  Cant.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Faversham.  Robert  Doe  of  the 
Precincts  aforesaid,  tailor,  bonds. 
Oct.  15,  1636. 

Chandler,  Matthew,  of  Dover,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann  Philpot  of 
Waldershare,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Philpot,  alias  Smith,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Chandler  of  Dover,  cord- 
wainer.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Jan. 
7,  1640. 


Chandler,  Matthew,  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  butcher,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Bisent  of  Brookland,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Margaret  Bisent,  a/ias  Gorham, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Dence  of  Dover,  maltster.  At  Brook- 
land.     Sept.   15,  1642. 

Chandler,  Richard,  of  Biddenden, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Dionise  Masters,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  40.  At  Goudhurst.  April 
11,  1633. 

Chandler,  Richard,  of  Deal,  beerbrewer, 
widr.,  and  Dorothy  Adams,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Joan  Adams  of  Little 
Hardres,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Oct.  6,  1637. 

Chandler,  Richard,  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  grocer,  widr.,  and  Mary  Ham- 
mon  of  Chislet,  w.  of  Richard 
Hamon,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  West- 
bere.  Thomas  Hawkes  of  Cant., 
saddler,  bonds.     July  6,  1642. 

Chandler, Thomas, of  Stodmarsh,  husb. 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Margaret  Greener. 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Henry  Beudley  of  Stodmarsh,  husb., 
bonds.     Jan.  23,  1635. 

Chandler,  William,  and  Thomasine 
Tibball,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  At 
same.     April  19,  1631. 

Chandler,  W^illiam,  of  Dover,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  24.  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Ursula  Brett  of  Ewell, 
v.,  about  21  or  22,  d.  of  John  Brett. 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
W^illiam  Dyer.  At  S.  James's  in 
Dover.     Nov.  16,  1640. 

Chanflore  (Chanflower),  Eards,  of  St. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  tailor,  ba,,  about  27, 
and  Sarah  Duchesse,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
same.  Samuel  Finch  of  Cant.,  silk- 
weaver,  bonds.     July  27,   1640. 

Chantler.     See  Chandle'r. 

Chantry,  John.  6V(;  Chandler  et  Patten- 
son.    Aug.  20,  1646. 

Chapher,  Robert,  of  Birchington.husb., 
ba.,  about  40,  "at  his  own  govern- 
ment," and  Thomasine  Banes,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  30,  late  wife  of  George 
Banes,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  24,  1619. 

Chaplen,  Thomas,  of  Stanford,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan 
Yonge  of  Saltwood,  v.,  about  24, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     Feb.  16,  1631. 


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192 


Chapman,  Abraham,  of  Staplehurst, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Alice  Groombridge 
of  Goudhurst,  w.  of  [blank]  Grome- 
bridge,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Alexander  Groomebridge  of  Goud- 
hurst,  yeom.,  bonds.  Sept.  19,  1633. 

Chapman,  Abraham,  of  Staplehurst, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Faireway, 
s.  p.,  \v.  of  Henry  Faireway,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Christopher  Cooper  of  Frittenden, 
and  Richard  Tilden  of  Maidstone, 
yeomen,  bonds.     June  6,  1638. 

Chapman,  Elias,  of  Staple,  husb.,  ba., 
23  and  upwards,  and  Catherine 
Tompson  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  w., 
about  28,  relict  of  James  Tompson, 
late  of  Sandwich,  labourer,  dec.  At 
S.  Paul's.  Thomas  Keete  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  hostler,  bonds. 
July  10,  1626. 

Chapman,  Henry,  of  Molash,  g.,  ba., 
about  31,  and  IMary  Coppin  of 
Bckesbourne,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Harbledown. 
John  Coppin  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
May  17,  1624. 

Chapman,  Henry,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
g.,  ba.,  about'  45,  and  Susan  Cobb 
of  Chilham,  v.,  about  17,  who,  her 
father  being  dead,  is  now  under  the 
govt,  of  her  grandfather,  Thomas 
Cobb  the  elder  of  Chilham,  g.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Cobb  the  younger,  s.  p.,  her  brother. 
At  Thanington.     June  30,  1626. 

Chapman,  John,  of  Lyminge,  shoe- 
maker, widr.,  and  Ann  Dowsing, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  fblankj 
Dowsing,  dec,  and  of  [blank] 
Dowsing,  alias  Holloway,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Robert 
Symons,  g.  At  Newington  n.  Hythe. 
April  28,  1630. 

Chapman,  John,  of  Godmersham,  g., 
ba.,  about  37,  and  Jane  Taylor,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  34,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
William  Inwood  of  Cant.,  grocer, 
bonds.     Feb.  13,  1631. 

Chapman,  John,  of  Great  Chart,  fell- 
monger,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Wor- 
citer  of  East  Sutton,  v.,  about  23,  d. 
of  Thomas  Worciter,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  E.  Sutton.  Nov.  8,  1633. 
Chapman,  John,  of  Westcliff.  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,and  Elizabeth  Slaughter, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  the  widow 
Slaughter  of  Petham.  who  consents. 
At  Petham.     Oct.  2,  1637. 


Chapman,  Robert,  and  Helen  Squire, 
of  Hythe.     At  same.     Feb.  7,  1628. 

Chapman,  Simon,  of  Wye,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  jMary  Mapleden,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Richard  Mapleden, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Robert  Odden  of  Godmersham, 
husb.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  April 
22,  1628. 

Chapman,  Stephen,  of  Charing,  car- 
penter, ba.,  about  32,  and  Amy 
Browne  of  Wye,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
William  Browne,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Christopher  Maseday 
of  Cant.,  wooUendraper.  A  St.  IM. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     Jan.  30,  1626. 

Chapman,  Stephen,  of  Folkestone, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan  Rofe 
of  Lyminge,  maiden,  about  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Lyminge.  Oct. 
13,  1628. 

Chapman,  Thomas,  of  Leeds,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Poore, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  d.  of  Edward 
Poore,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  July  27,  1636. 

Chapman,  Thomas,  of  Buckland  n. 
Dover,  paper  maker,  ba.,  about  23, 
whose  father,  Richard  Chapman  of 
Shropshire,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Palmer  of  River,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Buckland  n. 
Dover.  July  31,  1638. 
Chapman,  Thomas,  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  cordwainer,  ba.,  about  26, 
whose  father,  John  Chapman  of 
Crundale,  yeom.,  consents,  and  Cath- 
erine Odierne  of  Bcthersden,  v., 
about  25,  d.  of  Stephen  Odierne  of 
Fordwich,  yeom.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Godfrey  Pyard  of 
Cant.,  g.  At  Bethersden  or  Pluckley. 
William  Chapman  of  Crundale, 
yeom.,  bonds.  Jan.  8,  1640. 
Chapman,  Thomas,  of  Folkestone, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Clarke  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Eliza- 
beth Clarke,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Clarke 
of  Faversham.  tailor,  bonds.  July 
25,  1644. 
Chappell,  John,  of  Ratcliff'e  in  Middle- 
sex, mariner,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Mary 
Alley  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  w.  of 
John  Alley,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Hougham.  John  ]\Iarable  of  Cant., 
mason,  bonds.     April  29,   1639. 


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194 


Charlewood,  Robert,  of  Slurry,  baker, 
ba.,  about  38,  and  AgiU's  Rayner,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  John 
Rayner  of  Folkestone,  woollen- 
draper,  dec.  about  20  years  since, 
her  inotlicr,  F,m  Rayner,  a/ias  New- 
man, wife  of  Henry  Newman,  s.  p., 
tanner,  consenting,  as  is  testified  by 
the  said  Henrv  Newman.  At  Sturry. 
April  10,  1622. 
Charlton,  Thomas,  of  Detling,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  35,  and  Dorothy 
rJaker,  s  p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  July  11,  1631. 
Charman,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  cooper, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Hickes,  s.  p  ,  w.  of 
John  Hickes,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  Thomas  Janes  of  Sandwich, 
beerbrewer,  bonds.  May  31,  1637. 
Charre,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
and  Ann  Shasted  of  All  Saints', 
Cant.  At  S.  Mildred's.  Jan.  3,  1634. 
Chart,     Simon,    and    Alice     Policy,    of 

Detling.  At  same.  Feb.  2,  1637. 
Chartrisse,  Owen,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  sailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Mary  Christopher,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Jan.  2,  1625. 
Chartrum,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
shipcarpenter,  widr.,  about  52,  and 
Ann  Kemp,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  42,  relict 
of  John  Kempe,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  Aug.  9,  1625. 
Chase,  Jeremy,  of  Hythe,  g.,  ba.,  about 
22,  and  Alice  Bedingfeild  of  New- 
ington  n.  Hythe,  v.,  about  19,  left 
at  her  own  disposing,  her  father 
being  dead.  At  Newington.  Reginald 
Bedingfeild  of  Lympne,  g.,  and 
Thomas  Bedingfeild  of  Cant.,  haber- 
dasher, bonds.  June  28,  1628. 
Chatham,  George,  of  Dover,  ship- 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  21,  and  Ann 
Holland  of  Walmer.  w.  of  Richard 
Holland,  late  of  Dover,  dec.  At 
Walmer.  Thomas  Withington  of 
Walmer,  yeom.,  and  Alexander  Sone 
of  Lynton,  broadweaver,  bonds.  Nov. 
26.  1632. 
Chatham,  (jcorge,  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  ship-carpenter,  widr.,  and 
Alice  Wraight,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21  or 
22,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
same.  Feb.  4,  1634. 
Chawning,  George,  of  Detling,  husb., 
ba.,  20  and  upwards,  whose  mother 


consents,  and  Joan  Goldring,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  John  Goldring,  s. 
p.,  husb.,  who  also  consents.  At  same. 
John  Gilman  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
hempdresser,  bonds.  Jan.  4,  1641. 
Chedwich,  Thomas,  of  Saltwood,  yeom., 
ba ,  about  30,  and  Mary  Lad  of 
Elham,  maiden,  about  26,  d.  of 
Nicholas  Ladd,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec.  about  6  years  since.  At  Elham. 
April  18,  1623. 
Chedwicke,  Masters,  of  Dover,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Catherine  Mersh, 
Mersh,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  James's 
in  Dover.  Sept.  4,  1626.  Se'e  Chad- 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  26,  relict  of  Robert 
wicke,  Chidwicke. 

Cheese,  James,  of  Leeds,  clothier,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Abigail  Manwaringe  of  East  Sutton, 
maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Nicholas 
Manwaringe,  late  s.  p.,  tailor,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Oct.  20,   1623. 

Cheeseman,  Francis,  of  Coldred,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Dorothy  Marsh, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  27,  d.  of  George 
Marsh  of  Buckland,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov. 
9,  1620. 

Cheesman,  Francis,  of  Lydden,  husb., 
widr.,  30  and  upwards,  and  Elizabeth 
Pilcher,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d. 
of  Ingram  Pilcher,  dec,  and  of 
Lydia  Simondes,  n/ias  Pilcher,  of 
Barham,  the  now  wife  of  Lawrence 
Simondes,  who  consents.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     June  29,  1626. 

Cheeseman,  John,  of  Goudhurst,  linen- 
weaver,  widr.,  about  45,  and  Susan 
Hernden  of  Bethersden,  w.,  about 
24,  relict  of  John  Hernden,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Bethersden.  Thomas 
Cheeseman  of  Smarden,  kersey- 
maker,  bonds.     Sept.  8,  1627. 

Cheesman,  John,  and  Rebecca  Stokes, 
of  Coldred.  At  .same.  Nov.  29, 
1631. 

Cheeseman,  John,  of  Newington  n. 
Hythe,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Agnes  Hogben  of  Waltham,  v.,  about 
22.  d.  of  Edmond  Hogben,  s.  p., 
yeom..  who  consents.  At  Little 
Hardres.     Jan.  26,  1631. 

Cheesman,  John,  of  Tenterden,  miller, 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Phillis  Brickcnden 
of  Halden,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Ric- 
hard Brickenden,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 


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196 


as  is  testified  by  Jervis  Wide  of  Ten- 
terden,  miller.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Aug.  3,  1636. 

Cheesman,  John,  of  Staplehurst, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Bennet 
Viney,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Walcher  Viney, 
late  s.  p.,  butcher,  dec.  At  Pluckley. 
John  Brine  of  Cant.,  clothworker, 
and  Richard  Nelson,  s.  p.,  glover, 
bonds.     Nov.  29,  1636. 

Cheesman,  John,  of  Smardcn,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan  Pantrie  of 
Woodchurch,  v.,  about  23  or  24, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Wood- 
church.  John  Pantrie  of  Wood- 
church,  yeom.,  bonds.  Dec.  16, 
1639. 

Cheeseman,John,  of  Brabourne,yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Terry  of  Smeeth, 
v.,  about  33  or  34,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  Brabourne  or  Smeeth.  April  26, 
1641. 

Cheeseman,  Richard,  of  Ulcombe, 
kerseymaker,  ba.,  about  36,  and  Joan 
Hutchen,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  38,  relict 
of  Edward  Hutchen,  late  s.  p.,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  same. 
Jan.  11,  1625. 

Cheeseman,  Richard,  of  Chart  n. 
Sutton  Valence,  carpenter,  ba.,  about 
26,  and  Mercy  Chambers  of  Maid- 
stone, v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Simon 
Chambers  of  Boughton  Monchelsea, 
freemason,  who  consents,  as  is  tes- 
tified by  Thomas  Foreman  of  Pluck- 
ley,  husb.  At  Langley.  Aug.  5, 
1633. 

Cheesman,  Richard,  of  Cheriton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ursula  Spaine,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
who,  her  parents  being  dead,  is  now 
at  the  govt,  of  her  brother,  Anthony 
Spaine  of  Lympne,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Aug.  22, 
1640. 

Cheesman,  Robert,  of  Staplehurst, 
broadwcaver,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Margaret  Cordelly,  s.  p.,   v.,  about 

24,  d.  of  Alexander  Cordelly,  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Richard  Walter,  s. 
p.,  bellows  maker,  bonds.  March 
2,  1632. 

Cheesman,  Thomas,  of  Lenham,  ker- 
seymaker, ba.,  about  34,  and  Joan 
Saintlairy,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  whose 
parents   are   dead.     At  same.     July 

25,  1636. 


Cheeseman,  Thomas,  of  Boughton 
Malherbe,  husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Clemence  Baker  of  Lenham,  v., 
about  21,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  Westwell.  George  Creswell  of 
Cant.,  and  Lawrence  Stephens,  s.  p., 
victuallers,   bonds.     Dec.    12,   1637. 

Cheeseman,  William,  of  Lydd,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Creechman,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  George  Creech- 
man  of  Snargate,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Robert  Allyson  of 
Lydd,  husb.  At  Snargate,  because 
the  maid's  father  liveth  there,  who 
will  bestow  their  wedding  dinner 
upon  them.  George  Kust  (?)  of 
Cant.,  whitebaker,  bonds.  Sept.  4, 
1629. 

Cheesman,  William,  of  Hougham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  ]\rary  Hamon,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  William  Hamon,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  John  Vallier  of 
Hougham,  yeom.,  who  testified  to 
the  consent  of  the  mother  of  the 
said  RLary,  bonds.     July  8,  1631. 

Cheeseman,  William,  of  Newington  n. 
H}the,  husb.,  ba.,  about  31,  and 
Margaret  Gammon  of  Saltwood,  w. 
of  Thomas  Gamon,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Francis 
Cheeseman  of  Cheriton,  yeom., 
bonds.     Jan.  10,  1639. 

Chesson,  Richard,  of  Benenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Bigg,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  36,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Weaver  of  Cant.,  )'eom.,  bonds. 
July  3,  1638. 

Chesson,  William,  of  Ashford,  cloth- 
worker,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Shourth 
of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  w.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     Aug.  24,  1638. 

Chester,  William,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  husb.,  widr.,  about  40,  and 
Pleasance  Eason  of  the  Precincts  of 
Eastbridge,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  26, 
d.  of  [blank]  Eason,  late  of  Cosmos 
Blean,  dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Aug.  13,  1621. 

Cheston,  Anthony,  of  Bishopsbourne, 
g.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary  Rose  of 
Bekesbourne,  w.  of  Ambrose  Rose, 
late  of  Chislet,  yeom.,  dec.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich.  Oct.  20,   1621. 

Cheston,  Richard,  of  Tenterden,  jeom., 
widr.,  about  60,  and  Benedict  Smeed 
of  Kcnnin.gton,  w.,  about  55,  relict 


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198 


of  John  Smced,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec. 
about  12  years  since.  At  Kenning- 
ton.     Nov.  1,  1621. 

Cheston,  William,  of  Bishopsbourne, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Dunkine,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Sarah  Dunkine  of  S.  Paul's,  [?Cant.], 
\v.,  who  consents.  At  Patrixbourne. 
April  8,  1633. 

Chevlngton,  John,  of  Rolvenden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  foan  Allen  of  Cranbrook, 
v.,  about  35.  At  Rolvenden.  Feb. 
22,  1630. 

Chivington,  Thomas,  of  Rolvenden,  ba., 
about  23,  and  Joan  Francis,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  30,  wife  of  William  Francis 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     June  24,  1619. 

Chevlngton,  William,  of  Sibberteswould, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Susan 
Gibbons,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Gibbons, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Dec.  6,  1628. 

Cheuning,  [Chewning  in  the  margin] 
Thomas,  of  Cranbrook,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Dove,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30.  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Chary 
of  Biddenden,  gardener,  bonds.  May 
18,  1635. 

Cheyney,  Norton,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Susan  Robinson  of 
Halstow,  w.  of  William  Robinson, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Halstow.  William 
Paine  of  Halstow,  yeom.,  bonds. 
July  5,  1632. 

Chibnall,  Robert,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Julian 
Wilway  of  Bobbing,  v.,  about  30. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  John  Parson  of 
Cant.,  cordwainer,  bonds.  April  25, 
1644. 

Chickley,  Richard,  of  Boughton  Mon- 
chelsea,  linenweaver,  and  Sarah 
Partrich,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Roger  Partrich  of  Headcorn,  who 
consents.  At  Boughton  Malherbe. 
John  Sole  of  Ulcombe,  clothier, 
bonds.     Feb.  8,   1635. 

Chidwicke,  Michael,  of  Saltwood,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Susan  Alleson,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
21  or  22,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.  At  same.  Thomas  Chidwicke, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds.    March  4,  1642. 

Chidwicke,  Thomas,  of  Saltwood,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are 
dead,andRachel  Inmeth  of  Ruckinge, 


v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Henry  Inmeth,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Ruck- 
inge. Feb.  27,  1640.  i-^'^?  Chadwicke, 
Chedwicke. 

Child,  John,  of  Northflcet,  g.,  ba.,  about 
22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary  Den 
of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  19,  d.  of  William  Den,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is  affirmed 
by  his  son-in-law,  Edward  Hufifam, 
s.  p.,  g.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's.  Jacobus 
Cripps  of  Northfleet,  g.,  bonds. 
July  4,  1626. 

Chiids,  Isaac,  of  Bapchild,  yeom.,  ba  , 
about  30,  and  Alice  Finch,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Norton  Finch,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Jacob  Naple- 
tonof Cant., g., bonds.  Feb.  12,  1660. 

Chlldes,  Jeifery,  of  Faversham,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  36,  and  Ann  Nicholson, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Humphrey  Nicholson, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Backster  of  Faver- 
sham, cordwainer,  bonds.  June  10, 
1640. 

Chi  Ids  [or  Chiles],  Richard,  of  Minster 
in  Thanet,  tailor,  widr.,  about  26,  and 
Margaret  Ponnett,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Ephraim  Ponnett  of  Mersham, 
who  consents.  At  Minster.  Dec. 
19,  1627. 

Chillenden,  Thomas,  of  Boughton 
Blean,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  23  or  24, 
whose  father,  John  Chillenden,  con- 
sents, and  Elizabeth  Gardner,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Robert  Gardner  of 
Lyminge,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  William  Gilham  of  Cant., 
miller.  At  B.  Blean.  Thomas 
Beverton  of  Cant.,  clothworker, 
bonds.     Feb.  4,   1639. 

Chillenden,  William,  of  Rcculver, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  35,  and  Ellen 
Pettyt  of  Sholden,  w.,  about  45, 
relict  of  [blank]  Pettyt,  late  of  Ring- 
would,  yeom.,  dec.  At  S.  Rlary's  in 
Sandwich.  Feb.  9,  1621. 
Chi  I  man,  George.  See  Chilmel,  George, 

July  6,  1631. 
Chi  I  man,  John,  of  Eastling,  weaver, 
ba.,  about  23  or  24,  whose  father, 
George  Chilman,  consents,  and  Mary 
Cosen  of  Molash,  v.,  about  18  or  19, 
d.  of  Charity  Cosen,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Robert  Snode,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At 
Molash.     Dec.  23,  1642. 


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200 


Chilmel,  alais  Chilman,  George,  of 
Boughton  Aluph,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
40,  and  Ann  Nuby  of  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.,  w.  of  Stephen  Nuby,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's.  July  6,  1631. 

Chilper,  Christopher,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  seaman,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Elizabeth  Keeland,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Keeland,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  Lambert  of  Dover,  cooper,  who 
makes  and  signs  this  allegation.  At 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.     Jan.   10,   1641. 

Chilton,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
alebrewer,  widr.,  and  Hester  Dere- 
igne,  alias  Deering,  s.  p,  w.  of 
George  Dereigne,  alias  Dereing,  dec. 
At  Woodnesborough.  June  25,  1633. 

Chittenden,  Abraham,  of  Horton, 
weaver,  widr  ,  about  37,  and  Eliza- 
beth Spaine,  s.  p.,  w.,  of  the  like  age, 
relict  of  Thomas  Spaine,  late  of 
Sellinge,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Reginald  Spaine  of  Horton, 
tailor,  bonds.     Oct.  2,  1628. 

Chittenden,  Daniel,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  clothier,  widr.,  and  Hester 
Crou.Kof  Hastinglcigh,  v.,  about  28, 
d.  of  fames  Croux,s.  p.,  g.,who  con- 
sents. At  Hastingleigh,  Petham  or  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     Dec.  30,  1644. 

Chittenden,  John,  of  Hawkhurst, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Mary  Wiley  of  Cran- 
brook,  v.,  about  21,  whose  parents 
also  are  dead.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  John  Wiley  of  Cranbrook, 
yeom.,  and  Walter  Baker  of  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.     July  13,  1641. 

Chittenden,  John,  of  Pluckley,  yeom., 
ba.,  21,  whose  parents  are  dead,  and 
Mary  Lambden  of  Bethersden,  v., 
about  16,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  at  the  govt,  of  Thomas  and 
Nicholas  Milsted,  her  guardians, 
who  consent.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
John  Pell  of  Pluckley,  yeom.,  bonds. 
"Oct.  17,  1643. 

Chittenden,  John,  of  Sellinge,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Dorothy  Howling,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30,  d.  of  William  Howling,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents.  At  Stanford.  Feb. 
11,  1645. 

Chittenden,  Nathaniel,  clothier,  and 
Cicely  Woodgate,  maiden,  of  Hawk- 
hurst.    At  same.    Feb.  3,  1620. 


Chittenden,  Sampson,  of  Snave,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25.  and  Lydia  Cheesman 
of  Kcnardington,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  William  Cheesman,  late  s.  p., 
husb.  John  Berry  of  Brookland, 
husb.,  uncle  of  the  said  Lydia,  con- 
sents.   At  Brookland.    July  31,  1621. 

Chittenden,  Samuel,  of  Smarden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Lesterof  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  w.  of  Henry  Lester,  late  oT 
Cant.,  baker,  dec.  At  S.  Alphage. 
Daniel  Chittenden  of  Cant.,  clothier, 
anil  William  CoUens  of  Smarden, 
hu.sb.,  bonds.     Sept.  21,  1633. 

Chittenden,  Thomas,  of  Deptling, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret 
Highwood,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict 
of  Humphrey  Highwood,  late  s.  p., 
maltster,  dec.  At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant. 
Oct.  8,  1622. 

Chittenden,  Thomas,  of  Udimore  in 
Sussex,  tailor,  ba.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Avice  Davie  of 
Rolvenden,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
William  Davie,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Rolvenden.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  by  Richard  Birk- 
hened,  of  Cant.,  Notary  Public.  Nov. 
28,  1639. 

Chittenden,  William,  of  Rolvenden,  and 
Sarah  Evernden  of  Benenden.  At 
Bencndcn.     Feb.  5,  1620. 

Chittenden,  Willi;mi,of  Yalding,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Mary  Turke  of 
Marden,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
William  Turke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Robert  Saxby 
of  Brenchley,  g.,  bonds.  Sept.  25, 
1627. 

Cholmely,  Eilward,  of  the  Ville  of  High- 
gate  in  Middlesex,  Esquire,  ba., 
about  29,  son  of  William  Cholmely,  s. 
p..  Esquire,  who  consents,  and  the 
Honouiable  Lady  Mary  Peyton,  late 
of  the  Grey  Friars,  Cant ,  and  now  of 
Beere  in  the  parish  of  Westcliff,  w., 
about  30,  relict  of  the  Honourable 
Sir  Samut-I  Peyton,  Knight  and 
Baronet,  late  dec.  At  Westcliff. 
Thomas  Thomas  {sic)To6ke  of  West- 
cliff. Anniger,  bonds.    July  29,  1626. 

Chrisfield  (Crisfield),  Richard,  of  Len- 
ham,  cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Mildred 
Lushington  of  Maidstone,  v.,  30  and 
upwards,  d.  of  Henry  Lushington  of 
Alkham,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At 
Ulcombe.  John  Lushington  of  Ul- 
combe,  clothier,  bonds.  Feb.  1 9, 1 635 . 


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202 


Chrisfield,  Rictiard,  of  Lenham,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  and  Martha  Bishopp 
of  Cranbrook,  v.,  about  40,  d.  of 
[blank]  Bishopp,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Cranbrook.   Jan.  24,  1639. 

Crisfeild,  Walter,  of  Thurnham,  luisb., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Miller  of  Rainhara, 
w.  of  John  Miller,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Thurnham.     Jan.  18,  1629. 

Christian,  George,  of  Elham,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  fatlier,  George 
Christian,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Elvey,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Elvey,  alias  Wise,  wife  of 
John  Wise,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  William  Chandler 
of  Cant.,  butcher.  At  Elham.  Ric- 
hard Chandler  of  Cant.,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     Dec.  31,  1642. 

Christian,  John,  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Wingham,  tailor,  ba.,  about  23,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Bill- 
ing of  Chartham,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Thomas  BiUing  of  Faversham,  car- 
penter, wlio  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Gabriel  French  of  Cant.,  weaver. 
At  Charlham.  William  Christian  of 
Thanington,  maltster,  bonds.  Dec. 
29,  1632. 

Christian,  John,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  ba., 
20  anil  upwards,  whose  father,  John 
Christian  of  Hoath,  husb.,  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Gilmore  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  .spr.,  about  30.  At  S. 
M.  Northgate,  Cant.  Bartholomew 
Fowler  of  Cant.,  baker,  bonds. 
March  18,  1638. 

Christian,  Richard,  of  Petham,  "  Ous- 
bandman,"  ba.,  about  30,  and  Cath- 
erine Wood  of  Godmersham,  v., 
about  25,  d.  of  Widow  Wood,  who 
consents.  At  Challock.  May  11, 
164.5. 

Christian,  Wdliam,  of  Thanington, 
maltman,  widr  ,  and  Mary  Terry  of 
Woodnesborough,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Michael  Terr)',  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  her  brother, 
Michael  Terry  of  St.  Paul's,  Cant., 
g.  At  Woodnesborough.  Jan.  18, 
"l631. 

Christopher,  William,  alias  Wm. 
Nichols,  of  Folkestone,  mariner, 
widr.,  about  35,  and  Joan  Godfrey, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Thomas 
Godfrey,  late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about 
10  years  since.  At  same.  March 
12,  1620. 


Christy.     6Vt' Cristee. 

Church,  George,  of  Reculver,  maUman, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary  Wiietland, 
late  s.  p.,  but  now  of  Sturry,  maiden, 
about  19,  d.  of  Catherine  Whetland, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Sturry.  July 
30,  1625. 

Church,  George,  of  Whitstable,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Faith  Rucke,  about  22,  d. 
of  John  Rucke  of  Chartham,  )eom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     June  2,  1630. 

Church,  George,  of  Whitstable,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Grace  Simons  of  Noning- 
ton,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Lawrence 
Simons,  s.  p  ,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.Margaret's,  Cant.  Dec.  13,  1636. 

Church,  Jacob,  of  Westwell,  husb.,  ba., 
22  and  upwards,  whose  father  con- 
sents, and  Jane  Baker,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
25,  d.  of  Richard  Baker,  dec,  and 
of  Jane  Baker,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  Oct. 
9,  1632. 

Church,  John,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Browne,  s.  p.,  maiden,  abont  28,  d. 
of  [blank]  Browne,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.     At  same.     Feb.  22,  1624. 

Cl)Urch,John,of  Tenterden,  tailor,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Alice  PVeeman,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  34,  relict  of  Samuel  Free- 
man, late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Aug.  30,   1626. 

Church,  John,  of  Wittersham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ellen  Earling,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  William  Earling,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John 
Earle  of  Wittersham,  husb.,  bonds. 
July  12,  1630. 

Church,  Joseph,  of  Pluckley,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Sarah 
Chintinge  of  F^gerton,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Robert  Chintinge,  s.  p.,  kersey- 
maker,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  George  May  of  Little  Chart, 
tailor.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
July  5,  1625. 

Church,  IMichael,  of  Deal,  miller,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Ann  Beaumond  of  Shoulden,  w. 
of  John  Beaumond,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  George's  Cant.  John  Hollo- 
way,  of  Deal,  g.,  and  Simon  Pricherd 
of  Shoulden,  husb.,  bonds.  May  30, 
1635.  Note.  In  S.  George's  Reg. 
this  marriage  is  entered  under  May 
23. 


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204 


Church,  Richard,  of  Stourmouth,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Joan  Dewell  of 
Ickham,  v.,  about  24,  whose  mother, 
EHzabcth  Dewell,  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  brother,  Robert 
Dewell  of  Ickham.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.     May  29,  1627. 

Church,  Roger,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Rabedge  Mosse  of 
Newnham,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Jonas 
INIosse,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  also  consents. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.  William  Church 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  yeom., 
bonds.     July  18,  1644. 

Church,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  husb.,  widr.,  about  50,  and 
Elizabeth  Burden  of  Sittingbourne, 
w.,  about  34,  relict  of  John  Burden, 
late  s.  p.  husb.,  dec.  At  Bobbing. 
Feb.  8,  1620. 

Church,  William,  of  S.Nicholas  Atwade, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Alice 
Pratt  of  Minister  in  Thanet,  w., 
about  36,  relict  of  James  Pratt,  late 
s.  p.,  bricklayer,  dec.  "  abowte  halfe 
a  yeere  since."  At  S.  JM.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Oct.  5,  1620. 

Church, W'illiam,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  24  or  25,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Mary  Russell 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  John  Russell,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents  by  a  letter  to  Mr. 
Thomas  Richardson,  one  of  the 
procurators  of  this  Court.  At  S. 
Peter's  in  T.     March  15,  1643. 

Churcher,  Robert,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  currier,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Mary  Claringbole  of 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  Margery  Claringbole.  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
George  White  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
tailor.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
William  Richardson  of  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.     May  30,  1641. 

Churchman,  Andrew,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  maltster,  ba.,  about  31,  and 
Elizabeth  Napton  of  the  Hospital  of 
S.  Bartholomew  n.  Sandwich,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Harbert  Napton,  late 
of  the  city  of  London,  dec,  and  of 
Joan  Corler,  alias  Napton,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Tobias 
Cleare  of  Sandwich,  chirurgeon.  At 
S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich.  Nov.  28, 
1631. 


Churchman,  Bartholomew,  of  Preston 
n.^^'ingham,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Cicely 
Solley  of  Wingham,  w.  of  Edmund 
Solley,  late  dec.  At  Wingham. 
Francis  Churchman  of  Cant.,  malt- 
ster, bonds.     April  30,  1631. 

Churchman,  Francis,  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  maltster,  ba.,  about  24,  whose 
father,  Bartholomew  Churchman, 
consents,  and  Margaret  Lake  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Mrs.  Elizabeth  Lake,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's. 
Andrew  Churchman  of  Cant.,  brewer, 
bonds.     Oct.  29,  1628. 

Churchman,  John,  of  Kennington, 
yeom.,  and  Catherine  Batkine  of 
Willesborough,  v.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Wni.  Batkin  of  Wye,  and 
Isaac  Batkine  of  Kennington, yeomen, 
bonds.     April  26,  1619. 

Churchman,  John,  of  Chislet,  husb., 
ba.,  about  29,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Ann  Churchman,  s.  p.,  v.,  22  and 
upwards,  whose  parents  arc  dead. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Stephen  Sill 
of  Sturry,  carpenter,  bonds.  Oct.  12, 
1640. 

Churchman,  John,  of  Reculver,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Harrison 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Ann  Harrison,  alias  Potkins, 
who  consents.  At  Nackington.  June 
13,  1644. 

Churchman,  Matthew,  of  Wingham, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Elizabeth 
Hogben,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     Oct.  25,  1625. 

Churchman,  Samuel,  of  Eastry,  husb., 
ba.,  about  31,  and  Elizabeth  Sayer  of 
Great  Mongeham,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Nicholas  Sa3-er,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     Oct.  9,  1637. 

Clackson,Mark,  of  Barham,husb.,  widr., 
about  60,  and  Margaret  Colson  of 
Chartham,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of  one 
Colson,  dec.  At  Chartham.  Jan. 
12,  1627.     See  Clarkson. 

Clampard,  Edward,  of  Maidstone,  mer- 
cer, ba  ,  about  25,  and  Mary  Barton 
of  Hollingbourne,  v.,  20  and  upwards, 
d.  of  Henry  Barton,  s.  p.,  who  is 
willing,  as  is  testified  by  a  letter  from 
Edward  Poore,  s.  p.  At  Holling- 
bourne.    Jan.  8,  1626. 

Clarke,  Adam,  of  Charthani,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Whatman,  s.  p.,  w. 


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of  Arthur  Whatman,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.  Stephen  Stronge,s.  p.,  g., 
bonds.     June  3,  1640. 

Clarke,  Barnard,  of  Biddenden,  miller, 
ba.,  about  20,  whose  father  consents, 
and  I\Iary  Newstreete  of  Ospringe,  v., 
about  18,  who,  htr  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  under  the  govt,  of 
John  Lipps  of  Favcrsham,  butcher, 
who  consents.  At  Presion  n.  Faver- 
sham.     Feb.  20,  1G34. 

Clarke,  Christopher,  of  Ruckinge,  husb., 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Elizabeth  Chap- 
man of  Wesiwell,  w.,  about  32,  relict 
of  James  Chapman,  s.  p.,  dec.  about 
6  years  since.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Jan.  2,  1622. 

Clarke,  Christopher,  of  Ruckinge,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Topclifte,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  o4.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Robert  Gorham,  clerk,  curate  of 
Great  Chart,  and  Henry  Caffen, 
clerk,  curate  of  Ruckinge,  bonds. 
Oct.  5,  1629. 

Clarke,  David,  of  Hythe,  and  Margaret 
Persey,  s.  p.  At  same.  March  30, 
1620. 

Clarke,  Edward,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Spencer 
of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  w.  of  William 
Spencer,  laie  dec.  At  Hackington. 
Thomas  Wynne  of  Cant.,  grosser, 
bonds.     July  10,  1628. 

Clarke,  Edward,  of  Beckley  in  Sussex, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Couchman 
ot  Lydd,  w.  of  William  Couchman, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Lvdd.  July  2, 
1641. 

Clarke,  George,  of  Faversham,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  3.5,  and  Catherine  Elson, 
s.p.,w.  of  Robert  Elson,  s.  p.,  "  also 
deceased."  At  Preston  n.  Faversham. 
George  Pollen  of  Challock,  weaver, 
bonds.     July  10,  1638. 

Clarke,  George,  of  Faversham,  brewer, 
widr.,  and  Mary  White,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Goodnestone  or  Faversham.  John 
Wrenn  of  Cant.,  chirurgeon,  and 
John  Parson,  s.p.,cordwaincr,  bonds. 
"May  9,  164.5. 

Clerke,  James,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  widr.,  about  39,  and  Cath- 
erine Henden,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  28, 
relict  of  Daniel  Henden,  late  of 
Ash,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret'.s,  Cant. 
Nov.  25,  1619. 


Clarke,  John,  of  Lynstead,  tailor,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Walter  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  w.,  about  28,  relict  of  George 
Walter,  s.  p.,  tailor,  dec.  about  half 
a  year  since.  At  Milton  aforesaid. 
?ilarch  9,  1620. 

Clarke,  John,  of  Bonnington,  sawyer, 
widr.,  about  32,  and  Amy  Barber, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  32,  relict  of  Thomas 
]3arber,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Andrew  Cooke  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  clerk,  bonds.     April  5,   1624. 

Clarke,  John,  of  Lynton.  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Mildred  Startupp  of 
Bapchild,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Martin 
Startupp  of  Lynton,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  ^largaret's,  Cant.  July 
17,  1626. 

Clarke,  John,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
beerbrewer,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Ellen 
Hawke  of  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Thanington.     Sept.  12,  1629. 

Clarke,  John,  of  Ber.stead,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Wiatt,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Robert  Wiatt,  s.  p.,  late  dec.  At 
Bredgar.     Nov.  16,  1630. 

Clarke,  John,  of  Ruckinge,  husb.,  widr., 
and  P^lizabeth  Janey,  s.  p.,  w.  ot 
William  Janey,  late  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Richard  Hart  of  Ivy- 
church,  husb.,  bonds.  Sept.  24,  1635. 

Clarke,  John,  of  Deal,  mariner,  ba., about 
29,  whose  father  consents,  and  Mary 
Buckbur}',  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Eleanor  Buckbury,  alias  Hull,  s.  p., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Henry  Whitfeild  of  Cant.,  g.  At  S. 
M.  Northgate,  Cant.     Jan.  !2,  1642. 

Clarke,  Nicholas,  of  Doddington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  and  I\Iary  Wharton  of 
Wychling,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Thomas  Wharton  of  Kirkby  Stephen, 
Westmoreland,  dec.  Philip  Wharton 
of  Wychling,  uncle  of  Mary,  appeared 
personally,  and  gave  his  consent.  At 
Wychling.     Oct.  2,  1620. 

Clarke,  Richard,  of  Hougham,  and  Sarah 
Stroode,  s.  p.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     June  15,  1620. 

Clerke,  The  Venerable  Richard,  S.T.P., 
of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  and  Alba  Maye  of 
Hackington,  v.  At  Hackington. 
May  8,  1622. 

Clarke,  Richard,  of  Smarden,  cloth- 
worker,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Agnes 
Bugly  of  Halden,  v.,  about  20,  d.   of 


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208 


John  Bugly,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Halden.     April  10,  1624. 

Gierke,  Richard,  and  Elizabeth  Smith, 
of  S.  Marv's  in  Dover.  At  same. 
Feb.  2,  1634. 

Clarke,  Robert,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann 
Ashwell,  s.  p.,  maiden,  upwards  of 
30,  whose  friends  are  all  dead.  At 
same.     Feb.  14,  1619. 

Clarke,  Robert,  of  Biddenden,  gardener, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Corner,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Richard  Corner,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  xAt  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Aug.  3,  1637. 

Clarke,  Robert,  of  Seasalter,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Tayler  of 
Bekesbourne,  v.,  30  and  upwards. 
At  Bekesbourne.  Charles  White  of 
Bekesbourne,  clerk,  bonds.  Dec.  7, 
1644. 

Clerke,  Mr.  Samuel,  D.D.,  of  Kings- 
thorpe  in  co.  Northampton,  widr., 
and  Mrs.  Katherine  Sympson  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  w.  At 
the  Cathedral,  Cant.     Sept.  12,  1035. 

Clarke,  Stephen,  of  Teynham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Mary  Wise  of 
Buckland  n.  Faversham,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  John  Wise  of  Teynham,  dec  , 
and  now  household  servant  of  Robert 
Seath  of  Buckland,  who  consents. 
At  Buckland.  Henry  Wise  of  Teyn- 
ham, husb.,  and  Williaui  Rawledge 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  maltster, 
bonds.     April  25,  1637. 

Clarke,  Stephen,  of  Teynham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Wrekts  of 
Buckland  n.  Faversham,  v.,  22  and 
upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Buckland  n.  F.  John  Simpson 
of  Cant.,  grocer,  bonds.  March  5, 
1638. 

Clerke,  Thomas,  of  Great  Chart  linen- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Susan 
Viney  of  Biddenden,  w.  of  Joseph 
Viney,  s.  p.,  clothier,  dec.  about  3 
years  since.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
[Dec.  3],  1621. 

Clerke,  Thomas,  of  Rainham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  39,  and  Elizabeth  Jemmett, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  [blank] 
Jemmett,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  Berstead.     May  7,  1622. 

Clarke,  Thomas,  of  Dymchurch,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  33,  and  Rebecca  Rogers, 
s.   p.,   w.,  about  40,  relict   of  John 


Clarke  [stc,  but  read  John  Rogers], 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Jan.  28, 
1624. 
Clarke,  Thomas,  of  Hollingbourne. 
butcher,  widr.,  about  38,  and  Mar- 
garet Marten  of  Boughton  Monchel- 
sea,  w.,  about  36,  relict  of  one 
Marten,  late  dec.  At  Sutton  Valence, 
because  he  hath  very  great  acquain- 
tance there,  who  will  bestow  their 
wedding  dinner  upon  them.  April 
11,  1626. 

Clarke,  Thomas,  of  Sandwich,  weaver, 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Lydia  Cockey,  s.  p., 
w.  of  John  Cockey,  late  s.  p.,  hrick- 
la3'er,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  John  Harbert  of  Sandwich, 
g.,  and  William  Clerke  of  Ash,  barber- 
surgeon,  bonds.     Sept.  18,  1634. 

Clarke,  Thomas,  of  Whitstable,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Dorothy  Gilman, 
w.  of  Thomas  Gilman,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Jan.  3, 
1636. 

Clarke,  Thomas,  of  Chilham,  husl).,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Alice  Smith,  s.  p.,  spr., 
about  26.  At  s  ime.  William  Cooke, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds.    Jan.  26,  1638. 

Clarke, Thomas,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Elizabeth  Downes,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Downes,  late  of  Cant.,  dec.  At 
Charing  or  Lenham.     Oct.  31,  1643. 

Clarke,  Thomas,  of  Lyminge.  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Clarke,  s.  p.,  husb.,  consents,  and 
Mary  Phillips  of  Westwell,  v.,  about 
19,  d.  of  [blank]  Phillips,  s.  p  ,  husb.. 
who  also  consents.  At  Westwell. 
Sept.  28,  1644. 

Clarke,  Walter,  of  Lynstead,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Sarah  Bourne  of  Dod- 
ington,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  James 
Bourne,  s.  p  ,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Dodington.     July  18,  1627. 

Clarke,  William,  of  Throwley,  yeom., 
ba  ,  about  28,  and  Jane  Chapman  of 
Challock,  v.,  about  40,  ^yhose  friends 
are  dead.  At  Leaveland.  July  7, 
1624. 

Clarke,  William,  of  Harrietsham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary  Bradshawe, 
18,  d.  of  George  Bradshawe,  late  of 
Little  Chart,  dec,  and  now  under 
the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Avis  Brad- 
shawe, alms  Bfane,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Sept.  6,  1624. 


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210 


Gierke,  William,  of  Dodington,  hiisb., 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Joan  Tluirstone 
of  Throwley,  maiden,  about  30,  d. 
of  John  Thurston,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  12,  1626. 

Clarke,  William,  of  Biddenden,  wheel- 
wright, ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann 
Rickards,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Sept.  27,  1630. 

Clarke,  William,  of  Wittersham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Rebecca  Burdock  of  Tun- 
bridge,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John 
Burdock,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Knell  of  Wit- 
tersham, husb.  At  Goudhurst  or 
Marden.     July  14,  1640. 

Clarke,  William,  of  Maidstone,  thread- 
maker,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Sarah  Farny,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Catherine  Farny, 
alias  Foster,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  con- 
sents.    At  same.     Nov.  12,  1641. 

Clarke,  William,  of  Lydd,  grocer,  widr., 
and  Mary  Barworth  of  S.  Mary's  in 
the  Marsh,  w.  of  Samuel  Barworth, 
late  of  Appledore,  dec.  At  S.  M.  in 
the  Marsh.  Benjamin  Baker  of  Old 
Romney,  tailor,  bonds.  May  15 
[or  13],  1643.     See  WQ\i. 

Clarkson,  William  [he  signed  "William 
Clark"],  of  Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Sarah  Sheaphard,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
21,  d.  of  John  Shephard,  s.  p.,  cord- 
v^ainer,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  Aug.  16.  1628.  See 
Clackson. 

Claringbole,  Robert,  the  younger,  of 
Barham,  hoopmaker,  ba.,  about  22, 
at  his  own  govt.,  and  Joan  Gyles  of 
Patrixbourne,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Gyles  of  Barham,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  Bridge.  Robert  Clar- 
ingbole, senior,  of  Barham,  husb., 
bonds.     Sept.  26,  1626. 

Claringboll,Robcrt,ofElmstone,yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ruth  Elie  of  Kingstone, 
w.  of  Henry  Elie,  clerk,  late  dec.  At 
Kingstone.     Oct.  7,  1632. 

Clason,  William,  of  Milton  n.  Cant., 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Knowlden  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  maiden,  of  the  like  age.  At 
S.  M.  Magdalene.     May  10,  1628. 

CI  aye,  Robert,  of  Whitechapcl  in  the 
city   of  London,    shipwright,   widr., 


and  Margaret  Gull  of  S.  James's  in 
in  Dover,  w.  of  Thomas  Gull,  late  of 
Dover,  shipwright,  dec.  At  S. 
James's  in  D.  Henry  Turner  of 
Dover,  husb.,  bonds.  March  25, 
1637. 

Cleare,  John,  of  Faversham,  maltman, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Evans 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  w.  of  Robert 
Evans,  late  s.  p.,  wheelwright,  dec. 
At  Chartham.     Oct.  30,  1637. 

Cleere,  John,  of  Sandwich,  grocer,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Ann  (jibbs,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Bonnet,  wife  of  William  Fanings  of 
Hythe,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Guy  Clecr,  father  of  the  said 
John  Cleere.  At  S.  Martin's,  Cant. 
Oct.  7,   1645. 

Cleere,  Tobias,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, apothecary,  ba.,  about  23,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Jane  Owsnam,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  23,  relict  of  James 
Owsnam,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Jan.  21,  1627. 

Cleater,  Adani,of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., yeom., 
witlr.,  and  Maiy  Dale  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  v.,  about  28,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  April 
30,  1633. 

Cleaveland,  John,  of  Ash,  husb.,  widr.. 
about  34,  and  Jane  Freestone,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  30,  relict  of  Robert  Free- 
stone, late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Elmstead, 
because  the  said  John  hath  a])pointed 
many  frendes  to  meete  him  there  at 
his  weddinge  anil  to  scale  writinges 
there  concerninge  the  same.  July 
18.  1625. 

Cleaveland,  John,  of  Ash,  husb.,  widr., 
about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Worsly  of 
W^oodnesborough,  maiden,  about  30, 
at  her  own  govt.  At  Woodnes- 
borough.     Jan.  29,  1626. 

Cleveland,  John,  of  Brcdgar.  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Jane  Gittings,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.  Ezechias  Stander 
of  Biedgar,  husb.,  bonds.  Oct.  19, 
1640. 

Cleveland,  John,  and  Mary  Allen,  of  S. 
M.  Northgate,  Cant.  At  same.  J\Iay 
15,  1643. 

Cleaveland,  Thomas,  of  Heme,  and 
Joan  Henman  of  Whitstable.  At 
Whitstable.     May  24,  1628. 


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212 


Cleggat,  Thomas,  of  Headcorn,  butcher, 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Knocke,  s.  p.,  \v. 
of  William  Knocke,  late  dec.  At 
same.     Dec.  17,  1629. 

Cleggat,  William,  of  Smarden,  husb., 
widr.,  about  62,  and  Mary  Collins,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Stephen 
Collins,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Edward  Collins  of  Bidden- 
den,  husb.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Jan.  9,  1627. 

Clement,  Francis,  of  Faversham, ycom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Joan  Godden  of  Ospringe,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  one  Godden  and 
Dorothy  his  wife,  late  s.  p.,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
Ospringe.     Oct.  24,  1623. 

Clement,  James,  the  younger,  of  Len- 
ham,  grocer,  ba.,  about  24,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Mary  Brock- 
well,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  John 
Brockwell,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Stalisfield  or  Ospringe.  Thomas 
Worrell  of  Cant.,  wheeler,  bonds. 
April  21,  1645. 

Clement,  John,  of  Wingham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Margery  Lans- 
feild,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.  Daniel  Masterson  of  Cant., 
grocer,  bonds.     Feb.  13.  1636. 

C I  ement,Matthew,and  Elizabeth  Rockly, 
ofEwell.     At  same.     Feb.  10,  1623. 

Clement,  Richard,  of  Nonington,  and 
Mary  Jones  of  Bekesbourne.  At 
Bekesbourne.  [No  date,  but]  Dec. 
7,  1631. 

Clement,  Stephen,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
labourer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Alice 
Saphery,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  Richard  Saphery,  s.  p.,  labourer, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Lawe,  s.  p.,  weaver.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     Oct.  22,  1621. 

Clerke.     See  Clarke. 

Cleybrooke,  James,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  g.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Judith 
Bate  of  New  Romney,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  John  Bate,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Nov.  7,  1626. 

Cliffe,  Barnard,  of  Patrixbourne,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Barbara  Hugbone,  s.  p.,  maid,  about 
20,  d.  of  Thomas  Hugbone  of  Eastry, 
tailor,  who  consents.  At  Thanington. 


[Barnabas  Cleffe  in  Thanington  Reg.] 
Aug.  25,  1621. 

Clifford,  Arthur,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Margaret  Kitchen,  s.  p., 
w.,  relict  of  John  Kitchen,  late  dec. 
At  S.  George's,  Cant.   April  4,  1633. 

Clifford,  Edward,  of  Sheldwich,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  23,  son  of  Nicholas 
Clifford,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  James  Harly,  s  p.,  cordwainer, 
and  Elizabeth  Harris,  s.  p.,  w.  At 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  March  29,  1638. 

Clifford,  Edward,  of  Hernhill,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  son  of  Richard  Clifford, 
s.  p.,  husb.,whomakesthisallegation, 
and  Elizabeth  Ry,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  ]\Iary  Ry,  a/ias  Carter,  who 
consents.  At  Graveney.  Leonard 
Browne  of  Cant.,  Notary  Public, 
bonds.     July  20,  1644. 

Clifford,  Matthew,  of  Faversham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Rachel  Turner  of  Heme, 
w.  of  William  Turner,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Heme.  George  Terry  of  Heme, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Sept.  19,  1640. 

Clifford,  Richard,  of  Hernhill,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Cawle,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Mark  Cawle,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  IMagdalene,  Cant.  Martin 
Alfrey  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.  May 
13,  1641. 

Clifford,  Robert,  of  Aldham  in  Suffolk, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Mary 
Morgan  of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  w.  of 
John  Morgan,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Sts.,  Cant.  Francis  Plomer  of 
Cant.,  beerbrewer,  and  Thomas 
Parker,  s.  p.,  victualler,  bonds.  Dec. 
12,  1638. 

Clifford,  Robert,  of  Hernhill,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Marchall  of  Boughton 
Blean,  v.,  24,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Graveney.     June  24,  1643. 

Clifford,  Robert,  of  Borden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  31,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Loue,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     Aug.  6,   1644. 

Clifford,  Thomas,  ot  Paddock  n.  S. 
Thomas's  Hill  in  Kent  [in  the  parish 
of  St.  Dunstan,  Cant.],  yeom.,  widr., 
about  49,  and  Ellen  Tewe  of  Cosmos 
Blean,  maiden,  about  40,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  Cosmos  Blean.  William 
Theoball  of  Paddock,  bonds.  Sept. 
29,  1623. 


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Clifford,  William,  of  Preston  n.  Favcr- 
sham,  yeoni.,  widr.,  about  40,  and 
Mary  Chilman  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
w.,  about  37,  relict  of  Henry  Chil- 
man, late  of  Chilham,  dec.  At  S. 
Paul's.  Henry  Robucke  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  gardener,  bonds.  Jan.  21, 
1627. 

Clifford,  William,  of  Preston  n.  Faver- 
sham,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Rigden, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  35.  At  same.  John 
Scott  of  Faversham,  beerbrewer,  and 
Henry  Vidian,  s.  p.,  maltster,  bonds. 
Nov.  11,  1635. 

Clinch,  William,  of  Eastling,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Green- 
street,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Matthew  Greenstreet,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  his  brother, 
John  Greenstreet  of  Preston  n. 
Faversham,  yeom.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Ralph  Wilcoxon  of  Cant., 
Notary  Public,  bonds.    Feb.  6,  1634. 

Clinton,  John,  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 
maltster,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth 
Spencer  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
maiden,  about  29,  d.  of  Joseph 
Spencer,  s.  p.,  sailor,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Abraham  Sturges  of 
S.  Martin's,  victualler.  At  S.  Mar- 
tin's.    Aug.  8,  1621. 

Clynton,  Robert,  of  Hernhill,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Harman,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  21,  relict  of  Thomas 
Harman,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  July  1,  1624. 

Clinton,  William,  of  Milton  n'.  Sitting- 
bourne,  seaman,  ba.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Catherine 
Browne  of  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  Henry  Browne,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Clinton,  sen.,  of  Milton  n.  S.,  husb. 
At  Sittingbourne.     July  H,  1642. 

Clipwel  I,  William,  of  Hartlip,  yeom.,ba., 
about  40,  and  Ann  Pirkins,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Pirkins,  late  dec.  At  same. 
George  Tassell,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
May  13,  1635. 

Cloke,  Basil,  of  Folkestone,  yeom.,  ba., 
near  21,  son  of  Rebecca  Cloke,  alias 
Yonge,  who  consents,  and  Catherine 
Simpson  of  S.  M.  Brcdin's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  25,  d.  of  Susan  Rigden,  alias 
Simpson,  of  Eastry,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Edward  Simpson  of  Littlebourne, 
yeom.,    and    Thomas     Sladden     of 


Folkestone,  husb.,  bonds.  March  29, 
1642. 

Cloke,  Isaac,  of  Ebony,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Ellen  Foster  of  Biddenden,  v., 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Stone  in  Oxncy  or  S.  Mary's  in 
the  Marsh.  Abraham  Caffinch  of 
Cant.,  butcher,  bonds.  Sept.  19, 1644. 

Cloake,  John,  of  Kingsnorlh,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Mary  Dusson,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  William  Dusson,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Shadoxhurst.     Jan.  13,  1629. 

Clough,  George,  of  East  Sutton,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Carter  of  "  Small- 
head  "  in  the  parish  of  Tenterden, 
w.  of  Reynold  Carter,  late  dec.  In 
the  church  or  chapel  of  "  Small- 
head"  Richard  Clough  of  East 
Sutton,  tailor,  bonds.    Nov.  30,  1630. 

Clover  [Clowe  in  Transcript],  John,  of 
Minster  in  Sheppy,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Sarah  Newland  of 
Lynstead,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
James  Newland,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec. 
within  the  12  months  last  past.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Sept. 25, 1620. 

Clover,  Richard,  of  New  Romney,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Susan  Milener,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of  Henry 
IMilencr,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Great 
Chart.     Oct.  17,  1625. 

Clowe,  John.  See  Clover,  John.  Sept. 
25,  1623. 

Clutting,  Nicholas,  of  Oare,  seaman,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Hickes,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  John  Hickes  of 
Boughton  BIcan,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Samuel  Luson  of  Oare. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  March  29, 
1638. 

Cluttinge,  Osmond,  clerk,  curate  of 
Eastchurch,  widr.,  about  58,  and 
Gertrude  Bayly,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40, 
relict  of  Michael  (.?)  Bayly,  late  s.  p., 
yeom.,  dec.    At  same.    April  6,  1625. 

Coast  (Cost),  Henry,  of  Milton  n.  Sit- 
tingbourne, mariner,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Anna  Ussher,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  17, 
d.  of  Thomas  Usher,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
John  Medler  of  Milton  n.  S.,  yeom., 
and  William  Foster,  s.  p.,  g.,  bonds. 
March  22,  1635. 

Cob  b,  Ambrose,  of  Willesborough,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ann  White,  late  s.  p.,  and  now  of 
Norton,  maiden,  about  17,  whose 
father  and  mother  are  both  long  since 


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dead,  and  she  is  now  under  the  govt, 
of  Thomas  Cob  (sic)  her  brother, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Edward  Cobb  of  Cant.,  mercer.  At 
Norton.     April  11,  1625. 

Cobb,  Benjamin,  of  Reculver,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Alice  Knowler  of  Heme,  maiden, 
about  18,  d.  of  Robert  Knowler,  s. 
p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Thomas  Cieybrooke  of  Swaleclift", 
clerk,  and  parson  there.  At  Swalc- 
chif.     Sept.  23,  1626. 

Cobb,  Christopher,  of  Tenterden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Neale, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  32,  relict  of  Joseph 
Neale,  late  s.  p.,  labourer,  dec.  about 
12  months  since.  At  S.  Margaret's. 
Cant.     April  11,  1621. 

Cobb,  Henry,  of  Reculver,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  28,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Booz  Parker  of  Teynham,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  Thomas  Parker,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Teyn- 
ham. Buckland  or  Norton.  Oct. '22, 
1642. 

Cobb,  John,  of  Reculver,  husb.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Catherine  Kite,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22  or  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Holy  Cross,  Cant. 
March  28,  1639. 

Cobb,  John,  of  Goodnestone  n.  Wing- 
ham,  husb.,  ba ,  about  27,  whose 
mother,  Catherine  Cobb,  consents, 
and  Margaret  Johnson,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Edward  Johnson  of 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  husb.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Paul's.  Thomas 
Dunkin  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  g., 
bonds.     Jan.  27,  1639. 

Cobb,  Thomas,  of  VVillesborough,yeom.. 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Susan  White  of 
Hinxhill,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Robert  White,  late  of  Waltham,  dec. 
and  now  dwelling  with  Susan  White 
her  mother  at  Hinxhill,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Oct. 
8,  1619.^. 

Cobb,  Thomas,  of  Newchurch,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Kitchen  of  Sturry, 
v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Daniel  Kitchen 
of  Bonnington,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Aug.  1, 
1631. 

Cobb,  William,  of  London,  mercer,  ba.. 
about  28,  and  Ann  Hartey  of  Birch- 
ington,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Richard 
Harty,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.     At 


Faversham.  Aug.  6,  1637.  No/e.  This 
entry  is  crossed  out,  and  "vacat" 
written  in  the  margin. 

Cobbs,  John,  of  Appledore,  miller,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father,  Erasmus 
Cobbs,  consents,  and  Grace  Shorle 
of  Sellinge.  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Thomas  Shorte,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
also  consents.  At  Sellinge,  New- 
church  or  Snargate.     Nov.  19,  1644. 

Cobham,  John,  of  the  city  of  Roches- 
ter, g.,  widr.,  about  50,  and  l^lizabeth 
Horsemnnden  of  Ulcombe,  v.,  about 
36,  d.  of  Mr.  Richard  Horsmanden, 
clerk,  parson  of  Ulcombe,  who  con- 
sents. At  Ulcombe.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  by  Martin  Fist, 
"  clerk  of  the  parish  of  Kingsnorth," 
and  for  better  proof  letters  were 
exhibited  from  Mr.  Richard  Horse- 
manden  aforesaid  and  I\Ir.  William 
Baldwyn,  clerk,  parson  of  Kings- 
north,  her  brother-in-law.  April  18, 
1625. 

Coby,  INIatthew,  of  Dover,  fisherman, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Benton  of 
All  Saints',  Cant.,  v.,  24  and  upwards, 
whose  parenls  are  dead.  At  All 
Saints'.  Humphry  Foxall  of  Cant., 
cordwainer,  bonds.     Dec.  7,  1629. 

Cochford,  John,  of  Tenterden,  cooper, 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Mary  Whatman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Mary  Whatman,  a/i'as  Foord, 
s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  tes- 
tified b}'  Thomas  Cochford  ot  Cran- 
brook,  clothier.  At  Kenardington. 
Sept.  2,  1630. 

Cock,  Caleb,  of  Walmer,  mariner,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Ann  Adams,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  27,  d.  of  John  Adams,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Dec.  23,  1629. 

Cocke,  Christopher,  of  Godmcrsham, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  60,  and  Elizabeth 
Crowder  of  Hernhill,  maiden,  about 
30,  d.  of  Samuel  Crowder,  dec,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Hernhill. 
Jacobus  Vernon,  Vicar  of  Godmcr- 
sham, bonds.     May  14,  1622. 

Cocke,  Edward,  of  Ringwould,  hush., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Catherine  Church- 
man, s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Christain  Churchman,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret  AtclilT. 
July  13,  1631. 

Cock,  Leonard,  of  Lydd,  maltster,  widr., 
and    Catherine   Man    of  Acrise,   v., 


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about  22,  d.  of  INIrs.  Mary  Man  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Simpson  of  Cant.,  goldsmith.  At 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.     Aug.  6,  1641. 

Cock,  Leonard,  of  Lydd,  maltster,  widr., 
and  Christian  Bedgcant,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Stephen  Bedgeant,  late  of  Newing- 
ton  n.  Hythe,  dec.  At  Lydd.  Dec. 
22,  1641.  , 

Cocke,  Matthew,  of  Bishopsbourhe, 
hush.,  and  focosa  Stokes  of  Bridge, 
V.     At  Bridge.     Feb.  14,  1620. 

Cocke,  Matthew,  of  Chartham,  husb., 
widr.,  32,  and  Mary  Johnson  of 
Great  Hardres,  v.,  about  27,  d.  of 
Henry  Johnson,  g.,  "nowinhabitinge 
in  the  Lowe  Countryes,"  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  Great  Hardres. 
Dec.  17,  1623. 

Cock,  Richard,  of  Bilsington,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Agnes  Mantle,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Reginald  Mantle,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Jacobus 
CuUinge  of  Mersham,  yeom.,  and 
John  Jull  of  Willesborough,  miller, 
bonds.     Aug.  20,  1640. 

Cock,  William,  of  Godmersham,  husb., 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Susan  Scott,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of  one  Scott, 
late  dec.     At  same.     Feb.  24,  1625. 

Cocke,  William,  of  Maidstone,  husb., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Catherine  Webster 
of  Bilsington,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Bilsington. 
July  14,  1627. 

Cock,  William,  of  Deal,  sailor,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Alice  Peeke,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Peeke,  late  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.  Christopher  Bed- 
lacke  of  Deal,  tailor,  bonds.  Oct. 
6,  1636. 

Cockaine,  Robert,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  carpenter,  ba ,  about  30, 
and  Jane  Roundtree,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Leonard  Roundtree,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Henry  San- 
ders of  Cant.,  armiger,  bonds.  Jan. 
14,  1631. 

Cockerell,  Christopher,  "of  Warnford 
in  the  county  of  Hampton,  brasier," 
widr.,  about  51,  and  Mary  Barnes  of 
Milion  n.  Sittingbourne,  w.,  about 
53,  relict  of  Jeftery  Barnes,  late  s.  p., 
brasier,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  [This  allegation  is  signed 
"  the  marke  (a  hammer)  of  xpofer 
Brasely"!  Feb.  19,  1620. 


Cockerton,  George,  the  younger,  of 
Wingham,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Mar- 
tha Peirce,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  the  like 
age.  In  the  parish  church  of . . . , 
No/e.  This  is  unfinished,  crossed 
out  and  "vacat"  written  in  the 
margin.     July  25,  1646. 

Cockett,  Fowlke,  of  Reculver,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  34,  and  Mary  Harris, 
s.  p..  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  [blank] 
Harris  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  "  In  the  Chappell  of  Foorde." 
Robert  Chowner  of  Chisiet,  clerk, 
antl  William  Warham  of  Reculver, 
g  ,  bonds.     Nov.  12,   1621. 

Cocket,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich,  butcher,  ba.,  about  22, 
at  his  own  govt.,  and  Elizabeth 
Williams,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William 
Williams,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Wood- 
ncsborough.     Feb.  13,  1637. 

Cockman,  Charles,  of  Upper  Hardres, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Ellen  Tucker  of  Littlebourne, 
v.,  about  26,  also  at  her  own  govt. 
At  S.  George's,  Cant.    Nov.  8,  1625. 

Cockman,  John,  of  New  Romney,  fell- 
monger,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Sarah  Harllington  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  20,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover.  Thomas  Nicholas  of  S. 
Mary's  in  the  Marsh,  husb.,  and  Jolm 
Godley  of  Cant.,  woolcomber,  bonds. 
Jan.  11,  1641. 

Cocks,  Robert,  the  younger,  of  Staplc- 
iiurst,  clothier,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Sarah  Matley,  maiden,  about  24,  d. 
of  Mercy  i\Iatley,  alias  Jeftery,  now 
or  late  of  Staplehurst,  who  consents. 
At  Rlarden.   Oct.  12,  1622.    S(eCo\. 

Cocky,  Charles,  of  Yalding,  tanner,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Joan  Chambers,  of 
Lynstead,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of 
Edmund  Chambers  of  Berstead, 
miller,  who  consents.  At  Berstead. 
June  11,  1624. 

Cockey,  John,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, bricklayer,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Lydia  Payne,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20, 
d.  of  Edmund  Payne,  late  of  Sand- 
wich, dec,  and  Ann  Payne,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  "At  S.  Maryes 
beforesaid."     Feb.  23,  1619. 

Codd,  James,  of  Dover,  blacksmith,  widr., 
and  Isabel  Atwood  of  S.  Margaret 
Atclifl",  w.  of  [blank]  Atwood,  late  s. 


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220 


p.,  dec.  At  S.  Marg.  Atcliff.  Jan. 
15,  1633. 

Codd,  Thomas,  of  Shekhvich,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Dorothy  Leefe,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Rowland  Leefe  of 
Challock,  who  consents.  AtChallock. 
John  Wright  of  Cant.,  musician, 
bonds.     Oct.  1,  1639. 

Codder,  John,  of  Elham,  ropemaker,  ba., 
about  3.5,  and  Avis  Cardin,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  33,  d.  of  Valentine 
Cardin  of  Brabourne,  dec.  about  20 
years  since,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.     Aug.  8,  1 622. 

Cod  ham,  Baker,  of  Folkestone,  husb., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Ann  Carter,  s.  p., 
w.,  of  the  like  age,  relict  of  Henry 
Carter,  late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     Sept.  25,  1626. 

Codwell,  Anthony,  of  Pluckley,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Lydia  Case  of  Bo.xley,  v.,  about  27, 
d.  of  George  Case,  clerk,  vicar  of 
Boxley,  who  consents  by  letter.  At 
Bo.Klcy.    Jan.  21,  1630.    &6' CadwcU. 

Cogar,  William,  of  Sandwich,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Rose  Allen  of 
Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John  Allen, 
dec,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  John  Finch  of 
Cant.,  husb.,  bonds.     Jan.  16,  1631. 

Cogger,  Thomas,  of  Stanford,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Spaine  of  Lympne, 
w.  of  John  Spaine,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Spaine  of 
Elmstead. yeom.,  bonds.  Sept.  3,1632. 

Col  brand,  John,  the  younger,  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  about  31, 
whose  father,  J  ohn  Colbrand  the  elder, 
consents,  and  Bennet  Hales  of  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  .  of 
Margaret  Hales,  w.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Wisby 
of  Cant.,  grocer.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.  Feb.  11,  l6S8.—No/e.  This 
allegation  was  signed  by  John  Col- 
brand, jun.,  by  his  father  and  by  John 
Wisbey  ;  but  "  vacat"  is  written  in  the 
margin.  The  parties  were  married 
at  Rochester  Cathedral,  Feb.  13th. 
See  my  St.  Peter's  Reg.,  p.  85. 

Colbrand,  Nicholas,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  joiner,  ba.,  about  26,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Ann  Crosse,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  John  Crosse,  dec.  At  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.  Oct.  30,  1643.  No/e. 
In  the  margin  "  vacat  ob  p'contract' 
ex  p'te  mulier'  quse  habet  maritu' 
prior'  inter  vivos,"  etc. 


Colbrand,  Peter,  of Ashford, vintner, ba., 
about  29,  and  Judith  Hubberd,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Repent 
Hubberd  of  Sandwich, merchant,  dec. 
about  20  years  since,  and  now  in  the 
govt,  of  her  mother,  Mary  Clare  of 
Ashford,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  husband,  Ralph  Clare,  s.  p., 
innkeeper.  At  Sevington.  Feb.  4 
(or  5),  1621. 

Cole,  Anthony,  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  tailor, 
ba.,  30  and  upwards,  and  Elizabeth 
Giles  "  of  the  same  church,"  v., 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  Aug.  16, 
1633. 

Cole,  John,  of  S.  Botolph's  in  the  city 
of  London,  beerbrewer,  widr.,  about 
33,  and  Agnes  Wheatley  of  S.  John's 
in  Thanet,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Mr.  Humfry  Wheatley,  clerk,  vicar 
of  S.  John's,  who  is  willing.  At  S. 
John's.     May  19,  1619. 

Cole,  John,  of  Cosmos  Blean,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  44,  and  Ann  Grimsell 
of  Boughton  Blean,  maiden,  about 
37,  d.  of  Stephen  Grimsell,  late  s. 
p.,  dec,  and  of  Meekness  Grimsell, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Cosmos 
Blean.     July  27,  1619. 

Cole,  Michael,  of  Dover,  beerbrewer, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Joan  Nash,  s.  p., 
w.,  relict  of  John  Nash,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Anthony 
Cole  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
Dec.  12,  1632. 

Cole,  Nicholas,  of  Harrietsham,  yeom., 
ba.,  25,  and  Elizabeth  Taylor,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  whose  mother  consents, 
.  as  is  testified  by  Hugh  Barnard  of 
Leeds,  yeom.  At  Harrietsham.  July 
3,  1630. 

Cole,  Stephen,  of  Wye,  blacksmith,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Ann  Jerman,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  Thomas 
Jerman,  s.  p.,  blacksmith,  who  con- 
sents. At  All  Saints',  Cant.  May 
1,  1623. 

Coule,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  baker,  and  Alice  Walton  of 
Bapchild,  w.  At  Bapchild.  April 
8,  1619. 

Coleman,  Alexander,  of  Goudhurst, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Buckland,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
James  Buckland,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  brother,  James 
Buckland,  junior.  At  same.  April 
5,  1630 


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Coleman,  Henry,  of  Sandwich,  mer- 
chant, widr.,  and  AHcc  Bunco  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich,  w.  of  Edward 
Bunce,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  Joseph  Kersby  of 
Sandwich,  cooper,  bonds.  June  5, 
1645. 

Coleman,  John,  of  Ehnstead,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Broman,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  40.  At  same.  Reginald  Spaine 
of  INIonks  Horton,  yeom.,  and 
Robert  Broman  of  Elmstead,  husb., 
bonds.     Jan.  2,  1629. 

Coleman,  John,  of  Hythe,  maltster,  ba., 
oo,  and  INIary  Spaine,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Spaine,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Saltwood  or  Lympne.  Jan.  23,  1642. 

Coleman,  Richard,  of  Dymchurch, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Susan  Ven- 
ton,  s.  p.,  maiden,  21  and  upwards, 
d.  of  Jeremy  Venton,  late  s.  p., 
bricklayer,  dec,  and  now  under  the 
govt,  of  her  mother,  Parnell  Venton, 
3.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  William  Ady,  s.  p.,  labourer.  At 
.same.     July  12,  1624. 

Coleman,  Richard,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, grocer,  widr.,  about  32,  and 
Sarah  Teisden,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Roger  Tisdale 
of  Bettishanger,  husb.,  bonds.  Jan. 
10,  1626. 

Coleman,  Thomas,  of  Petham,  maltster, 
widr.,  about53,  and  Dorothy  William- 
son of  Godmersham,  w.,  about  40, 
relict  of  George  Williamson,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  I\I.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Henry  Colman  of  Petham,  g.,  bonds. 
May  26,  1627. 

Colman,  Thomas,  and  Dorothy  William- 
sonc,  of  Petham.  [Married  at  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.,  June  13,  1627.  No/e. 
From  June  7  to  June  16  four  pages 
of  Allegations  are  missing.  The 
number  of  Allegations  missing  is 
about  ten,  and  nine  of  these  I  have 
endeavoured  to  supply  from  the 
transcripts  or  Registers.] 

Coleman,  Thomas,  of  Ospringe,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Coleman,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  39,  at  her  own  govt.,  her 
parents  being  dead.  At  Thanington. 
Aug.  25,  1629. 

Colman,  Thomas,  of  Cant.,  maltman, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Gilbert, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  whose  mother 
consents,   as   is  testified  by  Robert 


Beake,  s.  p.,  g.  At  S.  Martin's,  Cant. 
Oct.  5,  1631. 

Col  I  man,  Thomas,  of  Chislet,  husb., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Ann  Syborne,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  George  Syborne,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  John 
Millner  of  Cant.,  cordwainer,  bonds. 
Jan.  15,  1634. 

Coll  man,  William,  of  Great  Chart,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Sarah  Watridge, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Thomas 
Watridge,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  brother,  Edward 
Watridge.  s.  p.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  8,  1033. 

Colepepyr.     6"^' Culpepper. 

Colen,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, husb.,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Vanexum  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
v.,  about  30,  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Isaac  Brill  of 
Cant.,  cardmakcr,  bonds.  Sept.  6, 
1641.     &£Cullen. 

Colfe,  Charles,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  apothecary,  ba.,  about  23,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Susan  Terry  of  S. 
Dunstan's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  Leonard  Terry,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec.  about  4  years  since,  and  now 
abiding  with  Rachel  Terry,  s.  p.,  her 
mother,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Richard  Henley  of  Cant.,  beer- 
brewer.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
June  2,  1621. 

Colfe,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
beer-brewer,  ba.,  about  25, and  Eliza- 
beth Frauncis,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  Thomas  Francis  of  Harriet- 
sham,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     Aug.  22,  1620. 

Colgate,  Henry,  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Tayler,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose  mother  con- 
sents.    At  same.     Sept.  16,  1628. 

Colgate,  John,  of  Broomfield,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Bridget  Nipson  of  Lynton, 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas  Nipson, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Edward  Poore  of  Leeds,  yeom.  At 
Lynton.     May  5.  1634. 

Col  lard,  Ambrose,  of  Alkham,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  36,  and  Mildred  Tomes 
of  S.  RLirgaret  Atcliff,  maiden,  about 
27,  d.  of  Thomas  Tomes,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Marg.  Atcliff.  Nov. 
24,  1626. 

Col  lard,  Andrew,  of  Elham,  husb.,  ba., 
about    25,    whose    father,   Thomas 


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CoUard,  consents,  and  Margery  Hob- 
dey,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Clement  Hobdey, 
dec.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  John  Rogers 
of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
March  20,  1644. 

Collard,  Daniel,  of  Alkham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Joyce  Nethersole,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  William 
Nethersole,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Arthur  Pord- 
age,  s.  p.,  yeom.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     Feb.  20,  1625. 

Collard,  Richard,  of  Swingfield,  husb., 
ba.,  about  38,  and  Richardin  Boykin 
of  Elham,  w.,  about  28,  relict  of 
John  Boykin,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Wm.  Oldfield  of 
Buckland  n.  Dover,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Sept.  23,  1619. 

Collard,  Richard,  of  Westwcll,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Thornton  of  Willes- 
borough,  v.,  about  45,  at  her  own 
govt.AtWillesborough.  April  4, 1637. 

Coller,  Lawrence,  of  Swingfield,  husb., 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Cicely  Stroud  of  Beauxfield,  alias 
Whitfield,  v.,  about  30.  At  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.     June  4,  1645. 

Coller,  Ralph,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Ann  Wallop,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28, 
d.  of  Thomas  Wallop,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Henry 
Wallop  of  Dover,  mariner.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  D.     Jan.  31,  1637. 

Collett,  Francis,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan 
Hutson,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  John  Hutson,  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec. 
about  1 1  years  since,  her  mother  also 
being  dead  about  three  quarters  of  a 
year  since,  and  she  the  late  servant 
of  Mr.  Humphry  Wheatlie,  who 
testifies  his  consent  by  letter.  At 
same.     April  9,  1622. 

Collett,  Henry,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cutler,  widr.,  about  50,  and  Mar- 
garet Sharpe  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  43,  and  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  Nov.  18, 
1620. 

Collet,  Humphrey,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  mariner,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Sarah  Hawker 
of  Deal,  w.  of  Jonathan  Hawker, 
late  of  Ash,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.  John  Partridge  of  Deal, 
baker,  bonds.     April  28,  1645. 


Collet,  Samuel,  of  Faversham,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother, 
Joan  Adams,  alias  Collet,  consents, 
and  Parnell  Woodcocke  of  Ashford, 
v.,  about  25  or  26,  d.  of  Mary  Wood- 
cocke, s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Peter  Ellis,  s.  p., 
shoemaker.  At  Selling.  Edward 
Pennyall  of  Selling,  blacksmith, 
bonds.     Nov.  16,  1640. 

Collet,  William,  of  Faversham,  black- 
smith, widr.,  and  Marian  Nutbrowne 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
maiden,  30  and  upwards.  At  the 
Cathedral.  Henry  Collet,  junior,  of 
Cant.,  cutler,  bonds.     Aug.  4,  1628. 

Col  ley,  George,  of  S.  M.  IJredman's, 
Cant.,  shoemaker,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Elizabeth  Sanders  of  All  Saint's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  38,  d.  of  William 
Sanders  of  Lyminge,  who  consents. 
At  All  Saints'.  John  Moor  of  Cant., 
shoemaker,  bonds.     June  29,  1635. 

Colley,  Luke,  of  Milton,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ellen  (iillet  of  Chart- 
ham,  v.,  about  30.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Richard  Gregory  of  Petham, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Oct.  3,  1644. 

Col  11  at,  Daniel,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
basketmaker,  ba.,  about  20,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Mary  Vanbure 
of  S.  Peter'sin  Sandwich,  v.,  about27, 
d.  of  John  John  (jic)  Vanbure  of 
Sandwich,  gardener,  who  consents. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.    Sept.  4,  1637. 

Collier,  Allen,  of  Sellinge,  tailor,  widr., 
and  JLlizabeth  Tompson  of  Kenning- 
ton,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
William  Hart  of  Sellinge,  g.,  bonds. 
May  18,  1640. 

Collier,  Clement,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Slaughter,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Slaugliter,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  William  Tether- 
ton  of  Wye,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct.  26, 
1641. 

Collier,  James,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Thomasine  Henneker,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  Robert  Henneker  of  Hack- 
inglon,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Edge  of  Dover, 
hackney-man.  At  Charlton.  John 
Clarke  of  Cant.,  saddler,  bonds. 
July  19,  1641. 

Collier,John, of  Miltonn.  Sittingbourne, 
miller,   widr.,   about   52,  and  Joan 


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EUet,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  46,  relict  of 
William  Ellet,  late  dec.  At  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.     June  12,   1628. 

Collier,  John,  of  Bapchild,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Bix,  s.  p.,  \v.,  about  26,  relict  of 
Stephen  Bix,  late  dec.  At  same. 
Aug.  16,  1628. 

Collier,  John,  of  Boughton  Blean,  and 
Faith  Garrett  of  Selling.  At  Selling. 
Feb.  18,  1630. 

Collier,Robert,  of  Wiitersham,  thatcher, 
vvidr.,  and  Elizabeth  Cooper  of 
Woodchurch,  maiden,  about  38.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant,  Anthony 
Lattenden  of  Wittersham,  horse- 
cutter,  bonds.     Nov.  22,  1627. 

Collier,  Robert,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Esther  Freind  of  Sellinge,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Thomas  Freiad  of 
Brabourne.yeom.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Sellinge.  John  Swan  of  Nacking- 
ton,  yeom.,  and  George  Bragg  of 
Cant.,  vintner,  bonds.  Sept.  7,  1644. 

Collier,  William,  of  Sutton  Valence, 
broadweaver,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
jMartha  Browne,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40, 
relict  of  Robert  Browne,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Way  26, 1 628. 

Collins,  Anthony,  of  Biddenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Chap- 
man, s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Chapman 
of  Appledore,  miller,  bonds.  Oct. 
31,  1634. 

Collins,  Gasper,  of  Tilmanstone,  and 
Ellen  Broombridge  of  S.  Clement's 
in  Sandwich.  At  S.  Clement's. 
March  5,  1628. 

Collyns,  Increased,  of  Brightling  in 
Sussex,  g.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Frances  Parker  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  Matthew  Parker,  s.  p.. 
Esquire,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Alphage  or  All  Saints',  Cant.  April 
7.  1626. 

Collins,  John,  of  S.  Giles's  without  the 
walls  of  the  City  of  London,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Collins  of  Lynstead, 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  William 
Collins  of  Lynstead,  g.,  who  also 
consents,  and  makes  and  signs  this 
allegation.  At  Lynstead.  April  19, 
1620. 


Collins,  John,  of  Dover,  gardener,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Jane  Hogburne,  of 
Dover  Castle,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of 
Richard  Hogburne  of  the  same 
Castle,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet Atcliff.  William  Casson  of 
Cant.,  vintner,  bonds.   Sept.  9,  1640. 

Collins,  John,  of  Winchclsey  in  Sussex, 
g.,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother,  Ann 
Collins,  consents,  and  Jane  Yonge 
of  Biddenden,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Halden, 
Bethersden  or  Wittersham.  John 
Crux  of  Cant.,  milliner,  bonds. 
July  8,  1642. 

Collens,  Nicholas,  and  Barbara  Twy- 
man,  of  Birchington.  At  same. 
Dec.  4,  1637. 

Collins,  Peter,  of  Sandwich,  gardener, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth  White, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Guy  White,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Henry 
Cary  of  Cant.,  shoemaker,  bonds. 
May  12,  1637. 

Collins,  Richard,  of  Preston  n.  Wing- 
ham,  husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary 
Finet,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
mother,  Ann  Boycott,  a/ias  Finett, 
consents.  At  S.  RLargaret's,  Cant. 
June  2,  1627. 

Collins,  Richard,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  mariner,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Smith,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Edward  Smith, 
late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  same.  May  10, 
1631. 

Collins,  Richard,  of  Deal,  mariner,  ba-, 
about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Weekes, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Weekes,  lates.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Valen- 
tine Lewys  of  S.  Mildred's,  tailor, 
and  Peter  Bradford  of  Sandwich, 
bricklayer,  bonds.     Jan.  21,  1633. 

Collins,  Stephen,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Dorothy  Paine,  s.  p.,  w. 
At  same.  Thomas  Knowler,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  bonds.     Feb.  20,  1638. 

Collins,  Stephen,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Tanner,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  40.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Knowder  of  Faver- 
sham, g.,  bonds.     March  17,  1641. 

Collins,  Thomas,  of  Bethersden,  hemp- 
dresser,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Ursula 
Dunninge,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
Dunninge,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Edmund  Collins  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  yeom.,  bonds.  Nov.  25, 
1630. 

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Col  lens,  Thomas,  of  Sandwich,  husb., 
ba.,  about  34,  and  Ann  Awsten,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Edward  Awsten,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
where  they  both  dwell.  John  Lun 
of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  barber- 
chirurgeon,  bonds.     Oct.  6,  1636. 

Collins,  William,  of  Harden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  son  of  John  Collins,  who 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Buddes, 
s.  p.,  spr.,  about  30.  At  same. 
Thomas  Graylinge,  s.  p.,  hu.sb., 
bonds.     May  10,  1636. 

Collins,  William,  of  S.Mary's  in  Dover, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mildred  Collard,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Katherine  Collard, 
alias  Ratlift'e,  wife  of  James  Ratliffe, 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.  Agnia  Topsheare  of  Dover, 
seaman,  and  Richard  Collard,  s.  p., 
shipcarpenter,  bonds.    Sept.  6,  1641. 

Colt,  John,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
clerk,  B.A.,  ba.,  about  26,  son  of 
Mr.  Nicholas  Colt  of  Shimpling  in 
Norfolk, "  parson  of  the  said  church, 
and  B.D.,"  and  Joan  Tucker,  alias 
Pawlen,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
John  Tucker,  alias  Pawlen,  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  joiner.  With  the 
consent  of  Mr.  Nicholas  Colt,  who 
signs,  and  of  John  Tucker,  alias 
Pawlen,  as  is  testisfied  by  his  wife, 
Grace  Tucker,  alias  Pawlen.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.     July  3,  1622. 

Columbine,  John,  of  Appledore,  husb., 
ba.,  24  and  upwards,  and  Rebecca 
Hopper,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of 
Agnes  Hopper,  alias  Holnes,  wife  of 
John  Holnes,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
John  Barrow  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  bonds. 
June  16,  1640. 

Columbine,  Thomas,  of  Appledore,  and 
Elizabeth  Smith  of  Woodchurch. 
At  Appledore.     March  7,  1632. 

Colwell,  Alexander,  of  Faversham,  sea- 
man, widr.,  and  Mary  Hilton,  s.  p., 
w.  of  William  Hilton,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Samuel  Godfrey  of 
Faversham,  seaman,  bonds.  Jan.  14, 
1645. 

Collwell,  Richard,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Agnes  Steed  of 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  39, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     Sept.  28,  1629. 


Comber,  Robert,  of  Hunton,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Pope  of 
Charing,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  at  her 
owngovt.  AtOtterden.  June  18, 1631. 

Comberland,  Robert,  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Margaret  Effeild  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  v.,  about  21  or  22,  d.  of 
Ralph  Effeild,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  or 
S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.  Sanford 
Branker  of  Cant.,  draper,  bonds. 
Nov.  16,  1639. 

Combes,  Thomas,  of  Rolvenden,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Ann  Meade  of 
Tenterden,  w.,  about  35,  relict  of 
James  Meade,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Tenterden.     Oct.  11,  1621. 

Combes,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mildred  Woodland, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  [blank] 
Woodland  of  Brabourne,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Robert 
Combes  of  Wye,  tailor.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Jacob  Coombes 
of  Mersham,  husb.,  Ijonds.  May  25, 
1641.     See  Coomes. 

Com  per.  Remember  Death,  of  Sitting- 
bourne,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary 
W^ood,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24. 
At  Milstead.  [Allegation  signed 
"  Rememberdeath  Compar."]  July 
17,  1619. 

Compton,  Redeemed,  clerk,  curate  of 
Woodchurch,  widr.,  and  Dorothy 
Moyse,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Josias  Moyse, 
late  dec.  At  Warehorne.  Aug.  30, 
1630. 

Con  ley,  William,  of  Wittersham,  cloth- 
worker,  ba.,  about  31,  and  Ann 
Lord,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Nathaniel  Lord, 
dec.     At  same.     Dec.  30,  1634. 

Conquest,  Nicholas,  of  Wingham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Martha 
Johncocke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of 
Johncocke  of  Eastry  {sic),  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Eastes  of  Wingham,  husb.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Richard 
Bromley  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  June 
29,  1641. 

Consant,  Ambrose,  of  Minsterin  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  and  Margaret 
Austen,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  17,  d. 
of  Robert  Austen,  late  of  Dover, 
dec.  At  Minster.  Nicholas  Con- 
sant, s.  p.,  yeom.,  father  of  Ambrose, 
bonds.     July  28,  1619. 


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230 


Consant,    William,    of    Chislet,    husb., 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Susan   Buckley 
of  the  Borough  of  Hoath,  maiden, 
about  2G,  whose   parents  are  dead. 
At    Chislet.     June    24,     1625.     See 
Constant. 
Constable,   John,   of  Westwell,  husb., 
ba.,  about  34,  and  Frances  Atkins, 
s.  p.,   v.,   about    25,   whose    parents 
are  dead.     At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
or    Eastwell.     Robert   Maxted   and 
Richard    Gruer,    of   Westwell.    hus- 
bandmen, bonds.     March  4,  1640. 
Constable,  Joseph,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,    mariner,     ba.,     23    and 
upwards,    at    his    own    govt.,    and 
Barbara  Home    of  Deal,    v.,    about 
20,  whose  mother,  Catherine  Home, 
consents.     At  Deal.     Sept.  28,  1629. 
Constable,  Joseph,  of  Worth,  mariner, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Peake,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.   of  Matthew   Peake    of 
Sandwich,   g.,    who    consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Edward  Peake,  s.  p.,  g. 
At  Worth.     Sept.  26,  1637. 
Constable,  William,  of  Westwell,  miller, 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Mersh, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John  Mersh, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.     At  Hothfield.     Feb. 
19,  1630. 
Constant,    Nicholas,    of    S.   John's  in 
Thanet,  seaman,  ba.,  about  26,  and 
Elizabeth  Tibb,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26  or 
27,  d.  of  Ralph  Tibb,  s.  p.,  shipcar- 
penter,    who    consents.     At   S.   M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     April  30,  1646.    See 
Consant. 
Cooke,  Daniel,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  widr.,  about  37,  and  Eliza- 
beth Trotter,  s.  p.,  maiden,   about 
34,    d.     of    John    Trottar,     s.    p., 
labourer,  who  consents.     At   S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.     Feb.  20,  1622. 
Cooke,  Edward,  of  Sheldwich,  gardener, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Baily,  s.  p., 
v.,   about    20,   d.    of  John   Baily    of 
Westwell,  sawyer,  who  consents,  as 
is   testified    by   Thomas    Mason    of 
Sheldwich,    tailor.     At    Sheldwich. 
Aug.  20,  1632. 
Cooke,    George,    of    Goodnestone    n. 
Wingham,  husb.,  ba.,  24,  and  Jane 
Ratcliff,   s.  p.,  v.,  about   25,    d.    of 
William    Ratcliff,  s.  p.,  husb.,   who 
consents.     At  S.   Margaret's,  Cant. 
Aug.  19,  1628. 
Cooke,   George,   of  Milton  n.    Sitting- 
bourne,  miller,   ba.,    about  30,   and 


Elizabeth  Seabcry  of  Sittingbournc, 
spinster,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Sea- 
bery,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  George  Bridges  of  Cant., 
innholder,  bonds.  Aug.  12,  1634. 
Cooke,  Giles.     See  Lie,  Giles,  April  27, 

1625. 
Cooke,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  husb.,  ba., 
about  20,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Joan 
Taylor,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
Henry  Taylor  "  of  Abbington  in  the 
Barksheire,"    husb.,    dec.   about    5 
years  since,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of 
George  Linley  of  Eastchurch,  shep- 
herd, who  consents.     At  Preston  n. 
Faversham.     Sept.  3,  1621. 
Cooke,   John,    of  Biddenden,    clothier, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary  Bishoopen- 
den  of  Smarden,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Thomas  Bishopenden,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who    consents.     At    S.    Margaret's, 
Cant.     Nov.  26,   1629. 
Cooke,  John,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba.,  about 
26,  and  Jane  Browne,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
25,  d.  of  Edward  Browne,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Mr.  Nicols, 
the  vicar  there.     At  same.     Oct.  3, 
1634. 
Cooke,  John,  of  Goudhurst,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Margaret  Nurton  of 
Staplehurst,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Mary 
Nurton,  a/ias  Denn,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents,   as    is    testified    by   Richard 
Hovenden  of  Goudhurst,  husb.     At 
Hawkhurst.  John  Farrance  of  Cant., 
blacksmith,  bonds.     Jan.    13,   1636. 
Cooke,   John,   of  Faversham,   flaxman, 
widr.,  and  Martha  Yddie,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Henry   Yddie,    late  s.  p.,  dec.     At 
same.     George  Hooper  of  Thaning- 
ton,chirurgeon,  bonds.  April  5,  1641. 
Cooke,    Nehemiah,    of  Wickhambreux, 
husb.,   widr.,  about  36.  and  Mercy 
Fist,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Fist,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  John  Cooke  of  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.,  tailor.     At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     Dec.  31,   1627. 
Cooke,   Richard,   of  Sandhurst,    husb., 
ba.,  about  20,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Priscilla     Dunke     of     Hawkhurst, 
maiden    about    21,    d.    of    Thomas 
Duncke,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec,  and  now 
under  the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Peirse 
Dunck,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.     At 
Sandhurst.     Oct.  12,  1623. 
Cooke,  Richard,  of  Faversham,  glazier, 
ba.,  22  and  upwards,  son  of  Thomas 


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Cooke  of  Woodchurch,  who  consents, 
and  Deborah  Sanders,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  in  the  service  of  Mrs. 
Upton,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Croft.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  Oct.  6,  1628.  Note. 
The  transcript  gives  Oct.  3  as  the 
dale  of  marriage. 

Cooke,  Robert,  of  Stelling,  widr.,  about 
34,  and  Susan  White,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  Henry  White,  late  s. 
p.,  dec,  and  now  abiding  with  Mary 
White,  her  mother,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  20, 
1619. 

Cooke,  Robert,  of  Horton,  ycom.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Hobday  of  Lydd,  w.  of 
Thomas  Hobday,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.    April  23,  1635. 

Cooke,  Roger,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  cordwainer,  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Mary  Nash  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  v.,  about  27,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Robert  Cooke  and  William 
Cooke,  of  Cant ,  cordwainers,  bonds. 
April  14,  1642. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
collarmaker,  widr.,  about  35,  and 
Ann  Gateman  of  Ickham,  w.,  about 
50,  relict  of  Thomas  Gateman,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Thanington.  June  1, 
1620. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  husb., 
widr.,  about  45,  and  Catherine 
Crowchman  of  Cant.,  maiden,  about 
25,  d.  of  Stephen  Crowchman, 
late  of  Cant.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     May  10,  1621. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, labourer,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Ann  Tompkin,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
21,  who  is  now  "under  the  disposing 
and  governing  of  her  mother,"  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Parker  of  Sandwich,  innholder.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.    April  24,  1628. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  ba., 
about  39,  and  Ann  Colder,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Colder,  late  of  Westbere, 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Richard  Norwood  of  Chislet,  yeom., 
bonds.     Dec.  21,  1633. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  Godmersham,  collar- 
maker,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Margaret  Bayly,  s.p.,  w.  of  Simon 


Bayly,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Francis  Plumer  of  Cant., 
yeom.,  and  John  Ward,  s.  p.,  joiner, 
bonds.     Feb.  27,  1634. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Jane  Clarke,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  Susan  Gierke,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.  Richard  Wood  of  flolv  Cross, 
distiller,  bonds.     March  23, '1636. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, seaman,  widr.,  and  Thomasine 
Huftam,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Alice  Huftam,  w.,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Mary  Snell,  s.  p.  At 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Thomas  Mace  of 
S.  Martin's.  Cant.,  linenwcaver, 
bonds.     July  27.  1641. 

Cooke,  Thomas,  of  Otterden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  32,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Mary  Gascoine,  s.  p  ,  v.,  about  29, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Otter- 
den or  Ospringe.  Andrew  Hilles  of 
Faversham,  sawyer,  and  William  Natt, 
s.  p.,  wagoner,  bonds.  Feb.  23,  1660. 

Cooke,  Walter,  of  Leeds,  millman,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Cooke,  consents,  and  Edith  Brooke 
of  Ulcombe,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Robert  Brooke,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Dec.  27,  1642. 

Cooke,  William,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, and  Hester  Base,  s.  p.  At 
same.     Feb.  15,   1619. 

Cooke,  William  of  Faversham,  and  Ann 
Hearle  of  Hackington.  At  Hack- 
ington.     May  22,  1623. 

Cooke,  William,  of  Cosmus  and  Damian, 
Blean,  husb.,  widr.,  and  Alice  Bate- 
man,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
[blank]  Bateman,  dec.  At  S.  Dun- 
stan's.    Jan.  22,   1637. 

Cooke,  William,  of  Dover,  seaman,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  father,  William 
Cooke,  consents,  and  Elizabeth  Strat- 
ford, s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  (ohn 
Stratford  of  Woodnesborough,  tailor, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     March  1,  1642. 

Cooke,  William,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
victualler,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Rom- 
feild,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22  or  23,  d.  of 
John  Romfeild  of  Cant.,  tailor,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  his  son, 
John  Romfeild.  At  S.  Paul'-s,  Cant. 
Aug.  17,  1644. 


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234 


Coo  ley,  George,  of  Sandhurst,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Joan  Gold,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
[blank]  Gold,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Sandhurst  or  Rolvenden.  Thomas 
Cooley  of  Rolvenden,  husb.,  and 
William  Young  of  Cant.,  miller, 
bonds.     July  20,  1646. 

Cooly,  William,  of  Eastry,  butcher,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  Hayward  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  Edward  Hayward,  s.  p., 
butcher,  who  consents.  At  Eastry. 
Peter  Dowker  of  Ickham,  yeom., 
bonds.     Jan.  10,  1626. 

Cooling,  William,  the  younger,  of  Dept- 
ford,  g  ,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Aphra 
Weston  of  Hackington,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  Hack- 
ington. Robert  Hammon  of  Hack- 
ington, g.,  and  Thomas  Button  of 
the  city  of  London,  scrivener,  bonds. 
July  11,  1644. 

Coomes,  Andrew,  of  Ashford,  felt- 
maker,  widr.,  and  Ann  Ferris,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Enoch  Ferris, 
s.  p.,  cordwainer,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Thomas  Ellis  of 
Ashford,  yeom.,  and  John  Browne  of 
Cant.,  victualler,  bonds.  Oct.  21, 
1644. 

Coomes,  John,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
baker,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Margaret 
Davis  of  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Richard  Davys,  s.  p., 
husb.,  who  consents.  At  Thaning- 
ton.     INIarch  29,  1630.    See  Combes. 

Cooper,  Abraham,  of  London,  g.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Beverly  of  St.  Peter's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  47.  At  S.  Peter's. 
John  Cooper  of  London,  "  uphold- 
.ster,"  bonds.     Oct.  3,  1634. 

Cooper,  Anthony,  of  Whitstable,  cord- 
wainer, widr.,  and  Ann  Ewell,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Christopher  Ewell,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Alexander 
Green,  of  Seasalter,  cordwainer, 
bonds.  June  4,  1644. 
Cooper,  Edward,  of  Whitstable,  husb., 
ba  ,  about  22,  and  Frances  Bassett, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Feb.  17,  1633. 
Cooper,  Edward,  of  Lynstead,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Fridswith  Partridge,  s.  p., 
w.  of  David  Partridge,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Peter  Cooper  of 
(?)  Lynstead,  husb.,  bonds.  May  13, 
1639. 


Cooper,    George,    of    the    Precincts  of 
Ch.   Ch.,  Cant.,   cook,  ba.,  40  and 
upwards,    and   Alice    Browne    of  S. 
Margaret's,      Cant.,     w.     of     John 
Browne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Thaning- 
ton.      John    Williamson    of    Cant , 
yeom.,  bonds.     June  23,  1645. 
Cooper,    Jervace,    of   Sandhurst,  tailor, 
ba.,    23    and    upwards,    at    his    own 
govt.,  and   Deborah    Brett,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  John  Brett,  s.  p  ,  g., 
who  consents.     At   S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     Sept.  20,  1631. 
Cooper,   John,  of   Harrietsham,  husb., 
ba.,    about    28,    and    Joan  Tomson, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of  Edward 
Tomson,  late  s.  p.,  carpenter,  dec. 
At  same.     July  31,  1621. 
Cooper,    John,    of    Faversham,    sailor, 
ba.,     40    and    upwards,    and     Ruth 
]\[illes,  s.  p.,  w.   of  Vincent  Milles, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.     At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Aug.  15,  1631. 
Cooper,   John,    of    Faversham,    brick- 
layer, widr.,   and  Susan  Beniaby,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Richard  Beniaby,  late  s.  p., 
innholder,  dec.     At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Jan.  15,  1637. 
Cooper,  John,  of  Ratclififin  Middlesex, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Penny  of  S. 
James's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Penny,  alias  Cooke,  s.  p., 
who  also  consents.     At  S.  IMildred's, 
Cant.     June  24,  1640. 
Cooper,  Michael,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, g.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Susan 
Walter,    s.   p.,  w.  of   John   Walter, 
dec.     At  S.  Clement's   in  Sandwich. 
April  28,  1630. 
Cooper,  Philip,  of  W^oodchurch,  husb., 
ba.,  about   22,  and  Mary  Austen,  s. 
p.,    maiden,   about  20,  d.    of  Peter 
Austen,  late  s.  p.,  dec,   and  at  her 
own  govt.     At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Feb.  16,  1619. 
Cooper,     Randolph,     of    Ticehurst    in 
Sussex,    yeom.,    widr.,    and    Martha 
Turner  of  Goudhurst,   v.,  about  28, 
whose  parents  are  dead.     At  S.  Mar- 
garet's,   Cant.     Peter    Coleman    of 
Goudhurst,    clothier,    and    Thomas 
Wood  of  Wadhurst  in  Sussex,  veom., 
bonds.     July  29,  1640. 
Cooper,  Richard,  of  Dover,  brewer,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Nower  of  Wing- 
ham,  v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are 
dead.     At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.     John 


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236 


Turner  and  William  Baker,  of  S. 
Martin's,  glovers,  bonds.  Feb.  2, 
163G. 

Cooper,  Robert,  of  S.  Margaret  Atclift', 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Joan 
Barnes,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30,  d. 
of  Nicholas  Barnes,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents,  as  is  te.stified  by 
Nicholas  Symes,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     March  4,  1621. 

Cooper,  Thomas,  of  Sturry,  carpenter, 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Margaret  Sturges, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Edward 
Sturges,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.  Peter  Sturges  of 
Chislet,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb.  27, 
1631. 

Cooper,  William,  of  Chislet,  ba.,  about 
30,  and  Mary  Owre  of  Reculver, 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Edward 
Owre  of  Eastry,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.  Boys  Owre 
of  S.  M.  Northgate,  g.,  bonds.  Feb. 
10,  1619. 

Cooper,  William,  of  RIarden,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Bold,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  ot  John  Bold,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Michael  Cooper 
of  l\Iarden,  veom.,  bonds.  April  13, 
1635. 

Cooper,  William,  of  L3mpne,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Spicer  of  Hythe, 
w.  of  Luke  Spicer,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Lympne.  John  White  ofLympne, 
yeom.,  bonds.  Aug.  23,  1636.  See 
Cowper. 

Coorle,  Martin,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Agnes 
Tibb,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Ralph 
Tibb  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  sip 
ysic')  carpenter,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Underwood  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  sailor.  At  S.  Mary's 
aforesaid.     Sept.  8,  1625. 

Coorle,  Richard,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  mariner,  widr.,  and  Susan 
Clapper,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Peter  Clapper, 
late  of  Sandwich,  dec.  John  Toker 
of  Cant.,  gardener,  bonds.  Jan.  27, 
1635. 

Courle,  Thomas,  of  Cant.,  victualler, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Margaret  Bunce 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  30,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  the  Cathedral,  Cant.  Feb.  12, 
1620. 


Coot,  John,  of  Cant.,  tapster,  ba.,  about 
22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Jemmet  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  v,, 
about  23,  d.  of  John  Jemmet,  s.  p., 
clothier,  who  consents.  At  Woldton. 
March  18,  1628. 

Copestake,  Robert,  of  Lenham,  sayer, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Sarah  Fuller,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Fuller,  s.  p.,  rip- 
pier,  dec.  At  Lenham.  June  15,  1622. 

Copland,  Gabriel,  of  Hernhill,  and 
INLirgaret  Ladd  of  Graveney.  At 
Graveney.     Feb.  25,  1640. 

Coppernut,  Abraham,  of  Berstead, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Margaret  Shasted,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Robert  Sharsted, 
late  s.  p.,  husb.,  and  now  under  the 
govt,  of  Susan  Sharsted,  <7//fl.f  Hudson, 
wife  of  John  Hudson,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.     July  13,  1624. 

Coppin,  Jeffery,  of  Coldred,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Bennet  Ponnett  of  Waldershare,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  William  Ponnett,  s. 
p.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John  Coppin  of  Coldred,  husb., 
father  of  the  said  Jeffery.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     Nov.  21,  1633. 

Coppinge,  John,  of  Marden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mildred  Henley, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Peter 
Henley,  clerk,  dec.  about  20  years 
since,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  her 
mother,  Margaret  Nethersole,  wife 
of  John  Nethersole  of  Marden,  g., 
who  consents.  At  ]\Iarden.  Alle- 
gation made  and  signed  by  John 
Nethersole  aforesaid.  Nov.  28,  1621. 

Coppin,  John,  of  Wootton,  g.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Ann  Gibbon  of  West- 
cliff,  v.,  1 8  and  upwards,  d.  of 
Thomas  Gibbon,  s.  p..  g.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Mr.  Leonard 
Browne,  Notary  Public,  and  one  of 
the  Procurators  of  the  Consistory 
Court  of  Cant.  At  Westcliffe. 
March  27,  1641. 

Coppinge,  Robert,  of  Sellinge,  M.A., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Joan  Andrews, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  whose  mother 
consents.    At  Horton,  Oct.  14,  1635. 

Copping,  Robert,  of  Sellinge,  M.A.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Joan  Andrewes,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Dec.  13, 
1636. 


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238 


Coppin,  Roger,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanct,  sailor,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Agnes  Hogben,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Avis  Hogben, 
alias  May,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Robert  May  of 
S.  Lawrence,  husb.,  bonds.  Nov.  2o, 
1634. 

Coppin,  Thomas,  clerk,  and  Ann  Bar- 
grave  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  after  banns  published  at 
Bekesbourne  and  Ch.  Ch.  Dec.  26, 
16a6.  Note.  They  were  married  at 
Ch.  Ch. 

Coppin,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
mariner,  ba.,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Jane  Underdowne,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the 
like  age,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Valentine 
Awcher  and  John  Underdowne  of 
Birchington,  yeom.,  bonds.  Jan.  26, 
1636. 

Coppin,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  ba.,  about  27, 
and  Mary  Dyer,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Edward  Dyer,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  same.  Edward 
Dyer  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet.  yeom., 
bonds.     June  2,  1638. 

Coppin,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  ba.,  about  24, 
and  Margaret  Rogers  of  Monkton, 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Lewis  Rogers, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Monkton. 
Aug.  20,  1639. 

Coppin,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  ba.,  about  28, 
and  Ann  Moyscr,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Ann  Young,  s.  p  ,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
George  Bird  of  Cant.,  fellmonger, 
and  Stephen  Asherinden  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
March  24,  1644. 

Coppin,  William,  of  Cant.,  g.,  and  Jane 
Grove  of  Wingham,  w.  At  Wing- 
ham.     June  27,  1620. 

Coppin,  VVilliam,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  widr.,  and  Ann 
Davis  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  w.  of 
Peter  Davies,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
John's.  John  Laming  of  S.  John's, 
yeom.,  bonds.     May  6,  1634. 

Coppin,  William,  of  Deal,  g.,  ba.,  about 
34,  and  Jane  Backe  of  Molash,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  [blank]  Backe,  dec. 
At  Molash  or  Chilham.  Paul  Pettyt 
of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     Aug.  24,  1637. 


Copus,  John,  of  Harbledown,  potmaker, 
widr.,  and  Mabel  Goodden  of  S.  John's 
in  Thanet,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Robert 
Goodden,  dec,  and  of  Mabel  Good- 
den, alias  Egender,  of  S.  John's  in 
T.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Okeshot  of  Cant.,  labourer. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Copus 
of  Bosenden,  brickmaker,  bonds. 
Nov.  4,  1633. 
Coque,  Michael,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  21,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Sibyl  Isaac,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  John  Isaac,  s.  p.,  mariner,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Henry 
Lambert,  s.  p.,  mariner.  At  Charlton. 
May  7,  1638. 
Cord  ley,  Richard,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
cordwaincr,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Mercy 
Stephens  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  23,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Dunstan's.     Nov.  6,  1630. 

Corke,  Daniel,  of  Graveney,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Saire  of  Deal,  v.,  about  34, 
d.  of  VVilliam  Saire,  late  of  Chartham, 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene.  Cant. 
William  Corke  of  Minster,  husb.,  and 
Anthony  Sareof  Walmer,  blacksmith, 
bonds.     Aug.  1,  1631. 

Corker,  James,  of  Faversham,  vintner, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Isabel  Craythorne  of  Rochester,  v., 
about  26.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Jacobus  Morton  of  Cant.,  tapster, 
bonds.     Oct.  31,  1642. 

Cornelius,  Roger,  of  Sandwich,  sailor, 
about  21,  and  iNIartha  Chance,  s.  p., 
d.  of  Jacob  Chance  of  Lambeth, 
coppersmith.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
the  said  Roger  declaring  that  "the 
parents  of  each  side  are  consenting 
to  the  match."  Nathaniel  Boland  of 
Sandwich,  haberdasher,  bonds.  Dec. 
21,  1636. 

Corneford,  John,  of  Ivychurch,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Phillips, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  [blank] 
Phillips  late  of  Snargate,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Wm.  Travell 
of  the  Monastery  of  St.  Augustine, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.    Sept.  20,  1619. 

Corner,  Richard,  of  Saltwood,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Agnes  Dod,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
27,  d.  of  Edward  Dodd  of  Sellinge, 
husb.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     April  19,  1636. 

Cornes,  Abraham,  of  Smarden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Riddle,  s.  p.,  w.  of 


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240 


John  Riddle,  late  of  Biddenden,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  John  Wolton  of 
Cant.,  husb.,  bonds.     May  14,  1639. 

Cornwall,  Abraham,  of  S.  1\I.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  woolcomber,  ba.,  about  40,  and 
Catherine  Busharof  All  Saints', Cant., 
v.,  about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Thanington.  Peter  Cornwall  of 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.,  silkweaver, 
and  Zaccheus  Howell  of  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.,  weaver,  bonds.  April 
10,  1641. 

Cosen,  Richard,  of  Lyminge,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  43,  and  Elizabeth  Ktnnet,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  36,  d.  of  Isaac  Kennet, 
late  of  Littlebourne,  dec.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  Christopher  Cosens 
of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
July  16,  1631. 

Cosen,  Sylvester,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
maltman,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Graceborough, 
of  Thanington,  spr.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Mr.  Mark  Graceborough,  clerk,  vicar 
of  Shcphcrdswell,  who  also  consents. 
At  Thanington.  Leonard  Vanse  of 
Thanington,  yeom.,  and  Thomas 
Chandler,  s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds.  May 
9,  1636. 

Cosen,  Thomas,  of  Molash,  yeom  ,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Mary  Nyn,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Robert  Nyn 
of  Molash,  husb.,  bonds.  May  20, 
1628. 

Cosens,  John,  of  Brenzet,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Topley,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  26  or  27,  whose  parents 
aredead.  Atsame.  William  Whiting, 
junior,  of  Cant.,  woollendraper,  and 
Christopher  Ashenden,  s.  p.,  hosier, 
bonds.     Oct.  3,  1645. 

Cosens,  Thomas,  of  Gillingham,  malt- 
ster, widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Packenham 
of  Bredhurst,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
James  Packenham,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Bredhurst.  Stephen  Mead 
of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  innholder,  and 
jacobus  Mead,  s.  p.,  barber,  bonds. 
Oct.  4,   1642. 

Cosews,  William,  of  Barfreston,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Mary  Munday,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22  d.  of  John  Munday,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  William  Cosews  [father  of 
the  above  Wm.  Cosews],  bonds. 
Sept.  23,  1630. 


Cosons,  Christopher,  of  Cant.,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Ellen  Pusher,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Richard 
Fusher,  s.  p.,  mercer,  he  being 
present  and  consenting.  At  Harble- 
down.  Oct.  13,  1619.  [R.  Fusher 
signed  Richard  Fiirser.'\ 

Costen,  James,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Baxley,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  John  Baxley,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Aug.  22, 1637. 

Costenoble,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Sandwich,  physician,  ba.,  about  45, 
and  Egidia  Tasseels  of  St.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich,  maiden,  about  30,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  Feb.  9,  1624.  Note.  He 
signed  the  allegation  "  Henricus  de 
Costenoble."  In  the  Transcript  she 
is  described  as  "  Giles  Tasert  of  St. 
Peter's  in  Dover." 

Costinge,  George,  of  Snave,  labourer, 
ba.,  about  32,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Marian  Ellis,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.  At  Snave.  Edward  Warren, 
s.  p..  labourer,  bonds.     Oct.  8,  1638. 

Cotes,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Pointer,  s.  p.,  v., 
26  and  upwards,  d.  of  John  Pointer, 
who  consents.  At  N.  Romney  or 
S.  Mary's  in  the  Marsh.  John  Free- 
man of  Cranbrook,  clothier,  bonds. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by 
W^illiam  Hawkins  of  N.  Romney, 
clerk,  and  Thomas  Shindler,  Notary 
Public,  one  of  the  Proctors  of  this 
Court.  March  12,  1660.  See  De 
Coates. 

Cother,  Richard,  of  Cheriton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Alice  Chapman,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
Chapman,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.  Henry  Allen  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  husb.,  and  Robert 
Bullock,  s,  p.,  tailor,  bonds.  May 
24,  1644. 

Cottenden,  Thomas,  of  Newenden, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Mallow,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  39,  relict  of 
Robert  Mallow,  s.  p.,  sailor,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Feb.  22, 1620. 

Cotton,  Edward,  of  Heme,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mar- 
garet Curling  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
v.,  about  the  like  age,  without  par- 
ents living.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Oct.  1,  1630. 


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242 


Cotton,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,    ba.,    about    25,    and    Emme 
Skreene,   s.   p.,  v.,   about   29,  d.    of 
Susan  Skreene,  s.  p.,  w.,   who  con- 
sents.      At      S.     Mildred's,     Cant. 
CharlesCoIfe  of  Cant.,  grocer,  bonds. 
Jan.  6.  1635. 
Cotton,  'I'liomas,  of  Minster  in  Sliejipy, 
woodbrooker,     widr.,     and     Judith 
Tomsin,   s.  p.,   v.,   about  23,   d.   of 
VViUiam    Tomsin    of    Downham    in 
Esse.x,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John    Smith    of  Minster   in    S., 
yeom.      At    Quet-nborough.      April 
22,  1631. 
Couch  man,   Alexander,  of  Cranbrook, 
(  lothier,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Finch  of  Milstead,  v.,  about  20,  d. 
of    Richard    Finch,    s.    p.,    g.,    who 
consents.     At    S.    Andrew's,    Cant. 
June  2,  1631. 
Couch  man,    Alexander,     of     Pluckley, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  37,  and  Martha 
Hobday    of  Appledorc,    w.    of  one 
Hobday,  dec.  AtAppledore.  Thomas 
Wynne    of     Cant.,    grocer,    bonds. 
Feb.  10,  1631. 
Couch  man,  Giles,  of  Little  Chart,  ful- 
ler, widr.,  and  Sarah  Rutting,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Robert  Rutting,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At     S.     Mildred's,  'Cant.     Richard 
F'eild    of    L.    Chart,     broadweaver, 
bonds.     Oct.  21,  1645. 
Cowchman,  John,  of  Lynstead,  yeom., 
ba  ,  about  20,  at  'nis  own  govt.,  his 
l^arents  both  dead,  and  Bridget  New- 
land,  s.  p.,   maiden,   about   20,    her 
parents    both    dead,    and    she    now 
living  with  Thomas  Downe,    s.  p., 
yeom.,  her  brother-in-law,  who  con- 
sents.    At  same.     Oct.  20,  1620. 
Couchman,  John,   of   Eastchurch,  g., 
widr.,  and  Faith  Thompson  of  Min- 
ster [.^  in  Sheppy],  w.   of  Thomas 
Thompson,  late  dec.  At  S  Andrew's, 
Cant.      Adam   Askew    of    Minsler, 
yeom.,  bonds.     May  13,  1635. 
Couchman,     Robert,     of    Cranbrook, 
clothier,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Couchman,  consents, 
and  Catherine  Dawley,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Henrv  Dawley,  late  s.  p.,  dec.     At 
same."     March  23,  1641. 
Couchman,  William,  of  Loose,  midman, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Deborah  Clarke, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  lohn 
Clarke    of    Boughton     Monchelsey, 
dec.  about  6  years  since,  and  now  in 


the    govt,    of   John    Basden    of    Maid- 
stone,   who    consents.     At    Sitting- 
bourne.     Oct.  25,   1621. 
Couchman,    William,    of    Lydd,    beer- 
brewer,    widr.,  about  34,  and  Mary 
Siroughill,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Peter  Stroughill,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
consents.     At  Lydd.    Jan.  13,  1625. 
Couchman,    Widiam,    of    Tenterden, 
husb.,  i)a  ,  23,  at  his  own  govt,    and 
Amy  Hafifenden,  s.  p  ,  v.,  about   19, 
who,  her  parents  being  dead,  is  now 
at  the  disposing  of  her  uncle,  James 
ILaffenden,     who    consents.     At    S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.    Sept.  16,  1629. 
Couchman,  William,  the  elder,  of  Lydd, 
yeom.,  widr..  and  Elizabeth  Marden 
of  l\gerton,  w.     At  F.gerion.     Nov. 
23.  1630. 
Coulby,  James,  "Clerkeof  Filmanstone," 
ba.,  about  32,  and  Dorothy  Fowle  of 
Langley,  v.,  about  26,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Langley.  Oct.  12,  1636. 
Coulter,    Fldward,    of    Newington    n. 
Sittingbourue,  husb.,  widr.,  and  Mil- 
dred Scrimsby  of  Bobbing,  v.,  about 
34.     At  Bobbing.     John  Coulter  of 
Newington,  husb.,  bonds.     June  22, 
1630. 
Coulter,  John,  of  Berstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  20,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliz- 
abeth Carter,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  William  Carter,  s.  p.,  linen  weaver, 
wdio  consents.  At  Holv  Cross,  Cant. 
Nov.  19,  1623. 
Coulter,  William,  of  Boxley,  yeom..  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  his  father 
being  dead,  and  F^lizabeth   Wise,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  19,  whose  mother  con- 
sents.    At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.     Mat- 
thew Hutford  and  William  Tilden, 
of  Boxley,  yeomen,  bonds.     May  29, 
1637. 
Coulson,  Timothy,  of  Scarborough   in 
Yorkshire,    mariner,    ba.,   about  25, 
and  Mary  Howard  of  Dover,   w.  of 
William  Howard,  late  s.  p.,  dec.     At 
All  Saint's,  Cant.     David  Doves  of 
Dover,  mariner,   bonds.     March  20, 
1643. 
Coulstock,  John,  of  Halden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  and 
RLary  Tong  of  Pluckley,  v.,  about  40, 
whose  parents  are  dead.    At  Bough- 
ton   Aluph.     March  31,  1645. 
Countes,  Thomas,  of  Cranbrook,  basket- 
maker,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Loader 
of  Great  Chart,  spr.,  about  45.     At 


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244 


G.  Chart.  William  Dixon  of  Cant., 
tailor,  bonds.     June  22,  1640. 

Country.     Stf  Cuntry. 

Gourde,  John,  of  Benenden,  and  Mary 
Marten,  s.  p.  At  same.  May  19, 1620. 

Court,  Alexander,  of  Deal,  mariner,  ba., 
about  20,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Elizabeth  Godfrey,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John 
Gillingham  of  Weymouth  in  Dorset, 
mariner,  bonds.     April  6,  1646. 

Court,  Edward,  of  Deal,  cordwainer, 
ba.,  about  38,  and  Grace  Oldfeild, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Oldfeild,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Walter 
Bulley  of  Deal,  brewer,  bonds. 
Oct.  11,  1642. 

Court,  Henry,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Mary  Omcr  of  Elm- 
stead,  w.  of  Roger  Omer,  late  dec. 
At  Elmstead.  Nicholas  Rigden, 
s.  p.,  yeom  ,  and  Clement  Court  of 
Waltham,  yeom.,  bonds.  Nov.  5, 
1636. 

Coort,  John,  of  Lydd,  shoemaker,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Constance  Skynner, 
s.  p.,  w.,  relict  of  Mark  Skynner, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Appledore,  June 
4,  1629. 

Court,  Matthew,  of  Elmstone,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Agnes  Hills  of  Hothfield, 
w.  of  Thomas  Hills,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Clement 
Court  of  Waltham,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Nov.  19,  163.5. 

Court,  Matthew,  of  Brabourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Amy  Videan,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  40.  At  S.  Mildred's.  Cant. 
William  IMurry  of  Brabourne,  yeom., 
bonds.     July  9,  1644. 

Court,  Robert,  of  Reculver,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  son  of  Stephen  Court,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  and  Ellen 
Wraight  of  Barham,  w.  of  Nicholas 
Wraight,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Recul- 
ver or  Chislet.     March  12,  1641. 

Court,  Sampson,  of  Elmstead,  yeom., 
ba.,  24,  whose  mother  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Austen  of  Thanington,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Valentine  Austen,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Thanington.  Stephen  Gilbert  of 
Cant.,  maltster,  bonds.     Dec.  6, 1 642. 

Court,  Stephen,  and  Ann  Uffmgton,  of 
Waltham.     At  same.     Feb.  21,  1638. 

Court,  Thomas,  of  Waltham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22  or  23,  whose  mother  con- 


sents, and  Susan  White,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
19  or  20,  d.  of  George  White, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Waltham  or  Stelling.  Henry  Court, 
of  Waltham,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb.  4, 
1642. 

Court,  William,  of  Elmstead,  yeom,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  Pell,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Michael  Pell 
of  Northamptonshire,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Stelling.   Feb.  4,  1622. 

Court,  William,  of  Seasalter,  tailor,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Ellen  Saynt  of  Whit- 
stable,  v.,  about  30.  At  Whitstable. 
Robert  Clerk  of  Seasalter,  husb., 
bonds.     July  1,  1637. 

Court,  William  of  Faversham,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Susanna  Badcock,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.  William  Amys 
of  Faversham,  grocer,  and  John 
Kent,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds.  May  9, 
1642. 

Court,  William,  of  Waltham.  yeom., 
widr  ,  and  Ann  Lancefeild  of  Crun- 
dale,  w.  of  Thomas  Eancefeild.  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Crundale  or  Waltham. 
Henry  Chapman  of  Cant.,  grocer, 
bonds.     Feb.  14,  1645. 

Courthop,  George,  of  Whitstable,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Gates  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  19,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  in  the  govt,  of 
her  guardian,  John  Strand,  s.  p.. 
saddler,  who  consents.  At  S.  An- 
drew's.    March  1,  1630. 

Courthopp,  George,  of  Whitstable, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Mildred  Ellis,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Edward  Ellis,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Robert  Clarke 
of  Whitstable,  grocer,  bonds.  July 
26,  1642. 

Courthop,  John,  of  Swingfield,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Catherine  Gregory, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  All  Saints', Cant. 
June  20,  1625. 

Courthropp,  Robert,  of  Cranbrook, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Colvill,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  25,  relict  of 
Samuel  Colvill,  late  s.  p.,  clothier, 
dec.  At  same.  Oct.  24,  1620.  Note. 
"  Robert  Courthopp  and  Elizabeth 
Calvill "  in  Cranbrook  Transcript. 

Covell  (Covin),  Abraham,  of  Mersham, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  30  and  upwards,  and 
Mary  Wayford,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 


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246 


24,  d.  of  John  Wayford  of  Folkestone, 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Brabourne. 
Aug.  9,  1623. 

Covell,  Andrew,  of  Godmersham,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  31,  and  Margaret 
Adams  of  Birchington,  v.,  about  28, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Birch- 
iiigton.  Robert  Covell  of  Birching- 
ton, blacksmith,  bonds.  April  10, 
1636. 

Covell,  Silas,  of  Littlebournc,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  2.5,  whose  father, 
Robert  Covell  of  Birchington,  con- 
sents, and  Ann  Miles  of  Littlebourne, 
w.  of  Richard  Miles,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Littlebourne.  John  Miles  of 
Littlebourne,  tailor,  and  Henry  Care 
of  Cant.,  cordwainer,  bonds.  Feb. 
8,  1641. 

Covell,  William,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  brewer,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Margaret  Barton,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Roger 
Barton,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Tlianing- 
ton.  Mark  Peers  of  Sittingbourne, 
mariner,  bonds.     May  15,  1645. 

Coveney,  Edward,  of  Mersham,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  60,  and  Margaret  Glover 
of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.,  w.,  about  50. 
relict  of  William  Glover,  late  s.  p., 
g.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's.  Nov.  10, 
1627. 

Coveney,  Henry,  of  West  Farleigh, 
hush.,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Joan  Wan- 
stall  of  Molash,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of 
Richard  Wanstall,  s  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Feb.  21,  1630. 

Coveney,  John,  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  blacksmith,  ba  ,  24  and  up- 
wards, and  Ann  Tomlin  of  Norton, 
maiden,  about  18,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  in  charge  of 
Thomas  Allen,  s.  p.,  her  guardian 
and  grandfather,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Richard  White  of  Cant., 
barber.  At  Norton.  John  Morse 
of  Cant.,  carpenter,  bonds.  Nov. 
21,  1627. 

Coveney,  John,  of  Wye,  carpenter,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ann  Lott,  s.  p.,  v  , 
about  21,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Edward 
Coveney  of  Cant.,  g.  [or  yeom.], 
bonds.     Feb.  8,  1636. 

Coveney,  Roger,  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  husb.,  ba.,  about  33,  and 
Marian  Spaine,   s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert 


Spaine,  late  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Northgate.  Edward 
Coveney  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  March 
9,  1634. 

Coveney,  Robert,  of  New  Romney, 
woollendrapcr,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Joan  Clarke,  s  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
William  Clarke,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  William  Richardes, 
s.  p.,  tailor.  At  same.  John  Crux 
of  Cant.,  millener,  bonds.  Oct.  17, 
1615. 

Coveney,  William,  of  l\Larden,  yeom., 
widr.,aboutoO,  and  Dorothy  Aichorn, 
s.  p.,  w..  about  38,  relict  of  James 
Aichorn,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Loose, 
"  by  reason  that  shee  hath  a  kins- 
man, one  Mr.  Medly,  dwelling  there, 
where  she  intended  to  have  soiorned, 
and  as  he  thinketh,  will  bestow  their 
wedding  dinner."     Nov.  7,  1622. 

Coveriey,  George,  of  Ruckinge,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann  I3ird  of 
Wormshill,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Abraham  Bird,  s.  p.,  husb  ,  who  con- 
sents.  At  Wormshill.   RLiy  29,  1635. 

Cowdall,  Thomas,  of  Burmarsh,  husb  , 
widr.,  about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Ber- 
rick  of  Newington  n.  Hythe,  maiden, 
about  30,  d.  of  [blank]  Berrick,  late 
of  Lyminge,  dec,  her  mother  con- 
senting. At  Burmarsh.  Feb.  9,  1619. 

Cowell,  John,  of  S.  George's,  Cant, 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Eliza- 
beth Evans  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  w.  of 
]\Latthew  Evans,  late  of  Ashford, 
dec.  At  S.  George's.  Jacobus 
Rufford  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Aug. 
15,  1634. 

Cowell,  William,  of  Northbournc,  husb  , 
widr.,  about  32,  and  Alice  Spicer  of 
Barham,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Barham.  Nov.  6,  1624. 

Cowell,  William,  and  Alice  Wright,  of 
S.  John's  in  Thanct.  At  same.  Nov. 
28^  1631. 

Cowland,  Humphry,  of  Eastwell,  cook, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Lydia  Farley,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas  Far- 
ley, s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
Nicholas  Justice  of  Cant.,  plumber, 
bonds.     April  15,  1636. 

Cowland,  John,  of  Whitstable,  sailor, 
and  RLargery  Read  Read  (si'c)  of  Sca- 
salter,  w.  At  Whitstable.  Feb.  28, 
1624. 

Cowland,  Thomas,  of  Luddenham, 
yeom.,   ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Mary 


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248 


Backe,  alias  Cowland,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, and  Ann  Joanes  oi  S. 
John's  in  Thanet,  maiden,  about  16, 
d.  of  Henn-  Joanes,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  also  consents.  At  Luddenham. 
Aug.  2,  1625. 

Cowley  (Cooley),  John,  of  Shepherds- 
well,  g.,  ba.,  about  34,  and  INIary 
Chalengwood  (Callengwood),  of 
Eythorne,  v.,  about  34'.  At  S.  M. 
Magdnlene,  Cant.  Philemon  Pown- 
all  of  Eythorne,  g.,  bonds.  Jan.  10, 
1642. 

Cowley,  Richard,  of  Petham,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  28,  and  Avice 
Throwley  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  32,  d.  of  Thomas 
'J'hrowleigh,  late  of  Littlebourne, 
victualler,  dec.  about  12  months 
since.     At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.     Jan. 

4,  1620. 

Cowner,  Thomas,  of  Bridge,  husb.,  ba.. 
and  Ann  Bramson,  s.  p.,  v.  At 
same.     May  31,  1628. 

Cowper,  Peter,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
cooper,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Susan 
Hovenden,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Nicholas 
Hovenden.  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Peter's  in  Thanet.  Moses  Best  of 
Faversham,  cooper,  bonds.  May  10, 
1641.     See  Cooper. 

Cox,  Edward,  of  S.  Mar3''s  in  Dover, 
glover,  widr.,  and  Alice  Tuke,  s.  p  , 
w.  of  Abraham  Tuke  late  of  the  city 
of  London,  dec.  At  Guston.  John 
Bollard  and  Vincent  Bollard,  of 
Dover,  glaziers,  bonds.  Nov.  15,1639. 

Cox,  Henry.     See  Jefferis,  Henry.    Nov. 

5,  1638. 

Cox,  John,  of  Great  Chart,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Maytham,  s. 
p.,  V  ,  about  20,  d.  of  Richard  May- 
tham, s.  ]).,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Kingsnorth.     Sept.  15,    1631. 

Cox,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  sea- 
man, widr.,  and  Katherine  Sherman, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Sherman,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Joseph 
Edwardes  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
painter,  bonds.     Aug.  6,  1640. 

Cox,  Samuel,  of  Chatham,  joiner,  about 
23  or  24,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Ranckhorne  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
v.,  about  21  or  22,  d.  of  Zachary 
Ranckhorne,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Iune7, 
1639. 


Cox,  Thomas,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
linen  weaver,  ba.,  about  33,  and 
Elizabeth  Davis  of  Monkton,  w.  of 
[blank]  Davis,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Monkton.  Henry  Howell  and  Zac- 
cheus  Howell,  of  Cant.,  weavers, 
bonds.     May  9,  1640.    6"?^  Cocks. 

Coxen,  Henry,  of  13oxley,  maltman,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Symons,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Robert  Symons,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Edward  Poore  of  Hollingbourne, 
yeom.     At  Langtey.     Sept^  7,  1631. 

Coxen,  Henry,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant- 
maltster,  widr.,  and  Joan  Austen  of 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  w.  of  Leonard 
Austen,  late  of  Tilmanstone,  dec.  At 
Kennington.  John  Parkhurst  of 
Cant.,  beerbiewer,  bonds.  Sept.  19, 
1640. 

Coytmor,  Arthur,  of  Cant.,  clerk,  ba., 
about  36,  and  Martha  Horsmanden 
of  Ulcombe,  v.,  about  30,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  Ulcombe  or  Harrietsham. 
Fulke  Davis  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  g., 
bonds.     April  3,  1634. 

Craft,  Sampson,  of  Great  Chart,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Faith  Cocke,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like 
age,  d.  of  one  Cock  of  Weald  in 
Essex,  yeom.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Great  Chart.     Sept.  13,  1630. 

Craft,  Thomas,  of  Tenterden,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann 
Woolball,  s.  p..  maiden,  about  22,  d. 
of  Robert  Woolball,  s.  p..  Jurat,  who 
consents.     At  same.     Feb.  4,  1619. 

Craft,  William,  of  Otterden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Bennet  Parker,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Nicholas  Parker,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  March  13, 
1636.     See  Croft,  Crofts. 

Cragge,  Nicholas,  of  East  Farleigh, 
freemason,  widr ,  about  23,  and 
Joan  Maplisden  of  Boughton 
Monchelsey,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  Richard  Maplisden,  s.  p  ,  g.,  who 
consents.    At  Loose.    May  11,  1622. 

Cramp,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
maltman,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Eliza- 
beth Barrow,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
]3arrow,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Feb.  9,  1631. 

Cranbrooke,  Roger,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  maltster,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Catherine  Booker  [Brooker  in  the 
margin],  s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Booker, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.     At  S.  Clement's  in 


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Sandwicli.  Steplien  Crambrookc  (sic) 
of  Sandwich,  maltster,  bonds.  April 
27,   1641. 

Crane,  John,  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  g., 
widr.,  and  Martha  VVjame  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.,  w.  of  Peter 
Wj-nne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  [Cant.],  or  Harblcdown. 
John  Fowle  of  Cant.,  baker,  bonds. 
"Oct.  19,  1641. 

Cranshawe,  John,  of  Sittingbourne, 
miller,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Rebecca 
Rayler,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30.  At  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.  (^abriel  Harris  of 
Sittingbourne,  husb.,  bonds.  June  23, 
1636. 

Crassingham,  Peter,  of  Staplehurst, 
blacksmith,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Couchman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
parentsare  dead.  At  Lynton.  John 
Croft  of  Staplehurst,  clothier,  bonds. 
Aug.  21,  1639.  See  Crissengam, 
Crossingham. 

Craven,  Richard,  of  Hackington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Margaret  Menfeild,  s.  p., 
v.,  ai)Out  26,  d.  of  William  Menfeild, 
s.  p.,  )'eom.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
May  7,  1634. 

Cray,  Christopher,  of  Stanford,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Barnes  of 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  v.,  23  and  upwards, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  Stephen  Barnes  of 
S.  Paul's,  husb  ,  bonds.  Feb.  5, 
1628. 

Cray,  George,  of  Sittingbourne,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  father, 
Cornelius  Cray,  consents,  and  Cath- 
erine Toll,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Toll, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Bapchild.  Stephen 
Harwood  of  Sittingbourne,  saddler, 
bonds.     Oct.  21,  1640. 

Crayford,  Nathaniel,  of  Monkton,  trum- 
peter, ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Goodwin  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  John  Goodwin,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  John  Newman  of  Cant.,  tap- 
ster, bonds.     March  26,  1644. 

Crayford,  Richard,  of  Great  iNIongcham, 
g.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Frances  Harwood  of  Ashford, 
v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Richard 
Harwood  of  Ashford,  g,  bonds. 
Feb.  9,  1636. 


Creake,  Bezaleel,  of  Gravcncy,  maltman, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Chillenden, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  living  with  her 
uncle,  John  Napleton,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Thomas  Chillenden  of  Faversham, 
and  Nicholas  Creake  of  Nonington, 
yeomen,  bonds.     Oct.  18,  1628'. 

Creed,  John,  of  Faversham,  vintner,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Frances  Smith,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Alice  Smith,  a/ias 
Foord,  wife  of  [blank]  Foord  of 
Sutton  Valence,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Robert  Newton  of  Faver- 
sham, vintner.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     May  1,  1643. 

Cresy,  Peter,  of  Benenden,  broadwcaver, 
ba.,  upwards  of  30,  and  Ann  Piniings 
of  Hawkhurst,  w.,  upwards  of  30. 
relict  of  John  Pimings,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Benenden.  John  Cresy  of 
Benenden,  husb.,  bonds.  Dec.  29, 
1619. 

Cricket,  John,  of  Sandwich,  weaver,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Jacomin  Slabbin,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Margaret  Slabbin, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John  Bowdler,  s.  p.,  tailor,  who 
makes  and  signs  this  allegation.  At 
S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich.  Daniel 
Weghe  of  Sandwich,  chirurgeon, 
bonds.     Nov.  18,  1644. 

Cripps,  Francis,  of  Maidstone,  maltman, 
ba.,  19  and  upwards,  son  of  Nicholas 
Cripps,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  (as  Edward 
Poore  of  Langley,  tailor,  testifies) 
consents,  and  Alice Tilden  of  Boxlev, 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  William  Til- 
den, s.  p  ,  yeom.,  who  also  consents, 
as  the  said  Edward  Poore  testifies. 
At  Bo.xley.  Edward  Poore  of  Hol- 
lingbourne,  yeom.,  bonds.  June  25, 
1628. 

Cripps,  James,  of  Deal,  sailor,  ba.,  about 
24,  with  the  consent  of  his  father, 
William  Cripps,  and  Mary  Pratt,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  25,  who,  her  par- 
ents being  dead,  is  now  in  the  ser- 
vice of  Henry  Tompsou,  s.  p.,  who, 
for  his  part,  consents.  At  Deal. 
Oct.  6,  1627. 

Cripse,  John,  of  Maidstone,  beerbrcwer, 
ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Nicholas  Cripse, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  and  Mary  Rasell, 
s.  p.,  v.,  21  and  upwards,  d.  of 
Thomas  Rasell,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents.    At  Berstead.     May  25,  1626. 


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252 


Crips,  John,  of  Loose,  hiisb.,  ba.,  about 
24,  and  Frances  Joanes  of  Boughton 
Monchelsea,  v.,  about  23,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  under  tlie 
govt,  of  Robert  Hickes,  who  con- 
sents. At  Eastling,  were  many  of 
her  friends  live.  Thomas  Crips  of 
Loose,  yeom.,  bonds.  July  18,  1627. 

Cripps,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sittingbourne, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Agnes  Smith, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Smith,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  ^L  Northgate,  Cant. 
Oct.  .3,  1634. 

Cripps,  Nicholas,  of  Maidstone,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  55,  and  Mary  Roper  of 
Marden,  w.,  about  60,  relict  of 
[blank]  Roper,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Lynton.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  John  Cripps  of  Maidstone,  beer- 
brewer,  son  of  Nicholas  aforesaid. 
Thomas  Cuckow  of  Ashford,  yeom., 
bonds.     Aug.  15,  1634. 

Crippes,  Thomas,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Margaret  Robbins  of  Hawkhurst,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Catherine  Robbins, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  George  Gillyat  of  Maid- 
stone, g.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
March  4,  1645. 

Cripps,  William,  of  Maidstone,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Joan  Bateman  of  Wormshill,  v.. 
about  21,  d.  of  Laurence  Bateman, 
s.  p.,  who  also  consents.  At  Worms- 
hill.     Oct.  27,  1632.     &'<?  Crispe. 

Crispe,  Henry,  of  Birchington,  Esquire, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Frances  Hooper 
of  Maidstone,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of 
John  Hooper,  late  of  Stockbury,  g., 
dec.  about  5  years  since.  At  Maid- 
stone or  Boxley.     April  15,  1623. 

Crispe,  Nicholas,  of  Marden,  yeom., 
\vidr.,and  Mary  Broome  of  Maidstone, 
w.  of  Mr.  John  Broome,  late  of 
Otham,  dec.  At  Maidstone.  John 
Harris  of  Maidstone,  maltster,  bonds. 
Nov.  17,  1637. 

Crispe,  Roger,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, mariner,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Anna  Harbart  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  John 
Harbart,  s.  p..  Jurat,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  S.     Feb.  23,  1619. 

Crispe,  Thomas,  of  Loose,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Harman  of  Maidstone, 
v.,  about  40.  At  Maidstone.  Robert 
Drust  of  Marden,  clothier,  bonds. 
Jan.  3,  1638.     See  Cripps. 


Crissengam,  John,  of  Hawkhurst, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  20,  son  of  John 
Crissengam  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Farley  of  Berstead, 
wheeler,  and  Elizabeth  Carter  of 
Berstead,  w.  of  John  Carter,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Berstead.  Feb.  13, 
1635.  ^'c'd'Crassingham,  Crossingham. 

Cristee,  Andrew,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Triphena  Lenam, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Lenam,  dec.  At 
S.  James's  in  Dover.  John  Fagg  of 
Cant.,  clothworker,  bonds.  Dec.  2. 
1634. 

Croft,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary 
Sedger  of  S  Paul's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  William  Sedger, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Thanington, 
because  Mr.  Bissell,  the  curate  there, 
hath  promised  him  his  marriage 
gratis.     Jan,  21,  1624. 

Croft,  John,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant., 
tailor,  widr.,  and  Jane  Pownall,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  [blank].  Henry  Warren  of  Cant., 
linen  draper,  and  Samuel  Holmes, 
s.  p.,  tailor,  bonds.     April  13,  1640. 

Croft,  Robert,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Alice  Sampson,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  Thomas 
Sampson,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Nov.  16,  1626. 

Croft,  Thomas,  of  Rodinersham,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  60,  and  Clemence 
Weddingham  of  Lenham,  w.,  about 
40,  relict  of  Thomas  Weddingham, 
late  of  Teynham,  yeom.,  dec.  At 
Milstead.     July  20,  1624. 

Croft,  Thomas,  of  Tentcrden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ursula  Gorham  of  Faver- 
sham,  w.  of  John  Gorham,  late  dec. 
At  Sheldwich.     July  2,  1633. 

Croft,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  20,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ursula  Owell  of  Til- 
manstone,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of 
James  Owell,  s.  p  ,  yeom.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Wood,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  Tiimanstone. 
Oct.  2,   1633. 

Croft,  Thomas,  of  Tiimanstone,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Thomasine  Gillow  of 
Deal,  w.  of  John  Gillow,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Tiimanstone  or  Sutton  n. 
Dover.  Nov.  9,  1642.  See  Craft, 
Crofts. 


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254 


Croftes,  James,  of  S.  Geor<,'e's,  Cant., 
saltpc'trcman,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Elizabeth    Morgan,    s.  p.,  v.,   about 

23,  d.  of  Thomas  Morgan  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.,  barber,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.  May  31, 
1642. 

Crofts,  John,  and  Bennet  Mosse,  both 
of  StaHsfield.  Aug.  1,  1643.  [From 
the  Reg.  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.] 
See  Craft,  Croft. 

Crompe,     &d' Crampe,  Crumpe. 

Crookes,  John,  of  Mihon,  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  g.,  widr.,  and  Paulina 
Greenstreet  of  Ospringe,  v.,  21  and 
upwards,  d.  of  John  Greenstreet, 
s.  p  ,  g.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Feb.  21,  1630. 

Crookes,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  mariner,  widr.,  about  48, 
and  "Tobiiha"  Saule,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  20,  relict  of  Robert  Saule,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.    At  same.    Dec.  19,  1625. 

Crookes,  William,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  mariner,  ba.,  above  21,  and 
Mary  Pordage  of  I3oughton  Blean, 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Thomas  Pordage, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  is  present  and 
consents.  At  Bougliton  Blean. 
Allegation  made  by  the  said  Mary 
Pordage.     July  25,  1620. 

Crosse,  Jeremy,  of  Folkestone,  sailor, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Agnes  Garrett, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Garrett,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  July  9, 
1632. 

Crosse,  Ralph,  and  Margaret  Haselup, 
of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  At  same.  May  7, 
1632. 

Crossingham,  John,  of  Wittersham, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  ]\[ary  Tufton,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Dinnis  Tufton, 
a/u7s  Peene,  who  consents.  At  same. 
William  Martin,  s.  p.,  butcher,  bonds. 
July  3,  1637.  See  Crassingham, 
Crissengam. 

Croston,  Richard,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  carpenter,  and  Mary  Roberts, 
s.  p.,  V.     At  same.     March  4,    1621. 

Crouch,  Andrew,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and 
Dorothy  Noore,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
26,  d.  of  Roger  Noore  of  Cant.,  cut- 
ler, who  consents.    At  Milton.    May 

24,  1624. 

Crouch,  Daniel,  and  Ann  Carter,  of 
Wye.     At  same.     Feb.  3,  1631. 


Crouch,  Robert,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
tailor,  widr.,  about  44,  and  Mary 
Boys,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  32,  relict  of 
[blank]  Boys,  late  s.  p.,  mariner, 
dec.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  Oct.  13, 
1623. 

Crouch,  Wdliam,  of  Lyminge,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Nash  of  Barham, 
w.  of  William  Nash,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.  June  13,  1644. 

Croucher  (Croocher),  James,  of  Dod- 
dington,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Bridget  Jervis  of  Milstead,  v.,  about 
29,  d.  of  Ralph  Jervis,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Robert 
Wood  of  Doddington,  tailor.  At 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.  NicholasCroocher 
of  Doddington,  husb.,  bonds.  Nov. 
23,  1G37. 

Croocher,  John,  and  Ellen  Rhodes,  of 
Maidstone.  At  same.   Feb.  28,  1639. 

Croucher,  Robert,  of  Wychling,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Sylvester  Py  of  Dodding- 
ton, w.  of  Jeffery  Py,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  William 
Catlet  and  Geoffrey  Skeer,  of  Dod- 
dington, yeom.,  bonds.  June  12, 
1637. 

Croucher,  Roger,  of  Whitstable,  miller, 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Ann  Coppin,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  whose  mother  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Richard  Joanes  of  Sea- 
saUer,  bricklayer.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Gilman  of  Whitstable, 
seafaringman,  bonds.  June  27,  1636. 

Croucher,  Walter,  of  Milstead,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Daston, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Daston,  late  dec. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Richard 
Rayner  of  Frinstead,  carpenter, 
bonds.     Feb.  18,  1635. 

Crouch  man,  Flenry,  of  Mersham, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann 
Raynes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
mother,  Mary  Sabb,  vv.,  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  William 
Owsnam  of  Wye,  baker,  bonds. 
May  11th,  1637. 

Crouch  man,  George,  of  Ivychurch, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  father, 
George  Crouchman  the  elder,  con- 
sents, and  Catheiine  Gilbert  of 
Brookland,  v.,  ab(nit  20  or  21,  d.  of 
William  Gilbert  of  Fairfield,  yeom., 
who  also  consents.  At  Ivychurch. 
May  11,  1640. 


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256 


Crouchman,  George,  of  Ivychurch, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Keinber  of 
Appledore,  v.,  about  25  or  26,  d.  of 
]\Iartha  Kember,  alias  Hayward,  wife 
of  Thomas  Hayward,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Appledore  or 
Brookland.  Edmund  Wattes  of 
Appledore,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb  21. 
1642. 

Crowde,  Henry,  of  Wye,  cooper,  widr., 
about  70,  and  Margaret  Floud,  alias 
Floyd,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  33,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  lioughton  Aliiph.  July  31, 
1627. 

Crowd,  John,  of  River,  weaver,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Jane  Parke,  s.  p.,  spr., 
about  26,  d.  of  i\Ir.  Edward  Parke, 
clerk,  vicar  of  River,  who  consents. 
At  S.  George's,  Cant.  Edward  Parke 
of  River,  carpenter,  bonds.  Nov.  1, 
1624. 

Ci^ower,  George,  of  Hartlip,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Kerby,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Kerby,  dec.  At  S.  Aljjh- 
r'lgc,  Cant.  Richard  Allen  of  Baden 
['?  Borden],  g.,  bonds.  April21, 1642. 

Crowherst,  Albert,  of  Woodchurch, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Elizabeth 
Philpott,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
Edward  Philpott,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.     June  19,  1627. 

Crowhurst,  Edward,  of  Addington  in 
Kent,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  40,  and 
Dorothy  Whitfeild  of  Bekesbourne, 
v.,  30  and  upwards,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  or 
Patri.xbourne.  Jacobus  Whitfeild  of 
Bekesbourne,  g.,  bonds.  Dec.  12, 1660. 

Crown idge,  Richard,  of  Boughton  Mon- 
chelsea,  tanner,  ba.,  about  40,  and 
loan  Hony,  s.  p..  w.  of  Michael 
Hony,  lale  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Robert  Crownidge  of  Loose,  weaver, 
bonds.     Oct.  9,  1629. 

Croyden,  Samuel,  of  Thanington,  g., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mildred  Broome 
of  Heme,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Thanington. 
March  5,  1625. 

Croyden,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary 
Silver,  s.  p.,  w.  of  George  Silver, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Preston  or 
Goodtiestone  n.  Faversham.  Sept. 
23,  1645. 

Crumpe  (Crompe),  James,  of  Fritten- 
den,  carpi-nter,  ba.,  about  27.  and 
Margery  Cosen,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 


d.  of  Bridget  Cosen,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  William 
Crumpe,  s.  p.,  carpenter.  At  same. 
John  Swift  of  Cant.,  mason,  bonds. 
'March  4,  1638. 

Crompe,  John,  of  Hythe,  schoolmaster, 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Ann  Hutson, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  44,  relict  of  Paul 
Hutson,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Nov.  29,  1625. 

Crumpe,  John,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Marj'  Crumpe  of 
Heme,  w.  of  Samuel  Crumpe,  late 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's.  Cant.  Aug. 
8,  1635. 

Crumpe,  Walter,  of  Leeds,  innholder. 
widr..  and  "Anne  or  Agnes" 
Champin  of  INLiidstone,  spr.,  about 
45,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
Leeds.  Walter  Crump,  Jun.,  of 
Leeds,  husb.,  and  William  Crumpe 
of  Harrietsham,  barber,  bonds.  Al- 
legation made  and  signed  by  Edward 
Poore of  Leeds, yeom.    June  19,  1640. 

Cruttenden,  Edward,  of  Woodchurch. 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ellen  Wraight  of 
Bilsington,  w.  of  Christopher 
Wraight,  late  dec.  At  Bilsington. 
Oct.  5,  1630. 

Cruttenden,  Edward,  of  Woodchurch, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Levendale  of 
Hethersden,  w.  of  Thomas  Levendale, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Halden.  William 
INLiy  of  Bethersden,  linen  weaver, 
bonds.     Nov.  13,  1632. 

Cruttenden,  Edward,  of  Woodchurch, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Norley 
of  Stone  in  O.xney,  w.  of  William 
Norley,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Stone  in 
O.     March  10,  1641. 

Cruttenden,  Henry,  of  Benenden,  and 
Elizabeth  Sharpe,  s.  p.  At  same. 
Feb.  16,    1624. 

Cruttenden,  Philemon,  of  Old  Romney, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary 
Kingsnode  of  Lydd,  v.,  about  20,  d. 
of  Dorothy,  now  the  wife  of  Robert 
Smith,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  the  curate  of  O.  Romney.  At  O. 
Romnej'.  George  Winter  of  AUing- 
ton,  yeom.,  bonds.  Sept.  29,  1636. 
Noli'.  Henry  Cuffen  was  "  minister" 
at  O.  Romney  at  this  time. 

Cruttenden,  William,  of  Cranbrook, 
woollendraper,  ba.,  about  23,  son  of 
Thomas  Cruttenden  of  Burwash  in 
Sussex,  who  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
March  of  Cianbrook,  v.,  about  18, 


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258 


d.  of  Alexander  IMarch,  s.  p..  mercer, 
who  makes  and  signs  this  allegation. 
At  Cranbrook.  Lawrence  Foster  of 
Cranbrook,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb.  1, 
16:36. 

Cruttweil,  Edmond,  of  Biddenden, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Rebecca 
Peat,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose 
mother,  [blank]  Peat,  w.,  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Edward 
Jorden  of  Biddenden,  yeom.,  bonds. 
April  9,  1634. 

Crux,  John,  of  IMilton  n.  Sittingbourne, 
mercer,  widr.,  about  30,  and  Eliza- 
beth Ellwyn  of  Stalisfield,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  Henry  Ellwine,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents.  At  Leaveland.  Jan, 
16,  1625. 

Crux,  John,  of  Milton  n,  Sittingbourne, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Marian 
Godfrey,  s.  p.,  v.,  18  and  upwards, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
Dec.  17,  1627. 

Crux,  William,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne, mariner,  widr.,  about  45,  and 
Margaret  Loome  of  Dover,  w.  of 
Edward  Loome,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Loome  of 
Dover,  innholder,  bonds.  June  22, 
1636. 

Cuckowe  (Cookoe),  George,  of  Charing, 
linenweaver,  widr.,  and  Ann  Greene- 
streete  of  Islinge  [Eastling],  w.  of 
Robert  Greenstreete,  late  dec.  At 
Islinge.     Nov.  9,  1629. 

Cuckow,  Thomas,  of  Ashford,  beer- 
brewer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary 
Nowre,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  18,  d. 
of  John  Nowre,  s.  p.,  butcher,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Paul  Paris, 
s.  p.,  yeom.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     April  3,  1621, 

Cuffin,  Henry,  of  Bennington,  clerk, 
widr..  about  30,  and  Ann  Oldfield 
of  Burmarsh,  w.  of  Thomas  Oldfield, 
late  dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     July  6,  1631. 

Cullen,  Abraham,  of  Hernhill,  and  Alice 
Drincker,  s.  p.  At  Seasalter.  June  14, 
1619. 

Cu Hinge,  Henry,  of  Monkton,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Margaret  Good- 
wyn  of  Bekesbourne,  v.,  about  30, 
d.  of  Daniel  Goodwyn,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  Bekesbourne.  Nov.  16, 
1625. 

Culling,  Henry,  of  Ospringc,  yeom., 
widr.,   and    Katherine   Gibbons    of 


Bettishanger,  v.,  about  34,  d.  of  William 
Gibbons,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Sutton  n.  Dover.  June  27,  1634. 

Cullen,  James,  of  Dover,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Bennet  Kirby  of  Ash, 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  John  Kerb}-,  late 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  :  her  brother-in- 
law,  James  Poute  of  Ash,  yeom., 
"  being  living  and  now  to  pay  her 
her  portion,"  consents.  At  Ash. 
July  5,  1624. 

Cullen,  James,  of  Dover,  cordwainer, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Angelica  Tailer 
of  Hougham,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
John  Tailer,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Jan.  21,  1629. 

Culling,  James,  of  Rainham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  King  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Robert  King  and 
Jane  his  wife,  dec,  and  now  at  her 
own  govt.  At  Bredhurst.  George 
Goldocke  of  Rainham,  g.,  bonds. 
April  21,  1634. 

Cullen,  Matthew,  of  Elmstead,  and 
Elizabeth  Wisdome  of  Stelling.  At 
Stclling.      Feb.  8,  1629. 

Cu  Hinge,  Matthew,  of  Tunstall,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Ady  of 
Sittingbourne,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  Tunstall. 
Robert  Bridges  of  Cant.,  beerbrewer, 
bonds.     July  16,  1636. 

Culling,  Michael,  of  Monks  Horton, 
tailor,  widr.,  about  46,  and  Susan 
Tyler  of  Newington  n.  Hythe, 
maiden,  about  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
Nov.  17,  1626. 

Cullen,  Richard,  of  Dover,  grocer,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Ellen  Langdon  of 
Hythe,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Mary 
Langdon,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Joseph  Lopper  of 
Dover,  mariner.  At  Hythe  or 
Lympne.  John  Vincent  of  the  Pre- 
cincts of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  lay-clerk, 
bonds.     July  10,  1638. 

Cu  Hinge,  Thomas,  of  Hythe,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  46,  and  Elizabeth 
Alcocke  of  Snave,  w.  of  William 
Alcocke,  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  6 
years  since.  At  Snave.  June  18, 
1621. 

Cullen,  Thomas,  of  Harbledown,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Margaret  Fleet  of 
S.  Dun.stan's,  Cant.,  v.,  28,  whose 
mother    consents.       At     Eythorne. 

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260 


William  Foster  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
April  18,  1635. 

Cullen,  Thomas,  of  Ospringe,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Mary  Binge  of  Selling,  v., 
about  25  or  26,  d.  of  Nicholas  Binge, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Gates  of  Oare, 
yeom.  At  Selling  or  Oare.  June  4, 
1642. 

Cullen,  Thomas,  of  S.  Maiy's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Sarah 
Alderstone,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
[blank]  Alderston,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Cullen  of  Dover,  grocer.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  D.,  or  Charlton.  John 
Vincent  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  lay-clerk, 
bonds.     Jan.  26,  1642. 

Culling,  Thomas,  of  Smeeth,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Gouldsmith  of 
Stowting,  v.,  about  [blank],  d.  of 
Ralph  Gouldsmith,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Stowting.  June  12, 
1644. 

Culling,  William,  of  Fawkenhurst, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  36,  and  Elizabeth 
Dive  of  Stanford,  maiden,  about  29, 
d.  of  W^illiam  Dive,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.     July  19,  1624. 

Culling,  William,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
brewer,  ba.,  about  21,  Avhose  father 
consents,  and  Amy  Butcher  of 
Adisham,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John 
Butcher,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  James 
Glover  of  Cant.,  grocer.  At  Bekes- 
V)0urne.     June  5,  1633. 

Culling,  William,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
beerbrewer,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Swinford  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
[blatdv]  Swinford,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's. 
)an.  31,  1637. 

Cullen,  William,  of  Blackfriars,  London, 
M.A.,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Hanna 
Vcrplanken  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
w.  of  Bartholomew  Verplanken,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich  or  S.  James's  in  Dover. 
Thomas  Cullen  sen.  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich,  bonds.     Aug.  14,  1640. 

Cullins,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  19,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Ellen  Redfoote,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  28,  relict  of  John  Redfoote, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Dec.  19,  1625. 


Culmer,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Kingsford  of 
Great  Mongeham,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  John  Kingsford,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Simon  Prichard,  s.  p.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     Dec.  21,  1626. 

Culmer,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Margaret  Harris 
of  Wingham,  v..  about  24,  d.  of 
[blank]  Harris,  dec.  At  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.     Sept.  9,  1633. 

Culmer,  Thomas,  of  Langlcy,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  West  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  w.  of  James  West,  late  of 
Birchington,  dec.  At  S.  ^Margaret's, 
Cant.  Henry  Weeld  of  S.  John's  in 
T.,  yeom.,  bonds.     April  5,  1637. 

Cu  I  pepper,  Sir  Alexander,  of  Goudhurst, 
Knight,  widr.,  about  42,  and  Jane 
Burrell  of  Cranbrook,  maiden,  about 
21,  d.  of  Ninian  Burrell,  late  of 
Cuckfield  in  Sussex,  Esquire,  dec, 
and  now  under  the  govt,  of  Peter 
Courthop  of  Cranbrook,  g.,  "  and 
of  Jane  Courthop,  alias  Burrell,  wife 
of  the  said  Peter  of  the  same  her 
mother  who  both  appeared  person- 
ally and  gave  their  consents."  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.    March  29,  1624. 

Culpepper,  Sir  John,  of  Hollingbourne, 
Knight,  widr.,  and  Judith  Culpepper, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Sir  Thomas 
Culpepper,  s.  p.,  Knight,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  William 
Cragge,  clerk,  vicar  of  Holling- 
bourne, who  makes  and  signs  this 
allegation.  At  Huckinge.  John 
Culpepper,  miles,  and  Thomas  Cul- 
pepper, 7niles,  both  of  Hollingbourne, 
bonds.     Jan.  12,  1630. 

Colepepyr,  Sir  Thomas,  of  Dover 
Castle,  Knight,  ba.,  about  35,  and 
Dame  Barbara  Strangford  of  West- 
enhanger,  w.  of  the  Hon.  Viscount 
Lord  Thomas  Strangford,  late  dec. 
At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  Lsaac  Bargrave, 
D.D.,  Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  bonds.  Jan. 
24,  1636. 

Culpepper,  William,  clerk,  M.A.,  par- 
son of  Wychling,  ba.,  about  27,  and 
Margaret  Allen  of  Stouting,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  the  worshipful  Richard 
Allen,  D.D.,  and  parson  there,  who 
consents.  At  Stouting.  Robert 
Evering  of  Kingsdown,  g.,  bonds. 
April  29,  1633. 


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262 


Culver,  Thomas,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant,, 
miller,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Baker  of  River,  maiden,  about  28, 
d.  of  William  Baker,  s.  p.,  miller, 
who  consents.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     Dec.  27,  162.5. 

Culverden,  Robert,  of  Lydd,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  31,  whose  father, 
Robert  Culverden,  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Lull,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  she  is 
now  at  the  govt,  of  Thomas  Tookey, 
s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Edward  White  of  Cant., 
cordwainer.  At  Folkestone.  Dec. 
27,  1638. 

Cumber,  James,  of  the  Hospital  of  S. 
Bartholomew  n.  Sandwich,  labourer, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Willmont  Para- 
mor  of  Little  Mongeham,  maiden, 
about  24,  d.  of  Stephen  Paramor, 
late  of  Worth,  husb.,  dec.  about  10 
years  since,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  Rich- 
ard Verear  of  Little  Mongeham, 
yeom.     March  12,  1620. 

Cumber,  John,  of  Smeeth,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Isabel  Oliver,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27, 
d.  of  William  Oliver,  who  consents. 
At  same.  Thomas  Chary  of  Nettle - 
stead,  gardener,  bonds.  Oct.  4, 
1639. 

Cumberland.     &<?  Comberland. 

Cu m m i ng(Coming),  John,  of  Ruckinge, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Gillett, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Gillett,  late  of 
Newchurch,  dec.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Kincham  of  Ncw- 
enden,  husb.,  bonds.  Sept.  22,  1631. 

Cuningham,  Jeremy,  of  St.  Olave's  in 
Southwark,  Surrey,  sailor,  ba.,  about 
24,  and  Ann  Bayley  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Edward  Bayley,  late  of  Dover,  dec, 
her  mother  also  dec,  and  she  now 
at  her  own  govt.  Agnes  Munter, 
aunt  of  the  said  Ann,  appears  person- 
ally and  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  John  Williamson  of  St. 
Olave's  aforesaid,  mariner,  bonds. 
April  16,  1622. 

Cunney,  John,  of  Marden,  clothworkcr. 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Dorothy  Coates,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about  25, 
d.  of  John  Coates,  dec,  and  now  at 
herowngovt.  At  same,  Feb. 6,  1621. 


Cuntry,  Richard,  of  Deal,  vintner,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Bennet  Andrew,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
18,  whose  father  being  dead,  is  now 
under  the  govt.,  of  Judith  Home, 
otherwise  Andrew,  wife  of  Edward 
Home,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  the  oath  of  the  said 
Edward.     At  Deal.     April  26,  1624. 

Cuper,  Jasper,  of  Sandwich,  gardener, 
ba.,  about  21.  and  Magdalen  Smith, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Smith,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Holy  Cross,  Cant.  Peter 
Calles  of  Sandwich,  gardener,  and 
Philip  Mesman  of  Cant.,  silkweaver, 
bonds.  July  12, 1637.  Note.  "Cooper" 
in  the  margin,  but  the  allegation  is 
signed  Jasper  de  Cuyper.  In  Holy 
Holy  Cross  Reg.  the  name  is  entered 
as  Cuper. 

Cupis,  William,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
worsted  weaver,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Titterdcn  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  v., 
about  25.  At  Holy  Cross,  Cant. 
John  Knott  of  the  Gray  Friars,  Cant., 
silkweaver,  bonds.     Jan.  5,  1645. 

Curling,  George,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  ba.,  26  and  up- 
wards, and  Mary  Bennett,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  19,  whose  mother, 
Mary  Bennet,  alias  Coppin,  wife  of 
Roger  Coppin,  s.  p.,  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Samuel  Crumpe,  s.  p., 
husb.  At  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
for  that  he  hath  bidden  and  appointed 
his  guests  and  such  as  shall  accom- 
pany him  at  his  wedding  there  to 
meet  him  the  day  prefixed  for  the 
solemnization.     May  22,  1626. 

Curling,  George,  the  younger,  of  S. 
Lawrence  in  Thanet,  fisherman,  ba., 
about  21,  son  of  George  Curling  the 
elder,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  and 
Martha  Witherden  of  S.  Peter's,  in 
Thanet,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of 
George  Witherden,  s.  p.,  cordwainer, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     Jan.  24,  1638. 

Curling,  George,  and  Elizabeth  Coppin, 
of  S.  Lawrence,  Thanet.  Aug.  3, 
1643.  [From  the  Reg.  of  S.  Mildred'.s, 
Cant.] 

Curling,  George,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  widr.,  and  Agnes 
Read  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  w.  of 
Robert  Read,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Lawrence  in  T.     Dec.  18,  1645. 


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264 


Curling,  John, of  S. Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  2o,  and  Elizabeth 
Wood  of  Leeds,  maiden,  about  22, 
d.  of  Thomas  Wood,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Lawrence, 
Thanet.  John  Lumce  {?)  of  the 
Hospital  of  S.  Nicholas,  Harble- 
down,  clerk,  bonds.     May  28.  1622. 

Curling,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  43,  and  Catherine 
Warrener,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  44,  relict 
of  Henry  Warrener,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Monkton,  for  that  she  hath  many 
friends  abiding  there,  who  are  already 
bidden  and  invited  to  meet  them  at 
the  same  church  on  Thursday  next, 
the  day  prefixed  for  their  wedding. 
Jan.  16,  1626. 

Curlinge,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
g.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Norwood,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Nicholas  Nor- 
wood, late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  now  at  her 
own  govt.  At  same.  George  Ever- 
den  of  S.  Martin  "  ad  montem," 
Cant.,  maltster,  bonds.  Sept.  30, 
1633. 

Curling,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  ba.,  about  23,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Agnes  Fearcman, 
s.  p.,  v.,  19,  d.  of  William  Faireman, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  New,  s.  p.,  blacksmith.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Feb.  21,  1635. 

Curling,  Michael,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  son  of 
Silvester  Curling  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  who  consents,  and  Alice 
Hogben  of  S.  Peter's  in  T.,  v.,  about 
26,  d.  of  Thomasine  Hogben,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  also  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  John  Russell  of  S. 
Peter's  in  T.,    yeom.,   bonds.     July 

15,  1639. 

Curling,  Roger,  and  Elizabeth  Garret, 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich.  At  same. 
Feb.  23,  1627. 

Curling,  Sylvester,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,"  husb,,  widr.,  and  Ann 
Young,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Young, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
June  23,  1645. 

Curling,  William,  of  Minsterin  Thanet, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Tayler,  s. 
D.,  v.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are 
dead.     At  S.  George's,  Cant.     Jan. 

16,  1631. 

Curl  is,  Joseph,  of  Maidstone,  brick- 
maker,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Wells, 


s.  p.,  w.  of  James  Wells,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.     Nov.  2,  1636. 

Curies,  William,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
tanner,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Margery 
Butcher  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  w., 
about  43,  relict  of  Osmond  Butcher, 
s.  p.,  collarmaker,  dec.  about  12 
months  since.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     April  24,  1622. 

Curtis,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
seaman,  widr.,  and  Mary  Sergeant, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  William 
Sergeant,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Barley,  s.  p.,  baker. 
At  same  or  at  Charlton.  July  22, 
1642. 

Curtis,  John,  of  Hythe,  seaman,  ba.,  20 
and  upwards,  whose  father,  Robert 
Curtis,  consents,  and  Sylvester 
Adams,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Adams, 
late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Ferdinand  Bassocke  of  Hythe, 
haberdasher,  and  John  Browne  of 
Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.     May  7,   1641. 

Curtis,  John,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant., 
butcher,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Joan  Ash- 
ley, s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Ashley,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Thanington.  Thomas 
Carey  of  Cant.,  Cordwainer,  bonds. 
Jan.  11,  1642. 

Curtis,  Matthew,  of  Faversham,  malts- 
ter, widr.,  and  Ann  Humphrey  of 
Wye,  v.,  about  40,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  Wye.  Robert  Wacher  and  Thomas 
Cage,  both  of  Hackington,  husband- 
men, bonds.     March  17,  1635. 

Curtis,  Peter,  of  Deal,  mariner,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Priscilla  Hull,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Robert  Hull, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Deal.  John 
Hull,  s.  p.,  grocer,  bonds.  Dec.  15, 
1619. 

Curtis,  Robert,  of  Plythe,  fisherman, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Ann  Brett,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  33,  d.  of  Richard  Brett 
of  Sturry,  husb.,  dec.  about  12  years 
since,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     Aug.  19.  1622. 

Curtis,  Robert,  of  Tenterden,  g.,  and  Ann 
Kemp  of  Dover,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Edward  Kempe  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  g.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
James's  or  S.  Mary's  in  Dover. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  John 
Witherden  of  Tenterden,  g.,  the  said 
Mr.  Curtis  being  prevented  from 
coming  in  person  by  "  some  business 
of  importance."     Feb.  11,  1638. 


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266 


Curtis,  Robert,  of  Hythc,  fisherman, 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Harper,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Abraham  Harper,  late  of  Ivy- 
church,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Jacobus  Gibson  of  Ehnstead,  yeom., 
bonds.     Aug.  5,  1639. 

Curtis,  Robert,  of  Hythe,  fisherman, 
widr.,  and  Susan  Whineats  of  Sand- 
wich, w.  of  Richard  Whineats,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant. 
Jacobus  Gibson  of  Elmstead,  yeom., 
and  Thomas  Hudson  of  Hythe,  fish- 
erman, bonds.     June  5,  1643. 

Curtis,  William,  of  Tenterden  (son  of 
Sarah  Curtis,  s.  p.,  w.)  ba.,  about  28, 
"at  his  own  govt.,  with  the  consent 
of  his  mother,"  and  Elizabeth  Lan- 
cashere  of  Chilham,  about  18,  d.  of 
Elizabeth  Seller,  s.  p  ,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Mr.  Henry 
Seller,  clerk,  curate  of  Chilham.  At 
Chilham.  Stephen  Thomas  of  Crun- 
dale,  clerk,  bonds.    Jan.  23,  1637. 

Cushman,  Job,  of  Hawkhurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  Edward 
Cushman,  s.  p.,  consents,  and  Jane 
Sedger,  of  Cant.,  v.,  about  26,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Goudhurst  or 
Hawkhurst.  Josia  Gosse  of  Cant., 
grocer,  and  Robert  Gosse  of  Little- 
bourne,  fellmonger,  bonds.  July 
23,  1611. 

Cushman,  William,  the  elder,  of  Lydd, 
beerbrcwer,  widr.,  about  50,  and 
Margaret  Knell  of  New  Komney,  w., 
about  30,  relict  of  William  Knell,  s. 
p.,  tailor,  dec.  At  New  Romney. 
April  29,  1622. 

Cutbeard,  John,  of  Staplehurst,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Lcanham,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Leanham,  late  dec.  At 
Loose.  lohn  Howell  of  Cant.,  sayer, 
and  William  Warner,  s.  p.,  labourer, 
bonds.     Aug.  22,  1633. 

Cutbert,  Henry,  of  Brookland,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Smith  of  Bilsington, 
w.  of  Richard  Smith,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Bilsington.  Thomas  RLarshall  of 
Cant.,  pewterer,  bonds.  Sept.  23, 
1639. 

Cutbush,  Edward,  of  Newenden,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Martha  Fetter  of  Sand- 
hurst, w.  of  John  Fetter,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Harbert  Fetter  of  Cant.,  tanner, 
bonds.     July  3,  1632. 

Cutbush,  Edward,  the  younger,  of 
Newenden,   yeom.,    ba.,    about    22, 


whose  father,  Edward  Cutbush  the 
elder,  consents,  and  Mary  Fetter, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Martha 
Fetter,  alias  Cutbush,  wife  of  the 
said  Edward  Cutbush  the  elder,  who 
also  consents.  At  same.  Richard 
Bull  of  Bethersden,  yeom.,  bonds. 
June  24,  1639. 

Cutbush,  Richard,  of  Newenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  48,  and  Mary  Santoe,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  32,  whose  parents  are  dead 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard 
Bull  of  Bethersden,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Aug.  13,  1640. 

Cuyper,  de  Cuvper.     See  Cuper. 

Dabbs,  James,  of  Detling,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Dorothy  Boorman, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  Boorman,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Feter's,  Cant. 
John  Dabbs  of  Tunstall,  husb., 
bonds.     March  11,  1643. 

Dabbs,  John,  of  Headcorn,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Ann  Fulleger,  alias 
Domine,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  \\\\o,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  at  the 
govt,  of  her  brother.  Christopher 
Fullager,  alias  Domine,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  Headcorn  or 
Boughton  Malherbe.    Dec.  15,  1638. 

Dabbs,  Thomas,  of  Maidstone,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  about  43,  and  Mary 
Carter  of  Berstead,  w.,  about  42, 
relict  of  John  Carter,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.     Sept.  6,  1626. 

Dad,  Edward,  of  Wingham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Jane  Doorne,  s.  p.,  v.. 
about  22,  d.  of  John  Doorne,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Margaret  Fope,  s.  p.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Caut.  April  29,  1628. 
Note.  "  Vacat  "  entered  in  the 
margin. 

Dad,  John,  of  Newington,  and  Mary 
Tuchinall  of  Hartlip.  At  Hartlip. 
Feb.  8,   1633. 

Dad,  John,  of  Sellinge,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Thompson  of  Lyminge, 
w.  of  Thomas  Thompson,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     Aug.  4,  1634. 

Dadd,  John,  of  Kennington,  bricklayer, 
widr.,  and  Susan  Fanton,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  37,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Willesborough.  John  Cranford 
of  Thanington,  tailor,  bonds.  Feb. 
15,  1643. 

Dadd,  Reginald,  of  the  parish  of  S. 
Nicholas,    Harbledown,    and     Ann 


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Middleton  of  SS.  Cosmus  and  Damian, 
Blean.     At  latter.     Feb.  18,  1639. 

Dadson,  James,  of  Stalisfield,  linen- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Elmestone  of  Len- 
ham,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Isaac  Elme- 
.stone,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.    April  26,  1632. 

Daftie  [in  the  margin  Duftie],  William, 
of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet,  hush., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Catherine  Sayer, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Sayer,  late  s,  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  William 
Newing  and  John  Oldfield  of  S. 
Lawrence,  husbandmen,  bonds.  Dec. 
27,  1634. 

Dale,  Edward,  of  Staple,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Margaret  Awsten  of 
Ickham,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Richard 
Awsten,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Ickham.     Nov.  19,  1634. 

Dale,  John,  of  Northbourne,  husb.,  ba., 
about  21,  and  Ann  Allen,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Susan  Allen, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
Sept.  18,  1627. 

Dale,  John,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
butcher,  widr.,  and  Joan  Watson  of 
Elhani,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  John 
Watson,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Lawrence  Robinson 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  wagoner. 
At  Holy  Cross.     April  24,  1635. 

Dale,  John,  of  Northbourne,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Rickman,  s.  p., 
spr.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  March 
26,  1641. 

Dale,  Richard,  clerk,  curate  of  S.  Thomas 
"  Tiiappostle  in  Thisle"  of  Harty, 
widr..  about  27,  and  Margaret  Parker 
of  Stone,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
Nicholas  Parker,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Thomas  aforesaid.    Oct.  10,  1625. 

Dale,  Simon,  ol  INIoates  Bullwoorkc  n. 
Dover,  g.,  b.,  abont  38,  and  Dorothy 
Monins,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Stephen  Monins,  Mayor  of  Dover, 
who  consents.  At  S.  James's  in 
Dover.  Edward  Ward  of  Dover, 
clerk,  bonds.     July  14,   1629. 

Dale,  Stephen,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Washington, 
s.  p.,  v.,  d.  of  Robert  Washington, 
s.  p  ,  tailor,  who  also  consents.  At 
S.  Michael's,  Harbledown.  Henry 
Champney  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
locksmith,  bonds.    Feb.  3,  1633. 


Dale,  William,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Mary  Deuley  of  Hollingbourne,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  [blank]  Deuley,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.  Thomas  Weekes,  yeom., 
and  Thomas  Weekes,  bookseller, 
both  of  the  Precincts  aforesaid, 
bonds.     Nov.  15.  1632. 

Dale,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary  Ward 
of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  John  Ward,  s.  p.,  joiner,  who 
consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Francis  Pepper  of  Dover,  sailor, 
bonds.     April  22,  1637. 

Dal  laplea, Thomas,  of  Appledore,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Su.san  Shervall,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William 
Sharvall,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Edmund  Wattes 
of  Appledore,  yeom.,  bonds.  Nov. 
13,  1638. 

Dal  laplea, Thomas,  of  Appledore, yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Mason,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Mason,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Edmund 
Wattes  of  Appledore,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Nov.  25,  1640. 

Dal  left,  John,  of  Iden  in  Sussex,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Susan  Cheese- 
man,  w.,  about  36,  relict  of  William 
Cheeseman  of  Iden  aforesaid,  yeom., 
dec.  about  Easter  last.  At  Apple- 
dore.    Sept.  8,   1620. 

Dalley,  Edward,  of  Godmersham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan  Carter,  s.  p., 
v.,  20  and  upwards,  d.  of  William 
Carter,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Oct.   16,   1643. 

Dally,  George,  of  Faversham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Ellen  Browne, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Browne,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     March  26,  1632. 

Dalle,  John,  and  Martha  Hatch,  of  S. 
Clement's  in  Sandwich.  At  same. 
Feb.  28,  1639. 

Dalley,  ]\Iark,  of  Godmersham,  labourer, 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Elizabeth  Cuf- 
fin,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
Robert  Cuffin,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     June  6,  1620. 

Dally,  Richard,  of  Hastingleigh,  husb., 
and  Mary  Homes  of  Chilham,  v. 
At  Chilham.     Feb.  23,  1622. 

Dally,  William,  of  Maidstone,  husb.,ba., 
about  29,  and  Jertude  {sic)  Butcher, 


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s..  p.,  w.  of  John  Butcher,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     Feb.  8,  1620. 

Dal  ling,  James,  of  Maidstone,  thread- 
maker,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Susan 
Gourly,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Isaac  Gourley,  dec,  and  now  in  the 
govt,  of  Abraham  Gourley,  s.  p., 
threadmaker,  who  consents.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.  Henry  Ayerst  of 
Maidstone,  threadmaker,  bonds. 
April  9,  1632. 

Dambrell,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
and  Susan  Jely,  s.  p.  At  same.  Dec. 
27,  1623. 

Dambrell,  Richard,  of  Dover,  seaman, 
ba.,  26,  and  Susan  Hudson,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  her  father,  Guy  Hudson, 
being  absent  at  sea,  and  her  mother 
consenting.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover. 
Jacobus  Hornesey  of  Cant.,  innhol- 
der.  bonds.     May  23,  1643. 

Dam m in,  Henry,  of  Faversham,  and 
Abigail  Bacheler,  s.  p.  At  same. 
Mafch  6,  1619. 

Damon,  Thomas,  of  Davington,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Phillipps  of  Faver- 
sham, v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Mr.  John 
Phillipps,  clerk,  vicar  of  Faversham, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Abraham  Rye,  s.  p.,  mariner.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  Matthew  Dawes 
of  Faversham,  shoemaker,  bonds. 
May  17,  1632. 

Damon,  William,  of  Davington,  seaman, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Margaret  Damon  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  also  dead.  At  Daving- 
ton. John  Cadman  of  Davington, 
seaman,  bonds.     July  24,   1640. 

Dancaster,  William,  and  Ann  Browne, 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet.  At  same. 
Feb.  11,  1629. 

Dancey,  Richard,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  about  44,  and  Jane 
Winter,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25, 
whose  mother,  Rose  Winter,  s.  p  , 
w.,  consents.  At  same.  John  Winter 
of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     Oct.  31,  1625. 

Dand,  James,  of  Faversham,  g.,  ba.,  25 
and  upwards,  whose  motherconsents, 
and  Dorothy  Wroughton  of  Dover, 
v.,  about  24,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  Denton  or  Hough- 
am.     Dec.  23,  1641. 

Dane,  John,  of  Ashford,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Wrineley  of  Willcs- 
borough,   w.    of  [blank]   Wrineley, 


late  of  London,  dec.  At  Willesborough. 
April  10,  1634. 

Dane,  Robert,  of  Preston  n.  Faversham, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Thomasine 
Downe  of  Stalisfield,  v.,  about  27,  d. 
of  Edward  Downe,  s.  p.,  )-eom.,  who 
consents.  At  Preston  n.  F.  Nov. 
4,  1645. 

Dane,  Thomas,  of  Challock,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Elizabeth  Cooke,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  1 9,  d.  of  Jervase  Cooke,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Thaning- 
ton.     May  15,  1644. 

Dane,  William,  of  Throwley,  yeom  ,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Elizabeth  Hickes  of 
Stalisfield,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Robert 
Hickes,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
Stalisfield  or  Hollingbourne.  William 
Tritton  of  Throwley,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Jan.  29,  1643. 

Danford,  Giles,  of  Bethersden,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Heaste,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  25,  relict  of 
John  Heaste,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  June  29,  1620. 

Daniel  I,  John,  and  Elizabeth  Robertes, 
of  S.  lAIary's  in  Sandwich.  At  same. 
May  22,  1626. 

Daniel,  John,  and  Ann  Elwood,  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich.  At  same.  Dec. 
1,  1635. 

Daniel,  John,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Ellen 
Fawkly  of  Deal,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
John  Fawkly,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Deal.  William  Welton  of  Cant., 
victualler,  bonds.     Dec.  12,  1636. 

Daniel  I,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Ursula 
Vidian  of  Eastchurch,  w.  of  Stephen 
Vidian,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  East- 
church.  John  Morsting  of  Milton 
n.  S.,  yeom.,  bonds.    June  11,  1639. 

Daniel  I,  Richard,  of  Faversham,  seaman, 
ba.,  23  and  upwards,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Bennet  Tilden,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Henry  Tilden, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Dennis  Wharton,  s.  p.,  brazier. 
At  Luddenham.     Jan.  26,  1640. 

Daniel  I,  William,  of  Stanford,  ranger, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Catherine  Poole, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Poole,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Thomas  Cogger  of  Stanford,  yeom., 
bonds.     Jan.  19,  1629. 

Dann  (Dan),  James,  of  Harrietsham, 
wheeler,   ba.,  about  26,   and  Eliza- 


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beth  Frid,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Alexander  Frid,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Sept.  20,   1631. 

Dann,  James,  of  Halstow,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Ursula  Edwardes, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Alexander  Edwardes, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Nicholas 
Wyborne  of  Gillingham,  seafaring- 
man,  bonds.     May  14,  1634. 

Dan,  John,  brother  of  Thomas  Smith  by 
the  mother's  side,  of  Rainham, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Agnes 
Wyborowe  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  maiden,  about  18,  whose 
mother,  [blank]  Wyborow,  w.,  con- 
sents. At  Rainham.  Allegation 
made  and  signed  (his  mark)  by  the 
above  said  Thomas  Smith  of  Rain- 
ham, yeom.     July  18,  1620. 

Dann,  \Villiam,  of  Rainham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Cullen, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  James 
Cullen,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Henry  Norreys, 
s.  p.,  g.     At  same.     June  4,  1631. 

Danton,  William,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Joan  Stuppell,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  George  Stuppell, 
s.  p.,  weaver,  who  consents.  At 
S.  M.  Rlagdalene,  Cant.  Steph'us  dc 
Eastry,  husb.,  bonds.     Dec.  2,  1644. 

Darby,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sittingbourne, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Hincklin,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  25,  relict 
of  Robert  Hincklin,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.     April  6,   1629. 

Darby,  John,  of  Maidstone,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Ann  Ruffen  of  Thurn- 
ham,  w.  of  Thomas  Ruften,  late  of 
Minster  in  Shcppy,  dec.  At  Thurn- 
ham.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  Edward  Poore  of  Leeds,  husb. 
Sept.  24,   1640. 

Darby,  Thomas,  of  Borden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Reynoldcs, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  Oct. 
25,  1632. 

Darell,  Edward,  of  Little  Chart,  g.,  ba  , 
about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Dorothy  Kipping,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
fourteen,  "her  parents  being  dead 
and  shee  haueing  noe  legall  gover- 
nor." At  L.  Chart,  Egerton  or 
Charing.  Roger  Kent  of  Chartham, 
g.,  and  Anthony  Baldock  of  L. 
Chart,  yeom.,  bonds.     Oct.  2,  1641. 


Darell,  Venerable  Nicholas,  S.T.P.,  Pre- 
bendary of  Winchester  "  in  com. 
Southampton,"  and  Jane  Boys  of 
Bettishanger,  v.  At  Beltishanger. 
John  Darell  of  Cant.,  armiger,  bonds. 
i\Larch  27,  1619. 

Darell,  Robert,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
g.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Batherstof  Maidstone,  w.  of  [blank] 
Batherst,  dec.  At  Birchington  or 
S.  Nicholas  Atwade.  Leonard  Ash- 
enden  of  Cant.,  saddler,  bonds. 
July  9,  1645. 

Darman,  Thomas,  of  Wve,  cooper,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Blacke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  Blacke, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  about  9  months 
since.  At  S.  INT.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
Feb.  5,  1620. 

Darnell.     <Sf^  Varnell. 

Dart,  William,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  20  and  upwards,  and 
Ellen  Cocke  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  spr.,  about  22,  d.  of  Ellen 
Cocke,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Nov.  12,  1628. 

Darvall,  William,  of  S.  Lawrence 
Pountney,  London,  cloth-worker, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Furser  of 
Rlilton  n.  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about 
18,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Furser,  alias 
Finch,  now  wife  of  Michael  Finch, 
s.  p.,  M'ho  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Christopher  Cosens  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  tailor.  At  Milton  n.  S.  Dec. 
13,  1633. 

Davenport,  Robert,  of  S.  George's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  50,  and 
Catherine  Harris  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  maiden,  about  40,  d.  of  Jonas 
Harris,  late  of  Cranbrook,  husb., 
dec.  about  15  years,  and  now  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  July 
28.  1621. 

Davy  (Davie),  Giles,  of  Stone  in  Oxney, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Tufton  of  Wittersham,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  Nicholas  Tufton,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  Wittersham.  June  16, 
1632.  Note.  "  Gyles  "  in  the  margin, 
and  "  Giles  et  Tufton  "  in  the  MS. 
Index.     He    signed  "Gyles  Davy." 

Davy,  Giles,  of  Wittersham,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Crouchman,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Henry  Crouchman,  late  of  Iden  in 
Sussex,  dec.  At  Stone  in  Oxney. 
John  Knell  of  Wittersham,  yeom. 
bonds.     Feb.  10,  1640. 


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Davy,  John,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba.,  about 
38,  and  Catherine  Wingate,  s.  p.,  \v., 
about  19,  relict  of  Ambrose  Wingate, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hinxhill  or  Lang- 
ley.     Dec.  3,  1621. 

Davys,  Edward,  of  Alaidstonc,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Susan  Beaching,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  50,  relict  of  William  13each- 
ing,  late  of  Lenham,  dec.  At  Maid- 
stone. William  Beaching  of  Maid- 
stone, husb.,  bonds.     Jan.  29,  1619. 

Davyes,  Edward,  of  Lyminge,  and  Ann 
or  Agnes  Chaplin,  s.  p.  At  same. 
Dec.  27,  1623. 

Davis,  Fulke,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  g., 
ba  ,  23  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Sarah  Wise  of  S.  iMartin's,  Cant., 
v.,  about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Anthony 
Coytmor  of  Cant.,  clerk,  bonds. 
Jan.  14,  1633. 

Davies,  Henry,  of  Barham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Jane  Dan,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  the  like  age,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  John 
Young  of  Cant.,  baker,  and  Thomas 
Hall,  s.p.,brewer,  bonds.  Julys,  1646. 

Davies,  James,  of  Maidstone,  carrier, 
widr.,  and  Susan  Upton,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Robert  Upton,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Berstead.  John  de  Care  of  Cant., 
silkweaver,  bonds.     Dec.  3,  1633. 

Davies,  John,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Elizabeth 
Dadd  of  Sellinge,  v.,  about  22,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Sellinge.  Jan. 
14, 1639. 

Davies,  John,  of  Chatham,  and  Margaret 
Hunt  of  Maidstone.  At  Maidstone. 
Nov.  29,  1642. 

Davis,  Matthew,  of  Faversham,  carpen- 
ter, ba.,  about  46,  and  Rebecca 
Toolie,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Toolie, 
late  dec.  At  .same.  Thomas  Virgo, 
s.  p.,  hempdresser,  bonds.  July  3, 
1633. 

Davyes,  Peter,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  31,  and  Ann 
Lamming,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19, 
d.  of  John  Lamming,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  8.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Nov.  9,  1620. 

Davis,  Peter,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
trumpeter,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Susan 
Livermour,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Liver- 
mur,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.  John  Shepard  of  Dover, 
trumpeter,  and  Robert  Hamidge  of 


S.  George's,  Cant.,  drawer  (.''),  bonds. 
Dec.  31,  1635. 

Davies,  Richard,  of  Deal,  silkweaver, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Martha  Field,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  William  Mummery  of  Deal, 
baker,  bonds.     Nov.  18,  1636. 

Davis,  Richard,  of  Pluckley,  tailor,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Willmott  of  Boughton 
Aluph,  v.,  about  19,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Eastwell.  John  Lilly 
of  B.  Aluph,  tailor,  bonds.  July  20, 
1644. 

Davies,  Robert,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
blacksmith,  widr.,  about  32,  and 
Margaret  Hutchins  of  S.  1\L  North- 
gate,  Cant.,  w.,  about  32,  relict  of 
William  Hutchins,  dec.  about  12 
months  since.  At  Cosmos  and 
Damian,  Blean.  Richard  Teddcrton 
of  Cant.,  cowper,  bonds.  Sept.  15, 
1621. 

Davies,  Robert,  of  Harrietsham,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Mary  Britcher  of  Ulcombe,  v., 
of  the  like  age,  d.  of  William  Brit- 
cher, s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Ul- 
combe.    Nov.  24,  1630. 

Dawe,  Richard,  of  Ea.stchurch,  husb., 
widr.,  42,  and  Ann  Fisher  of  Dover, 
w.,  32,  relict  of  [blank]  Fisher,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Aug.  9,  1620. 

Dawes,  Matthew,  of  Faversham,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  and  Priscilla  Thatcher 
of  Wye,  v.,  about  35.  At  Wye.  John 
Morgan  of  Cant.,  cordwainer,  bonds. 
June  6,  1637. 

Dawkes,  Richard,  of  Dover,  merchant, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann  March  of 
Hythe,  v.,  about  the  age  aforesaid, 
and  at  her  own  govt.  In  the  parish 
church  or  chapel  of  Hvthe.  Nov.  6, 
1634. 

Dawkes,  Richard,  of  Dover,  merchant, 
widr.,  and  Dorothy  Stokes  of  Ewell, 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Stokes,  g.. 
dec,  and  now  at  the  govt.,  of  Mrs. 
Mary  Stokes,  her  sister,  and  John 
Stokes,  who  consent.  At  Barham. 
Edward  Dunkin  of  Ewell,  yeom., 
bonds.     March  13,  1638. 

Dawkes,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  shipwright, 
ba.,  about  26,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Catherine  Foord,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  S.  James's  in  Dover.  Feb.  3,  1636. 


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276 


Dawkes,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
shipwright,  ba.,  23  and  upwards, 
whose  father  consents,  and  Catherine 
Ward  of  Dover,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Catherine  Ward,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  James's  "  aforesaid." 
Richard  and  Thomas  Dawkes,  both 
of  Dover,  brothers  of  William, 
bonds.     Feb.  3,  1636. 

Dawling,  Richard,  of  Ringwould,  clerk, 
rector  there,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Tilden  of  Rethersden,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Elizabeth  Tilden,  w.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Ringwould,  Bethersden 
or  Eastwell.  Thomas  Barret  of 
Cant.,  clockmaker,  bonds.  Nov.  24, 
1660. 

Dawlinge,  Robert,  of  Sittingbournc, 
hackneyman,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Darling,  s.  p.,  hack- 
neyman, consents,  and  RIargaret 
Page,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John 
Page,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  the  said  Thomas  Darling. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Oct.  22,  1632. 

Dawlinge,  Thomas,  of  Sittingbourne, 
hackneyman,  widr.,  about  51,  and 
Dorothy  Hall,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Aug.  21,  1626. 

Dawson,  Simon,  of  Woodchurch,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Simmes,  s.  p., 
w.  of  William  Simes,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Appledore.  Wilham  Dawson  of 
Cant.,  joiner,  bonds.     Dec.  2,  1629. 

Day,  Bryant,  of  Dover,  shipwright,  ba., 
about  27  or  28,  and  Sarah  Hope, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  26  or  27,  d.  of  John 
Plope,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  his  son,  Edmund  Hope, 
s.  p.,  shipwright.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.  William  Castle  of  Dover, 
shipwright,  bonds.     Dec.  24,  1641. 

Day,  George,  of  Leeds,  carpenter,  ba., 
about  31,  whose  father,  George  Day, 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Elscome  of 
Ulcombe,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Dorothy 
Elscome,  alias  Bigg,  wife  of  Walter 
Bigg,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents.  At 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Walter  Baydon 
of  Leeds,  butcher,  and  Joseph  Day 
of  Chart  n.  Sutton  Valence,  grazier, 
bonds.     Aug.  25,  1642. 

Day,  John,  of  Hcadcorn,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Williams,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  ot  Nicholas  Williams,  s.  p., 
who    consents,    as    is    testified    by 


Barnaby  Butcher,  s.  p.,  kerseymaker.  At 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.     Aug.  10,  1629. 

Day,  John,  of  Harden,  husb.,  widr.,  and 
Elizabeth  Hore,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  40. 
At  same.  John  Wood,  vicar  of 
Marden,  bonds.     April  15,  1630. 

Day,  John,  of  Tenterden,  miller,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ellis 
Duncke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Dunckc, 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  24,  1630. 

Day,  Peter,  of  Itum  [Ightham],  husb., 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Wendriffe 
of  Maidstone,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
mother,  Margery  Wendriffe,  w.,  con- 
sents.   At  Maidstone.  Aug.  12,  1625. 

Daye,  Thomas,  of  Chart  n.  Sutton 
Valence,  and  Ann  Crompe  of  Maid- 
stone. At  Chart  n.  S.V.  May  30, 1619. 

Day,  Thomas,  of  Halden,  yeom,,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Ridgeden  Tayler  of 
Chillenden,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Edward  Tayler  of  Adisham,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Samuel 
Smith  of  Staple  Lin,  London,  g. 
At  Chillenden.  Aug.  30,  1630. 
Note.  Richardine  Tayler  in  Chillen- 
den Transcript. 

Day,  Thomas,  of  Biddenden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Dorothy  Henneker,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  or  John  Heneker,  s. 
p.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Roger 
Kipping  of  Tenterden,  husb.,  bonds. 
April  28,  1634. 

Daye,  William,  of  Boughton  Monchel- 
sea,  freemason,  ba.,  about  26,  and 
Joan  Paulye  of  Staplehurst,  maiden, 
about  20,  d.  of  Jeffery  Pawlie  of 
Shipbourne,  yeom.,  dec. about  8  years 
since,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  Susan 
Hammon,  alias  Paulye,  her  mother, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     June  5,  1621. 

Day,  William,  of  Boughton  Blean,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Joan  Day,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  Day, 
late  of  Burham  in  Kent,  dec.  At 
Goodnestone  n.  Faversham.  John 
Whatman  of  B.  Blean,  blacksmith, 
bonds.     March  25,  1644. 

Daynes,  Robert,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Martha  Baxtor,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Robert  Lovet 
and  Israel  Stanton,  of  Dover,  seamen, 
bonds.     April  26,  1641. 


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278 


Dayton,  Ralph,  of  Ashford,  cordwainer, 
ba.,  about  22  or  23,  at  liis  own  govt., 
and  Susan  Burr  of  Walmer,  v.,  21 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Robert  Goldhatch  of  Ashford,  husb., 
bonds.     Nov.  27,  1639. 

Deacon,  John,  of  Stepney  in  Middlesex, 
mariner,  ba ,  about  38,  and  Mary 
Markes  of  the  parish  of  S.  Clement's 
in  Kent,  v.,  about  28,  who,  her 
father  being  dead,  is  now  under  the 
govt,  of  [blank]  Markes,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Jacobus  Heriott  of  Dover,  g.,  and 
John  Burley  of  Yarmouth,  g.,  bonds. 
July  12,  1627.  Note.  In  All  Saints' 
Transcript,  "  Mary  Markes  of  Sand- 
wich." 

Deakins,  George,  of  Birchington,  g., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Margaret  Idden- 
den,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Feb.  15,  1643. 

Deale,  John,  the  younger,  of  Wye, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Frances 
Ladd,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28,  d.  of 
Thomas  Ladd  of  Elmstead,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Crundale.  John 
Deale  senior  of  Wye,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Nov.  6,  1621. 

Deale,  Robert,  of  Dover,  sailor,  widr., 
and  Abigail  Packer  of  Hythe,  w.  of 
Robert  Packer,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.     Dec.  30,  1628. 

Deane,  Thomas,  of  Hernhill,  husb.,  and 
Joan  White,  s.  p.,  v.  At  same.  Dec. 
2,  1622. 

Deane,  Thomas,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Hinman,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Luce  Hinmam, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
Peter  Waite  of  Hackington,  tanner, 
bonds.     June  2,   1641. 

De  Coates  (de  Cotes),  John,  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  merchant,  ba.,  40 
and  upwards,  and  Margaret  White, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are 
dead.     At   same.     March  28,   1633. 

De  Costenoble.  AtCostenoble,  Henry, 
Feb.  9,  1624. 

De  Cuyper,  Jasper.  &'^  Cuper,  Jasper, 
July  12,  1637. 

Deedes,  Alexander,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  maltster,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Elizabeth  Chalke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
Chalke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
William  Hales  of  Dover  Castle, 
g.,  bonds.     March  21,  1630. 


Deedes,  Alexander,  of  Dover,  g.,  widr., 
and  Hester  Marsh  of  River,  w.  of 
David  Marsh,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
River.     May  21,  1639. 

Deedes,  George,  of  Egerton,  kersey- 
maker,  ba.,  24  and  upwards,  whose 
father,  John  Deedes,  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Gooden  of  Smarden,  w. 
of  James  Goodin,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Sept.  17,  1640. 

Deedes,  John,  of  Bethersden,  kersey- 
maker,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Susan 
Davy,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of 
John  Davy,  late  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
dec.  At  Bethersden.  John  Deedes 
of  Egerton,  kerseymaker,  bonds. 
Dec.  14,  1619. 

Deedes,  John,  of  Bethersden,  tailor,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Martha  Divers,  s.  p., 
w.  of  William  Divers,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  George  Rut- 
ting of  Bethersden,  butcher,  and 
John  Wolton  of  Cant.,  husb.,  bonds. 
Jan.  18,  1641. 

Deedes,  Robert,  of  S.  RLary's  in  Dover,  g., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Simons 
of  Elham,  v.,  about  the  like  age,  d. 
of  Richard  Simons  of  Lyminge. 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mi- 
chael's, Harbledown."  Robert  Simons 
de  Gray  Friery,"  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
July  21,  1638. 

Deedes,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
maltster,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own 
govt.,  his  father  being  dead,  and 
Bennet  Flufifham,  about  18,  d.  of 
Thomas  Huftam,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents by  letter.  At  same.  Oct.  16, 
1631. 

Deedes,  William,  of  Hythe,  mercer,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Bennet  Smith,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  Robert  Smith,  s.  p., 
mercer,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Versepatiant  Harris  of  Cant., 
mercer.  At  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
'■  because  her  father  liveth  there  who 
will  bestowe  some  curtesies  on  them." 
Nov.  7,  1631. 

Deedes,  William,  of  Hythe,  woollen- 
draper,  widr.,  and  Eleanor  Rucke  of 
Newington  n.  Hythe,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Edward  Rucke,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Robert  Deedes 
of  London,  tailor.  At  Hythe  or 
Saltwood.  William  Harrison  of 
Reculver,  g.,  bonds.     Jan.  2,  1644. 

Deer,  Edward,  of  Whitstable,  husb.,  ba., 
about  20,  and  Joan  Young,  s.  p.,  w. 


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280 


of  John  Younge,  late  of  Seasalter,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  May  11,  1629. 

De  Graue,  Peter,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, say- weaver,  ba.,  about  21,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Abigail  Criquet, 
s.  p.,  v..  of  the  like  age,  d.  of  Abra- 
ham Criquet,  s.  p.,  say-weaver,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Mary 
Stampe  of  Sandwich,  v.,  upon  her 
oath.  At  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant. 
Christopher  Van  Dam  of  Cant,,  silk- 
weaver,  bonds.     April  1,  1644. 

De  Lannoy,  Peter,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
silkweaver,  widr.,  about  46,  and  Sure- 
trust  Williams  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
w.,  about  35,  relict  of  Warham 
Williams,  late  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  dec.  At  S.  Dunstan's.  Dec. 
6,  1623. 

De  Le  Master,  See  Delmaster.  Oct. 
22,  1638. 

De  Le  Paine,  John,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
silkweaver,  ba.,  about  23,  whose 
father,  Peter  de  le  Paine,  consents, 
and  Hester  Merriam  of  S.  ]\I.  North- 
gate,  Cant.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.  John  Meriam,  a/ias 
Merilon,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  mill- 
wright, bonds.     Jan.  16,  1640. 

De  Le  Pluke,  Francis,  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  silkweaver,  ba.,  about  20, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Peter  du  Boys,  s.  p.,  silk- 
weaver, and  Ellen  Barnes  of  the  city 
of  London,  spr.,  about  28,  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.  Jan. 
13,  1640. 

Del  Force,  John,  of  Westgate  [Holy 
Cross,  Cant.],  tailor,  widr.,  and 
[blank],  s.  p.,  spr.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.  Aug.  8,  1644.  A^o/e.  This 
is  crossed  out,  and  vacat  entered  in 
the  margin. 

Dell,  Edward,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Adrian  Whenlocke,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  21,  d.  of  Francis 
Whenlocke,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Samuel  Dell 
of  Dover,  baker.  At  S.  Mary's  afore- 
said.    March  29,  162.5. 

Dell,  Samuel,  of  Dover,  baker,  ba.,  about 
21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary  Pel- 
ham,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  "her 
friends  being  dead,  she  is  now  at 
her  own  govt."  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
April  8,  1624. 


Dell,  Samuel,  of  Dover,  baker,  widr.,  and 
Mary  Johnson,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d. 
of  Thomas  Johnson,  s.  p.,  mariner, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
George  Knott  of  Cant.,  baker.  At 
S.  Marv's  in  Dover.    April  26,  1630. 

Del  man,  Thomas,  of  Davington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Joan  Clarke  of 
Ospringe,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Cicely 
Clarke  of  Charing,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  William  Tayler 
of  Faversham,  husb.,  bonds.  May 
1,  1637. 

Delmaster  [Delmattre  in  the  margin], 
Claude,  (sic)  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  husb.,  ba.,  about  27,  with  the 
consent  of  William  de  Le  Master, 
and  Lewes  Cannale,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the 
like  age,  d.  of  Margaret  Cannale, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Solley  of  Cant., 
tailor,  bonds.     Oct.  22,  1638. 

Delmattre.  6'fd)elmaster.  Oct. 22, 1638. 

De  Marce  [signed  De  Mars],  Peter,  of 
Ail  Saints,  Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
22,  at  his  own  govt.,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Mar}-  Le  Pontre  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  spr.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Catherine  Desramau.x,  beyond  the 
.seas,  but  now  at  the  govt,  of  her 
kinsman,  Peter  du  Bois  of  Cant., 
silkweaver,  who  consents.  At  Sturry, 
John  Le  Leu  of  Cant.,  silkweaver, 
bonds.     March  5,  1639. 

De  Master,  Solomon,  of  Deal,  chand- 
ler, widr.,  and  Mary  Bridger,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Richard  Bridger, 
s.  p.,  brewer,  who  consents.  At 
Ripple.  Jacob  de  Boys  of  Cant., 
bonds.     Feb.  13,  1660. 

De  Monshew.     See  Du  Monchaux. 

Dence,  John,  of  Hinxhill,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Joan  Terrall,  s.  p., 
v..  about  22,  d.  of  John  Terrall,  s.  p., 
husb.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  his  son,  John  Terrall,  s.  p.,  husb. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Cornelias 
Houslock  of  Cant.,  tapster,  bonds. 
April  6,  1637. 

Dence,  John,  of  Dover,  maltster,  widr., 
and  Ann  Lion,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert 
Lyon,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  James's 
in  Dover  or  Hougham.  William 
Chandler  of  Dover,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     May  24,  1642. 

De  New,  Philip,  of  S.  Mildred's  Cant., 
woolcomber,    widr.,    and   Catherine 


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Feild  of  S.  Paul's.  Cant.,  v.,  21,  her 
parents  being  inhabiting  beyond 
seas,  and  she  at  her  own  govt.  At 
Thanington.  Samuel  De  New  of 
S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  silkweaver,  and 
John  Lushare  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
woolcomber,  bonds.     Oct.  28,  1641. 

Den  ham,  Jonas,  of  Whitstable,  hush., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Elvin,  s.  p., 
w.  of  John  Elvin,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     May  9,  1637. 

Den  ley,  George,  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  44  and 
upwards,  and  Margaret  Rainer  of 
RIaidstone,  w.  of  one  Rainer,  dec. 
At  Maidstone  or  Boxlev.  Oct.  14, 
1630. 

Den  man,  Richard,  of  Marden,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Fullagare  of 
Headcorn,  w.,  about  30,  relict  of 
John  Fullagare,  late  s.  p.,  clothier, 
dec.  At  Frittenden.  John  Nether- 
sole  of  Marden,  g.,  bonds.  July  11, 
1626. 

Denne,  Basil,  of  Dover,  grocer,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Denn,  consents,  and  Anna  Ent  of 
Cant.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Judith  Ent, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
John's  [Hospital]  Church,  Cant. 
Edward  Pyarde  of  Cnnt ,  g.,  and 
David  Shoulder,  s.  p.,  silkweaver, 
bonds.     Oct.  25,  1644. 

Denn,  Daniel,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
grocer,  widr.,  and  Aim  Coomes  of 
S.  Clements  in  Sandwich,  v.,  about 
19,  d.  of  Bartholomew  Coomes,  s.  p  , 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Denn  of  S.  Peter's  in  S., 
grocer.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Jan.  26,  1645. 

Denne,  Edward,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
vintner,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Margaret  Davie 
of  Wittersham,  v.,  about  19,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  Wittersham. 
George  Bingham  of  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.,  maltster,  bonds.  Oct.  12,  1635. 

Denne,  Edward,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
vintner,  widr.,  and  Mary  Bingham  of 
S.  ]\Iartin's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  20, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Peter  Wynne  of  Cant.  At  S. 
Martin's.     July  26,  1637. 

Denne,  Henry,  of  Littlebourne,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Judith  Reynols  of 
Preston,    maiden,    26,    d.    of   John 


Reynols,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Preston  [n.  W^inghaml.  Sept.  29, 
1627. 

Denn,  Henry,  of  Littlebourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  39,  and  P^lizabeth  Yonge 
of  Cosmus  and  Damian  in  le  iJlean, 
w.  of  John  Yonge,  late  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Feb.  3,  1628. 

Denn,  John,  of  Adisham,  armiger,  and 
Dorothy  Nethersole  of  S.  MUdred's, 
Cant.,  w.  At  Adi.sham  or  8. 
IMildred's.  John  Nethersole  of 
Marden,  g.,  bonds.    March  26,  1621. 

Denn,  John,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
merchant,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann 
Wentworth  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  William  Went- 
worth, s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
James's.     Sept.  7,  1627. 

Denn,  Michael,  of  Ickham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Mary  Hore  of  Fair- 
field, w.,  about  24,  relict  of  Thomas 
Hore,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Ickham. 
July  10,  1620. 

Den,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  sailor,  ba.,  about 
27,  and  Marlyn  Allen,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  40,  relict  of  Richard  Allen, 
late  s.  p.,  sailor,  dec.  about  half  a 
year  since.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Dec.  22,  1620. 

Denne,  Thomas,  of  Chilham,  g.,  ba., 
about  49,  and  Susanna  Honywood 
of  Lenham,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Arthur 
Honywood  of  Maidstone,  who  con- 
sents. At  Lenham.  Christopher 
Nethersole  of  the  city  of  London, 
merchant,  bonds.     Sept.  3,  1625. 

Denne,  Thomas,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  grosser,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Jane  Hadman  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
w.  of  William  Hadman,  late  of  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.,  tailor,  dec.  At  S. 
Peter's.     Oct.  21,  1633. 

Denn,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, grocer,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Mary  Finch  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  v.,  about  19,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  she  without 
guardians,  and  being  of  age  by  her 
father's  will  to  receive  her  portion. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Richard  Baker 
of  Sandwich,  brazier,  and  John 
Willes  of  Cant.,  clothier,  bonds. 
April  9,  1645. 

Den,  Valentine,  of  Bekesbourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  32,  and  Elizabeth  Bunce 
of  Norton,  w.,  about  the  same  years, 


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284 


relict  of  James  Bnnce,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Norton.     Aug.  8,  1626. 

Denne,  Vincent,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father,  Vincent 
Denne,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Gillow  of  Walmer,   v.,   about  19  or 

20,  d.  of  William  Gillow,  s.  p.,yeom., 
who  also  consents.  At  Ringwould. 
Nov.  29,  1642. 

Den,  William,  of  Bridge,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  38,  and  Bennet  Clarke  of  the 
Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  21,  d.  of  Humphrey  Clarke  of 
Cant.,  g.,  and  now  under  the  govt, 
of  Robert  Bargrave  of  the  Precincts 
aforesaid,  g.,  who  consents.  At  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant'.  John  Denne  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Feb. 
25,  1625. 

Den,  William,  of  Brookland,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Catherine  Haslenden, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Haslenden  of 
Ivychurch,  dec.  At  Brookland.  Feb. 
19,  1632. 

Dennard,  John,  of  Bethersden,  thatcher, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Allen  of 
Lydd,  w.  of  John  Allen,  late  dec. 
At  Lydd.     Feb.  1,  1629. 

Dennis  (Denis),  Edward,  of  Staplehurst, 
wheelwright,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Alice  Osborne, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Osborne,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Frittenden.  William  Denis  of 
Maidstone,  husb.,  bonds.  Jan.  25, 
1629. 

Dennis,  George,  of  Maidstone,  lock- 
smith, ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Greenell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
John  Greenell,  dec,  and  now  under 
the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Elizabeth 
Greenell,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
.same.     Feb.  20,   1632. 

Dennis,  Richard,  of  Marden,  victualler, 
widr  ,  and  Elizabeth  Butler,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  40.  At  same.  John  Wood, 
s.  p.,  clerk,  bonds.     Nov.   19,   1635. 

Dennis,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Sed- 
wicke,  s.  p.,  w.,  30  and  upwards, 
relict  of  Robert  Sedwicke,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.     April 

21,  1627. 

Dennis,  Thomas,  of  Brabourne,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Oliver 
of  Smeeth,  v.,  about  35,  d.  of  Rich- 
ard Oliver  of  Wye,  who  consents. 
At  Smeeth.     March  26,  1636. 


Densell,  Walter,  of  Sittingbourne, 
brewer,  widr.,  and  Susan  Black,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Robert  Black,  late  of  Faver- 
sham,  dec.  At  Sittingbourne,  Bob- 
bing or  Bapchild.  Jacobus  Ely  of 
Sittingbourne,  hackney  man, and  John 
Porter  of  Cant.,  brewer,  bonds.  Aug. 
13,  1641. 

Dent,  Robert,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Alice 
Friend,  s.  p.,  v.,  30  and  upwards, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
Feb.  10,  1637. 

Dent,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Ann  Reeue,  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  w.  of  John  Reeue, 
late  dec.  At  S.  IMary's.  May  18, 
1629. 

Dent,  William,  of  Dover,  beerbrewer, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Osborne, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas 
Osborne,  s.  p.,  tanner,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.Magdalene,  Cant.  April  21, 
1G42. 

Denwood,  Edward,  of  Great  Hardres, 
}'eom.,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of  William 
Denwood,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
and  Catherine  Selby  of  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas 
Selby  of  Stelling,  carpenter,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Martin's. 
Oct.  21,  1624. 

Denwood,  William,  of  Bekesbourne,  g., 
widr.,  and  Martha  Sole,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30.  At  same.  Thomas  Tayler, 
s.  p.,  tailor,  bonds.     May  7,  1645. 

Dering  (Deering),  Anthony,  of  Egerton, 
g.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  .Susan  Meary- 
wether  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  23,  d.  of  Edward  Mearywether, 
late  of  Eythorne,  g.,  dec,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  Preston  n. 
Faversham,  by  reason  that  Edward 
Mearywether,  brother  of  the  said 
Susan,  intended  to  lodge  at  Mr.  Ric- 
hard Lannings  (.'')  at  Preston,  which 
Edward,  her  brother,  intendeth  to 
bestow  a  wedding  dinner  upon  them. 
Edward  Deering  of  Egerton,  armiger, 
bonds.  Sept.  19,  1623.  Nole.  The 
mother  and  brother  of  the  said 
Susan  are  mentioned  as  "  being  her 
father's  Executor." 

Deering,  Brent,  of  Charing,  g.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Ann  Ely,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Mr.  Robert  Ely, 
clerke,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Dec.  20,  1626. 


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286 


Dering,  Francis,  clerk,  parson  of  Ring- 
would,  ba.,  about  37,  and  Mary  Boys 
of  Elmstead,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Hastingleigh 
or  Wiliesborough.  John  Honni- 
wood  of  Ehnstead,  miles,  bonds. 
May  29,  1630. 

Deering,  Henry,  clerk,  vicar  of  New- 
ington  n.  Sittingbourne,  ba.,  about 
30,  and  Mary  Sanders  of  East  Sut- 
ton, v.,  about  22,  d.  of  [blank] 
Sanders,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  Edward  Deeringe 
of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant., 
g.,  bonds.     Sept.  5,  1633. 

Dering,  John,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  g.,  widr.,  and  Sarah 
Tucker,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  now  in 
the  govt,  of  Sir  Robert  Barrel!  of 
Calehill  [in  Kent],  Knight,  who 
consents.  At  Little  Chart.  Patrick 
Comyn  of  L.  Chart,  yeom.,  bonds. 
March  9,  1633.  Note.  See  Hardinge, 
7'homas,  same  date. 

Deering,  Robert,  of  Egerton,  g.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Judith  Philpott  of 
Bekesbourne,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of 
Henry  Phillpott,  late  of  Folkestone, 
g.,  dec.  At  Bekesbourne.  April  20, 
1622. 

Derricke,  John,  of  Ulcombe,  husb.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Ady,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Christo- 
pher Ady,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  8.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Adrian 
Swinerton  of  Ulcombe,  kerseymaker, 
bonds.     Feb.  7,   1631. 

Dericke,  John,  of  Headcorn,  husb  , 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Hilles,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Hilles,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Fowle 
of  Headcorn,  yeom.,  bonds.  July 
22.  1636. 

Derricke,  William,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of  John 
Derricke  of  Birchington,  husb.,  who 
consents,  and  Mary  Reynolds  of 
Minster  aforesaid,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of 
Nicholas  and  Alice  Reynolds,  late 
dec,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.  John  Lash- 
ford  and  Thomas  Lashford,  of  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.,  pinmakers,  bonds. 
April  7,  1624. 

Derrick,  William,  of  Monkton,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Cooper,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  36,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.Mildred's, Cant.  Sept.  24,  1639. 


De  Sanger  (De  Sangher),  Jacob,  of  S. 
James's  in  Dover,  tailor,  ba.,  about 
26,  and  Jane  Balliard,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Balliard,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.     Oct.  4,  1642. 

Descamptes,  Louks,  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  weaver,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Judith  Bieseu  of  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Peter  Beiseu  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
reedmaker,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Jacques  Goricqe  of  H.  Cross, 
Cant.,  weaver.  At  Thanington. 
Francis  Mas  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  weaver,  bonds.  Dec.  14,  1639. 

De  Spaine,  Peter,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
silkweaver,  ba.,  about  30,  whose 
father,  Andrew  De  Spaine,  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Du  Pou  of  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Joseph  Du  Pou,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Peter  Corn- 
nell,  s.  p.,  silkweaver.  At  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.     April  7,  1641. 

Devison,  Alexander,  of  Staple,  chir- 
urgeon,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Bennet  Austen  of  Ick- 
ham,  v.,  about  [blank],  d.  of  Richard 
Austen,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Ickham.     Jan.  21,  1642. 

Devison,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  widr.,  and  Mar- 
garet Bailey,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Anthony 
Bailey,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Richard  Langley,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds, 
Dec.  5,  1628. 

Devison,  Timothy,  of  Teynham,  husb., 
and  Joan  Wells  of  Lynstead,  v.  At 
Lynstead.     Feb.  27,  1621. 

Devison,  Timothy,  of  Harty,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Dale  of 
Faversham,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
Henry  Dale,  late  s.  p.,  smith,  dec. 
At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.  March  4,  1623. 

Deward,  John,  of  Ospringe,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Catherine  Long,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25.  At  same.  William 
Lucas,  s.  p.,  woollendraper,  bonds. 
July  2,  1633. 

Diamond,  John,  of  Faversham,  lime- 
burner,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Joice  Hilton,  s.  p., 
v.,  28,  d.  of  Joan  Ayerst,  a/ias  Hil- 
ton, of  Bobbing,  who  consents.  At 
Faversham.     April  2,  1634. 

Diaper,  Francis,  and  Mary  Noble,  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich.  At  same.  Feb. 
3,  1626. 


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Dibley,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
hiisb.,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Joan  Hudson,  s.  p., 
w.,  relict  of  Edward  Hudson,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Juh-  6,  1641. 

Dickensone,  John,  and  Thomasine 
Cronwell.  [Married  at  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.,  June  13,  1627.  See 
Note  to  Colman,  Thomas,  June  13, 
1627.] 

Dickenson,  Matthew,  of  Oare,  fisher- 
man, widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Gatlett  of 
Faversham,  w.  of  Robert  Gatlett, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Faversham. 
Robert  Hutchen  of  Faversham, 
blacksmith,  bonds.  March  14,  1641. 

Dickenson,  Matthew,  of  Oare,  fisher- 
man, widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Peach  of 
Tej'nham,  w.  of  John  Peach,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
William  Amis  of  Ospringe,  grocer, 
bonds.     Dec.  5,  1644. 

Dicker,  Richard,  of  Benenden,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Bridget  Sloman 
of  Hawkhurst,  w.,  about  46,  relict 
of  George  Sloman,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Goudhurst.  Richard  Austen, 
clerk,  vicar  of  Benenden,  bonds. 
April  6,  1624. 

DIckes,  Augustine,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  maltster,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Joan  Martin,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  who, 
her  parents  being  dead,  is  now  at 
the  govt,  of  her  brother,  t£enry 
Martin,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  William  Webb,  s.  p., 
mercer.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  April 
17,  1643. 

Didiere,  Lewis,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
merchant,  widr.,  and  Mary  de  le 
Motte,  alias  Didiere,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Nicholas  Didiere,  late  of  Calais  in 
France,  dec.  At  S.  James's  in  D. 
John  Denew  of  Cant.,  silkweaver, 
and  Peter  Powlle,  s.  p.,  merchant, 
bonds.     Aug.  17,  1635. 

Digby,  Henry,  of  Hythe,  tailor,  ba., 
about  32,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Catherine  Joiner  of  Capel-le-Ferne, 
v.,  about  21  or  22,  d.  of  Robert 
joyner,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  James  Philpott  of 
Hythe,  cornwainer.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.  Maximilian  Foster  of 
Cant.,  tailor,  and  Richard  Mitchener, 
s.  p.,  joiner,  bonds.   Feb.  8,  1642. 


Digges,  Favoritio,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  g.,  ba.,  about  35,  and 
Frances  Pudner,  s.  p.,  about  19,  d. 
of  Robert  Pudner,  s.  p.,  g.,  who 
makes  and  signs  this  allegation.  At 
S.  Nicholas  in  Thanet.  April  3,  1620. 

Digwood,  John,  of  Lenham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Randoll  of 
Otterden,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
John  Randoll,  late  of  Stalisfield, 
husb.,  dec,  and  now  under  the  govt, 
of  her  aunt,  Joan  Hooker  of  Otter- 
den, w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  the  oath  of  Richard  Scare  of 
Charing,  blacksmith.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  Edward  Hooker  of  Otterden, 
husb.,  bonds.     May  7,   1624. 

Dllinutt,  John,  and  Sarah  Vassall,  of 
Barham.     At  same.     Feb.  13,  1625. 

Dilnut,  John,  of  Sutton  n.  Dover,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  28,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Joicc  Chambers  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich,  26,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
John  Marshall  of  Sandwich,  mariner, 
and  Nicholas  Dilnot  of  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.,  bonds.     Feb.  19,  1660. 

Dimmer,  Thomas,  of  Stepnej',  n.  Lon- 
don, shipwright,  ba.,  about  29,  whose 
father  consents,  and  Ann  Wallop  of 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  26,  d. 
of  Mary,  the  now  wife  of  Thomas 
Wyld  of  Dover,  mariner,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  M,  Bredin's,  or  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Henry  Knight 
of  Cant.,  Alderman,  bonds.  Dec. 
24,  1660. 

Dine,  John,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  widr.,  and 
Rebecca  Roberts,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Francis 
Roberts,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Lydd. 
Thomas  Dixon  of  Cant.,  fellmonger, 
and  William  Chambers,  s.  p.,  brick- 
maker,  bonds.     Jan.  14,  1638. 

Dine,  John,  of  Lydd,  butcher,  widr., 
and  Sibyl  Seldome  of  Brookland,  w. 
of  Thomas  Seldome,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Lydd.     Nov.  16,  1639. 

Dines,  John,  of  Dover,  barber  chir- 
urgeon,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  father, 
Richard  Dines  of  Throwley,  miller, 
consents,  and  Anna  Belton  of  Dover, 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Christopher  Bel- 
ton,  s.  p  ,  barber  chirurgeon,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  his 
son-in-law,  Edward  Fanne  of  Cant., 
cooper.  At  Charlton  or  S.  Margaret 
Atclifife.     Dec.  2,  1645. 


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290 


Dingley,  James,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  26  or  27,  and 
Elizabeth  Friyle,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Elizabeth  Friyle,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Allen  of  River,  yeom.  At  River. 
Feb.  15,  1642. 

Dirkin,  Henry,  of  Rochester,  woollen- 
draper,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Kennard 
of  Sittingbourne,  w.  of  James  Ken- 
nard, late  of  Milton,  dec.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.  Alexander  Dirkin  of 
Rochester,  woollendraper,  and  Henry 
Panned  of  Sittingbourne,  3'eom., 
bonds.     July  26,  1638. 

Dive,  Robert,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
consents,  and  Martha  Turner  of 
Egerton,  v.,  19  and  upwards,  whose 
brother,  John  Turner,  s.  p.,  consents 
(her  parents  being  dead)  as  is  testi- 
fied by  William  Turner  of  Cant., 
another  brother.  AtEgerton.  William 
Homesly  of  Brook,  woollendraper, 
bonds.     Aug.  22,  1640. 

Dive,  Thomas,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  21,  and  Margaret 
Tindall  of  Leeds,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Tindall  of  Town  Sutton,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Richardson  of  Cant.,  g.  At  T.  Sutton. 
Robert  Wells,  clerk,  vicarof  Holling- 
bourne,  bonds.     Sept.  2,  1636. 

Divers,  William,  of  W^estwell,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  "  EInar"  Jarvis,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Thomas  Jarvis, 
s.  p.,  veom.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     March  12,  1626. 

Divers,  Vvilliam,  of  Bethersden,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Martha  Browne,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Browne,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     May  20,  1635. 

Dix,  Thomas,  of  Deal,  mariner,  ba.,  about 
24,  and  Mary  Allen,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
[blank]  Allen,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Deal  or  Shoulden.  Thomas  Jones 
of  Cant.,  schoolmaster,  bonds.  Jan. 
21,  1641. 

Dixon,  Edward,  of  Barham,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  CuUin,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict 
of  Thomas  Cullin,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Oct.  13,  1625. 

Dixon,  Richard,  of  Deal,  husb.,  widr., 
about  43,  and  Margaret  Hurlestone 
of  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich,  w.,  40, 
relict  of  Andrew  Hurlestone,  late  s. 
p.,  mariner,  dec.  At  S.  Clement's. 
Nov.  3,  1626. 


Dixon,  Richard,  and  Mary  Nashe,  of 
Barham.    At  same.    Feb.  7,  1634. 

Dixon,  Robert,  of  Chilham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Joan  Coppin  of  Bekes- 
bourne,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  John 
Coppin,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  John  Denn 
of  Bridge,  g.  At  Patri.xbourne. 
Thomas  Denn  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds. 
Feb.  11,  1631. 

Dixon,  Robert,  of  Chilham,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Susan  Chapman  of  Godmersham, 
v.,  about  27,  whose  mother,  F^lizabeth 
Chapman,  w.,  consents.  At  God- 
mersham. Thomas  Denn  of  Cant., 
g.,  bonds.     July  16.  1636. 

Dixon,  Simon,  of  Lydd,  fellmonger,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Giles  of  Cranbrook,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  John  Giles,  s.  p.,  barber, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Alexander  Beeching,  s.  p.,  barber. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Beeching 
of  New  Romney,  barber,  bonds. 
Oct.  8,   1641. 

Dixon,  Thomas,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
fellmonger,  ba.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Mary  Gibbon 
ot  Fordwich,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  John 
Gibbon,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Littlebourne.     June  29,  1639. 

Dixon,  William,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich, tailor,  widr.,  about  35,  and 
Mary  Powell  of  Faversham,  maiden, 
about  21,  d.  of  John  Powell,  late  s. 
p.,  merchant,  dec.  about  10  years 
since,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Hutchen  of 
Faversham,  merchant,  bonds.  May 
1,  1623. 

Dixwell,  Mark,  of  Folkestone,  Esquire, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Read, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Alice  Read, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
William  Read,  s.  p.,  g.,  and  Peter 
Piard  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Nov.  28, 
1635. 

Dobins,  John,  of  Chartham,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Margaret  Dryland, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  of  or  about  the  same 
age,  d.  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth 
Dryland,  s.  p.,  who  consent,  as  is 
testified  by  Robert  Rasell  of  Sheld- 
wich,  husb.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Feb.  7,  1626. 

Doble,  Edward,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Mildred  Whiteing,  s.  p.,   v.,   about 


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292 


21,  d.  of  Joan  Whitcing,  w.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  her  son, 
Richard  Whiteing.  AtS.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.  Oct.  9,  1645.  See  Double, 
Bubble. 

Dadd,  Edward,  of  Sellinge,  widr., 
liusb.,  and  Agnes  Elvie,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Ingram  Elvie,  late  of  Lympne, 
dec.  At  Brabourne  or  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Fisher  of  Sellinge, 
husb.,  bonds.     Dec.  2,   1641. 

Dodd,  Gilbert,  of  Brabourne,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Jane  Bayly,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  John  Bayly,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Dec.  14,  1637. 

Dodd,  Gregory,  of  Brook,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Elizabeth  King,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Richard  King  of 
Wye,  tailor,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Feb.  3,  1622. 

Dodd,  Henry,  of  Stanford,  husb.,  and 
Susan  Peirce  of  Elham,  v.  At 
Elham.     Dec.  3,  1621. 

Dod,  John,  of  Follcestone,  joiner,  ba., 
25,  and  Margaret  Elvy  of  Smecth,  v., 
about  24,  whose  mother  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Jolin  Joyce  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  tailor.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.  Nicholas  Chantry  of  Cant., 
hempdresser,  bonds.  April  24,  1628. 

Dodd,  William,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
sailor,  widr.,  about  36,  and  Ann  Kir- 
ton  of  S.  lohn's  in  Thanet,  w.,  about 
27.  At  S!  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Sept. 
12,  1625. 

Dodd,  William,  of  Chislet,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Joan  Church  of  Heme,  w.  of 
Edward  Church,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     July  23,  1632. 

Dodd,  William,  of  Stocktmry,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Elizabeth  Greeneli,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Richard 
Greeneli,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
same.     Oct.  14,  1635.    See  Dadd. 

Doe,  Isaac,  of  Bredgar,  yeom.,  widr.,  and 
Joan  Hunt  of  Borden,  w.  of  John 
Hunt,  clerk,  late  rector  of  Goodne- 
stone  n.  Faversham.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.  Robert  Doe  of 
"  Chalke,"  vcom.,  bonds.  Dec.  16, 
1639. 

Doe,  Richard,  of  Chislet,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Coppin  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  w.  At  S.  Lawrence.  Edward 
Dier  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  yeom., 
and  Thomas  Coppin  of  S.  Lawrence 
in  Thanet,  fisherman,  bonds.  June 
2,  1638. 


Doe,  Robert,  of  HoUingbourne,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Turner 
of  Lynstead,  w.,  about  25,  relict  of 
Randolph  Turner,  s.  p.,  3'eom.,  dec. 
At  Lynstead.     June  17,  1624. 

Does  et  Deekes,  [Married  at  S.  Dun- 
stan's.  Cant.,  where  the  entry  is, 
James  Does  of  Milton,  widr.,  and 
Anne  Deeth,  s.  p.,  w.  vi.  fac.  Sept. 
6,  1646.  "  Does  et  Deekes"  taken 
from  the  Index  to  Vol.  P.  of  allega- 
tions.] 

Does,  John,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
cooper,  widr.,  about  32,  and  Margery 
Sutton,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  31,  d.  of 
Richard  Sutton,  late  of  [blank]  in 
Kent,  husb.,  dec.  about  16  years 
since.    At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.    Feb. 

4,  1622. 

Does,  John,  and  Mary  Sluce,  of  S.  Dun- 
stan's, Cant.  At  same.   May  30,  1625. 

Does,  John,  of  S.  Dun.stan's,  Cant., 
cooper,  and  Catherine  Turner,  s.  p., 
w.     At  same.     Dec.  29,  1625. 

Dogged,  Thomas,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  father 
Peter  Dogged,  consents,  and  Mary 
Beere  of  Chartham,  v.,  21  and  up- 
wards, d.  of  Thomas  Beere  of  Whit- 
field, veom.,  who  also  consents.     At 

5.  Alphage,  Cant.  Aug.  7,  1641. 
Doggel  [Dogget  in  the  margin],  Alex- 
ander, of  Faversham,  linen  weaver, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Cartwright, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant. 
John  Cartwright,  cordwainer,  and 
George  Cartwright,  tailor,  both  of 
Cant.,  bonds.     Jan.  31,  1630. 

Doggerili,  Henry,  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  cordwyner,  and  Elizabeth 
Moone,  s.  p.,  w.  .^t  S.  Dun.stan's, 
Cant.     April  12,  1619. 

Doldinge,  Edward,  of  Wye,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Joan  Marks  of  Saltwood, 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  [blank]  Marks  of 
[blank],  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  [blank].  At  Saltwood.  Jan.  13, 
1640.  A^o/e.  Vacat  entered  in  the 
margin. 

Dollen,  Clement,  of  Dover,  seaman,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Ann  Bradshaw,  s.  p., 
v.,  27,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.  Richard  Nichols 
of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  tapster,  bonds. 
Feb.  25,  1642. 


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294 


Dolman,  Thomas,  of  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Eleanor 
Higgs,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  40,  they  being 
both  servants  of  Sir  James  HaU^s, 
Knight,  who  consents  bv  letter.  At 
same.     Feb.  26,   1628. 

Domine,  Christopher.  See  Fullagar, 
Cliristopher,  Dec.  6,  1631. 

Domonicke,  Isaiah,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  husb.,  ba.,  about  27,  and 
Margery  Jenkin,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
25,  d.  of  John  (enkin  late  s.  p.,  dec, 
and  now  dwelling  with  her  mother, 
Elizabeth  jenkin,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Margaret's.  Cant.     Nov.  1,  1619. 

Donnaing  {?),  Peter,  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  "Phillipp  &  Chainey  weaver." 
ba.,  about  36,  whose  mother  Cath- 
erine consents,  and  Jane  Taverney, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  her  father  being 
dead  and  her  mother  being  an  in- 
habitant of  Flanders.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.  Jacobus  Dennaing  of  S.  Alph- 
age, Cant.,  bonds.  Nov.  15,  1641. 
AWf.  Dunny  in  the  margin  and  in 
the  IndfX  to  vol.  O. 

Donning,  See  Dunning. 

Doorne,  John,  of  Ringwould,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Mary  Rogers,  s.  p.,  v., 
21  and  upwards,  d.  of  Mary  Rogers, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  John  Arnold,  s.  p.,  labourer.  At 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.     Oct.  18,  1638. 

Dorley,  Thomas,  (jf  Upciiurch,  mariner, 
ba.,  abuut  38,  and  Dorothy  Mead- 
man,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Meadman, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  AtOspringe.  (jeorge 
Philpott  of  Ospringe,  g.,  bonds. 
Jan.  21,  1645. 

Dormer,  Richard,  of  Berstead,  g.,  widr., 
about  30,  and  Margaret  Osborne  of 
Stockbury,  maiden,  about  17,  d.  of 
Edward  Osborne,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Mr. 
Plenry  Pawson,  clerk,  vicar  of  Stock- 
bury,  bonds.     Feb.  16,  1619. 

Douay,  Isaac,  of  Dover,  factor,  widr., 
and  Ann  Culverden,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24  or  25,  d.,  of  Robert  Culverden  of 
Folkestone,  Jurat,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  his  son,  Robert  Culver- 
den, junior,  of  Dover,  cordwainer. 
At  Whitfield,  a/i'as  Beauxfield.  Sept. 
11,  1641. 

Douay,  Nicholas,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Sarah  Lucas,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  16,  d.  of  [blank]  Lucas,  s.  p., 
innkeeper,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 


fied by  Robert  Gallant  of  Dover, 
ironmonger.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Sept.  7,  1640. 

Double,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  beer 
brewer,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Elizabeth 
Masters,  s.  p.,  maiden,  30,  d.  of 
[blank]  Mastersof  Sennocke  [Seven- 
oaks],  weaver,  dec,  and  now  at  her 
own  disposing.   At  Maidstone.  Sept. 

25,  1620.     &^Doble,  Dubble. 
Dove,  Benjamin,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 

husb.,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Sarah 
Humphry,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19,  d. 
of  William  Humphry,  late  s.  p., 
labourer,  dec.  about  13  years  since, 
and  now  abiding  with  Margaret 
Humphry,  her  mother,  who  consents, 
a-^  is  testified  by  William  Tatnall  of 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  miller.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover.     July  9,  1621. 

Doves,  Andrew,  of  the  precincts  of  the 
Tower  of  London,  mariner,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Rose  Harty  of  Birch- 
ington,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Richard 
Harty,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  bv  his  son,  Valentine  Harty, 
s.  p.    At  Bjrchington.     Oct.  28,  1637. 

Doves,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba  ,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Giddinge,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Humphrey 
Giddinge,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  River. 
May  1,  1644. 

Doueson,  Michael,  of  Leeds,  brazier, 
ba  ,  about  31,  and  Dorothy  Basse, 
s.  p.,  w.  At  same.  Richard  Hardres 
of  Cant.,  clothier,  and  Henr\'  Howell, 
s.  p.,  weaver,  bonds.     Feb.  9,  1638. 

Dovor,  Robert,  of  Faversham,  fisherman, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Rich,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  25,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  Holy  Cross,  Cant.  June  30,  1034. 

Dowd,  Henry,  of  Woodchurch,  husb., 
widr.,  about  43,  and  Elizabeth 
Woollett,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  35,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.     Oct.  18,  1626. 

Dowd,  Henry,  of  Tenterden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father  con.sents,  and 
Elizabeth  Dadson  of  Maidstone,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Ambrose  Dadson, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Langley.  John  Effeild  of  Otham. 
carpenter,  bonds.     May  2,  1635. 

Dowel  I,  William,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba.,  about 
30,  and  Lydia  Pert,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 

26,  d.  of  Henry  Pert,  s.  p.,  porter, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret  At- 
cliff.     Aug.  23,  1624. 


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296 


Dowie,  Anthony,  of  Leaveland,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Catherine  Birkhencd,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Birkhened,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Gray  of  Leaveland,  husb.,  bonds. 
Feb.  i;i,  1643. 

DowIe,  Benjamin,  of  Thornham,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Pris- 
cilla  Webb  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 
maiden,  about  21,  d.  of  Christopher 
Webb  of  Tunstall,  clerk,  dec.  about 
15  years  since,  and  now  in  the  govt, 
of  her  mother,  Catherine  Webb  of 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  Thornham.  John  Crumpe  of 
Thornham,  clerk,  bonds.  Jan.  12, 
1622. 

Dowie,  Benjamin,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  g.,  widr.,  and  Lydia  Viney 
of  Hothfield,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  John 
Viney,  clerk,  parson  of  Hothfield, 
who  consents.  At  Hothfield.  Nov  3, 
1635. 

Dowie,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sittingbourne, 
dyer,  widr.,  27,  and  Sarah  Tonge  of 
Borden,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Richard 
Tonge,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Borden.  John  Fagg  of  Cant.,  cloth- 
worker,  bonds.     Nov.  11,  1628. 

Downe,  Daniel,  of  Waldershare,  and 
Mary  Courteous  of  Tilmanstone.  At 
Tilmanstone.     ]\Iay  25.  1636. 

Downe,  George,  of  Smarden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  29,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Ann  Raynerof  Egerton,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  George  Rayner,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  his 
son,  Edward  Rayner,  s.  p.,  kersey- 
maker.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  July 
18,  1639. 

Downe,  Henry,  of  Godmersham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Mary  Ruck  of  Crundale,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  George  Ruck,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Crundale  or  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     June  10,  1642. 

Downe,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Jane  Lacye  of 
Biddenden,  maiden,  about  30,  d.  of 
[blank]  Lacye  of  Ticehurst  in  Susse.x, 
husb.,  dec.  about  6  years  since,  and 
now  at  her  own  disposing.  At  Bid- 
denden. Oct.  7,  1620. 
Downe,  John,  of  Lynstead,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Ann  Elmestone,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  [blank]  Elm- 
stone  of  East  Sutton,  yeom.,   dec. 


about  20  years  since.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.  May  12,  1621. 
Downe,  John,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Eliza- 
beth Johnson  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John  Johnson,  s. 
p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Ann  Johnson,  d.  of  the  said  John. 
At  Egerton,  because  her  friends 
desire  to  have  them  married  there. 
RLarch  1  (or  3),  1628. 

Downe,  John,  of  Charing,  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  mother,  Ann 
Downe,  consents,  and  Mary  Burton, 
s.  p  ,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Joan  Burton, 
alias  Garrett,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  her  husband,  [eremy 
Garrett,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  John  Paine  of  Charing,  yeom., 
bonds.     Nov.  7,  1638. 

Downe,  Reginald,  of  Hytlie,  fellmonger, 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Pclham,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Thomas  Pelham,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  [blank.]     Jan.  15,  1637. 

Downe,  Richard,  of  Halden,  husb.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Ann  Hernclen  of  Mar- 
den,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  Christo- 
pher Hernden,  s.  p.,  palemaker,  who 
[alleges  and]  consents.  At  Bidden- 
den.    Jan.  12,  1619. 

Downe,  Robert,  of  Wye,  and  Mary 
Glover,  s.  p.  At  same.  Feb.  12,  1619. 

Downe,  Robert,  of  Wye,  grocer,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Osborne,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Mr.  [blank]  Osborne 
of  Rainham,  who  consents.  At  Wye. 
Sept.  9,  1633. 

Downe,  Robert,  of  Lynstead,  yeom., 
widr..  and  Ann  Pembrooke,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  [blank]  Pembrooke,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Bapchild  or  Sittingbourne. 
Edward  Whetstone  of  Cant.,  post- 
master, bonds.     Feb.  4,  1645. 

Downe,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  miller, 
widr.,  about  59,  and  Susan  Younge 
of  Preston  n.  Faversham,  w.,  about 
40,  relict  of  Elias  Younge,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  At  Preston.  June  20, 
1626. 

Downe,  Thomas,  of  Sturry,  husb  ,  ba., 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Sarah  Buskin,  relict  of  Richard 
Buskin,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Oct.  2,  1638. 

Downe,  William,  of  Stalisfield,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Peirce, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Samp- 
son Peirce,  late — whiles  he  lived,  s. 


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298 


p.,  yeom.,  dec.  about  8  years  since, 
and  now  in  the  govt,  of  her  brother, 
Gabriel  Peirce,  s.  p.,  who  conseiits. 
At  S.  M.  Brechiian's,  Cant.  IMay  11, 
1G23. 

Downer,  Trustrum,  of  Bridge,  husb., 
ba.,  about  -10,  and  Ann  Worgerof  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.,  w.  of  Anthony 
Worger,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  John  Halden  of 
Cant.,  linen  weaver,  bonds.  May  8, 
1641. 

Dowridge,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary 
Moulton,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     Jan.  2,  1625. 

Doyton,  Henry,  of  Sellinge,  carpenter, 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Phil- 
pott,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
[blank]  Philpott,  late  of  Mersham, 
husb.,  dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of 
her  mother,  Elizabeth  Philpott,  a/ias 
Fox,  who  consents.  At  Sellinge. 
Nov.  9,  1622. 

Drake,  John,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
hosier,  and  Alice  Burrough,  s.  p.,  v. 
At  same.     March  7,  1620. 

Draper,  John,  of  Lewes  in  Sussex, 
mercer,  about  22,  "  natural  son  "  of 
John  Draper,  late  of  Hamsey  in 
Sussex,  dec,  and  of  Alice  Draper, 
his  widow,  who  is  now  living,  and 
Frances  Austen  now  of  Great  Chart, 
v.,  24,  d.  of  Thomas  Austen,  late  of 
Cranbrook,  dec,  and  of  Margaret 
his  wife  now  living  :  the  mother  of 
the  aforesaid  John,  and  the  mother 
and  governors  of  the  said  Frances 
consenting.  At  Wye,  because  Doctor 
Richmond,  minister  there,  is  of  the 
said  John  Draper's  inward  acquaint- 
ance, and  hath  promised  to  give  them 
a  sermon  at  their  marriage.  Allega- 
tion made  and  signed  by  Thomas 
Capeman  of  Ashford,  mercer,  whose 
wife's  d.  the  said  Frances  is,  and  by 
Nathaniel  Draper  of  Wye,  yeom., 
"natural  brother"  of  John.  Oct. 
15,  1624. 

Draper,  John,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Sarah 
Cooke  of  Bckesbourne,  v.,  25  and 
upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Aug.  17,  1641. 

Drawbridge,  George,  of  Pluckley, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Symonson,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 


Joan  Kingsnode  of  Charing,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Richard  Simonson  of  Pluckley,  husb., 
bonds.     Aug.  5,  1644. 

Drawbridge,  Robert,  of  Ivychurch, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Browne,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28,  d. 
of  John  Browne  of  Mersham,  cooper, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Mer- 
sham, by  reason  that  her  father 
dwelleth  there,  and  intendeth  to  give 
them  their  wedding  dinner.  July  10, 
1623. 

Dray,  Leonard,  of  Favcrsham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Ursula  Jemmet  of  Boughton 
Aluph,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Paul 
Jemmet,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Henry  Outfeild  of  Faver- 
sham,  maltster.  At  B.  Aluph.  George 
Hooper  of  Thanington,  chirnrgeon, 
bonds.     June  15,  1639. 

Dray,  William,  of  Bishopsbourne,  car- 
penter, ba.,  about  30,  and  Alice 
Martin,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of 
widow  Martin,  who  consents.  At 
same.     Aug.   10,  1637. 

Drayner,  Richard,  of  Biddenden, 
clothier,  widr.,  and  Alice  Luson  of 
S.  Thomas's  in  Harty,  w.  of  Richard 
Luson,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  S. 
Thomas  aforesaid.  John  Beale  of 
Biddenden,  clothier,  bonds,  luly  4 
1629. 

Draynor,  Robert,  of  Biddenden,  clothier, 
23  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Margaret  Master  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  the  like  age,  d.  of 
Giles  Master,  s.  p..  Esquire,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Paul's.  Nov.  21,1 627. 

Drayner,  Simon,  of  Frittenden,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Buckherst, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose  mother 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Sept.  27,  1628. 

Drayson,  Christopher,  of  Eastry,  black- 
smith, widr.,  about  36,  and  Joan 
Snellinge  of  Ashford,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  P^astry. 
Feb.  27,  1625. 

Drayson,  Christopher,  of  Elmstone, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  aged  . .  [Allegation 
incomplete  and  crossed  out.]  Tune 
29,  1643. 

Draison,  Christopher,  of  Elmstone, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of 
(iabriel  Drason,  s.  p.,  and  Jane  Dadd 
of  Woodnesborough,  v.,  about  22,  d. 


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300 


of  Ann  Dadd,  alias  Jones,  of  Ickham, 
who  consents,  as  also  docs  Gabriel 
Drason  aforesaid.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  William  Archer  of  S.  Alpha.aje, 
Cant.,  innholder,  and  Lancelot  (?) 
Eppes  of  Godmersham,  husb.,  bonds. 
April  23,  1C44. 

Drayton,  Francis,  of  Cant.,  clerk,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Johnson,  s.  p  , 
v.,  about  2o,  d.  of  Silas  Johnson,  late 
s.  p.,  g..  dec.  At  S.  INI.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     Dec.  19,  1633. 

Drew,  George,  of  River,  sailor,  ba.,  about 

23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann  Andrew 
of  Buckland  n.  Dover,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Ann  Andrew  of  Capel  ie  Fern, 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Drue  of  River.  At  S.  Alph- 
age.  Cant.     July  5,  1637. 

Drew,  John,  of  Lydd,  yeom  ,  ba.,  about 

24,  and  Elizabeth  Constance,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  16,  whose  mother  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Henry  Verrier  of 
Littlebourne,  yeom.  At  Lydd  or  Old 
Romney.     May  4,  1637. 

Drue,  Richard,  of  Buckland  n.  Dover, 
miller,  ba.,  about  21,  and  Elizabeth 
Tayler.  s.  p.,  v.,  19,  d.  of  Henry 
Tayler,  s.  p.,  }'eon"i.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  John  Vudrell  of 
Dover,  bricklayer.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     Sept.  9,  1628. 

Drew,  Thomas,  of  Detling,  husb.,  ba., 
40,  and  Ann  Wedd  of  Thurnham,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  William  Wedd,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Boreman  of  Detling,  husb. 
At  Detling  or  Thurnham.  June  16, 
1641. 

Drue,  William,  of  River,  millwright,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Dennis  Hild,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  William  Hild,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
River.  John  Butcher  of  Cant., 
miller,  bonds.     May  11,  1642. 

Drought,  Richard,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
blacksmith,  ba., about  27,  and  RLirtha 
Carre,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Thomas  Carr,  s.  p.,  innholder,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  his  son, 
John  Carr.  At  same.  John  Carr  of 
Newchurch,  innholder,  bonds.  Jan. 
2,  1642 

Druell,  John,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
weaver,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth 
Chapman  late  of  St.  Botolph  with- 
out Bishopsgate,  London,  and  now 
of  this  city,  v.,  22  and  upwards,  d. 
of  Margery    Gladden,    alias    Chap- 


man, wife  of  Robert  Gladden  of  St. 
Botolph  aforesaid,  who  consents,  as 
her  husband  testifies.  At  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.  Robert  Gladden  of  Cant., 
cordwainer,   bonds.     June   16,  1632. 

Drury  (Dreur}-),  George,  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  JNLiry 
Reignoldes  of  Norton,  v.,  about  20, 
d.of  Thomas  Reignoldes,s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  his  wife  testifies. 
At  Norton.     Nov.  28,  1631. 

Drury,  James  of  Eastchurch,  husb.,  ha., 
about  28,  and  "  Godly  Heather,  a 
maiden,  d.  of  George  Heather  of  S. 
Thomas  the  Apostle  in  the  Isle  of 
Harty,  about  17,  now  in  the  govt,  of 
the  said  George  her  father,"  who 
consents,  "  as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
JamesofEastling[j'/f,  but  Eastchurch 
is  meant']  aforesaid,  husb."  At  S. 
Thomas  the  Apostle  aforesaid.  Oct. 
12,  1620. 

Drury,  John,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  son  of  Allen  Drury,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  and  Ann  S)mpson, 
about  20,  d.  of  Nicholas  Sympson  of 
Queenborough.g  ,who  also  consents. 
At  Eastchurch.     June  1,  1630. 

Drury,  John,  of  Selling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Alice  Munnes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  Joan  Mun.nes,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Aug.  15,  1637. 

D  rewry,  Thomas,  of  Hernhill,  pot-maker, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Widower,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
George  W'idovver,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.  July  25,  1636. 
[Crossed  out,  and  "  vacat "  written 
in  the  margin.] 

D  rewry,  William,  of  Eastchurch,  and 
Elizabeth  Pancase,  s.  p.  At  same. 
Jan.  26,  1623. 

Drury,  William,  of  Eastchurch,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  34,  and  Joan  Newenden, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  July 
27,  1629. 

D rewry,  William,  of  Challock,  carpen- 
ter, ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  con- 
sents, and  Margaret  Cooke,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  William  Cooke,  s.  p., 
husb.,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     April  14,  1635. 

Drury,  William,  and  Abigail  Crouch, 
of  Ivychurch.  At  same.  F^eb.  19, 
1639. 


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.302 


Drust,  Robert,  of  Harden,  clothier,  ba., 
25,  and  Juciith  Reeve  of  Staplehurst, 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas  Reeve, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  makes  this  allega- 
tion. At  Staplehurst  or  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     June  16,  1641. 

Dryland,  Richard,  of  Wye,  cordwainer, 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Mary  Allen,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
18,  d.  of  Thomas  Allen,  s.  p.,  butcher, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  William  Merten  of  Wye, 
tailor,  bonds.     Oct.  23,  1640. 

Dubble,  Richard,  of  Charing,  linen- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Laryman  of  Little  Chart,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Isaac  Laryman,  s.  p.,  car- 
penter, who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     June  22,  1641. 

Dubble  (Dubbel),  Walter,  of  Cranbrook, 
linen  weaver,  ba.,  about  35,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Joan  Standen, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Giles  Standen 
of  Etchingham  in  Sussex,  who  also 
consents.  At  Cranbrook  or  Hawk- 
hurst.  March  26,  1641.  SeeBohlc, 
Double. 

Duck,  Andrew,  of  Bethersden,  yeom  , 
and  Mary  Parker,  s.  p.,  v.  At  same. 
July  19,  1625. 

Ducke,  Benjamin,  of  Fordwich,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Giles, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  widow  Giles 
of  Sheldwich  who  consents.  At 
Faversham.  Thomas  Hogben  of 
Cant..  3eom.,  bonds.  Sept.  24,  1634. 

Ducke,  Edward,  of  Faversham,  lat- 
cleaver,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Bridget  Hyam,  late  of 
Gillingham  and  now  of  Faversham, 
v.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Boughton  Blean.  William  Ducke 
of  Gillingham,  carpenter,  and  Simon 
Cooper  of  Cant.,  silkweaver,  bonds. 
Nov.  30,  1635. 

Duck,  Thomas,  of  Chart  n.  Sutton  Val- 
ance, husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Sarah 
Cavell  of  Staplehurst,  maiden,  about 
27,  d.  of  Robert  Cavell,  s.  p.,  gar- 
dener, who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Oct.  4,  1619. 

Dudley,  Ralph,  of  Deal,  fisherman,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Homes  of  Walmer,  v.,  about  40.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Dec.  4,  1637. 

Duffell,  William,  of  Yalding,  husb.,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Susan  Hildcr  of  Hawk- 
hurst,   v.,   about  25,    whose  mother 


consents,  as  is  testified  by  Richard 
Chambers  of  Marden,  husb.  At 
Hawkhurst.     June,  1,  1629. 

Dugdall,  Pklward,  of  Throwley,  yeom., 
ba  ,  about  34,  and  Mary  Yate,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Richard  Yate 
of  Badlesmere,  clerk,  parson  of 
Badlesmere,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Robert  Yate,  s.  p.,  clerk.  At 
Badlesmere.     March  2,  1621. 

Duglas,  Henry,  of  Luddenham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Piper,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  George  Piper,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     July  21,  1634. 

Duke,  Daniel,  of  New  Romney,  g.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Wilcocke,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Wilcocke,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Vespatian 
Harris  of  Cant.,  mercer,  bonds.  May 
28,  1644. 

Duke,  John,  of  New  Romney,  chandler, 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Amy  Etherick,  s. 
p  ,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Stephen 
Etherick,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  now 
abiding  with  I\Ir.  Peter  Knight,  clerk, 
vicar  of  New  Romney,  who  consents. 
At  same.     Jan.  25,  1619. 

Duke,  Joseph,  of  New  Romney,  cord- 
winder,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Susan  Wood,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  18,  d.  of  Henry  Wood,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  ]\Iar- 
garet's.  Cant.     May  15,  1621. 

Duker,  William,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
maltster,  ba.,  about  24,  at  his  own 
govt.,  appears  personally  with  Mary 
Young,  d.  of  Edward  Young  of  Ford- 
wich, yeom.,  about  19,  and  they 
allege  thattheyare  lawfullycontracted 
in  matrimony  together,  etc.,  and  that 
they  have  both  humbly  requested  the 
consent  of  the  said  Edward  Young, 
who,  as  they  verily  believe,  is  willing, 
as  also  they  do  verily  believe  that  the 
mother  of  the  said  Mary  is  consent- 
ing, etc.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Nov. 
3,  1623. 

Duling,  William,  of  Rochester,  g.,  about 
25,  and  Mary  Norwood  of  S.  Peter's 
in  Thanet,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Manasses  Norwood,  s.  p..  Esquire, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
bv  John  Duling  of  Rochester,  g. 
May  22,  1621. 

Du  Mee,  Charles,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
weaver,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Maiy 
Sourdeau  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 


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v.,  about  22,  whose  mother  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Northgate.  Peter  du  Boys 
of  Cant.,  silkweaver,  bonds.     Aug. 

4,  1637. 

Du  Monchaux  (De-I\Tonshew),  Samuel, 
of  S.  M.  Nortligate,  Cant.,  silkweaver, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Sarah  Jerman  of 
the  Paddock  in  or  near  the  parish  of 
Cosmos  and  Damian  on  the  Blean, 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  John  Jerman,  s. 
p.,  who  consents.  At  Cosmos  and 
D.  or  Harblcdown.  John  Wibare  of 
Northgate,  Cant.,  silkweaver,  bonds. 
Ma}-  29,  1646. 

Dunne,  Christopher,  of  Maidstone, 
weaver,  ba.,  27,  and  Susan  Wood  of 
Hoath  [possibly  "  Hith"],  w.  of  one 
Wood,  late  dec.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.     June  1,  1630. 

Dunn,  James,  of  Heme,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Pjlaxland,  s.  p.,  w.  At 
same.     July  28.  1638. 

Dunn,  John,  and  Margaret  Sherwood,  of 
Lyminge.     At  same.    Dec.  29, 1640. 

Duncke,  Daniel,  of  Tenterden,  shoe- 
maker, ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth 
Cobb  of  Newington  n.  H3'the,  v.,  30 
and  upwards.  At  S.  Margaret's  Cant. 
Christopher  Cobb  of  Tenterden, 
husb.,  bonds.     July  20,  1637. 

Duncke,  William,  of  Rolvenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Mary  Penvall,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Edmond  Penvall,  late  dec. 
At  same.  Stephen  Milsted,  s.  p., 
glover,  and  Richard  Nelsonnof  Cant., 
fellmongcr,  bonds.     Jan.  22,  1633. 

Duncke,  William,  of  Hawkhurst,  wheel- 
wright, ba.,  about  26,  and  Susanna 
Bankes  of  Woodchurch,  v.,  about  17, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  Ken- 
nardington.  William  Finch  of  Wood- 
church, yeom.,  bonds.   Sept.  27, 1636. 

Dunkin,  Edward,  of  West  Langdon, 
yeom.,  ba  ,  about  25,  and  Alice  Abbot 
of  Great  Mongeham,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  Lawrence  Abbot,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
Feb.  18,  1624. 

Dunkine,  George,  of  Heme,  and  Eliza- 
beth Gorham,  s.  p.  At  same.  May 
21, 1620. 

Dunkine,  George,  of  Heme,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Packe  of  Chartham, 
w.  of  William  Packe,  late  dec.     At 

5.  Andrew's,  Cant.    Jan.  21,  1631. 
Dunkin,  James,  of  West  Langdon.yeom., 

ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary  Gibbon  of 
Bettishanger,    v.,   about    20,    d.    of 


William  Gibbon,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Edward 
Dunkin  of  Goodnestone  n.  VVingham, 
and  William  Gibbon  of  Bettishanger, 
her  brother.  At  Bettishanger  or 
Tilmanstone,  one  minister  serving 
both  those  cures.     July  26,  1631. 

Dunkin,  John,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  PethamofS. 
Mildred's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Thomas  Petham,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Stephen 
Gilbert,  s.  p.,  veom.  At  S.  Mildred's. 
Jan.  16,  1629.' 

Dunkyn,  Jonathan,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  ba.,  21,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Mary  Rolfe  of  Acrise,  w. 
of  Robert  Rolfe,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Jacobus  Dunkin 
of  the  city  of  London,  cloth-worker, 
and  Richard  Cheston  of  Bishops- 
bourne,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct.  4,  1632. 

Dunkin,  Nicholas,  of  Deal,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Scarlet, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Nicholas 
Scarlet,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
affirmed  by  Christopher  Fane  of 
Cant.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
John  Goodwin  of  Sandwich,  gar- 
dener, bonds.     Dec.  22,  1642. 

Dunkine,  Robert,  of  West  Langdon, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary  Harry- 
son  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich,  w., 
about  26,  relict  of  Henry  Harryson, 
late  s.  p.,  maltster,  dec.  At  S.  An- 
drew's, Cant.  William  Dunkine  of 
Cant.,  clerk,  bonds.     Oct.  27,  1626. 

Dunkin,  Simon,  of  Deal,  seaman,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Pratt,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
32,  d.  of  widow  Pratt,  alias  Smith  {?), 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Meschac  Dunkin,  s.  p.,  carpenter. 
At  same.  John  Hutt,  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  pedlar,  bonds.     Feb.  6,  1639. 

Dunkyn,  Thomas,  of  Nackington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Wood  of 
Little  Hardres,  maiden,  about  19,  d. 
of  Thomas  Wood  late  of  Great 
Hardres,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Oct.  14,  1619. 

Dunkin,  Timothy,  of  Ash,  butcher,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Margaret  Hesell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
25,  d.  of  [blank]  Hesell,  ^Z/ajDavem- 
port,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Wood  of  Cant.,  cordwainer. 
At  Ash.  Richard  Stockden  of  Cant., 
fellmonger,  bonds.     Jan.  14,  1639. 


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306 


Dunning  (Duninge),  John,  of  Ash,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Duninge,  yeom.,  consents,  and  Mil- 
dred Fox,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Edward  Fox, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     Jan.  21,  1(542. 

Dunninge  (Donning),  May,  of  Maid- 
stone, thread-twister,  ba.,  about  24, 
whose  father  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Whineatesof  S. M.  Bredman's, Cant., 
v.,  of  the  lii^e  age,  d.  of  Thomas 
Whineates  of  Cant.,  barber,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's. 
Packnam  Mustard  of  Maidstone, 
mercer,  and  Thomas  Salker  of  Cant., 
tailor,  bonds.     Jan.  19,  1635. 

Dunings,  William,  of  Sandhurst,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  whose  mother,  Sarah 
Dunings,  alias  Bell,  consents,  and 
Mary  Springate,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
Springate,  late  s.  p..  dec.  At  same. 
William  Simons,  s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds. 
May  7,  1639. 

Duns  ley,  John,  of  Sittingboume,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  28,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Mary  Daniel,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Jeffery  Daniel  of 
Norton,  husb.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Sittingboume.    Nov.  24,  1641. 

Durant  (Darrant),  John,  of  Dover,  ship- 
wright, ba.,  about  31,  and  Jane  Cul- 
pecke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Culpeck, 
late  of  Stepney,  dec.  At  S.  RIary's 
in  Dover.  June  24,  1628.  Note.  He 
signed  "John  Durant." 

Durrant,  John,  of  Heme,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Sybil  Perce,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Randolph  Peirce,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Sylvester 
Paine  of  Heme,  husb.,  bonds.  Jan. 
31,  1630. 

Durrant,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney, 
Esquire,  widr.,  and  Catherine  Lan- 
kaster,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank]  Lankaster, 
late  dec.     At  same.     Aug.  20,  1633. 

Durban,  George,  ot  Ringwould,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Alice  Cooper  of 
Walmer,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Thomas 
Cooper,  dec,  and  of  Bridget  his  wife, 
now  widow,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  William  Lambard  of  Walmer, 
grosser,  her  son-in-law.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Oct.  3,  1628. 

Du  Sor  [Dansox  in  S.  Alphage  Reg.], 
Nicholas,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
" jarsey-weaver,"  ba.,  about  21,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Jane  Wibow,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Simeon  Wibow, 


s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Peter  du  Boys,  s.  p.,  silk- 
weaver.  At  same.  Dionisius  Wibau, 
s.  p.,  silkweaver,  bonds.  July  8, 1634. 

Duxbury  (Ducksberry),  John,  of  East 
Thorpe  in  Essex,  yeom.,  widr.,  and 
Ann  Bennet  of  Faversham,  w.  of 
Richard  Bennett,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  William  Tayler  of 
Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.  Oct.  16,  1634. 
Noie.  The  allegation  is  signed  "  John 
Dvxbery." 

Duxbery,  John,  of  Faversham,  grocer, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Jekins  "of 
Oxney  in  St.  Margarets  Atcliffe,"  v., 
about  37,  d.  of  James  Jekins,  late  of 
Oxney,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret  Atcliff. 
Dec.  19,  1637. 

Duxberry,  John,  of  Faversham.  grocer, 
widr.,  and  Alary  Andrewes  of  Lyn- 
stead,  w.  of  [blank]  Andrewes,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Bapchild  or  Norton. 
May  28,  1641. 

Duxbury,  John,  of  Faversham,  grocer, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Clarke  of  Leeds,  w. 
of  William  Clarke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Preston  n.  Faversham  or  Leeds. 
John  Simpson  of  Cant.,  grocer, 
bonds.     April  18,  1643. 

Dy,  George,  of  Ash,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
22,  son  of  George  Dy,  s.  p.,  and  Mar- 
garet Selden,  w.  of  Robert  Selden, 
late  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.,  dec.  At 
S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  Isbrand  Love 
of  Cant.,  g.,  and  John  Leedes,  s.  p., 
baker,  bonds.     Nov.  28,  1634. 

Dyer,  John,  of  Faversham,  g,,  ba.,  about 
32,  and  Mary  Bewty  of  Ospringe,  w., 
about  38,  relict  of  Thomas  Bewty, 
late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  Ospringe. 
Robert  Farnham  of  Ospringe,  clerk, 
bonds.     Dec.  16,  1624. 

Dyer,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  sea- 
man, ba.,  about  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Joan  Tatam,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  whose  parents  also  are 
dead.     At  same.     Sept.  6,  1639. 

Dynard,  Francis,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
silkweaver,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Judith  Fox  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  William 
Fox  of  the  city  of  London,  victualler, 
who  consents  by  letter.  At  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover.  John  Browne  of  Cant., 
barber-chirurgeon,  and  Cornelius 
Haslocke,  s.  p.,  chamberlain,  bonds. 
Aug.  14,  1630.   Note.   The  signature 


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308 


seems  to  read  "  fransos  dannaed  : "  it 
certainly  is  not  Dynard. 

Dynes,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
shipwright,  ba..  about  23,  and  Eliza- 
beth Clerk,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  Clerk, 
late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  same.  John  Smith 
of  Dover,  saddlt-r,  bonds.  May  22, 
1637. 

Earle,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  and 
Rebecca  Chernall.  s.  p.  At  same. 
March  10,  1621. 

Earle,  John,  of  S.  Clement's  in  Sand- 
wich, gardener,  ba.,  about  23,  whose 
father  consents, and  Martha  Summers, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24.  At  S.  M.  Magda- 
lene, Cant.     Feb.  12,  1637. 

Earles  [F.arle  in  the  margin],  William, 
of  Lenham,  clothier,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Catherine  Hooker,  s.  p.,  v., about 
21,  d.  of  Robert  Hooker,  s.  p., 
clothier,  who  consents.  At  S.  An- 
drew's, Cant.     Jan.  22,  1634. 

Earsden,  W'illiam,  of  Tilmanstone, 
yeom  ,  and  Catherine  Coveney,  s.  p., 
w.     At  same.     July  19,  1625. 

Earsley,  John,  of  Newnham,  tailor,  ba., 
30  and  upwards, and  MargaretKellam 
of  Charing,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  [blank] 
Kellam,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Margaret  Knowler,  s.  p..  v. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Aug.  2,  1645. 

Easday,  Thomas,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Aphra  Markes,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  27,  d.  of  [blank]  Markes  of 
Elham,  w.,  who  consents.  At  Ash. 
Henry  Butler  of  Goodnestone,  g., 
bonds.     May  22,  1639. 

Eason,  Bartholomew,  of  Stone  n.  Faver- 
sham,  husb.,  ba.,  21  anil  upwards,  at 
his  own  govt.,  and  Susan  Frith,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  28.  d.  of  Robert  Frith  of 
Great  Chart,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  his  son,  Esaiah  Frith.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.    Oct.  17.  1642. 

Eson,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
sailor,  and  Mary  Phillpott,  s.  p.,  v. 
At  same.     April  16,  1622. 

Eason,  Roger,  of  Lydd,  husb.,  ba.,  22 
and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Margery  Mountaine,  s.  p.,  v  ,  20  and 
upwards,  d.  of  John  Movvntaine,  s. 
p.,  beerbrewer,  who  consents.  At 
Godmersham,  because  he  hath  a 
friend  there  who  will  bestow  their 
wedding  dinner  upon  them.  April 
13,  1629. 

Eason,  Vincent,  of  Lynstead,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  36,  and  Mary  Finch,  s. 


p.,  maiden,  about  35,  d.  of  John 
Finch,  late  of  Sheldwich,  dec,  and 
now  dwelling  with  [blank]  Finch  of 
Lynstead,  her  mother,  who  consents. 
At  [blank.  This  allegation  is  in- 
complete, and  is  unsigned.  Vaca/  in 
the  margin.]  Dec.  10,  1619.  &'fne.Kt. 

Eason,  Vincent,  of  Lyn.stead,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  37,  and  Mary  Finch,  s. 
p ,  maiden,  about  36.  d.  of  John 
Finch,  late  of  Sheldwich,  dec,  "who 
lately  came  from  Joane  Finch  her 
mother  of  Linxsted,"  w.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Dec. 
16,  1619. 

East,  William,  of  Brenzet,  husb..  ba., 
about  26.  and  Margaret  Bray,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  26,  relict  of  Philip  Bray, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Thomas 
Crouchman  of  Fairfield,  yeom. .bonds. 
Nov.  24,  1627. 

Eastland,Edward,of  Cheriton,  warrencr, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Wood, 
s.  p..  maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Richard 
Wood  of  Folkestone,  husb.,  whocon- 
sents.     At  Cheriton.     July  8,   1622. 

Eastland,  John,  of  Dymchurch,  husb., 
ba.,  about  31,  and  ALir^^nret  Moore 
of  S.  Mary's  in  the  Marsh,  w.  of 
Andrew  Moore,  late  s.  ]).,  dec.     At 

5.  M.  in  the  Marsh.  Philip  East- 
land of  Saltwood,  husb.,  bonds. 
April  19,  1638. 

Eastland,  Philip,  of  Sellinge,  husb..  ba., 
about  30,  and  Martha  Collier,  v.,  of 
the  like  age,  d.  of  John  ("oilier,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  Alkham.  Jan.  9, 
1632. 

Eastnnan,  Edward,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
collarmaker,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann 
Botting  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  [blank]  Botting  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Fastman  of 
All  Sis.,  Cant.,  collarmaker,  bonds. 
Oct.  31,  1633. 

Easton,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  ba  ,  about  21  — 
Incomplete  and  crossed  out.     Sept. 

6.  1636. 

Easton,  Thomas,  of  Christ's  College, 
Oxford,  clerk,  ba.,  about  27,  and 
Agnes  Case  of  Boxley,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Mr.  George  Case,  vicar  of  the 
same  parish,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Anthony  Codwell  of 
Pluckley,  yeom.  At  Boxley.  June 
18,  1632. 


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310 


Easton,  William,  of  Wittersham,  husb., 
ba.,  upwards  of  24,  and  Mercy 
Tnisto,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  d.  of 
William  Trusto  of  Backlc3'[?Beckle3^] 
in  Sussex,  dec,  and  of  Ann  Trusto, 
alias  Pooke,  her  mother,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John 
Pooke  of  Backley  in  Sussex,  husb., 
bonds.     April  3,  1620. 

Eaton,  John,  of  Wingham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Mary  Sheathcr,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  27,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Feb.  5, 
1634. 

Eaton,  Nicholas,  of  Dover,  Jurat,  widr., 
about  53,  and  Joan  Gibbs  of  Horsley- 
down  n.  London,  w.,  about  40,  relict 
of  John  Gibbs,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  26,  1626. 

Eaton,  Nicholas,  of  Dover,  merchant, 
ba.,  about  2.5,  son  of  Nicholas  Eaton, 
late  Jurat,  dec, and  Elizabeth  Gibbon 
of  Westcliff,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Matt- 
hew Gibbon,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  Westcliff.     April  9,  1038. 

Eaton,  Richard,  of  Ewell,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Richardine  Parker,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  William  Parker  of 
Adisham,  husb.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Martha  Parker,  wife  of 
the  said  William,  and  mother  of 
Richardine.  At  Ewell.  Dec.  9,  1639. 

Eaton,  Thomas,  of  S.  George  the  Mar- 
tyr in  Southwark,  Surrey,  g.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Elizabeth  Rromefield 
of  Staple,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Staple.  Bruno  Disbro, 
Academise  Cantabrig.,  g.,  bonds. 
Dec.  26,  1632. 

Eaton,  William,  of  Sittingbourne,  chap- 
man, widr.,  about  -50,  and  Joan  Winch, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30,  whose  friends 
are  all  dead.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
May  1,  1620. 

Eaton,  William,  of  S.  Michael's,  Harhle- 
down,  tailor,  widr.,  and  Alice  Becket, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  John  Becket, 
dec,  and  of  Susan  Becket,  alias 
Fussett,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
tin's, Cant.     Nov.  22,  1632. 

Eaton,  William,  of  Dover,  grocer,  ba., 
about  25,  son  of  Nicholas  Eaton,  s. 
p.,  merchant,  who  consents,  and 
Susan  Witherden  of  Tenterden,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  John  Witherden,  s. 
p.,g.,  whoalso  consents,  asis  testified 
by  Thomas  Witherden  of  Cant.  g. 
At  New  Romncy.     July  7,  1635. 


Eborne,  Cheiny,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
g.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Martha  Sacrey 
of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about 
18,  d.  of  William  Sacrey,  late  of 
Preston  n.  Faversham,  g.,  dec.  about 
12  years  since,  and  now  under  the 
govt,  of  George  Bachelour  of  Chart- 
ham,  g.,  who  consents.  At  Milton 
n.  Cant.,  by  reason  that  Mr.  George 
Bachelour,  cousin  of  the  said  Mar- 
tha Sacrey,  dwelleth  at  Chartham, 
whither  from  Milton  they  intend  to 
go,  and  there  to  keep  their  wedding 
dinner.     July  1,  1623. 

Eborne,  Richard,  of  Hythe,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Mary  Knight  of 
Aldington,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
Richard  Knight,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Aldington.  John  Smith  of  Cant., 
haberdasher  of  hats,  bonds.  Dec. 
1,  1619. 

Ede,  (Fade),  Edward,  of  S.  Nicholas 
Atwade,  maltster,  ba.,  26  and  up- 
wards, whose  father,  William  Eade 
of  Minster,  maltster,  consents,  and 
Susan  Quested  of  S.  N.  Atwade,  v., 
aijoiit  19,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Quested, 
alias  Wattes,  who  also  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  her  husband,  William 
Wattes,  g.  At  S.  N.  Atwade.  March 
29,  1645. 

Eed,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
weaver,  widr.,  about  30,  and  Ann 
Cockling,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  Alkham. 
Stephen  Boys  of  Cant.,  clothworker, 
bonds.     Dec  21,  1626.     See  Heed. 

Edenden,  Edmond.     See  Iddenden. 

Edes,  Samuel,  of  New  Romne}',  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Sarah  James,  s.  p.,  w.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Evans 
of  Thanington,  haberdasher,  bonds. 
May  31,  1638. 

Edge,  Percivall,  of  Dover,  shipcarpenter, 
ba  ,  about  22,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Mary  Verrier  of  Sutton  n. 
Dover,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  William 
Verrier,  s.  p.,  yeom  ,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  George  Edge 
of  Dover,  vintner.  At  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover.     Jan.  17,  1642. 

Edge,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  shoemaker, 
ba.,  about  21,  son  of  Mary  Boult,  s. 
p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Giles  Smith,  s.  p.,  saddler,  and  Mary 
Smith,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23  or  24,  d.  of 
John  Smith,  s.  p.,  saddler,  who  also 
consents.     At     All     Saints',     Cant. 


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312 


Thomas  Smith  of  Cant.,  innholder,  bonds. 
April  9,  1639. 

Ed  man,  Edward,  of  Dover,  labourer, 
widr.,  and  Susan  Elgar  of  Ripple, 
maiden,  30  and  upwards,  d.  of  John 
Elgar,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Paul's,  Cant.     Oct.  20,  1628. 

Edmed,  John,  of  Lynton,  butcher,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Gray  of 
Sandhurst,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
Peter  Gray,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec. 
At  Lynton.     April  25,  1620. 

Edmed,  Robert,  of  Frittenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Elizabeth  Austen,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Richard  Austen  of 
BoughtonWalherbe,  yeom.,  who con- 
.sents.  At  Kennington.  July  14,  1640. 

Edmed,  Thomas,  of  Lynton,  ba.,  about 
28,  and  Catherine  Rogers,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Griflin  Rogers, 
late  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     June  21,  1619. 

Edmunds  (Edmandes),  Edward,  of 
Snieeth,  gardener,  ba.,  about  27, 
whose  parents  are  dead,  and  Ann 
Lurchin,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
widow  Lurchin  of  East  Mailing,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Edward 
Popioy  of  Smeeth,  husb.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.  Peter  De  Lannoy 
of  Cant.,  merchant,  bonds.  Feb.  6, 
1639. 

Edmundes,  John,  of  Woodchurch, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Lobill 
of  Warehorne,  w.  of  William  Lobill 
the  elder,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Kennard- 
ington.  Robert  Tilden  of  Wood- 
church,  g.,  bonds.     May  1,  1641. 

Edmundes,  Robert,  of  Iden  in  Sussex, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  33,  and  Grace  Gee 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
George's.     Feb.  1,  1633. 

Edolph,  Robert,  of  the  Monastery  of  S. 
Radigund  n.  Dover,  g.,  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Mary  Evering  of  Alkham,  v., 
about  fifteen,  d.  of  John  Evering  of 
Evering  in  the  said  parish  of  Alkham, 
g.,  dec,  and  now  in  the  tuition  and 
govt,  of  her  grandmother,  one  Joice 
Euering,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  William  Bageant,  yeom. 
At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  June  23, 
1629. 

Edolph,  Thomas,  of  the  city  of  London, 
Esquire,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Barbara 
Edolph,    v.,    about  _17,    d.   of    Sir 


Thomas  Edolph  of  S.  Radigund's 
Abbey  [n.  Dover],  Knight,  who  con- 
sents by  letter.  At  Alkham  or  Ewell. 
Robert  Edolph  of  S.  Radigund's 
Abbey,  g..  and  George  Gardner,  s 
p.,  yeom.,  bonds.     May  31,  1631. 

Edsforth,  William,  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  upholster,  ba.,  20 
and  upwards,  and  Frances  Herst  of 
Hackington,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Mr. 
James  Herst,  clerk,  vicar  there,  who 
consents.  At  Hackington.  John 
Somner  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch., 
bonds.     April  24,  1639. 

Edwardes,  Alexander,  of  Halstow, husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ursula  Beckett  of 
Bobbing,  maiden,  about  16,  d.  of 
Christopher  Beckett,  late  of  Milton 
n.  Sittingbourne,  husb.,  dec,  and 
now  under  the  govt,  of  her  mother, 
Ann  Beckett,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Beckett  of 
Bobbing,  brother  to  the  said  Ursula. 
At  All  Saints',  Cant.     Oct.  6,   1623. 

Edwardes,  Anthony,  of  Cant.,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Ledger 
of  Faversham,  w.  of  Robert  Ledger, 
late  s.  p.,  vintner,  dec.  At  Boughton 
Blean.     Feb.  22,  1637. 

Edwardes,  Anthony,  of  Eastry,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Mihell,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Richard  Mihell,  late  of  Bishops- 
bourne,  dec.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Paul  Browninge  of  Eastry,  yeom., 
bonds.     April  4,  1614. 

Edwards,  Arthur,  of  Maidstone,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Ursula  Scott  of 
Boxley,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of 
Stephen  Scott,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec. 
about  a  year  and  a  half  since.  At 
Newington  n.  Sittingbourne.  July 
20,  162L 

Edwards,  Christopher,  of  Ewell,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Birks  of  Barham,  maiden, 
about  30,  d.  of  John  Birks,  late  of 
S,  Margaret  Atcliff",  husb.,  dec  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     Jan.  7,    1621. 

Edwardes,  Edward,  of  Willesborough, 
hempdresser,  ba.,  about  38,  and  Sarah 
Seaberry  of  Ashford,  v.,  about  46.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     June  6,   1628. 

Edwardes,  George,  of  Cliff'ord's  Inn, 
London,  g.,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
father,  Bartholomew  Edwardes,  g., 
consents,  and  Dorothy  Cobb  of  Lyn- 
stead,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Mrs.  Cobb, 
s.   p.,    w.,   who  also  consents.      At 


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314 


Lynstead  or  Teynham.  George  Upton 
of Faversham,  g.,  bonds.  Sept.  7, 1640. 
Edwardes,  George,  of  Clifford's  Inn, 
London,  g.,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
father,  Bartholomew  Edwardes,  g., 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Otwell 
Shrubsole  of  Lynstead,  yeom.,  and 
Elizabeth  Cobb  of  Lynstead,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  Mary  Cobb,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
also  consents.  (It  is  further  alleged 
that,  though  the  said  George  here- 
tofore obtained  a  licence  from  this 
Court  to  marry  Dorothy  Cobb,  sister 
of  the  said  Elizabeth,  yet  he  is  not 
contracted  to  her,  nor  hath  he  mar- 
ried her  bv  virtue  of  the  said  licence). 
At  Lynstead.     Oct.  12,  1640. 

Edwardes,  James,  of  Iden  in  Sussex, 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary 
Young  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Thomas  Young,  s.  p., 
innholder,  who  consents.  April  8, 
1634. 

Edwardes,  John,  of  Tenterden,  g.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Frances  Curtis,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Warehorne  or  Woodchurch. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by 
Robert  Curtis  of  Tenterden,  g.  Dec. 
12,  1629. 

Edwards,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  sailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Susan  Lovelace,  s.  p  ,  maiden,  about 
25,  d.  of  Solomon  Lovelace,  s.  p., 
cordwyner,  who  consents.  At  same. 
Solomon  Love  (stc)  aforesaid,  bonds. 
Jan.  19,  1623. 

Edwardes,  Peter,  and  Ellen  Watson,  of 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  At  same.  Feb. 
24.  1625. 

Edwardes,  Phineux,  of  Faversham,  g., 
ba.,  about  20,  whose  father  is  dead, 
and  he  now  at  the  govt,  of  his  grand- 
father, Reignold  Edwardes,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents,  and  Mary  Cobb,  s.  p., 
v.,  20,  d.  of  Mary  Cobb,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Cobb,  Esquire.  At  Preston 
n.  Faversham.  Thomas  Osborne  of 
Chilham,  ar\_migfr],  bonds.  Jan.  21, 
1638. 

Edwardes,  Robert,  of  Hartlip,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Alice  Boate  of 
Newington  n.  Sittingbournc,  v.,  about 
28,  d.  of  Henry  Boate,  s.  p.,  g.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Paine  of  Rainham,  yeom.  At  Stock- 
bury.     Feb.  8,  1631. 


Edwardes,  Thomas,  of  Hollingbourne, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Dorothy  Carter,  s.  p.,  v., 
17  (?)  and  upwards,  d.  of  Walter 
Carter,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
Feb.  14,  1628. 

Edwardes,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  seaman, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Kcmpe,  s.  p.,  22 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  James's  in  Dover.  Arthur 
Southhouse  of  Ewell,  weaver,  bonds. 
Feb.  23,  1638. 

Edwardes,  William,  clerk,  curate  of 
Newchurch,  [described  in  his  licence 
to  the  curacy  as  B.A.]  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Martha  Coule  of  Hythe,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  Henry  Coule,  late  of 
New  Romney,  dec,  and  now  in  the 
govt,  of  Ann  Coule,  a/i'as  Prowd, 
wife  of  Michael  Prowd  of  Hythe, 
who  consents.  At  Saltwood.  Nov. 
11,1619. 

Edwardes,  William,  of  Stockbury,  husb., 
ba  ,  about  30,  and  Bennet  Johnson 
of  Hollingbourne,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of 
Edward  Johnson,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
AtS.  Mildred's,  Cant.  June  11,  163 L 

Edwardsome,  William,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  husb.,  ba.,  about  38,  and 
Abigail  Pensax  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  maiden,  about  26,  d.  of 
Joseph  Pensax,  s.  p..  mariner,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Symon 
Minchard  of  S.  Mary's,  innholder.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  May  6,  1622. 

Effield,  John,  of  Otham,  carpenter,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Ann  Dadson  of  Maidstone,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Ambrose  Dadson,  s. 
p.,  husb.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Langley.  Henry  Dowd  of  Tenterden, 
husb.,  bonds.     May  2,  1635. 

Effeild,  John,  of  Brabourne,  husb.,  widr  , 
and  Sarah  Freind,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Thomas  Freind,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Feb.  21,  1638. 

Effeild,  John,  of  Brabourne,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Bayly,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  John  Bayly,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
John  Greene  of  Brabourne,  yeom., 
bonds.     Nov.  4,  1641. 

Effeild,  Matthew,  of  Sittingbourne,  g., 
ba.,  26,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Joan 
Champ,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of 
John  Champ,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     May  7,  1628. 


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316 


Effeild,  Ralph,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  tailor, 
widr.,  about  33,  and  Thomasine 
Rowell  of  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant., 
w.,  about  38,  relict  of  Gilbert  Rowell, 
late  .s.  p.,  dec.  At  Nackington. 
Mav  14,  1625. 

Effeild,'  Robert,  of  Selling  [or  Scllinge], 
husb.,  ba.,  about  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Wilson,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Solomon  Wilson,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
March  11,  1633. 

Effeld,  William,  of  Hinxhill,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Margaret  Smecd  of 
Mersham,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Robert 
Smeed,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Mersham.     Aug.  4.  1635. 

Egel I,  Timothy,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  fell- 
monger,  ba.,  60  at  least,  and  Kath- 
erine  Backe  of  Chartham,  v.,  about 
32or33.  AtChartham.June23,  1645. 

Eglestone,  Henry,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Thomasine  Coppin,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
54,  relict  of  John  Coppin,  late  s.  p., 
mariner,  dec.  about  4  years  since. 
At  Monkton,  "by  reason  that  the 
.said  Thomasine  Coppin,  who  was 
coming  with  them  to  obtain  this 
licence,  fell  sick  by  the  way,  and  so 
not  able  to  come  through  with 
them."     July  31,  1623. 

Egglestone,  Henry,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  innholder,  widr.,  and  Jane 
Kerby,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  same.  Jan. 
28,  1G33. 

Eggleston,  Hugh,  of  Tenterden,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary  Turner,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  36,  whose  parents  are 
long  since  dead.  At  Wye.  July  29, 
1630. 

Egleston,  John,  of  Winchelseain  Sussex, 
g.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  jane  Sparke  of 
Hougham,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Chitch  Sparke,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents.  At  Hougham.  Nov.  25,  1624. 

Eldridge,  John,  of  Sandwich,  mercer, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Elwood, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  16,  d.  of  William  and 
Susan  Elwood,  dec,  now  under  the 
govt,  of  Mr.  Thomas  Gardiner,  clerk, 
vicar  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich,  who 
consents.  At  S.  RLiry's.  RLiy  2,  1634. 

Elgar,  Henry,  of  Ripple,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Younge  of  Ringwould,  v.,  about  21, 
d.  of  William  Yonge,  s.  p.,  yeom., 


who  consents.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Aug.  25,  1628. 

Elgar,  Henry,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Jane  Goldock,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d. 
of  John  Goldock,  dec,  and  of  widow 
Goldock,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents. 
At  same.  William  Elgar  of  Cant., 
tailor,  bonds.     Oct.  5,  1632. 

Elgar,  Ingram,  of  Eastry,  and  Mary 
Heyward  of  Northbourne.  At  Eastry. 
Feb.  7,   1623. 

Elgar,  William,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  35, 
and  Elizabeth  Palmer  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of  John 
Palmer,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.  Thomas  Sturmyn  of  the 
Precincts  aforesaid,  g.,  bonds.  Oct. 
3,  1621. 

Elham,  William,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Agnes  Clarke,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Anthony  Gierke,  late  s.  p., 
sailor,  dec.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Vincent  Twyman  of  S.  Peter's  in  T., 
husb.,  bonds.     Feb.  21,  1636. 

Ellen,  John,  of  Luddenham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Sarah  Sead  of  Leave- 
land,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  George 
Sead,  late  of  Throwley,  yeom  ,  dec. 
about  10  years  since,  and  now  in  the 
govt,  of  Mary  Sead,  alias  Vine  (j), 
of  Throwley,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Henry  Martin  of  JakI- 
denham,  husb.  At  Leavcland.  June 
22,  1623. 

Ellenden,  Richard,  of  Whitstable, 
fisherman,  widr.,  and  Ann  Swanton, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Swanton,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  May 
3,  1634. 
Ellenden,  Thomas,  of  WHiitstable, 
.sailor,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Aueline 
Spice,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  Spice, 
late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Edward  Gonistone  of  Cant.,  clerk, 
bonds.  RLay  1.  1632. 
Ellenden,  Thomas, of  Seasalter, seaman, 
widr.,  and  Agnes  Bucke  of  Whit- 
stable, w.  of  John  Bucke,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
George  Evans  of  Whitstable,  seaman, 
bonds.  June  23,  1642. 
Ellet,  Robert,  of  Woodchurch,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann  Tayler  of 
Halden,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Edward 
Tayler  of  Adisham,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents.    At  Eastling.     July  23,  1631. 


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318 


Ellinge,  Stephen,  of  Sheldwich,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt  ,  and 
Jane  Wanstall,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     Dec.  15,  1G2.5. 

Elliot,  Edward,  of  Rolvenden,  liusl).,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Dionise  Wasters  of 
Wittersham,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Richard  Masters  of  'I'enterden,  liusb., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Henry  Siseley  of  Rolvenden,  husb. 
At  Wittersham.     July  20,  1(521. 

Elliot,  Edward,  of  Boughton  Malherbe, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  34,  and  Mar- 
garet Lay,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  ]M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.     March  13,  1627. 

Elliott,  Edward,  of  Great  Chan,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  32,  and  Rebecca  Kempe, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  John  Kempe, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  brother,  Thomas  Kempe,  s.  p. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Feb.  IG, 
1628. 

Elliott,  Edward,  of  Tenterden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Glover  of  the 
Chapelry  of  Ebony,  w.  of  Stephen 
Glover,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Tenter- 
den or  the  Chapel  of  Ebony.  Jacobus 
Tampsett  of  Tenterden,  bioadweaver, 
bonds.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  Rd.  Birkhened,  Notary  Public, 
who  had  a  letter  from  John  Wither- 
den  of  Tenterden,  g.,  testifying,  etc. 
Nov.  10,  1640. 

Elliott,  John,  of  Eastling,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  2.5,  and  Alice  Greenstreet  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  James 
Greenstreet,  dec,  and  of  Ann  (jreen- 
street,  w.,  with  whom  she  liveth,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  John 
Bunce  of  Eastling,  yeom.  At  East- 
ling.     Sept.  29,  1631. 

Elliott,  John,  of  Eastling,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Mildred  Croydon  of  Little  Chart, 
w.  of  Samuel  Croydon,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  L.  Chart.     Oct.  28,  1641. 

Ellis,  Daniel,  of  Cant.,  cord  winder,  widr., 
about  27,  and  Susan  Kinge  of  Willes- 
borough,  maiden,  about  25,  now 
dwelling  with  [blank]  Kinge,  s.  p., 
her  mother,  who  consents.  AtBadles- 
mere.     May  6,  1620. 

Ellis,  Daniel,  of  Hothfield,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Sarah 
Virgin  of  Godmersham,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  [blank]  Virgin,  s.  p., 
dec,    and    now    abiding   with    her 


mother,  [blank]  Virgin,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents  as  is  testified  by  Jefferey 
Pye  of  Lynstead,  carpenter.  At  God- 
mersham.    Jan.  22,  1621. 

Ellis,  Edward,  of  Benendcn,  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  about  36,  and  Ann 
Cooke,  s.  p.,  about  22,  d.  of  Richard 
Cooke,  s.  p.,  glover,  who  consents, 
and  makes  and  signs  this  allegation. 
At  Frittenden.     April  19,  1620. 

Ellis,  Edward,  of  Great  Cliart,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Ann  Wilmot,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Ann  Wilmot,  other- 
wise Jenkin,  of  Maidstone,  w.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Robert 
Bull  of  Hothfield,  yeom.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  George  Rutting  of 
Bethersden,  butcher,  bonds.  Jan. 
15.  1639. 

Ellis,  Edward,  of  Teynham,  husb.,  ba.. 
about  25,  and  Margaret  Larkin  of 
Bapchild,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.  William  Mather  of  Cant., 
musician,  bonds.     April  5,  1641. 

Ellis,  Edward,  of  Milstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Mary  Hysted,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Richard  Hysted.  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Dunstan's, 
Cant.     Nov.  24,  1641. 

Ellis,  John,  of  Egerton,  cluthier,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Mary  Gorham  of  Dav- 
ington,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Thomas  Gorham  of  Egerton,  who 
consents.  At  Davington.  Oct.  14, 
1619. 

Ellis,  John,  of  Lenham,  bricklayer,  ba., 
23  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Thomasine  Davis,  s.  p.,  v.,  21 
and  upwards,  d.  of  John  Davis,  late 
s.  p.,  biicklayer,  dec,  and  now  at 
her  own  govt.  At  Stockbury,  "be- 
cause there  is  one  Christopher 
Partridge  of  the  same  parish  his 
uncle  who  will  bestow  a  wedding 
dinner  upon  them."     Nov.  10,  1623. 

Ellis,  John,  of  Smeeth,  cordwainer,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Joan  Gilphin  of  L)'m- 
inge,  v.,  about  25  or  26,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.  ']  homas  Sanders  of  Elham, 
yeom.,  and  Henry  Allen  of  S.  Alph- 
age, Cant.,  bonds.     May  12,  1642. 

Ellis,  Joshua,  of  Westminster,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  INIargaret  Neylour  of 
the   Precincts    of  Ch.    Ch.,'   Cant., 


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maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Robert  Ney- 
lour,  late  of  Cant.,  g.,  dec,  and 
now  under  the  govt,  of  Mr.  Isaac 
Bargrave.D.D.,  Prebendary  of  Christ- 
church,  who  consents.  At  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.  Robert  Bargrave  of  Bridge, 
g.,  bonds.     July  29,  1624. 

Ellis,  Nicholas,  of  Boughton  Aluph, 
miller,  widr.,  about  53,  and  Priscilla 
Blundell,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d. 
of  John  Blundell  of  Wye,  bricklayer, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
July  17,  1623. 

Ellis,  Peter,  of  Maidstone,  hosier,  widr., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Hunt  of  Good- 
nestone  n.  Faversham,  maiden,  about 
21,  d.  of  Mr.  John  Hunt  s.  p.,  clerk, 
who  consents.  At  Preston  n.  Faver- 
sham.    Nov.  2,  1622. 

Ellis,  Peter,  of  Marden,  husb.,  widr.,  and 
Bridget  Vndrill,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  28, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
Sept.  21,  1640. 

Ellis,  Richard,  of  Wye,  tapster,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Joan 
Pell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  Wye.  Simon 
Overall  of  Cant.,  hoastler,  bonds. 
May  15,  1630. 

Ellis,  Richard,  of  Milstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mildred  Histed  of 
Newnham,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Richard 
Histed  of  Milsted,  husb.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John 
Ellis  of  Milstead,  carpenter,  bonds. 
Sept.  6.  1632. 

Ellis,  Robert,  of  Cranbrook,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Joan  Lawrence,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  34,  relict  of  Thomas  Law- 
rence, s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Aug.  13,  1623. 

Ellis,  Robert,  the  younger,  of  Atry 
[Ottery]  St.  Mary  in  Devonshire,  g., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  Robert 
Ellis,  consents,  and  Jane  Razell  of 
Maidstone,  v.,  about  22,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  Boxley.  Francis 
Crispe  of  Maidstone,  g.,  and  Thomas 
Branker  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  June 
30,  1638. 

Ellis,  Roger,  of  Ickham,  maltster,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Catherine  Smith  of  S. 
Peter's  in  Thanet,  w.  of  Thomas 
Smith,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Jan.  31,  1637. 

Ellis,  Thomas,  of  Barham,  cooper,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Joan  Stainsby  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  w.,  about  40,  relict 


of  Matthew  Stainsby,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
about  18  months  since.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.     Oct.  10,  1622. 

Ellis,  Thomas,  of  Westbere,  husb.,  ba., 
30  and  upwards,  and  Agnes  Giles,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  James  Giles,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  John 
Ellis  of  Cosmus  and  Damian  in  le 
Bleane,husb.,  bonds.     May 28,  1632. 

Ellis,  Thomas,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Alice  Willis, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Willis, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Elizabeth  Willis,  mother  of  the  said 
Alice.  At  .same.  Richard  Barber 
of  Bradfield,  Yorksh.,  hatmaker, 
bonds.     Oct.  2,  1633. 

Ellis,  Thomas,  of  Doddington,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  33,  and  Bennet  Billes,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  widow  Billes 
of  East  Sutton,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Robert  Waterer 
of  Sittingbourne,  miller,  and  Thomas 
Plummer  of  Newnham,  husb.,  bonds. 
May  25,  1635. 

Ellis,  Thomas,  of  Leeds,  blacksmith,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Dabbs  of 
Detling,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Joan 
Dabbs,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Chapman  of 
Aylsford,  bricklayer.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.     Feb.  15,  1641. 

Elmestone,  Isaac,  of  Boughton  Aluph, 
husb.,  widr., and  Bennet  Titherden  of 
Wye,  w.  of  Matthew  T3'thcrden,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Wye.  Jacobus  Dadson 
of  B.  Aluph,  miller,  bonds.  Aug.  25, 
1640. 

Elmeston,  Isaac,  of  Wye,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Mary  Wattes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30, 
d.  of  James  Wattes,  who  consents. 
At  Godmersham  or  Kennington. 
Richard  Fuller  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  and  Jacobus  Dodson  of 
Boughton  Aluph,  miller,  bonds. 
Sept.  25,  1641. 

Elmestone,  Richard,  of  Lenham, yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Jane  Brockwell, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  John  Brock- 
well,  s.  p.,  maltster,  who  consents. 
At  Frinstead.     Aug.  21,  1637. 

Elmston,  Thomas. — Gervase  Maplisden 
ofMaidstone,  g.,  alleges  that  Thomas 
Elmston,  s.  p.,  clerk,  ba.,  about  30, 
intends  to  marry  Catherine  Manley 
of  Cranbrook,  v.,  of  the  same  age ; 
but  in  regard  of  some  extraordinary 
busines  the  said  Mr.  Elmston  can- 


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not  come  in  person  for  this  licence. 
At  Cranbrook  or  Staplehurst.     Sept. 

20,  1638. 

Elmton,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  [?  in 
Thanet],  fisherman,  ba.,  about  44, 
and  Joan  Elinor,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  27,  d.  of  John  Elinor,  late 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich,  husb., 
dec.  about  20  years  since,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Lawrence 
aforesaid.     Aug.  4,  1621. 

EIner,  William,  of  Woodnesborough, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Snode  of  Chartham,  maiden,  about 
22,  d.  of  Richard  Snode,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Paul's,  Cant. 
Oct.  16,  1619. 

Elinor,  William,  of  Ickham, yeom.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Fuller,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas 
Fuller,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.  Henry  Jenkin  of 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     March  19,  1634. 

Els,  Thomas,  of  Charing,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Susan  Turtle  of  Throwley,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Christopher  Turtle, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     June  10,  1644. 

Elscomb, Nicholas,  of  Ivychurch,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Alice  Wells,  s.  p  ,  w.  of 
Nicholas  Wells,  late  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas  Gayler 
of  Brookland,  husb.,  bonds.     Nov. 

21,  1636. 

Elscomb,  Nicholas,  of  Old  Romney, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Amy  Streating  of 
Ivychurch,  w.  of  Mr.  John  Streating, 
late  of  Brookland,  clerk,  dec.  At 
Brookland  or  Snargate.  Edward 
Wright  of  Brookland,  yeom.,  and 
John  Wright  of  Brenzet,  clothier, 
bonds.     June  5,   1646. 

Elslnge,  Henry,  Esquire. — Daniel  Allen 
of  Tenterden,  clothier,  alleges  that 
Henry  Elsingc,  Esquire,  intends  to 
marry  Margaret  Tyas  of  Tenterden, 
V. — At  Staplehurst.  The  said  Daniel 
Allen,  and  Richard  Birkhened  of 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     Oct.  19,  1636. 

Elson,  Roger,  of  Worth,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  46,  and  Alice  Joanes  of 
Minster  in  Thanet,  w.,  about  43, 
relict  of  Matthew  Joanes,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
July  25,  1627. 

Elson,  Roger,  of  Worth,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Naomi  Swift  of  Sandwich,  w.  of 
Augustine  Swift,  late  of  Norwich, 
dec.     At  S.   M.   Magdalene,    Cant. 


Henry  Dryland  of  Sandwich,  tailor, 
bonds.     March  30,  1635. 

Elsted,  Thomas,  of  Chartham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Margery  Hills,  s.  p.,  w. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Thomas  Bee- 
ston  of  Cant.,  baker,  bonds.  Aug. 
10,  1639. 

Elvin,  Allen,  of  Leysdown,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Susan  Osborne  of  Harly,  w.  of 
John  Osborne,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
I\L  Bredman's,  Cant.  Edward  An- 
drew of  Dover,  fellmonger,  bonds. 
Feb.  10,  1640. 

Elvin,  Ellice,  of  Iwade,  and  Mary  Wy- 
marke  of  Reculver.  At  Reculver. 
Dec.  30,  1639. 

Elvin,  Henry,  of  Leysdown  in  Shcppy, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  23,  and  Catherine 
]\Iartin  of  Badlesmere,  w.  of  Charles 
Martin,  late  of  the  city  of  London, 
g.,  dec.  At  Badlesmere.  Allen  Elvin 
of  Leysdown,  yeom.,  bonds.  June 
27,  1628. 

Ellvin,  Samuel,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
silkweaver,  widr.,  about  38,  and 
Elizabeth  Myles,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
23,  d.  of  Henry  Miles,  late  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  linenweaver,  dec, 
and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
Michael's,  Harbledown.  June  22, 
1622. 

Eluyn,  Samuel,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
millencr,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Clarke  of  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Lsaac  Clarke,  s.  p.,  bricklayer,  who 
also  consents  by  a  note  under  his 
hand.  AtThanington.  Bartholomew 
Clarke  of  Cant.,  bricklayer,  bonds. 
Dec.  15,  1632. 

EIvy,  Edward,  of  Badlesmere,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Repentance  Larkine, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  May 
1,  1635. 

EIvy,  Edward,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
g.,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father  con- 
sents, and  Alice  Barley  of  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Sarah,  the  wife  of  Peter  Evans,  g., 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's, 
Cant.,orHackington.  Feb.  19,  1660. 

Elvie,  Robert,  of  Aldington,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Margaret  \Vhitinge  of 
Mersham,  v.,  about  21,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  George 
Winter  of  Aldington,  yeom.  At  Mer- 
sham.    July  2,  1633. 

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Elvie,  Roger,  of  Brookland,  yeom.,  about 
45,  and  Judith  Minge  of  Ivychurch, 
v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Sept.  7, 
1624. 

Elvie,  Thomas,  of  Throwley,  husb.,  ba., 
about  34,  and  Mary  Snode,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  whose  motlier,  Susan  Snode, 
consents,  as  istestifiedbyherbrother, 
Richard  Snode,  s.  p.  At  Leaveland. 
Feb.  2,  1628. 

EIvy,  Thomas,  of  Aldington,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  whose  mother,  JuHan 
Elvie,  consents,  and  Mary  Hogben  of 
Mersham,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Mary 
Hogben,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  son,  Richard 
Hogben.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Robert  Elvy  of  Aldington,  yeom., 
bonds.     Oct.  17,  1639. 

Elvie,  Thomas,  and  Elizabeth  Burton,  of 
Westwcll.    At  same.    March  1,  1640. 

El  wood,  Charles,  of  Dover,  g.,ba.,  about 
22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Stodolph,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
John  Loonies  of  Dover,  innholder, 
bonds.     Feb.  17,  1628. 

Ellwood,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, baker,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary 
Jacob  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  John  Jacob, 
s.  p..  Jurat,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Edmund  Payne,  s.  p.  "  mar- 
cer."  At  S.  Mary's  aforesaid.  Aug. 
27,  1622. 

Elwood,  William,  of  the  city  of  London, 
clothworker,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Catherine  Goodwyn  of  Dover, 
maiden,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  July 
30,  1625. 

Elwyn,  Richard,  of  Selling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mildred  Cheesman  of 
Sheldwich,  w.  of  Nicholas  Chees- 
man, late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Southouse  and  Chris- 
topher Southouse  of  Selling,  yeom., 
bonds.     Oct.  21,  1628. 

Elwyn,  Thomas,  of  Stalisfiekl,  g.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Ann  Standley  of  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Mr.  John  Standle}-,  one  of  the 
Aldermen  of  Cant.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's.     Aug.  15,  1628. 

Ely,  Henry,  of  Smarden,  clerk,  M.A., 
ba.,  30  and  upwards,  and  Ruth  Bull, 


s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Robert  Bull, 
dec,  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
Egerton.     Sept.  15,  1630.  ' 

Ely,  James,  of  Sittingbourne,  hackney- 
man,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Dorothy 
Dawling,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Daw- 
ling,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Bapchild. 
Hugh  Everett  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
brewer,  bonds.     Feb.  5,  1640. 

Ely,  Nicholas,  of  Charing,  g.,  ba.,  about 
24,  and  MarySomner  of  S.Margaret's, 
Cant.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
William  Somner,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents, as  also  does  Mr.  Robert  Ely, 
clerk,  father  of  the  said  Nicholas. 
At  Charing.     Aug.  23,  1625. 

Eely,  Robert,  and  Margaret  Honny,  w., 
of  Staplehurst.  At  same.  Dec.  20, 
1638. 

Embleton,  Cutbert,  of  Rainham,  sea- 
faringman,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann 
Bax,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Richard 
Bax,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  tes- 
tified by  Richard  Helby,  s.  p.,  sea- 
faringman.     At  same.    Feb.  3,  1637. 

Emptage,  Daniel,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Agnes  Deverson,  s.  p.,  v..  about  28, 
d.  of  Thomas  Deverson  of  S.  Law- 
rence [in  Thanet],  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant  John 
Emptage  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
and  Thomas  Emptage  of  S.  Peter's 
in  Thanet,  yeomen,  bonds.  Nov. 
24,  1628. 

Emptage,  Edward,  clerk,  I\LA.,  vicar  of 
Postling,  widr.,  and  Amy  Plummer 
of  Brabourne,  w.  of  [blank]  Plum- 
mer, late  of  Alkham,  dec.  At  Little- 
bourne.     Feb.  23.  1632. 

Emptage,  Mr.  Edward,  clerk,  vicar  of 
Postling,  widr.,  and  Mary  Hawtrey 
of  Kennington,  w.  of  John  Hawtrey, 
late  of  Ashford,  dec.  At  Sellinge, 
Postling  or  Stanford.  Nov.  18,  1643. 

Emptage,  Gabriel,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  mariner,  ba.,  about  29,  and 
LsabellaHartlej',  s.p.,v.,d.  of  [blank] 
Hartley,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Mr.  Thomas  Grant,  clerk. 
At  same.  John  Grant  of  Cant., 
m bonds.     Feb.  8,  1636. 

Emptage,  John,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Hester  Appleton, 
s.  p.,  wife  of  John  Appleton,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Edward  Taddy  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Sept.  30,  1634. 


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Emptage,  Jolin,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
ycom.,  ba.,  about  21,  whose  fatlier 
consents,  and  Mary  Fuller  of  Minster 
in  Thanet,  v.  about  18,  d.  of  Edward 
Fuller,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Minster.     Oct.  8,  1636. 

Emptage,  John,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Martha  Peers  of 
Nackington,  v.,  40  and  upwards,  d. 
of  Thomas  Peers,  who  consents.  At 
Nackington.     Oct.  II,  1645. 

Emptage,  Ralph,  of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade, 
yeom  ,  ba.,  about  22,  s.  of  Edward 
Emptage,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
and  Sibyl  Tomlyn  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
Stephen  Tomlyn,  late  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  Nicholas  Atwade.  April 
24,  1624. 

Emptage,  Thomas,  of  S.  Nicholas 
Atwade,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Agnes  Archer,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  18,  whose  mother, 
Jane  Archer  of  Monkton,  w.,  con- 
sents. At  S.  Nicholas.  March  31, 
1G27. 

Emptage,  Thomas,  of  S.  Nicholas 
Atwade,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Mary  Goteley  of  Petham,  v.,  about  26, 
d.  of  Lawrence  Goteley  of  Molash, 
yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Simon  Rlaxland  of  Petham,  husb. 
At  Petham,  June  11,  1634. 

Engeham,  Edward,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  27  and  upwards,  and 
Ann  Lovelace  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  the  Worshipful 
Lancelot  Lovelace,  s.  p.,  Esquire, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's. 
Francis  Lovelace  of  Cant.,  bonds. 
Aug.  1,  1628. 

Engeham,  John,  of  Sandwich,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Susan  Paytson,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  [blank],  d.  of  Joan  Paytson, 
alias  Forstall,  wife  of  Henry  Forstall, 
lurat  of  Sandwich,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  a  letter  from  the  said 
IMr.  Forstall.  At  Woodnesborough. 
May  10,  1628. 

Engham,  John,  of  Sandwich,  g.,  widr., 
and  Joan  Finch,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank] 
Finch,  late  s.  p..  g.,  dec.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.,  or  Woodnesborough. 
Oct.  30,  1643. 

Engham,  Thomas,  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Wingham,  Esquire,  widr.,  about  23, 
and  Frances  Chibornc  of  S.  Alphage, 


Cant.,  maiden,  about  21,  d.  of  Sir 
Charh.'sChiborne  of  London,  Knight, 
dec.  about  3  years  since,  and  now  in 
the  govt,  of  Edward  Hadde,  f]squirc, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Hanameel  Chiborne  of  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Middlesex,  Esquire.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.  George  Waller, 
anniger,  and  Richard  Juxon,  g.,  both 
of  Cant.,  bonds.     April  29,  1623. 

English,  John,  of  Dover,  "  vinctner," 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Baker,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24  or  25,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.  Nov.  23, 
1639. 

Enterbery,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sit- 
tingbourne,  miller,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Joan  Knowler,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Richard  Knowler,  s.  p., 
seafaringman,  who  consents.  At 
Bobbing  or  Murston.   June  19,  1643. 

Epps,  Edward,  of  Crundale,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  son  of  John  Epps,  s.  ji., 
who  consents,  and  Winnefrith  Rob- 
binson,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Stephen  Robbinson,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  his  d., 
Susan  Robbinson.  At  Thanington. 
Thomas  Epps  of  Godmersham, 
husb.,  bonds.     May  27,  1641. 

Epps,  George,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary 
Andrewes,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  30,  relict 
of  John  Andrewes,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.     Feb.  18,  1624. 

Epps,  George,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
weaver,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Holland 
of  Fordwich,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of 
John  Holland  of  Stodmarsh,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  Wickhambreux. 
Sampson  Epps  of  Wickhambreux, 
husb.,  bonds.     Feb.  23,  1635. 

Eppes,  George,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
linen  weaver,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Doves 
of  S.  James's  in  Dover,  w.  of  Nicholas 
Doves,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Charlton. 
Sampson  Eppes  of  Wickhambreux, 
husb.,  and  Thomas  Chapman  of 
Dover,  hempdresser,  bonds.  Sept. 
1,  1641. 

Epps,  Humphrey,  of  Godmersham, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Sarah  Croft,  s.  p.,  v., 
of  the  like  age,  d.  of  Thomas  Croft, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Croft  of  Harbledown, 
yeom.,  bonds.     June  25,  1644. 


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328 


Epps,  Thomas,  of  Crnndale,  husb.,  ba., 
'  about  27,  and  Margaret  Page  of 
Godmersham,  v.,  about  the  like  age. 
At  Thanington.  Humphrey  Epps 
of  Godmersham,  husb.,  bonds. 
June  18,  1640. 

Epps,  WiUiam,  of  Mersham,  glover, 
widr.,  and  Ehzabeth  Munnes,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Joan  Munnes  of 
Selhnge,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Edward  Munnes  of 
Selhnge,  husb.,  and  Thomas  Weaver 
of  Cant.,  tapster,  bonds.  May  1, 
1638. 

Epps,  William,  of  IMonks  Horton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Joan  Browne,  s.  p.,  v.,  of 
the  like  age,  d.  of  Charles  Browne, 
s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  his  son.  Tohn  Browne.  At 
Monks  H.  or  S.  IM.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Oct.  20,  1645. 

Epsley,  Stephen,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanct,  fisherman,  ba.,  about  50,  and 
Elizabeth  Coppin,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  53.  At  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich. 
April  17,  1627. 

Eredge,  William,  of  Ebony,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Marian  Hawkes  of 
Bethersden,  v.,  about  30,  at  her  own 
govt.     At  Pluckley.     April  23,  1633. 

Essex,  George,  of  Wye,  weaver,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Benford,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  25,  at  her  own  disposing,  her 
parents  being  dead.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Henry  Essex  of  Cant., 
silkweaver,  bonds.    Oct.  25,  1632. 

Essex,  George,  of  Fairfield,  husb.,  ba., 
about  43,  and  Elizabeth  Jenkins,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  21,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  Brookland  or  Appledore. 
John  Williamson  of  Cant.,  beer 
drawer,  bonds.     Jan.  27,  1641. 

Essex,  John,  of  Smeeth,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Ann  Huitt,  s.  p.,  v.,  21  and  up- 
wards, d.  of  Mary  Hewitt,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Stephen  Miller  of  Bonning- 
ton,  husb.,  bonds.     July  26,  1638. 

Essex,  Stephen,  of  Great  Chart,  linen- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  21,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Joan  Couchman,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  also  at  her  own  govt. 
At  Kingsnorth.  Richard  Matcham 
of  G.  Chart,  g.,  bonds.  Jan.  18,  1630. 

Esterfei  Id,  Abraham,  of  Aldington, tailor, 
ba.,  about  34,  and  Elizabeth  Wey- 


man,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  Burmarsh.  April 
9,  1638. 

Etherick,  Thomas,  of  New  Romney, 
tayer,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Dorothy  Smith,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  18,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  she  now  at  the  govt,  of  Edward 
A.  .y  of  Lydd,  her  brother,  exor.  of 
the  will  of  her  late  mother,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Smith 
Tookey  of  N.  Romney,  innholder, 
and  Jeremiah  Stanford,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
bonds.  Jan.  16,  1641.  Note.  Tayer 
may  mean  tawer  or  lawyer,  a  dresser 
of  white  leather. 

Evans,  Edward,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
songster,  ba.,  28,  and  Elizabeth 
Frend  of  Eastry,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Mark  Frend,  s.  p.,  innkeeper,  who 
consents.  At  Holy  Cross,  Cant. 
Feb.  3,  1631. 

Evans,  George,  and  Elizabeth  Breade,  of 
Seasalter.    At  same.     Nov.  28,  1625. 

Evans,  George,  of  Whitstable,  seafaring- 
man,  widr.,  and  Mary  Sea,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  William  Sea,  late  of  Heme,  dec. 
At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  William 
Wilkenes  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  bonds.     Jan.  5,  1642. 

Evans,  John,  of  Loose,  fuller,  ba.,  about 
23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Martha 
Lane,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  par- 
ents being  dead,  she  is  now  under 
the  govt.,  of  her  uncle,  Henry  Lane, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Thornham, 
because  Mr.  John  Crompe,  clerk, 
vicar  there,  being  a  kinsman  of  the 
maid,  doth  intend  to  give  them  their 
wedding  dinner.  \_Note.  The  word 
kinsman  has  had  a  pen  drawn 
through  it.]  Edward  Alchorne  of 
Loose,  clerk,  bonds.  March  15, 1624. 

Evans,  John,  of  St.  Failh  in  the  city  of 
London,  apothecary,  widr.,  about  45, 
and  Ann  Crow  of  Otterden,  w.,  about 
35,  relict  of  [blank]  Crow,  late  of  the 
city  of  London,  dec.  At  S.  M. Bred- 
man's,  Cant.  Francis  Bowles  of  the 
city  of  London,  tailor,  bonds.  July 
27,  1626. 

Evans,  John,  of  S.  George's  in  South- 
wark,  basketmaker,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Harbert  of  Bekesbourne,  v.,  about 
30,  d.  of  John  Harbert  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At 
Hackington.     Oct.  8,  1633. 


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330 


Evans,  John,  of  Halstow,  seafaringman, 
ba.,  about  25.  and  Rabidge  Shcapley, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Sheapley,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Bobbing.  John  Dadd  of 
Halstow,  yeom.,  bonds.  April  27, 
1636. 

Evans,  John,  of  Deal,  sailor,  widr.,  and 
Winifred  Burton,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank] 
Burton,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Deal  or 
Shoulden.     Dec.  11,  1644. 

Evans,  Joseph,  of  West  Hythe,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret  Barber 
of  Rolvenden,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of 
Thomas  Barber,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  Rolvenden.     April  9,  1642. 

Evans,  Richard,  of  Biddenden,  brewer, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Margaret  Barnes  of  Wye,  v., 
about  20,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Godmersham  or  Biddenden. 
Thomas  Mount  of  Wye,  yeom.,  and 
Thomas  Jemmet  of  Boughton  Aluph, 
maltman,  bonds.     Dec.  21,  1641. 

Evans,  Robert,  of  Queenborough,  sea- 
faringman, ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Marshall  of  Milton 
n.  Sittingbourne,  w.,  about  23,  relict 
of  Robert  Marshall,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Milton.     May  1,  1627. 

Evens,  Thomas,  of  Queenborough, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Eliza- 
beth Beaie  of  Faversham,  v.,  about 
17,  d.  of  Bennet  Beale,  alias  Butler, 
wife  of  John  Butler  of  S.  Thomas 
in  Harty,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Faversham.  Dionisius  Wharton  of 
Faversham,  brazier,  bonds.  Aug. 
20,  1639.  Note.  The  signature  to 
this  allegation  is  Thomas  Eaues  or 
Eanes. 

Evans,  William,  of  New  Romney,  glazier, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Parkes,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Coates 
of  N.  Romney,  yeom.,  bonds.  Feb. 
26,  1639. 

Everard,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
g.,  ba.,  22  and  upwards,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Ann  Yonge  of  S.  John's 
in  Thanet,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Robert 
Yonge,  s.  p.,  baker,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  brother,  Henry 
Yonge,  s.  p.,  baker.  At  S.  John's. 
John  Everard  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Jan.  30,  1631. 

Everard,  Henry,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
merchant,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Skyn- 
ner   of  Hackington,   w.  of  William 


Skynner,  late  dec.  At  Hackington. 
George  May  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
merchant,  and  Richard  Branker  of 
Cant.,  haberdasher,  bonds.  June  30, 
1636. 

Everard,  John,  of  Hackington,  g.,  ba., 
about  20,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann 
Roades,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20, 
whose  friends  are  dead.  At  same. 
March  1,  1619. 

Everard,  Thomas,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Clemens  Stroughill  of  S. 
George's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  26, 
d.  of  Clement  Stroughill,  late  of 
Hackington,  g.,  dec.  about  26  years 
since.  At  S.  George's,  Cant.  George 
More  of  Cant.,  Alderman,  bonds. 
Feb.  12,  1622. 

Everard,  Thomas,  of  S.  Nicholas  At- 
wade,  g.,  20  and  upwards,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Hales  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Hales,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Cosmos  and  Damian  in  le  Blean, 
because  Mr.  Thurgarr,  the  minister 
there,  is  a  kinsman  of  hers,  where 
they  intend  to  keep  their  wedding 
dinner.     Sept.  8,  1624. 

Everard  et  Back.  1646.  Taken  from 
the  Index  to  Vol.  P. 

Everden,  Daniel,  of  Benenden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Beale  of 
Smarden.v.,  about  21,  whose  mother, 
Ann  Beale,  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  brother-in-law,  Thomas 
Moncke  of  Smarden.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     June  10,  1626. 

Everden,  Thomas,  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  and  Elizabeth  Dauis  of  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's. 
Feb.  20,  1631.  See  Everinden, 
Evernden. 

Eve  ret,  Edward,  and  Iddin  Pleyward, 
were  married  by  licence  at  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Sept.  17,  1643. 

Eve  ret,  Henry,  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant., 
vintner,  ba.,  about  22  or  23,  whose 
mother,  Averie  Everet  of  Wickham- 
breux,  w.,  consents,  and  Deborah 
Beverton  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Mary  Beverton,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  also  con.sents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  son,  Squire  Beverton.  At 
Hackington.  Daniel  Richardson  of 
Cant.,  victualler,  bonds.  Nov.  16, 
1640. 


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332 


Everett,  Leyney,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
ba..  about  22,  and  Aphra  Jancock  of 
Stodmarsh,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of 
[blank]  Jancock,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  is 
willing.  At  Stodmarsh.  May  15, 1619. 

Everinden,  Walter,  of  Westfield  in 
Susse.x,  g.,  ba.,  about  23,  son  of  Walter 
Everinden,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  ThomasGinderof  Elham, 
g.,  and  Susan  Ladof  Elham,  v.,  about 
23,  d.  of  John  Lad,  dec.  and  of 
Elizabeth  Lad,  w.,  who  also  consents, 
as  the  said  Thomas  Ginder  also  testi- 
fies.    At  Elham.     Oct.  10,  1629. 

Everinden,  William,  of  Littlcbourne, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Alice  Greenland  of  S. 
Michael's,  Harbledown,  v.,  about21, 
d.  of  Ann  Napleton,  alias  Greenland, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Jacob  Napleton  of  Preston 
n.  Faversham,  g.  At  Preston  n.  F. 
or  at  Sheldwich.  Aug.  11,  1612. 
See  Everden,  Evernden. 

Evering,  Robert,  of  Lyminge,  g.,  and 
Mary  Hugesson  of  S.  James's  in 
Dover,  v.  At  Lyminge,  S.  James's 
in  Dover  or  Buckland.  William 
Watmer  of  Cant.,  Alderman,  and 
Jonas  Tayler,  rector  of  Lyminge, 
"bonds.     Dec.  28,  1622. 

Evering,  Simon,  of  Egerton,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  32,  and  Susan  Philpot,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  37,  relict  of  Stephen 
Philpott,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At 
same.     July  26,  1620. 

Evernden,  Aaron,  of  New  Romney, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  41,  and  Susan 
Wood,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  d.  of 
Samuel  Wood.  s.  p.,  vintner,  who 
consents.  At  Newchurch.  Feb.  13, 
1621. 

Evernden  n,  Edmund,  of  Burmarsh, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Stokes 
of  Dymchurch,  w.,  about  40,  relict 
of  Henry  Stokes,  late  of  Hythe,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Sept. 
14,  1619. 

Evernden,  Edmund,  of  Dymchurch, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Merry- 
man,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27.  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  same.  Jan.  28, 
1629. 

Evernden,  Edmund,  of  Ashford,  tanner, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Brooke  of  Ul- 
combe,  v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Robert 
Brooke,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.     March  30,  1630. 


Evernden,  Edmund,  of  Dymchurch, 
yciom.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Collins  of 
Burmarsh,  w.  of  John  Collins,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Dymchurch  or  Bur- 
marsh.    June  26,  1641. 

Evernden,  Edmund,  of  Lydden,  husb., 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Ladd,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  Richard  Ladd,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.  Nicholas  Charr  of  Cant., 
yeom.,  bonds.     Dec.  22.  1641. 

Evernden,  Francis,  of  Woodchurch, 
ba.,  about  19,  son  of  Aaron  Evern- 
den of  New  Romney,  yeom.,  and 
Susan  Burwash  of  Woodchurch, 
maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  Alexander 
Burwash,  s.p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
and  testifies  that  Aaron  Evernden, 
father  of  Francis,  also  consents.  At 
S.  Alphage,  Cant.     Oct.  11,  1621. 

Evernden,  Richard,  of  Benenden,  tan- 
ner, ba.,  about  27,  and  Phillis  Chit- 
tenden, s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  John  Chittenden,  s.  p.,  husb.. 
who  consents.  At  Woodchurch, 
because  her  uncle,  Edward  Chitten- 
den, dwells  there,  and  there  they 
intend  to  keep  their  wedding  dinner. 
April  16,  1625. 

Evernden,  Samuel,  of  Little  Chart, 
linen-weaver,  ba  ,  about  22,  whose 
mother  consents,  and  Susanna 
Skruggs  of  Lynstead.  v.,  about  24, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Northgate,  Cant.  Thomas  Solley  of 
S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
May  28,  1646. 

Evernden,  William,  of  Rolvenden, 
yeom.,  ba  ,  about  30,  and  Mary  Hen- 
den,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  whose  mother, 
Mary  Henden,  alias  Fishcnden,  wife 
of  Lawrence  Fishenden,  s.  p.,  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  the  said  Law- 
rence. At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Sept. 
12,  1626. 

Evernden,  William,  of  Sandhurst,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Martha  Cutbush,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Edward  Cutbush,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  John  Evern- 
den of  Littlebourne,  and  Samuel 
Petter  of  Sandhurst,  yeomen,  bonds. 
June  8,  1643.  6"!?^  Everden,  Everinden. 

Evers,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
g.,  ba  ,  about  35,  and  Jane  Johnson, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  Judith 
Johnson,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents. 
Sept.  26,  1627. 


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334 


Ewe  1 1,  Christopher,  of  Whitstable,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Bucke,  s.  p  ,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
John  Bucke,  s.  p.,  sailor,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John 
Bucke  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.  Nov. 
6,  1634. 

Ewell,  Christopher,  of  Whitstable,  sea- 
man, widr.,  and  Ann  Hayward  of 
Faversham,  v.,  about  24  or  25,  d.  of 
[blank]  Hayward,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Richard  Tayler 
of  Chatham,  shipcarpentcr.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.     April  7,  1642. 

Ewell,  Edward,  of  the  city  of  London, 
g.,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Catherine  Boys 
of  Nonington,  v.,  about  20.  d.  of 
Sir  Edward  Boys,  s.  p..  Knight,  who 
consents,  as  was  affirmed  by  his  Lady 
to  Mr.  Leonard  Browne,  procurator. 
At  Nonington.     Sept.  28,  1640. 

Ewell,  John,  of  Whitstable,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  30,  and  Alice  Fox,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  36,  relict  of  Henry  Fo.x,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  ]\L  Bredin's,  Cant. 
July  14,  1625. 

Ewell,  John,  of  Whitstable,  widr.,  about 
32,  and  Thomasine  Spencer  of 
Boughton  Blean,  maiden,  about  26, 
d.  of  William  Spencer,  s.  p.,  fell- 
monger,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  William  Jarman  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  tanner,  son-in-law  of  the  said 
William.  At  B.  Blean.  May  6,  1626. 

Ewell,  John,  of  Brookland,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Rebecca  Watchers,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Watchers,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  William  Dobbin,  s.  p.,  car- 
penter, bonds.     Aug.  5,  1639. 

Ewell,  John,  of  Heme,  husb.,  ba.,  about 
27,  whose  mother  consents,  and  Jane 
Frith,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Edward  Welbie  of  Heme,  husb.,  and 
Thomas  Harrison  of  Cant.,  pewterer, 
bonds.     Oct.  24,  1639. 

Ewell,  Robert,  of  Barfreston,  g.,  ba.,  24 
and  upwards,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Elizabeth  Deering  of  Boughton 
Aluph,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John 
Deering,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  also  consents. 
At  B.  Aluph.  Leonard  Browne  of 
Cant,  g.,  bonds.     Nov.  24,  1637. 

Ewell,  Thomas,  of  Chislet,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Sibyl  Ewell,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  21,  d.  of  Richard 
Ewell,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  Chislet.     Nov.  29,  1623. 


Ewell,  Thomas,  of  Chislet,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Hawke  of  Petham,  v., 
about  19,  who,  her  father  being  dead, 
is  now  under  the  govt,  of  Margaret 
Hawke,  alias  Wood,  wife  of  William 
Wood,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  the 
said  Wm.  Wood  dotli  testify.  At 
Petham.     Sept.  22,  1630. 

Ewsden,  William,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Agnes  Day,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Thomas  Day,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.     Jan.  24,  1637. 

Facon,  William,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
ba.,  about  18  or  19,  whose  father, 
Arnold  Facon,  consents  by  letter, 
"which  he  received  from  or  by  the 
footpost,"  and  Mary  Du  Rue,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  John  Du  Rue.  s.  p., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Peter  Du  Boys,  s.  p.,  silkweaver.  At 
same.  Louis  Descamps,  s.p.,  weaver, 
bonds.     Jan.  13,  1640. 

Fagg,  Edward,  of  Ivychurch,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  about  34,  and  Ursula  Tailor, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are 
dead.     AtNewchurch.    May  1,  1633. 

Fagge,  John,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
clothier,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann 
Nayler,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch. 
Cant.,  spr.,  about  23,  d.  of  Robert 
Nayler  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.,  g., 
dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  Mrs. 
[blank]  Toumay,  her  aunt,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  John  Jemmett 
of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  clothier.  At 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.     Oct.  3,  1620. 

Fagge,  John,  of  Saltwood,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Alice  Miller,  of  Elham, 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  William  Miller  of 
Lyminge,  husb.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  William  Worgar  of  Elm- 
stone,  tailor.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
June  12,  1637. 

Fagg,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about23,  whosemotherconsents, 
and  Lydia  Brickenden,  s.  p.,  v.,  21 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  same.  Thomas  Fagg,  s.  p.,  black- 
smith, bonds.     Sept.  27,  1641. 

Fagg,  John,  of  Aldington,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Margaret  Hope,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  [blank],  d.  of  Robert  Hope, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
M.  Bredin's,  Cant.     Nov.  6,  1645. 

Fagg,  Richard,  of  Orlestonc,  widr., 
blacksmith,  about  40,  and  Mary  Giiit, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  [blank] 


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336 


Gint  of  Ticehurst  in  Sussex,  labourer, 
who  consents.  At  Halden.  Sept. 
27,  1619. 

Fagg,  Robert,  of  West  Langdon,  and 
Alice  Burvell  of  Little  Mongeham. 
At  Sutton.     Nov.  28,  1625. 

Fagg,  Thomas,  of  Fordwich,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  father,  William  Fagg, 
consents,  and  Catherine  Kempe  of 
Boughton  Aluph,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Catherine  Kempe,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  George 
Laceley  of  Hackington.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Oct.  10,  1638. 

Fagge,  Thomas,  of  Folkestone,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  with  his  father's  con- 
sent, and  Ann  Codham,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Baker  Codham,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.     March  21,  1642. 

Fagg,  William,  of  Chartham,  g.,  ba., 
about  22,  son  of  John  Fagg  of 
Brenzet,  g.,  who  consents,  and  Rlary 
Osborne  of  Hartlip,  v.,  fifteen  and 
upwards,  d.  of  Edward  Osborne,  s. 
p.,  g.,  who  also  consents.  At  King- 
stone.     March  30,  1629. 

Fagg,  William,  of  Elham,  miller,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents,  and 
P^lizabeth  Mersh,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26, 
d.  of  Richard  Mersh,  s.  p.,  carpenter, 
who  also  consents.  At  S,  Andrew's, 
Cant.     Oct.  28,  1630. 

Fagge,  William,  of  Hougham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Susan  Sutton,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Christopher 
Sutton,  dec,  and  of  Ann  Sutton,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Robert  Mersh  and 
Richard  Burden,  both  of  Hougham, 
yeomen,  bonds.     Sept.  27,  1632. 

Fagg,  William,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Cullinge, 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  James  Cullinge  of 
Barham,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  William  Denwood  of 
Patrixbourne,  yeom.  At  Patrix- 
bourne.     March  13,  1632. 

Fagg,  William,  of  Chartham,  g.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Ellen  Fagg,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  John  Fagg  the  elder, 
g.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  Fagg  the  younger,  g.,  son  of 
John  Fagg  the  older.  At  Chartham 
or  Brenzet.     Jan.  18,  1635. 

Fagg,  William,  of  Brabourne,  husb,, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Brooke  of  Bircholt, 
v.,  about  40,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At    S.    Margaret's,    Cant.      Robert 


Fukes  of  Brook,  husb.,  bonds.  Aug. 
20,  1640. 

Fagge,  W^illiam,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Alice 
Sanders,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Edward  Saunders, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's  in  Sand- 
wich. Warham  Jemmet  of  Sturry, 
innliolder,  bonds.     Jan.  30,  1640. 

Fainte,  Edward,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Ellen  Ashwell,  s.  p., 
v.,  21,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
All  Saints',  Cant.  John  Morris  of 
S.  Catherine's,  London,  cooper, 
bonds.     Dec.  11,  1643. 

Fairbeard  (Fairebeard),  Richard  of 
Kennington,  husb.,  ba.,  about  21, 
son  of  Thomas  Fairebeard,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  and  Susan  Norrington 
of  Westwell,  v.,  about  36.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.     Oct.  15,  1629. 

Fairbrass,  See  Farbrace. 

Fairman  (Fayrman),  John,  of  S.  Law- 
rence in  Thanet,  sailor,  ba.,  about 
26,  and  Mary  Lee,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Thomas  Lee,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents, as  Mr.  Thomas  Turner,  vicar 
there,  testifies  by  letter.  At  same. 
Dec.  3,  1628. 

Fairman,  John,  of  Ickham,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Sylvester  Wise  of  Ashford,  v., 
about  30,  d.  of  John  Wise  of  Elham, 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Ickham 
or  W'ingham.     July  30,  1644. 

Fairman,  Nicholas,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Thomasinc 
Tutton,  d.  of  John  Tutton  of  Teyn- 
ham,  maiden,  about  17.  At  B.  Blean. 
July  30,  1625. 

Fa! reman,  Richard,  of  Littlebourne. 
tanner,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Gillj'an  Dodd,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  32,  d.  of  Robert  Dodd, 
s.  p.,  weaver,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Nov.  4,  1622. 

Fairman,  Richard,  of  Sturry,  husb., 
widr.,  about  30,  and  Catherine 
Quaiffe,  s.  p.,  w.,  of  the  like  age, 
relict  of  [blank]  Quaiffe,  late  of  the 
city  of  Rochester,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Richard  Fairest  of 
Westbere,  tailor,  bonds.  Aug.  24, 1626. 

Fairman,  Robert,  of  Hoath,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Ann  Wigmor,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Edward  Wigmore,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.  1'homas 
Rider  of  Hoath,  husb.,  and  George 
Tireman  of  Cant.,  innholder,  bonds. 
June  27,  1635. 


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338 


Fairman,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  sailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Catherine  Hudson,  s.  p.,  maiden, 
about  20,  who,  her  father  being  dead, 
is  now  in  the  govt,  of  Martha  Hudson, 
alias  Sutton,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as 
Richard  Sutton,  g.,  husband  of  the 
said  Martha,  doth  testify.  At  same. 
April  23,  1626. 

Faireman,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  fisherman,  widr.,  and  Frances 
Spencer,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Nov.  30,  1637. 

Faireway,Edward,ofGoudhurst,  weaver, 
ba.,  about  21,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Ann  Hasselham,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  27,  d.  of  [blank]  Hasselham, 
s.  p.,  who  also  consents.  At  Marden. 
Allegation  made  and  signed  by  Hugh 
Lake  of  Staple  Inn,  London,  g. 
April  6,  1636. 

Fakeley,  Richard,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  and  Elizabeth  More,  s.  p.,  v. 
At  same.     March  19,  1622. 

Falkner  (Fawkner),  Knight,  of  River, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Agnes  Austen 
of  VVickhambreux,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  Clement  Fawkner 
of  Ewell,  yeom.,  and  William  Austen 
of  Wingham,  yeom.,  bonds.  April 
9,  1627. 

Falkener,  Roger,  of  Eastry,  tailor,  ba., 
about  26,  whose  father,  John  Faulk- 
ner, consents,  and  Elizabeth  Lau- 
rence, s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Eliza- 
beth Laurence,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Dec.  4,  1645. 

Falkner,  Thomas,  of  Eastry,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  31,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Laurence,  s.  p,  w,  of 
Leonard  Laurence,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  Richard  Wymarke 
of  Littlebourne,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct. 
9,  1641. 

Falkner,  William,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  widr  , 
and  Sarah  Beane,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Sarah  Edwardes,  alias  Beane, 
wife  of  Anthony  Edwardes,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  Elmstone  or 
Knowlton.  Richard  Ledger  of  Cant., 
victualler,  and  Richard  Bromley,  s. 
p.,  schoolmaster,  bonds.  April  4, 
1645. 

Fallweli,  Samuel,  of  Tcnterden,  kersey- 
maker,    ba.,    about   33,    and    Susan 


Smith,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Smith,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Staplehurst.  John 
Fallweli  of  Tenterden,  kersey  maker, 
and  Joseph  Fallweli  of  Holy  Cross, 
Cant.,  beerbrewer,  bonds.  Oct.  29, 
1633. 

Fally,  Alexander,  of  Bobbing,  tilemaker, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Amon,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Amon,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Aug.  29,  1639. 

Fanne,  Edward,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
cooper,  and  Joan  Goatly  of  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.,  v.  At  S.  Mildred's. 
Dec.  25,  1623. 

Fanne,  Henry,  of  Appledore,  innholder, 
widr.,  and  Rebecca  Watson,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Robert  Watson  of 
Brenchley,  shoemaker,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  Thomas  Tadd 
of  Appledore,  cordwainer,  bonds. 
Nov.  8,  1634. 

Fanne,  John,  of  Kennardington,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Lucas,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  18,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  at  the  govt,  of  Ben- 
jamin Robus,  s.  p.,  who  consents. 
At  same.  Richard  Michener  of 
Cant.,  joiner,  bonds.     July  17,  1639. 

Fan,  John,  of  Appledore,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Ellen  Willett,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Mat- 
thew Willett,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same. 
Edward  Wattes,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
April  23,  1641. 

Fann,  John,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover,  sea- 
man, ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
Thomas  Fann,  consents,  and  Mary 
Man,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  [blank] 
Man,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents. 
At  same.  John  Moody  of  Dover, 
seaman,  bonds.     Feb.  20,  1642. 

Fanting,  Andrew,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Catherine 
Phillop,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  21,  d. 
of  Thomas  Phillop,  s.  p  ,  labourer, 
who  consents.  At  same.  Oct.  9,  1622. 

Fanting,  Jeremy,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
maltster,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father, 
William  Fanting  of  Cant.,  consents, 
and  Sarah  Gibbes  of  Worth,  v.,  about 
18  or  19,  d.  of  Richard  Gibbes,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  Worth. 
Feb.  11,  1641. 

Fantinge,  John,  of  Whitstable,  husb., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Hooker, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Gilbert  Hooker,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Thomas  Fox,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  bonds.     Dec.  23,  1641. 


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340 


Panting,  William,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Susanna 
Yokcly,  spr.  (?),  about  30,  d.  of 
[blank]  Yokeley  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Christopher  Downe 
of  S.  John's  in  T.,  blacksmith,  and 
Abraham  Bubber,  s.  p.,  wheelwright, 
bonds.     May  18,  1635. 

Panting,  William,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Den,  about  21, 
d.  of  William  Den,  s.  p.,  g.,  who 
consents.  AtWingham.  Sept. 2, 1635. 

Parbrace,  Henry,  of  Challock,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Browne  of  Westwell,  v., 
about  30,  d.  of  Bethulie  Browne, 
alias  Sharpe,  wife  of  James  Sharpe, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  the  said  James  Sharpe. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Oct.  2,  1626. 

Parbrace,  Richard,  of  Lynstead,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Ball,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  her  brother, 
Matthew  Ball  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
luisb.    At  S.  George's.    Oct.  5,  1637. 

Parbrace,  Sampson,  of  Challock,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Margaret  Giles  of  Kennington, 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  John  Giles,  late 
of  Swingfield,  dec.  At  Kennington. 
Avery  Giles  of  Challock,  yeom., 
bonds.     May  31,  1634. 

Falrebrace,  Thomas,  of  Challock, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Allen 
of  Norton,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Thomas 
Allen,  s.  p  ,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Thomas  Gilbert  of 
Cant.,  beerbrewer.  At  Norton.  Oct. 
27,  1626. 

Parley,  Alexander,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
wheelwright,  ba.,  about  32,  and 
Mary  Lucas  of  Faversham,  maiden, 
about  23,  d.  of  one  Lucas,  dec,  and 
now  under  the  govt,  of  her  mother, 
Joan  Lucas,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as 
istestifiedbyJohnFarleyof  Ospringe, 
wheelwright.  At  Faversham.  John 
Farley  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.  Feb. 
5,  1624. 

Parley,  Alexander,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
wheelwright,  widr.,  and  Ann  Harris 
of  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
William  Harris,  dec,  and  of  Ann 
Harris,  alias  Rayner,  who  consents. 
At  Sittingbourne.     Jan.  14,  1628. 


Parley,  Henry,  of  Sittingbourne,  wheel- 
wright, widr.,  about  37,  and  Mary 
Nash  of  Eastwell,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Eastwell. 
Thomas  Farley  of  Eastwell,  wheel- 
wright, and  Nicholas  Mitchell  of 
Dover,  carrier,  bonds.  Feb.  20,  1627. 

Parley,  Henry,  of  Sittingbourne,  wheel- 
wright, widr.,  and  Patience  Skeere, 
of  Murston,  w.  of  Jeffery  Skeere, 
late  s.  p  ,  dec.  At  Murston.  Alex- 
ander Ladd  of  Cant.,  and  John  Tay- 
lor of  Dover,  yeomen,  bonds.  Sept. 
14.  1638. 

Parly,  James,  of  Eastwell,  wheeler,  ba., 
about  26,  son  of  Thomas  Early,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  and  Mary  Horton  of 
Ashford,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Martha, 
now  wife  of  Jo'nn  Morrys,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Moone  of  Eastwell,  yeom. 
At  Boughton  Aluph.     Sept.  9,  1635. 

Parley,  John,  of  Ashford,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Elizabeth  Bal- 
den of  Headcorn,  w.,  about  34,  relict 
of  Richard  Balden,  late  dec  At 
Kingsnorth.  Thomas  Yarley  of 
Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.     May  9,  1628. 

Parley,  John,  of  Charing,  wheelwright, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Giniver,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Francis  Giniver, 
s.p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  The  said  [Francis]  Jeniver 
and  William  Farley  of  Charing, 
wheelwright,  bonds.     Sept.  27,  1630. 

Parley,  John,  of  Deal,  seaman,  widr., 
about  30,  and  Susan  Prett,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Margaret  Binge,  alias 
Pret,  wife  of  Henry  Binge,  wlio  con- 
sents. AtShoulden.  George  Bulk- 
ley  of  Cant.,  stationer,  bonds.  Feb. 
13,  1642. 

Parley,  Thomas,  of  Eastwell,  wheel- 
wright, widr.,  and  Ann  Swaff"ord,  of 
Ashford,  w.  of  John  Swafford,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Willesborough  or  Ash- 
ford. Thomas  Pilcher  of  Petham, 
wheelwright,  bonds.     Jan.  2,  1643. 

Parmer,  John  of  Appledore,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Alice  Winset,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  21,  d.  of  John  Winsett  the 
elder,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  John  Winsett  the  younger  of 
Cant.,  her  brother.  At  Appledore. 
Nov.  16,  1625. 

Parmer,  alias  Hasltc,  Robert,  of  Shel- 
ford  Magna,  Berkshire,  yeom.,  and 
Ann    Harrison  of  the    Precincts  of 


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Ch.  CIi.,  Cant  ,  spr.  At  Boughton 
Blean,  Ospringe  or  Newington  n. 
Sittingbournc.  Peter  Frampton  of 
the  said  Precincts,  yeom.,  bonds. 
April  2,  1642. 
Fames,  Robert,  of  Boughton  Monchel- 
sea,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary 
Dauies,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
July  20,  1629. 

Farr,  Alexander,  of  the  city  of  London, 
mariner,  widr.,  about  35,  and  Cath- 
erine Foord  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
v.,  about  21,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  under  the  govt,  of  her 
grand  mother,  Elizabeth  Harden,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mary's. 
Jan.  27,  1027. 

Farrance,  John,  and  Angelica  Wachers, 
of  S.  Alpiiage,  Cant.  At  same. 
March  25,  1639. 

Farrance,  Joim,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
and  Elizabeth  Knocke  of  Wye.  At 
\^'ye.     Dec.  3,  1640. 

Farrant,  John,  of  St.  Mildred's  in  the 
Poultry,  London,  fishmonger,  ba., 
about  26,  son  of  William  [and]  Mary 
Farrant  of  London,  v.ho  consent,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Dorrell  of  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.,  silkweaver,  and 
,  Elizabeth  Dorrell,  d.  of  the  said  John 
Dorrell,  a  maiden,  about  26.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     May  18,  1635. 

Farrar,  Anthony,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
mercer,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  mother, 
Martha  Purser,  alias  Farrard,  con- 
sents, and  Mary  Standley  of  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.,  w.  of  Thomas  Standley, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Wye,  Brook, 
Lynstead  or  Littlebourne.  George 
Knot  of  Cant.,  Alderman,  bonds. 
Aug.  12,  1041. 

Fasham,  Anthony,  of  S.  Peter's '  in 
Sandwich,  maltster,  witir.,  about  42, 
and  Aphra  Bayley,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30, 
d,  of  Samuel  Bayley,  late  of  Staple, 
dec,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  Peter's  aforesaid.     July   21,  1624. 

Fassam,  Anthony,  of  Sandwich,  brewer, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Hobson  of 
Deal,  w.  of  Edward  Ilogben  {sic) 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  RL  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Jan.  14,  1629. 

Fassam,  Anthony,  of  Deal,  beer  brewer, 
wiilr.,and  Mary  Jewetof  S.  Clement's 
in  Sandwich,  w.  of  William  Jewet, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Northbourne. 
Tobias  Clear  of  Sandwich,  chir- 
urgeon,  bonds.     March  18,  1633. 


Fasset,  Nicholas,  of  Faversham,  tanner, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan  Packe,  s.  p., 
v.,  about   24,   whose   mother,    Alice 
Packe,  w.,  yet  living,  and  abiding  at 
Chartham,  consents.    At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     June  18,  1627. 
Fastoil,  Richard,  and  Alice  Bullocke,  of 
Swingfield.    At  same.    Jan.  27,  1637. 
Fawkes,  John,  of  Wye,  husb.,  widr.,  and 
Jane  Wood  of  Allington,   v.,  about 
23,  d.  of  [blank]  Wood  of  Charing, 
w.,  who  consents.     At  Kingsnorth. 
Sept.  24,  1632.     See  Fox. 
Fearne,  John,  of  Ospringe,  yeom.,  ba,, 
about    30,  and  Joan    Fearne,  s.   p., 
maiden,    about    20,    d.    of    Gilbert 
Fearne,    s.   p.,    maltster,    dec,    her 
mother  also  dec,  and  she  at  her  own 
govt.     At   S.    M    Bredman's,    Cant. 
July  16,  1622. 
Fearne,  John,    of   Tenterden,    kersey- 
maker,    ba.,    about   31,    and   Sarah 
Johnson,  s.  p.,  v.,   about  24,    d.  of 
[blank]  Johnson,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and 
now   at    her   own    govt.     At    same. 
Feb.  14,  1623. 
Feme,   John,  of  Godmersham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Jane  Tritton  of 
Kennington,    v,,    about    21,     d.    of 
Robert  Tritton,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  his  son,  John  'Priiton 
of  Ashford,    clothier.     At  Godmer- 
sham.    Aug.  3,  1632. 
Fearne,  Robert,  of  Westwell,  fellmongcr, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ann  Maunder  of 
Hothfield,  v  ,  about  21,  d.  of  William 
Maunder,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Francis  Parker,  s.  p.,  husb.     At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Nov.  12,  1035. 
Feaver,  Robert,  and  Ann  Ranke,  of  S. 
Mary's    in     Sandwich.      At     same. 
April  20,  1641. 
Fellow,  Robert,  of  Minster  in  Sheppy, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  50,  and  Christian 
Rule,    s.  p.,  w.,  about  47,   relict  of 
Edward  Rule,  late  s.  p.,  sailor,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.     Feb.  20, 
1621. 
Fenn,  Edward,  of  Brook,  linenweaver, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Sarah  Pilkington  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of   Thomas 
Pilkington,  s.  p.,  brazier,  who  con- 
sents.    At  S.  M.   Magdalene.     Jan. 
2,  1637. 
Fenne,  Thomas,    of  West  Dereham  in 
Norfolk,  g.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Jane 
KnatchbuU  of  Mersham,  v.,    about 


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27,    d.    of   Richard    Knatchbull,    s.    p., 
g.,  who  consents  by   letter.     At  S. 
Andrew's,   Cant.     John    Knatchbull 
of  Mersham,  g.,  bonds.     March  15, 
1630. 
Fennel  I,  Richard,  of  Barham,  bricklayer, 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Ellen  Bennam 
of  Great  Hardres,  maiden,  about  24, 
d.  of  Michael  Bennam,  late  of  Pet- 
ham,  husb.,  dec,  her  mother  [blank] 
Sheapye,    consenting.      At    S.    M. 
Northgate,  Cant.,  "where  the  mother 
of  the  said  Ellen  dwelleth."     Feb. 
22,  1621. 
Fenner,  Henry,  of  Benenden,  clothier, 
ba.,  23    and   upwards,    at    his    own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Hiland,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Hiland,  late  of  Biddenden,  dec. 
At  Benenden.     Oct.  30,  1632. 
Fercy,  (Feirsey),  Thomas,  of  Murston, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  37, and Thomasine 
Suggett  of  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about 
24,  whose  parents  are  dead.     At  S. 
Margaret's,    Cant.     March  6,    1625. 
Fercy,    Thomas,    of  Sheldwich,    husb., 
ba.,  about  24  or  25,  whose  mother, 
Dorothy  Fercy,  consents,  and  Dor- 
othy Waters  of  Boughton  Aluph,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Richard  Waters,  s.  p., 
yeom.,    who    also    consents,    as    is 
testified  by  his  son,  Abraham  Waters. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.    George  Waters 
of  B.  Aluph,  husb.,  bonds.     Oct.  7, 
1641. 
Fercy,  Thomas,  of  Luddenham,  yeom., 
widr.,   and  Dennis  Drury,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  36.     At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Thomas    Waddingham   of   Eudden- 
ham,    yeom.,    and   John    Cantis    of 
Faversham,    maltster,    bonds.     May 
29,  1643. 
Fercy,  Thomas,  of  Luddenham,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Ann  Brockwell  of  Faver- 
sham,  v.,  about  25,  whose  parents 
are  dead.   At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.   John 
Buck  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds.     Nov. 
7,  1644. 
Ferrier,  John,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  beer- 
brewer,    about   21,    whose    mother 
consents,  and  Joan  Spice,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Stephen  Spice,  dec, 
and  of  Margery  Bunce,  alias  Spice, 
who  also  consents.    At  S.  Michael's, 
Harbledown.  Edmund  Chambers  of 
S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  brickmaker,  bonds. 
July  2,  1630. 
Ferrier,  Thomas,   of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
gardener,  ba.,  about  25,  whose  father 


consents,   and  Rebecca  Drowtes,   s.   p., 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Drowtes 
of  Cant.,  w.,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Edward  Cooke  of  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.,  husb.  At  S.  Mildred's. 
John    Woolton    of  Cant.,    labourer, 
bonds.     July  4,  1635. 
Ferrier,  Thomas,  and  Ann  Farcy,  of  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     At  same.     Feb.  4, 
1639. 
Ferry,  James,  of  Folkestone,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  28,  and    Elizabeth  Chandler, 
s.  p.,    v.,    about    36,  d.    of  Edward 
Chandler   of  Tysoe,    Warwickshire, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret  Atcliff. 
Aug.  28,  1633. 
Ferry    (Fere),    James,    of    Folkestone, 
yeom.,   widr.,  and  Judith  Peene    of 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  w.  of  William 
Peene,  late  of  Rye  in  Sussex,  dec. 
At  Charlton  n.  Dover.    Henry  Collet 
senior,     of    Cant.,    cutler,     bonds. 
March  18,  1634. 
Fersham,  George,  of  Sts.  Cosmus  and 
Damian   in  the  Blean,    husb.,    ba., 
about  24,  son  of  John  Fersham,  s. 
p.,    who    consents,    as    is    testified 
by  Robert  Eaton,  s.  p.,  husb.,  and 
Margaret  Eaton,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30, 
d.  of  the  above  said  Robert  Eaton, 
who  also  consents.     At  same.     May 
23,  1640. 
Fessenden,  John,  of  Faversham,  glover, 
ba.,    about    23,    whose   father  con- 
sents, and  Jane  Tritton  of  Chilham, 
v.,  about  26,  d.  of  W'illiam  Tritton, 
dec,  and  of  Margaret  Tritton,  alias 
Buncker,  who  also  consents.     At  S. 
George's,    Cant.     John      Fissenden 
senior,    of  Chilham,  glover,    bonds. 
May  9,  1631.     i^v  Fissenden. 
Fetherson,  Thomas,   of  Newington  n. 
Sittingbourne,     husb.,     widr.,     and 
Elizabeth  Carter,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20, 
who,  her  parents  being  dead,  is  now 
living,  as  of  long  time  she  hath  lived, 
wdth  the  said  Thomas  as  his  hous- 
hold  servant.     At  same.     Alexander 
Fawly,  s.  p.,  tile-maker,  bonds.  Aug. 
19,  1629. 
Feyniex,    Philip.     See   Pheni.x,    Philip, 

July  28,  1642. 
Fidge,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
mercer,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary 
Partrich,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
Randolph  Partrich,  s.  p.,  apothecary, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover  or  Charlton  n.  Dover.     John 


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Marshall  of  Leiiham,  grocer,  and  John 
Webb  of  Harrietsham,  clothier, 
bonds.     Dec.  30,  1639. 

Fidge  et  Browne,  1646.  Taken  from 
the  index  to  Vol.  P. 

Field  (Feild),  Christopher,  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Margaret 
Rogers,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Anselm  Rogers, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Sturry.  Christopher 
Blaxland  of  Cant.,  vintner,  bonds. 
Aug.  10,  1642. 

Field,  William,  of  Woodnesborough, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  21,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Mary  Harrison  of 
Westbere,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Ann, 
now  wife  of  Thomas  Potkin  of 
Reculver,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Field  of  West- 
bere, yeom.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.     Feb.  9,  1635. 

Figg,  Thomas,  of  Huckinge,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Reynoldes  of  Holl- 
iugbourne,  v.,  about  40.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.  Nicholas  Penny  of 
Hollingbourne,  maltster,  and  John 
Reynoldes,  s.  p.,  tailor,  bonds.  June 
15,  1641. 

File,  Henry,  of  Bekesbourne,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  29,  whose  father  Thomas  File, 
carpenter,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Bayly  of  Patrixbourne,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  James  Bayly,  s.  p.,  j'eom.,  who 
also  consents.  AtS.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Jan.  22,  1642  [but  1643  is  the  cor- 
rect year]. 

File,  Richard,  of  Folkestone,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Mary  Fagge,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26, 
d.  of  Joan  Kennet,  a/ias¥a.oge,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  her 
husband,  Richard  Kcnnett.  At  Hawk- 
inge.     Dec.  2,  1631. 

File,  Stephen,  of  Deal,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  46,  and  Ann  Johnson  of  West- 
bere, maiden,  about  35,  d.  of  Henry 
Johnson  of  Fordwich,  g.,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant. 
Aug.  27,  1623. 

File,  Thomas,  the  younger,  of  Bekes- 
bourne, yeom.,  ba.,  about  28,  whose 
father  John  File  the  elder,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  consents,  and  Barbary  Pettitt, 
relict  of  John  Pettitt,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  John  Baker 
of  Boughton  Blean,  linen  weaver, 
bonds.     March  18,  1638. 

Fill,  Thomas,  of  Smarden,  broadweaver, 
ba.,  about  22,   whose  mother  con- 


sents, and  Mary  Whitehead  of  Ul- 
combe,  v.,  21,  whose parentsaredead. 
At  Smarden.  John  Butcher  of  Smar- 
den, husb.,  bonds.    Jan.  31,  1642. 

Filmer,  Edward,  of  Sittingbourne,  mer- 
cer, ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Tong 
of  Milstead,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Thomas  Tong,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Aug.  28,  1628. 

Fillmer,  Fklward,  of  Sittingbourne, 
grocer,  widr.,  and  Helen  Ellwyn  of 
Milton  n.  Sittingbourne,  v.,  about  30. 
At  Milton  n.  S.  Augustine  Lushing- 
ton  of  Sittingbourne,  maltster,  bonds. 
Nov.  7,  1636. 

Filmar,  George,  of  Elham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Bennet,  alias  Benedict, 
Luce,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  Henry  Woodwar  of  Elham, 
currier,  bonds.     May  1,  1640. 

Fillmer,  John,  of  Maidstone,  grocer,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  Tayler,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  William  Tayler,  s. 
p.,  barber,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Nicholas  Woodfield,  s.  p., 
blacksmith.  At  Sutton  Valence, 
"  because  he  hath  many  kinseftblke 
livmge  there  who  will  bestowe  some 
curtesies  upon  him."  Robert  Bates 
of  Maidstone,  trugger,  bonds.  July 
30,  1627. 

Fillmer,  John,  of  Maidstone,  grocer, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Iden  of 
Boughton  Monchelsea,  v.,  about  20, 
whose  mother  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  a  letter  from  Abraham  Clarke 
of  Maidstone.  At  Sutton  Valence, 
because  he  was  born  there,  and 
many  friends  of  his  are  living  there 
whom  he  has  invited  to  the  wedding. 
Jan.  7,  1627. 

Fillmer,  John,  of  Boughton  Malhcrbe, 
husb.,  ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Martha  Jones, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  at  her  own  govt., 
her  father  being  dead.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.     Feb.  4,  1636. 

Filmer,  Richard,  of  Wychling,  husb.,ba., 
about  30,  and  Dennis  Packenham, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Wychling  or 
Otterden.  Thomas  Filmer  of  Wych- 
ling, yeom.,  and  Henry  Skeere  of 
Doddington,  bricklayer,  bonds.  Feb. 
7,  1643. 


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Fillmer,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  mercer, 
widr.,  about  39,  and  Susan  Terry,  s. 
p.,  \v.,  about  35,  relict  of  Nathaniel 
Terry,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Lenham, 
"  because  many  of  her  friends  doe 
live  there  who  intend  to  bestowe 
some  Curtesies  upon  them."  Aug. 
17,  1627. 

Fillmer,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Jane  Outred  of  Tenter- 
den,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Matthew 
Outred,  s.  p.,  innholder,  who  con- 
sents. At  Tentcrden.  Dec.  1  [per- 
haps Dec.  3  is  intended],   1630. 

Fillmer,  Robert,  of  Wychling,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Fillmer,  consents,  and  Mary  Pack- 
man, s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  same.  April 
13,  1635. 

Filmer,  Robert,  of  Wychling,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Burton  of  Eastling, 
v.,  about  25  or  26,  d.  of  Thomas 
Burton,  s.  p.,  chandler,  who  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Oct.  30, 
1645. 

Finch,  Anthony,  of  Sandwich,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Judith  Harris,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich.  Roger  Forest  of 
Cant ,  butcher,  bonds.    Feb.  1,  1636. 

Finch,  Christopher,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  Merchant  Taylor,  ba.,  21 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Mary  Bennett  of  the  Precincts 
of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  v.,  about  21  or  22, 
d.  of  George  Bennett  of  Wingham, 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.  William  Elvery  of 
Cant.,  woolcomber,  bonds.  June 
25,  1646. 

Finch,  Daniel,  of  Westbere,  husb.,  ba., 
about  29  or  30,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Ann  Ellis,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Ellis,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.    June  23,  1641. 

Finch,  George,  of  Wye,  g.,  ba.,  about 
23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane  Twis- 
den,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Thomas 
Twisden,  Esquire,  late  dec,  and  now 
under  the  govt,  of  John  Tilden  of 
Wye,  g.,  who  consents.  At  Wye. 
Dec.  17,  1631. 

Fynch,  George,  of  Crundale,  g.,  widr., 
and  Ann  Upton  of  Faversham,  v., 
about  25,  d.  of  Mrs.  Margaret  Upton, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 


by  her  son,  John  Upton,  g.  At  Oare. 
June  22,  1640. 

Finch,  Harbert,  of  the  city  of  London, 
haberdasher,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Elizabeth  Reeve  of  Maidstone,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Thomas  Reeve,  s.  p., 
g.,  who  consents,  and  makes  and 
signs  this  allegation.  At  Maidstone. 
April  3,  1624.' 

Finch,  James,  of  Stelling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Mary  Gore,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  she  now  at  the  govt,  of  her 
uncle,  Richard  Norwood,  who  con- 
sents.    At  same.     May  21,  1638. 

Finch,  Rlark,  of  Tong,  g.,  ba.,  about  28, 
and  Elizabeth  Quested  of  Harriet- 
sham,  v.,  about  19,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  her  son, 
Robert  Quested.  At  Stockbury. 
Oct.  3,  1645. 

Finch,  Michael,  of  Bobbing,  g.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Ann  Carpenter  of  Mil- 
ton n.  Sittingbourne,  w.,  about  50, 
relict  of  Augustine  Carpenter,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.     At  Milton.    June  22,  1626. 

Finch,  Michael,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  g.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth 
Furser  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
Richard  Furser,  dec.  At  S.  Michael's, 
Harbledown.     June  9,  1628. 

Finch,  Norton,  of  Bapchild,  g.,  ba.. 
about  25  or  26,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Alice  Merser,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  24,  d.  of  Catherine  Merser, 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Thomas  Merser,  s.  p..  yeom.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.     Feb'.  17,  1641. 

Finch,  Robert,  and  Elizabeth  Cannon, 
of  S.  Nicholas  Atwade.  At  same. 
Dec.  28,  1628. 

Finch,  Robert,  of  Coldred,  g.,  widr., 
and  Joan  Mersh  of  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  [blank] 
Mersh,  late  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's. 
Richard  Alleyn,  clerk,  curate  of  S. 
Mildred's,  bonds.     May  2,  1635. 

Finch,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  g.,  widr.,  about  44,  and 
Helen  Bradenham  of  Newington  n. 
Sittingbourne,  w.,  about  30,  late  wife 
of  Mr.  William  Bradenham,  clerk, 
late  of  Upchurch,  dec.  At  Milton 
or  Newington  aforesaid.  Sept.  1, 1619. 

Finch,  William,  of  Tenterden,  grazier, 
widr.,  about  27,  and  Anna  Banckes, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  whose  mother, 
Rebecca   Banckes,    consents,    as    is 


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testified  by  William  Finch,  s.  p.,  g- 
At  Boughton  Aluph,  because  J\lr. 
Boughton,  the  minister  there,  is  a 
kinsman  of  his.  March  26,  1625. 

Finch,  William,  of  Doddington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30  and  Frances  Tarrant, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Joyce,  the 
wife  of  Henry  Summers  of  Faver- 
sham,  who  consents.  At  Preston  n. 
Faversham  or  Ospringe.  Sept.  22, 
1641. 

Finch,  William,  of  Ashford,  g.,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Ann  Fisher  of  Deal,  v.,  about 
22,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.  John  Milner  of 
Cant.,  cordwainer,  bonds.  Jan.  4, 
1643. 

Fineas.     See  Finnis. 

Fineux,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Jane 
Monins,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Stephen  Monins,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  James's  in  Dover. 
Sept.  1,  1630. 

Finn  (Fynne),  George,  of  Holhfield, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  31,  and  Mary  Bar- 
ker of  Ashford,  v.,  of  the  like  age. 
At  S.  I\r.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Hugh 
Barker  of  Ashford,  husb.,  bonds. 
June  2,  1645. 

Finne,  Hammon,  of  Birchington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary  Billingherst 
of  S.  John's  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  19, 
d.  of  Zachary  Billingherst,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  All  Saint's, 
Cant.     Oct.  3,  1631. 

Finn,  Henry,  of  Blackmanstone,  husb., 
widr.,  about  36,  and  Martha  Foach, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  John 
Foach  late  of  Lympne,  husb.,  dec. 
At  Bonnington.     Oct.  29,  1619. 

Fin,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in  the  Marsh, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  INIary  Moore  of 
Ashford,  v.,  about  30,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Bartholmew  Birch  of  Challock,  husb., 
bonds.     June  12,  1639. 

Fin,  jacobus,  and  Margaret  Gilphin,  of 
Old  Romney.  At  same.  Feb.  2,  1637. 

Finne,  John,  of  Hythe,  cordwainer,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Finne,  consents,  and  Dorothy  Fanne, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Walter  Fanne, 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Richard  Finne  [who  signed  Fenn] 
of    Cant.,     cordwainer.      At    Holy 


Cross,  Cant.  Robert  Barham  of  H. 
Cross,  Cant.,  locksmith,  bonds. 
March  11,  1639. 

Fynn,  Mark,  of  Great  Chart,  weaver, 
widr.,  about  33,  and  Deborah  Busher 
of  Ashford,  maiden,  about  17,  d.  of 
[blank]  Busher,  late  s.p.,  tailor,  dec, 
now  in  the  govt,  of  [blank]  Hony- 
fold,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Great  Chart.     Feb.  13,  1621. 

Finne,  Richard,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  26,  and  iMar- 
garet  Finne  of  Teynham,  maiden, 
about  30,  d.  of  William  Finne,  late 
of  Faversham,  dec.  At  Teynham. 
April  12,  1626. 

Finnis  (Phinnis),  Henry,  of  Egerton, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  21,  and  Ann  Beale, 
s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
mother  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  Baxley,  s.  p.,  tailor.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Beale  of 
Boughton  Malherbe,  husb.,  bonds. 
June  15,  1635. 

Fineas,  Richard,  of  S.  Margaret  Atclift", 
husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Ann  Love 
of  Westcliff,  maiden,  about  21,  d.  of 
Alexander  Love  of  Deal,  haberdasher, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret  Atcliff. 
Thomas  Hovenden  of  S.  Marg.  At- 
cliff, husb.,  bonds.    Jan.  13,  1626. 

Finnis,  Robert,  of  S.  Margaret  Atcliff, 
husb.,  ba.,  almost  40,  and  Elizabeth 
Allen,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of 
Richard  Allen,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents.    At  same.     Oct.  10,  1634. 

Finnes,  William,  of  Mersham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Flax  of  Alding- 
ton, w.  of  Edward  Flax,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Aldington.  Ephraim  Ponnet 
of  Mersham,  husb.,  bonds.  June  22, 
1632. 

Fish,  Nicholas,  of  Saltwood,  j-eom., 
widr.,  about  35,  and  Amy  Foorde  of 
Sellinge,  maiden,  about  26,  d.  of 
William  Foord,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Sellinge.  John  Fish 
of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.    RLay  4,  1622. 

Fish,  Nicholas,  of  Saltwood,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  43,  and  Thomasine  Mersh  of 
Elham,  maiden,  about  30.  At  Elham. 
April  13,  1627. 

Fish,  Nicholas,  of  Saltwood,  yeom.,  v.'idr., 
and  Ann  Turke  of  Hythe,  w. 
of  Anthony  Turke,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Aug.  8,  1631. 

Fisher,  Henry,  of  Birchington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Ann  Taylor,  s.  p., 


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v.,  about  19,  d.  of  John  Taylor,  s.  p., 
husb.,  who  consents.  At  Monkton. 
Peter  Morris  of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Jan.  7,  164.5. 

Fisher,  Matthew,  of  Sturry,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  4.5,  and  Margaret  Steely  of 
Fordwich,  w.  of  Daniel  Steely,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hackington.  Thomas 
Tremell  of  Sturry,  g.,  bonds.  July 
27,1635. 

Fisher,  Thomas,  of  the  city  of  London, 
merchant,  ba.,  about  26,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Fisher,  consents,  and 
Bennet  Country  of  Deal,  w.,  relict  of 
Richard  Country,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Nicholas 
Country  of  Deal,  g.,  bonds.  June 
24,  1639. 

Fisher,  Thomas,  of  Elmstead,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Alice  Stroud,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26, 
d.  of  William  Stroud  of  Wye,  yeom., 
who  also  consents.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  Thomas  Mayne  of  Cant., 
grocer,  bonds.     Jan.  6,  1641. 

Fisher,  William,  of  Hackington,  husb., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Elizabeth  Rosam, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Robert 
Rosam  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  who 
consents.  At  Hackington.  Feb.  21, 
1619. 

Fissenden,  John,  of  Chilham,  glover, 
widr.,  and  Mary  Snode  of  Boughton 
Aluph,  w.  of  Christopher  Snode,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  B.  Aluph.  Henry 
Woodman  of  Cant.,  weaver,  and 
William  Smith,  s.  p.,  glover,  bonds. 
Oct.  4,   1633. 

Fissenden,  Thomas,  of  Ruckinge,  husb., 
widr.,  about  43,  and  Ann  Balden  of 
Egerton,  w.  of  one  Balden,  late 
dec.  At  Bethersden.  Richard  Glover 
of  Kingsnorth,  husb.,  bonds.  Nov. 
21,  1637.     See  Fessenden. 

Fist,  Martin,  of  Goudhurst,  clerk,  M.A., 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Mary  Lake,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Thomas  Lake,  s. 
p.,  who  consents,  as  is  certified  by  a 
letter  to  Mr.  Watmer  one  of  the 
proctors.  At  Cranbrook  or  Goud- 
hurst.    March  19,  1627. 

Fittell,  Geoffry,  of  Barbara,  carpenter, 
widr.,  about  23,  and  Elizabeth  Bur- 
ton of  S.  Stephen's  n.  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  Richard  Burton,  s. 
p.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Stephen's. 
June  29,  1619. 


Fittell,  Thomas,  of  Stelling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Elizabeth  Preble  of 
Acrise,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Richard 
Preble,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  George's,  Cant.  Dec.  29,  1632. 

Fittell,  William,  of  Barbara,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Hodges,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Hodges,  lates.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Nicholas  Justice 
of  Cant.,  plumber,  bonds.  June  6, 
1639. 

Flaunder,  Ralph,  of  Benenden,  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  about  30,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Sarah  Chittenden,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  28,  d.  of  William 
Chittenden,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents, and  signs  this  allegation.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.    Aug.  15,  1620. 

Flavell,  Joseph,  of  the  Borough  of 
Southwark  in  the  city  of  London, 
waterman,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
mother,  Alice  Flavell,  consents,  and 
Margaret  Grigsbie  of  Deal,  w.  of 
Stephen  Grigsbie,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Deal.     Dec.  10,  1639. 

Flectune,  Thomas,  and  Margaret  Willcs, 
of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant.  At  same. 
]\Iay  14,  1637. 

Fleete,  Henry,  of  Cosmus  and  Damian 
in  the  Blean,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  25, 
whose  father,  Thomas  Fleete,  con- 
sents, and  Alice  Atwells,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  21,  d.  of  Henry  Atwells,  s.  p., 
husb.,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Dunstan's,  Cant.     Aug.  15,  1627. 

Fleet,  John,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
husb.,  ba.,  about  20,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Repentance  Mead  of 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  v.,  about  20,  d. 
of  Stephen  Mead,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Thomas  Cullen  of 
Harbledown,  husb,,  who  also  made 
faith  that  John  Fleet's  mother  con- 
sents. At  Holy  Cross.  William 
Foster  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  April 
25,  1635. 

Fleete,  John,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
yeora.,  widr.,  and  Mary  Browne  of 
Heme,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Richard 
Browne,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Williara  Hobson  of 
Hackington,  tilemaker.  At  Heme. 
Robert  Hawes  of  Cant.,  cordwainer, 
bonds.     Oct.  13,  1641. 

Fleete,  Michael,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
and  Mary  Hunt,  s.  p.  At  same. 
March  4,  1619. 


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Fleet,  Simon,  of  Minster,  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  40  and  upwards,  and  Mary 
Blaxland  of  Sturry,  v.,  about  40.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas  Carey 
of  Cant.,  cordwainer.  bonds.  July 
11,  1635. 

Fleete,  Thomas,  the  younger,  of  Cosmos 
and  Damian  in  Le  Bleane,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  son  of  Thomas  Fleete 
the  elder,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
and  Joan  Hall  of  Willesborough,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Gregory  Hall,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  William  Thwaites  of  S.  Dun- 
stan's,  Cant.,  g.  At  S.  AI phage, 
Cant.     June  23,  1624. 

Fleet,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Margaret  Baker  of 
Minster  in  Thanet,  w.  of  Roger 
Baker,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  George  Knot  of  Cant.,  baker, 
bonds.     Aug.  11,  1634. 

Fleetewood,  Richard,  of  Ashford,  car- 
penter, ba.,  about  30,  and  Mildred 
Macklen,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d. 
of  John  Macklen  of  Burwash  in  Sus- 
sex, glazier,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Nicholas  Reeve  of  Ash- 
ford, turner.  At  Ashford.  Dec.  13, 
1620. 

Flesher,  Nicholas,  of  Chartham,  fell- 
monger,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann 
Wilton  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  w.  of 
John  Wilton,  dec.  At  Holy  Cross. 
Feb.  9,  1637. 

Fletcher,  Rartholomew,  of  Woodnes- 
borough,  g.,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Margaret  Paramour,  v., 
about  IS,  d.  of  Joshua  Paramour 
of  Eastry,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Eastry.  Allegation  made  and  signed 
by  Samuel  Nicols,  clerk,  vicar  of 
Eastry.     Sept.  13,  1632. 

Fletcher,  Bartholomew,  of  Woodncs- 
borough,  g.,  widr..  and  Elizabeth 
Butler,  v.,  21  and  upwards,  d.  of 
William  Butler,  late  of  Cant.,  g.,  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  Sittingbourne. 
William  Harrison  of  Woodnes- 
borough,  g.,  bonds.    April  15,  1634. 

Fletcher,  Richard,  of  Ashford,  g.,  ba., 
23  and  upwards,  whose  father,  Hugh 
Fletcher,  consents,  and  Mary  Fusse, 
s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  d.  of  Susan 
Fusse,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Ashford  or  Willesborough.  Jan. 
5,  1642. 


Fllnder  (Flynder),  James,  of  S.  James's 
in  Dover,  seaman,  widr.,  and  Joan 
Dennis  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  w.  of 
Edmund  Dennis,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.  July  14, 1642. 

Flinder,  John,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
and  Ellen  Linsey,  s.  p.,  w.  At  same. 
March  25,  1628. 

Fllnder,  John,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Chalke  of  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant,,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
John  Chalke  of  Dover,  dec,  now 
under  the  govt,  of  William  Chalke, 
s.  p.,  mariner,  her  father's  exor.,  who 
consents.     Feb.  21,  1632. 

Flint,  Richard,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  26  and  up- 
wards, and  Elizabeth  Giles,  s.  p.,  v., 
30  and  upwards,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
April  15,  1629. 

Flint,  Thomas,  of  Sandhurst,  sawyer, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Waterman,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Water- 
man, s.  p.,  carpenter,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  26, 1634. 

Flintstone,  Richard,  of  Rye  in  Sussex, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Sarah  Wayman  of 
Aldington,  v.,  about  24,  whose  par- 
ents are  dead.  At  Aldington.  June 
23,  1643. 

Flintstone,  William,  of  Willesborough, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  50,  and  Eliza- 
beth Home  of  Wye,  v.,  about  34, 
whose  mother,  Margery  Hornc,  s. 
p.,  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     June  16,   1626. 

Floud,  Thomas,  of  Faversham,  drover, 
ba.,  about  58,  and  Susan  Rogers,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of  Gabriel 
Rogers,  late  s.  p.,  schoolmaster,  dec. 
At  same.     Jan.  14,  1623. 

Flood,  William,  of  Biddenden,  broad- 
weaver,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Alice 
Sherlocke,  s.  p.,  about  43,  w.  of 
William  Sherlocke  late  of  [blank], 
dec.  At  Biddenden.  Sept.  2,  1619. 
See  Lloyd. 

Floyd.     See  Lloyd. 

Fluce,  Thomas,  and  Ann  Larkine,  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.  At  same.  June  11, 
1633. 

Fl usher,  Nicholas,  of  Bridge,  and  Sarah 
Kenneti  of  S.  George's,  Cant.  At 
Bridge.     May  16,  1619. 

Fl  usher,  Nicholas,  of  S.  George's,  Cant., 
vintner,   ba.,  about   22,   and   Sarah 

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Persie,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
[blank]  Persie  [mother  of  the  said 
Sarah]  of  Ashford,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.    April  5,  1645. 

Fl usher,  Robert,  of  Chartham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Scapey  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  w.  of  John  Scapey, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Alphage.  Jan. 
22,  1637. 

Foach,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
woollcndraper,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Jane  Bull,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  20.  d.  of  Peter  Bull, 
late  s.  p.,  woollcndraper,  dec,  and 
now  in  the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Susan 
Bull,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
Harbledown.     Dec.  18,  1622. 

Foach,  Robert,  of  the  city  of  London, 
woollcndraper,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Martha  Bachelour  of  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Mr. 
Christopher  Bachelour,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Chartham  or  Milton  n.  Chartham, 
"  by  reason  that  Mr.  George  Bache- 
lour, brother  to  the  said  Martha, 
dwellcth  at  Chartham,  and  intcndeth 
to  give  them  their  wedding  dinner." 
Nov.  30,  1622.     Si-e  Foche. 

Foade,  John,  of  Waltham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Mary  Tolherst  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  maiden,  30  and  up- 
wards, d.  of  Edward  Tolherst  of 
Cranbrook,  husb.,  who  consents.  At 
Waltham.     Nov.  25,  1626.^ 

Foad,  Richard,  of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant., 
musiciancr,  ba.,  about  23,  and  Eliza- 
beth Mathers,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William 
Mathers,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.     Aug.  17,  1644. 

Foate,  Jcffery,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba.,  about 
27,  and  Margaret  Petley,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  23,  whose  mother  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  her  brother  John 
Petley,  s.  p.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Oct  19,  1629. 

Foate,  Thomas,  of  Ash,  [blank],  ba., 
about  28,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Mary 
Edwardes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Anthony  Edwardes  of  Eastry,  car- 
penter, who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  a  letter  from  Richard  Feild  of 
Sandwich,  glover.  At  S.  Mary's  in 
Sandwich.  May  4,  1640.  JVo/e.  A 
pen  drawn  across  this  allegation,  and 
"vacat"  written  in  the  margin. 
Foate,  Vincent,  of  Chislet,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Mary  Bartlett,  s.  p., 
v.,   about   25,    d.  of  John   Bartlett, 


s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  John  Mountster  of  Hoath  in 
the  parish  of  Reculver,  bonds. 
June  3,   1628. 

Foche,  John,  of  Wootton,  g.,  and  Mary 
Omer  of  Ash,  w.  At  Ash.  Wm. 
Streater  of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
April  16,  1619. 

Foche,  Thomas,  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Wingham,  g.,  and  Bennett  Oldfield 
of  Cant.,  w.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  Wm.  Streater  of  Cant.,  yeom., 
bonds.  March  27,  1619.     .S^^  Foach. 

Fogge,  Ezechias,  of  Chilham,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Nailer,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  20,  d.  of  Robert 
Nailer,  late  of  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant., 
g.,  dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of  her 
aunt,  Mrs.  Engle  Boys,  wife  of  the 
Rt.  Worshipful  Mr.  Doctor  Boys, 
Dean  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  or  Chil- 
ham or  Boughton  Blean.  Jan.  11, 
1621. 

Fogge,  Richard,  of  Tilmanstone,  g., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann  Darrell  of 
Bettishanger,  v.,  about  18,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  at  the  govt, 
of  Edward  Boys,  s.  p.,  Esquire,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  the  letter 
of  Mr.  Moses  Capell,  vicar  of  Til- 
manstone. At  Bettishanger.  Oct.  22, 
1638. 

Foord,  Edmond,  of  West  Peckham  in 
Kent,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  43,  and 
Mary  Reeve  of  Maidstone,  w.,  about 
42,  relict  of  Thomas  Reeve,  late 
s.  p,,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
Dec  5,  1625. 

Foord,  Edward,  of  Birchington,  husb., 
ba.,  26  and  upwards,  whose  mother, 
Wilman  Ford,  consents,  and 
Deborah  Miles  of  Adisham,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  Ann  Miles  of  Wing- 
ham,  w.,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.     July  26,  1641. 

Foord,  George,  of  Stowting,  ba.,  about 
23,  whose  father,  Richard  Foord, 
consents,  and  Mary  Carter,  s.  p.,  v., 
d.  of  Susan  Carter  of  Stanford,  w., 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  son,  Thomas  Carter,  s.  p.,  yeom. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  July  29, 
1639. 

Foord,  Henry,  of  Birchington,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Eve  Norwood  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Thanet,  v.,  about  the  like  age,  d.  of 


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358 


William  Norwood,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Birchington.  George 
Stancombe  of  Birchington,  clerk, 
and  Daniel  Friend,  s. p.,  tailor,  bonds. 
Feb.  3,   1633. 

Forde,  Jeremy,  of  Birchington,  hush., 
ba.,  about  19,  and  Mary  Sare,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Richard  Turner  of  Birching- 
ton, husb.,  bonds.     Oct.  3,  1634. 

Foord,  John,  of  Dover,  merchant,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Elizabeth  Greene,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  John  Greene,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret  Atcliff.  John 
Jacob  of  Dover,  merchant,  bonds. 
July  11,  1634. 

Foord,  John,  of  Bridge,  tanner,  ba., 
about  24,  son  of  William  Foord,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  and  Martha 
Osborne  of  Dover,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of 
Thomas  Osborne,  s.  p.,  tanner,  who 
also  consents.  At  Charlton  n.  Dover. 
March  31,  1638. 

Foord,  Robert,  of  Queenborough, 
tanner,  ba.,  about  23,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Dorothy  Pett,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  16,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  she  now  under  the  govt,  of 
Nicholas  Sympson,  s.  p  ,  who  con- 
sents by  letter.  At  same.  Nicholas 
Sherley  of  Mort  (.^)  in  Dorset,  glazier, 
bonds.     April  16,  1638. 

Foord,  Thomas,  of  Benenden,  broad- 
weaver,  42,  and  Phoebe  Brickenden, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  one 
Brickenden,  dec,  and  now  at  her 
own  govt.     At  same.     Nov.  8,  1623. 

Foord,  Thomas,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Martha  Horton  of 
Ashford,  v..  about  22,  who,  her  father 
being  dead,  is  now  at  the  govt,  of 
Martha  Horton,  alias  Morris,  wife  of 
John  Morris,  s.  p.,  butcher,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Acquilla  Hunt  of  Ashford,  saddler, 
bonds.     Feb.  3,  1630. 

Foord,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Jane  Rest,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  24,  d.  of  Deborah  Rest,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At  same. 
June  30,  1640. 

Foord,  William,  of  Patrixbourne,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Margaret  Falk- 
ner  of  Eastry,  w.,  about  36,  late  wife 
of  Wm.  Falkner,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Worth. 
July  23,  1619. 

Foord,  William,  of  Sellinge,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  50,  and  Jane  Cheeseman  of 


Brabourne,  maiden,  about  37,  d.  of 
William  Cheesman,  late  of  Smeeth, 
yeom.,  dec,  and  now  at  her  own 
govt.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
June  3,  1624. 

Forbes,  James,  clerk,  vicar  of  Bovey- 
Tracey  in  Devon,  ba.,  about  31,  and 
Mary  Billing  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
w.  of  Joseph  Billing,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Mary's.  John  Bennet  ofBovey- 
Tracey,  g.,  bonds.     Nov.  5,  1628. 

Ford  red,  James,  of  Hythe,  tailor,  widr., 
and  Alice  Light,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about  27, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Henry  Esse.x  of  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.,  silkweaver,  and 
John  Person,  s.  p.,  cordwainer,  bonds. 
June  13.  1639. 

Fordred,  John,  of  Elmstead,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Thomasine  Parat  of 
Petham,  v.,  about  16,  d.  of  Elizabeth 
Parat,  alias  Watson,  wife  of  William 
Watson,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents, 
as  her  said  husband  testifies.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Isbram  Love  of 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     May  9,  1634. 

Fordred,  John,  of  Hackington,  tanner, 
ba.,  23  and  upwards,  whose  father, 
Thomas  Fordred  of  Elmstead,  con- 
sents, and  Joan  Bowell  of  Bapchild, 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Solomon  Bowell, 
s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  William  Fordred  of  Hackington, 
tanner.  At  Rodmersham  or  Tong. 
William  INLithers  of  Cant.,  musician, 
bonds.     July  14,  1638. 

Fordred,  Thomas,  of  Brabourne,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Margery  Wooddell, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  John  Wood- 
dell, s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Oct.  3,   1631. 

Fordred,  William,  of  Faversham,  cord- 
wainer, ba.,  about  21,  son  of  James 
Fordred  of  Hyth,  g.,  whose  good 
liking  and  consent  is  already  adhibi- 
ted, and  Ann  Huggins  of  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.,  maiden,  about  23,  at  her  own 
disposing,  her  parents  being  dead. 
At  Bridge.     June  5,  1627. 

Fordred,  William,  of  Hackington,  tan- 
ner, and  Mabel  Somner  of  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.,  v.,  d.  of  Mr.  William 
Somner,  s.  p.  At  S.  IMargaret's. 
Sept,  10,  1634. 

Fordred,  William,  of  Hythe,  cordwainer, 
widr.,  and  Amy  Simpson  of  S. 
James's  in  Dover,  w.  of  William 
Simpson,  late  one  of  the  gunners  of 


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360 


Dover  Castle,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  Henry  Morris  of  Mersham, 
yeom.,  bonds.     Aug.  19,  1641. 

Foreman,  Edward,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Mary  Farmer  of  Selling,  v., 
about  19,  d.  of  George  Farmer,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  B.  Blean. 
Oct.  17,  1629. 

Forman,  John,  of  Ash,  maltster,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Wilman  Gardner  of  S. 
Paul's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Wil- 
man Gardner,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Henry  Granger  of 
jesus  Hospital,  Cant.,  tailor.  At  S. 
"Paul's,  Cant.     Jan.  14,  1635. 

Forman,  John,  of  Stockbury,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Clemence  Willes,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  Ralph  Punnett 
of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  yeom.,  and 
Richard  Bromley  of  Cant.,  school- 
master, bonds.     Nov.  2,  1641. 

Forman,  Thomas,  of  Hawkhurst,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  21,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Bishop  of 
Rolvenden,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of 
Thomas  Bishop  of  Hawkhurst, 
broadweaver,  who  also  consents.  At 
Rolvenden.  John  Springet  of  Hawk- 
hurst, husb.,  bonds.     Sept.  24,  1634. 

Formell,  Richard,  of  Wickhambreux, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Bennet  of 
Stodmarsh,  w.  of  George  Bennet, 
late  dec.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     July  11,  1633. 

Forstall,  Henry,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  maltster,  ba.,  about  27, 
and  Joan  Paitesonn,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
40,  relict  of  Gilbert  Paitesonn,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Woodnesborough. 
William  Forstall  of  Ickham,  yeom., 
bonds.     May  27,  1620. 

Forstall,  Henry,  Esquire,  Mayor  of 
Sandwich,  widr.,  and  Bennet  Huffam 
of  Ash,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Stephen 
Huftam,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Ash.     March  23,  1628. 

Forstall,  William,  of  Ickham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Margaret  Rigden 
of  Little  Hardres,  maiden,  about  26, 
d.  of  William  Rigden,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Edmond  Rigden  of  Petham,  yeom. 
At  Petham.     May  22,  1622. 

Forstall,  William,  of  Heme,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Sylvester  Jenkin,  s.  p., 
w.  of  William  Jenken,   late   s.   p., 


dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Anthony 
Jervis  of  Heme,  yeom.,  and  William 
Beanc,  s.  p.,  carpenter,  bonds. 
April  29,  1635.     See  Fostall. 

Fortescue,  John,  of  the  city  of  Roches- 
ter, seaman,  ba.,  about  25,  whose 
father,  John  Fortescue,  s.  p.,  sumner, 
consents,  and  Martha  Redwood  of 
Deal,  w.  of  Theophilus  Redwood, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Eastry.  Thomas 
HoUoway  of  Deal,  yeom.,  bonds. 
June  25,  16J0. 

Forwood,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sand- 
wich, seaman,  ba.,  about  26,  whose 
father,  Thomas  Forwood,  consents, 
and  Mary  Does,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Richard  Does,  s.  p.,  bricklayer, 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
John  Does  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
cooper.  At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant. 
Oct.  26,  1643. 

Fosbury,  Nicholas,  of  Bredhurst,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Cooper  of  Boxley, 
w.  of  George  Cooper,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     Nov.  7,  1 639. 

Fosier,  Samuel,  of  Kennar[ding]ton, 
and  Constance  Twisden  of  VVare- 
horne.  Sept.  28,  1643.  From  the 
Reg.  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 

Fostall,  Richard,  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  grocer,  about  23,  who.se 
mother,  Ann  Stringer,  ah'as  Fostall, 
of  Wingham,  consents,  and  Mary 
Jefifry  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Frances 
Jeffry,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Mr.  John  Cartright, 
s.  p.,  g.  At  the  Cathedral.  Thomas 
Ockman  of  Cant.,  grocer,  bonds. 
March  19,  1639.     See  Forstall. 

Fostenn,  John,  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
widr.,  about  57,  and  Mary  Hughes, 
s.  p.,  w.,  about  47,  relict  of  Simon 
Hughes,  late  s.  p.,  cooper,  dec.  At 
same.     Sept.  4,  1623. 

Foster,  Edward,  of  New  Romnej',  fell- 
monger,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Ann 
Winsley,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Winsley, 
late  dec.  At  same.  John  Lee 
junior,  of  Cant.,  fellmonger,  bonds. 
Oct.  3,  1636. 

Foster,  Edward,  of  New  Romney,  fell- 
monger,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Hug- 
gleden  of  Lydd,  w.  of  Timothy 
Huggleden,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  N. 
Romney.  Thomas  Slater  of  Lydd, 
fellmonger,  bonds.     Aug.  7,  1638. 


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362 


Foster,  James,  of  Wingham,  g.,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Aphra  JMurry,  s.  p.,  \v., 
about  35,  relict  of  John  Murry,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
March  6,  1625. 

Foster,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
coachman,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Mar- 
garet Jemmet  of  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.,  w.  of  John  Jemmet,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Patrixbourne.  April  21, 
1611. 

Foster,  Maximilian,  of  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  tailor,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Sarah  Bright  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
v.,  about  20,  whose  mother  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  William  Mathers  of 
Cant.,  musician.  At  S.  INIiklred's. 
Richard  Mountiere,  and  William 
Mather,  of  Cant.,  musician.s,  bonds. 
Sept.  6,  1636. 

Foster,  Maximilian,  of  Heme,  husb., 
ba.,  about  20,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  he  now  underthe  guardian- 
ship of  Mr.  John  Knowler,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Jervise 
Lilly  of  Sandwich,  rugmaker,  and 
Sarah  Cock  of  Deal,  v.,  about  22,  d. 
of  Henry  Cock  of  Ripple,  yeom  , 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.     Aug.  6,  1640. 

Foster,  Richard,  of  Whitstable,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Catherine  Penson, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Joseph  Penson,  late  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Dec.  5,   1637. 

Foster,  Richard,  of  Swingfield,  black- 
smith, widr.,  and  Margaret  Brown- 
inge,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John 
Browninge  of  Barham,  tailor,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Buddes,  s.  p.,  tailor.  AtS.  M.  Mag- 
dalene, Cant.     July  15,  1641. 

Foster,  Thomas,  [of  Wye,  husb.,  ba., 
about  31],  and  Amy  Jacksoi)[,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Jane  Jackson,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents].  At  Wye. 
Jan.  2,  1634.  Note.  The  words  in 
brackets  are  taken  from  an  entry 
which  has  been  crossed  out. 

Foster,  Thomas,  of  Stone  in  Oxney, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Lydia  Pemble,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20 
or  21,  d.  of  Mary  Pemble,  s.  p.,  w., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  "  by 
John  Pemble  her  uncle,"  of  Ebony, 
yeom.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  March 
17,1639. 

Foster,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
husb.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Elizabeth 


IMayham,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard  May- 
ham,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Stephen 
Gilbert  of  Cant.,  g.,  and  Thomas 
Beston,  s.  p.,  baker,  bonds.  Jan.  21, 
1640. 

Foster,  Thomas,  of  Hythe,  chapman, 
widr.,  and  Jane  Bramble  of  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Margaret 
Hutt,  alias  Bramble,  now  wife  of 
John  Hutt,  s.  p.,  chapman,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Paul's,  Cant.  Henry 
Brockwell  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
stationer,  bonds.     Feb.  12,  1641. 

Fotherby,  Francis,  clerk,  vicar  of  Lyn- 
stead,  ba  ,  about  34,  and  "Anne  or 
Agnes "  Hatch  of  Bapchild,  w.  of 
John  Hatch,  dec.  At  Bapchild. 
June  28,  1628. 

Fotherby,  Sir  John,  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  Knight,  widr.,  and 
Mrs.  Margaret  Huffam  of  Cant.,  w. 
of  Michael  HulTam,  late  of  Bekes- 
bourne,  g.,  dec.  At  Reculver. 
Thomas  Tremill  of  Slurry,  g.,  bonds. 
Aug.  9,  1645. 

Fowell,  William,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
yeom.,  v;idr.,  and  Ellen  Woolridge, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  33.  At  Thanington. 
June  19,  1630. 

Fowbery,  John,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  widr., 
about  38,  and  Jane  Tailor,  s.  p.,  w., 
about  26,  relict  of  John  Tailor,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Edward  Fillmer  of  Maidstone,  ar- 
miger,  Thomas  Swinock,  s.  p.,  g.,  and 
Richard  Birkhened  of  Cant.,  g., 
bonds.     April  6,  1637. 

Fowie,  Alexander,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
apothecary,  24,  and  Ann  Shipton  of 
S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Mary  Shipton,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant. 
Richard  Shipton  of  Cant.,  linen 
draper,  and  William  Fowle  of  Sand- 
hurst, g.,  bonds.     Jan.  21,  1638. 

Fowle,  John,  of  Lynton,  blacksmith, 
widr.,  about  32,  and  Mary  Shested, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  d.  of 
Richard  Shested,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.    At  same.    July  3,  1621. 

Fowle,  Milts,  of  Stone  in  Oxney,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Goatly,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Edmund  Goatly,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.     Feb.  18,  1631. 

Fowle,  Richard,  of  Lydd,  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  25  or  26,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Margaret  Williams  of 
of    Mersham,    v.,    about   22,  whose 


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parents  are  dead.  At  Mersham.  Nov. 
16,  1639. 

Fowie,  Stephen,  of  Maidstone,  fuller, 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  mother  con- 
sents, and  Elizabeth  Godden  of 
Berstead,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Peter 
Godden,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Cripps  of  Maid- 
stone, beerbrewer.  At  Thurnham. 
Jan.  19,  1634. 

FowIe,  Thomas,  of  Brabourne,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Mary  Standley  of 
Sellinge,  v.,  about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  Brabourne.  ]ulv  16, 
1628. 

FowIe,  Thomas,  of  S.  Alphage,  Cant., 
blacksmith,  widr.,  and  Martha  Scar- 
brow  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch., 
Cant.,  v.,  about  25,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant. 
William  Russell  of  the  said  Precincts, 
g.,  bonds.     May  24,  1642. 

FowIe,  William,  of  Rolvendcn,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  son  of  Thomas  Fowle, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  and  Margaret  Playford, 
of  Bencnden,  maiden,  about  20,  d., 
of  William  Playford,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of 
Solomon  Playford,  s.  p.,  her  brother, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Paine  of  Cant.,  latcleaver. 
At  Bencnden.     June  18,  1622. 

Fowler,  Bartholomew,  of  S.  M.  North- 
gate,  Cant.,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Agnes 
Gilmore,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Philip  Gilmore,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and 
of  Margaret  Gilmore,  alias  Cage, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Hacking- 
ton.  Jacobus  Fowler  of  Cant., 
yeom.,  and  William  Cage,  s.  p., 
miller,  bonds.     Aug.  11,  1631. 

Fowler,  George,  of  Chart  Parva,  and 
Ellen  Homwood  of  Chartham, 
"  puella."  At  Chartham.  Nov.  29, 
1619. 

Fowler,  George,  of  Faversham,  mariner, 
ba.,  about  22,  and  Elizabeth  Black- 
bourne,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  same  or  at 
Preston  n.  Faversham.  Thomas 
Paine  of  Faversham,  mariner,  bonds. 
March  31,  1646. 

Fowler,  Henry,  of  Warehorne,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Ginner,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  22,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Hall 
of  Warehorne,  weaver,  bonds. 
May  7,  1638. 


Fowler,  John,  of  Heme,  cooper,  widr., 
about  30,  and  Grace  Johnson,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Henry 
Johnson  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.     Sept.  22,  1619. 

Fowler,  John,  of  S.  Lawrence  in  Thanet, 
seaman,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
Richard  Fowler,  consents,  and  Mar- 
garet Lee,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age, 
d.  of  Bartholomew  Lee,  s.  p.,  sea- 
man, who  also  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  a  certificate  from  Mr.  William 
Dunkin,  clerk,  vicar  there.  At  S. 
Clement's  in  Sandwich.  Simon 
Raylton  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  Jan. 
21,  1642. 

Fowler,  Richard,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  mariner,  ba.,  about  26,  and 
Parnell  Emptage  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Thomas  Emptage,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Aug.  23,   1619. 

Fowler,  Richard,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  butcher,  widr.,  about  35,  and 
Isabel  Ewell,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
26,  whose  mother,  Ann  Ewell,  alias 
Colson,  of  Heme,  consents.  At  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Boys  Ower  of 
Minster  in  Thanet,  fellmonger, 
bonds.     March  29,  1627. 

Fowler,  Thomas,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
blacksmith,  widr.,  about  44,  and  Jane 
Banckes  of  Badlesmere,  w.,  about 
52,  relict  of  John  Bancks,  late  s.  p., 
husb.,  dec.  At  S.  Paul's.  March 
10,  1623. 

Fowler,  William,  of  All  Saints',  Cant., 
miller,  widr.,  and  Mary  Booreman  of 
the  Precincts  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant,  v., 
about  33,  d.  of  William  Booreman 
of  Ickham,  who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     Sept.  15,  1645. 

Fowsden,  Henry,  of  Hartlip,  butcher, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Kempe,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Edwardes  of  Hartlip,  and  George 
Tassell,  s.  p.,  yeomen,  bonds.  April 
16,  1638. 

Fowtrell,  Richard,  of  Ashford,  yeom., 
ba. ,  about  24,  and  Deborah  Chill- 
man  of  Kennington,  v.,  about  21, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Barrow  of 
Kennington,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct.  4, 
1632. 


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Fowtrell,  Richard,  of  Rye  in  the  county 
of  Kent  [but  Rye  is  in  Sussex], 
woollendrapcr,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Elizabeth  Wachers  of  Tenterdcn,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  John  Wachers,  s  p., 

glazier,  who   [allegation  left 

incomplete.]     Jan.  18,  1635. 

Fox,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary'sin  Dover,  yeom., 
about  25,  and  Sarah  Day,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  26,  d.  of  Eliezar  Day 
of  the  city  of  London,  g.,  [who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Edmund 
Taylor  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover.]  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Oct.  4,  1621. 
[The  words  in  brackets  are  crossed 
out  in  the  original.] 

Fox,  Henry,  of  Swaleclifif,  husb.,  ba.,  21 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Elizabeth  Binge,  s.  p.,  v.,  of  the 
like  age,  d.  of  John  Binge,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     April  27,  1644. 

Fox,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Sandwich, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Palmer,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
John  Palmer,  s.  p.,  butcher,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Cassamera 
Mathew,  s.  p.,  butcher.  At  same. 
Oct.  17,  1625. 

Fox,  John,  of  Minster  in  Thanet,  husb., 
ba.,  about  23,  son  of  John  Fo.x  of 
Birchington,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  John  Pollin  of  Monkton, 
husb.,  and  Joan  Russell  of  Minster 
aforesaid,  v.,  about  26,  d.  of  Thomas 
Russell  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  who 
also  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     July  18,  1628. 

Fox,  John,  of  Whitstable,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  and  Margaret  Bread,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  the  like  age,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  in  the 
govt,  of  her  uncle,  Andrew  Bread, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Holy  Cros.s, 
Cant.    Feb.  10,  1628. 

Fox,  Nicholas,  of  Great  Hardres,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary  Cray  of 
Barham,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Vincent 
Cray,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  William  Brice  of  G. 
Plardres,  linen  weaver.  At  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.     June  13,  1646. 

Fox,  Sampson,  of  Swingfield,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Judith  Somes  of  Lyminge, 
spr.,  about  36,  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     Aug.  3,   1640. 

Fox,  Stephen,  of  Elham,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  son  of  Robert  Fox,  who 


consents,  and  Mary  Baker,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  William 
Baker,  late  of  Staple,  dec,  and  now 
at  her  own  govt.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.     June  12,   1626. 

Fox,  Stephen,  of  Elham,  yeom.,  widr., 
about  24,  and  Ellen  Cooke,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  19,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  in  the  tuition  and  govt., 
of  Richard  Gibbon,  s.  p.,  g.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Nov.  17,  1628. 

Fox,  Thomas,  of  Waltham,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Margaret  Wakcr,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  George  Yonge 
of  Cant.,  apothecary,  bonds.  June 
6,  1629. 

Fox,  Thomas,  of  Whitstable,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Elizabeth  Wymarke,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Wymarke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  27  [or  21], 
1630. 

Fox,  Thomas,  of  Waltham,  and  Agnes 
Spaine  of  Elmstead.  At  Elmstcad. 
Dec.  6,  1630. 

Fox,  Thomas,  of  Great  Hardres,  husb., 
ba.,  30  and  upwards,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Catherine  Gamon  of 
Elham,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  Francis 
Gamon,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  1,  1641. 

Foxe,  William,  of  Capel-le-Fern,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Thomasine 
Lushington,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  21, 
d.  of  Robert  Lushington,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Jan.  28,  1621. 

Fox,  William,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  g  , 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Eleanor  Annoott 
of  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.,  maiden, 
about  22,  d.  of  Charles  Annoot  of 
S.  George's,  Cant.,  g.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  George's.     Jan.  28,  1623. 

Fox,  William,  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  g., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Rooke,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Rooke,  g.,  dec.  At  same. 
John  Pollyn,  s.  p.,  brewer,  bonds. 
Jan.  27,  1635. 

Fox,  William,  of  Great  Hardres,  husb., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Susan  Giles  of 
Kingstone,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  [blank] 
Giles  of  Eastry,  husb.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  Stephen  Brice  of 
G.  Hardres,  weaver.  At  S.  Margaret's 
Cant.  Robert  Jacob  of  G.  Hardres, 
husb.,  bonds.     March  25,  1637. 


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Fox,  William,  of  Dover,  g.,  ba.,  about  28, 
and  Elizabeth  Wymond,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  20.  d.  of  Paul  Wymond,  s.  p., 
g.,  who  consents.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  William  Eaton  of  Dover,  g., 
bonds.     Sept.  16,  1641. 

Foxton,  Anthony,  clerk,  M.A.,  parson 
of  Burmarsh,  ba.,  about  28,  and 
Sarah  Hurlestone  of  Fordwich,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Simon  Hurlestone, 
s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Fordwich. 
Dec.  4,  1628. 

France,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Cant., 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  31,  and  Jane 
Ansel!  of  S.  Michael's,  Harbledown, 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  Henry 
Ansell  of  Chartham,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Dec.  29,  1624. 

Francis,  Edward,  of  Deal,  seaman,  ba., 
about  31,  and  Elizabeth  Wattes,  s.  p., 
w.  of  [blank]  Wattes,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.     Oct.  14,  1645. 

Fraunces,  John,  of  Chartham,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Mary  Sladden,  of  S.  M.  Bredin, 
Cant.,  spr.,  about  28,  her  parents 
both  dead,  "as  shee  saith."  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's.     Oct.  21,  1620. 

Francis,  John,  of  Chartham,  husb., 
widr.,  about  26,  and  jane  Willes,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  John  Willes, 
dec,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     Feb.  19,   1623. 

Francis,  John,  of  Harrietsham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  mother,  Mary 
Francis,  consents,  and  Jane  Quilter, 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  John  Quilter  of 
S.  John's  in  Thanet,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Edward 
Pyard  of  Cant.,  g.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.     July  23,  1638. 

Francis,  John,  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  23  or  24,  whose  father, 
John  Francis,  clerk,  rector  of  Ripple, 
consents,  and  Hannah  Browne,  late 
of  S.  James's  in  Dover,  now  of  Rip- 
ple, v.,  20,  at  the  govt.,  of  her  uncle, 
Mr.  Bartholomew  ver — Planken  of 
Dover,  who  also  consents.  At  Ripple. 
Robert  Simons  of  the  Grey  Friars, 
Cant.,  g.,  and  John  Tayler  of  S. 
Peter's,  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  June  7, 
1639. 

Frances,  John,  of  Cranbrook,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Alice  Taylor  of  Ripple, 
w.  of  John  Taylor,  late  of  Lyminge, 
g.,  dec.  At  Cranbrook  or  Ripple. 
Dec.  24,  1642. 


Francis,  Leonard,  of  Mersham,  sawyer, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Joan  Gilbert,  s. 
p.,  v.,  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Holy  Cross,  Cant.  Oct.  23,  1629. 

Francis,  Roger,  of  Crundale,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Mary  Harris  of  Molash, 
w.  of  Richard  Harris,  late  dec.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Francis 
of  Chartham,  husb.,  bonds.  Nov.  19, 
1629. 

Francis,  William,  of  Dover,  seaman, 
ba.,  about  23  or  24,  and  Ann  Smith, 
s.  p.,  v.,  of  the  like  age,  whose 
parents  consent,  as  is  testified  by  a 
letter  from  Mr.  Thomas  Graunt, 
clerk,  subcurate  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover.  At  S.  Mary's  in  D.  Allega- 
tion made  and  signed  by  Henry 
Browne  of  Dover,  hackneyman,  and 
Leonard  Browne,  Proctor  of  this 
court.  John  Browne  of  Cant., 
vintner,  bonds.     Jan.  25,  1642. 

Francis,  William,  of  Leeds,  and  Susan 
Snoade  of  Harrietsham.  July  .., 
1643.  From  the  Reg.  of  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant. 

Franke,  Christopher,  of  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.,  saddler,  ba.,  about  29, 
whose  mother,  Margaret  Franke, 
s.  p.,  w.,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Huffam,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Michael  Huffam  of  Bekesbourne,  g., 
who  also  consents.  At  Bekesbourne. 
April  29,  1639. 

Franke,  Roger,  citizen  and  chirurgeon 
of  London,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Eliza- 
beth Moore  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
v.,  about  19,  d.  of  Dorcas  Moore, 
s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  was 
testified  by  John  Seamer  of  Sand- 
wich, vintner.  At  S.  Mary's  in  D. 
John  Coote  of  Cant.,  innholder, 
bonds.     Dec.  29,   1639. 

Franck,  Thomas,  of  Adisham,  maltman, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Chees- 
man  of  Goodnestone  n.  Wingham, 
v.,  about  28,  at  her  own  govt.  At  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.     June  5,  1626. 

Fran k  11  n  ( Francklyn),  Arthur,  of  Badles- 
mere,  g.,  ba..  about  40,  and  Bennett 
Mitchell  of  Newnham,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Thomas  Mitchell,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Jan.  13,  1641. 

Francklin,  Henry,  of  Molash,  woollen- 
draper,  ba.,  about  23,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Mary  Fowle  of  Chart- 
ham, v.,  about  25,  whose  parents  also 


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I 


are  dead.  At  Chartham,  Molash  or 
S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  John  Francklin 
of  Cant.,  woollendraper,  bonds. 
Aug.  10,  1642. 

Francklin,  James,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  19,  at  liis  own  govt.,  and 
Hanna  Curtis  of  Tenterden,  maiden, 
about  18,  d.  of  Robert  Curtis  late  s. 
p.,  dec.,  and  now  living  with  George 
Curtis,  s.  p.,  g.,  her  uncle,  who  con- 
sents. At  Staplehurst.  Sept.  13,  1619. 

Francklyn,  lames,  of  Folkestone,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  29,  and  Elizabeth  Mall  of 
Stodmarsh,  v.,  about  29,  d.  of  Eliza- 
beth Hall,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents. 
At  Bridge.     May  19,  1635. 

Frankelin,  James,  of  Faversham,  mer- 
cer, ba.,  about  23,  son  of  Arthur 
Francklin  of  Badlesmcre,  g.,  who 
consents,  and  Elizabeth  Greenstreete 
of  Faversham,  v.,  about  21  or  22,  d.  of 
Robert  Greenstreete,  s.  p..  Jurat, 
who  makes  and  signs  this  allegation. 
At  Faversham.     Oct.  18,  1641. 

Franklin,  John,  of  New  Romney,  linen 
weaver,  widr.,  about  58,  and  Frances 
Day,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  50,  relict  of 
John  Day,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.     Nov.  7,  1627. 

Francklin,  John,  of  Maidstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Alchorne,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  19,  at  her  own  govt. 
(her  father  being  dead)  as  appears 
by  a  letter  from  Nicholas  Francklin, 
s.  p.,  g.     At  same.     April  30,  1631. 

Francklyn,  John,  of  Petham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  22,  son  of  Henry  Franck- 
lin, s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  and 
Anna  Jenkin  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
v.,  about  18,  d.  of  William  Jenkin, 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Minster  in  T.     May  18.  1639. 

Francklyn,  Nicholas,  of  Maidstone,  g., 
ba.,  20  and  upwards,  and  Mary 
Curtys,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  17,  d.  of 
Robert  Curtys,  late  of  Tenterden, 
dec,  and  now  under  the  govt,  of  her 
mother,  Joan  Curtys,  alias  Maplis- 
den,  wife  of  Richard  Maplisden  of 
Maidstone,  g.,  who  consents.  At 
Maidstone.     Aug.  16,  1623. 

Franckling,  Richard,  of  Folkestone, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  with  his  father's 
consent,  and  Alice  Godden,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  John  Godden,  s.  p.,  dec.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     May  22,  1633. 

Francklin,  Thomas,  of  Biddenden,  g., 
widr.,  about  34,  and  Ann  Tippett  of 


Headcorn,  v.,  about  23,  d.   of   Richard 
Tippett,  late  s.   p.,  innkeeper,  dec, 
and  now  under  the  govt,  of  her  father- 
in-law,  George   Brett  of  Headcorn, 
and  of  her  mother,  Catherine  Brett, 
a//(M  Tippett,  who  both  consent.    At 
Headcorn.     Feb.  18,  1623. 
Francklyn,    Thomas,    of     Folkestone, 
yeom  ,    ba.,    about    25,    and    Phil  lis 
IMurrell,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  26,  d. 
of  William  Murrell,  late  ofS.  Mary's 
in  Romney  Marsh,  dec,  and  now  at 
her  own  govt.     At    Biddenden,   for 
that  the  man's  uncle  dwelleth  there, 
who  intendeth  to   give    them    their 
wedding  dinner.     Richard  Baker  of 
New  Romney,  clerk,  bonds.     Feb. 
2,  1624. 
Francklin,  Thomas,  of  Maidstone,  g., 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Elizabeth  Symons,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
20,   who,   her  father  being  dead,  is 
now    under  the  govt,   of  Elizabeth 
Symons,  alias  Beechinge,  who  con- 
sents,   as    is   testified    by    Matthew 
Browne,    s.    p.,    kerseymaker.      At 
Marden.     June  28,  1628. 
Fredd,  Alexander,  and  Margaret  Hayler, 
of  Harrietsham.    At  same.    Feb.  16, 
1628. 
Frebody,  Richard,  of  Cranbrook,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Freebody,  consents,  and  Mary  Grouc 
of  Hawkhurst,   v.,   about    19,   d.   of 
Charles  Groue,  s.  p.,  who  also  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  his  son-in-law, 
WilliamGenvev  of  Cant., embroiderer. 
At  S.  Alphage',  Cant.    May  22,  1639. 
Freeland  (Fryland),  Nathaniel,  of  Cran- 
brook, tanner,  ba.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Mary  Read,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  25,  d.  of  John  Reade  of 
Hollington  in   Sussex,   tailor,    who 
consents.     At  S.   Margaret's,  Cant. 
July  18,  1638. 
Fryland,  Thomas,  of  Cranbrook,  tanner, 
ba.,  about  28,  and  Mary  Osborne,  s. 
p.,    v.,    about    27,    d.    of    William 
Osborne,  s.  p.,  who   consents.     At 
Frittenden.     Feb.  18,  1635. 
Freeland,  William,  of  Nonington,  and 
Elizabeth    Baldin    of    S.    Mildred's, 
Cant.  At  S.  Mildred's.  Dec.  6,  1636. 
Freeman,  Godward,  of  Hollingbourne, 
husb.,  ba.,  27,  and  Elizabeth  Packe, 
s.    p.,   v.,   about  22,   d.   of  William 
Packe,  s.  p.,   husb.,   who  consents. 


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At  same.  William  Hatch  of  Ulcombe, 
bellfounder,  bonds.    Aug.  1,  1635. 

Freeman,  John,  of  Lyminge,  ckrk, 
RI.A.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Susan 
Norton,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d. 
of  John  Norton,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  as  is  te.stified  by  Robert 
Woodland  of  Cant.,  tapster.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.    Aug.  31,  1626. 

Freeman,  Jonas,  of  Thanington, 
labourer,  and  Cicely  Budle  of  S. 
Dunstan's,  Cant.,  v.  At  S.  Martin's, 
Cant.  Rock  Freeman  of  S.  Martin's, 
labourer,  bonds.     April  24,  1619. 

Freeman,  Joseph,  of  Bethersden, 
carpenter,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Jervis 
of  Frittenden,  v.,  about  30,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Thanington. 
July  11,  1637. 

Freeman,  Thomas,  of  Sturry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Sarah  Latner  of 
Stouting,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Philip  Latner,  s.  p.,  weaver,  who 
consents.  At  Thanington.  William 
Rowland  of  Westenh anger,  porter, 
bonds.     Jan.  27,  1623. 

Freeman,  William,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
shoemaker,  ba.,  about  22,  son  of 
William  Freeman  of  Maidstone, 
brewer,  who  consents,  and  Ellen 
Bing,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  26,  relict  of 
Henry  Bing,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Holy 
Cross.     Feb.  18,  1627. 

Freestone,  Robert,  of  Ash,  husb.,  ba., 
about  50,  and  Jane  Baxe,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  [blank]  Ba.xe, 
late  of  Woodnesborough,  husb.,  dec. 
At  Elm-stone.     Oct.  15  [or  16], 1621. 

Fremlin,  George,  ofHythe,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Judith  Westlie  of 
Warehorne,  maiden,  about  22,  d.  of 
Richard  Westlie  of  Tcnterden,  inn- 
keeper, dec,  and  now  in  the  govt, 
of  her  mother,  Judith  Everinge  of 
Hythe,  who  consents.  At  Warehorne. 
Oct.  8,  1621. 

Fremlen,  Thomas,  of  Lyminge,  black- 
smith, widr.,  and  Agnes  Mason,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  26,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  same.  John  Fordred  of 
Petham,  yeom.,  and  Thomas  Kennett 
ofCant.,  turner,  bonds.  Sept.  29, 1638. 

French,  Alexander,  ofGreat Chart, husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Jane  Armour  of 
Kingsnorth,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Armour,  s.  p.,  husb.,  who 
consents.  At  Kingsnorth.  Oct.  25, 
1630. 


French,  John,  of  Tenterden,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Alice 
Fowle  of  Brenzet,  relict  of  Grisegon 
Fowle,  late  of  Old  Romney,  yeom., 
dec.  At  Snargate,  because  the  guest 
(sic)  be  invited  to  the  said  parish 
church.     June  3,  1629. 

French,  John,  of  Ashford,  hcmpdrcsser, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Elizabeth  Flammon  of 
Willesborough,  v  ,  about  26,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant. 
Richard  Fotrell  of  Ashford,  hemp- 
dresser,  and  Jacobus  Boulderston  of 
S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  grocer,  bonds. 
Dec.  11,  1637. 

French,  Patrick,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Margaret  Daniel,  s.  p., 
v.,  22,  d.  of  Catherine  Daniel,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Grecnleafe,  s.  p.,  sailor.  At 
S.  Mary's  in  Dover.     Dec.  2,  1634. 

Frencham,  Thomas,  of  Rolvenden, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Mary  Pett  of  Rye  in 
Sussex,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of 
Thomas  Pett,  s.  p.,  innkeeper,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
Francis  Haynes  of  Cant.,  needle- 
maker,  bonds.     Sept.  26,  1621. 

Frencham,  Thomas,  of  S.  Peter's  in 
Sandwich,  and  Rachel  Vandevelde 
of  S.  Clement's  in  Sandwich.  At  S. 
Peter's  in  S.     Dec.  22,  1635. 

Frenchbourne,  Christopher,  of  S. 
John's  in  Thanet,  shepherd,  widr., 
and  Mary  Page,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Mildred  Page,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  Sturry  or  S.  Peter's, 
Cant.  Thomas  Vnkle  of  Sturry, 
bonds.     March  31,  1646. 

Frenchborne,  Francis,  of  Boughton 
Blean,  husb.,  ba.,  about  26,  whose 
parents  are  dead,  and  Margaret 
Shrubsole,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
parents  also  are  dead.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.  William  Benchkin  of  B. 
Blean,  husb.,  bonds.   Sept.  30,  1641. 

Frenchborne,  James,  of  Boughton 
Malherbe,  and  F^lizabeth  Henniker 
of  Lenham.  July  6,  1643.  From 
the  Reg.  of  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 

Frend.     See  Friend. 

Friday,  John,  of  Wormshill,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Marian  Bateman,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24, 
d.  of  Laurence  Bateman,  s.  p.,  who 
consents.     At  same.     May  17,  1631. 


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374 


f 


Fryday,  Matthew,  of  Plucklcy,  husb., 
ba., about 25,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Joan  Rayner  of  P'gerton,  v., 
about  23,  d.  of  George  Rayner,  s. 
p.,  kerseyniakcr,  who  also  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  his  son,  Edward 
Rayner.  At  Berstead  or  Otham. 
William  Cooper  of  Cant.,  husb., 
bonds.     April  27,  1642. 

Fridd,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  beerbrewer,  widr.,  and  Susan 
Passon,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  36,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  same.  John 
Kinge  of  Cant.,  tapster,  bonds.  Nov. 
16,  1635. 

Friend,  Daniel,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Ann 
Clay  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  v.,  about 

21,  d.  of  John  Clay,  late  dec.  At 
Hackington.     Jan.  16,  1635. 

Freind,  David,  of  Chislet,  miller,  ba., 
about  24,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Ann  Mountsteven,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about 

22,  d.  of  John  Mountsteven,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  also  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.  Thomas  Freind  of 
Chislet,  miller,  bonds.  Jan.  26,  1642. 

Frind,  Henry,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Romney 
March,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  36,  and 
Ann  Harvey  of  Heth  [Hythe], maiden, 
about  35,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Nov.  30, 1621 . 

Friend,  Henry,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Mary  Prickes,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d. 
of  John  Prickes,  dec.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.  Richard  Friend  of  Adisham, 
husb.,  and  John  Alderstone  of  S. 
Lawrence  in  T.,  fisherman,  bonds. 
May  1,  1637. 

Freind,  Jacobus,  of  Paddlcsworth,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Joan  Fagge,  s.  p.,  v., 
24,  d.  of  John  Fagge,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Jacobus 
Freind  of  Bridge,  husb.,  father  of  the 
aforesaid  Jacobus,  bonds.  Feb.  12, 
1644. 

Frend,  John,  of  Deal,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
34,  and  "  Ciscilla"  Colt,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Stephen  Colt,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
George's,  Cant.  Sarles  March  of 
Deal,  yeom.,  bonds.     Feb.  21,  1632. 

Freind,  Jonathan,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  master,  William 
Philpott,  consents,  and  Alice  Drayson, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  29,  d.  of  Christopher 
Drayson,  s.  p.,  blacksmith,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 


Danton,  s.  p.,  husb.  At  Littlebourne. 
Jan.  17,  1643. 

Freind,  Robert,  of  Sheldwich,  husb.,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Elizabeth  Trimnell,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  54,  relict  of  Richard 
Trimnell,  late  s.  p.,  hush.,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.    April  14,  1624. 

Frind,  Robert,  and  Elizabeth  Wilson,  of 
S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich.  At  same 
Feb.  27,  1625. 

Freind,  Robert,  of  Sheldwich,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Clifford,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  24,  d.  of  Nicholas  Clifford, 
s.  p.,  blacksmith,  who  consents.  At 
same.     May  4,  1640. 

Frend,  Thomas,  of  Ash,  husb.,  widr., 
about  42,  and  Elizabeth  Orgens,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  40.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  George  Stock  of  Ash,  parish 
clerk,  bonds.'     Feb.  9,  1625. 

Frind,  Thomas,  of  Milton,  and  Joan 
Church.  Married  at  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.,  June  11,  1627.  See  Note  to 
Colman,  Thomas,  June  13,  1627. 

Friend,  Thomas,  of  Charing,  husb.,  ba  , 
about  36,  and  Elizabeth  Wilson,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Aug. 
7,  1632. 

Friend,  Thomas,  of  Chislet  miller,  ba., 
about  29,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Mary  Croft,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
Samuel  Croft,  dec,  and  of  Elizabeth 
Croft,  his  w.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.     July  25,   1633. 

Friend,  Thomas,  of  Great  Chart,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  30,  and  Mary 
Sanders,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Sanders, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  IBcnjamin  Reading  of  G. 
Chart,  cooper,  and  Richard  Reading, 
s.  p.,  husb.,  bonds.     June  6,  1636. 

Freind,  William,  of  Northbourne,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  29,  and  RLartha  Giles  of 
Swingfield,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John 
Giles,  dec,  and  of  Agnes  Giles,  w., 
who  consents.  At  Swingfield.  Jan. 
12,  1630. 

Frere,     See  Fryer. 

Frier.     See  Fryer. 

Frind.     See  Friend. 

Frowe,  Thomas,  of  Rolvenden,  husb., 
ba.,  23  and  upwards,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Dorothy  Everinden,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Franc's  Everinden, 
s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
James  Frowe  of  Biddenden,  beer- 
brewer.     At    S.    Margaret's,    Cant. 


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376 


John     Clarke     of     Rolvenden,     husb., 

bonds.  Jan.  13,  1634. 
Fry,  George,  of  Eastchiirch,  husb.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Jane  Ellis  of  Milton 
n.  Sittingbourne,  w.  of  [blank]  Ellis, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Milton.  June  11, 
1629. 

Frye,  James,  of  Postling,  husb.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Blackborne  of 
Lympne,  w.,  about  28,  relict  of 
Henry  Blackborne,  s.  p.,  husb.,  dec. 
about  4  years  since.  At  l.ympne. 
March  2,  1621. 

Fryer  (Frier),  Henry,  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  g.,  Avidr.,  about  40,  and 
Mary  I'urner  ofTilmanstone,  maiden, 
about  26,  d.  of  Mr.  William  Turner, 
clerk,  and  Dr.  of  Physic,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant. 
Oct.  17,  1627. 

Fryer,  (Frere),  Henry,  of  Minster  in 
Sheppy,  husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose 
father,  Henry  Fryer,  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Carden,  .s.  p.,  w.,  relict  of 
Humphry  Carden,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.  Nicholas  Dreury,  s.  p.,  grosier, 
bonds.     Dec.  13,  1638. 

Frier,  John,  of  Crundale,  husb.,  30  and 
upwards,  and  Sylvester  Smith,  s.  p., 
V ,  40  and  upwards.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Oct.  26,  1629. 

Fryer,  John,  of  Dover,  yeom.,  widr.,  and 
Susan  Liscombe,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John 
I^iscombe,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.  JohnColbrand  sen., 
and  John  Colbrand  jun.,  gentlemen, 
bonds.     June  4,  1639. 

Frier,  Lancelot,  of  Eastchurch,  Sheppy, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  56,  and  Elizabeth 
Phillips,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  46,  relict  of 
Thomas  Phillips,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
same.     Aug.  8,  1625. 

Frier,  Valentine,  of  Buckland  n.  Dover, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Margaret 
Pilcher  of  Elham,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  father  consents.  At  Holy 
Cross,  Cant.  Henry  Pilcher  of 
Harbledown,  husb.,  and  William 
Pilcher  of  Lyminge,  husb.,  bonds. 
Feb.  21,  1660. 

Fryland.     See  Freeland. 

FrytJT,  Richard,  and  Catherine  Grime, 
both  of  Boughton  Blean.  At  same. 
Feb.  6,  1623\ 

Fuckle,  Henry,  of  Woodchurch,  car- 
penter, widr.,  and  Mary  Preston, 
s.  p.,  spr.,  about  25,  d.  of  Daniel 
Preston,    s.   p.,    kerseymaker,    who 


consents.       At      S.      Mildred's,      Cant. 

May  27,  1641. 
Fugar,  Hugh,  of  Newington  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  47,  and 
Elizabeth  Henman,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
46,  relict  of  Benjamin  Henman,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  Feb.  3,  1626. 
Fugar,  Hugh,  of  Newington  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  47,  and 
Margeret  Haseland  of  Headcorn,  w., 
about  45,  relict  of  John  Haseland, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Headcorn.  Nov. 
26,  1627. 
Fugar,  Hugh,  of  Newington  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Mercy 
Wing,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Wing, 
late  of  the  city  of  London,  dec. 
At  Newington.  June  1,  1629. 
Fugell  (Fuggle),  Richard,  of  Tenterden, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Elizabeth 
Kinge  of  Rolvenden,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Elizabeth  Kinge,  s.  p.,  w.,  who 
consents.  At  Rolvenden.  June  21, 
1038. 
Fulcombe,  Sarles,  of  Buckland,  n. 
Dover,  butcher,  ba.,  20  and  upwards, 
at  his  own  govt.,  and  Catherine 
Harrington,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25, 
d.  of  Henry  Harrington,  late  of  Bur- 
marsh,  dec.  about  5  years  since,  and 
now  at  her  own  govt.  At  Buckland. 
Aug.  21,  1623. 
Fulcombe,  Searles,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
butcher,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Jones  of  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.,  maiden,  about  19, 
d.  of  F^dward  Jones,  late  of  the  city 
of  London,  g.,  dec,  and  of  Martha 
Jones  of  the  city  of  Cant.,  w.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Edward 
Moyse  of  the  same  city,  cordwainer. 
At  S.  M.  Magd.,  Cant.  March  27, 
1624. 
Fulkes  (Fukes),  Robert,  of  Sellinge, 
miller,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Maytam,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Joseph  Maytam,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard 
Poole  of  Sellinge,  and  Abraham 
Chillcnden,  s.  p.,  yeomen,  bonds. 
Nov.  26,  1635. 
Fukes,  Robert,  of  Newington  n.  Hythe, 
miller,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Pepper  of 
Cheriton,  v.,  about  40,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  N.  n.  Hythe  or  Elham. 
William  Welton  of  Cant.,  innholder, 
bonds.     Jan.  23,  1660. 


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378 


Fulkes,  William,  of  Newington  n.  Sit- 
tingbournc,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30,  and 
Elizabeth  Colnciy  of  Harty,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Hugh  Colnely  of  Handley 
in  the  county  of  Ches[ter,  g.,  who 
consents].  At  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant. 
Sept.  21,  1640.  Note.  The  part  in 
brackets  has  been  crossed  out. 

Fullagar,  Christopher,  of  Headcorn, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  42,  and  Anna 
Mercer  of  Lynton,  maiden,  about 
26,  d.  of  James  Mercer,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Samuel  Mercer,  s.  p.,  brother  of 
Anna.     At  Lynton.     Nov.  29,  1620. 

Fullagar,  alias  Domine,  Christopher, 
of  Headcorn,  yeom.,  widr.,  and 
Mary  Payne  of  Frittenden,  v.,  about 
30,  d.  of  Peter  Payne,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  Frittenden  or 
Headcorn.     Dec.  6,  1631. 

Fu  I  lager,  William,  of  Headcorn,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Elizabeth  Knocke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  20, 
whose  mother,  Sarah  Knocke,  alias 
Clegatt,  wife  of  Thomas  Clegatt,  s. 
]).,  butcher,  consents.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.     Sept.  17,  1635. 

Fuller,  Abraham, of  Shadoxhurst,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Mary  Hayes  of 
Goudhurst,  v.,  about  37.  At  Goud- 
hurst.     Feb.  26,  1628. 

Fuller,  John,  of  Deal,  seaman,  widr.,  and 
Sibyl  Huggins,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  40, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Alph- 
age.  Cant.  Roger  Gilbee  of  Cant., 
cordwainer,  bonds.    Jan.  14,  1638. 

Fuller,  John, of  Sittingbourne,  victualler, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Dorothy  Dallinge, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Dallinge,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  M.  liredman's.  Cant. 
April  1,  1639. 

Fuller,  John,  of  S.  Dunstan's,  Cant., 
carpenter,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Alice 
Ousby  of  S.  jMargaret's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  1 9,  d.  of  John  Ousbe  the  elder, 
of  Mersham,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  his  son,  John  Owsbie  the 
younger,  of  Smeeth,  joiner.  At 
Preston  n.  Faversham  or  Lenham. 
Bartholomew  Johnson  of  Harble- 
down,  yeom.,  bonds.     Nov.  8,  1639. 

Fuller,  Michael, of  Tenterden,  husb.,ba., 
30  and  upwards,  and  Alice  Vidgean, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Richard 
Home  of  Warehorne,  husb.,  bonds. 
May  23,  1643. 


Fuller,  Robert,  of  Shadoxhurst,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Grace  Dunke  of 
Benenden,  v.,  about  23,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Benenden. 
Samuel  Sanderson  of  Shadoxhurst, 
husb.,  and  John  Brine  of  Cant., 
clothworkcr,  bonds.     Oct.  15,  1633. 

Fuller,  Thomas,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Joan  Collins, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Thomas 
Collins  of  Cant.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  John's.     April  2,  1634. 

Fuller,  Thomas,  and  Catherine  Thomas, 
of  Whitstable.  At  same.  Feb.  20, 
1636. 

Fuller,  Thomas,  of  Boughton  Monchel- 
sea,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Joan  Pum- 
mell,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  43,  d.  of  [blank] 
Pummell,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
Langlcy.     July  25,  1638. 

Fuller,  Thomas,  of  Westwell,  linen 
weaver,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Joan 
Greene  of  Hothfield,  v.,  about  27, 
d.  of  John  Greene,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  her 
brother,  Stephen  Green,  s.  p.,  miller. 
At  Hothfield.     Sept.  14,  1639. 

Fulnetby,  Thomas,  of  Deal  Castle,  g., 
ba.,  about  40,  and  Mary  Walker  of 
Ramsgate,  w.,  about  38,  relict  of 
William  Walker,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Nicholas  Atwade.  Richard  Luck 
of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich,  g.,  bonds. 
Dec.  17,  1619. 

Furmer,  John,  the  younger,  of  Sand- 
wich, linendraper,  ba.,  about  22, 
whose  father,  John  Furner,  consents, 
and  Jane  Catlet,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
d.  of  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Catlet,  alias 
Wood,  who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich  or  Woodnes- 
borough.  George  Milles  of  Cant., 
Alderman,  bonds.     March  29,  1644. 

Furminger,  James,  of  Bethersdcn, 
j'coni.,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Rasell 
of  Throwley,  spr.,  about  40.  At 
Throwley  or  Badlesmere.  John 
Rasell  of  Westwell,  yeom.,  bonds. 
Oct.  8,  1642. 

Furminger,  John,  of  Whitstable,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Jane  Bassett,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25, 
d.  of  Edward  Bassett,  s.  p.,  mariner, 
dec.  about  12  years  since.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.     Nov.  21,  1621. 

Furminger,  John,  of  Heme,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  East- 
may,    s.    p.,     v.,    about    19,    d.    of 


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Christopher  Eastmay,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Nov.  6,  lfi45. 

Furminger,  Thomas,  of  Bethersden, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  father, 
Stephen  Furminger,  consents,  and 
Dorothy  Hills,  s.  p.,  v.,  25  and  up- 
wards, d.  of  John  Hills,  s.  p.,  car- 
penter, who  also  consents.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.  Edward  Merser  of 
Bethersden,  "  Otmelmaker,"  and 
John  Merser  of  S.  Mildred's,  tailor, 
bonds.     Feb.  14,  1641. 

Furnace,  Guy,  of  Ivychurch,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Amy  Perrefeild  of  New 
Romney,  v.,  about  27,  whose  parents 
are  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Richard  Brigden  of  Wittersham, 
butcher,  and  Richard  Lushenden  of 
Brenzet,  husb.,  bonds.  Oct.  4,  1638. 

Furner,  Abraham,  of  Paddlesworth, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Alice  Bad- 
cocke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William  Badcocke, 
late  s.  p.,  tailor,  dec.  At  .same. 
David  Nairne,  clerk,  curate  there, 
bonds.     Jan.  20,  1634. 

Furner,  Robert,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
grosser,  widr.,  anci  Ann  Elsetter,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Elsetter,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  David  Greeder,  s. 
p.,   grosser,  bonds.     April    8,    1635. 

Furze,  John,  of  Dover,  mariner,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Elizabeth  Clarke,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  Solomon 
Clarke  of  London,  dec,  her  mother 
also  dec,  and  she  now  abiding  with 
Richard  Doues(.^)  of  Dover,  mariner, 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Dec.  26,  1622. 

Fuson,  John,  "  of  the  Town  of  Malin" 
[_?  Town  Mailing],  barber,  ba.,  about. 
27,  and  Susan  Peene  of  I^eeds, 
maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  John  Peene, 
s.  p.,  fuller,  who  consents.  At  Leeds. 
May  13,  1620. 

Fusser,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
Alderman,  widr.,  and  Martha  Farrar, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Farrar,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Thanington.  Aug.  15, 
1633. 

Gadsby,  Edward,  of  Halden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  IMary  Dj-er,  w., 
about  30,  relict  of  Thomas  Dyer, 
late  of  Appledore,  yeom.,  dec.  At 
Halden.     June  24,  1629. 

Gadesby,  George,  of  Bethersden, 
clothier,  ba.,  about  26,  whose  mother 
consents,    and    Martha   Willard   of 


Biddenden,  v.,  about  27,  d.  of  William 
Willard,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents.  At 
Biddenden.  Edward  Gadesby  of 
Smarden,  and  John  Brine  of  Cant., 
clothiers,  bonds.     IMarch  9,  1636. 

Gaimes,     See  Gaines. 

Gaines,  Thomas,  [Gaimes  in  the  margin] 
of  Maidstone,  cordwindcr,  ba.,  about 
26,  whose  parents  are  dead,  and  Ann 
Boone,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of 
William  Boone,  s.  p.,  blacksmith, 
dec.  about  17  years  since,  and  now 
in  the  govt,  of  Elizabeth  Oliver, 
a/ias  Boone,  her  mother,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Robert  Oliver, 
s.  p.,  silkweaver.  At  same.  Sept. 
25,  1620. 

Gale,  James,  of  Holy  Cross,  Cant., 
cooper,  widr.,  and  Marj- Ha.selwood, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  36,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  Norlhbourne.  John  Jen- 
kinson  of  H.  Cross,  and  Robert 
Jenkinson  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  tailors,  bonds.     Nov.  27,  1641. 

Gale,  Richard,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Colfin,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Richard  Colfin,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Staplehurst,  because  divers  of  the 
kindred  and  friends  of  the  said  Mary 
dwellthcre.  May28, 1631.  ^'^^Gayle. 

Gallant,  Robert,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  mother, 
Elizabeth  Gallant,  w.,  consents,  and 
Susan  Doye,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d. 
of  Ann  Doye,  a/ias  Cotte,  of  Dover, 
who  also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  husband,  John  Cott.  At  Sitting- 
bourne.     Feb.  19,  1633. 

Gallegant,  William,  of  Deal,  seaman, 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Alice  Snoddall,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22, 
whose  parents  are  living  beyond  the 
seas.  At  Holy  Cross,  Cant.  Alex- 
ander Dane  of  Deal,  seaman,  bonds. 
Sept.  14,  1642. 

Gal  Her,  Giles,  of  Staplehurst,  and  Mar- 
gery Biggs  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's.  Dec. 
1,  1635. 

Gamlen,  Walter,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
tailor,  ba.,  about  34,  and  Agnes 
Wilmott,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about  29,  at  her 
own  govt.  At  same.  John  Canon, 
s.  p.,  haberdasher,  bonds.  Jan.  16, 
1627. 

Gamon,  Thomas,  of  Goodncstone  n. 
Wingham,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Margaret  Sayer,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  24,  d. 


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382 


of  Michael  Sayer  of  S.  Margaret 
Atcliff,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Richard  Osborne  of  G.  n.  Wing- 
ham,  yeom.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
July  22,  1630. 

Gammon,  William,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Deborah 
Horton  of  Chartham,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  mother  consents.  At  All 
Saints',  Cant.     Oct.  1,  1627. 

Gardner,  George,  of  S.  Radigund's  n. 
Dover,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Jane 
Franckling  of  Sebberteswold, maiden, 
about  39,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
AtS.M.Bredin's,Cant.  Sept.  12,1625. 

Gardner,  Humphrey,  of  Histon,  co. 
Cambridge,  Esquire,  ba.,  about  28, 
and  Helen  Wyld,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of 
the  Lady  Anne  Wyld  of  the  Lord 
Archbishop's  Palace,  Cant.,  who  con- 
sents. At  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.  William 
Man  of  Cant.,  armiger,  bonds,  Jan. 
16,  1640. 

Gardner,  John,of  Sittingbourne,  weaver, 
ba.,  24,  and  Mary  Carter,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
William  Carter,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
"Miltonaforesaid."  William Alvered, 
clerk,  curate  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  bonds.     Sept.  30,  1630. 

Gardner,  John*  of  Eythorne,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Mary  Younge  of 
Guston,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of  William 
Younge,  s.  p  ,  yeom.,  who  consents 
by  a  letter  "  shewed  by  his  brother 
George  Younge  of  Cant. .apothecary." 
At  Guston.  Thomas  Jenken  of 
Eythorne,  yeom.,  bonds.  Aug.  28, 
1635. 

Gardner,  John,  of  Tenterden,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  Wilcocke,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  [blank]  Wilcock,  dec.  At  same. 
Cornelius  Haslock  of  Cant.,  tapster, 
bonds.     Feb.  15,  1635. 

Gardner,  John,  of  Faversham,  cooper, 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  ancl 
Ellen  Backe,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  26, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Peter's  in  Sandwich.  Richard  Adkins 
of  Sandwich,  bonds.  Sept.  23,  1641. 

Gardner,  Michael,  of  Adisham,  tailor, 
widr.,  about  56,  and  Margery  Cooper 
of  Stourmouth,  w.,  about  60,  relict 
of  Thomas  Cooper,  s.  p.,  labourer, 
dec.  about  two  years  since.  At 
Stourmouth.     Jan.  27,  1620. 

Gardner,  Michael,  of  Adisham,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Race  of  Stour- 


mouth, v.,  about  26,  d.  of  one  Race 
of  Wye,  husb.,  who  consents.  At 
Stourmouth.     June  23,   1632. 

Gardner,  Richard,  of  Wootton,  husb., 
ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Ann  Collard,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d. 
of  Solomon  Collard,  s.  p.,  yeom., 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  George  Spaine  of  Cant., 
yeom.,  bonds.     Jan.  4,  1633. 

Gardner,  Richard,  of  Ash,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Alice  Gardner,  s.  p.,  spr.,  about 
28,  d.  of  Wilmen  Gardner  of  Cant., 
w.,  who  consents.  At  S.  Paul's, 
Cant.  Richard  Cheaver  of  Cant., 
glover,  bonds.     March  11,  1634. 

Gardner,  Richard,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  ba.,  about  36,  and  Martha 
Grant,  s.  p.,  w.  At  same.  Richard 
Micheler  of  Cant.,  joiner,  bonds. 
Nov.  24,  1638. 

Gardner,  Richard,  of  S.  John's  in 
Thanet,  tailor,  ba.,  about  38,  and 
Frances  Diggs,  s.  p.,  w.  of  [blank] 
Digges,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Chislet. 
Edward  Barbet,  clerk,  vicar  of 
Chislet,  and  Roger  Petkin  of  S. 
John's  in  T.,  brewer,  bonds.  April 
17,  1641. 

Gardner,  Robert,  of  Rainham,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Hampton  of  Hartlip, 
w.  of  William  Hampton,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Hartlip.     Jan.   18,  1629. 

Gardner,  Robert,  of  Lyminge,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Martha  Reyiioldes,  s.  p  , 
w.  of  Henry  Reynoldes,  late  of 
Elham,  dec.  At  Lyminge.  March 
21,  1636. 

Gardiner,  Thomas,  clerk,  vicar  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Sandwich,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Hall  of  Sutton  n.  Dover,  v.,  about 
33.     At  Monkton.     March  5,   1634. 

Gardner,  Thomas,  of  Newnham,  car- 
penter, ba  ,  about  25,  whose  father, 
Thomas  Gardner,  consents,  and 
Jane  Mead,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Edward 
Mead,  late  of  Town  Mailing,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's  Cant.  Mark 
Trowtes  and  Mark  Burden,  of  Faver- 
sham, seamen,  bonds.  May  3,  1643. 
^ee  Garner. 

Garland,  Edward.  clerk,vicar,  of  Sitting- 
bourne,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Martha 
Fo.xton  of  Mersham,  v.,  about  20, 
d.  of  Francis  Fo.xton,  D.  D.,  parson 
of  Mersham,  who  consents.  At 
Mersham  or  Lympne.  Nov.  13,  1623. 


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384 


Garland,  Edward,  clerk,  M.A.,  vicar  of 
Sitting-bourne,  and  Grace  Ellis  of 
MaidsLone,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Mrs. 
Ellis,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At  Bred- 
gar.  John  Ridley,  clerk,  bonds. 
Oct.  2,   1628. 

Garlindge,  John,  of  Newington  n. 
Hythe,  husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Alice  Cocke,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Richard 
Cocke,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
Andrew's,  Cant.     Nov.  25,  1630. 

Garnam,  William,  of  the  city  of  West- 
minster, g.,  ba.,  about  24,  and  l\Iary 
Wyborne  of  Elmstone,  v.,  about  23, 
d.'of  Mr.  Petley  Wyborne,  clerk, 
vicar  there,  who  consents.  At  Elm- 
stone.     Nov.  23,  1829. 

Garner,  Thomas,  of  Smeeth,  sawyer, 
ba.,  about  22,  son  of  Roger  Garner, 
who  consents,  and  Ann  Drapier,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Susan  Drapier, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.     July  16,  1638.     5^^  Gardner. 

Garnet,  William,  of  Bethersden,  cord- 
wainer,  widr.,  and  Joan  Arrowes  of 
Pluckley,  w.  of  Thomas  Arrowes, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Pluckley.  Aug. 
9,  1630. 

Garrett,  Henry,  of  Sunderland  in  Dur- 
ham, mariner,  ba.,  about  21,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Agnes  Nicholls  of 
Dover,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John 
Nicholls  of  Folkestone,  mariner, 
who  consents,  "  as  John  Nicholls, 
brother  of  the  said  [Agnes  ?^,  did 
by  his  oath  affirm."  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant:      April  6,  1624. 

Garret,  James,  of  Dover,  sailor,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Pascall,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Ralph  Pascall,  s.  p.,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  his  son,  William 
Pascall,  s.  p.,  mariner.  At  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover.     Sept.  30,  1629. 

Garret,  John,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Ann 
Southee,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of 
Robert  Southee,  s.  p.,  cordwainer, 
who  consents.  At  same  or  at  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.  Daniel  Richardson 
of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  victualler, 
bonds.     Oct.  28,  1641. 

Garrett,  Nicholas,  of  Benenden,  and 
Elizabeth  Foorde,  s.  p.,  maiden.  At 
same.     Dec.  13,  1620. 

Garrett,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
glazier,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary 
Ingraham,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  36, 


at  her  own  govt.  At  same.  April  8, 
1624. 

Garrett,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
glazier,  widr.,  about  28,  and  Silves- 
ter Lad  of  Elham,  maiden,  about  20, 
d.  of  Thomas  Lad,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.     At  Elham.     May  3,  1626. 

Garrett,  Thomas,  of  Sturry,  g.,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Rebecca  May  of  All 
Saints',  Cant.,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
Richard  May,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Sturry.     Dec.   1,  1623. 

Garret,  Thomas,  of  Dover,  "  vinctner," 
widr.,  and  Grace  Smith  of  Elham, 
v.,  about  25,  d.  of  William  Smith,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     Nov.  7,  1639. 

Garret,  Thomas,  of  S.  Lawrence  in 
Thanet,  yeom.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Was- 
tall  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  vv.  of 
Nicholas  Wastall,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  Peter's,  Cant.  Robert  Kitheridge 
of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  June  5, 
1645. 

Garrett,  Valentine,  of  Wingham,  cord- 
winder,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Cooke,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Cooke,  s.  p.,  dec.  about  9 
years  since,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of 
hermother,  Alice  Cooke, a/ias  Bridge, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Alphage,  Cant. 
Edward  Bridge  of  Wingham,  victu- 
aller, bonds.     June  9,  1623. 

Garrett,  William,  of  Egerton,  husb.,  and 
Elizabeth  Fowler  of  Bridge,  v.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.     April  3,  1619. 

Garratson  (Garrietson),  Jacob,  of  S. 
Mary's  in  Dover,  merchant,  ba., 
about  27,  and  Elizabeth  W'attes  of  S. 
M.  Bredin's,  Cant.,  v.,  of  the  like 
age,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  Edward  Burt  of 
Dover,  butcher,  bonds.  March  29, 
1642. 

Garretson,  Peter,  of  Dover,  seafaring- 
man,  widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Bowens 
of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover,  v.,  about  41, 
d.  of  Catherine  Johnson,  s.  p.,  w. 
At  S.  Mary's  in  D.  John  Waliope 
of  Dover,  sailmaker,  bonds.  July 
20,  1638. 

Garrison,  Nicholas,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  mariner,  ba.,  about  24,  and 
Elizabeth  Newbanke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  John  Newbanke  of  Sunder- 
land CO.  Durham,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Mary  in  D.  Humphrey  Mead  of 
Dover,  g.,  bonds.     Oct.  26,  1640. 


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386 


Gaskine,  William,  and  Hester  Busse,  of 
Goudhurst.   At  same.    Dec.  6,  1625. 

Gason,  Anthony,  of  Sandwich,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Parker,  s.  p., 
w.,  28  and  upwards,  relict  of  Richard 
Parker,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  M. 
Bredin's,  Cant.     IMay  8,  1626. 

Gate,  Edward,  of  Bilsington,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  50,  and  Elizabeth  Clay 
of  RIcrsham,  w.,  about  40.  relict  of 
Nicholas  Clay,  late  of  Patrixbourne, 
dec.  about  9  years  since.  At  Bilsing- 
ton.    July  27,  1622. 

Gateman,  Richard,  of  S.  Michael's, 
Harbledown,  husb.,  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Mary  Pett,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.  William  Everinden  of 
Bekesbourne,  yeom.,  bonds.  Jan. 
28,  1642. 

Gates,  Andrew,  of  Hernhill,  carpenter, 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Susan  Collier, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  19,  d.  of  Henry 
Collier,  of  Greenwich,  dec.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Robert  Church- 
man of  Hernhill,  potmaker,  bonds. 
Aug.  3,  1619. 

Gates,  John,  of  Oare,  yeom.,  ba.,  about 
25,  whose  father  consents,  and  Fran- 
ces Binge  of  Selling,  v.,  about  24,  d. 
of  Nicholas  Binge,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Christopher  Cosens  of  Cant.,  tailor. 
At  Selling.     Jan.  27,  1640. 

Gates,  John,  of  Stalisfield,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Ann  Gorham  of  Dod- 
dington,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  William 
Gorham  of  Slieldwich,  husb.,  who 
makes  this  allegation.  At  Boughton 
Blean  or  Hernhill.     Sept.  25,   1641. 

Gates,  William,  of  Hothfield,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Bridget 
Godfry,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  25,  d.  of 
Francis  Godfry,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec,  and  now  at  her  own  govt.  At 
S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Nov.  20, 
1623. 

Gatherich,  George,  of  S.  Nicholas 
Atwade,  husb.,  widr.,  and  Mary 
Campton,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  27,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  S.  Andrew's, 
Cant.  William  Johnson  of  Preston 
n.  Wingham,  husb.,  bonds.  March 
27,  1636.     Sec  Gotheridge. 

Gatliffe,  Thomas,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  yeom.,  widr.,  about  35,  and 
Dorothy  Dandy  of  Newnham,  mai- 
den, about  24,  d.  of  Nicholas  Dandy 


of  Appledore,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At 
Newnham.     May  1,  1622. 

Gay,  Edmund,  of  Bishopsbourne,  g.,  ba., 
about  33,  and  Mary  Chesson,  s.  p., 
spr.,  about  28,  d.  of  Avery  Chesson, 
late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec,  and  now  at 
herowngovt.  At  same.  Dec. 4,  1624. 

Gay,  Edmund,  of  Hcrne,  g.,  widr.,  and 
Dorothy  Bing  of  Swaleclive  [Swale- 
cliff],  w.,  relict  of  Vincent  Bing,  late 
s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec.  At  Swaleclive. 
Edmund  Rowse  of  Swaleclive,  g., 
bonds.     Jan.  9,  1635. 

Gaye,  Jeremy,  of  Heme,  g.,  ba.,  21  and 
upwards,  whose  father,  Thomas  Gay, 
s.  p.,  g.,  consents,  and  Ann  Ham- 
minge,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of 
Richard  Haminge,  late  of  Preston  n. 
Faversham,  g.,  dec,  "  but  at  the 
govt,  of  John  Fagg,  Mayor  of  Rye" 
[in  Sussex],  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Fagg,  senior,  of 
Rye,  g.    At  Heme.     Dec  11,  1643. 

Gay  I  e,  Simon,  of  Headcorn,  kersey  maker, 
ba.,  about  21,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
LydiaKennett  of  Warehorne,  maiden, 
about  30,  d.  of  [blank]  Kennett  of 
Mershani,  tailor,  dec,  and  she  now 
at  her  own  disposing.  At  Warehorne. 
July  29.  1620. 

Gayfe,  Sylvester,  of  East  Langdon,  tailor, 
ba.,  21  and  upwards,  whose  mother 
consents,  and  Margaret  Osborne  of 
Waldershare,  v.,  about  30.  At  S. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas  Mersh 
of  the  city  of  London,  g.,  bonds. 
Aug.  26,  1636.     Si-e  Gale. 

Gayney,  William,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  mariner,  and  Elizabeth 
Ferrier,  s.  p.,  w.     At  same.     April 

21,  1619. 

Gayney,  William,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  mariner,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Sarah  Redford,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 

22,  relict  of  [blank]  Redford,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
March  21,  1625. 

Gee,  William,  of  Minster  in  Thanet, 
husb.,  and  Margery  White,  s.  p.,  v. 
At  same.     July  19,  1625. 

Geeres,  Edward,  of  Hawkhurst,  g.,  ba., 
about  24,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Eliza- 
beth Symons  of  Cranbrook,  maiden, 
about  25,  d.  of  William  Symons,  late 
of  Sturry,  dec,  also  at  her  own  govt. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  [He  signed 
his  name  Edward  Gyer.]  Oct.  19, 
1620. 

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388 


Gefford,  Robert,  of  Dover,  maltster,  ba., 
about  28,  and  Jane  Moore,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  22,  d.  of  Samuel 
Moore,  s.  p.,  who  consents.  At 
WestclifF.  June  29,  1625.  Str 
Gififord,  Jefford. 

Gennings(Gyninges),  Richard,  of  Faver- 
sham,  g.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Mary 
SmithweelsC,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  25,  relict 
of  Hugh  Smithweeke,  late  of  the 
city  of  London,  dec.  At  Selling. 
[Allegation  signed,  Richard  Jcn- 
yngcs.']     Sept.  i?,  1619. 

Geninges,  Richard,  of  Sittingbourne, 
ycom.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own 
govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Steed  of  Stock- 
bury,  V,,  about  23,  whose  mother 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  a  letter 
from  Mr.  Edward  Garland,  vicar  of 
Sittingbourne.  AtBapchild.  Richard 
Juxon  of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  March 
24,  1633.  : 

Gennings,  Richard,  of  Lydd,  weaver, 
ba.,  about  22,  whose  father  consents, 
and  Catherine  Robbins,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Robert  Robins,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  AtS. 
Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas  Clarke  of 
Lydd,  husb.,  bonds.  March  12,  1634. 

Gennings,  Richard,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne, shoemaker,  ba.,  about  26, 
whose  father  consents,  and  Joan 
Allen,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Allen, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  William  Akers  of  Milton, 
cordwainer,  and  Matthew  Jennings 
of  Sittingbourne,  maltster,  bonds. 
Oct.  2,   1635. 

Geninges,  Thomas,  of  Woodchurch, 
husb.,  ba.,  about  45,  and  Elizabeth 
Baker,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Thomas  Baker, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Hougham.  Nov. 
26,  1632. 

Ginnings,  Vincent,  of  Tenterden,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  23,  and  RL'irgaret 
Austen,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of 
Matthew  Austen,  s.  p.,  tailor,  dec. 
about  12  years  since,  and  now  at  her 
own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
June  19,  1621.     &<?  Jennings. 

Genvye,  Robert,  of  S.  John's  in  Thanet, 
Notary  Public,  ba.,  29,  and  Ann 
Furner,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Furner, 
dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant.  Jacobus 
Genvey  of  Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds. 
March  24,  1635. 

Genvey,  William,  of  Canterbury,  em- 
broiderer, ba.,  about  22,  son  of 
James  Genvey,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 


sents, and  Elizabeth  Groue  of  Hawk- 
hurst,  v.,  about  21,  d.  of  Charles 
Groue,  s.  p.,  who  also  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  Susan  Osborne  of  Cant. 
At  Saltwood.  Thomas  Kennett  of 
Cant.,  turner,  bonds.    Feb.  12,  1638. 

George,  Clement,  of  Elham,  grosser, 
ba.,  about  24,  with  his  father's  con- 
sent, and  Ann  Clerke  of  Lyminge,  v., 
about  25,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Lambert 
George  of  Elham,  grosser,  bonds. 
Sept.  18,  1632. 

George,  Henry,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
shipcarpenter,  ba ,  about  26,  and 
Tryphena  Mounteeth  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  w.  of  Robert  Mounteeth,  late 
s,  p.,  dec.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
Wm. Eaton, linendraper,  and  Nicholas 
Eaton,  mercator,  both  of  Dover, 
bonds.     Feb.  25,  1639. 

George,  John,  of  Hackington,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Marrian  Tate  of 
S.  Andrew's,  Cant.,  w.,  about  35, 
relict  of  John  Tate,  late  s.  p  ,  inn- 
holder,  dec.  At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant. 
William  Meredith  of  the  Precincts  of 
Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  May  18, 
1622. 

George,  John,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  and  Joan  Rofe  of  Chislet.  At 
Chislet.     Dec.  31,  1637. 

George,  Peter,  of  Wittersham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  35,  and  Elizabeth  Collier, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Collier,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Ebony.     Feb.  24,  1637. 

George,  Richard,  of  Wittersham,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  42,  and  Ann  Hope  of 
East  Sutton,  w.,  about  40,  relict  of 
Robert  Hope,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
East  Sutton.     Jan.  28,  1624. 

George,  Richard,  of  Wittersham,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  20,  son  of  Richard  George, 
s.  p.,  yeom  ,  who  consents,  and  Eliz- 
abeth Reader  of  Ulcombe,  v.,  about 
20,  d.  of  William  Reader,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents,  as  is  testified  by  letter. 
At  Ulcombe.     Nov.  7,  1626. 

George,  William,  of  Smarden,  husb., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Philip (j/f)  Hopper, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  John 
Hopper,  s.  p.,  carpenter,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  William  Evans, 
s.  p.,  cordwinder.  At  Woodchurch. 
Nov.  1,  1620. 

German,  Nathaniel,  of  Faversham,  sailor, 
and  Elizabeth  Ruttell,  s.  p.,  v.  At 
same.     Jan.  26,  1623. 


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390 


German,  Robert,  of  Wye,  blacksmith, 
ba.,  about  25,  and  Ellen  Minter  of 
L3minge,  maiden,  about  2'2,  who  her 
father  being  dead,  is  now  in  the  govt, 
of  Mary  Eeech,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Nicholas  Ger- 
man of  Wye,  husb.  At  Lyminge. 
Henry  Sparrow  of  Wye,  husb.,  bonds. 
May,  13,"  1628. 

Gervase,  George,  of  Frinstead,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Hodge  of  Len- 
hani,  w.  of  Arthur  Hodge,  late  of 
Charing,  dec.  At  Lcnham.  William 
Hunt  of  Lenham,  husb.,  bonds. 
Feb.  7,  1634. 

Gibbon,  Abraham,  of  Eastry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Mildred  Cheeseman, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  30,  whose  father,  John 
Cheesman,  died  at  Newington  about 
24  years  since.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Nov.  9,   1620. 

Gibbon,  Anthony,  of  Kemsing,  clerk, 
and  parson  there,  ba.,  about  34,  and 
Judith  Tayler  of  Ripple,  w.  of  Jonas 
Tayler,  late  of  Lyminge,  clerk,  dec. 
"  In  the  parish  church  of  Lyminge, 
or  one  of  the  chapels  thereunto  an- 
nexed." William  Newman  of  Cant., 
clerk,  bonds.     March  19,   1633. 

Gibbon,  John,  of  Benenden,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Munne,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  30,  d.  of  Sarah  Munne,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
her  son,  George  Munne,  s.p.,  butcher. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Oct.  23,  1639. 

Gibbon,  Richard,  of  Acrise,  g.,  widr., 
about  31,  and  Ann  Wright  of  Elham, 
w.,  about  35,  relict  of  Philip  Wright, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Acrise.  Dec.  2, 
1624. 

Gibbon,  Thomas,  of  Westcliff,  g.,  widr., 
and  Alice  Tayler  of  Tenterdcn,  v., 
about  30,  d.  of  Mrs.  Tayler,  alias 
Selherst,  wife  of  Shemaiah  Selherst, 
s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  Richard  Birkhened  of  Cant.,  g. 
At  New  Romney,  Brenzet  or  S.Mary's 
in  the  Marsh.     Oct.  3,  1635. 

Gibbon,  Thomas,  of  Gray's  Inn,  London, 
g.,  ba.,  about  21,  whose  father, 
'J'homas  Gibbon  of  Westcliff,  g., 
consents,  and  Mary  Rooke  of  Monks 
Horton,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  George 
Rooke,  s.  p..  Esquire,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  Stowting  or  in  the  chapel 
of  Scott's  Hall  in  the  parish  of 
Smeeth.     June  4,  1642. 


Gibbon  (Gibbons),  William,  of  Hawk- 
hurst,  clothier,  ba.,  24  and  upwards, 
whose  father  consents,  and  Agnes 
Sharpy  of  Benenden,  v.,  about  22, 
d.  of  Lawrence  Sharpy,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents.  At  Sandhurst.  March 
18,  1635. 

Gibbon,  William,  g.,  widr.,  and  Ann 
Prowd,  v.,  of  St.  Paul's,  Cant.,  about 
23.  At  .same.  Robert  Linch  of 
Cant.,  g,  bonds.     Dec.  13,  1641. 

Gibbons  (Gibbens),  Freeguift,  of  Rol- 
venden,  clothier,  widr.,  and  Marv 
Fall  of  Halden,  w.  of  William  Fall, 
late  dec.  At  Halden.  Allegation 
made  by  Richard  Birkhened,  Notary 
Public,  and  Thomas  Clegget  of 
Smarden,  husb.     Jan.  25,  1640. 

Gibbons,  Henry,  of  Guston,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Boykin,  s.  p., 
w.  of  Nicholas  Boykin,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  same.  Christopher  Sutton 
of  Bishopsbourne,  husb.,  bonds. 
Jan.  22,  1639. 

Gibbons,  Richard,  of  Cant.,  g.,  ba.,  30 
and  upwards,  and  Margaret  Browne, 
s.  p.,  v.,  22  and  upwards,  d.  of  Joan 
Browne,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  consents.  At 
the  Cathedral,  Cant.  John  Browne 
of  Cant.,  barber,  and  Leonard 
Browne,  s.  v.,  Notarv  Public,  bonds. 
Jan.  31,  1634. 

Gibbs,  Edward,  of  Elmstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Martha  ftlartin,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  the  like  age,  d.  of  Rachel 
Martin  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant.,  w., 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.  William  Martin  of  Preston, 
hempdresser,  bonds.    Nov.  20,  1633. 

Gibbs,  John,  of  Worth,  3'eom.,  ba.,  about 
21,  and  Ann  Marsh  of  Denton,  v., 
about  20,  d.  of  Thomas  Marsh,  s.  p., 
g.,  who  consents,  as  also  does 
Richard  Gibbs  of  Worth,  yeom.  At 
Denton  or  Swingfield.  Sept.  6,  1637. 

Gibbs,  John,  of  Maidstone,  maltster,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  father,  Samuel 
Gibbs,  consents,  and  Ann  Simons, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  William 
Simons,  who  also  consents.  At  same. 
July  25,  1638. 

Gibbs,  Jonas,  of  Brookland,  husb.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Elizabeth  Berry,  s.  p., 
w.,  about  37,  relict  of  John  Berry, 
late  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant. 
John  Gibbs  of  Ivychurch,  yeom., 
bonds.     July  22,  1628. 


391 


CANTERBURY 


392 


Gibbs,  Robert,  of  Barham,  g.,  ba.,  about 
40,  and  Mary  Cuntr}-  of  Ash,  v.,  about 
21,  d.  of  Thomas  Countr}^  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saint's,  Cant. 
Feb.  18,  1639. 

Gibbs,  Samuel,  of  Hothfield,  3-eom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Hills,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
37.     At  Kingsnorth.    April  12,  1631. 

Gibbs,  Thomas,  of  Staple,  g.,  widr., 
about  59,  and  Mercy  Hobeck,  s.,  p., 
v.,  about  30,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
AtElmstead,  "because Mr. Wyborne, 
minister  there,  is  of  his  inward  ac- 
quaintance, and  doth  intend  to 
because  {sic)  a  drinckinge  vpon  them ." 
Oct.  24,  1625. 

Gibbs,  William,  of  Elmstone,  g.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Ann 
Thomas,  of  Scllinge,  maiden,  about 
17,  d.  of  William  Thomas,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
April  25,  1623. 

Gibbs,  William,  of  Staple,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  37,  and  Martha  Musred  of  S. 
John's  in  Thanet,  w.  of  John  Musred, 
dec.  At  S.  John's  in  T.  Richard 
Austen  of  Adisham,  yeom.,  bonds. 
May  31,  1645. 

Gibson,  Edward,  of  Biddenden,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  35,  and  Truely 
Jones  of  Headcorn,  w.,  about  55, 
relict  of  John  Jones,  s.  p.,  husb., 
dec.  about  8  years  since.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     Aug.  18,  1621. 

Gipson,  James,  of  Biisington,  carpenter, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Selland 
of  Fairfield,  maiden,  about  18,  d.  of 
Peter  Selland,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec, 
and  now  under  the  govt,  of  William 
Bur,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  her  father-in-law 
by  intermarriage  of  her  mother, 
Elizabeth  Selland,  alias  Bur,  late 
dec,  which  Wm.  Bur  is  acquainted 
with  their  coming  for  a  licence  at 
this  present,  and  is  consenting  here- 
unto. At  Biisington.  Nov.  12,  1623. 
No/e.  Allegation  entered  between 
Sept.  25  and  Sept.  29,  1623. 

Gibson,  James,  of  Elmstead,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Johnson  of 
Hythe,  w.  At  Little  Hardres.  July 
21,  1638. 

Gibson,  Moses,  of  Heme,  carpenter, 
widr.,  and  Susan  Mathewes,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  James  Mathewes,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Sep. 
26,  1632. 


Gibson,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Mathew 
Younger,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d. 
of  Henry  Younger,  s.  p.,  sailor,  dec. 
about  4  years  since,  nowabiding  with 
her  mother,  Mathew  Younger,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by  Henry 
Younger,  s.  p.,  sailor,  son  of  the  dec. 
At  S.  Andrew's,  Cant.  Richard 
Wood  of  Cant.,  distiller,  bonds. 
Jan.  14,  1621. 

Gibson,  Thomas,  of  Westbere,  brick- 
layer, widr.,  and  Thomasine  Shrub- 
sole,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Robert  Shrubsole, 
late  of  Boughton  Blean,  dec.  At 
Molash.     Nov.  12,  1631. 

Gibson,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mildred's,  Cant., 
husb.,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary 
Admans,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  21  or  22,  d. 
of  Mary  Admans,  alias  Flisher,  wife 
of  John  Flisher,  who  consents,  as 
is  testified  by  John  Goldridge  of 
Cant.,  blacksmith.  At.  S.  Mildred's, 
Cant.  John  Brine  of  Cant.,  sherman, 
bonds.     Oct.  3,   1638. 

Gibson,  Thomas,  of  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.,  innholder,  widr.,  and  Alice 
Cooke  of  S.  Dunstan's,  w.  At  S. 
Michael's,  Harbledown.  Robert 
Bridges  of  Cant.,  innholder,  bonds. 
March  26,  1639. 

Gibson,  Thomas,  of  the  Precincts  of  the 
Abp's  Palace,  Cant.,  yeom.,  widr., 
and  Catherine  Short  of  the  Hospital 
of  S.  Nicholas,  Harbledown,  w.  of 
George  Short,  late  s.  p.,  dec  At  S. 
Nicholas,  Harbledown.  Peter  Pyard 
of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.    March  19,  1641. 

Giddings,  Humphry,  of  S.  Mary's  in 
Dover,  chirurgeon,  ba.,  about  24, 
and  Elizabeth  Jacob,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  d.  of  John  Jacob,  dec,  and  of 
Joan  his  widow,  who  consents.  At 
Barham,  because  her  mother  and 
other  friends  are  now  there  expecting 
the  said  Humphry  his  return  thither 
to-morrow,  and  so  to  be  married 
there.     Oct.  1,  1628. 

Gifford,  Richard,  of  Brabourne,  tailor, 
ba.,  about  30,  and  ]Mary  Jenkin  of 
S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.,  v.,  about  17, 
d.  of  Richard  Jenken,  dec,  and  now 
under  the  govt,  of  John  Knight  of 
Hythe,  g.,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  Henry  Jenken  of  Monks 
Horton,  uncle  to  the  maiden.  At  S. 
M.  Northgate.  Sept.  9,  1630.  AWe. 
Giiford  et  Knight  in  the  margin  and 
in  the  Index  to  Vol.  K. 


393 


MARRIAGE  LICENCES. 


394 


Gifford,  Richard,  of  Braboiirne,  tailor, 
widr.,  and  Catherine  Best  of  Barham, 
v.,  about  30,  d.  of  Susan  Best,  s.  p., 
w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
Robert  Southouse,  s.  p.,  maltster. 
At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.  July  26,  1641. 
See  Geft'ord,  Jeflbrd. 

Giggens,  John,  of  Goodnestone  n. 
Faversham,  husb.,  ba.,  about  25,  and 
Alice  Tanner  of  Ch.  Ch.,  Cant.,  v., 
about  25,  d.  of  Thomas  Tanner  of 
Heme,  who  consents.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.     Nov.  17,  1634. 

Giggens,  Walter,  of  Sturry,  husb.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Agnes 
Diamond  of  Egerton,  v.,  about  20,  d. 
of  Dorothy  Fenner,  a/ias  Diamond, 
of  Ruckinge,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  John  Diamond,  s.  p., 
brickmaker.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
Sept.  25,  1637. 

Gilbert,  Henry,  of  the  Precincts  of  Ch. 
Ch.,  Cant.,  yeom.,  ba.,  about  29,  and 
Mary  Farbrase  of  Challock,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Sampson  Farbrase,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  Challock. 
John  Gilbert  of  the  Precincts  afore- 
said, g.,  bonds.     Oct.  3,  1625. 

Gilbert,  John,  of  Birchington,  brick- 
layer, ba.,  about  25,  son  of  Richard 
Gilbert,  s.  p.,  who  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Thomas  Kerey,  s.  p., 
husb.,  and  Ann  West,  s.  p.,  v.,  18 
and  upwards,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  she  now  under  the  govt,  of 
Samuel  Appleton,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents  by  letter.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.  Tho.  Carey  of  Birchington, 
husb.,  bonds.     July  19,  1638. 

Gilbert,  Lawrence,  of  Dover,  seaman, 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  father,  Richard 
Gilbert,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Stephens,  s.  p.,  v.,  21  and  upwards, 
whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
Mary's  in  D.  Thomas  Beauer  of 
Dover,  seaman,  bonds.  Feb.  4,  1638. 

Gilbert,  Simon,  of  Elham,  tanner,  ba., 
about  25,  whose  father,  William 
Gilbert,  consents,  and  Jane  Chitten- 
den of  Kingstone,  v.,  about  19,  d. 
of  Abraham  Chittenden  of  Monks 
Horton,  yeom.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Patrixbourne,  Bishopsbourne  or 
Kingstone.     Jan.  13,  1644. 

Gilbert,  Thomas,  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 
g.,  ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Ann  Allen,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about 
16,    d.    of    Thomas   Allen,    late    of 


Minster  in  Sheppy,  g.,  dec,  and  now 
in  the  govt,  of  her  mother,  Sibyl 
Allen,  a/ias  Gilbert,  who  consents, 
as  is  testified  by  her  husband,  John 
Gilbert  of  S.  Martin's  aforesaid,  g. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.     Nov.  5,  1621. 

Gilbert,  Thomas,  of  Smeeth,  whitcbaker, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth  Wills 
of  Sellinge,  w.,  about  21,  relict  of 
Stephen  Wills,  late  s.  p.,  yeom.,  dec. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Dec.  6, 
1623. 

Gilbert,  William,  of  Fairfield,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Joan  Nicholls  of  Lydd, 
w.  of  Richard  Nicholls,  late  dec. 
At  Fairfield.     July  21,  1634. 

Gilbert,  William,  of  Fairfield,  husb.,  ba., 
about  29,  and  Agnes  Lull  of  Lydd, 
v.,  about  18,  who,  her  parents  being 
dead,  is  now  in  the  govt,  of  Thomas 
Higgenson  of  Lydd,  her  kinsman, 
who  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Gilbert  of  Fairfield,  yeom. 
At  Lydd.     Sept.  12,  1636. 

Gilbert,  William,  the  elder,  of  Fairfield, 
yeom.,  widr.,  and  Ann  Jenkin  of 
Bethersden,  w.  of  William  Jenken, 
late  of  Newchurch,  dec.  At  Fair- 
field.    July  11,  1639. 

Gilbert,  William,  of  Brookland,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Alice  Ely  of  Old  Romne}', 
v.,  about  20,  d.  of  Alice  Ely,  a/ias 
Grover  (sic),  wife  of  William  Glover, 
s.  p.,  which  said  Alice  Ely,  alias 
Glover,  consents,  as  is  testified  by 
William  Gilbert  of  Fairfield,  yeom., 
father  of  the  aforesaid  William. 
At  St.  IMargaret's,  Cant.  Ma.y  19, 
1640. 

Gilbert,  William,  of  Fairfield,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Dennis  Hudson  of  Ware- 
horne,  w.  of  Stephen  Hudson,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  Warehorne.  April 
30,  1642. 

Gilbert,  William,  of  Faversham,  mercer, 
ba.,  about  30,  son  of  Thomas  Gilbert 
of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant.,  tanner, 
and  Eleanor  Downe  of  Faversham, 
v.,  about  18  or  19,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  she  now  at  the  govt,  of  her 
aunt,  widow  Downe,  s.  p.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Thomas 
Streeter,  s.  p.,  tailor.  At  Faversham 
or  Pre.ston  n.  Faversham.  Isaac 
Bond,  sen.,  of  Cant.,  cordwainer, 
and  Isaac  Bond,  jun.,  s.  p.,  barber, 
bonds.     Jan.  19,  1642, 


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396 


Giles,  Andrew,  of  Lympne,  husb.,  widr., 
about  40,  and  Margaret  Wilson  of 
Postling,  maiden,  about  36,  at  lier 
own  govt.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
July  29,  1626. 

Giles,  Alvery,  of  Boughton  Aluph,  g., 
widr.,  and  Sarah  Barrow,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  26,  d.  of  Thomas  Barrow,  who 
consents.     At  same.     Aug.  6,   1638. 

Giles,  Avery,  of  Challock,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  26,  with  his  father's  consent, 
and  Richardine  Freind  of  North- 
bourne,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Ann 
Freind,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Waldershare.  John  Merriam  of 
Cant.,  mercer,  bonds.    Oct.  20,  1642. 

Giles,  Daniel,  of  All  Saints',  Cant.,  cord- 
wainer,  ba.,  about  22,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  IMartha  Sheppard  of 
Chilham,  v.,  22,  d.  of  John  Sheppard 
of  Cant.,  who  consents.  At  Chil- 
ham.    Aug.  25,  1638. 

Giles,  Daniel,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant., 
grosser,  widr.,  and  Mary  Fowle  of 
of  S.  M.  Brcdman's,  Cant.,  v.,  about 
23,  d.  of  John  Fowle,  s.  p.,  baker, 
who  consents.  At  S.  George's,  Cant., 
or  Thanington.     Dec.  24,  1641. 

Gyles,  Edward,  of  Cranbrook,  tailor,  ba., 
about  26,  and  Eleanor  Burcum,  s. 
p.,  w.,  about  42,  relict  of  Matthew 
Burcum,  late  s.  p.,  butcher,  dec.  At 
S.  M.  Brcdman's,  Cant.  Sept.  18, 
1621. 

Giles,  Edward,  of  S.  Bartholomew's 
Hospital  n.  Sandwich,  husb.,  ba., 
about  22  or  23,  whose  father,  Thomas 
Giles,  consents,  and  Elizabeth 
Meddin  of  Eythorne,  v.,  about  22  or 
23,  d.  of  Thomas  Meddin  of  Shep- 
herdswell,  who  also  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  his  son,  Henry  Meddin. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.  George 
Mount  of  Shepherdswell,  yeom., 
bonds.     June  15,  1646. 

Giles,  Gabriel,  of  Sheldwich,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  24,  and  Jane  Harris,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  26,  d.  of  Richard 
Harris,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant.    Feb.  21,  1625. 

Giles,  George,  of  Faversham,  maltster, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Catherine  Terry, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  25,  who,  her  parents 
being  dead,  is  now  in  the  service  of 
Mr.  Hales,  Mayor  of  Faversham, 
who  consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.     Oct.  19,  1630. 


Giles,  Henry,  and  Agnes  Haynes,  of  S. 
John's  in  Thanet.  At  same.  Dec. 
1,  1641. 

Gyles,  John,  of  Westwell,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Packer,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  23,  whose  mother, 
Catherine  Packer,  alias  Baldock,  w., 
consents.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
June  24,  1626. 

Gyles,  John,  of  Milton  n.  Sittingbourne, 
tailor,  ba.,  23  and  upwards,  at  his 
own  govt.,  and  Hanna  Pickes,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  28,  d.  of  Josias  Pickes,  s.  p., 
who  consents.  At  Deptling.  Feb. 
14,  1628. 

Giles,  John,  of  Challock,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  20,  with  the  consent  of  widow 
Giles  his  tutrix,  and  Ann  Ginder  of 
Elham,  v.,  about  24  or  25,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Crundale  or 
Hastingleigh.  Thomas  Tresser  of 
Cant.,  woollendraper,  bonds.  Dec. 
4,  1643. 

Gyles,  Michael,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
haberdasher,  ba.,  about  23,  at  her 
{sic)  own  govt.,  and  Elizabeth  Lock- 
ley,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  21,  who,  her 
parents  being  dead,  is  now  under 
the  tuition  and  govt.,  of  Richard 
Lockley  of  Cant.,  Alderman,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant. 
Nov.  18,  1626. 

Giles,  Richard,  of  Swingfield,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Hawker  of 
Challock,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of 
Sarles  Hawker,  late  s.  p.,  g.,  dec,  and 
now  abiding  with  Henry  Hawker,  s. 
p.,  g.,  who  consents.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Nov.  28,  1622. 

Giles,  Richard,  of  Selling,  yeom.,  ba., 
alDOut  60,  and  Magdalen  Lees  of 
Throwley,  maiden,  about  30.  At 
Selling.     INLarch  30,  1627. 

Giles,  Richard,  of  Challock,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Frances  Maddo.K  of  S. 
Alphage,  Cant.,  w.  of  Hugh  Maddox, 
late  of  Cant.,  baker,  dec.  At  Than- 
ington.    Nov.  10,  1636. 

Giles,  Robert,  of  S.  M.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  chapman,  widr.,  about  40,  and 
Jane  Godfrey,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  25, 
relict  of  Richard  Godfrey,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     June  5,  1626. 

Gyles,  Robert,  of  Throwley,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Thomasine  Worceter 
of  Faversham,  maiden,  about  26,  d. 
of  one  Worceter,  s.  p.,  w.,  who  is 
living,  and  consents.  At  Faversham. 
Oct.  20,  1626. 


397 


MARRIAGE   LICENCES. 


398 


Giles,  Robert,  of  Nonington,  cordwain- 
er,  ba.,  about  25,  and  Aphra  Creake, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  Stephen  Creake,  late 
dec.  At  Bekesbourne.  Nov.  28, 
16;51. 

Giles,  Robert,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Jones  of  S. 
Martin's,  Cant.,  w.  of  David  Jones, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  Folkestone. 
Samuel  Parker  of  S.  IM.  Northgate, 
Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.     Oct.  9,   1640. 

Giles,  Roger,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  widr.,  and  Sarah  Clark- 
son  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  w.  of 
William  Clarkson,  late  dec.  At 
Thanington.  John  Shephard  of 
Cant.,  foot-post,  bonds.  May  13, 
1637. 

Giles,  Stephen,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  widr.,  about  46,  and  Ann 
Mayney  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  w., 
about  48,  relict  of  Clement  Mayney, 
late  s.  p.,  grocer,  dec.  At  S. 
George's.     Aug.  12,  1626. 

Giles,  Thomas,  of  Ashford,  tanner,  widr., 
and  Catherine  Fisher  of  Kingsnorth, 
v.,  about  22,  d.  of  John  Fisher  of 
Boughton  Malherbe,  tanner,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Magdalene, 
Cant.  John  Garret  of  Cant.,  cord- 
wainer, bonds.     Feb.  15,  1660. 

Giles,  William,  and  Mary  Baxter,  of 
Eastry.     At  same.     Nov.  26,  1631. 

Giles,  William,  of  Westbere,  husb.,  ba., 
about  38,  and  Jane  Sayer  of  S. 
Gregory's  n.  Cant.,  v.,  about  23,  d. 
of  John  Sayer,  s.  p.,  gardener,  who 
consents.  AtFordwich.  Valentine 
Sayer  of  S.  Gregory's  n.  Cant., 
mason,  bonds.  Feb.  23,  1640.  Sfc 
Gilles. 

Gilfin  (Gilphin),  Robert,  of  Dymchurch, 
husb.,  widr.,  about  40,  and  Ann 
Vale,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.     June  15,  1631. 

Gilfin,  Robert,  of  Dymchurch,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Susan  JuU  of  Denton,  v., 
about  38,  d.  of  John  Jull,  s.  p.,  husb., 
who  consents.  At  Denton.  Oct. 
5,  1633. 

Giifen,  Thomas,  of  Snargate,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Richardine  Day  of 
Brookland,  w.  At  S.  George's,  Cant. 
Edward  Tayler  of  Adisham,  yeom., 
bonds.     Feb.  20,  1638. 

Gi  Ifi  n,Thomas,  of  Pluckley,  broad  weaver, 
ba.,  about  25,  whose  parents  arc 
dead,  and  Elizabeth  Wells  of  West- 


well,  v.,  about  27,  whose  parents  are 
also  dead.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Feb.  5,  1639. 

Gil  ham  (Gillam),  George,  of  Lydd, 
blacksmith,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Phoebe 
Gawdey,  about  26,  relict  of  Robert 
Gawdey,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Alph- 
age.  Cant.     May  17,  1627, 

Gillam,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  yeom., 
widr.,  about  40,  and  Martha  Hopper, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  William 
Hopper,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents. At  S.  Alphage.  Cant.  April 
15,  1623. 

Gilham,  John,  junior,  of  Wingham, 
miller,  ba.,  about  27,  whose  father, 
John  Gilham,  consents,  and  Alice 
Church,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  23,  d.  of  Alice 
Church,  alias  Carter,  s.  p.,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  William 
Gilham  of  Cant.,  miller.  At  S.  M. 
Bredman's,  Cant.  Thomas  Hawkes 
of  Cant.,  saddler,  bonds.  Jan.  12 
1640. 

Gilham,  Tobias,  of  Boughton  Blean, 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Thomasinc  Fagge, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Fagge,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Sept. 
24,  1629. 

Gilham,  William,  of  Kennington,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Griffin  of 
Boughton  Aluph,  v.,  about  40.  At 
Kennington.  John  Capet  of  Cant., 
clothworker,  bonds.     May  4,  1633. 

Gill,  Aaron,  of  Dover,  joiner,  widr.,  and 
Elizabeth  Butler,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Samuel 
Butler,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mil- 
dred's, Cant.  Thomas  Hogben  of 
Cant.,  yeom.,  bonds.  Dec.  28,  1638. 

Gill,  Henry,  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
maltster,  ba.,  about  28,  and  Joan 
Young,  s.  p.,  v..  about  the  like  age. 
At  S.  Martin's,  Cant.  Tune  20, 
1637. 

Gill,  Flenry,  of  S.  M.  Northgate,  Cant., 
maltster,  widr.,  and  Joan  Belton  of 
Ickham,  v.,  about  33,  d.  of  Christo- 
pher Belton  of  Dover,  chirurgeon, 
who  consents.  At  Hackington.  Tan. 
5,  1637. 

Gill,  Henry,  of  S.  Peter's  in  Sandwich, 
mariner,  ba.,  about  24,  whose  parents 
are  dead,  and  Mary  Hurlestone,  s. 
p.,  v.,  about  28,  whose  parents  also 
are  dead.  At  .same.  Jacobus  Fos- 
ter of  Cant.,  g.,  and  John  Jarman  of 
Holy  Cross,  Cant.,  tanner,  bonds. 
Feb.  16,  1638. 


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CANTERBURY 


400 


Gill,  Matthew,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
sailor,  ba.,  about  24,  and  Elizabeth 
Bing  of  CharUon  n.  Dover,  maiden, 
about  27,  d.  of  Thomas  Bing,  s.  p., 
yeom.,  who  consents.  At  S.  RI. 
Brcdman's,  Cant.     July  26,  1624. 

Gill,  Thomas,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
bricklayer,  widr.,  and  Jane  Adie,  s. 
p.,  w.  of  Anthony  Ady,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  same.     Feb.  13,  1632. 

Gill,  Thomas,  of  Kennardington,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Dunkin  of  Kenning- 
ton,  v.,  about  30,  at  her  own  govt. 
At  Kennington.  Edward  Hawker 
of  Kennington,  g.,  bonds.  May  30, 
1638. 

Gill,  Thomas,  of  Wye,  and  Ann  Franck 
of  Boughton  Aluph.  At  B.  Aluph. 
Jan.  4,  1639. 

Gill,  Thomas,  of  Kennardington.  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Robus,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Reginald  Robus,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  same.     April  15,  1642. 

Gill,  William,  of  Chartham,  husb..  widr., 
and  Margaret  Huggins  of  Waltham, 
v.,  about  50.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Henry  Maxted  of  Chartham,  yeom., 
and  Walter  Cloke  of  Thanington, 
grocer,  bonds.     Feb.  5,  1638. 

Gill,  William,  of  Dover,  carpenter,  ba., 
about  23,  whose  father,  Thomas  Gill 
of  Wye,  consents,  and  Catherine 
Walker  of  Dover,  v.,  about  21,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Buckland. 
April  11,  1640. 

Gill,  William,  of  Sandwich,  mariner,  ba., 
about  25,  and  Mary  Jacob  of  S. 
Clement's  in  Sandwich,  v.,  of  the 
like  age,  d.  of  John  Jacob,  s.  p.,  who 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  Sarah 
Claddie,  wife  of  Robert  Claddie  of 
Sandwich,  maltster.  At  S.  ]\Iartin's, 
Cant.     Dec.  15,  1640. 

Gilles,  John,  of  S.  Mary's  in  Dover, 
yeom.,  ba.,  about  32,  and  Susan 
Waters,  s.  p.,  w.,  about  34,  relict  of 
William  Waters,  late  of  London,  dec. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John  Atkins 
the  elder,  schoolmaster,  and  John 
Atkins  the  younger,  mariner,  both  of 
Dover,  bonds.  Dec.  9,  1619.  See 
Giles. 

Gil  left,  Edmund,  of  Leeds,  husb.,  ba., 
about  21,  whose  parents  are  dead, 
and  Elizabeth  Cockes,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Robert  Cockes,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
Sutton  Valence  or  I.angley.  Alex- 
ander Wattell  of  Sutton  V.,  yeom., 
bonds.     April  12,  1643. 


Gi I  lett,  Jeremy,  of  Lyminge,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Margery  Mersh,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  whose  mother  consents,  as  is 
testified  by  Richard  Jenken,  s.  p., 
husb.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  John 
Coote  of  Cant.,  innholder,  bonds. 
Oct.  3,  1635. 

Gil  low,  John,  of  Nonington,  tailor,  ba., 
about  35,  and  Rose  Ladd,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  27,  whose  mother.  Rose  Ladd, 
consents.  At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant. 
Feb.  28,  1633. 

Gil  low,  John,  of  Walmer,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  29,  whose  mother,  RoseGillow, 
consents,  and  Thomasine  Sladdcn, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  17,  d.  of  Richard 
Sladden,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Oct. 
15,  1638. 

Gil  low,  Robert,  of  S.  James's  in  Dover, 
yeom.,  ba.,  50  and  upwards,  and 
Elizabeth  Williams,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
Thomas  Williams,  late  of  S.  Mary's 
in  Dover,  dec.  At  S.  James's  or  S. 
RLary's  in  Dover.     Jan.  19,  1642. 

Gillowe,  Thomas,  of  Walmer,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Margaret  Jenkine  of  Eythorne,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Thomas  Jenkine,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  the  oath  of  Edmond  Cobb  of 
Cant.,  mercer.  At  Eythorne.  March 
24,  1623. 

Gil  low,  Thomas,  of  Walmer,  yeom.,  ba., 
21  and  upwards,  son  of  Thomas 
Gillow,  late  s.  p.,  dec,  and  Mary 
Croftes  of  S.  Peter's  in  Thanet,  v., 
about  22,  d.  of  Elizabeth  Croftes,  s. 
p.,  w.,  who  consents,  as  is  testified 
by  her  son,  Robert  Croftes,  g.  At 
S.  M.  Bredin's,  Cant.  May  22,  1646. 

Gillow,  Winter,  of  Walmer,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  33,  and  "  Decmos  "  Colder  of 
Eastry,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Bartholo- 
mew Colder,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  con- 
sents, as  is  testified  by  Henry 
Whitfield  of  Cant.,  g.  At  S.  M. 
Magdalene,  Cant.  William  Gillow 
of  Walmer,  yeom.,  bonds.  Oct.  16, 
1634. 

Gil  man,  George,  of  S.  Dunstan's  in  the 
East,  London,  Merchant  Taylor,  ba., 
about  28,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Elizabeth  Paramore  of  Eastry,  v., 
about  18,  d.  of  Josua  Paramore, 
s.  p.,  g.,  who  consents  by  letter. 
At  Eastry  or  Ham.  Thomas  Richard- 
son of  Cant.,  g.,  bonds.  June  26, 
1646. 


401 


MARRIAGE   LICENCES. 


402 


Gil  I  man,  Hugh,  of  Borden,  husb.,  widr., 
and  Jane  Bullocke,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At 
same.     July  19,  1636. 

Gil  I  man,  Richard,  of  Eastling,  husb., 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Eleanor  Bull,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  24,  d.  of  Richard 
Bull,  late  of  Westwell,  dec,  and  of 
Elizabeth  Bull,  alias  Batty,  the  now 
wife  of  Edward  Batty  of  Appledore, 
who  consents.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Jan.  27,  1619. 

Gillman,  Richard,  of  Eastry,  thatcher, 
widr.,  and  Paulina  Owens  of  Selling, 
v.,  35,  at  her  own  govt.  At  Selling. 
Thomas  Gilman  of  Chartham,  husb., 
bonds.     July  14,  1637. 

Gilman,  William,  of  Charing,  husb., 
ba.,  about  28,  whose  father,  Hugh 
Gilman,  consents,  and  Margaret 
Moore,  s.  p.,  w.  At  Preston  n. 
Faversham.  Thomas  Rawley  of 
Faversham,  miller,  and  William  Hills 
of  Ulcombe,  husb.,  bonds.  Dec. 
19,  1638. 

Gilmor,  Paul,  of  S.  Paul's,  Cant.,  grocer, 
ba.,  about  27,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Ann  Gosbie,  s.  p.,  v., 
about  17,  d.  of  Ann  Gosbie,  alias 
Aldridge,  who  consents,  as  is  testi- 
fied by  her  husband,  Thomas 
Aldridge.  At  Preston  n.  Faversham. 
Aug.  l',  1638. 

Gil  I  more,  William,  of  Whitstable,  g., 
ba.,  about  24,  at  his  own  govt.,  and 
Lucy  Gates  of  Hoo  in  Sussex, 
maiden,  about  18,  d.  of  Thomas 
Gates  of  Whitstable,  yeom.,  dec. 
about  15  years  since.  John  Cocke 
of  Swalecliffe,  g.,  uncle  of  said  Lucy, 
testifies  that  her  mother,  Martha 
Gates,  consents.  At  New  Romney. 
Aug.  26,  1620. 

Gilnett,  Bartholomew,  of  I  wade,  husb., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Peirsall  of  Up- 
church,  v.,  about  24,  d.  of  John 
Peirsall,  s.  p.,  sailor,  who  consents. 
At  Upchurch.     Dec.  11,  1644. 

Ginder,  Richard,  of  Elham,  yeom.,  a 
widowe,  about  40,  and  Amy  Ladd, 
s.  p.,  maiden,  about  34,  relict  of 
Thomas  Ladd,  late  s.  p.,  yeom., 
dec.  {sic)     At  Elham.     Dec.  1,  1623. 

Gender,  Thomas,  of  Elham,  g.,  ba., 
about  21,  and  under  the  govt,  of 
Alice  Gender,  s.  p.,  w.,  and  of  his 
grandfather,  John  Gender,  s.  p.,  g., 
who  consents,  and  Sarah  Ladd,  s.  p., 


maiden,  about  21,  d.  of  John  Ladd, 
s.  p.,  dec,  and  now  in  the  govt,  of 
her  mother,  [blank]  Ladd,  s.  p.,  who 
also  consents.  At  Elham.  Sept.  21, 
1622. 

Gipson.     See  Gibson. 

Girdler  (Gyrdler),  Henry,  of  Tenterden, 
yeom.,  widr.,  about  25,  and  Eleanor 
Lien  of  Benenden,  w.,  about  26, 
relict  of  Thomas  Iden,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At.  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Thomas 
Nower  of  Benenden,  and  Stephen 
Gyrdler  of  Rolvenden,  yeomen, 
bonds.     May  27,  1629. 

Girdler,  John,  of  Staplehurst,  broad- 
weaver,  ba.,  about  29,  and  Margaret 
Foord  of  Goudhurst,  w.  of  Jonas 
Foord,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mar- 
garet's, Cant.  Jacobus  Dedman,  of 
Staplehurst,  broadweaver,  bonds. 
Aug.  25,  1640. 

Girdler,  Stephen,  of  Benenden,  yeom.. 
widr.,  and  Ellen  Turner  [Reynoldes 
first  written  while  Wreight  remains 
in  the  margin  :  Turner  in  S.  George's 
Reg.]  of  Tenterden,  w.  of  Peter 
Turner,  late  dec.  At  S.  George's, 
Cant.  John  Wreight  of  Ashford, 
tailor,  bonds.     Oct.  17,  1633. 

Girdler,  Stephen,  of  Rolvenden,  yeom.. 
widr.,  and  Ann  Kenshaw  of  Tenter- 
den, w.  of  William  Kenshaw,  late  s. 
p.,  dec.  At  Rolvenden  or  Tenter- 
den. Allegation  made  by  Thomas 
Richardson  of  Cant.,  Notary  Public. 
John  Bull,  ofBethersden,  chirurgeon, 
bonds.     Jan.  17,  1639. 

Gisiingham,  Thomas,  of  Faversham, 
butcher,  ba.,  about  26,  and  Ann 
Gosse,  s.  p.,  maiden,  about  30.  At 
same.     Oct.  2,  1626. 

Gittens,  Thomas,  of  Folkestone,  fisher- 
man, ba.,  about  22,  at  his  own  govt., 
and  Joan  Harvey,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  30. 
At  Hawkinge.  Nicholas  Mould  of 
Folkestone,  mariner,  and  Henry 
Wraight  of  Cant.,  rippier,  bonds. 
March  28,  1643. 

Gladda,  Robert,  of  S.  Clement's  in 
Sandwich,  maltster,  ba.,  about  30, 
and  Sarah  Knott,  s.  p.,  w.  of  Morgan 
Knott,  late  dec.  At  S.  Martin's,  Cant. 
Robert  Manley  of  S  Martin's,  victu- 
aller, bonds.     April,  7,  1634. 

Gladish,  Robert,  and  Elizabeth  Styles,  of 
Boughton  Malherbe.  At  same.  Feb. 
18,  1625. 


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CANTERBURY 


•404 


Gladwish,  Ralph,  of  Ivychurch,  miller, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Joan  Stevenson, 
s.  p.,  w.  of  George  Stevenson,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  same.  William  Sergen 
of  Lydd,  blacksmith,  bonds.  March 
19,  1G80. 

Glasier,  Robert,  of  Hawkhurst,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Luce  Spicer,  late 
of  Brenchley,  but  now  of  Hawkhurst, 
v.,  about  22,  whose  mother,  Jane 
Spicer,  consents.  At  S.  M.  Bred- 
man's,  Cant.     July  26,  162.5. 

Glaze,  John,  and  Ann  Bridget,  of  North- 
bourne.     At   same.     May  27,   1636. 

Glidd,  John,  of  Tenterden,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  22,  whose  mother  consents, 
and  Ellen  Thomas,  s.  p.,  v.,  19  and 
upwards,  d.  of  Mary  Thomas,  a/ins 
Caffinch,  wife  of  Abraham  Caffinch, 
s.  p.,  butcher,  who  also  consents. 
At  S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard 
BirchettofTenterden,  mercer,  bonds. 
June  8,  1640. 

Glover,  Charles,  of  Woodchurch,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Margaret  Barton  of  Mer- 
sham,  w.  of  Henry  Barton,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Mersham.  Benjamin  Duck 
of  Mersham,  yeom.,  bonds.  Dec.  7, 
1641. 

Glover,  Christopher,  of  Milton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  beerbrewer,  ba.,  about  26, 
and  Elizabeth  Bates,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
30,  at  her  own  govt.  At  All  Saints', 
Cant.     Jan.  24,  1627. 

Glover,  John,  of  Lydd,  g.,  widr.,  about 
50,  and  Susan  Read,  s.  p.,  w.,  about 
45,  relict  of  John  Read,  late  s.  p., 
dec.     At  Appledorc.     RLay  25,  1626. 

Glover,  John,  of  Charing,  husb.,  ba., 
about  30,  and  Mary  Clarke  of  Dod- 
ington,  maiden,  about  28,  whose 
parents  are  dead.  At  Charing. 
Richard  Glover  of  Westwell,  husb., 
and  Nicholas  Clarke  of  Dodington, 
husb.,  bonds.     July  21,  1627. 

Glover,  John,  of  Challock.  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  March,  s.  p., 
v.,  of  the  same  years,  d.  of  Paul 
March,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents. 
At  same.  Andrew  Mantle  of  Mer- 
sham, yeom.,  bonds.    Feb.  24,  1628. 

Glover,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Mary  Dence  cf  Wye,  w. 
of  John  Dence,  late  of  Brook,  dec. 
At  Hinxhill.     Aug.  4,  1635. 

Glover,  John,  of  Hythe,  cooper,  widr., 
and   Alice    Chaulkley,    s.  p.,    w.   of 


[blank]  Chaulkley,  late  of  Dover,  dec 
At  Saltwood.     April  7,   1641. 

Glover,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  yeom., 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Lucas,  s.  p.,  w. 
of  Henry  Lucas,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At 
S.  iVLargaret's,  Cant.  Charles  Glover 
of  Woodchurch,  veom.,  bonds. 
April  7,  1641. 

Glover,  John,  of  Barham,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  27,  whose  father  consents,  and 
Ann  Jefifcry  of  Favcrsham,  v.,  about 
24,  d.  of  Francis  Jefifery  of  Bekes- 
bourne,  yeom.,  who  also  consents. 
At  Preston  n.  Faversham.  John 
O.xinbridge  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
March  17,  1644. 

Glover,  Richard,  of  Lydd,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  21,  son  of  John  Glover,  s.  p., 
who  consents,  and  Joan  Milles  of 
Old  Romncy,  maiden,  about  19, 
whose  mother,  Margaret  Milles,  alias 
May,  also  consents.  At  Lydd.  Nov. 
9,  1626. 

Glover,  Richard,  of  Mersham,  husb  , 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary  Yokely,  s. 
p.,  spr.,  about  30,  d.  of  Elizabeth 
Yokely,  w.,  who  consents.  At  S. 
Mildred's,  Cant.  Thomas  Rescue 
of  Smeeth,  carpenter,  bonds.  Nov. 
30,  1630. 

Glover,  Richard,  of  Nonington,  and 
Mary  Knowler  of  Hoath.  At  Hoath. 
March  8.  1640. 

Glover,  Stephen,  of  Ebony,  clothier, 
widr.,  and  Ann  Drury,  s.  p.,  w.  of 
John  Drewry,  late  of  Smalhead  in 
Tenterden,  dec.  At  S.  Margaret's, 
Cant.     Aug.  7,  1628. 

Glover,  William,  of  Sheldwich,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  60,  and  Margaret  Polhill 
of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  maiden,  about 
40,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Jan.  15, 
1620. 

Glover,  William,  of  Smarden,  clothier, 
ba.,  about  27,  and  Joan  Wood  of  S. 
M.  Bredman's,  Cant.,  v.,  about  19, 
who,  her  parents  being  dead,  is  now 
under  the  govt,  of  her  father-in-law, 
Rowland  Dixon  of  Cant.,  tailor,  who 
consents.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's. 
Nov.  12,  1625. 

Glover,  William,  of  IMersham.  and  Mar- 
garet Moseley  of  Bethersden.  At 
Mersham.  Jan.  1,  1628.  A^o/e.  This 
entry  occurs  between  Feb.  2  and 
Feb.  3. 


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MARRIAGE   LICENCES. 


406 


\ 


Glover,  William,  of  S.  Martin's,  Cant., 
husb.,  widr.,  and  Ellen  Johncocke, 
s.  p.,  v.,  about  28,  whose  parents  are 
dead.  At  same.  Thomas  Prowd,  s. 
p.,  yeom.,  bonds.     Nov.  24,  1632. 

Glover,  William,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
grocer,  ba.,  about  20,  whose  father 
consents,  and  Ann  Waters,  of  Ash- 
ford,  v.,  about  18,  d.  of  Christopher 
Waters,  s.  p.,  apothecary,  who  also 
consents,  as  is  testified  by  James 
Glover  of  Cant.,  grocer.  At  S. 
Andrew's.     April  5,  1634. 

Glover,  William,  of  Old  Romney,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  34,  and  Alice  Elie,  relict 
of  John  Elie,  late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S. 
M.  Magdalene,  Cant.  Edward  Wright 
of  Brookland,  husb.,  and  Thomas 
Glover  of  Iwchurch,  husb.,  bonds. 
May  12,  1634. 

Goaler,  Thomas,  ofGondhurst,  butcher, 
widr.,  about  48,  and  Margaret  Sharpie 
of  Appledore,  w.,  about  44,  relict  of 
Philip  Sharpye,  clerk,  late  curate  of 
Brookland,  dec.  At  S.  M.  Bredman's, 
Cant.     Sept.  17,  1621. 

Goatham  (Goteham),  George,  of  Heme, 
weaver,  ba.,  about  28,  whose  father, 
Richard  Goteham,  consents,  and 
Joan  Langford,  s.  p.,  w.  of  William 
Langford,  dec.  At  S.  Peter's,  Cant. 
John  Osborne  of  Cant.,  tailor,  bonds. 
Oct.  18,  1641. 

Goatley,  Ambrose,  of  Molash,  black- 
smith, ba.,  about  29,  whose  father, 
Thomas  Goally,  consents,  and  Ann 
Hart  of  Charing,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of 
John  Hart,  s.  p.,  barber  chirurgeon, 
who  also  consents.  At  S.  Alphage, 
Cant.     July  13,  1642. 

Goatly,  John,  of  Egerton,  yeom.,  ba  , 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Joan 
Iden,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  d.  of  Richard 
Iden,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who  consents.  At 
S.  Margaret's,  Cant.  Richard  Iden 
junior,  of  Egerton,  yeom  ,  bonds. 
June  14,  1630. 

Goatley,  John,  of  Ashford,  yeom.,  ba., 
about  23,  at  his  own  govt.,  and  Sarah 
Peers,  s.  p.,  v.,  about  22,  who,  her 
father  being  dead,  is  now  under 
the  govt,  of  [blank]  Peers,  alias  Post, 
wife  of  Thomas  Post  of  Headcorn, 
who  consents.  At  Hinxhill.  Dec. 
7,  1631. 

Goatly,  Reginald,  of  Wye,  g.,  ba.,  about 
23,  son  of  Thomas  Goatley,  s.  p.,  g., 
who   consents,    and   Phoebe    Haull, 


s.  p.,  maiden,  about  23,  d.  of  Thomas 
Haull,  s.  p.,  g.,  who  also  consents. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  April 
30,  1622. 

Goatly,  William,  and  Jane  Shouk,  of  S. 
Nicholas  Atwade.  At  same.  Feb. 
1,  1631. 

Goble,  George,  of  Ashford,  butcher,  ba., 
about  21,  son  of  Richard  Goble  of 
Boughton  Aluph,  butcher,  who  con- 
sents, and  Alice  Cliftbrd  of  Chilham, 
v.,  about  24,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  M.  Bredman's,  Cant.  Nov.  8, 
1()2.5. 

Goble,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  butcher, 
ba.,  about  24,  and  Grace  Clifford,  s. 
p.,  v.,  28,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  Boughton  Aluph,  because  Peter 
Dyman,  s.  p.,  limeburner,  who 
married  his  sister,  doth  intend  to 
bestow  a  wedding  dinner  upon  him. 
Redeemed  Compton,  clerk,  curate  of 
Woodchurch,  bonds.    May  19.  1624. 

Goble,  John,  of  Woodchurch,  butcher, 
widr.,  and  Elizabeth  Glover,  s.  p  , 
w.  of  John  Glover,  late  s.  p.,  dec. 
At  Kingsnorth  or  Kennardington. 
George  Rutting  of  Bethersden, 
butcher,  bonds.     July  17,  1644. 

Goble,  Nicholas,  of  Rlilton  n.  Sitting- 
bourne,  shoemaker,  widr.,  about  45, 
and  Barbara  Clarke  of  Borden,  w., 
about  36,  relict  of  John  Clarke,  late 
of  Ravleigh  in  Essex,  tailor,  dec.  At 
Bobbing.     Oct.  31,  1621. 

Goddard,  George,  of  S.  Andrew's,  Cant., 
cordwainer,  ba.,  about  27,  and  Mary 
Cowell  of  S.  George's,  Cant.,  v., 
about  26,  "  at  her  own  dispose."  At 
Thanington.  Thomas  Lewsly  of 
Cant.,  free-mason,  bonds.  Oct.  29, 
1636. 

Goddard,  Henry,  of  Ickham,  bricklayer, 
ba.,  about  24,  whose  father,  John 
Goddard,  consents,  and  Ann  Wash- 
enden,  s.  p.,  w.  of  John  Washenden, 
late  s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.  Mildred's,  Cant. 
Jan.  10,  1641. 

Goddard,  Matthew,  of  Newington  n. 
Hythe,  husb.,  ba.,  about  24,  whose 
father  is  dead,  and  Elizabeth  Rigden 
of  Little  Hardres,  v.,  about  20,  d.  of 
Thomas  Rigden,  s.  p.,  yeom.,  who 
consents.  At  Little  Hardres.  April 
23,  1636. 

Godden,  George,  of  Egerton,  husb., 
widr.,  about  38,  and  Martha  Staple 
of  Bethersden,  w.,  about  42,  relict 


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408 


of  John  Staple,  late  of  Riderfeild 
[?  Rotherfield]  in  Sussex,  carpenter, 
dec.  about  5  years  since.  At  Bethers- 
den.     April  7,  1621. 

Godden,  James,  of  Burham  in  Kent, 
3-eom.,  widr.,  about  30,  and  Susan 
Gierke  of  Boughton  Monchelsea,  w., 
about  21,  relict  of  John  Gierke,  s.  p., 
veom.,  late  dec.  At  B.  Monchelsea. 
Sept.  19,  1620. 

Godden,  John,  of  Maidstone,  tanner,  ba., 
23  and  upwards,  son  of  Robert 
Godden,  s.  p.,  tanner,  who  consents, 
and  Ann  Milloway,  s.  p.,  v.,  about 
22,  whose  parents  are  dead.  At  same. 
Aug.  16,  1631. 

Godden,  John,  of  Kingstone,  husb.,  ba., 
about  40,  and  Margery  Plills  of  S. 
John's  in  Thanet,  v.,  about  24,  whose 
mother  consents.  At  S.  John's  in 
T.  William  Silke  of  Bridge,  husb., 
and  Edward  Sanchy  of  Kingstone, 
husb.,  bonds.     Oct.  3,  1635.' 

Godden,  John,  of  Newington  n.  Hythe, 
pavier,  widr.,  and  Ann  Prufife,  s.  p., 
v.,  about  33,  whose  parents  are  dead. 
At  S.  Mildred's,  Gant.  John  Dyer 
of  Hythe,  saddler,  bonds.  June  8, 
1641. 

Godden,  John,  of  Folkestone,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  23,  whose  parents  are 
dead,  and  Jane  Simons  of  Swing- 
field,  w.  of  Richard  Symons,  late  of 
Brambling  in  Ickham,  dec.  At  S. 
]\I.  Bredin's,  Cant.,  or  Swingfield. 
Richard  Bromley  of  Gant.,  g.,  bonds. 
Dec.  7.  1643. 

Godden,  Leonard,  of  Ospringe,  malt- 
man,  ba.,  about  30,  and  Margaret 
Oldfield  of  Faversham,  w.,  about  40, 
relict  of  Stephen  Oldfield,  late  s.  p., 
innkeeper,  dec.  about  8  months 
since.     At  Ospringe.     April  7,  1623. 

Godden,  Richard,  of  Bethersden,  yeom., 
ba.,  about  30,  and  Elizabeth  Pett,  s. 
p.,  maiden,  about  30,  d.  of  [blank] 
Pett,  late  dec,  and  now  servant  to 
the  Rt.  Worshipful  Sir  William 
Lovelace  of  Bethersden,  Knight, 
who  consents.  At  All  Saints',  Cant. 
John  Russell  de  La  Gray  ff"riers, 
Cant.,  g.,  bonds.     July  17,  1623. 

Godden,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  tanner, 
widr.,  about  41,  and  Elizabeth  Mill- 
way  of  Upchurch,  w.,  about  39, 
relict  of  Clement  JMilhvay,  late  s.  p., 
dec.  At  Rainham,  because  they  are 
to  call  to  Captain  Thomas  Norris  of 


the  same  parish,  and  others  of  their 
friends  there  to  ride  from  thence  to 
Maidstone.  Allegation  made  and 
signed  by  Robert  Peers  of  Maidstone, 
ba.     July  7,  1623. 

Godden,  Robert,  of  Cant.,  tailor,  ba., 
26,  whose  father,  Walter  Godden, 
consents,  and  Julian  Halsnod,  s.  p., 
maiden,  about  25,  d.  of  [blank] 
Halsnod  of  ThanSfr,  w.,  who  also  con- 
sents. At  S.  Alphage,  Cant.,  where 
they  both  dwell.     Feb.  26,  1627. 

Godden,  Robert,  of  Maidstone,  tanner, 
ba.,  about  26,  and  Mary  Giles  of 
Tenterden,  w.  of  James  Giles,  late 
s.  p.,  dec.  At  S.