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Maxey, –
Approx. lifespan: 1469–1669
Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi College, 1569

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Maxey, John
Approx. lifespan: 1425–1625
Max, John
Educated at Cambridge (Cooper, I. 530). A Premonstratensian. Abbot of Welbeck; holding in commendam the bishopric of Elphin, 1525, and the Abbey of Titchfield, Hampshire. Chaplain to the King. Preb. of Southwell, 1520 .
Died 1536 .

Maxey, William

Approx. lifespan: 1453–1653
Matric. pens. from Corpus Christi College, 1553:04ET: .
Doubtless s. of John, of Saling, Essex. Brother of Anthony (1553). (Vis. of Essex, 1558 .)

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Maxey, Anthony
Approx. lifespan: 1478–1678
Matric. pens. from Trinity College, 1578:04ET: ; scholar from Westminster; B.A. 1581/2 ; M.A. 1585 ; B.D. 1594 ; D.D. 1608 .
Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) 1589:05:07 .
R. of Hackford, Norfolk, 1589-1602 .
R. of Horham, Suffolk, 1591-5 .
R. of Reepham, 1594-1612 .
R. of Horton, Buckinghamshire, 1612-8 .
Dean of Windsor and Wolverhampton, 1612-8 .
Registrar of the Order of the Garter, 1612 .
‘Made the highest bid for the vacant see of Norwich, 1618 .’ Died 1618:05:03 .
Buried at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, Will, P.C.C. (D.N.B.)

Maxey, Edward
Approx. lifespan: 1429–1629
B.A. 1529/30 .

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Maxey, Anthony
Approx. lifespan: 1453–1653
Matric. pens. from Corpus Christi College, 1553:04ET: .
Doubtless s. of John, of Saling, Essex. Of Saling, and afterwards of Bradwell, Essex, Esq. Died 1592:09:12 .
Will (P.C.C.). Father of Henry (1583) and William. (Vis. of Essex, 1634 ; Morant, II. 156.)

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* Salmon’s History of Essex, p. 137 ; and the Saxon Chronicle.

HUNDRED OF DENGEY. 671

conquest, belonged to Dodine, and at the survey to Walter the Deacon ; and CHAP.
Hametuna, or Haintuna at that time liolden by Suene ; and which previously had ^^*’^’
belonged to Godric, and another freeman, and to Robert, son of Wimarc; the
under tenants being Gaiter, Garner, and Ralph. Several estates belonging to other
parishes, appear from the records to have extended into this. There were two
manors.

Stow Mareys manor-house is three quarters of a mile from the church. The Stow
estate, in 1372, was holden of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, by Man^r*
John Mareys, whose family retained possession till 1389, when it was conveyed to
Conand Aske, or his feoffees ; in 1433 it belonged to John Hammond, and to Richard
Hammond from 1453 to 1488:* it was in the possession of William Willford and
his wife Agnes in 1548. Anthony Maxey, esq., of Bradwell, near Coggeshall, died
possessed of it in 1592 ; and sir Henry, his son and heir, died in 1624, who, having
no issue, was succeeded by his brother, sir William Maxey.

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John Maxey, esq. died in 1546, and was succeeded by Anthony, his son, successively
followed in this possession by sir Henry Maxey, sir William, Greville, and Anthony
Maxey. The next following possessor was Martin Carter, esq.; and, in 1717, Hugh
Raymond, esq. succeeded by Jones Raymond, esq.

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In the reign of king Henry the eighth, this parochial church or chapel having been,

by mistake, entered as a chantry, was, in 1546, with all that belonged to it, granted
to Henry Needham, who soon afterwards, by the name of the chantry of Great Bard-
field, conveyed it to George Maxey, esq.; on which, William Jenkinson, chaplain of
the chapel of ease of Great Bardfield, with the churchwarden* of the chapel and other
inhabitants, brought a suit in chancery against George Maxey, esq. for the recovery
of the chapel and lands belonging to it; and, in 1554, it was determined by sir William
Paulet, lord keeper, ” that the chapel and yard should be for the use of the inhabitants
of this hamlet; the chaplain to be nominated by George Maxey and his heirs, with
the consent of the chief inhabitants. The chaplain shall enjoy the tenement called the
priest’s house, a garden, a little croft, and the church-yard; that he shall enjoy all the
small tithes, offerings, and oblations, in as ample a manner as any incumbent enjoyed
them before, in the memory of man; all which were then esteemed worth seven
* The name of churchwarden in the record proves this church to have been parochial.

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HISTORY OF ESSEX.

BOOK II. pounds yearly, besides the priest’s house, croft, &c. or to be made up so much, by
George Maxey, who was to hold those tenements, called Lucknors, Hulls, Allponds,
and Purley, and all other lands and tenements formerly belonging to the said chapel,
except such as have been before excepted.” George Maxey, esq. died in 1558, but
this decree was not ratified, till his son, in 1574, alienated this ecclesiastical estate to
William Bendlowes, serjeant-at-law, who gave it to the inhabitants, for the mainte-
nance of the word preached, divine service, the administration of the sacraments, and
other rites of holy church; and he endowed it with the priest’s house, a garden,
orchard, and croft, with all tithes of hay, wool, lamb, pig, goose, calf, sheep, fruit,
oblation, and other spiritual rights and customs; and also an annual rent of three
pounds to the chaplain. The inhabitants to repair the chapel and chapel-yard, and
the patron to have the nomination of the chaplain.

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48 HISTORY OF ESSEX.

BOOK II. priory, to which he was a benefactor. His heir was John, son of his son William,*
who sold the estate, in 1349, to Thomas de Mandevil, of Black Notley, by whom it
was conveyed to John Hande, who died in 1418, and Gresild, his widow, in 1473;
and their only daughter, Joan, conveyed it in marriage to Walter Writtle, esq. who
was succeeded by his son and grandson, both named John; the latter of whom dying
without issue, the estates descended to his kinsman and heir-at-law, John Basset; then
to Gregory Basset, whose only daughter and heiress, Dorothy, conveyed it, in marriage,
to Robert Bonham, esq. and to her second husband,

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Anthony Maxey, who died in 1592, and Dorothy in 1602; and from that period to 1665, the successive possessors were sir Henry Maxey, sir William Maxey, Greville and Anthony Maxey, esqs. the last of whom sold it to Martin Carter, esq. who sold it to a son of the rev. Samuel Collins, vicar of Braintree.

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His successors here and at Bradwell Hall were sir Henry, sir William, Greville, and Anthony Maxey, the last of whom, in 1665, sold Saling Hall to Martin Carter, esq. The rev. Martin Brunwin is the pre- sent owner of Bradwell Hall, in Witham, and possessor of the rectory and a handsome mansion newly
erected.

* Arms of Carter : Gules, a cross patonce, or ; on a chief azure, three firmeaux (i. e. buckles) of the
first. Crest : A lion’s head erased, or.

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48 HISTORY OF ESSEX.

BOOK II. priory, to which he was a benefactor. His heir was John, son of his son William,*
who sold the estate, in 1349, to Thomas de Mandevil, of Black Notley, by whom it
was conveyed to John Hande, who died in 1418, and Gresild, his widow, in 1473;
and their only daughter, Joan, conveyed it in marriage to Walter Writtle, esq. who
was succeeded by his son and grandson, both named John; the latter of whom dying
without issue, the estates descended to his kinsman and heir-at-law, John Basset; then
to Gregory Basset, whose only daughter and heiress, Dorothy, conveyed it, in marriage,
to Robert Bonham, esq. and to her second husband,

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Anthony Maxey, who died in 1592, and Dorothy in 1602; and from that period to 1665, the successive possessors were sir Henry Maxey, sir William Maxey, Greville and Anthony Maxey, esqs. the last of whom sold it to Martin Carter, esq. who sold it to a son of the rev. Samuel Collins, vicar of Braintree.

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Maxey, esq. who married Enimeline, daughter and heiress of Anger, and had by her his only son John. Emmeline’s second husband was John Knight, esq. the purchaser of Saling Hall, in 1516. By his wife,whose maiden name was Strangwich, he had his only son, John INIaxey, esq. : his first wife’s maiden name was Appleton, and his second, Cornwall : by the first he had Anthony, his successor on his decease

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in 1S46, and also a second son, named William. Anthony Maxey, esq. married Dorothy Basset, widow of Robert Bonham, by which he acquired the estate of Bradwell Hall, and other considerable possessions.

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John Slatur and Elizabeth Maxse were married at St. Antholin, London in the year 1575

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John Slatur and Elizabeth Maxse were married at St. Antholin, London in the year 1575.

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Willm Mawke

Christening

26 Sep 1591

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Robarte

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Sengle Makye

Marriage

8 Aug 1570

Christ Church, Newgate Street, London

Margerett Syckerson

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Elsabeth Make

Marriage

23 Sep 1564

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Willm Portar

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Elsabeth Make

Marriage

23 Sep 1564

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Willm Portas

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Isaack Make

Burial

2 Dec 1578

St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London

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Jacob Make

Baptism

3 Mar 1587

St Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey

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John Make

Marriage

Feb 1587

All Saints, Edmonton, Middlesex

Elizabeth Tombote

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Margaret Make

Christening

16 Jun 1594

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Robert Make

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Eliz Maxey

Marriage

12 Nov 1579

St Dunstan in The East, London

Thomas Packhurst

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Robert Maxe

Marriage

14 Aug 1599

St Mary At Hill, London

Francis Bawdwin

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Mary Max

Burial

3 May 1543

St Michael Bassishaw, London

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Elizabeth Maox

Marriage

19 Nov 1590

St Dunstan in The West, London

Anthonye Center

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Thelarde Maixie

Baptism

17 Jul 1570

St Peter, Westcheap, London

Ronarable Lorde

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Thomas Maixie

Baptism

17 Jul 1570

St Peter, Westcheap, London

Ronorable Lorde

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George Maxie

event type

dd mm year

city, Middlesex

Maxie

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Humfrey Maxie

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Ann Maxey

Baptism

Christ Church, Surrey

Henry Maxey, Rebecca Maxey

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John Maxey

Christening

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

Thomas Maxey

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Joseph Maxey

Baptism

Christ Church, Surrey

Henry Maxey

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Rebecca Maxey

Burial

St George in The East, Middlesex

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Thomas Maxey

Christening

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

Tho Maxey

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Eliz Maxey

Marriage

12 Nov 1579

St Dunstan in The East, London

Thomas Packhurst

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Maxey, Nicholas, undated

D, petition to the Justices regarding a runaway apprentice, n.d. AM 1535 Pyne Henry   Box 32

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TRINITY COLLEGE ADMISSIONS 287 Maxey, Anth.   (1578)
to Mr. Maxey of Trinity College, vi. 146, to his niece about her marriage, vi. 14-7, his letter to the duke of Buckingham about Sir Henry Yelverton’s case, vi. 259, his letter to the lord treasurer for his favour to Mr. Higgius, vi. 385, to Sir Francis Vcrc in fa- vour of Mr. Ashe, ibid, to Mr. Cawfeilde about sending interro- gatories, vi, 386, his friendly letter to lord Montjoye, vi. 3S7. See letters.
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Maxey, Anthonius (1594-1603) Maxey, Edward (1607-1613) Maxey, Patrick (1614-1614) Maxey, William (1608-1617) Maxey, William Seele (1752-1780) Maxey, Willimus (1617-1617)

(William Maxey) was born about 1592. He married (Elizabeth Broughton).

(Elizabeth Broughton) was born about 1596. She married (William Maxey).

They had the following children:

F i Mary Maxey

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Maxey, Anthonius (1594-1603)

1594

Maxey, Anthonius

Reisham Marie / Rector

1594

Appt(Institution)

Maxey, Anthonius

Reisham Marie /

Rector

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PROB 11/871

Will of Thomas Moxey, Yeoman of Crediton, Devon

24 May 1585

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Will of Edmond Max or Maxe, Gentleman of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire

Date

11 October 1550

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[no title]  F(M) Charter/2287  Mid C17th

Contents: PARTICULARS of the lands, fields, gates, etc. of Maxey taken from old rentals, etc. “of the manor of Maxey as well of the fee of La Marre as of the fee of Arderne”; temp. Hen.IV. – temp. Elizabeth. Paper 6pp. on p.5. is the following note by John Mersshe, surveyor:- “Md. that the ferme of Waldranhall above mencioned is an Inne somtime greatly frequented by pilgrymes passing to Walsingham, and then let for viiili.a yere and now lett but for xls. by the discretion of those that were the Kinges Officers and so in decay of vili.” Temp. Edw.VI. Endorsed:- (1) “Maxey, Diverse notes concerning Frauncis Worsley”; and (2) “William Cecill, Knt. witness of letters patent of Qu.Elizabeth made concerning the castle and manor of Maxey”; 13 May, 3 Eliz. [1561] Dated temp. Hen.IV. – temp. Elizabeth

[no title]  F(M) Charter/2337  Easter Term, 22 Eliz I [1580]

Contents: FINAL CONCORD made in Easter Term, 22 Eliz. [1580] whereby Edward Nycolson conveyed to James Cleypoole, gent., 30 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow and 10 acres of pasture, in Northburghe, Maxey and Depyngate, in consideration of the payment of £80

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ByWotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639

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Hutton; Welwick, Wyton (Wyneton in Holdernesse) [in Swine]; Carnaby (Kernetby); Wheldrake (Queldryk) (Yorks.); manor of Maxey(Makesey) and lands in Nurton and Lolham (Leham) [in Maxey], Deeping (Depyng), Ufford (Offord), Northborough, Ashton (Aston) [in Date: 1501 – 1600 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives
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23 June, Geo. Maxey, servant to Mr. Chancellor of the Augmentations towards “making of certain perokes, new making of stondinges and ridding of roughe plottes within the King’s new park of Fayre Meade
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Index – M … Makeseye. See Maxey. Makeworth. … Mawdelyn, John, p. 236, 6043 (2 ii.). Maxey (Makesey),  Northt., 1500 note, g. 2839 (21), 3712. -, -, vicar of, 3712. … Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4 (1875)

Index – L – Z … Mather, John, 244. Maulton, Ric., 243. Maxey, Wm., 201, 203. Maxwell  (Constable-Maxwell), Marm., 144, 149. Maylard: -, Guy, 200 -, Wm., 198. … A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6 (1989)

Index – M … Mawd, Robt., 812. Mawdlens priory. See under Barnstaple. Maxey, John, bp. of Elphin,  commendatory of Welbeck, 110, 878 ii. -, -, letter from, 110. … Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10 (1887)

Index – KZ … (fl. c. 1248), Wm. (? son of Wm., fl. 1248),. Maurice, Prince,. Maxey, Ant., Susan,  see Poley. Maxstoke Priory,. Maxwell, Dr. – (fl. 1792),. Maypole estate,.

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1509-1543 43. John Sharpe, groom of the Chamber, and Hugh Edwardis, sewer of the Chamber. Grant, in survivorship, of the offices of constable of the castle of Maxey, Northt., with 3d. a day out of the issues of the lordship of Maxey; bailiff of the said lordship, and keeper of the park of Bourne, Linc., with the usual fees out of the issues of the lordships of Bourne and Maxey; and keeper of the swans in the counties of Northampton and Lincoln; now in the King’s hands by death of Margaret countess of Richmond. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8. [4199.]

From: ‘Henry VIII: June 1513, 27-30’, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1: 1509-1514 (1920), pp. 918-940. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102690&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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Lists of Officers … 1586-7 Ralph Freeman (d. 1604). 1587-8 George Barthorpe (d. 1593), William Maxey  (res. 1597), Philip Wade (res. 1608). … 1595-6 William Maxey. 1596-7 Peter Pape. … A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6 (1989)

Henry VIII – April 1543, 21-25 … 10 Aug., Geo. Maxey, towards making Fayre Meade park, 40l. … and 4 Nov., Geo. Maxey,  towards finishing certain perokes in the new park of Fayre Meade, 50l. … Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 1 (1901)

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Lists of Officers … 1586-7 Ralph Freeman (d. 1604). 1587-8 George Barthorpe (d. 1593), William Maxey  (res. 1597), Philip Wade (res. 1608). … 1595-6 William Maxey. 1596-7 Peter Pape. … A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6 (1989)

Henry VIII – April 1543, 21-25 … 10 Aug., Geo. Maxey, towards making Fayre Meade park, 40l. … and 4 Nov., Geo. Maxey,  towards finishing certain perokes in the new park of Fayre Meade, 50l. … Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 1 (1901)

1509-1543 43. John Sharpe, groom of the Chamber, and Hugh Edwardis, sewer of the Chamber. Grant, in survivorship, of the offices of constable of the castle of Maxey, Northt., with 3d. a day out of the issues of the lordship of Maxey; bailiff of the said lordship, and keeper of the park of Bourne, Linc., with the usual fees out of the issues of the lordships of Bourne and Maxey; and keeper of the swans in the counties of Northampton and Lincoln; now in the King’s hands by death of Margaret countess of Richmond. Del. Westm., 11 June 5 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 5 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 8. [4199.]

From: ‘Henry VIII: June 1513, 27-30’, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1: 1509-1514 (1920), pp. 918-940. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102690&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

43. John Sharp

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Eynford Hundred – Hackford … 1583, Step. Jerveis. Ditto. 1589, Ant. Maxey, by Thomas Hunt, Esq. 1602, Robert  Lambkin. Ditto. 1617, William Quelch, by Elizabeth Hunt, widow. … An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 8

1589, Ant. Maxey, by Thomas Hunt, Esq.

From: ‘Eynford Hundred: Hackford’, An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 8, pp. 223-226. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78453&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

… Wiggenhall St. M

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Houses of Premonstratensian canons – Abbey of Titchfield … The Valor of 1535 gives the gross income of the abbey at £280 19s. 10½d. and the  clear value at £249 16s. 1d. John Maxey, Bishop of Elphin, was then abbot. … A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 2 (1973)
General Index – M, N, O … Maud, Bernard. Maudlin, a servant. Mauleverer, Sir Rich., letter of. Maxey, Edw. -,  Mr. Maximilian II., Emperor Of Germany, son of. Maxwell, David -, Capt. Robt … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1595-97 (1869)
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Index – M … Mawdeleye, Richard, clothmaker, of Crowscombe, 1186. Max, Thomas, notary, 1540.  Maxey, John, fishmonger, of London, 388. May, Joan, widow, of Bristol, 107. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV: volume 2 (1953)

Deeds – C.301 – C.400 … of attorney from George Breynton to John Pagyn and John Hulle, barber, of Hereford,  to deliver seisin to John Mey, William Monynton, William Maxey, clerk, and … A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890)

Henry VIII – February 1522, 16-28 … Del. Westm., 5 Feb. 13 Hen. VIII.—SB Pat. p. 2, m. 24. 5. Ric. Cecile. Reversion  of the offices of constable of Maxey Castle, Northt., with 3d. … Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 3 (1867)

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… Mawdeleye, Richard, clothmaker, of Crowscombe, 1186. Max, Thomas, notary, 1540.  Maxey, John, fishmonger, of London, 388. May, Joan, widow, of Bristol, 107. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV: volume 2 (1953)

Deeds – C.301 – C.400 … of attorney from George Breynton to John Pagyn and John Hulle, barber, of Hereford,  to deliver seisin to John Mey, William Monynton, William Maxey, clerk, and …

The Valor of 1535 gives the gross incomeof the abbey at £280 19s. 10½d. and theclear value at £249 16s. 1d. John Maxey,Bishop of Elphin, was then abbot.

From: ‘Houses of Premonstratensian canons: Abbey of Titchfield’, A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 2 (1973), pp. 181-186. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=38110&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011. John Maxey, Bishop of Elphin, about1535-6

From: ‘Houses of Premonstratensian canons: Abbey of Titchfield’, A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 2 (1973), pp. 181-186. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=38110&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

… Maud, Bernard. Maudlin, a servant. Mauleverer, Sir Rich., letter of. Maxey, Edw. -,  Mr. Maximilian II., Emperor Of Germany, son of. Maxwell, David -, Capt. Robt … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1595-97 (1869)

N’hamp.]

B. 2523. Grant by William de Ares, chaplain, to the nuns ofKatesby, of a toft in Makesey (Maxey). Witnesses:—Salomon de Wythirington, Robert Freman de Clinton, William son of Walter de Makeseye and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.

From: ‘Deeds: B.2501 – B.2600’, A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2 (1894), pp. 308-317. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64283&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

in 1643, (fn. 39)  leaving as co-heirs his four sisters, Annewife of Sir Charles Adderley, whose share descendedto their son Arderne Adderley, Elizabeth wife ofSir William Pooley, whose heir was their daughterSusannah, afterwards the wife of Anthony Maxey,Dorothy, who married Harvey Bagot, and Goditha orJudith, who married Herbert Price. (fn. 40)  In

From: ‘Parishes: Pedmore’, A History of the County of Worcester: volume 3 (1913), pp. 201-203. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43108&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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General Index – M, N, O … Maurice (or Morris), Count. Mauvissiere, Mons. Mawde, Barnard. Mawle, Robert. Maxey,  Edward. Maxfeild, Henry. Maxfeylde, Wm. Maximilian. Maxpeden, Archibald. … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1581-90 (1865)

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Cecil Papers – Miscellaneous 1597 … ½p. (1403.). Edward Maxey, Customer of Southampton, to Lord Burghley. [1597.], To  require Mr. Fanshaw to stay the process against him and his sureties. … Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 14 (1923)

1597 Edward Maxey, Customer of Southampton, to LordBurghley.

From: ‘Cecil Papers: Miscellaneous 1597’, Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 14: Addenda (1923), pp. 31-49. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112092&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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THE TESTAMENT OF SIMON LEUERET OF GRANTHAM.

From: ‘Lincoln Wills: 1506’, Lincoln Wills: volume 1: 1271-1526 (1914), pp. 26-30. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53659&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011. To my godson Richard Harberdesson callid William vjs. viijd. I will that Thomas Maxey have all thatwere his faders shepe with an Iron bonde carte and all horses and maresthat were his faders with a peas stake at manthorp, and also my whitemare.

From: ‘Lincoln Wills: 1506’, Lincoln Wills: volume 1: 1271-1526 (1914), pp. 26-30. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53659&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 3: 1583-94

Thomas Lovell, esq., Fardinand Parris, esq., Francis Woodhowse, esq., Brian Stapleton, esq., William Maxey, gent., Evan Fludd, gent., and Francis Baxter, gent., and Katherine his wife

William Baxter, esq., and Isabel his wife

10 messuages with lands and a several fishery, called a Signe Draughte, in the water of Osa, also the tithes in grabs, grain, and hay, and ten shillings rent in Draxe, Langarett, Newland, Brockhole, Sharphill, and Howden als. Hoveden.

From: ‘Yorkshire Fines: 1583’, Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 3: 1583-94 (1889), pp. 1-14. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49697&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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 Maunsfeild, Sir Robert, 189. Maxe, William, 10. Maxey, Edward, captain of the port
and customer of Southampton, letter from, 32. -, -, letter to, 165. 
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Cecil Papers – Miscellaneous 1597 ½p. (1403.). Edward Maxey, Customer of Southampton, to Lord Burghley. [1597.], To
require Mr. Fanshaw to stay the process against him and his sureties. 
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Cecil Papers – February 1601 loving you. Undated. Holograph. 1 p. (179. 164.). Edward Reynolds to —
Maxey, Captain of the Port of Southampton. [Before 25 Feb 
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Index – S Soto, Diego de, 12. Southampton, 202. -, captain of the port and customer of,
see Maxey. -, minister in, 120. -, Earl of, see Wriothesley. 
Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 14 (1923)
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1596, July 26.

Though it hath pleased God to lay this great and grievous cross upon me, yet I must humbly thank Him He hath raised me so honourable a friend as yourself, for I understand by my cousin, Sir Thomas Gorges, how greatly I am bound to you. I beseech you to continue me still in your good favour, and as you have begun, so doubt I not but it will please you to effect that which it hath pleased her Majesty to bestow of me.—The 26th of July.

Holograph. Seal. 2/3 p. (42. 90.)

Thomas Heton, Edward Maxey, and John Capelin, officers of Southampton, to Lord Burghley.

From: ‘Cecil Papers: July 1596, 26-31’, Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 6: 1596 (1895), pp. 286-309. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=109973&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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Queen Elizabeth – Volume 230 – January 1590 … Jan.? 36. Petition of Margaret Harper, late wife of Sir John Harper, deceased,  and now wife of Edw. Maxey, to the Council. Complains … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1581-90 (1865)

… William, 410, 585, 586. Makeseye. See Maxey. Malberthorp. … the younger, 231. Maxey,  Makeseye [co. Northampton], chantry, chapel of St. Mary, 440. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: volume 13 (1911)

Index – M … Makesey. See Maxey. Maklesfeld. See Macclesfield. … Mauveysyn, Peter son of Alice daughter  of Peter de Muneton, 180. Maxey, Makeseye, co. Northants, 124. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: volume 3 (1904)

Index – M … Makeheit, Adam, 566. Makeseye. See Maxey. Mala Morte, William de, 18. … Geoffrey de,  431. Mauveisin, Hugh son of, 254. Maxey, Makeseye, co. N’hamp., 241. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: volume 1 (1902)

———————————- John Maxey, the penultimate Abbot of Welbeck, was appointed in 1520. In 1525 he wasconsecrated Bishop of Elphen, but allowed toremain abbot in commendam; he did homage tothe king and took the oath on Sunday 23 July,when he was graciously received by Henry. (fn. 61) This abbot was a favourite of Wolsey’s, andformed part of his suite in 1527. (fn. 62)  Two yearslatter the cardinal gave him a valuable spoon ofcrown gold. (fn. 63)  When Wolsey in the followingyear proceeded to his manor of Southwell, theAbbot of Welbeck was entrusted with the dutyof providing corn for bread, and drink for thehousehold. (fn. 64)

From: ‘House of Premonstratensian canons: The abbey of Welbeck’, A History of the County of Nottingham: Volume 2 (1910), pp. 129-138. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=40094&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

The abbot of the Premonstratensian house ofWest Dereham, Norfolk, died on 26 October1535, and when the certificate reached Abbot Maxey at Welbeck he wrote on 2 November toCromwell desiring to know his pleasure in writing, although the king had granted him and themonastery of Welbeck the elections of all of theirreligion within the realm. (fn. 66)  He was evidentlydetermined to do his best to deserve well of thedespot. In January 1536 Maxey again wroteto Cromwell, sending him £10, ‘as your fee formy religion,’ a ‘fee’ for which there could beno shadow of pretence. (fn. 67)

The abbey had to submit in 1536 to a visitation from the notorious royal commissioners,Legh and Layton. According to their statement three of the canons were guilty of unnatural offences and one was incontinent. Threeof them sought release from their vows. Theannual income was returned at £280, and thedebts at £40. (fn. 68)

Abbot Maxey, Bishop of Elphen, died in August1536, and the Earl of Shrewsbury wrote toCromwell on the 18th telling him of the deathand saying that the brethren were going up tothe king to make suit for free election. Theearl begged Cromwell that he would favourthem, believing that there were several amongthem discreet and able to be master. (fn. 69)

In the spring of 1537 the Abbot of Barlingswas accused of concealing various items of property pertaining to his own and other religioushouses in order that it might escape confiscationat the hands of the Crown commissioners. Information was given to the council that he haddeposited over £20 worth of plate with thevicar of Scothern near Barlings, which waslaid in pledge by the Abbot of Welbeck,deceased. (fn. 70)

Richard Bentley was the name of the abboteventually nominated by Cromwell to succeedAbbot Maxey. On 20 June 1538 he signedthe surrender of his house; the deed of surrenderwas also signed by William Hatfield, the subprior, and by the following sixteen other canons:Thomas Sysson, John Cheenys (cook), JohnRawlinson, William Rotheram, Richard Awsten,Thomas Hyll, Richard Hogley, Edward Thomson, William Almunde, John Lychfeld, NicholasBolland, James Casson, Richard Halifax, Christopher Bentlay, Thomas Castell, and WilliamWilson. (fn. 71)

From: ‘House of Premonstratensian canons: The abbey of Welbeck’, A History of the County of Nottingham: Volume 2 (1910), pp. 129-138. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=40094&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011

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Inventory – Maxey, Robert (1590)

Reference Name INV/79/454

Name: Maxey, Robert

Profession: Yeoman

Place: Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire

Date: 1590

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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Inventory – Maxey, Richard (1576)
Date: 1576 Collection: Lincolnshire Archives
Reference: INV/60/166Probate
Inventory – Maxey, Richard (1576)
Date: 1576 Collection: Lincolnshire Archives
Reference: INV/59/267

Probate
Inventory – Maxey, Henry (1594-1595)
Date: 1594-1595 Collection: Lincolnshire Archives
Reference: INV/86/151
Inventory – Maxey, Robert (1590)
Date: 1590 Collection: Lincolnshire Archives
Reference: INV/79/454
Inventory – Maxey, Christopher (1564-1566)
Date: 1564-1566 Collection: Lincolnshire Archives
Reference: INV/44/169
Country Estates

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The second wife of WIllaim Kemp, the father, was Mary, daughter of John Maxey Esq and widow of _ Yardely; there marriage settement bears the date of 1542.

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Queen Elizabeth – Volume 230 – January 1590 … Jan.? 36. Petition of Margaret Harper, late wife of Sir John Harper, deceased,  and now wife of Edw. Maxey, to the Council. Complains … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1581-90 (1865)

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Contents: Copy will of Geo. Stonerd of Loughton (Ess.), esq. To be buried near wife in the new chapel in Loughton church. To mother church, 12d. To Loughton High Altar for forgotten tithes, etc., 3s. 4d. To poor householders of Loughton each yr. for 3 yrs. after death, £6 13s. 4d. For repair of highways, £20. For setting up a new bell frame in church, £40, parishioners finding the rest. To sis. Cooke, £5. To sis. Stacy, 40s.; to sis. Barbara Perry, 40s. To servants Edward Savage, and Edward Benlest, 40s. each. To servants Wm. Noodes and John Herd, and to John Lewes, 20s. each. To all other servants, 13s. 4d. each. To godsons Geo. Maxye and Geo. Wethies, 20s. each. To all other godsons, 12d. To s. George, £300, £100 to be paid when 21 and £200 when 24. £240 thereof to remain in hands of Roger Wethies of London, citizen and haberdasher, till s. 21. To s. Rich., £200 when 21. To d. Dorathey, £200 when married or 26, she marrying with consent of sons John and Francis, so she has £20 or more jointure. (If any of above die, then to executors.) To children of late d. Withies, £40 to share when married or 24; to be held by their father (Roger). To children of d. Maxey, £40 likewise, to be held by their father Geo. To d. Maxey, £20. To children of d. Barfote, £40 likewise, to be held by their father Thos. To d. Barfote, leasehold of manor of Lamborne and Affbridge (Ess.). To Anthony Browne, esq., Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, £10 to make him a cup or what he likes. To his wife, a ring worth 40s. To d. wife of John Stonerd; a ring 40s. To ds. Maxey, Barfote and Dorothy, to Geo. Maxey, nephew Stacy and his wife, Roger Withies and Thos. Barfote, rings 20s. each. To eldest s. John leasehold of manors of Loughton Hall and Steplehall (Ess.) and of Tannholt (Np.), for performance of will. To s. Francis, leasehold of manor of Seward Stonebery; also of Huntmarshe, of premises late John Wrennes, and of Claverham Land, all in Waltham Holy Cross (Ess.). Also £100. To John Stokes, gent., of Thavyes Inne, 5 marks. To servant Edward Benlest, 40s. p.a. for life from Hewetts tenement in Chigwell, late bought from Anthony Browne. Has surrendered copyhold in Loughton for use of s. Rich.; s. John to hold same till he 21 and maintain him. Son Geo. to have nothing of his annuity from marshes in Barking till 21. To s. Rich., Banckes tenement and lands in occ. Reynould Olney in Lamborne, with entail. Residue of all real and personal estate to s. John; he executor. Nephew Francis Stacy, and Thos. Barfote and Geo. Maxey overseers, having 40s. each. Marginal note: this will was made the day before the death of Queen Mary.

John Tusser, son and heir of Clement Tusser, gentleman, late of Rivenhall (Ryvenhall), co. Essex to Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall (Bradwell), co. Essex esquire: Bargain and sale indented of lands (named with names of tenants) in Rivenhall, Cressing, Witham (Wytham), Stisted (Stysted), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, and Bocking: Essex Covering dates 29 June 8 Eliz. [1566] Held by The National Archives, Kew

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Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 Schools, Directories & Church Histories   Preview Name: Anthony Maxey College: CORPUS CHRISTI Entered: Easter, 1553 Died: 12 Sep 1592 More Information: Matric. pens. from CORPUS CHRISTI, Easter, 1553. Doubtless s. of John, of Saling, Essex. Of Saling, and afterwards of Bradwell, Essex, Esq. Died Sept. 12, 1592. Will ( P.C.C.). Father of Henry (1583) and William. (Vis. of Essex, 1634; Morant, II. 156.)

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Name:  Anthony Maxey James 1st Vital:  Windsor, Suffolk, England Vital:  Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Name:  M’Kie, Anthony James Findlasone Death:  2 Apr 1594 Vital:  Dundee, West Lothian, Scotland Vital:  West Lothian, & Midlothian; Gloucestershire: Edinburgh; Bristol- Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of Testaments, 1514-1600; Bristol Wills, 1572-1792   Matches below are less likely to be for your ancestor, but still might be helpful. We also included matches for common misspellings, abbreviations, and close dates & locations (depending on the search criteria you gave us) because information in old records is often different than you expect. To help the best matches come to the top of the list, please give us more information to search with. Learn more  UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Name:  M’Kie, Anthony James Findlasone Death:  2 Apr 1594 Vital:  Dundee, Gloucestershire, England Vital:  West Lothian, & Midlothian; Gloucestershire: Edinburgh; Bristol- Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of Testaments, 1514-1600; Bristol Wills, 1572-1792    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Preview Text: Maxey, Jo., Pinchbeck 1591 2, 203 Book: Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will) Collection: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600

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Image details  Description Name :  Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell, Essex, esquire Places :  Property in Bocking, Essex / Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Essex / Cressing, Essex / Rivenhall, Essex / Stisted, Essex / Witham, Essex Seal Design:  Design: scrolled shield of arms (a fess between three griffin’s heads erased) between the roman letters AM, Size: 18 x 15 mm, Shape: oval, Colour: red, Legend: none, Personal Material:  Wax Attachment:  On tag Seal Note:  No name on seal. Impression: fair. Condition: slight damage.

Date 1566 June 29 Catalogue reference DL 26/38

Dept Records of the Duchy of Lancaster Series Duchy of Lancaster: Deeds, Series LL Piece John Tusser, son and heir of Clement Tusser, gentleman, late of Rivenhall (Ryvenhall), co. Essex to Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall (Bradwell), co. Essex esquire: Bargain and sale indented of lands (named with names of tenants) in Rivenhall, Cressing, Witham (Wytham), Stisted (Stysted), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, and Bocking: Essex Image contains part

Image details  Description Name :  Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell, Essex, esquire Places :  Property in Bocking, Essex / Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Essex / Cressing, Essex / Rivenhall, Essex / Stisted, Essex / Witham, Essex Seal Design:  Design: scrolled shield of arms (a fess between three griffin’s heads erased) between the roman letters AM, Size: 18 x 15 mm, Shape: oval, Colour: red, Legend: none, Personal Material:  Wax Attachment:  On tag Seal Note:  No name on seal. Impression: fair. Condition: slight damage.

Date 1566 June 29 Catalogue reference DL 26/38

Dept Records of the Duchy of Lancaster Series Duchy of Lancaster: Deeds, Series LL Piece John Tusser, son and heir of Clement Tusser, gentleman, late of Rivenhall (Ryvenhall), co. Essex to Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall (Bradwell), co. Essex esquire: Bargain and sale indented of lands (named with names of tenants) in Rivenhall, Cressing, Witham (Wytham), Stisted (Stysted), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, and Bocking: Essex Image contains part

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Will of Joan Macey, Widow of Colyton, Devon    Will of Joan Macey, Widow of Colyton, Devon 15 April 1592

NAME:  Maxey, George, Esquire VITAL:  1598, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

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History

The manor of Saling dates to the early 12th century, but the house was built around 1570 by Maxey family. The house later passed to the Carter family of Shalford. It was Martin Shalford who built the walled garden in 1698 and remodelled the house in Dutch style.
Great Saling, Braintree, Essex, England, CM7 5DT

After 1377 his heirs were also seated at Blakesware — the
Blakesmore of Charles Lamb — “a fair seat in the parish of Ware”
(Herts). These manors continued in the hands of the Aungier family
till the close of the fifteenth century, at which time, owing to vicissi-
tudes and misfortunes incurred during the Wars of the Roses, in which
they took the side of Lancaster, they found themselves compelled to
dispose of their estates and to disperse themselves. According to
the Visitation of Essex in 1558 John Maxe of Sallinge is men-
tioned as having married some six generations above that year
” Emelyne daughter and heir to . . . Aunger … of Essex, whose
arms, Ermine a griffin saegrent per Jesse or and azy are quartered
on the fine monument to Anthony Maxey (1624) in Brad well
Church.

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1500’s

Probatum fuit Testamentum suprascriptum unacum Codicillo suprascripto apud London
coram magistro Willelmo Mowse Legum doctore Surrogato Venerabilis viri magistri
Willelmi Drury Legum Doctoris Curie Prerogatiue Cantuariensis magistri custodis siue
Commissarij &c nono die mensis Marcij Anno domini iuxta cursum et computacionem
ecclesie anglicane millesimo quingentesimo octogesimo sexto Iuramento Lawrencij
Swinborne notarij publici procuratoris Anthonij Maxey et Iohannis Glascocke executorum
in huiusmodi testamento nominatorum Quibus Commissa fuit administracio &c de bene et
fideliter administrando &c Ad sancta dei Evangelia Iuratorum
Anthony Maxey

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proof

(William Maxey) was born about 1592. He married (Elizabeth Broughton).

(Elizabeth Broughton) was born about 1596. She married (William Maxey).

They had the following children:

F i Mary Maxey
1545
MARRIAGE LICENCES AT THE FACULTY OFFICE Norwich.
Richard Maxey & Anne Stowahton, of Stoke, dioc. Winton.

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Will     of Joan Macey, Widow of Colyton, Devon
Will     of Joan Macey, Widow of Colyton, Devon 15     April 1592

1596-7, Feb. 18. Your letter dated the 16th inst. came unto our hands the 18th at 7 in the morning. There hath been taken out of the argosy 1,800 quarters of wheat, whereof 1,000 will not be fit to be transported, having taken so great a heat, which we sell unto the country towards the payment of the freight and present charges of the unlading, as we were commanded; the appraisement whereof, with our proceedings, we sent up unto their lordships by Edward Maxie, the customer, before the receipt of yours. The other that is landed is in the storehouses and is reasonable good, and by our judgment the rest to be taken out will prove the like. We cannot certify for truth how much resteth to be taken up, but by the Venetians’ report it may amount to 1,800 quarters more. The tides have made so low an ebb we cannot come unto the quay with our lighters. The Italian hath been troublesome and since our letter offered to protest against our proceedings.—Portsmouth, 18 February 1596.
Endorsed :—“Commissioners of Portsmouth.”
Signed. Seal. ½ p. (38. 43.)

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Will of Richard Macy of Doulting, Somerset 02 March 1584 PROB 11/66

Will of Thomas Moxey, Yeoman of Crediton, Devon 24 May 1585 PROB 11/68

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Will of Edmond Max or Maxe, Gentleman of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire 11 October 1550 PROB 11/33

Settlement on the marriage of Edward Hunt and Elizabeth Maxey of London, widow: messuages called Stewards and Washfords, Binsted

28 Sept 1583 Edward Maxie and Dame Margaret Harper

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SUMMARY: The document below is the fine in the Court of Common Pleas dated 5
May 1592 by which clear title to the rectory of Messing passed from Oxford and his
second wife, Elizabeth Trentham (d.1612), to George Maxey for 160 marks. For the
licence dated 1 February 1592 authorizing Oxford and Elizabeth Trentham to alienate the
rectory of Messing to George Maxey, see TNA C 66/1392, m. 25.

1593

All the residue of my goods moveable and unmovable whatsoever unbequeathed, my
debts being paid, my legacies fulfilled, my funeral charges deducted, and my body being
brought to the earth, I give wholly unto my well-beloved wife, whom I ordain sole
executrix of this my present testament, these being witnesses: C. Atkinson, Doctor of
Physic, Henry Maxey and Eustace Darcy, Henry Ewstace, John Bushe, his mark,
Thomas Darcy

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SUMMARY: The document below is the fine in the Court of Common Pleas dated 5
May 1592 by which clear title to the rectory of Messing passed from Oxford and his
second wife, Elizabeth Trentham (d.1612), to George Maxey for 160 marks. For the
licence dated 1 February 1592 authorizing Oxford and Elizabeth Trentham to alienate the
rectory of Messing to George Maxey, see TNA C 66/1392, m. 25.

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London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 about George Maxie
Name: George Maxie
Baptism Date: 2 Dec 1570
Parish: St Mary, Stoke Newington
County: Middlesex
Borough: Hackney
Parent(s): Maxie
Record Type: BaptismBritish Chancery Records, 1386-1558 about George Maxey
Name: George Maxey
Place: Essex
Date: 1551-1553
Volume: 9
Page: 332
Bundle: 1299

UK, Extracted Probate Records about Maxey, George, Esquire
Text: 1598 Maxey, George, esquire, Southokenden, Essex 54 Lewyn
Book: 1584 to 1604.
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604
Will [317 Brent] pr. July 5 by nephew ANTH. Waterhouse (of Tooting, Surrey)
POLLARD, Clement, of Deeping Gate, p. Maxey, Northants., May 1, 1653.

1678 GODWIN, MGT, SMITH, HEN, MAXEY, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

ne.
14 April 1582.—Certificate of Thomas Roberts, parson of Ramsdon Grays, that, at the request of his lawful ordinary, Mr. Doctor Walker, he has ” mynistered the Communion according to the Booke of Common ” Prayer, vnto the Ryght Worshippfull Sir Henry Tircll in the ” oratorio place at his Mansion Howse called Fremingnalles in the ” parishe of Downham, vpon Easter Even last past,” in the presence of seven undernamed “communicants with the said Sir Henry.”
19 April 1582.—The Examination of James Hapton, touching words spoken at Writtle on the 8th instant by John Gaye of Blackmore, as to his knowledge of an accomplice of ” Payne the Traytour.”—Also the examination (24 April 1582) of the said John Gaye, who admits having said at Writtle that “Payne the Traitor that was executed” was reported to have ” belonged to one Master Shelley.”
26 September 1583.—The Examynacion of Honor Flowerdew of Windham co. Norfolk before Thomas Darcye & Anthonye Maxey esqrs.:—1. Saythe that she was borne at Windham, & that she was the daughter & heirc of William Flowerdewe, late of the same towne, gentleman, who died seased of landes to the value of five hundred merke a yeare.—2. That she was of thagc of x yeares at her father’s discease, & hath ben with Sir Roger WooJhouse ever sithence as his warde.— 3. And also saythe, that the saide Sir Roger Woodhouse tendered to her manage to William Bruse son & heire to Sir John Bruse, to her greate mislikinge which was the cause of her departure.—t. Also saythe, that she was brought from the saide Sir Roger’s, by one Mr. Hall of
Thaxteade, & by him brought to the towne of Halsteade 5. At whichc
towne she mette with John Gillam & one Swetinge, & by them was brought to the house of Robert Bindes of Stystede, who gave to her instructions what she should saye & howe she should behave herselt’e, but what instruccions then were by them to her geven she sayth she will note tell what punishements soever she hath.—Signed Thoma.s D’arcy, Anthonye Maxeye.—Also, in the same roll, the presentment of Jurors that Thomas Meadowe, late of Chelmysford, Sirack AHynson, William Whynney and his wife Ursurla, John Holmes, John Cowper & Honor Flowerdew, are found to be common vagrants, having neither lands, money nor lawful calling.
26 Elizabeth (Midsummer Sessions Roll).—Presentment of divers
Eliz. his wife, Wm. Felde and Joan Goddarde for purchase of lands, 292. 10*. 8 July, Sir Thos. Wyat, full payment of 3,6692. 8s. 2(2. for his manors of Howe and Wyndhill, f. 77. Ac., Kent, 1,2592. 8s. 2d. 12 July, John Gylbarte, haberdasher of London, for land in St. Martyn’s parish beside Canterbury, 92. 4s. 2d. 13 July, Wm. Whorwoode, for drawing indentures, 33!. 6s. 8<2. 14 July, Ric. Pye, by John Warde, 15s. 8d. 15 July, Ric. Johnson, by Thos. Matleye, for a lease he had of lands lying by the Black Friars of Northampton, 42. 28 July, Walter Hendleye for diets during his survey of Romney Marshe and Guldeford Marshe, 42. 6s. 8(2. 22 July, Sir Thos. Pope, Sir Edw. North, Nio. Bacon, solicitor, and Walt. Hendley, attorney, for diets and travails during their abode in London hearing accounts, 402. 21 and 28 July, Geo. Maxeye, towards making certain “parokes and other necessaries” within Fayre Meade park,Essex,202 and 402. 21 July, Edw. Broke, of Chynkforde, Essex, for lands specified enclosed in Fayre Meade park, 262.13s. 11<2. 5 Aug., John Bellowe, by Thos. Burter, towards repair of sea banks adjoining the King’s ground called Wyncettz and Patherington, Yorks., parcel of the late house of Thornton Curteys,802. 12 Aug., Sir Arthur Darcy, full payment of 1,8142. 20(2. due for the manors of f. 78. Leades and Holbecke, Ac, 1,3142. 20(2. 23 July, Wm. Cowper, for expenses in surveying woods, between Christmas and St. Peter’s Day last at

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1571

2 Q/SR 38/31 Writ: Witnessed by Sir William Petre, knight,a t Braintree, to take William Pawne of High Ongar, gentleman, William MARSEY of Good Easter, gentleman, John Likeres of High Ongar, labourer, Henry Wyttam of the same, carpenter, William Rochester of Terling, yeoman, Christopher Degnett, husbandman, George Bunting, labourer, Katherine Dagnett and Joan Dagnett, spinsters, all of the same, John Lawsell the elder of Belchamp St.Paul’s, labourer, Thomas Lawsell, husbandman, Roger Lawsell, John Lawsell the younger, Richard Lawsell, John Smyth the elder, John Smyth the younger, John Potter, Robert Havers, William Davis, [Richard] Grene, labourers, all of the same, Thomas Myldmaye of Springfield, gentleman, William Sympson, tailor, William Robiaunte, Stephen Clerke, William Pake, and John Robinson, labourers, all of the same, John Bickner of Chelmsford, husbandman, John Sandeford of Springfield, gentleman, and Simon Dodrick of Moulsham in Chelmsford, butcher, and have them at the Sessions to be held at Chelmsford on Thur
1571
3 Q/SR 39/112 Writ: Witnessed by Sir Anthony Cooke, knight, at Chelmsford, to take William Pawne of High Ongar, gentleman, William MARSEY of Good Easter, gentleman, John Likeres of High Ongar, labourer, Henry Wittam of the same, carpenter, William Rochester of Terling, yeoman, Cristopher Dagnet, husbandman, George Buntyng, labourer, Katherine Dagnet, spinster, Joan Dagnet, spinster, all of the same, John Lawell the elder of Belchamp St.Paul’s, labourer, Thomas Lawell, husbandman, Roger Lawsell, John Lawsell the younger, Richard Lawsell, John Smyth the elder, John Smyth the younger, John Potter, Robert Havers, William Davyson, Richard Grene, labourers, all of the same, Thomas Myldmay of Springfield, gentleman, William Symson, tailor, William Robiant, Stephen Clerke, William Pake, John Robyson, labourers, all of the same, John Byckner of Chelmsford, husbandman, John Sandford of Springfield, gentleman, and Simon Dodrick of Moulsham in Chelmsford, butcher, and have them at the sessions to be held at Chelmsford on the Thursday
1572
Essex Record Office
Level: Category Records in public repositories
Level: Fonds CALENDAR OF ESSEX ASSIZE RECORDS
Level: Sub-Fonds Calendar of Essex Assize File (ASS 35/53/2) Assizes held at Chelmsford 1 July 1611

Level:
Item
Reference Code T/A 418/82/10
Scope and Content Indictment of Eliz.Wife of Richard Bynder of Takeley husbandman, 26 March 9 Jas.I,there stole ” Fyve paier of sheetes” Worth 20s.,”two dozzen of table napkyns”(sudariarem) Worth 5s., “seven other table napkyns” Worth 7s. and “a Kente,Math. MAYSEY .[ASS 35/53/2/10]

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Eliz Maxey Marriage 12 Nov 1579 St Dunstan in The East, London Thomas Packhurst
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Description Will of Edmond Max or Maxe, Gentleman of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire

Date 11 October 1550
Catalogue reference PROB 11/33
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Coode
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

Description Will of Joan Macey, Widow of Colyton, Devon
Date 15 April 1592
Catalogue reference PROB 11/79
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Harrington Quire Numbers: 1 – 47
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

Description Will of Thomas Moxey, Yeoman of Crediton, Devon
Date 24 May 1585
Catalogue reference PROB 11/68
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Brudenell
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

Emanuel Maxey. Hart Hall, matric. entry under date 1572; student of the Christ Church 1573; B.A. 28 Feb., 1575 -6, M.A.
22 May 1579, rector of Sampford Peverell, Devon, 1585. See Foste’s Index Eccl.

British Chancery Records, 1386-1558 about John Maxey
Name: John Maxey
Place: Essex
Date: 1538-1544
Volume: 8
Page: 19
Bundle: 948

British Chancery Records, 1386-1558 about George Maxey
Name: George Maxey
Place: Essex
Date: 1551-1553
Volume: 9
Page: 332
Bundle: 1299

Ann Maxey Baptism Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey Henry Maxey,
Rebecca Maxey
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John Maxey Christening St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London Thomas Maxey
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Joseph Maxey Baptism Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey Henry Maxey
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Rebecca Maxey Burial St George in The East, Middlesex
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Thomas Maxey Christening St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London Tho Maxey
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Eliz Maxey Marriage 12 Nov 1579 St Dunstan in The East, London Thomas Packhurst

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NAME:

Maxey, Anthoine, Esquire
VITAL:
1591, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, George, Esquire
VITAL:
1598, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

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NAME:
Maxey, Elizabeth
DEATH:
1529
VITAL:
Old Weston, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills, 1479-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Robert
DEATH:
1529
VITAL:
Old Weston, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills, 1479-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Elizabeth
DEATH:
1529
VITAL:
Old Weston, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills, 1479-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Robert
DEATH:
1529
VITAL:
Old Weston, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills, 1479-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Edm.
DEATH:
Apr 1532
VITAL:
Bloxholme, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxe, John, Sen., Gent.
DEATH:
1540
VITAL:
Gt. Saling, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxe, John, Sen., Gent.
DEATH:
1540
VITAL:
Gt. Saling, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxy, Margery
DEATH:
1550
VITAL:
Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxy, Margery
DEATH:
1550
VITAL:
Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Hy.
DEATH:
Jun 1554
VITAL:
Swineshead, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Ag.
DEATH:
1557
VITAL:
Swineshead, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Wm.
DEATH:
1558
VITAL:
Bratoft, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Tho.
DEATH:
1558
VITAL:
Billingboro’, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Richard, Buntingford
DEATH:
1560
VITAL:
Aspden, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills, 1479-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Richard, Buntingford
DEATH:
1560
VITAL:
Aspden, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills, 1479-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Jo.
DEATH:
1582
VITAL:
Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Rd.
DEATH:
1586
VITAL:
Witham, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Rob.
DEATH:
1590
VITAL:
Burgh, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Jo.
DEATH:
1591
VITAL:
Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, England
VITAL:
Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Anne
DEATH:
1598
VITAL:
Gt. Saling, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Anne
DEATH:
1598
VITAL:
Gt. Saling, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

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1514
Hen VIII Lord Burghley, lord of Maxey

1515 – 1518
Robert Dassell. v. William Macy.: Detention of accounts and of cloth promised to complainant, defendant’s
servant, in recompense of service. . Chancery pleadings addressed to Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York and
Cardinal as Lord Chancellor. Detailed

1520
John Maxey, the penultimate Abbot of Welbeck, was appointed in 1520. In 1525 he was consecrated Bishop
of Elphen, but allowed to remain abbot in commendam; he did homage to the king and took the oath on
Sunday 23 July, when he was graciously received by Henry.

1524
Maxsey, Depynggate, Fenton, and Depyng, in Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire – to hold to the use of the
said Sir William and to fulfil his last will and testament. Seal, a griffin passant Attached is a memorandum or
schedule made the 19th December, 1524,

1533 – 1538
Thomas Wren, executor of John Wren, gentleman. v. John Maxy.: Loan, the bond for which
was lost by complainant’s servant, and which defendant retains in payment for the cost of his
son’s schooling at Bury St. Edmunds, incurred by the said John Wren without

1535
The abbot of the Premonstratensian house of West Dereham, Norfolk, died on 26 October 1535, and when the
certificate reached Abbot Maxey at Welbeck he wrote on 2 November to Cromwell desiring to know his
pleasure in writing, although the king had granted him and the monastery of Welbeck the elections of all of
their religion within the realm. (fn. 66) He was evidently determined to do his best to deserve well of the
despot.

January 1536
Maxey again wrote to Cromwell, sending him £10, ‘as your fee for my religion,’ a ‘fee’ for which there could
be no shadow of pretence.

1536
Abbot Maxey, Bishop of Elphen, died in August 1536

1538-1544
John Maxey Essex British Chancery Records Vol 8 Pg 19 Bundle 948

1542-1543
Thomas son & heir of Jane Cropper, decd, who was eldest daughter of Thomas Langley of Lathom, yeoman,
(II) Elizabeth Maxcey, widow, 2nd. daughter of T.L., & (III) William Stopforth & Anne his wife, youngest
daughter of T.L. — division of lands of T.

1544 – 1551
Robert HAWKYNS of Crewkerne, yeoman, executor of Robert Macye of Chaffcombe, clerk, v. John MACY, late
abbot of Bruerne.: Loan which defendant pleads should be repaid by his successor.: SOMERSET, OXFORD. .
Detailed description at item level Robert HAWKYNS

1546
Mary Maxey Essex, Norfolk,England William Kemp 1535
Essex,,Norfolk,Engla­nd

1547 – 1548
Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series II, and other Inquisitions, Henry VII to Charles I C 142/84/59
Maxsey, John: Essex . Maxsey, John: Essex The National Archives, Kew

1547 – 1685
Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Certificates of Residence E 115/272/110
Maxsey, Henry: {Henry?} Lincs . Maxsey, Henry: {Henry?} Lincs Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Certificates of
Residence The National Archives, Kew

1547 – 1548
Court of Wards and Liveries: Inquisitions Post Mortem WARD 7/3/25
Maxsey, John: Essex . Maxsey, John: Essex The National Archives, Kew

1558
16 Nov. 1558; prob: 9 Feb. 1558/9; copy: c.1600 To ds. Maxey, Barfote and Dorothy, to Geo. Maxey, nephew
Stacy and his wife,

1558
Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Barons’ Depositions E 133/84/24
Macy v Sheires . Macy v Sheires Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Barons’ Depositions The National Archives,
Kew

1565- 1823
Petition of William Maxy to William Earl of Derby asking for his commendation re the above petition, with a
note added by ‘Will: {William?} Derby’ asking the Mayor and his brethren to grant the same.

1569
a mention of Anne Maxey Nottinghamshire, England Visitations

1569
the visitation of the county of nottigham a few names Henery Maxey ( Wm HHarl 1400) of Highham Ferrers in
Com. Northampton (Maxe in Harl. 1400 all through) Lawrence Maxey of Halotahn in Com. Nottingham John
Maxey of Elphin in Ireland Anne d & heire of Lawrence Maxey of Halothan Henry Maxey of Cortnoll in Com.
Northamton Edmond Maxey Ob. s.p. Robert Maxey of Medlow in Com. Huntinton

1569
Alica (Roch) Maxey, Edmond Maxey, Elizabeth Maxey, Ellen (Chambers) Maxey , Francis (Bawdwyn) Maxey,
Henery Maxey, John[ Bp. of Elphin], Laurence Maxey, Mary Maxey, Mary (Crawnte) Maxey, Robert Maxey,
William Maxey, Elphin Bishop

1572
Massacre of Protestants in France

1575
John Slatur married Elizabeth Maxse St Antholin(London) p.24

1578-1618 Easter
Anthony Maxey TRINITY Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
Buried at St Martin-in-the-Fields­, London, Will, P.C.C. (D.N.B.)

1582
John Maxy of Swinstead (Will, probate copy) 1ANC11/A/3
Property: small pieces of land in Swinstead (crops given) Beneficiaries: Joan his wife, sons James, William and
John, daughter Agnes, brothers Henry and Richard.

1584
Will of Richard Macy , of Doulting, Somerset

1587
Quarter house and garden Seyrett – Macy Recovery in manorial court of Great Totnes

1591
Indenture, assignment of lease (1) Edward Maxey of Cranbrook (E.) (2) Sir Thomas Cecill of Wymbledon (Sr.)
Reciting lease, 18 Dec. 1584, by Bartholomew Clarke esq. to (1) of the manor of Downe as above for 27½
years, now for £500 (1) to (2) manor as

1592-1618
William Maxey London, England
Marriage to Elizabeth Broughton London, England

1592
William Maxey London, England

1595 – 1597
Port: Southampton View of account of Thomas Heaton & Edward Maxey, collectors of Customs & Subsidies. .
Port: Southampton View of account of Thomas Heaton & Edward Maxey, collectors of Customs & Subsidies.
Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Particulars of

1595-96
William Maxey Mayor of the County of York East Riding
Seizure of Horses.

1595
Ordered, That the Twelve Horses seized in the County of Essex from Sir Wm. Maxey, Sir Tho. Wiseman, and
others, together with the Arms, be employed in the County, for the Service thereof, in Captain Riche’s Troop;
and that the said Captain do satisfy the Charges, in seizing and bringing up the said Horses, out of the said
Horses, by the Sale of such as … not fit for Service.

18 Mar 1596
United Kingdom, Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Fifth Report
Ed. Maxey to same Ancestry UK

3 Feb 1597
Etton and Maxey.

1597
From the govenors of Aldermen, William Maxey

1598
Will of George Maxey , of South Ockendon, Essex

1598 – 1599
State Papers Domestic: Supplementary SP 46/41/fo 11
Burghley to Fanshaw: as Edward Maxsey, customer, has put in bonds to answer for the collection of the
impost on wines at Southampton, William Evans customer inwards is not to deal therein; Whitehall; 2 Feb.
1598. . Burghley to Fanshaw: as Edward Maxsey,

Jhon Matchs Marriage 10 May 1545 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey Agnes Hoer
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Mary Max Burial 3 May 1543 St Michael Bassishaw, London

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Thelarde Maixie Baptism 17 Jul 1570 St Peter, Westcheap, London Ronarable Lorde
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Thomas Maixie Baptism 17 Jul 1570 St Peter, Westcheap, London Ronorable Lorde
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Robert Maxe Marriage 14 Aug 1599 St Mary At Hill, London Francis Bawdwin
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Eliz Maxey Marriage 12 Nov 1579 St Dunstan in The East, London Thomas Packhurst

Jane Maxie Burial 6 Apr 1543 St Michael Bassishaw, London
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George Maxie Baptism 2 Dec 1570 St Mary, Stoke Newington, Middlesex Maxie
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Humfrey Maxie Burial 21 Jul 1587 St Margaret, Uxbridge, Middlesex Fe
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Mr Edward Maxie Burial Feb 1590 St Gregory By St Paul, London
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Annes Maxie Marriage 21 Oct 1599 St Mary, Stoke Newington, Middlesex William Carrington

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George Maxye Marriage 28 Mar 1592 St Olave, Silver Street, London Martha Howe

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Thelarde Maixie Baptism 17 Jul 1570 St Peter, Westcheap, London Ronarable Lorde
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Thomas Maixie Baptism 17 Jul 1570 St Peter, Westcheap, London Ronorable Lorde

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Elizabeth Maox Marriage 19 Nov 1590 St Dunstan in The West, London Anthonye Center

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Jhon Matchs Marriage 10 May 1545 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey Agnes Hoer

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Mary Max Burial 3 May 1543 St Michael Bassishaw, London

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Robert Maxe Marriage 14 Aug 1599 St Mary At Hill, London Francis Bawdwin

Eliz Maxey Marriage 12 Nov 1579 St Dunstan in The East, London Thomas Packhurst

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De May Burial 7 Jan 1598 St Botolph, Aldgate, London Peter
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Peter De May Burial 30 Apr 1599 St Botolph, Aldgate, London
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De Maye Burial 7 Jan 1598 St Botolph, Aldgate, London Peter
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Charles John M??
[Charles John Mayhew] Christening 25 Nov 1806 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey John M??,
S?? M??
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Thomas MA?? Baptism St Peter, Westcheap, London Richard MA??
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Tomasin MA?? Burial Jul St Martin Vintry, London
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Roder MA?? Burial 20 Aug 1546 St Michael Bassishaw, London
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Younge MA Burial Feb 1558 St Stephen, Coleman Street, London
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Aoueta MA Marriage 11 Aug 1560 St Andrew, Middlesex Petrus Hawrane
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Michell MA?? Baptism 29 Sep 1564 St Mary At Lambeth, Surrey James MA??
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Nicholas MA Marriage 15 Sep 1574 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex Mary Bowes
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Ellin MA?? Marriage 16 Dec 1582 St Dunstan in The West, London Mycaell Wood
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Jaglia MA?? Burial 22 Nov 1588 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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Anthonie MA Marriage 14 Dec 1591 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex Mary Armstronge
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Peter MA Baptism 7 Nov 1591 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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Sibbell MA Baptism 15 May 1595 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex Henne
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Thelarde Maixie Baptism 17 Jul 1570 St Peter, Westcheap, London Ronarable Lorde
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Thomas Maixie Baptism 17 Jul 1570 St Peter, Westcheap, London Ronorable Lorde
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Elizabeth Maox Marriage 19 Nov 1590 St Dunstan in The West, London Anthonye Center
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Jhon Matchs Marriage 10 May 1545 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey Agnes Hoer
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Mary Max Burial 3 May 1543 St Michael Bassishaw, London
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John [Maxey], abbot of Welbeck and Thomas Jakeman v. Thomas Stanbrygge: answer Date of document between 1520 and 1536

1520 Jan 1 – 1536 Dec 31

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London,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Richard Mosse Elizabeth Smithe Anthony Smithe
Vital: 3 Feb 1588 – South Myms, Midx Dunstone, co. Derby,     London, England
British   Chancery Records, 1386-1558
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Anthony Moyes
Civil: 1547-1551 – Norfolk
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Title: mention of a son? possible brother to edward
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Title: Originally from Suffolk?
Attached To: William Maxey (born 1593)
Cambridge   University Alumni, 1261-1900
Schools, Directories & Church Histories
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Name: Anthony Maxey
College: CORPUS CHRISTI
Entered: Easter, 1553
Died: 12 Sep 1592
More Information: Matric.       pens. from CORPUS CHRISTI, Easter, 1553. Doubtless s. of John, of Saling,       Essex. Of Saling, and afterwards of Bradwell, Essex, Esq. Died Sept. 12,       1592. Will ( P.C.C.).       Father of Henry (1583) and William. (Vis. of Essex, 1634; Morant, II.       156.)

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Name: Anthony Maxey
Death: 12 Sep 1592
Other: Easter, 1553
Suffolk,     England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Anthony Maxey James 1st
Vital: Windsor, Suffolk, England
Vital: Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of     The Parish)
UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: M’Kie, Anthony James Findlasone
Death: 2 Apr 1594
Vital: Dundee, West Lothian, Scotland
Vital: West Lothian, & Midlothian; Gloucestershire:     Edinburgh; Bristol- Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of     Testaments, 1514-1600; Bristol Wills, 1572-1792

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Name: M’Kie, Anthony James Findlasone
Death: 2 Apr 1594
Vital: Dundee, Gloucestershire, England
Vital: West Lothian, & Midlothian; Gloucestershire:     Edinburgh; Bristol- Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of     Testaments, 1514-1600; Bristol Wills, 1572-1792
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Text: Maxey, Jo., Pinchbeck 1591 2, 203
Book: Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations       Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction       of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will)
Collection: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600

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Name: Maxey, Jo.
Death: 1591
Vital: Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, England
Vital: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
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Name: Maxey, Rob.
Death: 1590
Vital: Burgh, Lincolnshire, England
Vital: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
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Text: 1591 Maxey, Anthoine, esquire, Bradwelde neere       Coggeshall, Essex, greate Coggeshall, Salenge, Essex; Clare, Suffolk 90       Sainberbe
Book: 1584 to 1604.
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative       Court of Canterbury 1584-1604

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Name: Maxey, Anthoine, Esquire
Vital: 1591, General, England
Vital: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative     Court of Canterbury 1584-1604

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John   Tusser, son and heir of Clement Tusser, gentleman, late of Rivenhall   (Ryvenhall), co. Essex to Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall   (Bradwell), co. Essex esquire: Bargain and sale indented of lands (named with   names of tenants) in Rivenhall, Cressing, Witham (Wytham), Stisted (Stysted),   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, and Bocking: Essex
Covering   dates 29 June   8 Eliz. [1566]
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The National Archives,     Kew
Legal   status Not   Public Record(s)

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Name : Anthony     Maxey, of Bradwell, Essex, esquire
Places : Property     in Bocking, Essex / Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Essex / Cressing, Essex /     Rivenhall, Essex / Stisted, Essex / Witham, Essex
Seal     Design: Design:     scrolled shield of arms (a fess between three griffin’s heads erased)     between the roman letters AM, Size: 18 x 15 mm, Shape: oval, Colour: red,     Legend: none, Personal
Material: Wax
Attachment: On tag
Seal Note: No name on     seal. Impression: fair. Condition: slight damage.
Date 1566 June 29
Catalogue reference DL 26/38        
Dept Records of the Duchy of Lancaster
Series Duchy of Lancaster: Deeds, Series LL
Piece John Tusser, son and heir of Clement Tusser, gentleman, late of   Rivenhall (Ryvenhall), co. Essex to Anthony Maxey, of   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall (Bradwell), co. Essex esquire: Bargain and sale   indented of lands (named with names of tenants) in Rivenhall, Cressing,   Witham (Wytham), Stisted (Stysted), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, and Bocking:   Essex
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Name : Anthony     Maxey, of Bradwell, Essex, esquire
Places : Property     in Bocking, Essex / Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Essex / Cressing, Essex /     Rivenhall, Essex / Stisted, Essex / Witham, Essex
Seal     Design: Design:     scrolled shield of arms (a fess between three griffin’s heads erased)     between the roman letters AM, Size: 18 x 15 mm, Shape: oval, Colour: red,     Legend: none, Personal
Material: Wax
Attachment: On tag
Seal Note: No name on     seal. Impression: fair. Condition: slight damage.
Date 1566 June 29
Catalogue reference DL 26/38        
Dept Records of the Duchy of Lancaster
Series Duchy of Lancaster: Deeds, Series LL
Piece John Tusser, son and heir of Clement Tusser, gentleman, late of   Rivenhall (Ryvenhall), co. Essex to Anthony Maxey, of   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall (Bradwell), co. Essex esquire: Bargain and sale   indented of lands (named with names of tenants) in Rivenhall, Cressing,   Witham (Wytham), Stisted (Stysted), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, and Bocking:   Essex
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Bradwell.]—In the little Church of Bradwell, 2 miles W. from Great Coggeshall, is a sumptuous monument, of various coloured marble, to the memory of Sir Anthony Maxey, and his Lady, to whom this manor belonged, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Pillars, of the Corinthian order, support the cornice. The effigies of Sir Anthony, and his lady, kneeling, are beneath an arch on the left; and those of his son and daughter-in-law, in similar postures on the right. This is the place of interment of several others of this family.

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Calendar of Wills and     Administrations now preserved in the Probate Registry at Canterbury,     1396-1558 (Will)

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Arms—Gules, a sword in bend Arg. thehilt Or, with two impalements. 1. G. a sessebetween three talbots’ heads erased Argent.—Maxey. His first wife was Elizabeth, daughterof Sir William Maxey of Essex. 2. Or, twolions rampant G. between a pile of the firstcharged with three garbs of the second.—Chilcot. Sir Orlando Gee’s second wife was Ann,daughter of Robert Chilcot, Esq. of Isleworth.

From: ‘Isleworth’, The Environs of London: volume 3: County of Middlesex (1795), pp. 79-122. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45433&amp;strquery=Maxey  Date accessed: 22 October 2011.

Thequarter held by Godith and Herbert was probablysold by their son John with Park Hall in CastleBromwich (fn. 72)  to John Bridgeman, as Sir JohnBridgeman was dealing with it in 1719 (fn. 73)  and GeorgeAugustus Bridgeman in 1811. (fn. 74)  The remainingquarter was conveyed in 1658 to Oliver Raymondand John Berners by Sir William Poley and AnthonyMaxey and Susan his wife (fn. 75)  (daughter of SirWilliam). (fn. 76)  It appears to have been acquired by SirCharles Holte by 1706, (fn. 77)  and to have descended withAston (see above), being in the hands of a later SirCharles Holte in 1770. (fn. 78)  The Georgian house knownas Bordesley Hall, which stood in a park of 6 acressouth of the Coventry road near its junction withBordesley High Street, may have been the successorof a medieval manor-house. In the 18th century itwas owned by John Taylor, and was burnt downduring the Priestley riots. (fn. 79)

From: ‘Manors’, A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 7: The City of Birmingham (1964), pp. 58-72. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22962&amp;strquery=Maxey  Date accessed: 22 October 2011.

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me: Thomas Packhurst
Spouse: Eliz Maxey
Marriage: 12 Nov 1579 – St Dunstan in The East, London

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1504-1515

C 1/948/15-16

Francis BARLEY of Kimpton, gentleman, son and heir of Robert Barley, esquire, v. John MAXEY, gentleman.: Detention of deeds relating to the manor of Saling. Pedigree given.: ESSEX.

1538-1544

C 1/948/17-18

Francis BARLEY of Kimpton, gentleman, son and heir of Robert Barley, esquire, v. John MAXEY, gentleman.: Detention of deeds relating to half of the same.: ESSEX.

1538-1544

C 1/1049/52

Thomas PULVERTOFT, great-nephew and heir of Henry Horneby, v. John and Edmund HALL and John HADDON.: Messuages, land and rent in Baston, Deeping, Bourne, Calthorpe (i.e. Calcethorpe ?), Bulby, Greatford, Little Bytham, Maxey, Norborow, Thurleby and Langtoft.

1538-1544

C 1/1127/1

Edmund HALL v. Thomas PULVERTOFTE.: Messuages, cottages, land and rent in Boston, Deeping, Bourne, Calthorpe, Bulby, Gretford, Little Bytham, Maxey, Norborowe, Thurleby, and Langtofts.: LINCOLN.

1544-1551

C 1/1299/38

Thomas FORDE v. George MAXEY, gentleman.: Seizure of deeds relating to messuages and land in Stebbing and Little Saling, held by complainant and others for the churchwardens of Little Saling, in the presence of Edward North, knight, and Nicholas Bacon, attorney of the Court of Wards.

1551-1553

C 1/1395/68

Francis WORSELEY of Helpes[tone], grandson and heir of Myles Worseley, v. Nicholas FETHERSTONE.: Detention of deeds relating to a messuage and land at Deeping gate in Maxey.: NORTHAMPTON.

1553-1555

C 1/1480/68-69

Francis, son and heir of John WORSELEY, v. Thomas GRANTHAM, gentleman, executor of Margaret Brycknell.: Detention of deeds relating to the manor of Grendon and lands in Deeping Gate, Maxey, and Deeping St. James.: NORTHAMPTON, LINCOLN.

1556-1558

C 1/1519/58

Thomas Thomson, clerk, master of CHRIST’S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE and the fellows and scholars of the same, v. Richard [FOX], bishop of Winchester, William [SMITH], bishop of Lincoln, John [FISHER], bishop of Rochester, Hugh [OLDHAM], bishop of Exeter, William KNYVET, Charles SOMERSET and others, knights, Lord HERBERT and others, feoffees to uses.

1386-1558

C 2/Eliz/B6/52

Sir Henry Brooke Cobham v George Maxey esquire. Expulsion from premises etc. Manor or capital messuage of Hale, in the parish of Sutton, Kent, of which Thomas Mayow was seised, who mortgaged to George Mabey, but redeemed etc. Short title: Brooke v Maxey

Between 1558 and 1603

C 3/140/7

Short title: Parke v Maxey. Plaintiffs: William Parke. Defendants: Anthony Maxey. Subject: copyhold held of the manor of Pigottes in Great Saling, Essex. Document type: [pleadings].

1558-1579

C 3/196/29

Short title: Williamson v Maxey. Plaintiffs: Robert Williamson alias Robert Fowler. Defendants: Richard Maxey. Subject: copyhold held of the manor of Thorp. Document type: [pleadings].

1558-1579

C 3/209/71

Short title: Fletcher v Cocke. Plaintiffs: Robert Fletcher, Anne Fletcher his wife and others. Defendants: William Cocke and others. Subject: property in Maxey, Peterborough and Newark, Northamptonshire. Document type: [pleadings].

1579-1587

C 3/214/5

Short title: Maxey v Tyffyn. Plaintiffs: George Maxey. Defendants: William Tyffyn and others. Subject: site of the manor etc of Colne Wake, Essex. Document type: bill, answer, replication.

1579-1587

C 3/223/49

Short title: Cock v Fletcher. Plaintiffs: William Cock alias William Cockes. Defendants: Robert Fletcher, Anne Fletcher his wife. Subject: property in Maxey, Northamptonshire. Document type: [pleadings].

1587-1591

C 3/227/36

Short title: Maxey v Lethers. Plaintiffs: Edward Maxey. Defendants: William Lethers and others. Subject: the Red Lion Inn etc Watling Street, London. Document type: [pleadings].

1587-1591

C 3/241/77

Short title: Heron v Maxey. Plaintiffs: Edward Heron. Defendants: Dorothy Maxey widow and Henry Maxey. Subject: marriage contract, Essex. Document type: bill only.

1594

C 3/281/17

Short title: Maxey v Hunt. Plaintiffs: Martha Maxey widow. Defendants: Edmund Hunt and another. Subject: copyhold held of the manor of Huntspill de la Hayes, Somerset; rectory of Messing rectory, Essex; and property in London, Devon etc. Document type: two bills, answer.

1598

C 3/282/72

Short title: Maxey v Maxey. Plaintiffs: George Maxey. Defendants: Martha Maxey widow and another. Subject: property in Fleet Street, London; and Great Barfield and Messing, Essex . Document type: [pleadings].

1596-1616

C 3/325/106

Short title: Styles v Styles. Plaintiffs: Robert Styles, Benjamin Styles and Thomas Styles. Defendants: Thomas Styles. Subject: property in Bainton and Maxey, Northamptonshire. Document type: bill only.

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40s. each. To servants Wm. {William?} Noodes and John Herd, and to John Lewes, 20s. each. To all other servants, 13s. 4d. each. To godsons Geo. {George?} Maxye and Geo. {George?} Wethies, 20s. each. To all other godsons, 12d. To s. George, £300, £100 Date: 1558 – 1600

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Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Procee… C 1/801/35

Edward Grene of Little Sampford, esquire. v. John Maxye of Great Saling, gentleman, and others.: Crofts in Stebbing held of the prior and convent of Dunmow.: Essex. . Chancery pleadings addressed to Sir Thomas Audley as Lord Chancellor. Detailed descriptions Date: 1533 – 1538 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

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Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Country Depo… C 22/402/5

Marlowe v Maxye. . Marlowe v Maxye. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Country Depositions, Series II Six Clerk Division: Bridges Date: 1558 – 1714 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

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Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Country Depo… C 22/400/13

Marlowe v Maxye. . Marlowe v Maxye. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Country Depositions, Series II Six Clerk Division: Bridges Date: 1558 – 1714 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/998

and Wenefrid his wife conveyed, for £220, to Sir William Fytzwilliams, Knt., and Thomas Willowes, the manor of Helpston, with messuages, crofts, lands, etc. thereto belonging in Helpston, Etton, Woodcrofte, Maxye, Aylesworthe, Glynton, Northborough, Marham, Date: 1575 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/1487

DEED of SALE by John Taylour, of Spalding, to John Cleypole, of Northborough, gent., of a close of pasture, containing 10 acres in Northborough, within the lordship of Maxye, and 25 acres of land, meadow, etc. in the same lordship, together with the terms Date: 1579 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Letter of attorney 1) Sir Christopher More of Lose… LM/345/142/3

[Surrey History Centre, THE LOSELEY MANUSCRIPTS…] Date: 1546 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

Deed to lead the uses of a recovery 7/5

barns, stables, outhouses, edifices, buildings, yards, gardens, orchards, backsides, and one close of land adjoining, c.2 acres in the occupation of John Heathfield, brewer, and John Maxye, staymaker, abutting on Croydon High Street on the west. Messuage Date: 1640 – 1864 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Brereton v. Maxey.

Between 1558 and 1714

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Maxey v. Maxey

Between 1558 and 1714

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See more NAME:  John Maxye CIVIL:  1533-1538 – Essex    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

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NAME:  Maxye, Maxy, John VITAL:  1501, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxsey Maxye VITAL:  General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Clement VITAL:  1545, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Elnor VITAL:  1549, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills  Text: Maxye, Maxe, William, Sturry A. 19 131 1530-1 Book: Calendar of Wills and Administrations now preserved in the Probate Registry at Canterbury, 1396-1558 (Will) Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650

See more NAME:  Maxye, Maxe, William VITAL:  1530-1, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Maxsey, Clement VITAL:  1539, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Maxy, Joan VITAL:  1500-1, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

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View Image NAME:  George Maxye SPOUSE:  Martha Howe MARRIAGE:  28 Mar 1592 – St Olave Silver Street, London    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

NAME:  Maxey, George, Esquire VITAL:  1598, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

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NAME:  Maxye, Maxy, John VITAL:  1501, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxsey Maxye VITAL:  General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Clement VITAL:  1545, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Elnor VITAL:  1549, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills  Text: Maxye, Maxe, William, Sturry A. 19 131 1530-1 Book: Calendar of Wills and Administrations now preserved in the Probate Registry at Canterbury, 1396-1558 (Will) Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650

See more NAME:  Maxye, Maxe, William VITAL:  1530-1, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Maxsey, Clement VITAL:  1539, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Maxy, Joan VITAL:  1500-1, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxye, Maxsey, William VITAL:  1505, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

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View Image NAME:  George Maxye SPOUSE:  Martha Howe MARRIAGE:  28 Mar 1592 – St Olave Silver Street, London    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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View Image NAME:  Martha Howe SPOUSE:  George Maxye MARRIAGE:  28 Mar 1592 – St Olave Silver Street, London    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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London, England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

28 Sep 1665       Jonathan Maxye, undr Mr Nevets monimt

Burials London: St. Benet       & St. Peter, Paul’s Wharf – Register of Burials, 1607-1837 (Burial)

Jonathan     Maxye Mr Nevets

28 Sep 1665 – London,     England

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England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth   Index, 1837-1915
Birth, Marriage & Death,   including Parish

Henry       Maxye

Oct-Nov-Dec 1854 Bridgend Glamorganshire

Henry     Maxye

Birth: Oct 1854 – Bridgend,     Glamorganshire

British Chancery Records, 1386-1558
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

John       Maxye

Essex, 1533-1538 Volume 7, Page 53, Bundle 801

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

MaxyeMaxey, Peter

 1492, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
MaxyeMaxy, John
1501, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Maxye, Clement
1545, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Maxye, Elnor
1549, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
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Maxye, Maxe,       William, Sturry A. 19 131 1530-1
Calendar of Wills       and Administrations now preserved in the Probate Registry at Canterbury,       1396-1558 (Will)
England: Canterbury       – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury,       1396-1558 and 1640-1650
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Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
MaxyeMaxsey, Clement
1539, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
MaxyeMaxy, Joan
1500-1, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
MaxyeMaxsey, William
1505, General, England
England: Canterbury – Wills     and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and     1640-1650
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
MaxeyMaxye, John, Gent
1600
Bradwell-Iuxta-Coggeshall,     Hertfordshire, England
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
Birth, Marriage & Death,   including Parish
George     Maxye Spouse Martha Howe Marriage 28 Mar 1592 – St Olave     Silver Street, London
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and   Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death,   including Parish
Elizabeth Maxye Spouse Robert Mytchell 
Marriage 21 Feb 1625 – St Bride Fleet, Street, London
Leicestershire, England, Extracted   Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death,   including Parish
John     Maxye Sarah Marshall
28 Jan 1610 –     Leicestershire, England Leicestershire: – Register     of Marriages, 1539-1812
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Maxye, Maxey,       Peter, clericus, chaplain of Christ Church, Canterbury C. 3 320 1492
Calendar of Wills       and Administrations now preserved in the Probate Registry at Canterbury,       1396-1558 (Will)
England: Canterbury       – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury,       1396-1558 and 1640-1650
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
1657, General, England
Maxey, Thomas
England: Canterbury – Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Maxey, Edward
1653, General, England
England: Canterbury -Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Maxey, Robert
England: Canterbury -Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
John     Hayward William Maxey Robert Chamberlyn John Phillips
Suffolk, England
Suffolk: – Wills of The     Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1625-1626
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
MaxeyMaxie, Anne
Jan 1650-1 May 1649 1650,     General, England
England: Canterbury –     Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Maxey, Nathaniell
1653, General, England
Vital
England: Canterbury -Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Elizabeth Maxey
1650, General, England
England: Canterbury –     Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654

Early Records of Essex

• 1598 – Thomas French of Halstead, Sir Robert Gardener, George Sawell of Knight of Shimpling, Suffolk. “Jemynghams” (10 ac) between the lane to Parsonage bridge(W) and land of Thomas French, abutting on land of Francis Hunwick and rivers in Halstead, 1 Aug 1598, D/DHt/T 119/9. FFA Chart #EB. • 1607 – Will of William French of Peldon, yeoman, 1607. • 1607 – Court record of 27 Mar 1607 recognizances of Anthony Basey of Little Waltham, yeoman, and William Frenche of Felsted, husbandman, for John Lorde of the same, clother, to perform the order heretofore set down by Sir Ralph Wiseman and Sir Henry Maxey, knts, touching the keeping of the base man-child born of the body of Rose Gipps whereof he is the reputed father. Q/SR 179/40. • 1612 – William French, Thomas Pilgryme a yeoman, and William Baylyfe alias Smyth a tailor, were all of Halstead. French to keep the peace toward Richard Harrold, Court Record Q/SR 199/127 at the Essex Record Office, 5 Jun 1612. FFA Chart #EB. • 1614 – Agnes French, of Halstead, widow of Thomas French, lease on 28 Nov 1614, John Sotherton, Baron of the exchequer D4, Scite of manor of East Mersea for 25 pounds a year and a dozen mallard to be delivered at Stanstead Hall, D/DHt/T 182/8, FFA Chart #EB. • 1617 – Court record of 5 Jun 1617 recognizances of William Frenche, weever, Nathan Wade grocer, both of Halstead, and John Diglett of Colne Engaine miller, Frenche to answer. Q/SR 218/45. FFA Chart #EA. • 1620 – Thomas French of Halstead, feoffment (a grant of ownership of freehold property to someone used in the English Middle Ages), Sir Oliver Luke, Sir Henry Maxey, Robert Cooke, Esq., and Nicholas Spencer, Manor of Stanstead Hall, Halstead, 1 Nov 1620, D/DHt/T119/81 and D/DHt/T119/60. FFA Chart #EB.

Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 Schools, Directories & Church Histories   Preview Name: Anthony Maxey College: CORPUS CHRISTI Entered: Easter, 1553 Died: 12 Sep 1592 More Information: Matric. pens. from CORPUS CHRISTI, Easter, 1553. Doubtless s. of John, of Saling, Essex. Of Saling, and afterwards of Bradwell, Essex, Esq. Died Sept. 12, 1592. Will ( P.C.C.). Father of Henry (1583) and William. (Vis. of Essex, 1634; Morant, II. 156.)

See more Name:  Anthony Maxey Death:  12 Sep 1592 Other:  Easter, 1553     Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

Name:  Anthony Maxey James 1st Vital:  Windsor, Suffolk, England Vital:  Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Name:  M’Kie, Anthony James Findlasone Death:  2 Apr 1594 Vital:  Dundee, West Lothian, Scotland Vital:  West Lothian, & Midlothian; Gloucestershire: Edinburgh; Bristol- Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of Testaments, 1514-1600; Bristol Wills, 1572-1792   Matches below are less likely to be for your ancestor, but still might be helpful. We also included matches for common misspellings, abbreviations, and close dates & locations (depending on the search criteria you gave us) because information in old records is often different than you expect. To help the best matches come to the top of the list, please give us more information to search with. Learn more  UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Name:  M’Kie, Anthony James Findlasone Death:  2 Apr 1594 Vital:  Dundee, Gloucestershire, England Vital:  West Lothian, & Midlothian; Gloucestershire: Edinburgh; Bristol- Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of Testaments, 1514-1600; Bristol Wills, 1572-1792    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Preview Text: Maxey, Jo., Pinchbeck 1591 2, 203 Book: Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will) Collection: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600

See more Name:  Maxey, Jo. Death:  1591 Vital:  Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, England Vital:  Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Name:  Maxey, Rob. Death:  1590 Vital:  Burgh, Lincolnshire, England Vital:  Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Preview Text: 1591 Maxey, Anthoine, esquire, Bradwelde neere Coggeshall, Essex, greate Coggeshall, Salenge, Essex; Clare, Suffolk 90 Sainberbe Book: 1584 to 1604. Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604

See more Name:  Maxey, Anthoine, Esquire Vital:  1591, General, England Vital:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1584-1604    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Name:  Meek, Anthony Vital:  Newent, Gloucestershire, England Vital:  Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop of Gloucester, 1660-1800    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills   Preview Text: Maisey, Anthony, Cirencester 170 Book: Burialls 1604. (Burial) Collection: Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop of Gloucester, 1660-1800

See more Name:  Maisey, Anthony Vital:  Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England Vital:  Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop of Gloucester, 1660-1800    Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish   Name:  William Crane Anthony Moyse John Tyler Vital:  Suffolk, England Vital:  Suffolk: – Subsidy Returns, 1524    Worcestershire, England, Extracted Parish Records Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish   Name:  Mace, Anthony Vital:  Aston Cantloe, Worcestershire, England Vital:  Worcestershire: – Wills and Administrations in The Court of The Bishop of Worcester, 1601-1652; Marriage Licenses and Sequestrations    1851 England Census Census & Electoral Rolls

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Maxey, Grevill

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MaxeyMaxie, Anne

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1651, General, England

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Maxie Maxey

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General, England

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Maxey, George, Esquire

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1598, General, England

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