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Maxey, William
Approx. lifespan: 1533–1733
Adm. pens. at Emmanuel College, 1633/4:01:16 .
S. of William, draper, of East Bergholt, Suffolk. Matric. 1634 ; B.A. 1637/8 ; M.A. from St John’s, 1641 .
Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1642:09:25, age 26, as C. of Roydon; priest, 1644:04:17 .
R. of Shotley, Suffolk, 1644 .
(Vis. of Suffolk, 1664 .)

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Maxey, Grevile
Approx. lifespan: 1523–1723
Adm. pens. at Emmanuel College, 1623/4:01:13 .
S. and h. of Sir William (1583), of Bradwell, Essex, Knt. Matric. 1623-4 .
Adm. at Lincoln’s Inn, 1626:08:03 .
Succeeded his father at Bradwell. Died 1648:02:15 .
Brother of Henry ( 1623-4 ). (Vis. of Essex, 1634 ; Morant, II. 1624 .)

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HUNDRED OF HINCKFORD. 49

but, three years afterwards, it was removed from the patronage of the earl, and CHAP. v.

granted to John Maxey, esq. of Saling Hall.

In the reigfn of Edward the first, Amicia Baynard gave two acres of land in Little Al^^^” of . . …. theVirgin.

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been reputed a manor, and, in the time of Richard the first, was holden of the manor
of Felsted, belonging to the Holy Trinity at Caen, by a family surnamed De Salynges;
of this family, Roger de Salynge was living in the reign of Henry the second, who,
by his wife Alice, daughter of Walter de Reynes, had Walter, father of Alan, who
married Hawise, daughter of Geofrey Botiler, and had by her Robert de Salynge, an
eminent clergyman, who disposed of the estate to Roger at Parke, son of William de
Parco, of St. Osyth, in 1293; and it remained in possession of that family till, in the
time of king Henry the eighth, it was mortgaged to Anthony Maxey, esq. who con-
veyed it to John Ellis, of Rayne; upon whose decease, in 1651, it became the property
of James Porter, succeeded by his son Nathaniel; and, from the arms of Vere in the
hall window, it is supposed to have belonged to that noble family. In 1769, it became
the property of John Yeldham, esq. The mansion, built in 1754, is on the side of
the green fronting the hall.

An estate called Bleak End Farm, belongs to the right lion, the earl of Essex.

Church. The church is a small ancient building, in very good repair, dedicated to St. James.

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HUNDRED OF HINCKFORD. 47

was sold, in 1665, to Martin Carter, esq. son of Martin Carter, of Redfans, in Shal- CHAP. v.
ford, of a family originally from Lincolnshire: he was of Queen’s College, Cambridge,
and of Gray’s-inn; and marrying Elizabeth, only daughter of Anthony Wolmer, esq.
of Lincolnshire, by Elizabeth, daughter of John Symonds, esq. of Great Yeldham, had
by her Martin; John, attorney-at-law, of Braintree; Thomas, captain or master of a
merchant ship; William, a bookseller in London; Elizabeth, wife of Anthony Maxey, esq.; Mary, married to Knows worth, of London; Anne, and Jemima. Martin Carter, esq. who succeeded his father of the same name, was of Christ’s College, in

Cambridge, and of Lincoln’s-inn, a gentleman of distinguished learning and pro-
fessional eminence.

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possible names for edward this one would suggest father walter and mother agnus

Edward Maile Birth Date: 24 Mar 1654

Christening Place: Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, England

Father’s Name: Walter Maile Mother’s Name: Agnes

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Leicestershire, England, Extracted Parish Records about Marye Wm. Masse

Marye, dau. of Wm. Masse 13 Nov 1614

Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will)

Leicestershire: Leicester – Register of St. Mary, 1600-1738

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Leicestershire, England, Extracted Parish Records about Maxey, John Marshall, Sarah

Maxey, John, Somerbee. 1610. Book 1, fo. 72. Marshall, Sarah, w., Bottesford.

Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will)

Leicestershire: – Marriage Licences, 1570-1729

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Thomas Max

1695

William Hapton

Samuell Max

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William Max

1673

Bartholomer Cookey

Rectors of St. Michael’s, Cornhill

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William Maxey

1698

James Brookson

John Maxey

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John Maxey

1683

Thomas Ellis

John Maxey

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John Maxey

1679

Henry Warner

Nathaniel Maxey

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John, son of Ralph Maxee was baptised at St. James’s, Clerkenwell, London in 1658

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Thomas Max

1695

William Hapton

Samuell Max

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William Max

1673

Bartholomer Cookey

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Thomas Max

1695

William Hapton

Samuell Max

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William Max

1673

Bartholomer Cookey

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John, son of Ralph Maxee was baptised at St. James’s, Clerkenwell, London in 1658.

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William Maxey

1698

James Brookson

John Maxey

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John Maxey

1683

Thomas Ellis

John Maxey

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John Maxey

1679

Henry Warner

Nathaniel Maxey

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Henry Mayicke

Burial

7 Apr 1657

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Thomas

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Ann Mayk

Burial

1 Sep 1654

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

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Mawke

Burial

13 Sep 1649

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

William

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Margaret Mawke

Marriage

22 Sep 1687

All Hallows London Wall, London

John Rose

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Jeames Maych

Burial

6 Nov 1630

St Martin Vintry, London

John

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Jane Maych

Baptism

13 Jan 1697

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

John, Jane

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Sarah Maych

Burial

Feb 1697

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

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Roger Mayche

Marriage

26 Jan 1607

Holy Trinity Minories, London

Bettrice Stevens

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John Mayck

Burial

Feb 1696

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

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John Maycke

Christening

24 May 1642

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

William Maycke, Mary Maycke

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Peter Mayhook

Marriage

24 Jun 1697

Holy Trinity Minories, London

Mary Thacher

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John Makye

Christening

29 Nov 1618

St Alphage London Wall, London

Roger Makye, Sara Makye

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Match

Baptism

Nov 1603

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

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Tho Mako

Burial

27 Dec 1648

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Lum

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Dorothy Mako

Burial

31 Aug 1673

St Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex

Jacob

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Georg Makeyeas

Burial

1 Jul 1684

St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London

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Daniel Makey

Baptism

16 Oct 1678

Collegiate Church of St Katherine By The Tower, London

Daniel

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Benjamin Makey

Burial

23 Nov 1679

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

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Elizabeth Makey

Christening

20 Dec 1694

St Botolph, Aldersgate, London

Jane Makey

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Bartholomew Makey

Baptism

27 Sep 1697

St John of Wapping, Middlesex

Bartholomew Makey, Jane Makey

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Samuill Makey

Christening

25 Aug 1698

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

John, Mary

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Joseph Makew

Burial

23 Oct 1633

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

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Edward Makew possible edward maxey who was servant in london and migrated to america…………have not found any sons or daughters who passed name (further research required)

Baptism

2 Sep 1677

St Sepulchre, Holborn, London

Thomas Makew, Ann Makew

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Edward Makew

Marriage

9 May 1695

All Hallows London Wall, London

Mary Owen

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John Makes

Marriage

7 Apr 1667

St James, Duke´S Place, London

Amy Poole

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Eliz Makes

Marriage

29 Oct 1689

St James, Duke´S Place, London

Thomas Croxton (possible immigrated to america)
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Lydya Make

Christening

9 Sep 1604

St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London

David

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John Make

Marriage

12 Nov 1613

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Ann Taylor

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Edmond Make

Burial

Feb 1614

St Michael, Wood Street, London

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John Make

Christening

14 Jun 1618

St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London

Stephen, Elizab

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Stephen Make

Marriage

13 May 1623

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

Sara Couchman

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Martha Make

Marriage

24 Aug 1639

St Laurence, Cowley, Middlesex

Flos Harris

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John Make

Burial

26 Dec 1640

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Stephen, Alice

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Elve Make

Marriage

30 Oct 1650

All Hallows London Wall, London

Corsta Sanders

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Sarah Make

Burial

12 Sep 1652

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

William, Joane

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Mary Make

Burial

26 Jul 1654

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

Larrance Make

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Suzana Make??

Burial

Oct 1659

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

Will

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Anne Make

Christening

2 Sep 1666

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Thomas Make, Alice Make

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Elizabeth Make

Christening

2 Sep 1666

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Thomas Make, Alice Make

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Mary Make

Marriage

7 Nov 1667

St James, Duke´S Place, London

Tho Evans

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Mary Make

Burial

6 Jan 1672

St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex

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Joseph Make

Burial

12 Jan 1674

St Sepulchre, Holborn, London

Thomas

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An Make

Christening

12 Sep 1677

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

Nathanill Make, Alice Make

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Frances Make

Christening

11 Jun 1677

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

Samuel Make, Florence Make

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Mary Make

Christening

24 Jan 1683

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

Nicholas

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Johanna Make

Christening

9 Nov 1686

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Edward Make, Mary Make

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Ralph Make

Burial

12 Oct 1688

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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James Make

Burial

14 Dec 1692

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

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Reliquiae Wottonianae, Or A Collection of Lives, Letters, Poems; With Characters of Sundry Personages: And Other Pieces of Language and Arts.

WOTTON, SIR HENRY.

Price: 750.00 USD


 London: Printed by Thomas Maxey, for R. Marriot, 1651., 12mo, contemporary tree calf rebacked, red morocco label, gilt rules, decorations and lettering. Frontis portriat and three other portraits. First edition.. Trimmed at the top edges somewhat; bound a little tightly; overall a very good copy..

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Robt Mak

Marriage

6 May 1648

St Alfege, London

Elizabeth Joly

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Frances Mak

Marriage

24 Nov 1692

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

John Styles

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Samuel Mak??

Christening

19 Feb 1695

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Thomas Mak??, Hester Mak??

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Eliz Mak

Marriage

2 Oct 1698

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

Mark Butlin

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William Maiecke

Christening

19 Aug 1646

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

William Maiecke, Mary Maiecke

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Robert Maakes

Baptism

4 Jul 1629

St Leonard, Heston, Middlesex

William Maakes, Mary Maakes

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Richard Maakes

Marriage

8 Dec 1681

St James, Duke´S Place, London

Margrt Dunstavill

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Evinnye De Make

Burial

9 Aug 1603

St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London

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John Maxey

Burial

1 Dec 1613

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

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John Maxey

Marriage

3 Jun 1627

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

Elizabeth West

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Ralph Maxey

Christening

17 Aug 1628

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paule

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Bryan Maxey

Burial

19 Mar 1629

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

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John Maxey

Burial

21 Apr 1629

St Thomas, Surrey

John

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Johnye Maxey

Baptism

12 Apr 1629

St Thomas, Surrey

John Maxey

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Eliz Maxey

Marriage

21 Dec 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

George Bingley

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Joseph Maxey

Baptism

7 Nov 1630

St Thomas, Surrey

William Maxey

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Paull Maxey

Christening

4 Jul 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paull

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Paull Maxey

Burial

8 Jul 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paull

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Joseph Maxey

Marriage

22 Jan 1631

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Dionis Meade

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

26 Sep 1631

St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

26 Sep 1631

St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London

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Eliz Maxey

Christening

4 May 1632

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Baull

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John Maxey

Christening

15 Feb 1634

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

John Maxey

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An Maxey

Burial

26 Sep 1635

St Katherine Coleman, London

Richard

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Henry Maxey

Burial

23 Aug 1635

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

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Susanna Maxey

Christening

31 Jan 1635

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paule

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Wm Maxey

Burial

26 Jun 1636

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Nathaniell

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Paule Maxey

Burial

28 Jul 1637

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

20 Dec 1637

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Beecher

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Elizabeth Maxey

Burial

25 Dec 1640

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

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John Maxey

Marriage

22 Nov 1641

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

Agnes Joanes

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Susan Maxey

Burial

15 Aug 1641

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paull

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Ann Maxey

Burial

3 Oct 1642

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas, Ann

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Anne Maxey

Baptism

20 Nov 1642

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas Maxey, Anne Maxey

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Ann Maxey

Burial

14 Oct 1643

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas, Ann

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Elizabeth Maxey

Christening

30 Nov 1645

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Hugh Maxey

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Hugh Maxey

Burial

15 Jun 1646

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

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Sar Maxey

Burial

Mar 1647-1648

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

James

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Luke Maxey

Burial

14 Nov 1650

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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Nathaniel Maxey

Baptism

29 Oct 1650

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Nathaniel Maxey, Jane Maxey

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John Maxey

Burial

27 Oct 1653

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

Thomas

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Jone Maxey

Burial

13 May 1654

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Nathaniell Maxey

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

7 Jan 1656

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

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John Maxey

Burial

20 Sep 1661

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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John Maxey

Burial

8 Dec 1662

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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James Maxey

Burial

26 Jun 1668

St George The Martyr, Surrey

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James Maxey

Marriage

Feb 1669-1670

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Ann Roberts

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Maxey

Christening

30 Dec 1670

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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Mr Anthony Maxey

Burial

5 Jan 1670-1671

St George The Martyr, Surrey

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Beniamin Maxey

Christening

14 Aug 1670

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Nathaniell Maxey, Lucie Maxey

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Elizabeth Maxey

Marriage

12 Dec 1670

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

William Toces

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George Maxey

Burial

20 Oct 1670

St Mary, Newington, Surrey

Robert

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Mary Maxey

Marriage

11 Dec 1671

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Edward Hall

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Prince Maxey

Burial

25 Jul 1672

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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James Maxey

Christening

3 Aug 1673

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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James Maxey

Burial

27 Oct 1673

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James

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Richard Maxey

Burial

2 Nov 1673

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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James Maxey

Christening

28 Sep 1674

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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James Maxey

Burial

24 Nov 1674

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James

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Jane Maxey

Christening

29 Nov 1674

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey

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Daniell Maxey

Christening

28 Nov 1675

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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Charles Maxey

Christening

3 Oct 1676

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Sarah Maky

Burial

5 Aug 1688

Collegiate Church of St Katherine By The Tower, London

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Susan Maxes

Marriage

Feb 1637

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas Grout

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Sara Maxewes

Christening

24 Nov 1644

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Sybes Maxewes, Frannces Maxewes

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Mary Maxee

Burial

21 Jul 1648

St Thomas, Surrey

James

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John Maxee

Baptism

11 Jul 1658

St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex

Ralph Maxee, Ann Maxee

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John Maxee

Burial

13 Jul 1658

St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex

Ralph

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Nathanael Maxee

Marriage

8 Oct 1685

Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey

Mrs Mary Crisp

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Mary Maxee

Baptism

21 Jul 1686

Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey

Nathanael Maxee, Mary Maxee

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Ann Maxe

Marriage

Feb 1604

St Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London

Robert Dakers

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Susane Maxe

Marriage

8 Oct 1612

St Mary, Hanwell, Middlesex

William King

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Andrew Maxe

Bann

Feb 1664

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

Elizabeth Antony

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Andrew Max

Christening

9 Dec 1604

St George The Martyr, Surrey

John Max

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Mathew Max

Christening

23 Sep 1610

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

Arnold

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Elizabeth Max

Marriage

17 Jul 1621

Collegiate Church of St Katherine By The Tower, London

Richard Eate

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Alice Max

Burial

24 Oct 1630

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Henry

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Jane Max

Marriage

19 Jul 1633

St Martin, Ludgate, London

Roger Howell

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Eliz Max

Christening

3 Sep 1648

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

H??Er Max

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Robert Max

Baptism

10 Jul 1651

St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London

John Max, Mary Max

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Sara Max

Burial

Jan 1651

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

George

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Robert Mason Max

Baptism

28 Nov 1655

St Olave, Silver Street, London

Thomas Max, Sarah Max

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John Max

Burial

Dec 1656

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

George

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Ruth Max

Burial

9 Sep 1658

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

George

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Martha Max

Burial

13 May 1660

St Mary, Staines, Surrey

Edmund, Prudence

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Elizeb Max

Burial

25 Jul 1665

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

Thomas Max

Burial

16 Nov 1665

St Sepulchre, Holborn, London

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Sarah Max

Marriage

8 Jun 1674

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

Andrew White

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Susanna Maks

Christening

28 Apr 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Daniell

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Shonono Maks

Marriage

30 Jun 1631

St Lawrence, Little Stanmore, Middlesex

Richard Houor

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Framces Maks

Burial

Feb 1646

St Andrew, Middlesex

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Ann Mahax

Marriage

25 Oct 1698

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

John Morris

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Mary Maickss

Burial

1 May 1691

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

Robt

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Thomas Maiox

Christening

25 Jan 1623

St Botolph, Aldgate, London

John

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Dorras Maiox

Baptism

14 Apr 1641

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

William Maiox, Mary Maiox

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Elen Berry

Marriage

13 Jan 1638

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Hugh Maxy

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Hugh Maxy

Marriage

13 Jan 1638

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Elen Berry

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James Maxy

Christening

3 Aug 1651

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxy

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Susan Maxy

Baptism

13 Apr 1654

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxy, Jane Maxy

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Susan Maxy

Baptism

13 Apr 1654

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxy, Jane Maxy

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John Maxy

Christening

23 May 1684

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

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Rebecca Maxey

Baptism

2 Apr 1699

St Mary Staining, London

Jno Maxey, Eliz Maxey

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John Maxey

Burial

1 Dec 1613

St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex

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John Maxey

Marriage

3 Jun 1627

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

Elizabeth West

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Ralph Maxey

Christening

17 Aug 1628

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paule

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Bryan Maxey

Burial

19 Mar 1629

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

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John Maxey

Burial

21 Apr 1629

St Thomas, Surrey

John

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Johnye Maxey

Baptism

12 Apr 1629

St Thomas, Surrey

John Maxey

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Eliz Maxey

Marriage

21 Dec 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

George Bingley

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Joseph Maxey

Baptism

7 Nov 1630

St Thomas, Surrey

William Maxey

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Paull Maxey

Christening

4 Jul 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paull

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Paull Maxey

Burial

8 Jul 1630

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paull

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Joseph Maxey

Marriage

22 Jan 1631

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Dionis Meade

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

26 Sep 1631

St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

26 Sep 1631

St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London

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Eliz Maxey

Christening

4 May 1632

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Baull

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John Maxey

Christening

15 Feb 1634

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

John Maxey

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An Maxey

Burial

26 Sep 1635

St Katherine Coleman, London

Richard

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Henry Maxey

Burial

23 Aug 1635

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

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Susanna Maxey

Christening

31 Jan 1635

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paule

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Wm Maxey

Burial

26 Jun 1636

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Nathaniell

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Paule Maxey

Burial

28 Jul 1637

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

20 Dec 1637

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Beecher

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Elizabeth Maxey

Burial

25 Dec 1640

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

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John Maxey

Marriage

22 Nov 1641

St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey

Agnes Joanes

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Susan Maxey

Burial

15 Aug 1641

St Giles, Cripplegate, London

Paull

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Ann Maxey

Burial

3 Oct 1642

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas, Ann

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Anne Maxey

Baptism

20 Nov 1642

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas Maxey, Anne Maxey

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Ann Maxey

Burial

14 Oct 1643

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Thomas, Ann

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Elizabeth Maxey

Christening

30 Nov 1645

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

Hugh Maxey

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Hugh Maxey

Burial

15 Jun 1646

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

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Sar Maxey

Burial

Mar 1647-1648

St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey

James

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Luke Maxey

Burial

14 Nov 1650

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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Nathaniel Maxey

Baptism

29 Oct 1650

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Nathaniel Maxey, Jane Maxey

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John Maxey

Burial

27 Oct 1653

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

Thomas

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Jone Maxey

Burial

13 May 1654

All Hallows Honey Lane, London

Nathaniell Maxey

Thomas Maxey

Burial

7 Jan 1656

St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London

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John Maxey

Burial

20 Sep 1661

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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John Maxey

Burial

8 Dec 1662

St Andrew, Holborn, London

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James Maxey

Burial

26 Jun 1668

St George The Martyr, Surrey

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James Maxey

Marriage

Feb 1669-1670

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Ann Roberts

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Maxey

Christening

30 Dec 1670

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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Mr Anthony Maxey

Burial

5 Jan 1670-1671

St George The Martyr, Surrey

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Beniamin Maxey

Christening

14 Aug 1670

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

Nathaniell Maxey, Lucie Maxey

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Elizabeth Maxey

Marriage

12 Dec 1670

St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex

William Toces

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George Maxey

Burial

20 Oct 1670

St Mary, Newington, Surrey

Robert

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Mary Maxey

Marriage

11 Dec 1671

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Edward Hall

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Prince Maxey

Burial

25 Jul 1672

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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James Maxey

Christening

3 Aug 1673

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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James Maxey

Burial

27 Oct 1673

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James

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Richard Maxey

Burial

2 Nov 1673

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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James Maxey

Christening

28 Sep 1674

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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James Maxey

Burial

24 Nov 1674

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James

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Jane Maxey

Christening

29 Nov 1674

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey

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Daniell Maxey

Christening

28 Nov 1675

St George The Martyr, Surrey

James Maxey

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Charles Maxey

Christening

3 Oct 1676

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Burial

8 Aug 1677

St Mary At Lambeth, Surrey

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Susanna Maxey

Burial

1 Apr 1677

St Mary Aldermary, London

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Andrew Maxey

Marriage

22 May 1678

Holy Trinity Minories, London

Dorothy Reynolds

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Joseph Maxey

Christening

18 Mar 1678

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Sarah Maxey

Christening

6 Oct 1679

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Benjamin Maxey

Christening

17 Oct 1680

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Benjamin Maxey

Burial

18 Oct 1680

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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Nathaniell Maxey

Marriage

24 Jun 1680

All Hallows London Wall, London

Sarah Atkins

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Sarah Maxey

Burial

27 Aug 1680

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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Benjamin Maxey

Christening

18 Sep 1681

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Daniell Maxey

Burial

18 May 1681

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

James

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James Maxey

Burial

16 Sep 1681

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

James

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Maxey

Burial

27 Oct 1682

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

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Mildred Maxey

Burial

26 Jan 1683

St George The Martyr, Surrey

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Elizabeth Maxey

Christening

21 Jun 1685

St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey

James Maxey, Ann Maxey

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Thomas Maxey

Christening

25 Jan 1685

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles Maxey, Jane Maxey

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Thomas Maxey

Burial

27 Jan 1685

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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George Maxey

Marriage

1 Sep 1686

St George The Martyr, Surrey

Ellinor Bartlett

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Joseph Maxey

Burial

22 Jun 1686

St Stephen, Coleman Street, London

Charles

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Martha Maxey

Marriage

Feb 1687

St Michael, Cornhill, London

John Bookett

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Sarah Maxey

Marriage

8 Dec 1687

All Hallows London Wall, London

Peter Davy

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Mary Maxey

Baptism

17 May 1688

Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey

Nathaniel Maxey, Mary Maxey

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Martha Maxey

Burial

30 Mar 1689

St Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex

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Jane Maxey

Marriage

Feb 1694

All Hallows London Wall, London

Samuel Perrey

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John Maxey

Marriage

20 May 1696

St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London

Rebecca Gutterige

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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Rob Max

Rob Max 1656 Virginia Source Publication Code: 6220

Primary Immigrant: Max, Rob

Annotation: Record of 20,000 very early immigrants, with much relevant information. Taken from Patent Books 1 through 5. Title page states, “In 5 volumes,” but up to 1979 only three had appeared. See nos. 6221 and 6223 for second and third volumes, published in 1977

Source Bibliography: NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666. Vol. 1. Richmond [VA]: Dietz Printing Co., 1934. 767p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1983.

Page: 327

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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Robt Max

Robt Max

1682
Virginia
6221
Primary Immigrant: Max, Robt
Annotation: Date and place where land was patented and record was created listing those transported/imported. Only the names of those to be transported were indexed. Abstracted from Patent books 6 through 8, from the Land Office records located at the Virginia State
Source Bibliography: NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 2: 1666-1695. Indexed by Claudia B. Grundman. Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library, 1977. 609p.
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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Tho Max

Name: Tho Max Year: 1682 Virginia

Primary Immigrant: Date and place where land was patented and record was created listing those transported/imported. Only the names of those to be transported were indexed. Abstracted from Patent books 6 through 8, from the Land Office records located at the Virginia State

Source Bibliography: NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 2: 1666-1695. Indexed by Claudia B. Grundman. Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library, 1977. 609p. Page: 247

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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Robert Max

Robert Max 1635 Age: 21 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1614 Place: Virginia

Primary Immigrant: Max, Robert

Source Bibliography: COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Complete Book of Emigrants: A Comprehensive Listing Compiled from English Public Records of Those Who Took Ship to the Americas for Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons; of Those Who Were Deported for Vagrancy, Roguery, or Non-Conformity; and of Those Who Were Sold to Labour in the New Colonies. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. 1607-1660. 1988. 600p.

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Robert Max

Robert Max 1635 21 abt 1614 Virginia

Primary Immigrant Max, Robert

Annotation: From originals of the Master of Rolls, London. Articles in various numbers of the register. The late appearance of the final list was because it had been lost. Also in no. 9151, Tepper, Passengers to America, pp. 80-127.

Source Bibliography: SOMERBY, HORATIO G. “Passengers for Virginia, 1635.” In The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 2:1 (Jan. 1848), pp. 111-113; vol. 2:2 (Apr. 1848), pp. 211-212; vol. 2:3 (July 1848), p. 268; vol. 2:4 (Oct. 1848), pp. 374-375; vol. 3:2 (Apr. 1849), p. 184; vol. 3:3 (July 1849), pp. 388-390; vol. 4:1 (Jan. 1850), p. 61; vol. 4:2 (Apr. 1850), pp. 189-191; vol. 4:3 (July 1850), pp. 261-264; vol. 5:1 (Jan. 1851), pp. 61-62; vol. 5:3 (July 1851), pp. 343-344; v

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fil. Maxey Borskow 29 Nov 1657 Christenynges. (Baptism) Lancashire: Aughton – Parish Register, 1541-1764

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Enemond Masse

Enemond Masse 1613 Maine Primary Immigrant: Pages 13-23 contain “Maine Visiting Lists before 1630,” a list of pioneers, often with the names of ships in which they arrived. Mostly British settlers. Other settlements mentioned. SPENCER, WILBUR D. Pioneers on Maine Rivers with Lists to 1651. Portland, Maine: Lakeside Printing Co., 1930. 414p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1973.

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Maxey, Anthony d. 1618

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Works:   50 works in 91 publications in 3 languages and 324 library holdings

Classifications:   bt810,

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Most widely held works by Anthony Maxey   A copie of the sermon preached before the King at White-hall on Tuesday the eight of Ianuarie, 1604 by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1605 in English and held by 79 libraries worldwide

Certaine sermons preached before the Kings Maiestie, and elsewhere, by that reverend divine, Anthony Maxey, Doctor in Divinitie, and late Deane of Windsor, deceased: some of them never before in print. (Viz.) 1 The golden chaine of mans salvation. 2 The fearefull point of hardening. 3 The churches sleepe. 4 The agonie of Christ. 5 The vexation of Saul. 6 The sacrifice of Abraham. 7 Hallelu-jah. 8 A marriage sermon. 9 The wise-men guided by a starre by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1634 in English and held by 25 libraries worldwide

The sermon preached before the King, at VVhitehall, on Tuesday the eight of Ianuarie, 1604. By Anthony Maxey Bachelar in Diuinity and chaplaine to his Maiestie by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1605 in English and held by 20 libraries worldwide

An other sermon preached before the king at Greenewich on Tuesday before Easter, being the 26. of March. 1605. By Anthonie Maxey, Bachelar in Diuinity, and chaplaine to his Maiesty. The points herein handled are these. 1. That there is an hardening. 2. That God hardeneth not. 3. How men become hardened. 4. The meanes to auoid it by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1605 in English and held by 19 libraries worldwide

The goulden chaine of mans saluation, and the fearfull point of hardening, together with the churches sleepe preached in three seuerall sermons before the King. By Anthony Maxey Batchelar in Diuinitie and Chaplaine to his Maiestie in ordinary by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1607 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide

The churches sleepe expressed in a sermon preached at the court, in the celebration of the Kings Maiesties most ioyfull and happie entrance into this kingdome, the 24. of March last. By Anthonie Maxey, Batchelar in Diuinitie, and chaplaine to his Maiestie in ordinary by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 3 editions published in 1606 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide

Fiue sermons preached before the King. Viz. 1. The golden chaine of mans saluation. 2. The fearefull point of hardening. 3. The churches sleepe. 4. The agonie of Christ. 5. The vexation of Saul. By D. Maxey, Deane of Windsor by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1614 in English and held by 17 libraries worldwide

The golden chaine of mans saluation, and the fearefull point of hardening, together with the Churches sleepe, and the agony of Christ preached in 4. seuerall sermons before the King. By D. Maxey, chaplaine to his Maiestie in ordinary by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 4 editions published in 1610 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide

The goulden chaine of mans saluation, and the fearefull point of hardening opened and set downe in two seuerall sermons preached before the king. By Anthony Maxey Batchelar in Diunitie, and Chaplaine to his Maiestie in ordinary by Anthony Maxey( Book ) 3 editions published in 1606 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide

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Church Monuments Vols I-XXV (1985-2010) The commemorated Maxey, William, c.1660, IV: 41, 48

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Apr 13, 2011 – … 137, 141 registrar, 52 visitation, 137–9, 140, 181–2 Engagement (1649), 171. 281. English Civil War course of, 157–8, 167 origins of, 145, 180–5 Essex, … 21, 89 Greville, Robert see Brooke of Beauchamps, 2nd Baron Grey of … John, 112 Mather, Cotton, 27 Maxey, John, 64 May, Thomas, 22 Maynard, …

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Linked to person: Maxey, Patrick 1614-1614 Vacancy Data CCEd Record ID: 163755 Close Window Chelmsford, England

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Maxie, Anthonius

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anthony maxey -1648 dean of winsdor: bequeathed ca. 80 vols to the Chapter Library of St George’s Winsdor. RBDirectory.

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the 23d of Apr. 1617.

Lord Keeper BACON to Mr. MAXEY, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge (a).

AFTER my hearty commendations, I having heard of you, as a man well deserving, and of able gifts to become profitable in the church ; and there being fallen within my gift the rectory of Frome St. ftuintin with the chapel of Evershot, in Dorsetshire, which seems to be a thing of good value, 181. in the king’s books, and in a good country, I have thought good to make offer of it to you ; the rather for that you are of Trinity college, whereof myself was some time : and my purpose is to make choice of men ra- ther by care and inquiry, than by their own suits and commendatory letters. So I bid you farewell.

From your loving friend,

From Dorset House, FR. BACON, C. S,

23 April, 1617. probably anthony

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For the Towne of Lynne Regis

To William Doughtie Esquire Maior Thomas Gurlin Thomas Greennell Joshua Frene John Percivall BartholomewWarmell John Mayo Thomas Toll Thomas Nelson John Basset Edmond Hudson Esquires Thomas Slaney Nathaniel Maxey Gentlemen.

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For the County of Essex

Knight Sir William Maxey Knight

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124 KNIGHTS BACHELORS

1603, July 23. THOMAS FREAK, of Sherborn, Dorset, (in the Royal Garden at Whitehall before the King’s Coronation).

1603, July 23. ROBERT MILLER, of Dorset, (ibid).

1603, July 23. THOMAS PRIDEAUX, of Devon, (ibid).

1603, July 23. FLEETWOOD DORMER, of Shipton Lee, Bucks, (ibid).

1603, July 23. HENRY MAXEY, of Bradwell, Essex (ibid). ====================== 166 KNIGHTS BACHELORS

1617, Sept. 5. FRANCIS CRANE, secretary to the Prince, chancellor of the Order of the Garter) (at Warwick ? Coventry).

1617, Sept. 5. WILLIAM BURLACIE, of Bucks, (ibid).

1617, Sept. 5. HUMPHREY FERRERS, of Co. Warwick, (ibid).

1617, Sept. 5 (6). ARTHUR (WILLIAM) MAXEY, of Co. Warwick =================

166 KNIGHTS BACHELORS

1617, Sept. 5. FRANCIS CRANE, secretary to the Prince, chancellor of the Order of the Garter) (at Warwick ? Coventry).

1617, Sept. 5. WILLIAM BURLACIE, of Bucks, (ibid).

1617, Sept. 5. HUMPHREY FERRERS, of Co. Warwick, (ibid).

1617, Sept. 5 (6). ARTHUR (WILLIAM) MAXEY, of Co. Warwick

(ibid ? at Compton).

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Maxey, Arthur (William), KU617, II. 166

Maxey, Henry, KU603, II. 124 Maxim, Hiram S., Kt.1901, II. 408 Maxse, Henry F. B.,K.C.M.G.1877, 1.358

(f.) 18 November 1642.—Memorandum that the “one hundredpowndes formerly agreed by the house to be lent to the Parliament uponthe Propositions &c., was accordingly payd and delivered to Mr. Percivalland Mr. Maxey, aldermen, the treasurers appoynted by the ParliamentCommittee, whoe gave a receipt for the same under their handes.”

From: ‘The borough of Kings Lynn: Books  ‘, The Manuscripts of the Corporations of Southampton and Kings Lynn: Eleventh report, Appendix; part III (1887), pp. 151-185. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67104&strquery=Masey  Date accessed: 21 November 2011.

(v.) 16 February 1643.—Order that Mr. Toll, alderman andburgess of parliament, and Mr. Jonas Skott, one of the commoncounsell, go to the Earl of Manchester at Cambridge, “with a peticionabout payment for firinge and candell for the Courtes of . . . and concerninge the breakinge the church windowes and concerninge thetaking down of the painted glass, and what other thinges shall concernethe towne.”

” ” Also, Order that the parishioners of St. Margaret’s parishshall be assessed, as well as those who have houses and lands, “for therepairinge of the church windowes which are taken downe.”

” ” Also, Order that Mr. Maxey alderman, with twelve otherpersons named in the order, or any seven of them, “with otherparishioners that will come shall assist the churchwardens to make anassessment uppon the parishioners for the repairinge of the churchwindows accordinge to the ordinaunce of Parliament.”

(x.) 8 March 1644.—Order (in reference to a letter from Sir JohnMildrum, begging for ammunition and victuals, to assist him in holdingScarburgh against the enemy) that Mr. Maxey and Mr. Robinson aldermen, and Mr. Jonas Scott and Mr. Murford of the common counsellshall forthwith “make fitt such provision of beare and victualls, as theyshall think good and fittinge, and send the same to Scarbrugh to the saidSir John, nott exceeding fower hundred powndes.” Copy of this letterfrom Scarburgh was sent to the Committees of Cambridge and Norwich.

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Maxey, Arthur (William), KU617, II. 166

Maxey, Henry, KU603, II. 124 Maxim, Hiram S., Kt.1901, II. 408 Maxse, Henry F. B.,K.C.M.G.1877, 1.358

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Maxe, John, fl.1607, Wymondham 23.249 Maxey (Cambs), Iron Age barrows 72.38

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Will of John Measy or Masey, Mariner belonging to Their Majesty’s Ship Coronation of Southwark, Surrey

23 September 1691

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PROB 11/406

Will of William Masey, Gentleman of Bridgwater, Somerset

14 April 1688

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PROB 11/391

Will of William Mace alias Masey, Blacksmith of Saint Peter in the East, Oxfordshire

15 December 1647

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PROB 11/202

Will of Christopher Masey, Yeoman of Denham, Buckinghamshire

20 January 1620

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PROB 11/135

Will of Edward Masey, Tallow Chandler of London

27 December 1608

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Book.

Published London : Printed by T. Maxey, for R. Marriot 1685

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Reliquia Wottoniana: Or, A collection of lives, letters, poems; with characters of sundry personages: and other incomparable pieces of language and art

ByWotton, Henry, Sir, 1568-1639

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Published London : Printed by Thomas Maxey, for R. Marriot, G. Bedel, and T. Garthwait 1654

The 2d ed, with large additions.

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William m. first, Margaret, daughter of William tVintour, esq. of Dymock, in the county of Gloucester, ind grandaughter of Sir William Maxey, of Bradwell lall, Essex, and had by her an only surviving child, Orlando, his heir.
1627
My messuage and farm called Hatches in Braintree. My manor or messuage called Jenkins to my wife, for her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas. Sir William Maxey, knight, my worthy friend.

1642
Kinsman Samuel Hustler of Bury St Edmonds gen and ELizabeth his wife. (E)Maxey? Reference made to deed of gift to said wife bearing date 20 Jun 1642. Brother n law Henry MaxeyEsq. Frien Mr Thomas
Manwood. Sir William Maxey(whos mansion house is called Bradwell Hall in Essex
Mary Clarke of Bocking, Essex, widow, 4 September 1630, proved 1 June 1633. My body to be buried in the Chancel of Bradwell. The poor of Bradwell, Booking and Stisted. My loving brother Sir William Maxey, knight, my son in law John Nodes, gen1. My daughter Nodes. My daughter Dorothy Wilsmore. I give to my son William Clarke four pounds and to his two sons twenty shillings apiece.

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Surname(s) Forename(s) Relation Year of Event Event Type Place Recordset View
Moxey Susannah 1665 Marriage Hampshire RG6_1027 Full Details Page Image

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Marey Stephen Mother: Marey 1684 Baptism Kent RG4_1003 Full Details Page Image
Marey Stephen 1684 Baptism Kent RG4_1003 Full Details Page Image

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Maley Henry 1699 Marriage London RG7_009 Full Details Page Image
Maley Henry 1699 Marriage London RG7_009 Full Details Page Image

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FindingNo CCA-DCc-BB/29/24
Title Letter
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Description Writer: Commission investigating the sale of church and crown lands
Receiver: Dean and Chapter

Requesting the Dean and Chapter to come to an agreement with Robert Gibbon or reply to the commissioners. The letter was written 25 Feb 1661 and signed by Henry Maxey and Anthony Hammond.
Date 1661
Location Canterbury Cathedral Archives

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Macey John Father: Richard Macey 1694 Baptism Devon RG4_0013 Full Details Page Image
Macey John 1694 Baptism Devon RG4_0013 Full Details Page Image

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Maxer Sarah 1672 Birth Nottinghamshire RG6_1386 Full Details Page Image
Maxer Sarah Father: William Maxer 1672 Birth Nottinghamshire RG6_1386 Full Details Page Image
Maxer Sarah Mother: Elizabeth Maxer 1672 Birth Nottinghamshire RG6_1386 Full Details Page Image

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To William Doughtie Esquire Maior Thomas Gurlin Thomas Greennell Joshua Frene John Percivall BartholomewWarmell John Mayo Thomas Toll Thomas Nelson John Basset Edmond Hudson Esquires Thomas Slaney Nathaniel Maxey Gentlemen.

From: ‘Charles I, 1640: An Act for the releif of His Majesties Armie and the Northern Parts of the Kingdome.’, Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 58-78. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47213&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 28 October 2011.

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Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80

For the County of Essex

Robert Lord Rich Sir Thomas Barrington Sir Harbottle Grimston Knights and Baronets Sir Thomas Bendish SirBenjamin Ayloffe Sir William Hicks Sir William Masham Sir Richard Everard Sir William Luckin Sir WilliamWiseman Baronets Sir Henry Mildmay Knight Master of the Jewell house Sir Thomas Cheeke Sir Henry Mildmayof Moulsham Sir William Maxey Sir Henry Holcroft

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And thereupon the Administration of theGoods of the said Dr. Tighe was granted unto thesaid Mary, by the Procurement of the said Dr.Bancrofte;  (fn. *)  upon which the said Lister said that a halting Proctor had brought Gold from the said Dr.Bancrofte, and that he had over-weighed him. Provedby the Examination of William Tighe, Thomas Stiles,Richard Maxey.

From: ‘House of Lords Journal Volume 3: 31 May 1621’, Journal of the House of Lords: volume 3: 1620-1628 (1767-1830), pp. 145-150. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=30321&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 28 October 2011.

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From: ‘Sessions, 1616: 25 and 26 June’, County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 3: 1615-16 (1937), pp. 251-263. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82369&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 28 October 2011. Edward Freeman of St. Sepulchre’s, grocer, for beating RobertMaxey, constable.

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General Index – M … Mawson, Robert, constable of Saltmarsh cum Cotness, certificate by -, return  by. Maxey, Nathaniel, tender of spars, etc., by. Maxfield … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, Addenda 1660-1685 (1939)

Sessions, 1616 – 25 and 26 June … Ann, wife of Thomas Morter of Hackney, for the peace. Edward Freeman of St. Sepulchre’s,  grocer, for beating Robert Maxey, constable. John Ireland of St. … County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 3 (1937)

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… Mawson, George, postmaster of Hull, letters of. Maxey, William, house of,  Hawnes, Beds, licence requested for, licence to. Maxfield … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1671-2 (1897)

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Index – M, N, O … Mawer, Will., g. 1063 (3). Mawling, John, 1105. Mawncyl. See Mansell. Maxey, John,  bp. of Elphin, commendatory of Welbeck, 652, 745. -, -, letter from, 745. … Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9 (1886) henry 8 1600?

Sessions, 1614 – 16 and 18 July … 19 February, 11 James I [AD 1613–14]. Robert Moore of St. Martin’s in the Fields, —,  and Mark Thwaytes of Westminster, gentleman, for Manus Maxey of St. … County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 2 (1936)

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MOXEY (Maxey)   -, Moxey (Maxey), Nathaniel (fl. 1662-6), silkman. 11/8B (r)

From: ‘Index of Persons – M’, Historical gazetteer of London before the Great Fire: Cheapside; parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane, St Martin Pomary, St Mary le Bow, St Mary Colechurch and St Pancras Soper Lane (1987). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=23067&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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General Index – M … Maurice, Mons. Mawdet, see Mauduit. Mawe, Leonard, Bishop of Bath and Wells, letter  of. Maxey, Sir William, report of. Maxfield, Mr. Maxton, —,. … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1629-31 (1860)

General Index – M … Maunsell or Mansell, Lieut. John -, Robt. Maurice, Prince Palatine -, letter to -,  servant of -, Jonas. Maxey, Thos. May, Theop. -, Thos. Maycock, John. … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1649-50 (1875)

General Index – M … Maugridge, J., warrant to. Maundy, the. Maurice, John -, Captain (RN) -, Mrs. Maxey,  J. Maxwel, Maxwell, Maxwill, Ensign J. (Ramsay’s) -, 2nd Lieut. P. -, Capt. … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Anne, 1702-3 (1916)

Index of names – KZ … Mawhaut als. Mawde. 13. Mawmond, 150. Mawson, 51, 52, 172, 178, 185. Mawtus, 7,  8, 78, 197. Maxey, 3. Maxwell, 90. Maye, 189. Mayne, 43, 127. Maynell, 103. … Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 3 (1889)

Index – L … Beds.], prior of, 32, 78. Leiham, Geoffrey de, 241. -, Ralph de, 241. Leiham [Lolham  in Maxey?] co. N’hamp., 241. Leiland. See Leyland. Leiminstr’. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: volume 1 (1902)

Index of persons and Places – M … Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, 261. Maxey (Maxy), John, of London, merchant,  petition for a non pros. against a customs forfeiture, 415. … Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11 (1933)

Parishes – Pedmore … to their son Arderne Adderley, Elizabeth wife of Sir William Pooley, whose heir  was their daughter Susannah, afterwards the wife of Anthony Maxey, Dorothy, who … A History of the County of Worcester: volume 3 (1913)

Index – M … Mawla. See Merton. Maworth. See Naworth. Maxey, Maxsey, Northants, 263. -,  church, sermons in, 770 (vii). -, Deeping Gate in, 263. … Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: volume 2 (1963)

James 1 – volume 68 – February 1612 … printed. Sir John Bennet has undertaken to build the schools at Oxford.  Dr. Maxey is Dean of Windsor. Suicide of a son of the Bp. … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1611-18 (1858)

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Maxey (Maxy), John, of London,merchant, petition for a nonpros. against a customs forfeiture, 415.

-, Nathaniel, of London, merchant, permission to exportbells, 329; non pros. against acustoms forfeiture, 415.

From: ‘Index of persons and Places: M’, Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11: 1696-1697 (1933), pp. 500-505. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82756&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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1643 Seizure of Horses.

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.

From: ‘House of Commons Journal Volume 3: 08 April 1643’, Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 34-36. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=9649&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

List of Recognizances to the Council of State … Ivy Lane, 300, 2, 300, ” ” “, 10. ” “, Thomas Maxey, Bennet’s, Paul’s Wharf, 300,  2, 300, ” ” “, 10. ” 15, Thomas Harper, Little Britain, 300, 2, 300, ” ” “, 11 … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1649-50 (1875)

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1693,94 Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex

Maxey, Charles

3.20

16.00

1.20

100.00

Comment: Assessor.

From: ‘Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694: City of London, Coleman Street Ward, Second Precinct’, Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex (1992). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=19753&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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May, 1645

[6 May, 1645.]

From: ‘May 1645: An Ordinance for freeing and discharging the Vintners, with certain exceptions, from any demand, for or concerning any delinquency, &c.’, Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660 (1911), pp. 678-679. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=56040&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011. Executor or Executrix, Administrator or Administratrix of Iohn Barker, Executor or Executrix, Administrator or Administratrix of Richard Hoult and Elizabeth Maxey, be absolutely discharged, and from ever freed from any claim, demand,or Delinquency for or concerning the same.

From: ‘May 1645: An Ordinance for freeing and discharging the Vintners, with certain exceptions, from any demand, for or concerning any delinquency, &c.’, Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660 (1911), pp. 678-679. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=56040&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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Index – M … Maull, Pat. -, Robt. Maurice, Prince, see Nassau. Mawe, Leonard. Maxey, Dr. Ant.,  Dean of Windsor. Maxwell, Jas -, Jas. (poet) -, John -, Robt. -, Sir Robt. … Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1611-18 (1858)

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Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex

City of London, Tower Ward, Petty Wales Precinct, –

Name

Property

Stock

Tax assessment £

Rental value £

Tax assessment £

Stock value £

Maxey, Nathaniel

8.00

40.00

4.80

400.00

From: ‘Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694: City of London, Tower Ward, Petty Wales Precinct, -‘, Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex (1992). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=20268&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011. ———————–

16 Jan. R. O.

110. John [Maxey], Bishop of Elphin and Abbot of Welbeck,to Cromwell

From: ‘Henry VIII: January 1536, 16-20’, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 38-47. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75411&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex Maxey, Anne

2.00

10.00

0.00

0.00

From: ‘Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694: City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Andrew Holborn Precinct, Church Yard Alley’, Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex (1992). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=20065&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, East Side

Name

Property

Stock

Tax assessment £

Rental value £

Tax assessment £

Stock value £

From: ‘Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694: Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, East Side’, Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex (1992). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=21817&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011. Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex Maxey, Joan

2.80

14.00

0.00

0.00

Comment: Et al.

From: ‘Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694: Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, East Side’, Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693/4: The City of London, the City of Westminster, and Metropolitan Middlesex (1992). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=21817&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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Fishermen, who pass their lives in storm and danger reaping the harvest of the sea, have not been forgotten by pious benefactors. One of the most picturesque buildings in Great Yarmouth is the Fishermen’s Hospital, of which we give some illustrations. It was founded by the corporation of the town in 1702 for the reception of twenty old fishermen and their wives. It is a charming house of rest, with its gables and dormer windows and its general air of peace and repose. The old men look very comfortable after battling for so many years with the storms of the North Sea. Charles II granted to the hospital an annuity of £160 for its support, which was paid out of the excise on beer, but when the duty was repealed the annuity naturally ceased.

The old hospital at King’s Lynn was destroyed during the siege, as this quaint inscription tells:—

THIS HOSPITAL WAS
BURNT DOWN AT LIN
SEGE AND REBULT
1649 NATH MAXEY
MAYOR AND EDW
ROBINSON ALDMAN
TREASURER PRO TEM

P.R.O.

Hospital Inscription

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henry maxey
Birth 1689 Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Gender Male
Baptism 2 Mar 1689 St. Mary, Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England

Father: Henry Maxey b: 16 MAR 1689 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England

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ID: I70136

Name: John Maxey
Sex: M
Birth: 06 FEB 1647 in Boothby Pagnell, Lincolnshire, England
Reference Number: 70203

Father: Henry Maxey b: 17 MAY 1612 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Mother: Diana
Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
John Maxey b: 06 JUL 1673 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Henry Maxey b: 16 MAR 1689 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
ID: I70142
Name: Henry Maxey
Sex: M
Birth: BEF 1584
Reference Number: 70209

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
Thomas Maxey b: 16 APR 1605 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Maria Maxey b: 10 SEP 1608 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Henry Maxey b: 17 MAY 1612 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Richard Maxey b: 11 AUG 1615 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England

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Name: Henry Maxey
Sex: M
Birth: 16 MAR 1689 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Reference Number: 70188

Father: John Maxey b: 06 FEB 1647 in Boothby Pagnell, Lincolnshire, England
Marriage 1 Mary Sandale

Henry Maxey b: 16 MAR 1689 in Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]
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generations of henry maxey from lincolnshire—possibly related to george maxey nathaniel anthony or
henry maxey
Birth 1689 Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Gender Male
Baptism 2 Mar 1689 St. Mary, Swinstead, Lincolnshire, England
Person ID I480042201 Red1st
Last Modified 5 Aug 2008

Family Mary Sandall, b. 1690, Rippingale, Lincolnshire, England
Married 12 Nov 1710 St. Andrew, Rippingale, Lincolnshire, England
Family ID F1830050 Group Sheet

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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.

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‘Sessions, 1614: 3 and 5 December’, County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 2: 1614-15 (1936), pp. 128-175. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82338&strquery=Mexey Date accessed: 26 October 2011 Edward Hosier of the same, vintner.

John Moxey [Mexey] of St. George’s, Southwark, yeoman, forstealing a mortar out of the office of [blank] Hickes, and John Carelesse [Careles] of Clerkenwell, yeoman, for the like. Respited without bail (and G.D.R. 2/37d).

Respited till Saturday 4 March next at Enfield schoolhouse, wherehe is to appear before Sir John Brett and Sir Ferdinand Heyburne,and to abide their order:—

George Hetherington of Latton, co. Essex, yeoman, to appear atthe next sessions after Margaret Langshawe shall be delivered of thechild wherewith she now goeth, he being by her charged to be thereputed father. Afterwards discharged at Enfield by order of SirThomas Fowler and Sir John Brett, Knights.

p.136. Committed:—

From: ‘Sessions, 1614: 3 and 5 December’, County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 2: 1614-15 (1936), pp. 128-175. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82338&strquery=Mexey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

March 1697, 1-15

March 1.

Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ Geo.Shaw, junr., as a noontender, London port loco Thomas Walsh,deceased.

Joseph Clapp to be established as a riding surveyor at Titchfieldin Hampshire at 50l. per an. for himself and a horse; the said Commissioners having by their memorial of Feb. 20 last recommendedthe establishment of such a surveyor. Out Letters (Customs) XIII,p. 332.

Treasury reference to same of the petition of Sir Thomas Laneet al., proprietors of the Provinces in East and West Jersey in America,praying to enjoy the liberty of their own ports against the pretencesof the collector of New York who enforces ships bound to the Eastand West Jerseys to unload or pay Customs there [in New York] whichis illegal and discourages their trade. Reference Book VII, p. 197.

Same to same of the petition of Nathaniell Maxey and John Maxeyof London, merchants, shewing that having shipped on the Nra. Sra.de Virginia 200 bundles of Baguillas from Cadiz they entered sameand paid duty thereon at the Customs House [London] but sometime thereafter Thomas Stisted exhibited an information in theExchequer against same as forfeited for importation in a foreignbottom; therefore praying a non pros for the King’s part of theforfeiture, they being ignorant [of the law]. Ibid.

From: ‘Treasury Calendar: March 1697, 1-15’, Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11: 1696-1697 (1933), pp. 414-425. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82731&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

1606, Nov. 5.

Has sent the bearer, his servant, to attend theLord Treasurer for receipt of the money due to him out of theExchequer for the two half years last past. Is, by order of theKing’s privy seal, to have his bill signed by six of the Council,Lord Salisbury being one of the quorum. Entreats the likefavour in the perusal and signing of his bills as he has heretoforereceived.—Coombe, 5 Nov., 1606. Holograph. ½ p. (118. 40.)

Mildred, Lady Maxey, to the Same.

1606, Nov. 5.

The same reasons which moved your lordshipto favour us the last year continue still in force and rather morepowerful than before. I am forced now to make this humblepetition in the behalf of Mr. Maxey, my husband, who now again(I know not by whose procurement) stands in hazard to bechosen sheriff of the shire, many others of more ability andfar fitter for the place being left out of the bill. My intentionis not to have him still exempted from the choice but only thathe may be spared at least for this year, being altogether unprovided for it. After which respite he will be ready in this orany other employment to show the zeal he carries to his Majesty’sservice.—From my poor house at Bradwell, 5 Nov., 1606.

Holograph. Seal. Endorsed: “1606. Lady Maxey to myLord that her husband may be spared from being Sheriff inEssex.” 1 p. (118. 41.)

From: ‘Cecil Papers: November 1606’, Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 18: 1606 (1940), pp. 337-355. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112292&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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19 February, 11 James I [A.D. 1613–14].
Robert Moore of St. Martin’s in the Fields, —, and Mark Thwaytes of Westminster, gentleman, for Manus Maxey of St. Martin’s aforesaid, yeoman, for begetting Ann Drywall with child.
Sess. Roll 532/28.
Sess. Reg. 2/82.

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24 September, 1600. John Tailcott of Braintree, brazier, against Henry London. Taken before Henry Maxey, esquire. Genealogical gleanings in England Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1901 THOMAS BRAUSTON, of Flowton, Suffolk, clothier, 3 September 1638, proved 29 July 1641. Wife Mary to give sufficient release in law to my son John of the thirds of all of my lands, etc. To son Thomas messuages, lands etc. in Kirby and Walton in the Soken, Essex. John my eldest son. My sister Judith Clearke the wife of Joseph Clearke of East Bergholt, Suffolk. John Clarke, Judith Clarke, and Nahomey Clarke, the children of the said Judith Clarke. William Maxie (Maxey) and Thomas Briminge (?) my grandchildren. I give to my brother-in-law, Mr. Robert Alefounder, and my sister his wife, 30 pounds a piece. To my cousin Robert Alefounder, my said brother’s son, twenty pounds. To the town of Bergholt fifteen pounds toward the purchase of a work house for the poor to work in. Five pounds to the poor of East Bergholt. Steven Brauston the son of John Brauston. Steven Brauston the son of John Brauston. Steven Brauston the son of Edmund Brauston of East Bergholt. Rose Braberton, the wife of William Braberton of Bergholt, and all her children, at ages of one and twenty. Richard Alefounder the elder of Bergholt and Richard his son and Susan his daughter. To my brother-in-law Mr. John Alefounder of Dedham, Essex, my sister Briminge (?), my sister Sherman, my sister Fenn and my sisterAlderman, twenty pounds a piece to buy each of them a ring. To son John all the rest of my messuages, lands, etc. in Suffolk and Essex or elsewhere which is not heretofore bequeathed, and the rest of my goods etc. I give to my sin-in-law Maxey and my son-in-law Bruninge ten pounds a piece. To William Boggas my son-in-law forty pounds. French Family beyond 1599 1607 – Will of William French of Peldon, yeoman, 1607. No known connection to FFA Chart #EB at this time. To be a yeoman, William probably would have had to be an adult. 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. This William French was undoubtedly the one chr. on 8 Mar 1561/62 in Felsted. The Felsted French family has different DNA test results than the French family of FFA Chart #EB. 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 #E2. All four of these men were adults in 1612; therefore, they were all born before 1590. Thomas Pilgrym was in a court case on 28 Oct 1602 in Halstead where his sheep were stolen, Q/SR 160/148. William Baylyfe alias Smyth was the owner of Green Street Hall. 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. This document shows that Thomas French died before 1614, and records show that he died in 1613. 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 #E2. – or perhaps he is FFA Chart #EC. Nathan Wade, gentleman, wrote his will in Halstead in 1745 (this must have been his son). He was a tallow-chandler, who was in a court case in 1626 with Thomas Heigham the Justice (he was the father of Bridget who married Thomas French of FFA Chart #EB). 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.

Parish History A brief history of Fairstead from Samel A. Lewis is: FAIRSTEAD (St. Mary), a parish, in the union and hundred of Witham, N. division of Essex, 4 miles (W. N. W.) from Witham; containing 306 inhabitants. This parish, which derives its name from the pleasantness of its situation and the beauty of the surrounding scenery, comprises about 1800 acres, whereof about 300 are woodland and pasture, and the remainder arable; a considerable portion is heavy and wet, and the substratum a whitish clayey marl. The living is a rectory, valued in the king’s books at £6. 13. 4., and in the gift of the Bishop of London: the tithes have been commuted for £479, and the glebe comprises 74 acres. The church is a small ancient edifice, with a tower of stone surmounted by a tall shingled spire, and contains several monuments, among which is one to Sir Antony Maxey and his lady, whose effigies in a kneeling posture are well sculptured. From: Lewis, Samuel A., A Topographical Dictionary of England (1848). Fairstead St Mary the Virgin is an Ancient parish in Essex.

Thomas W t ilson of Bocking, Essex, gen 1 ., 1G October 1627, proved 9 November 1G27. My body to be buried in the chancel of Braintree. The poor of Bocking, Stisted and Braintree. My messuage and farm in Great and Little Canfield to be sold by Humfry Mawditt, gen’., and my brother in law William Lyngwood for payment of my debts and legacies. To my daughter Elizabeth my copyhold lands in Braintree, called Companes or otherwise, now in the occupation of the said William Lingwood, and the parcel of land in Braintree called the horsefair field and Windmill Hill in Braintree (and other lands), to enter upon the same at her age of one and twenty years, with remainder to daughter Mary, next to daughter Dorothy. Bequests to Mary and Dorothy. My eldest son, John, hath behaved him- self very disobediently towards me and my wife, his mother, and I see little hope of amendment. My mill called Stisted mill, in Stisted. Although my sou Thomas hath heretofore behaved himself undutifully to me and my wife, his mother, yet I hope better of him hereafter. My wife Elizabeth. My messuage and farm called Hatches in Braintree. My manor or mes- suage called Jenkins to my wife, for her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas. Sir William Maxey, knight, my worthy friend. My cousin James Heron Esq. My mother In law Mrs. Mary Clarke. My sisters Mary Lingwood and Dorothy Filioll. My cousin and god daughter Susan Lingwood. Mrs. Catherine Mawditt. My wife to be sole executrix. I do earnestly entreat Sir William Maxey, knight, and my cousin Heron to be supervisors. Nycholls), ilalsted and certain parishes in London and four parishes in South wark. Audley, 31.

Mary Clarke of Locking, Essex, widow, 4 September 1630, proved 1 June 1G33. My body to be buried in the Chancel of Bradwell. The poor of Bradwell, Booking and Stisted. My loving brother Sir William Maxey, knight, my son in law John Nodes, gen 1 . My daughter Nodes. My daughter Dorothy Wilsmore. I give to my sou William Clarke four pounds and to his two sons twenty shillings apiece. To my grandchild Elizabeth Wilson twenty shillings. To my grandchild and god daughter Mary Wilson twelve pounds, my silver spoon and my wedding ring. To my grandchild Dorothy Wilson thirty shillings and my little ring. To my grandchild John Wilson twenty shillings and I forgive him five pounds which he oweth me. To my grandchild Thomas Wilson three pounds. To my cousin Mr. Bryan Tuke forty shillings. To William Lingwood gen*, and Mary his wife, my god daughter, twenty shillings apiece. Mr. Normingtou of Bradwell to preach at my burial. Four of Sir William Maxey ‘s men to carry my body to church to be buried. My grandchild Mary Wilson to be executrix and William Lyngwood supervisor. 1487 – 1665

In 1487 another long association started when the widow of John Maxey bought the Hall. Morant relates the details of six generations of Maxeys between the reigns of Henry VII and Charles II, when the last Maxey, Anthony, sold the property. It was the Maxeys who built the present house in its basic form: a plastered timber building – as it still remains around the courtyard on the north side – probably about 1570. 1665 – 1717 The buyer in 1665 was Martin Carter, a lawyer from nearby Shalford. His son, also Martin and also a lawyer (of Christ’s College, Cambridge, and Lincoln’s Inn) was described by Morant as ‘an accomplished gentleman, and of singular learning’. He made ‘great alterations and improvements to the house and gardens’ in 1698, the date engraved on the bricks of the Walled Garden, and to the house the following year (as recorded on the east gable end). He faced the south, east and west fronts with red and blue bricks in a lively pattern which, together with the leaded window-panes, gives great animation even to the undecorated west front.

Carter was of a conservative bent, it seems. The Dutch gables with which he ornamented and formalised his new facade are the latest example of their kind in the county by as much as twenty years.     Carter also rearranged the inside of the house in such a way as to make the Elizabethan original almost indecipherable today. On the west (Walled Garden) side you can see changes of pattern in the brickwork which are clues to his building: a straight seam, where the Dutch gable wing has been added, and a bricked-up window, where he put his staircase (ornamented, rather orginally, with balusters in the form of goblets and corkscrews).

Since Carter’s time the house has changed little, and not at all in its essential, practical, comfortable design. The only modern alterations are the additions of the conservatory in 1980, and a single-storey room and long lead-roofed porch in the courtyard.

Eliza Maxey Carter

An Elizabethan manor set in an attractive 12 acre modern garden with an attached arboretum. The arboretum features rare trees, and classical ornamentation about a serpentine pond. Beside the house to the east is a water garden, while to the west is a 17th century walled garden with old apple trees and mixed borders providing colour.

Note that the gardens at Saling Hall are not generally open to the public, except for special charity garden scheme days. Visits by written appointment. See the Saling Hall website for current details.

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 About Saling Hall Attraction Type: Garden Website: Saling Hall Email: judy@salinghall.com Phone: 01371 850141 Historic Houses Association Location map OS TL700256 Photo Credit: Robert Edwards, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence

Stratford (and other real estate and money). To son Samuel my lands &c. in Awdly Essex (and other gifts). To wife my lands &c. in Fingerego which were surrendered to me by one Samuel Makeing (Makin). Son John shall have sole management of my concerns in Brantham. To Samuel Backler (and others). My sister Fenne. Wife Deborah and son John to be executors and Mr. John Maxey and my brother in law Mr. Nathaniel Shearman to be supervisors. Reeve, 71.

Deborah Wall of Brantham, Suffolk, widow, 31 August 1684, proved 9 July 1685. Son John Wall to be sole executor. My sons Nicholas and Bartholomew and my two daughters shall be paid their portions given them by their father’s will. To my grand daughter Anna Wall five pounds. To my sister Fenn ten shillings. Wit : Nathaniel Sherman, John Hobert, Ester Fenn. Cann, 94

Index Type Index Terms Description Subjects  Civil War  Monumental inscriptions, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, to Maxey family who served Charles I in Civil War Subjects  First World War  War Memorial listing those from Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall killed Subjects  Schools  Elizabeth Hunt, headmistress of Bradwell Church School for more than 30 years, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1919 Subjects  Second World War  War Memorial listing those from Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall killed Subjects  Siege of Colchester  William Maxey, Major General of Royalist horse artillery, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1659

Personal Names  Grevil Maxey  Captain of trained band in Essex, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1648 Personal Names  Henry Maxey  Adjutant General of Charles I horse, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall Personal Names  William Maxey  Major General of Royalist horse artillery at Siege of Colcheester, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1659

Personal Names  Sir William Maxey  Justice of the peace, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1645

T/Z 151/113 Monumental inscriptions Monumental inscriptions Level: Item Dates of Creation December 1993 Extent 1 item Scope and Content Monumental inscriptions at the parish church of Holy Trinity, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall. Recorded December 1993. Includes pen and ink drawing of church by Charles Grigg Tait taken from The Parish Churches of South East Essex, notes on the church, indexes of persons, places in Essex, places out of Essex, occupations and stonemasons, with map of churchyard and church interior. Memorials in the churchyard include those for Sophia Sadler, died 1912 ‘For over 50 years the faithful friend and servant of the Warwicker family’; Elizabeth Hunt, for over 30 years headmistress of Bradwell Church School, died 1919 Memorials in church include those to Rear Admiral John T.S. Hall, C.I.E., Master Mariner, buried at sea off Portsmouth, 1964 and son Lieutenant John H.S. Hall, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Fulmar, died 1958; Revd. GrevilleTurner Brunwin-Hales, rector of St. Mary-at-the-Walls, Colchester, died 1932, and sons Captain Greville Oxley Brunwin-Hales, Royal Flying Corps, killed near Arras, 1917 and Second Lieutenant Henry Tooke Brunwin-Hales, Lincolnshire Regiment, killed at the Hohenzollern Redoubt, 1915; Edward Beaucock, doctor of medicine, Knight of the robe, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, Master Extraordinary in Chancery and justice of the peace, died 1665; Honourable Michael Nolan of Bedford Square, London and Geraldstown in the County of Meath, Ireland, King’s Counsel and Chief Justice of Soth Wales, died 1827; Maxey family monuments, include Sir William Maxey, died 1645, he had ten children ‘He was / a man of joshuas resolution yt he and his howse / should serve ye Lord … bring up al thouse his children to learn in their / youth to fear God and honour ye King his constant / course was to call them up by 5 of ye clok in the / morning and caausing them to demand his blessing/ upon their knees … Ye Lords prayer ye beliefe, and ye / Ten Comandents and then caused every one / of them one after ye other to read some of / David Psalmes, and each of them a chapter, and / to give an anaccoypt what they remembred … He died in his / good old age a true subject to Charles ye first and / no rebell”, his three sons Grevil Maxey, captain of ‘one of his Matis. train bands in Essex’, died 1648, William Maxey, served Charles I ‘in all his wars against his / rebells and was Major Generall of his horse attey siege att Colchester’, died 1659 and Henry Maxey ‘served King / Charles in all his wars and was Adjutant Genrall of his horse’ Also in church War Memorial listing names and regiments of those killed in First and Second World Wars

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.

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24 September, 1600. John Tailcott of Braintree, brazier, against Henry London. Taken before Henry Maxey, esquire. Genealogical gleanings in England Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1901 THOMAS BRAUSTON, of Flowton, Suffolk, clothier, 3 September 1638, proved 29 July 1641. Wife Mary to give sufficient release in law to my son John of the thirds of all of my lands, etc. To son Thomas messuages, lands etc. in Kirby and Walton in the Soken, Essex. John my eldest son. My sister Judith Clearke the wife of Joseph Clearke of East Bergholt, Suffolk. John Clarke, Judith Clarke, and Nahomey Clarke, the children of the said Judith Clarke. William Maxie (Maxey) and Thomas Briminge (?) my grandchildren. I give to my brother-in-law, Mr. Robert Alefounder, and my sister his wife, 30 pounds a piece. To my cousin Robert Alefounder, my said brother’s son, twenty pounds. To the town of Bergholt fifteen pounds toward the purchase of a work house for the poor to work in. Five pounds to the poor of East Bergholt. Steven Brauston the son of John Brauston. Steven Brauston the son of John Brauston. Steven Brauston the son of Edmund Brauston of East Bergholt. Rose Braberton, the wife of William Braberton of Bergholt, and all her children, at ages of one and twenty. Richard Alefounder the elder of Bergholt and Richard his son and Susan his daughter. To my brother-in-law Mr. John Alefounder of Dedham, Essex, my sister Briminge (?), my sister Sherman, my sister Fenn and my sisterAlderman, twenty pounds a piece to buy each of them a ring. To son John all the rest of my messuages, lands, etc. in Suffolk and Essex or elsewhere which is not heretofore bequeathed, and the rest of my goods etc. I give to my sin-in-law Maxey and my son-in-law Bruninge ten pounds a piece. To William Boggas my son-in-law forty pounds. French Family beyond 1599 1607 – Will of William French of Peldon, yeoman, 1607. No known connection to FFA Chart #EB at this time. To be a yeoman, William probably would have had to be an adult. 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. This William French was undoubtedly the one chr. on 8 Mar 1561/62 in Felsted. The Felsted French family has different DNA test results than the French family of FFA Chart #EB. 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 #E2. All four of these men were adults in 1612; therefore, they were all born before 1590. Thomas Pilgrym was in a court case on 28 Oct 1602 in Halstead where his sheep were stolen, Q/SR 160/148. William Baylyfe alias Smyth was the owner of Green Street Hall. 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. This document shows that Thomas French died before 1614, and records show that he died in 1613. 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 #E2. – or perhaps he is FFA Chart #EC. Nathan Wade, gentleman, wrote his will in Halstead in 1745 (this must have been his son). He was a tallow-chandler, who was in a court case in 1626 with Thomas Heigham the Justice (he was the father of Bridget who married Thomas French of FFA Chart #EB). 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.

Parish History A brief history of Fairstead from Samel A. Lewis is: FAIRSTEAD (St. Mary), a parish, in the union and hundred of Witham, N. division of Essex, 4 miles (W. N. W.) from Witham; containing 306 inhabitants. This parish, which derives its name from the pleasantness of its situation and the beauty of the surrounding scenery, comprises about 1800 acres, whereof about 300 are woodland and pasture, and the remainder arable; a considerable portion is heavy and wet, and the substratum a whitish clayey marl. The living is a rectory, valued in the king’s books at £6. 13. 4., and in the gift of the Bishop of London: the tithes have been commuted for £479, and the glebe comprises 74 acres. The church is a small ancient edifice, with a tower of stone surmounted by a tall shingled spire, and contains several monuments, among which is one to Sir Antony Maxey and his lady, whose effigies in a kneeling posture are well sculptured. From: Lewis, Samuel A., A Topographical Dictionary of England (1848). Fairstead St Mary the Virgin is an Ancient parish in Essex.

Thomas W t ilson of Bocking, Essex, gen 1 ., 1G October 1627, proved 9 November 1G27. My body to be buried in the chancel of Braintree. The poor of Bocking, Stisted and Braintree. My messuage and farm in Great and Little Canfield to be sold by Humfry Mawditt, gen’., and my brother in law William Lyngwood for payment of my debts and legacies. To my daughter Elizabeth my copyhold lands in Braintree, called Companes or otherwise, now in the occupation of the said William Lingwood, and the parcel of land in Braintree called the horsefair field and Windmill Hill in Braintree (and other lands), to enter upon the same at her age of one and twenty years, with remainder to daughter Mary, next to daughter Dorothy. Bequests to Mary and Dorothy. My eldest son, John, hath behaved him- self very disobediently towards me and my wife, his mother, and I see little hope of amendment. My mill called Stisted mill, in Stisted. Although my sou Thomas hath heretofore behaved himself undutifully to me and my wife, his mother, yet I hope better of him hereafter. My wife Elizabeth. My messuage and farm called Hatches in Braintree. My manor or mes- suage called Jenkins to my wife, for her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas. Sir William Maxey, knight, my worthy friend. My cousin James Heron Esq. My mother In law Mrs. Mary Clarke. My sisters Mary Lingwood and Dorothy Filioll. My cousin and god daughter Susan Lingwood. Mrs. Catherine Mawditt. My wife to be sole executrix. I do earnestly entreat Sir William Maxey, knight, and my cousin Heron to be supervisors. Nycholls), ilalsted and certain parishes in London and four parishes in South wark. Audley, 31.

Mary Clarke of Locking, Essex, widow, 4 September 1630, proved 1 June 1G33. My body to be buried in the Chancel of Bradwell. The poor of Bradwell, Booking and Stisted. My loving brother Sir William Maxey, knight, my son in law John Nodes, gen 1 . My daughter Nodes. My daughter Dorothy Wilsmore. I give to my sou William Clarke four pounds and to his two sons twenty shillings apiece. To my grandchild Elizabeth Wilson twenty shillings. To my grandchild and god daughter Mary Wilson twelve pounds, my silver spoon and my wedding ring. To my grandchild Dorothy Wilson thirty shillings and my little ring. To my grandchild John Wilson twenty shillings and I forgive him five pounds which he oweth me. To my grandchild Thomas Wilson three pounds. To my cousin Mr. Bryan Tuke forty shillings. To William Lingwood gen*, and Mary his wife, my god daughter, twenty shillings apiece. Mr. Normingtou of Bradwell to preach at my burial. Four of Sir William Maxey ‘s men to carry my body to church to be buried. My grandchild Mary Wilson to be executrix and William Lyngwood supervisor. 1487 – 1665

In 1487 another long association started when the widow of John Maxey bought the Hall. Morant relates the details of six generations of Maxeys between the reigns of Henry VII and Charles II, when the last Maxey, Anthony, sold the property. It was the Maxeys who built the present house in its basic form: a plastered timber building – as it still remains around the courtyard on the north side – probably about 1570. 1665 – 1717 The buyer in 1665 was Martin Carter, a lawyer from nearby Shalford. His son, also Martin and also a lawyer (of Christ’s College, Cambridge, and Lincoln’s Inn) was described by Morant as ‘an accomplished gentleman, and of singular learning’. He made ‘great alterations and improvements to the house and gardens’ in 1698, the date engraved on the bricks of the Walled Garden, and to the house the following year (as recorded on the east gable end). He faced the south, east and west fronts with red and blue bricks in a lively pattern which, together with the leaded window-panes, gives great animation even to the undecorated west front.

Carter was of a conservative bent, it seems. The Dutch gables with which he ornamented and formalised his new facade are the latest example of their kind in the county by as much as twenty years.     Carter also rearranged the inside of the house in such a way as to make the Elizabethan original almost indecipherable today. On the west (Walled Garden) side you can see changes of pattern in the brickwork which are clues to his building: a straight seam, where the Dutch gable wing has been added, and a bricked-up window, where he put his staircase (ornamented, rather orginally, with balusters in the form of goblets and corkscrews).

Since Carter’s time the house has changed little, and not at all in its essential, practical, comfortable design. The only modern alterations are the additions of the conservatory in 1980, and a single-storey room and long lead-roofed porch in the courtyard.

Eliza Maxey Carter

An Elizabethan manor set in an attractive 12 acre modern garden with an attached arboretum. The arboretum features rare trees, and classical ornamentation about a serpentine pond. Beside the house to the east is a water garden, while to the west is a 17th century walled garden with old apple trees and mixed borders providing colour.

Note that the gardens at Saling Hall are not generally open to the public, except for special charity garden scheme days. Visits by written appointment. See the Saling Hall website for current details.

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 About Saling Hall Attraction Type: Garden Website: Saling Hall Email: judy@salinghall.com Phone: 01371 850141 Historic Houses Association Location map OS TL700256 Photo Credit: Robert Edwards, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence

Stratford (and other real estate and money). To son Samuel my lands &c. in Awdly Essex (and other gifts). To wife my lands &c. in Fingerego which were surrendered to me by one Samuel Makeing (Makin). Son John shall have sole management of my concerns in Brantham. To Samuel Backler (and others). My sister Fenne. Wife Deborah and son John to be executors and Mr. John Maxey and my brother in law Mr. Nathaniel Shearman to be supervisors. Reeve, 71.

Deborah Wall of Brantham, Suffolk, widow, 31 August 1684, proved 9 July 1685. Son John Wall to be sole executor. My sons Nicholas and Bartholomew and my two daughters shall be paid their portions given them by their father’s will. To my grand daughter Anna Wall five pounds. To my sister Fenn ten shillings. Wit : Nathaniel Sherman, John Hobert, Ester Fenn. Cann, 94

Index Type Index Terms Description Subjects  Civil War  Monumental inscriptions, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, to Maxey family who served Charles I in Civil War Subjects  First World War  War Memorial listing those from Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall killed Subjects  Schools  Elizabeth Hunt, headmistress of Bradwell Church School for more than 30 years, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1919 Subjects  Second World War  War Memorial listing those from Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall killed Subjects  Siege of Colchester  William Maxey, Major General of Royalist horse artillery, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1659

Personal Names  Grevil Maxey  Captain of trained band in Essex, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1648 Personal Names  Henry Maxey  Adjutant General of Charles I horse, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall Personal Names  William Maxey  Major General of Royalist horse artillery at Siege of Colcheester, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1659

Personal Names  Sir William Maxey  Justice of the peace, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1645

T/Z 151/113 Monumental inscriptions Monumental inscriptions Level: Item Dates of Creation December 1993 Extent 1 item Scope and Content Monumental inscriptions at the parish church of Holy Trinity, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall. Recorded December 1993. Includes pen and ink drawing of church by Charles Grigg Tait taken from The Parish Churches of South East Essex, notes on the church, indexes of persons, places in Essex, places out of Essex, occupations and stonemasons, with map of churchyard and church interior. Memorials in the churchyard include those for Sophia Sadler, died 1912 ‘For over 50 years the faithful friend and servant of the Warwicker family’; Elizabeth Hunt, for over 30 years headmistress of Bradwell Church School, died 1919 Memorials in church include those to Rear Admiral John T.S. Hall, C.I.E., Master Mariner, buried at sea off Portsmouth, 1964 and son Lieutenant John H.S. Hall, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Fulmar, died 1958; Revd. GrevilleTurner Brunwin-Hales, rector of St. Mary-at-the-Walls, Colchester, died 1932, and sons Captain Greville Oxley Brunwin-Hales, Royal Flying Corps, killed near Arras, 1917 and Second Lieutenant Henry Tooke Brunwin-Hales, Lincolnshire Regiment, killed at the Hohenzollern Redoubt, 1915; Edward Beaucock, doctor of medicine, Knight of the robe, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, Master Extraordinary in Chancery and justice of the peace, died 1665; Honourable Michael Nolan of Bedford Square, London and Geraldstown in the County of Meath, Ireland, King’s Counsel and Chief Justice of Soth Wales, died 1827; Maxey family monuments, include Sir William Maxey, died 1645, he had ten children ‘He was / a man of joshuas resolution yt he and his howse / should serve ye Lord … bring up al thouse his children to learn in their / youth to fear God and honour ye King his constant / course was to call them up by 5 of ye clok in the / morning and caausing them to demand his blessing/ upon their knees … Ye Lords prayer ye beliefe, and ye / Ten Comandents and then caused every one / of them one after ye other to read some of / David Psalmes, and each of them a chapter, and / to give an anaccoypt what they remembred … He died in his / good old age a true subject to Charles ye first and / no rebell”, his three sons Grevil Maxey, captain of ‘one of his Matis. train bands in Essex’, died 1648, William Maxey, served Charles I ‘in all his wars against his / rebells and was Major Generall of his horse attey siege att Colchester’, died 1659 and Henry Maxey ‘served King / Charles in all his wars and was Adjutant Genrall of his horse’ Also in church War Memorial listing names and regiments of those killed in First and Second World Wars

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Witness – Signature. 10 Dec. 1608. at West Sussex Record Office ff.11-13. Symon Maxe of the City of Chichester in the County of Sussex, gent. where he has lived for 16 years or thereabouts and before in Selsey in the County of Sussex where he lived for four years or thereabouts. Born at Potton in the County of Bedford. Of the age of 42 years or thereabouts.

1635 These documents are held at Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service 135. CHESTER (St John) William Maxie c Thomas King saying he caught him with Hester Jacke at midnight suspiciously in a Rowe. Taking hold of them he said if Hester had not been a puritan he would not have said so much.

Description Will of Anthony Maxie, Doctor in Divinity and Dean of King’s free Chapel in Windsor of New Windsor, Berkshire Date 18 May 1618 Catalogue reference PROB 11/131

Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers

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Copy of a fine between Oliver Raymond and John Berners plaintiffs and William Poley knt, Anthony Maxey and Susan his wife, defendants concerning land with appurtenances in Bordesley, Heybarnes, Castle Bromwich, Pedymore and Sutton Coldfeild co. War. and a fourth part of the Manors of Bordesley, Heybarnes, and Pedymore MS 3887/69 Michaelmas term 1658

Deed to lead the uses of a fine Sir William Poley of Boxsted co. Suffolk, Anthony Maxey, Salyng Hall co. Essex and Susan his wife to John Berners of Fynchfeild co. Essex and Oliver Raymond of Walter Belchampe co. Essex, concerning land in Bordesley, Heybarnes, Castle Bromwich, Pedymore and Sutton Coldfield and a fourth part of the Manors of Bordesley, Heybarnes and Pedymore co. War. MS 3887/70 2nd October 1658 [no title] D-D/4P/48/73 will: 16 Nov. 1558; prob: 9 Feb. 1558/9; copy: c.1600

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Edward is probably a brother or a cousin to anthony? Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey Saint James Colchester, Essex . Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey Saint James Colchester, Essex

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Will of Guiliel Maxey of Bradwich Hall, Essex 17 November 1661 PROB 11/306

Will of Henry Maxey of Great Saling, Essex 14 November 1661 PROB 11/306

Will of Thomas Maxey, Stationer of London 20 January 1657 PROB 11/261

Will of Simon Maxey, Gentleman of Saint Bartholomew without Westgate Chichester, Sussex 29 March 1641 PROB 11/185 Description

Will of William Maxey, Clerk and Vicar of Thornbery, Gloucestershire Date 02 October 1657 Catalogue reference PROB 11/268

Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers Piece Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 359 – 410 Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

Will of John Maxey of Bletsoe, Bedfordshire 06 November 1657 PROB 11/271

Will of William Maxey, Clerk and Vicar of Thornbery, Gloucestershire 02 October 1657

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NAME:  Maxey, Maxye, John, Gent. DEATH:  1600 VITAL:  Bradwell-Iuxta-Coggeshall, Essex, England VITAL:  Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image NAME:  Elizabeth Maxye SPOUSE:  Robert Mytchell MARRIAGE:  21 Feb 1625 – St Bride Fleet Street, London    Leicestershire, England, Extracted Parish Records Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

NAME:  John Maxye Sarah Marshall VITAL:  28 Jan 1610 – Leicestershire, England VITAL:  Leicestershire: – Register of Marriages, 1539-1812    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image NAME:  Robert Mytchell SPOUSE:  Elizabeth Maxye MARRIAGE:  21 Feb 1625 – St Bride Fleet Street, London

NAME:  Maxey, Thomas VITAL:  1657, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Edward VITAL:  1653, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Robert VITAL:  1656, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  John Hayward William Maxey Robert Chamberlyn John Phillips VITAL:  Suffolk, England VITAL:  Suffolk: – Wills of The Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1625-1626    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Maxie, Anne VITAL:  Jan 1650-1 May 1649 1650, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Nathaniell VITAL:  1653, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Elizabeth VITAL:  1650, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Grevill VITAL:  1649, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Maxie, Anne VITAL:  1651, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxie Maxey VITAL:  General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxie, Maxey, Edward VITAL:  1621, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, John Thos. Maxey VITAL:  1657, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, William VITAL:  1657, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Edward VITAL:  1691, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693

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Thomas Maxey Knotting

1671 Hearth Tax – 4 Parishes Index

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Justice of the Peace

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY IN EARLY MODERN
ENGLAND: HERTFORDSHIRE AND ESSEX, C. 1590- -1630

Sources: Public Record Office: Patent Rolls (C66/1421 – C66/2536); State Papers, Domestic Series, 1547-1625 (SP13/F11;
SP14/33). British Library: Additional MSS 278; Additional MSS 38,139; Egerton MSS 3788; Harley MSS 1622. PRO Lists And
Indexes, No. IX, List of Sheriffs for England and Wales From the Earliest Times to A.D. 1831 (New York: Kraus Reprint
Corporation, 1963).410
1590 1591 1592 1593 1594 1595 1596 1597 1598 1599 1600 1601 1602 1603 1604 1605 1606 1607 1608 1609 1610
Lumley, Martin
Luther, Anthony
Lynne, William
Masham, William
Maxey, Anthony 52 57
Maxey, Henry 79 77 75 74 72 66 40 41 43 41, s 42 42 43

cont…

Sources: Public Record Office: Patent Rolls (C66/1421 – C66/2536); State Papers, Domestic Series, 1547-1625 (SP13/F11;
SP14/33). British Library: Additional MSS 278; Additional MSS 38,139; Egerton MSS 3788; Harley MSS 1622. PRO Lists And
Indexes, No. IX, List of Sheriffs for England and Wales From the Earliest Times to A.D. 1831 (New York: Kraus Reprint
Corporation, 1963).411
1611 1612 1613 1614 1615 1616 1617 1618 1619 1620 1621 1622 1623 1624 1625 1626 1627 1628 1629 1630
Lumley, Martin 50 58 59 57
Luther, Anthony 76 78 69 69 71 71 74 72 73 61
Lynne, William 84 85 60 68 69
Masham, William 62 61 26 26 26, p 25, p p 25 26 27
Maxey, Anthony
Maxey, Henry 43 36 38 33 33 33 32 37 36 36 43

http://etd.lsu.edu/docs/available/etd-1107103-1447

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Burials Index
Infield – Summerlin

9 Dec 1638 Hugh Maxee

24 Oct 1639 Thomas Maxee

19 Feb 1615 Hugh Maxey

14 Feb 1610 Katherine Maxey

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Full text of “The New England historical and genealogical register

Wenham, MA

Chelmsfordm Ma
ith Maxv, m. Feb. 11, 1654, Shndmcb Thayer; had two ehildren that died
young ; and died April 2, 1657*

9. Samuel’ Tarbox (Samuel* John}), born Feb. 6, 1693 ; was united
in marriage Jan. 12, 1716, with Elizabeth Maxey, of Wenham.
They lived in Wenham. Children :

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London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 about Edward Macie
Name: Edward Macie
Baptism Date: 23 Apr 1660
Parish: St Mary, Hampton
County: Middlesex
Borough: Richmond Upon Thames
Parent(s): John Macie,
Sara Macie
Record Type: Baptism

London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 about Edward Macey
Name: Edward Macey
Baptism Date: 23 Sep 1660
Parish: St Mary, Hampton
County: Middlesex
Borough: Richmond Upon Thames
Parent(s): John Macey,
Sarah Macey
Record Type: Baptism

Edward Maxey, of Berks, gent, Christ Church matric (27 Jan), 1597-8, aged 17; B.A. 24 Oct 1604, rector of Broadwell 1609,
and of Stows Maries, Essex, 1613. See Foster’s Index Eccl.

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John Moxey Marriage 18 Jan 1682 St Marylebone, Middlesex Elizab Bishetar
View Record
Mary Moxey Marriage 9 Nov 1684 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey Francis Thotford
View Record
William Moxey Marriage 18 May 1684 St Mary, Stratford Bow, Middlesex Sarah Tilby
View Record
Robert Moxey Burial 1 Jan 1685 St Mary, Stratford Bow, Middlesex
View Record
James Moxey Burial 19 Apr 1686 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey
View Record

Daniel Mooks Christening 31 Jan 1646 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex John Mooks,
Alice Mooks
View Record
Elizab Bishetar Marriage 18 Jan 1682 St Marylebone, Middlesex John Moxey
View Record

Francis Thotford Marriage 9 Nov 1684 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey Mary Moxey
View Record
Sarah Tilby Marriage 18 May 1684 St Mary, Stratford Bow, Middlesex William Moxey
These documents are held at Birmingham City Archives

Covenant. Sir Charles Adderley of Hames, co. War., and John Frechevile of Staveley, Derby. Concerning the payment of £450. (Please order number 557) MS 917/312 26 November 1649
Assignment. Sir Charles Adderley of Hames, co. War., knt., to Elizabeth Flyer of Hints, co. Staff., widow, mother of the said Sir Charles. A bond of Statute Staple for £450 owed to the said Sir Charles, as security for £450 owed by the said Sir Charles to his mother. (Please order number 558) MS 917/313 27 November 1649
Bond. Sir Charles Adderley of Hams Hall, co. War., Anthony Maxey of Bradwell, Essex, Harvie Bagott of Pypehall, Birmingham, Mildred Maxey of Bradwell and John Thornicroft. To secure the sum of £681. (Please order number 617) MS 917/314 9 December 1657

ancestry
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Elizabeth Maxpe Bann Feb 1625 St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London Roberte Mychell
View Record
Thomas Maxpey Burial 11 Jun 1636 St Mildred, Poultry, London

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Edward Moxe Christening 29 Jun 1600 St Margaret Moses, Little Friday Street, London
Jane Macx Marriage 22 Sep 1743 St Alfege, Kent John Betts

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Description Will of Roderick Matey or Matty, Mariner of Wapping, Middlesex

Date 29 June 1670
Catalogue reference PROB 11/333
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Penn Quire Numbers: 67 – 128
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

John Maxey, Gentleman, Wellingborough Northamptonshire
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 19th May 1684
1684 2530930 W John Maxey Gentleman Wellingborough, Northa
Charles Maxey
City of London Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SL | PS, 14th January 1690
Wm. Christopher Charles Maxey William Champion
Edward Maxey, Mariner, Shadwell Middlesex
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 29th June 1691
1691 2530959 W Edward Maxey Mariner Shadwell, Middlesex
Charles Maxey
City of London Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SL | PS, 7th February 1693
then & there lyeing dead by ye Oathes of Benjamin Solley Foreman Charles Maxey Mary Housley
Charles Maxey
City of London Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SL | PS, 7th February 1693
sett their hands ye. day & yeare abovewritten. Benjamin Solley Charles Maxey Thomas Evans
Charles Maxey, Coleman Street Ward Second Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
8282 14/02/001 56 99 Charles Maxey 3.2 1.2 Assessor
Anne Maxey, Farringdon Ward Without St Andrew Holborn Precinct Church Yard Alley
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
15020 21/02/022 24 59 Anne Maxey 2 0
Nathaniel Maxey, Tower Ward (within the City) Petty Wales Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
21415 26/08/001 1 104 Nathaniel Maxey 8 4.8
Joan Maxey, St Paul Shadwell East Side
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
59882 59/00/035 19 143 Joan Maxey 2.8 0 Et al
Charles Maxey
City of London Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SL | PS, 15th January 1694
ett sr. hands the day & yeare first above written. Al Williams Charles Maxey Tho: Evance
Stephen Maxey, OldBaileyVictim
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials, 7th July 1697
John Goddard and Stephen Maxey , on the 22d of May last. It appeared that the Prisoner came into the Shop, and pretended to buy some Cloath, and whilst the Prosecutor was busy with other

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Anthony Maxey, WIlliam, Greville, William, Edward Sr?
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Anthony Maxey
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anthony Maxey (died 3 May 1618), was the dean of Windsor.
Maxey was apparently a native of Essex. He was educated on the foundation at Westminster School[1], whence he was elected to Trinity College, Cambridge, on 18 April 1578[2], and graduated B.A. in 1581, M.A. in 1585, B.D. in 1594, and D.D. in 1608[3], but he failed to obtain a fellowship at Trinity. James I, out of admiration for his florid pulpit eloquence and dislike of tobacco, made him his chaplain, and on 21 June 1612 appointed him dean of Windsor and registrar of the order of the Garter[4].
Maxey offered money to Sir Henry Hobart for preferment[5], and two months before his death made the highest bid for the vacant see of Norwich[6]. He died on 3 May 1618, and was buried in the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, his wife having predeceased him without issue. By will he made liberal provision for his poor kinsfolk and servants, but ‘unto Roger my cooke, beinge verye lewde in his tongue, and besides corrupting my clarke, Roberte Berrye, with tobacco and drinckinge,’ he bequeathed nothing, ‘neyther in money nor mourninge cloke.’ He left his books, or as many as the authorities cared to take, to ‘our publique library,’ presumably that of the university of Cambridge[7].
Maxey published three sermons preached before the king, with the title The Churches Sleepe and The Golden Chaine of Mans Saluation, and the fearefull point of hardening, 3 pts. 8vo, London, 1606; 3rd edit. 1607. Other editions, with additional sermons, were issued in 1610, 1614, 1619, and 1634.
[edit]References

^ Welch, Alumni Westmon. ed. 1852, p. 54
^ College Admission Register
^ Maxey, Anthony in Venn, J. & J. A., Alumni Cantabrigienses, Cambridge University Press, 10 vols, 1922–1958.
^ Le Neve, Fasti, ed. Hardy, iii. 375
^ letter in Tanner MS. cclxxxiii. 195
^ Cal. State Papers, Dom. 1611-18, p. 532
^ will registered in P. C. C. 47, Meade
“Maxey, Anthony”. Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.
Maxey, Anthony
Matric. pens. from TRINITY, Easter 1578; scholar from Westminster; B.A. 1581/2 ; M.A. 1585 ; B.D. 1594 ; D.D. 1608 .
Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) 07 May, 1589.
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 03 May, 1618.
Buried at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, Will, P.C.C. (D.N.B.)
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.)

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Anthony Maxey (died 3 May 1618), was the dean of Windsor.

Maxey was apparently a native of Essex. He was educated on the foundation at Westminster School[1], whence he was elected to Trinity College, Cambridge, on 18 April 1578[2], and graduated B.A. in 1581, M.A. in 1585, B.D. in 1594, and D.D. in 1608[3], but he failed to obtain a fellowship at Trinity. James I, out of admiration for his florid pulpit eloquence and dislike of tobacco, made him his chaplain, and on 21 June 1612 appointed him dean of Windsor and registrar of the order of the Garter[4].

Maxey offered money to Sir Henry Hobart for preferment[5], and two months before his death made the highest bid for the vacant see of Norwich[6]. He died on 3 May 1618, and was buried in the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, his wife having predeceased him without issue. By will he made liberal provision for his poor kinsfolk and servants, but ‘unto Roger my cooke, beinge verye lewde in his tongue, and besides corrupting my clarke, Roberte Berrye, with tobacco and drinckinge,’ he bequeathed nothing, ‘neyther in money nor mourninge cloke.’ He left his books, or as many as the authorities cared to take, to ‘our publique library,’ presumably that of the university of Cambridge[7].

Maxey published three sermons preached before the king, with the title The Churches Sleepe and The Golden Chaine of Mans Saluation, and the fearefull point of hardening, 3 pts. 8vo, London, 1606; 3rd edit. 1607. Other editions, with additional sermons, were issued in 1610, 1614, 1619, and 1634.

References
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Eh’zabeth, mar. Edmund Clay of St. Andrew’s, Holborn ; mar. He. 9 April 1669,
aet. 17 ; (to be) mar. at St. James’s, Clerkenwell.

iHajcep of 3Bur5{)4e=iEar«ft*

Robert Maxev of Burgh,=f=Alice, dan. of John Westlyd
dead in 1603* | of Bra toft.

Richard Maxey of Burgh, son and heir (called nep]iew=y=Susan, dan. of

in the will of John Westlyd of Bratoft, dated 8 Sept.
1603); living 1634.

John Bayley of
Normanby.

William Maxey,
about 26, 1634.

set.

John Maxey, 2Dd son.

Anne, 1st dau.,
legatee of John
W^estlyd 1603 ;
mar. John Pat-
chett of Boston.

Elizabeth, 2nd dan.,
legatee of John
Westlyd 1603; mar.
John Sibsey of
Burgh.

Frances, 3rd dau.,
mar. John Hall of
Burgh.

Susan, 4th dau.

…. Maxey .=rAlice, dau. of John We8tlyd=r. . . . Yater.
1st husband, of Bratoft. j 2nd husband.

John
Maxey.

I
Marie.

Cathe-
rine.

Legatees in 1 603.

Avisse, mar. lie. 25= Richard Cooke
Jan. 161 3-14, aet. 23. of Wiuthorpe,
‘ labourer,aet.27.

I

GeorgeYater,
legatee in
1603.

[NOTB.— In the will of John Westlyd of Bratoft, dated 8 Sept. 1603, proved 2 April 1606, he
appoints his nepheio Richard Maxey ex’or and trustee for his grandson VVilliara Westlyd and the
children of his dau. Alice Yater, viz., John, Marie, Catherine, and Avisse Maxey ; but if the
pedigree above given is correct, Richard Maxey would be his grandson. I append a petligree
constructed from John Weetlyd’s will. — A. B. M.J

yOL. II.

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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

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

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Maxey

Alexander b.1668 – Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts
Esther b.1706 – Attleboro, Bristol, Massachusetts

442. Alexander Maxey was born in 1668 in Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts. He died on 20 Sep 1723 in Attleboro, Bristol, Massachusetts. He married Abigail Miles. [Parents]

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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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166 KNIGHTS BACHELORS

1617, Sept. 5. FRANCIS CRANE, secretary to the Prince, chancellor
of the Order of the Garter) (at Warwick ? Coventry).

1617, Sept. 5. WILLIAM BURLACIE, of Bucks, (ibid).

1617, Sept. 5. HUMPHREY FERRERS, of Co. Warwick, (ibid).

1617, Sept. 5 (6). ARTHUR (WILLIAM) MAXEY, of Co. Warwick

(ibid ? at Compton).

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY IN EARLY MODERN
ENGLAND: HERTFORDSHIRE AND ESSEX, C. 1590- -1630

42
Heal and Ho lmes, The Gentry in England and Wales, 170-172.

43
See Appendix No. 2. The Ayloffes, Francis Barrington, Christopher Chilborne,
the Fanshawes, Richard Franke, Henry Gent, the Grimstons, William Higham, Thomas
Lucas, Henry Maxey, Thomas Meade, the Mildmays, Andrew Pashnall, the Petres, the
Powles, the Riches, John Sammes, the Waldegraves, and the Wisemans. Of the fifty- five
confirmed death dates for all 274 Essex JPs, forty-two justices ended their careers in
death; the true figure is probably much higher
Appendix No. 2
Justices of the Peace for the County of Essex, 1590-1630
1590 1591 1592 1593 1594 1595 1596 1597 1598 1599 1600 1601 1602 1603 1604 1605 1606 1607 1608 1609 1610
Lumley, Martin
Luther, Anthony
Lynne, William
Masham, William
Maxey, Anthony 52 57
Maxey, Henry 79 77 75 74 72 66 40 41 43 41, s 42 42 43

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Marriages at St Anne

in the Parish of Woodplumpton
http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/St-Michael-on-Wyre/stannew/marriages_1694-1716.html
Marriage: 30 Nov 1698 St Anne, Woodplumpton, Lancashire, England
William Maxey? – of the Parish of Kirkham
Kathrine Ashton – of the Parish of Kirkham
Register: Marriages 1694 – 1716, Page 1, Entry 14
Source: LDS Film 1470949

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1695 london inhabitants

Marsey, :
Edw, ser, St Michael, Crooked Lane (page 22)
John; Sar, w, St Helen (page 12)
Sponsor
Centre for Metropolitan History
Publication
London Inhabitants within the Walls 1695
Author
London Record Society
Year published
1966
Supporting documents
List of abbreviations
Pages
192-211
Citation
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‘Surnames beginning ‘M”, London Inhabitants within the Walls 1695 (1966), pp. 192-211. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=426&strquery=marsey Date accessed: 23 October 2011. Add to my bookshelf

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Covering dates 1649

Held by
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status Public Record(s)
Wm. {William?} Maxee, Haynes, yeo. HSA/1670 S/1
— Allowing conventicle in his house on Sundays B.V. William Maxee of Hawnes, yeoman for having & Conventicle in his house. [Bedfordshire and Luton, Records of the High…]
Date: 1670
Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives
Online Document PROB 11/428
Will of John Maxee Seaman and now belonging to their Majesty’s Ship Duchess Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, Surrey . Will of John Maxee Seaman and now belonging to their Majesty’s Ship Duchess Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsey, Surrey
Date: 1695
Source: DocumentsOnline (images of documents from The National Archives)
Board of Trade: Companies Registration Office: Fil… BT 31/29589/215872
Company No: 215872; Maxee Syndicate Ltd. Incorporated in 1926. Dissolved between 1926 and 1932 . Company No: 215872; Maxee Syndicate Ltd. Incorporated in 1926. Dissolved between 1926 and 1932 Board of Trade: Companies Registration Office: Files of Dissolved
Date: 1926 – 1932
Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives
PRESENTMENTS OF RECUSANTS HSA/1685 W/20 – 23
of Silsoe Abraham Barber of Pulloxhill, yeoman Richard Richardson of the same, yeoman, & — his wife John Hoggins of Hawnes, yeoman John Warrin of the same, yeoman Samuel Maxee of the same, yeoman Lawrence Bunyon of Westoning, yeoman William Cripsey of
Date: 1685
1697
Treasury warrant to Sir Thomas Trevor, Attorney General, to enter a noli prosequi as to the King’s part of the information against 200 bundles of Baguillas shipped by the Cadiz correspondent of Nath. Maxie and John Maxie of London, merchants on board the Nostra Senora de Virgunia which arrived in Oct. last, against which Thomas Stisted exhibited an information as forfeited by being imported in a foreign bottom: the point of law being the same with that in the case of Isaac Portello supra Tr. Cal. X, p. 1098 where the seizure was ordered to be discharged, the information in this case being vexatious and not brought by an officer of the Customs. Out Letters (Customs) XIII, p. 342.

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Will of William Macy, Gentleman of Winterborne Stickland, Dorset 12 July 1677 PROB 11/354

Will of Elizabeth Macy alias Banstone or Macie, Widow of Andover, Hampshire 28 April 1659 PROB 11/289

Will of George Macy or Macie, Yeoman of Westbury, Wiltshire 02 May 1657 PROB 11/263

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Will of John Measy or Masey, Mariner belonging to Their Majesty’s Ship Coronation of Southwark, Surrey 23 September 1691 PROB 11/406

Will of William Masey, Gentleman of Bridgwater, Somerset 14 April 1688 PROB 11/391

Will of William Mace alias Masey, Blacksmith of Saint Peter in the East, Oxfordshire 15 December 1647 PROB 11/202

Will of Christopher Masey, Yeoman of Denham, Buckinghamshire 20 January 1620 PROB 11/135

Will of Edward Masey, Tallow Chandler of London 27 December 1608 PROB 11/112

24 Jan 1639

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

Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records about Guilielmus Maxey Guilielmi Elisabethae
Text: 23 Nov 1651 Guilielmus Maxey filius Guilielmi et Elisabethae uxoris.
Book: Cristeninges or Baptysynges
Collection: Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850

England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906 about John Maxie
Name: John Maxie
Gender: Male
Birth Date: abt 1638
Christening Date: 24 Jun 1638
Christening Place: Hartford, Huntingdonshire, England
Father’s Name: William Maxie
Mother’s Name: Anne

NAME:
Joseph Maxey
PARENTS:
William Maxey
BIRTH:
abt 1630
BAPTISM:
7 Nov 1630 – St Thomas, Surrey
Public Member Stories

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Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:
John Hayward William Maxey Robert Chamberlyn John Phillips
VITAL:
Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: – Wills of The Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1625-1626
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:
Maxey, William
VITAL:
1657, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
Lancashire, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
Maxey, William
VITAL:
1614 – Alvingham, Lancashire, England
VITAL:
Lancashire: Penwortham -Parish Registers, 1608-1755
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
Thomas Smith William Maxey George Smith
VITAL:
Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
Mr. Muskett William Maxey
VITAL:
Shotley, Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey
VITAL:
Wymendham, co. Leicester, Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey
VITAL:
East Bergholt, Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey Sir Henry Felton Robert Firman
VITAL:
17 Apr 1644 – Cambridge, Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey
VITAL:
1644 1687 – Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey
VITAL:
1644 1686 1664 – Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey
VITAL:
1644 1686 1664 – Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey
VITAL:
Feb 1644 – Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
William Maxey Thomas Thrumbolds
VITAL:
1656 1677 – Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
Oxford University Alumni, 1500-1886

Schools, Directories & Church Histories
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NAME:
William Maxey

Oxford University Alumni, 1500-1886

Schools, Directories & Church Histories
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NAME:
William Seele Maxey

Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900

Schools, Directories & Church Histories

NAME:
William Maxey
OTHER:
1634
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812

Birth, Marriage & Death
View Image
NAME:
John Maxey

Lancashire, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
Anne Maxey Borscow
VITAL:
15 Feb 1657 – Lancashire, England
VITAL:
Lancashire: Aughton – Parish Register, 1541-1764
Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records

Birth, Marriage & Death

NAME:
Mr. Maxey Maxies or Maxys Sir William Maxy
VITAL:
Essex, Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)

NAME:
John Maxie
FATHER:
William Maxie
BIRTH:
abt 1638
BAPTISM:
24 Jun 1638 – Hartford, Huntingdonshire, England
OTHER:
1638

Brunwin, as borne by Milbourne Peter Carter Brunwin, Esq., of Park House, Bradwell, near Coggeshall, Essex, Lord of the Manor, and Patron of the Living of Bradwell,
eldest son of the late Rev. Martin John Brunwin, whose mother, Ann I’runwin, eldest surviving child of Milhourne Carter, Esq., of Braintree, came into possession of
the estate of Bradwell, with its ancient Hall, so long the seat of the old family of Maxey, at the decease of her brother’s widow, 23rd Feb., 1819. Milbourne Carter,
Esq., was younger son of John Carter, Esq., of Braintree, nephew of Martin Carter, who was the last owner of that name, of Great Saling Halle, Essex, and brother of
Martin Carter, Esq., who succeeded, under the will of his aunt, Elizabeth (Carter), widow of Anthony Maxey, Esq., to the estate of Bradwell.

Lancashire, England, Extracted Parish Records about Maxey, William
Text: Maxey, William, labourer, Alvingham, 1614 : Axi, 216; B I, 186.
Book: Marriages. (Marriage)
Collection: Lancashire: Penwortham -Parish Registers, 1608-1755

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UK, Extracted Probate Records about Maxey, Francis
Text: Maxey, Francis, Thornbury
Book: Burialls 1604. (Burial)
Collection: Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop of Gloucester, 1660-1800

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error undated material henry and rebeccas ?

London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 about Thomas Maxey
Name: Thomas Maxey
Parish: St Benet Paul´S Wharf
County: London
Borough: City of London
Parent(s): Tho Maxey
Record Type: Christening

London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 about John Maxey
Name: John Maxey
Parish: St Benet Paul´S Wharf
County: London
Borough: City of London
Parent(s): Thomas Maxey
Record Type: Christening

London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 about Ann Maxey
Name: Ann Maxey
Parish: Christ Church, Southwark
County: Surrey
Borough: Southwark
Parent(s): Henry Maxey,
Rebecca Maxey
Record Type: Baptism

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Will of Henry Maxeye of Stebbing, labourer

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Category Archdeaconry records
Level: Fonds COMMISSARY OF BISHOP OF LONDON
Level: Sub-Fonds WILLS
Level: Item Will of Henry MAXEYE of Stebbing, labourer

Level:
Item
Reference Code D/ABW 43/212
Dates of Creation 20 September 1620
Extent 1 item
Title [Will of Henry MAXEYE of Stebbing, labourer]
Date From 1620
Date To 1620

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Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo FM I/22
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 6 April 1699
Description Maxey, William and Pritchard, Elizabeth
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.

Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo FM I/8
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 30 October 1677
Description Lloyd, Evan and Maxey, Elizabeth
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 238Film 246

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo FM I/7
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 28 January 1674
Description Warner, Henry and Maxey, Mary
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 238

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Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VB 1/1/176
Title Maxey, Maxie, James Burbage (of Hayes, Kent, esq., bachelor)
Date 1666
Description Licence to marry Elizabeth Burley, of Hayes, virgin
Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 719
CALMNo Click here to see this record in its hierarchical context.

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VM I/6
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 10 Feb 1669
Description Edward Maxey, of St Margaret’s, Westmr, Gent., Bachr, abt 25, & Elizabeth Glascock, of the same, Wid., abt 26; at St Margaret’s, Westmr, St Martin’s in the Fields, or St Mary, Savoy, Midd. [Entry cancelled.]
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 442
edward 25 yrs possibly proves/disproves this edward as son of nathaniel 25 yrs old if edward jr dies 1720 75 if he died in 1740ish 95ish . this would suggest edward a son of possible henry or william of bradwelll hall but there is no other proof of sons and the namesake is all but gone.
unknown
Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VM I/13
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 5 Mar 1685
Description Nathaniell Ponder, of St Mildred, Poultry, Lond., Cit. & Stationer, Widr, abt 40, & Mrs Elizabeth Maxey, of Wellingborough, co. Northton, Wid.; at Wellingborough or Harrowden the Great or Less in the sd co. [Not attested in margin.]
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 445

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VM I/13
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 5 Oct 1685
Description Nathaniel Maxey, of Allhallows Barking, Lond., Mercht, Bachr, above 32, & Mary Crispe, of Clapham, Surrey, Spr, abt 20, with consent of her father; alleged by Owen Buckingham, of St Mildred’s, Bread Street, Lond., Salter; at Clapham or [blank].
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 445

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VM I/15
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 7 Dec 1687
Description Peter Davy, of St Bottolph’s, Algate, Lond., Shipwright, Widr, abt 37, & Sarah Maxey, of St Stephen, Walbrook, Lond., Spr, abt 28, at own disp.; at All Hallows in the Wall, Lond.
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 446

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VM I/15
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 17 Feb 1688
Description John Bockett, of St Christopher’s, Lond., Mercht, Widr, abt 30, & Martha Maxey, of St Mildred’s, Bread Street, Lond., Spr, abt 20, with consent of her father; at St Michaell’s, Cornhill, Lond.
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 446

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo VB 1/1/176
Title Maxey, Maxie, James Burbage (of Hayes, Kent, esq., bachelor)
Date 1666
Description Licence to marry Elizabeth Burley, of Hayes, virgin
Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 719

Repository Lambeth Palace Library
Level Item
OrderNo FM I/5
Title Marriage Allegation
Date 5 December 1664
Description Maxy, Henry and Lowe, als. Lough Sarah
AccessConditions For preservation reasons, original material is not produced. Please use microfilm.
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Copies Microfilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 238
Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File MIDSUMMER 1614

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 207/98
Dates of Creation 27 June 1614
Scope and Content CERTIFICATE that Ann wife of Thomas rowlwood of East Tilbury gentleman Came before Sir Henry Maxey and Sir Thomas wise man justices and took the Oath of Allegiance.

Signatures of: Henry MACEY, Thomas Wyseman.
Date From 1614
Date To 1614

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EASTER 1624

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 244/80
Scope and Content CALENDAR of prisoners in the Gaol at the castle at colchester ware for his ill behaviour.

John Fuller, by warrant of Richard Francke esq. for suspicion of felony.

Haith. urrell, b warrant of Henry MACEY knight for suspicion of felony.

Tho. Miller, Richard Harrison. James Baker, kept in Gaol until Easter Sessions. To be kept for the Assizes.

Frs. Duckett, for felony. Read and discharged.
Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EASTER 1609

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 187/43
Dates of Creation June 1608
Scope and Content Indictment of John Lighton of Halstead (as in 187/28). Subscribed by Sir Henry Naxey knt. and William Wrothe esq. Fined 12d.
Date From 1608
Date To 1608

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EPIPHANY 1616

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 212/57
Dates of Creation 20 December 1615
Scope and Content Indictment of Thomas Herbert gentleman and adam Thurgood yeoman, both of great saling, 20 Dec., broke into a messuage and 26 scres of land being the free tenement of Sir Henry Naxey kt., and forcibly ejected John Longe the farmer thereof, who has remained ejected from 10 December until the date of this bill viz. 11 January Witness, Marian Longe.
Date From 1615
Date To 1615
Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EPIPHANY 1613

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 201/95
Scope and Content MEMORANDUM used as wrapper. General Sessions of the peace held at Chelmsford, Thomas Earl of Suffolk Custos Rotulorum, on Thursday after the Feast of the Epiphany, being 8 January 10 James, before Francis Barrington knight and bart., William Haynerd knight and bart., William Ayloffe knight and bart., John Sammes, Gamaliel capell, Richard Weston, William Smyth, Henry Naxey, Thomas Harrys, Andrew Paschall, Anthony Everard, Thomas Gardyner kts., Humph. Mildmay, William Towse, Robert Clerke, Thomas Fanshave, William Wroth, John Tanfield, John (?Stephen), Robert Sandford, Richard Cotton and Francis Barnard esqs.

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EASTER 1609

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 187/43
Dates of Creation June 1608
Scope and Content Indictment of John Lighton of Halstead (as in 187/28). Subscribed by Sir Henry Naxey knt. and William Wrothe esq. Fined 12d.
Date From 1608
Date To 1608

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EASTER 1609

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 187/43
Dates of Creation June 1608
Scope and Content Indictment of John Lighton of Halstead (as in 187/28). Subscribed by Sir Henry Naxey knt. and William Wrothe esq. Fined 12d.
Date From 1608
Date To 1608

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Series SESSIONS ROLLS
Level: File EPIPHANY 1616

Level:
Item
Reference Code Q/SR 212/57
Dates of Creation 20 December 1615
Scope and Content Indictment of Thomas Herbert gentleman and adam Thurgood yeoman, both of great saling, 20 Dec., broke into a messuage and 26 scres of land being the free tenement of Sir Henry Naxey kt., and forcibly ejected John Longe the farmer thereof, who has remained ejected from 10 December until the date of this bill viz. 11 January Witness, Marian Longe.
Date From 1615
Date To 1615

Repository: 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 35/136/2] Assizes held at Brentwood 10 July 1695

Level:
Item
Reference Code T/A 418/217/10
Scope and Content Indictment of Richard Clarke of Stambourne labourer, 26 April 6 William III, there stole a branded. Witnesses: Edmund Davis, Thomas Maksey, Daniel Andrews, James Bowdell, Daniel Whitly. [ASS 35/136/2/10]

1695
Chief Constables:-
BECONTREE:- Blackborne Poulton, William Symonds; BARSTABLE:- John Vermay [sic], Nathaniel Darbey: CHELMSFORD:- John Greene, Robert Spurgeon; CLAVERING:- Henry Patten, Thomas Warrick; DUNMOW:- William Raymond, John Davis; DENGIE:- John Foster, William Galdwyn; FRESHWELL:- Math. Mascall, Samuel Clarke[?]; HARLOW:- tho. Bennett, John Spilltimber; HINCKFORD:- Francis Innever, John Merriton, John Disher; LEXDEN:- Richard Shortland, Issac Lorkyn; ONGAR:- William Wright, Richard Waylett; ROCHFORD:- Peter Jarvis, Joseph Trotter; TENDRING:- John Scarse, Thomas Sadler; THURSTABLE:- Jarvis, Joseph Trotter; TENDRING:- John Scarse, Thomas Sadler; THURSTABLE:- James Bird, William Shippie; WINSTREE:- John Tye, Richard Stone; UTTLESFORD:- Thomas Buck, John Thorowgood; WALTHAM:- Thomas North; CHAFFORD:- William MAYSEY, John Crofts; WITHAM:- John Alderton, Mark Stafford.

Indictment: William Pawne of High Ongar, gentleman, William MARSEY of Good Easter, gentleman, John Lykeres of High Ongar, labour, and Henry Wyttin of the same, carpenter, for breaking into the garden of Thomas Burle called Collyers garden at the same, assaulting Agnes, wife of the said Thomas, and shutting her up in a barn, built by the said Thomas in the garden, for three hours. Each fined 6d.

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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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John Maxey Burial 1 Dec 1613 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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John Maxey Marriage 3 Jun 1627 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Elizabeth West
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Ralph Maxey Christening 17 Aug 1628 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paule
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Bryan Maxey Burial 19 Mar 1629 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex
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John Maxey Burial 21 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John
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Johnye Maxey Baptism 12 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John Maxey
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Eliz Maxey Marriage 21 Dec 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London George Bingley
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Joseph Maxey Baptism 7 Nov 1630 St Thomas, Surrey William Maxey
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Paull Maxey Christening 4 Jul 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Paull Maxey Burial 8 Jul 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Joseph Maxey Marriage 22 Jan 1631 St Giles Cripplegate, London Dionis Meade
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride Fleet Street, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride Fleet Street, London
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Eliz Maxey Christening 4 May 1632 St Giles Cripplegate, London Baull
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John Maxey Christening 15 Feb 1634 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey John Maxey
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An Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1635 St Katherine Coleman, London Richard
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Henry Maxey Burial 23 Aug 1635 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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Susanna Maxey Christening 31 Jan 1635 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paule
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Wm Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1636 St Giles Cripplegate, London Nathaniell
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Paule Maxey Burial 28 Jul 1637 St Giles Cripplegate, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 20 Dec 1637 St Giles Cripplegate, London Beecher
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Elizabeth Maxey Burial 25 Dec 1640 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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John Maxey Marriage 22 Nov 1641 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Agnes Joanes
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Susan Maxey Burial 15 Aug 1641 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Ann Maxey Burial 3 Oct 1642 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas,
Ann
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Anne Maxey Baptism 20 Nov 1642 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas Maxey,
Anne Maxey
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Ann Maxey Burial 14 Oct 1643 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas,
Ann
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Elizabeth Maxey Christening 30 Nov 1645 St Saviour, Surrey Hugh Maxey
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Hugh Maxey Burial 15 Jun 1646 St Saviour, Surrey
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Sar Maxey Burial Mar 1647/1648 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey James
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Luke Maxey Burial 14 Nov 1650 St Andrew Holborn, London
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Nathaniel Maxey Baptism 29 Oct 1650 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Nathaniel Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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John Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1653 St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London Thomas
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Jone Maxey Burial 13 May 1654 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Nathaniell Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Burial 7 Jan 1656 St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London
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John Maxey Burial 20 Sep 1661 St Andrew Holborn, London
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John Maxey Burial 8 Dec 1662 St Andrew Holborn, London
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James Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1668 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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James Maxey Marriage 14 Feb 1669/1670 St George The Martyr, Surrey Ann Roberts
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Maxey Christening 30 Dec 1670 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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Mr Anthony Maxey Burial 5 Jan 1670/1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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Beniamin Maxey Christening 14 Aug 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex Nathaniell Maxey,
Lucie Maxey
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Elizabeth Maxey Marriage 12 Dec 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex William Toces
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George Maxey Burial 20 Oct 1670 St Mary, Newington, Surrey Robert

Mary Maxey Marriage 11 Dec 1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey Edward Hall
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Prince Maxey Burial 25 Jul 1672 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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James Maxey Christening 3 Aug 1673 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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James Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1673 St George The Martyr, Surrey James
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Richard Maxey Burial 2 Nov 1673 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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James Maxey Christening 28 Sep 1674 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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James Maxey Burial 24 Nov 1674 St George The Martyr, Surrey James
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Jane Maxey Christening 29 Nov 1674 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey
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Daniell Maxey Christening 28 Nov 1675 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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Charles Maxey Christening 3 Oct 1676 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Maxey Burial 8 Aug 1677 St Mary At Lambeth, Surrey
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Susanna Maxey Burial 1 Apr 1677 St Mary Aldermary, London
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Andrew Maxey Marriage 22 May 1678 Holy Trinity Minories, London Dorothy Reynolds
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Joseph Maxey Christening 18 Mar 1678 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Sarah Maxey Christening 6 Oct 1679 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Benjamin Maxey Christening 17 Oct 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Benjamin Maxey Burial 18 Oct 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Nathaniell Maxey Marriage 24 Jun 1680 All Hallows London Wall, London Sarah Atkins
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Sarah Maxey Burial 27 Aug 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Benjamin Maxey Christening 18 Sep 1681 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Daniell Maxey Burial 18 May 1681 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James
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James Maxey Burial 16 Sep 1681 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James
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Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1682 St Stephen Coleman Street, London
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Mildred Maxey Burial 26 Jan 1683 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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Elizabeth Maxey Christening 21 Jun 1685 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James Maxey,
Ann Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Christening 25 Jan 1685 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Burial 27 Jan 1685 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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George Maxey Marriage 1 Sep 1686 St George The Martyr, Surrey Ellinor Bartlett
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Joseph Maxey Burial 22 Jun 1686 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Martha Maxey Marriage 23 Feb 1687 St Michael Cornhill, London John Bookett
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Sarah Maxey Marriage 8 Dec 1687 All Hallows London Wall, London Peter Davy
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Mary Maxey Baptism 17 May 1688 Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey Nathaniel Maxey,
Mary Maxey
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Martha Maxey Burial 30 Mar 1689 St Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex
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Jane Maxey Marriage 5 Feb 1694 All Hallows London Wall, London Samuel Perrey
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John Maxey Marriage 20 May 1696 St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London Rebecca Gutterige
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Rebecca Maxey Baptism 2 Apr 1699 St Mary Staining, London Jno Maxey,
Eliz Maxey

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Anthony Nacey Marriage 22 Jul 1641 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex Blanch Sampson

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Middlesex, England, Extracted Parish Records about Edward Freeman Robert Maxey
Text: Edward Freeman of St. Sepulchre’s, grocer, for beating Robert Maxey, constable.
Book: Additional Baptisms. (Baptism)
Collection: Middlesex: – Calendar To The Sessions Records, 1615-1616

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Record Type: Burial
Text: Maxey, Edward, mar., Shadwell, Mdx. 1691 102
Book: Year Folio
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693

Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900 about Edward Maxey

Name: Edward Maxey
More Information: B.A. 1529-30.
possible son brother of nathaniel or disproves nathaniel lines and this edward died returning to colonies?
Add Update Edward Maxey Burial 5 Mar 1723 St Andrew Undershaft City of London William, Mary
Add Update Christian Marriot Burial 9 Mar 1723 St Andrew Undershaft City of London
Add Update Mary Maxey Burial 12 Mar 1723 St Andrew Undershaft City of London William, Mary

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Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
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NAME:
Edward Measey
RESIDENCE:
London, England
OTHER:
9 Dec 1682

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PhysicalDescription
Seal: small round seal in brown wax.
Description Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey of Saint James Colchester, Essex
Date 25 March 1615
Catalogue reference PROB 11/125
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Rudd Quire Numbers: 1 – 66
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference
Will of Anthony Maxie, Doctor in Divinity and Dean of King’s free Chapel in Windsor of New Windsor, Berkshire 18 May 1618 PROB 11/131

Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey of Saint James Colchester, Essex 25 March 1615 PROB 11/125

Description Will of Symon Maxy or Maxye, Gentleman of Saint Katherine London

Date 22 March 1670
Catalogue reference PROB 11/332
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Penn Quire Numbers: 1 – 66
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference

Charles Maxey
City of London Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SL | PS, 15th January 1694
ett sr. hands the day & yeare first above written. Al Williams Charles Maxey Tho: Evance
Stephen Maxey, OldBaileyVictim
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials, 7th July 1697
John Goddard and Stephen Maxey , on the 22d of May last. It appeared that the Prisoner came into the Shop, and pretended to buy some Cloath, and whilst the Prosecutor was busy with other

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Simon Maxe, Wooll sack alley Crabb Court
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1686
60683 Burial Simon Maxe male parents not named

Nathaniel Macey, Farringdon Ward Within First Division St Augustines Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
12608 20/01/005 36 70 Nathaniel Macey 4.6 0.3
Georgius Macey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st February 1695
. Information 16 Feb: 1694/5 Eliza Georgius Macey de Le Turr London gen Marshall Ar rd Dani

Nathaniel Macey, Farringdon Ward Within First Division St Augustines Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
12608 20/01/005 36 70 Nathaniel Macey 4.6 0.3

Georgius Macey

Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st February 1695
. Information 16 Feb: 1694/5 Eliza Georgius Macey de Le Turr London gen Marshall Ar rd Dani

Robtus Mocey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st December 1699
Magee Margta 31 Mackay Jana 46 Mocey Robtus 89 Mitchell Dan : 90 Masters Margta
Robtus Mocey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st December 1699
Magee Margta 31 Mackay Jana 46 Mocey Robtus 89 Mitchell Dan : 90 Masters Margta

Mary Madey, Widow, Great Staughton Huntingdonshire
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 4th May 1695
1695 2530979 W Mary Madey Widow Great Staughton, Huntingdo
James Madey, Yeoman, Burford Oxfordshire

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Samuill Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
5188 Baptism Samuill Makey male
John Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
86056 Baptism John Makey Surname is not given.
Mary Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
86057 Baptism Mary Makey Surname is not given.
Margaret Makey, King hary yard

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Katharine Masey, OldBaileyDefendant, Servant, Hackney
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials, 29th April 1685
Katharine Masey , of the parish of Hackney , Indicted for stealing one Clock Gold Watch, value 30l.
William Masey, Gentleman, Bridgwater Somerset
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 14th April 1688
1688 2530945 W William Masey Gentleman Bridgwater, Somerset
Eliza Masey
City of London Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SL | PS, 5th July 1696
Jurat her quinto die Julij Annd 1696 Coram me Edw Clarke the Marke of ElizaMasey London Ss
Thomas Masey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st October 1696
humble manner Sheweth yt yor. Pettr. Mary Jolby an Inhabitant of ye Parish of St Andrews Holborne havinga next abuse at the hands of one ThomasMasey als Massy upon ye account of a more wch yor Pettrswith in Custody and the said Thomas Masey
Thomas Masey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st October 1696
borne havinga next abuse at the hands of one Thomas Masey als Massy upon ye account of a more wch yor Pettrswith in Custody and the said Thomas Masey als Massy a Bay as follower Demanding and Challengingyour
Thomas Masey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st October 1696
hat Chargeswere atye Mare as was ordered by ye Worshipfull Justice Ireton, but ye Said Massy violently took away ye Mare and yor. Pettr. and saving where was hisfor so doing ye sd Thomas Masey als Massy be it and abused yor. Pettr.wch Child at She has been Came ofever some and likewise he face was so sevall by ye abuse yt yor. Pet
Tho Masey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st October 1696
Moxam Thomas 25 Malenux Maria 28 Masey Tho – 45 Mouck Ricus 48 Morin Anth
Thomas Masey, OldBaileyVictim
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials, 7th July 1697
, was indicted for feloniously stealing two Silver Tankards, a Portinger, Salt, and Cup , the Goods of Thomas Masey , on the 24th of June last, to which Indictment she pleaded guilty .

Samuill Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
5188 Baptism Samuill Makey male
John Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
86056 Baptism John Makey Surname is not given.
Mary Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
86057 Baptism Mary Makey Surname is not given.

Mary Madey, Widow, Great Staughton Huntingdonshire
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 4th May 1695
1695 2530979 W Mary Madey Widow Great Staughton, Huntingdo
James Madey, Yeoman, Burford Oxfordshire

Elisabeth Marsey, Goodmans Yard
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1688
62050 Burial Elisabeth Marsey female
Jane Marsey, Castel yard
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1688
62171 Burial Jane Marsey female widow(er)
John Marsey, Goodmans Yard
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1688
142388 Burial John Marsey
Elizabeth Marsey, Glasse howse y[ar]d
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1689
1067 Baptism Elizabeth Marsey female
Michaell Marsey, Glasse howse y[ar]d
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1689
78022 Baptism Michaell Marsey male
Lea Marsey, wife, Glasse howse y[ar]d
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1689
78023 Baptism Lea Marsey female wife
Daniell Marsey, High Street precinct
List of Inhabitants with Tax Paid and Household Size, 1st January 1690
COL/CHD/LA/03/18/2 2 55 Daniell Marsey 1690 High Street precinct
Michll Marsey, Tower Hill Precinct
List of Inhabitants with Tax Paid and Household Size, 1st January 1690
COL/CHD/LA/03/18/2 5 346 Michll Marsey 1690 Tower Hill Precinct
Mary Marsey
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1692
2221 Baptism Mary Marsey female
Michaell Marsey
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1692
80296 Baptism Michaell Marsey male
Susan Marsey, wife
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1692
80297 Baptism Susan Marsey female wife
Thomas Marsey, St Giles in the Fields Cock and Pye fields Green Dragon Yard
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
49901 49/04/001 27 45 Thomas Marsey 1.6 0
Michael Marsey, Glasse house yard
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1694
57478 Burial Michael Marsey
Jana Marsey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st July 1698
: 8 MuKath: Miles Jacobus Marsey Jana 77 Muschett Willus 141 Marsh Wm

Hannah Mackey
St Clement Danes Parish : Minutes of Parish Vestries CD | MV, 23rd December 1687
?02 00S 00D Ansteed Forraker ?02 00S 00D Hannah Mackey ?02 00S 00D Widow White?02 00S 00D Widow Aystropp?02 00S 00D Thomas Dodd
John Mackey
St Thomas’s Hospital : Hospital Admission and Discharge Registers TH | RH, 26th September 1692
Munday3doctob1692 JohnHorneblow JohnMackey ThomasHarrod
Robert Mackey, Mariner, Wapping Middlesex
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 26th October 1692
1692 2530965 W Robert Mackey Mariner Wapping, Middlesex
Daniel Mackey, Coleman Street Ward Third Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
8363 14/03/001 13 99 Daniel Mackey 1 0
James Mackey, batch[elor], Ald-Gate
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1694
28164 Marriage James Mackey male Ald-Gate
Walter Mackey, Mariner, Stepney Middlesex
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5th January 1694
1694 2530972 W Walter Mackey Mariner Stepney, Middlesex
Peter Mackey, now belonging to His Majesty’s Ship Norwich
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 9th June 1699
1699 2531005 W Peter Mackey now belonging to His Majesty’s Ship Norwich
MARY MACKEY
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 10th July 1699
Alice Munday 0:6.0 Mary Reason 0.18.0 Mary Mackey 1:7.6 Xpian Bell 1:17s.6 Eliz William
Joseph Mackey

William Maley, Portsoken Ward Tower Hill Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
19973 24/04/001 219 111 William Maley 2.4 0
Thomas Maley, St Martin in the Fields Drury Lane Ward Russell Court
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
33454 33/06/007 2 43 Thomas Maley 5.2 0
Dionysia Mar Maley, at ye trumpet towerhill
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1696
4516 Baptism Dionysia Mar Maley female Surname is not given? Dionysia Ma
William Maley, at ye trumpet towerhill
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1696
84776 Baptism William Maley Surname is not given explicitly. William
Martha Maley, at ye trumpet towerhill
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1696
84777 Baptism Martha Maley

Edward Moyse, Yeoman, Tonbridge Kent
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 7th November 1683
1683 2530928 W Edward Moyse Yeoman Tonbridge, Kent
George Moyse, Gentleman, Tottenham High Cross Middlesex
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 16th February 1685
1685 2530933 W George Moyse Gentleman Tottenham High Cross,
Anne Moyse, Widow, Deptford Kent
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 29th May 1690
1690 2530953 W Anne Moyse Widow Deptford, Kent
John Moyse, Gentleman, Rochester Kent
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 26th March 1692
1692 2530962 W John Moyse Gentleman Rochester, Kent
Thomas Moyse, Gentleman, Benenden Kent
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 29th March 1693
1693 2530968 W Thomas Moyse Gentleman Benenden, Kent
John Moyse, Minories
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1694
57205 Burial John Moyse

John Macie, Gentleman, Melbury Osmond Dorset
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 15th November 1694
1694 2530977 W John Macie Gentleman Melbury Osmond, Dorset

Jane Macay
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 27th May 1691
Junior 23 Marnes Anna 33 Macay Jane 34 Montgomery Eliza 36 Milbourn Johes
Nathaniel Macay, St Katherine by the Tower
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
53223 53/00/002 408 129 Nathaniel Macay 0.3 0

Samuill Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
5188 Baptism Samuill Makey male
John Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
86056 Baptism John Makey Surname is not given.
Mary Makey, Estsmithfeld
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1698
86057 Baptism Mary Makey Surname is not given.
Margaret Makey, King hary yard

Nathaniel Macey, Farringdon Ward Within First Division St Augustines Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
12608 20/01/005 36 70 Nathaniel Macey 4.6 0.3
Georgius Macey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st February 1695
. Information 16 Feb: 1694/5 Eliza Georgius Macey de Le Turr London gen Marshall Ar rd Dani

Alexr Makay
Bridewell Royal Hospital : Minutes of the Court of Governors BR | MG, 7th January 1698
a pair of Breeches a pair of Gloves a pair of Jacobs & a handkerchiefe val 14s dd Alexr. Makay P wart. of St. Robt. Geffery chd. by Mary Reed For Felonio

John Marey
St Dionis Backchurch Parish : Miscellaneous Parish and Bridewell Papers DB | PM, 12th March 1686
Adam Prince & John Marey Scrr in Fenchurch Streete London} his servt.
John Marey, St Ann’s Westminster Rose Street
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
23758 29/00/021 25.1 36 John Marey 0 0.15

Robtus Mocey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st December 1699
Magee Margta 31 Mackay Jana 46 Mocey Robtus 89 Mitchell Dan : 90 Masters Margta
Robtus Mocey
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 1st December 1699
Magee Margta 31 Mackay Jana 46 Mocey Robtus 89 Mitchell Dan : 90 Masters Margta
Hannah Mackey
St Clement Danes Parish : Minutes of Parish Vestries CD | MV, 23rd December 1687
?02 00S 00D Ansteed Forraker ?02 00S 00D Hannah Mackey ?02 00S 00D Widow White?02 00S 00D Widow Aystropp?02 00S 00D Thomas Dodd
John Mackey
St Thomas’s Hospital : Hospital Admission and Discharge Registers TH | RH, 26th September 1692
Munday3doctob1692 JohnHorneblow JohnMackey ThomasHarrod
Robert Mackey, Mariner, Wapping Middlesex
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 26th October 1692
1692 2530965 W Robert Mackey Mariner Wapping, Middlesex
Daniel Mackey, Coleman Street Ward Third Precinct
Tax on Real and Personal Property (1693-4), 1st January 1694
8363 14/03/001 13 99 Daniel Mackey 1 0
James Mackey, batch[elor], Ald-Gate
Records of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1681-1709, 1st January 1694
28164 Marriage James Mackey male Ald-Gate
Walter Mackey, Mariner, Stepney Middlesex
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5th January 1694
1694 2530972 W Walter Mackey Mariner Stepney, Middlesex
Peter Mackey, now belonging to His Majesty’s Ship Norwich
Wills Proved at Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 9th June 1699
1699 2531005 W Peter Mackey now belonging to His Majesty’s Ship Norwich
MARY MACKEY
Middlesex Sessions : Sessions Papers – Justices’ Working Documents SM | PS, 10th July 1699

Mary Mayse, OldBaileyDefendant, Eling
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials, 7th July 1697
Mary Mayse , of the Parish of Eling , was indicted for Felony and Burglary for breaking the Ho

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Anthony Maxey married Dorothie Basset 3 sons 3 daughters Anthony died infant
Sir Henry 2 sons, Sir William 3 son married Helena Grevyle Lane Dyed young Dorothy married Sir Edward Heron
and Bridget married Edward Wentworth Esq

Sir William Maxey Knight death July 1645
Maxey Tomb, Holy Trinity Church, Bradwell, Braintree, England

(second son of anthony maxey)who was married to Dame Hellena Grevall daughter of edward grevill 7 daughters and 3 sons who raised in devotion to god and king.

Grevil ?unknown if Maxey Maxey death 15 Feb 1649
On the E wall of the Chancel,
partly blocking the E window, is a monument (1) of Anthony Maxey (1592) and
Dorothy (Basset) (1602), his wife, marble and alabaster, erected by their son,
Sir Henry Maxey, with 2 round-headed recesses flanked and divided by Corinthian
columns, and containing kneeling figures of 2 men in plate armour and wives at
prayer-desks, with gadrooning below, entablature with foliate cresting and
quartered shield of Maxey, with four smaller shields below. Also on the E wall
are monuments (2) of Martin Carter, 1754, and Anne (Feake) his second wife,
1756, erected by his brother Milbourn Carter, 1766, grey and white marble with
scrolled open and broken pediment with shield of arms, (3) of Milbourn Carter,
1773, of similar design, the shield of arms not in place but present nearby, and
(4) of Michael Nolan, 1827, white marble sarcophagus, draped urn and arms on
black marble. On the N wall of the Chancel is a monument of Sir William Maxey,
1645, Helena (Grevill), his wife, 1653, and Grevill, 1648, and William, 1659,
their sons, black and white marble with scrolled broken pediment and achievement
of arms, above it a funeral helm and crest, partly of the late C16. On the S
; Maxey family monuments, include Sir William Maxey, died 1645, he had ten children ‘He was / a man of joshuas resolution yt he and his howse / should serve ye Lord … bring up al thouse his children to learn in their / youth to fear God and honour ye King his constant / course was to call them up by 5 of ye clok in the / morning and caausing them to demand his blessing/ upon their knees … Ye Lords prayer ye beliefe, and ye / Ten Comandents and then caused every one / of them one after ye other to read some of / David Psalmes, and each of them a chapter, and / to give an anaccoypt what they remembred … He died in his / good old age a true subject to Charles ye first and / no rebell”, his three sons Grevil Maxey, captain of ‘one of his Matis. train bands in Essex’, died 1648, William Maxey, served Charles I ‘in all his wars against his / rebells and was Major Generall of his horse attey siege att Colchester’, died 1659 and Henry Maxey ‘served King / Charles in all his wars and was Adjutant Genrall of his horse’
Also in church War Memorial listing names and regiments of those killed in First and Second World Wars
PLATE IV.] AUTHORIZED ARMS. 15

PLATE IV.

MiLBOURNE Peter Carter Brunwin, Esq. of Park House, Bradwell,
near Coggeshall, Essex, Lord of the Manor, and Patron of the living of
Bradwell, is eldest son of the late Rev. Martin John Brunwin, whose
mother, Anne Brunwin, eldest surviving child of Milbourne Carter, Esq.
of Braintree, came into possession of the estate of Bradwell, with its ancient
Hall, so long the seat of the old family of Maxey, at the decease of her
brother’s widow, 23 Feb. 1819. Milbourne Carter, Esq. was younger son
of John Carter, Esq. of Braintree, nephew of Martin Carter, who was the
last owner of that name, of Great Saling Halle, Essex, and brother of
IMartin Carter, Esq. who succeeded under the will of his aunt Ehzabeth
Carter), widow of Anthony Maxey, Esq., to the estate of Bradwell.

^rms. — Gu., a cross patonce or. on a chief az. three femaux {i.e. buckles) of
the first, quartering Carter.

IBt melfmt, of Miitnt^Um maih to. ^nfSom.
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Quarter Sessions Depositions (ERO Q/SBa2/43)

3.9.1641 (Friday 3 September 1641)

document 20800236

examination of Thos Hervey of Earls Colne taken before sir Wm Maxey 3.9.1641 who being demanded by me whether he was at church the last sabbath day being 29.8.1641 he answered me that he was at Earls Colne church in the forenoon hearing one mr Joslyn preach and after he had dined come again to church and at the ringing of the bell he went into the church and took the common prayer book out of the church and carried it away being then but little company there did take the said book and threw it into a pond thereby and the next day in the morning he went to the pond and took out the said book cut it to pieces part thereof he did burn some he threw away and some he kept in his pocket and further he cannot say
Person Index – Wm Maxey

Appears in the text as:
Wm Maxey
Friday 3 September 1641 Quarter Sessions Depositions 20800236

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Essex Society for Family History

Memorial Inscriptions
in Essex Churchyards and Cemeteries
http://www.esfh.org.uk/CDs-by-Post/CD_MI.htm
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1
Freehold Titles (ERO D/Q6/1/8 copy of bill of exceptions to decree concerning school lands)

20.3.8Jas1 (Wednesday 20 March 1611)

document 32301315

the bill of exception of Hen de Vere (in copy misread as Danvers) earl of Oxford to be a decree concern of the school and school lands of Earls Colne within the county of Essex made the 20.3.8Jas1 by sir Jn Sammes and sir Hen Maxey knight and other of the commissioners for charitable uses within the said county of Essex imprimis first the commissioners having said decree ordered and decreed the inheritance of the patronage of the Free School from the said earl and heirs unto the bishop of London his successors and during the vacancy of the to the archbishop of Canterbury and his successors where neither their commission nor the statute of the 43Eliz1 late upon which their commission is grounded giveth them any power to determine transfer the same from one to another but only to reform the misemployment of lands etc given to charitable uses item two the earl was never advertised of the purpose the commissioners had to question his right of patronage to the same school or his interest in the lands but the commissioners by their letters only

2
Court of Requests (PRO REQ2/403/15 Jn Brewer v Thos Prior and Xoph Isack)

27.1.1609 (Friday 27 January 1609)

document 19800005

answer of Isack to Brewer by Geo Coe gentleman on commission on 20.1.1609 says his is informed that the bill of complaint is insufficient etc says he knows that it was his majesty’s pleasure that sir Hen Maxey knight and others named in the bill would examine and hear and end the business between the plaintiff and the defendant and to certify as in the bill alleged he was informed that letters were writ to Hen Maxey knight Hen Gent esq and Chas Chibbourne esq to examine and end the differences (torn) further answers that the defendant in .1.1608 being very sick and not able to travel the said Hen Maxey and mr Gent repaired to the defendant and made (torn) with their letters and did hear the complaint of the plaintiff made against the defendant sir Hen mr Gent to the knowledge of the defendant did not propound or make any order for the defendant to pay any (torn) to the plaintiff neither did there appear any cause to them of debt for any sum or sums of money which the defendant should owe the plaintiff but the plaintiff is justly indebted to the defendant and sir Hen Maxey and mr Gent (torn) importunity of the plaintiff as the defendant takes it did wish the defendant and the plaintiff to become bound either to the other and to abide the order and award of one (torn) Roughton and Wm Siday whereunto the plaintiff and defendant assented and (torn) and thereupon the arbitrators did hear the matter in difference between the plaintiff and defendant and they could not find that the defendant did owe the plaintiff any sum or sums of money nor was (torn) any way unto him but it did appear unto them the plaintiff was indebted to the defendant in divers sums of money due to him from the plaintiff by bonds and specialties yet the plaintiff not herewith satisfied importuned the (torn) again in the business whereupon sir Hen appointed one Thos Pilgrime to hear and order the matters of difference and the defendant thereunto agreed and bonds were entered on the behalf of the defendant and plaintiff to abide the order and award of Thos Pilgrime who did also examine and hear the state of the business and the defendant thinks finding no just cause to relieve the plaintiff left the same without any (torn) the defendant does deny that at the time of the hearing of the causes before sir Hen Maxey and mr Gent or either of them or before ever bought or sold anything with the plaintiff whereby he should be indebted to the plaintiff (torn) and the defendant or even was justly indebted to the plaintiff but the defendant confesses that after such time as the said several arbitrators chosen as aforesaid severally heard the matters alleged by the plaintiff against the defendant they did find no matter to relieve the plaintiff in but that he was justly indebted to the defendant then the plaintiff very cunningly and deceitfully repaired again to the defendant in the time of his sickness and taking advantage of his weakness confidently affirmed that sir Hen Maxey willed the plaintiff to certify the defendant that he Hen had ordered the defendant should pay the plaintiff the sum of 21li=s whereupon the defendant being very sickly and fearful of suits and troubles and unable to travel to any counsel about the same and himself altogether unlearned did agree that if mr Hen Maxey had so ordered this defendant would give to the said party 10li viz 5li between that time and michaelmas. and 5li more at such times as the defendant should afterwards agree was if the said sir Hen had made any such order as aforesaid which was the substance of the agreement made by the defendant with the plaintiff to the now best remembrance of this defendant but this (torn) says that he is informed that Hen Maxey made no such order nor did will the plaintiff to signify that any such determination of any such order neither was there any such cause that he should so (torn) and this defendant hopes under favour of this court that he shall not be compelled to pay anything to the plaintiff where nothing can appear to be due but only to be rested by vexation deceit and (torn) plaintiff which without cause and just ground of suit and as touching such bonds bills and specialties which the defendant has of the plaintiff and which the plaintiff by his bill alleges that he did promise to deliver to the plaintiff the said defendant answers that he has several bonds and bills whereby the plaintiff stands indebted to him in several sums of which bonds the defendant has not as yet received any manner of satisfaction and therefore no cause wherefore the defendant ought to be compelled to deliver the same to the plaintiff but only the agreement which the plaintiff by his bill pretended should be made with him by the defendant and the defendant says he made the same in no other manner to his now best remembrance than as before he has confessed that is that if sir Hen Maxey had ordered that the defendant should pay to the complainant 21li10s as the plaintiff has affirmed then the defendant would give him the sum of 10li as aforesaid and deliver to him the bonds and specialties as in the bill which the defendant under favour of the court thinks he is not bound to do either by law or conscience for that he never received any due satisfaction for the bonds or especialties nor has by any means lawfully released the same nor has any just consideration for the delivery of the bonds and specialties without that upon due examination of the plaintiff’s suit the said Hen Maxey and mr Gent to the knowledge of him did find him to be (torn) to the plaintiff in the sum of 16li and upwards and that they ordered the defendant should pay the same to the plaintiff and were about to certify the same as by the bill is most untruly surmised and without that the defendant finding that sir Hen Maxey and mr Gent would certify against him he thereupon treated with the plaintiff that a stay thereof might be made as by the bill alleged and without that the defendant offered and was contented to the plaintiff the sum of 10li and to deliver to him all his bills bonds etc as is set forth otherwise than the defendant has before expressed he was drawn unto in the time of his weakness by the deceitful and untrue assertions of the plaintiff without any just cause or (torn) or consideration and without that any other matter or thing mentioned in the bill and not answered etc direction from the court to Geo Coe and Wm Siday to send to them the bill of complaint against Xoph Isack defendant trusting in their wisdom (torn and unclear) and they question each and these to be put into court at Whitehall under their seals at hilary next to the intent that the court by advice of counsel may do as the case requires dated under privy seal 23.11.6Jas1

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Court of Requests (PRO REQ2/403/15 Jn Brewer v Thos Prior and Xoph Isack)

19.11.6Jas1 (Saturday 19 November 1608)

document 19700250

(this document which is rather torn has been tied up with the previous one although it appears not to be connected) the complaint of Jn Brewer of Earls Colne glover whereas upon (torn) your said subject against Thos Prior and Xoph Isack 24.11.1607 it pleased your majesty that sir Hen Maxey knight (torn) Chatborne and Hen Gent esq or any two of them with the assistance of two others of mete quality to be named by the advise parties if they please (torn) both parties with their processes before them after due examination of the cause of the same depend not in suit of law nor have been formerly ordered thereby (torn) and end the differences between them according to justice and equity if they could or otherwise to certify their proceedings and opinions whereas according to his majesty’s commandment the said Hen Maxey knight and Hen Gent esq taking upon them the execution of his majesty’s commandment did by their warrant under their hands and seals bearing date 12.1.1608 in upon 19.1.next following called (torn) then as well the parties as their witnesses and on due examination of the causes and suit did find Xoph indebted to (torn) in the sum of 16li and upwards which sum sir Hen Maxey knight and Hen Gent esq ordered should be paid to the said complainant and so were about to certify to his majesty whereupon the defendant finding that sir Hen Maxey and Hen (torn) would certify against the defendant treated with the complainant that stay must be made of the certificate and in and on the 10.4.next following treated with the complainant that an end of all controversies between them might be had notwithstanding the said Xoph Isack (torn) by the order of sir Hen Maxey and Hen Gent to pay to the complainant 16li as aforesaid yet at the entreaty of Xoph Isack and for that the complainant was willing to bide his peace though it were with very hard terms was consented to take what Xoph himself would freely offer thereupon the complainant and Xoph Isack to the end that a final end of all controversies between them and satisfaction of the demand of the complainant might be had and agreed the said Xoph Isack offered and was contented to pay to Jn Brewer the sum of 10li and to deliver to Jn Brewer all such bills bonds and specialties as he had of Brewer’s which offer the complainant accepted and Isack in the performance of the agreement did presently pay to the complainant 10s of the sum of 10li and promise to pay him 30s more of the sum of 10li on sunday 8.5.last and 3li more on midsummer day 24.6.last past and 5li more at michaelmas.last in full payment of the sum of 10li and to deliver to Jn Brewer all his bills bonds and specialties upon sunday being 17.4.last now so it may please your majesty notwithstanding the agreement in which the complainant was content to remit Isack a great part of his due debt and take it at easy payments as aforesaid and that Hen Maxey knight Hen Gent esq at the insistence of Isack have ever stayed their certificate as aforesaid yet Isack of malice and set purpose to defraud your poor subject of his due debts and to drive him to suits of law for his money has never since the payment of the 10li paid to him any of the residue of the 1li neither has delivered to him any of his bonds bills or writings according to the agreement and as he is destitute of means by ordinary course of common law for recovery of the debt having no witnesses to prove the agreement if he is not relieved by his majesty (torn) if the defendant is called upon his corporal oath and will confess the agreement asks for a writ of privy seal for Xoph Isacke to appear etc

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Assize Indictments (PRO ASSI35/49/H5)

28.2.1608 (Sunday 28 February 1608)

document 14000580

Ann wife of Wm Smyth of Earls Colne labourer 26.12.4Jas1 there cut the throat of her living female child with a knife worth 1d giving her a mortal wound half an inch deep and two inches long of which the infant instantly died pleads not guilty guilty hanged witness Robt Crowe examination before Hen Maxey kt

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Quarter Sessions Rolls (ERO Q/SR163/62)

2.6.1603 (Thursday 2 June 1603)

document 20500118

licensed to keep an alehouse recognisance Jn Parker and Robt Playle of Earls Colne for Jn Sawen of the same licensed likewise taken before sir Edm Huddelston knight and Hen Maxey esq

Person Index – Henry Maxey

Appears in the text as:
Hen Maxey
Sunday 15 May 1603 Quarter Sessions Rolls 20500136
Thursday 2 June 1603 Quarter Sessions Rolls 20500118
Sunday 28 February 1608 Assize Indictments 14000580
Saturday 19 November 1608 Court of Requests 19700250
Friday 27 January 1609 Court of Requests 19800005
Wednesday 20 March 1611 Freehold Titles 32301315 32301322

Quarter Sessions Rolls (ERO Q/SR163/63)

15.5.1603 (Sunday 15 May 1603)

document 20500136

licensed to keep an alehouse recognisance Jn Peerson and Wm Forde of Earls Colne yeomen for Robt Crowe of the same licensed likewise taken before sir Edm Huddleston knight and Hen Maxey esq

Person Index – George Maxey

Appears in the text as:
Geo Maxey
Geo Maxie
Tuesday 27 January 1607 Chancery Depositions 15900123
Saturday 7 February 1607 Chancery Depositions 15900441
Tuesday 29 September 1612 Exchequer Bills and Answers 18700051

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Chancery Depositions (PRO C2 Jas1 P.20/48 Edw Potter v: Jas Godscall)

27.1.1607 (Tuesday 27 January 1607)

document 15900123

to the right honourable Thos lord Ellesmere lord chancellor of England in most humblewise complaining showeth unto your honourable lordship your daily suppliant Edw Potter of Earls Colne Essex weaver son and heir of Edm Potter late of Earls Colne aforesaid yeoman deceased that whereas the said Edm Potter father unto your said suppliant was in his lifetime lawfully seised in his demesne as of fee of and in one messuage or tenement commonly called or known by the name of Gilberts and of and in divers lands meadows and pastures woods and hereditaments with the said messuage occupied and enjoyed amounting in the whole to the number of 20a or thereabouts set lying and being in the parish and county aforesaid and he the said Edm being thereof so seised in or about 5.8.39Eliz1 borrowed of one Jas Godscall of London merchant the sum of 50li and for the payment thereof at the end of one whole year your suppliant’s said father did in and by one recognizance in the nature of a statute staple taken and acknowledged in due form of law stand and become bound unto the said Jas Godscall in the sum of 200marks or thereabouts the defeasance of the said statute being for the payment of the sum of 40li or thereabouts at or within one whole year next after the acknowledgement of the said recognizances in and by the said recognizance and defeasance thereof to which relation being had and made may unto this honourable court more fully and at large appear and the said Edm being seised as aforesaid and having entered into the said statute as aforesaid the said Edm died after whose death the said messuage and premises descended and came as of right it ought to descend and come unto your said suppliant as son and heir of the said Edm your said suppliant being then of very tender age viz of the age of six years or thereabouts but so it is may it please your good lordship that the said Godscall having a purpose by unjust and wrongful dealing to enrich himself by the spoil of your said suppliant and his said father’s estate he the said Godscall taking opportunity of your suppliant’s infancy and want of friends shortly after the death of your suppliant’s said father and long before the said 40li grew to be due by the defeasance of the said recognizance very unduly and unconscionably caused an extent to be had and sued for and upon the said recognizance and by means of the said extent possessed himself of the goods and chattels of your suppliant’s deceased father and of the said messuage or tenement and lands in this your suppliant’s bill formerly mentioned together with the said defeasance of the said statute and also the evidences charters escripts muniments and writings concerning the messuage and lands aforesaid and by colour thereof detaineth possession of the premises of right belonging unto your suppliant and further may it please your singular good lordship he the said Godscall not satisfied with the said extent of the premises being well worth 10li per annum ultra reprises and having peaceably and quietly enjoyed the same by the space of ten years now last past nor yet with the extent of the said goods and chattels of your suppliant’s deceased father amounting to more than the due debt or the forfeiture of the said recognizance he the said Godscall having gotten into his custody the evidences concerning the premises aforesaid out of a longing and thirsting desire to strip your suppliant out of the inheritance of the said messuage and premises hath most fraudulently covenously and unconscionably practised and combined with one Geo Maxey late of Rivenhall in the county aforesaid gentleman and hath entitled the said Maxey of and in the premises alleging and pretending that your suppliant’s deceased father had mortgaged the said premises unto him the said Maxey and had suffered the same to become forfeited unto him the said Maxey and that now he the said Godscall held the same under the title of the said Maxey whereas in truth there was never any such mortgage made by your suppliant’s said father or if there were the money due upon the said mortgage were either paid or lawfully tendered to the very day of the mortgage according to the form of law as your suppliant hopeth manifestly to prove unto this most honourable court but so it is may it please your singular good lordship that he the said Godscall by colour of the pretended title of the said Maxey and by the abetment practise confederacy and procurement of him the said Maxey he the said Godscall holdeth and detaineth the possession of the said premises from your suppliant and the profits issues and revenues of the premises doth receive and take to his own use contrary to equity and good conscience and hath made and contrived divers secret estates of the premises to themselves and others to your suppliant unknown to the end and purport your suppliant should not know against whom to bring his action at the common law for the recovery of his right and title to the premises and notwithstanding your suppliant hath at divers and sundry times in very friendly and gentle manner requested and entreated the said Godscall to deliver the possession of the premises unto your suppliant yet he the said Godscall utterly refuseth so to do contrary to all equity and good conscience in tender consideration of all which premises and for as much as your suppliant hath not the custody of the evidences concerning the premises but the same are in the possession or custody of the said Maxey or Godscall or one of them or in the custody or possession of some other by their or one of their bailment or delivery and for as much likewise as your suppliant knoweth not the certain number date nor contents of them nor whether they be in box or chest locked or sealed without the which your suppliant is void of all remedy by the strict course of the common law of this realm by reason he cannot without the said evidences so sufficed title make proof of his estate and interest of and in the premises may it therefore please your good lordship to grant unto your said suppliant his majesty’s most gracious writ of subpoena to be directed to Jas Godscall etc Joscelyn

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Chancery Depositions (PRO C2 Jas1 P.20/48 Edw Potter v: Jas Godscall)

7.2.1607 (Saturday 7 February 1607)

document 15900441

Thos Legge (inserted) the answer of Jas Godscall defendant to the bill of complaint of Edw Potter complainant the said defendant by protestation not acknowledging any matter or thing in the said bill of complaint contained material or effectual etc for full declaration of the truth in everything therein contained to the knowledge and remembrance of this defendant saith that Geo Potter and Eliz his wife being grandfather and grandmother to the said complainant that is to say father and mother of Edm Potter father of the complainant were seised of the messuage and grounds in the said bill mentioned to them two and the heirs of the said Eliz and they the said Geo and Eliz so being thereof seised did by their deed of conveyance bearing date 1.1.32Eliz1 and by one fine levied by and between the said Edm complainant and the said Geo and Eliz deforciants grant and convey 7a of land 10a of meadow and pasture parcel of the said grounds in the bill mentioned unto the said Edm their son father of the complainant and to his heirs as by the said fine remaining upon record and by their said deed thereof more plainly and at large it doth and may appear with this also that it was then agreed by and between the said Geo and Eliz and Edm that the said Geo and Eliz should notwithstanding during the term of their natural lives and of the longer liver of either of them freely quietly and peacefully have hold and enjoy the ground aforesaid and receive have and take the rents issues and profits thereof and for their security therein did then accept and take of and from the said Edm one obligation for the sum of 200marks with condition annexed for the quiet and perfect holding and enjoying thereof accordingly and the said Edm so being of the 17a of ground aforesaid seised did shortly after for the sum of 70li bargain and sell the same unto one Geo Maxey gentleman being the said Geo Maxey in the bill named and thereof did enfeoff the said Geo to have and to hold to him and his heirs forever to the proper use and behoof of the said Geo Maxey his heirs and assigns forever absolutely and without any manner of condition exception saving restraint or limitation whatsoever and in and by the deed of feofment thereof did also warrant the same unto the said Geo Maxey and his heirs against all persons and did also deliver unto the said Geo Maxey all the evidences and writings touching and concerning the same grounds and did take collateral security from the said Geo Maxey by deed that the said Geo Potter and Eliz should hold the said ground and take the rents and profits thereof without any the interruption or denial of him the said Geo Maxey or any claiming by from or under him during the term of their natural lives and without payment of any rent for the same according unto the agreement aforementioned made by the said Edm with them the said Geo Potter and Eliz in that behalf and according unto which said agreement the said Geo Potter and Eliz and their assigns did continue and hold the possession and occupation thereof and the rents and profits thereof did receive perceive and take to their own use and benefit and this defendant further saith that afterwards at about 38Eliz1 he the said Edm Potter having occasion as it seemeth to use the sum of 50li and being familiarly acquainted with one Andrew Godscall dwelling in Colchester Essex this defendant’s kinsman did treat and deal with the said Andrew to procure this defendant to lend unto him the said Edm the sum of 50li and the said Andrew making earnest request unto this defendant in his behalf the said Edm being then a stranger to this defendant did at the request of the said Andrew lend unto the said Edm the said 50li and concluded and agreed for this defendant’s security of and for the repayment thereof that this defendant should have and take from the said Edm an assurance of 17a of ground in Earls Colne aforesaid whereof as the said Edm then pretended he was lawfully seised in fee and for proof and manifestation thereof did then show forth unto this defendant a deed of feofment of the said 17a of ground made unto him the said Edm and his heirs from his said father and mother which deed then by him so showed forth unto this defendant was in truth a false and counterfeit deed the true and perfect deed of conveyance thereof unto him the said Edm from them the said Geo Potter and Eliz and made and the transcript of the fines thereof levied as aforesaid with other the evidences and writings touching the said grounds being formerly by the said Edm delivered unto the said Geo Maxey upon the sale as aforesaid and then in the custody and possession of him the said Geo Maxey by virtue thereof howbeit this defendant giving then credit unto him the said Edm therein and supposing the same to be a true and lawful deed according as the same in show and upon the view thereof did purport and as he the said Edm did then allege in that behalf this defendant rested then satisfied therewith and did thereupon take a conveyance of the said 17a of ground aforesaid from the said Edm unto him this defendant and his heirs upon condition of redemption thereof upon payment of the sum of 55li at one whole year’s end as by the deed thereof bearing date 4.8.38Eliz1 doth and may appear and this defendant also saith that afterwards before the date of repayment of the said money he this defendant having heard by report that the said Edm had made a former conveyance and sale of the said grounds pretended to be mortgaged to this defendant as aforesaid and also heard of the interest of the said Geo Potter and Eliz reserved therein as aforesaid did therefore send unto the said Edm to provide for payment of the said 50li at the day limited in the said deed or otherwise that this defendant must and would presently upon his failing of payment thereof commence suit against him for the same howbeit the said Edm notwithstanding did not repay the said 55li or any part thereof and for the repayment thereof came unto this defendant to treat with him for some longer respite of time therein which this defendant would by no means grant as well in respect of his urgent occasions to use his money as also in respect that he greatly suspected and misliked his security aforesaid but in the end this defendant not being willing to trouble the said Edm with suits of law and being also willing and desirous upon some reasonable time of forbearance to be helpful unto him the rather also for that the said Edm did then affirm unto this defendant that he should within one month next following receive a good sum of money wherewith to discharge the said debt or if he failed thereof would then provide by sale of land to make payment thereof and therefore earnestly entreated this defendant to forbear hi m but one month therein this defendant was contented at and upon his earnest entreaty request and desire to give unto him one month’s respite more of and for the repayment thereof so as this defendant might rest the more secured in and for the repayment thereof at the promised time by a statute to be acknowledged by the said Edm to this defendant for the same whereupon he the said Edm did thereunto then willingly assent and agree and did then and thereupon acknowledge to this defendant one statute of the sum of 200marks with promise of repayment of the said 55li within one month then next following but whether or no there was any defeasance thereof made to that effect this defendant remembreth not howbeit the said Edm then as before failed repayment thereof at the day promised and this defendant still hoping and resting notwithstanding any expectation of the payment thereof he the said Edm in or about the month of november following and before the satisfaction or payment of one penny thereof died by and after whose death this defendant fearing in truth the loss of his debt by reason of the weakness of his security as aforesaid did in .12.40Eliz1 purchase out of writ of extent unto the sheriff of Essex directed to extend the lands and goods of the said Edm Potter deceased and an inquisition thereupon being had and taken in Earls Colne aforesaid where the said Edm did at the time of his death inhabit and dwell and long before had dwelt by the oath of the chiefest and substantialist men there inhabiting the goods of the said Edm were apprized and valued at 41li6s8d and no more which said 41li6s8d only was afterwards paid unto this defendant and they did also find that the said Edm was seised as of his freehold during the lives of the said Geo Potter and Eliz of 13a of land parcel of the lands called Gilberts in Earls Colne aforesaid of the yearly value of 20s as by the said inquisition returned in this honourable court of chancery there remaining upon record more plainly and at large it doth and may appear and hereupon he the said Geo Maxey presently informed and advertised that his lands were extended for the debt of this defendant did then presently after repair and come unto this defendant to London being before that time altogether a stranger and unknown to this defendant and did acquaint this defendant with the sale of the ground formerly made unto him the said Geo Maxey by the said Edm of the truth whereof this defendant being desirous to be fully satisfied as well by sufficient proofs as also upon the view of the evidences therein and by the advice of his counsel learned in the laws did in truth upon due examination thereof and upon the judgement of his counsel learned find the estate of the said lands to be in the said Geo Maxey and his heirs by virtue of and according unto the sale unto him made as aforesaid and then this defendant and the said Geo Maxey falling into some communication and speech in and about the buying thereof did in the end conclude for the same for the sum of 80li and accordingly this defendant did in truth pay unto the said Geo for the same the sum of 80li and the said Geo Maxey for and in consideration thereof did in or about .2.40Eliz1 by deed enrolled bargain and sell grant and convey the 17a of ground aforesaid unto Jas Godscall one of the sons of this defendant and to his heirs forever and by reason of the continuing right and interest of the said Eliz as aforesaid she surviving the said Geo Potter this defendant was then afterwards also informed to compound agree and buy out and did buy out the right interest and estate of her the said Eliz as also the right and title of dower of Margt the late wife of the said Edm at and in the lands aforesaid and did take from them their several assurances as by the releases and other conveyances thereof made it doth and may plainly and at large appear and this defendant further also saith that the said Eliz being seised in her demesne as of fee as aforesaid in the tenement in the bill mentioned together with the gardens and yards unto the said messuage belonging did then also for the sum of 30li sell the same to this defendant and thereof did enfeoff this defendant to have and to hold to him and his heirs to the only proper use and behoof of this defendant his heirs and assigns forever absolutely and without any manner of condition caution or exception whatsoever and in and by her deed of feofment thereof did also warrant the same unto this defendant and his heirs against all persons and since which time also this defendant hath extended and laid out in and about the amending and repairing of the messuage and tenement aforesaid the sum of 20marks or thereabouts and hath paid for arrearages of rent of and for the premises incurred and due to the lord of the manor of whom the same be holden as well before that time of lending the said 50li as also since as by the acquittance thereof may appear the sum of 13li or thereabouts and also was enforced to expend and did expend and lay out in and about the said extent the sum of 20li or thereabouts besides many other pains charges troubles and expenses for and concerning the premises aforesaid and could raise very little or no rent or benefit of the grounds aforesaid by reason of the grounds aforesaid by reason of the many pretended titles and claims therein as aforesaid until such time as this defendant had as by his great travail costs and charges purchased and freed the same as aforesaid and as to the evidences i n the said bill mentioned this defendant saith that he hath not or to his knowledge had any evidences belonging to the complainant and such evidences as he hath which do concern the messuage or tenement and lands aforesaid or any part or parcel thereof by him purchased as aforesaid do in all right and equity belong unto this defendant only as by his counsel learned he is informed without that that the said Edm Potter father to the said complainant was in his lifetime lawfully seised in his demesne as of fee of and in the said messuage or tenement called Gilberts and of and in divers lands meadows and pastures woods and hereditaments with the said messuage occupied and enjoyed as in the said bill is alleged or that the said Edm Potter did by recognizance in the nature of a statute staple stand bound to this defendant the defeasance of the said statute being for the sum of 40li or thereabouts at or within one year next after the acknowledgement of the said recognizance and defeasance thereof made as in the said bill is surmised or that after the death of the said Edm the said messuage and premises descended and came as of right it ought to descend and come unto the said complainant as son and heir to the said Edm as in the said bill is pretended and without that that the said defendant having a purpose by unjust and wrongful dealing to enrich himself by the spoil of the said complainant and his father’s estate taking opportunity of the complainant’s infancy and want of friends shortly after the death of the complainant’s said father and long before the said 40li grew to be due by the defeasance of the said recognizance very unduly and unconscionably caused an extent to be had and sued forth upon the said recognizance and by means of the said extent possessed himself of the goods and chattels of the complainant’s said deceased father and of the said messuage and tenements and the lands in the said bill mentioned together with the said defeasance of the said statute and all the evidences charters escripts muniments and writings concerning the messuage and lands aforesaid and by colour thereof detaineth possession of the premises as in the said bill is most falsely surmised and without that t hat the extent of the premises was well worth 10li per annum ultra reprizes or that this defendant enjoyed the same for the space of ten years or that the extent of the said goods and chattels of the complainant’s said deceased father did amount to more than the due debt or the forfeit of the said recognizance or that the defendant having gotten into his custody the evidences concerning the premises aforesaid out of a longing and thirsting desire to strip the complainant out of the inheritance of the said messuage and premises hath most fraudulently covetously practised and combined with the said Geo Maxey gentleman in the bill named and entitled the said Maxey to the premises alleging and pretending that the complainant’s deceased father had mortgaged the said premises unto the said Maxey and had suffered the same to become forfeit unto the said Maxey as in the bill is also untruly alleged and without that that this defendant by colour of the pretended title of the said Maxey and by the abetment practise confederacy and procurement of the said Maxey holdeth and detaineth the possession of the said premises from the complainant and the profits issues and revenues of the premises doth receive and take to his use contrary to all equity and good conscience and hath made and contrived divers secret estates of the premises to themselves and others to the complainant unknown to the end and purpose the complainant should not know against whom to bring his action at the common law for the recovery of his right and title to the premises as in the said bill is most unjustly pretended and without that that any other matter or thing etc Beriffe

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Exchequer Bills and Answers (PRO E112/80 no 208)

michaelmas.10Jas1 (Tuesday 29 September 1612)

document 18700051

to the right honourable sir Julius Ceasar knight chancellor of his majesties court of exchequer sir Lance Tanfield knight lord chief baron of the same court and the rest of the barons there humbly showeth unto your lordships your suppliant Chas Chiborne of Lincolns Inn in the county of Middx esq that whereas there is and ever since the dissolution of the priory of Colne in the county of Essex in the time of king Henry the eighth of famous memory there hath been due unto his majesty and his progenitors a yearly tenth of 60li or thereabouts received out of the possessions of the said priory upon the dissolution thereof of which (torn) in the 35Eliz1 divers arrearages amounting to the sum of 500li or thereabouts were enured and due and payable unto her majesty and the possessions of the said priory part of them being in the hands of divers persons who had severally purchased the same and part of them still remaining in the hands of the earl of Oxford to whose ancestor had the whole possession of the said priory were formerly granted by the said king Henry the eighth an order was made to this honourable court in the 36Eliz1 for the equal apportionment of the said arrearages then due and also of the said tenths for the time to come upon the several purchasers and owners of the said possessions according to a commission on that behalf formerly awarded and returned into this court and amongst others the parsonage of Messing in the county of Essex parcel of the said possessions was rated at 27li8s2d for part of the said arrearages then due and at 3li10s yearly for part of the said tenth for the time to come as by the said order appeareth which sum of 27li was duly paid by one Thos Cammocke gentleman then farmer of the said parsonage to the earl of Oxford to her majesties officers lawfully authorized to receive the same and an acquittance given to the said Thos Cammocke testifying the receipt thereof but so it is may it please your lordships that of late process hath been awarded out of his majesties court of exchequer for the levying of the said sum of 27li supposed to be yet unpaid and thereupon the said parsonage of Messing which your suppliant about 1Jas1 for valuable consideration of money did purchase of one Geo Maxey son and heir of Geo Maxie esq who purchased the same of the earl of Oxford about 40Eliz1 hath been seised and bond taken of your suppliant to his majesties use either to pay or discharge the said arrearages of 27li and the said acquittance being casually lost out of the possession of the said Thos Cammock and your suppliant not having the same to show is like to be charged with the said 27li contrary to equity wherefore your suppliant humbly prayeth that according to the statute made 33Hen8 for the relief of those of whom any debt shall be demanded in his majesties exchequer that your suppliant may have liberty to make proof of the payment of the said 27li and that upon due proof thereof your suppliant may be thereof discharged and that his majesties attorney may be called thereunto if it shall please him to allege anything in his majesties behalf why the petition of your suppliant in this behalf should not be granted Chiborne Weston Rich Bromley
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Wednesday 2 April 1589 Quarter Sessions Rolls 20300190
Thursday 22 May 1589 Quarter Sessions Rolls 20300128
Wednesday 29 April 1590 Quarter Sessions Rolls 20300649
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Quarter Sessions Rolls (ERO Q/SR109/61/61a)

2.4.1589 (Wednesday 2 April 1589)

document 20300190

examinations examined on behalf of the plaintiff Margt Pullyn wife of Hen Pullyn of Gaines Colne the midwife Joan wife of Walt Newman and Audrey wife of Morrice Hurrell of Earls Colne upon their oaths taken before Israel Amies and Antho Maxey esquires these examinants say that they demanded of Margery Hawles in the time of her travail who was in truth the father of her child as she would answer it before god and hope to obtain his favour and mercy who said “god willing so she would for she would belie no man” whereupon she said that it was Jn Stebbing’s of Stambourne her late master and no other’s but only his and further the said Joan Newman did carefully examine her before her said travail who then answered her as afterwards she did in her said travail whereupon this examinant said unto her “what a graceless and faithless wench art thou unto thy dame dwelling in her house for to do so foul a fact with thy master” who said that he had been enticing her to this folly a year or thereabouts and that she said to this examinant that he told the said Margery that he knew his wife should not live long and then after her death he would marry her in recompense to have his will and further the said Margery told this examinant that the said Jn proffered her 20nobles to charge some other man to father her said child

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Quarter Sessions Rolls (ERO Q/SR109/19)

22.5.1589 (Thursday 22 May 1589)

document 20300128

an order set down at Halstead by Israel Amies and Antho Maxey esquires touching the bastard child of Margery Hawles first upon divers examinations we do find that Margery Hawles hath been of a lewd behaviour and hath led an insolent life with divers and sundry evil disposed persons and that lately she hath been delivered of a child of her body unlawfully begotten we therefore do order and adjudge that the said Margery shall presently be delivered unto the constables of the town of Halstead by them to be stripped from the waist upwards and to be whipped at a carts tail tomorrow being the 23.5. openly in the face of the market between eleven and twelve of the clock in the forenoon and our order is that she shall have twenty stripes leisurely to be inflicted upon her upon her naked body to the terror and example of the like offenders and after her said punishment ended to be set at liberty enjoining her within 40days next after to procure her a service at her peril item upon sundry examinations of divers others we hold and adjudge Jn Stebbing of Stambourne yeoman to stand as the reputed father of the base child of the said Margery until such time as he can produce and bring forth one Geo Skilton to answer the law as this case requires and if we shall find upon the hearing of the said cause that the said Geo or any other be more likely to be the reputed father than himself then he the said Jn to be discharged until which time we do give judgement that the said Jn shall pay unto Jn Blithe of Hempstead being charges by his defrayed touching the said cause as appears by a bill of reckoning showed forth unto us being corrected by the inhabitants of the town of Colne and others the sum of 3li10s upon the feast day of stjn.next ensuing the date hereof at or within the church porch of the parish church of Stambourne aforesaid between the hours of one and four o’clock in the afternoon and further we order that the said Jn Stebbing shall sufficiently discharge the inhabitants of the town of Earls Colne for keeping of the base child called Jn Hawles the son of Margery Hawles until he shall come to the age of 14years except we shall give judgement in the meantime for a more likelier man than himself to be the reputed father thereof

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Quarter Sessions Rolls (ERO Q/SR112/46)

29.4.1590 (Wednesday 29 April 1590)

document 20300649

letter directed to the justices subscribed by two of the inhabitants of Earls Colne Robt Rookes and Hen Smith recites “and if it may please your worships to understand there was born in our town a base child and one Jn Stebinge of Standburne in the county of Essex is the reputed father of the foresaid base child the man has been called before the right worshipful Antho Maxye and Israel Amyes and their worships hath processes with the foresaid Jn Stebinge according to the law provided in that behalf and the foresaid Jn Stebinge doth refuse the said order and every part thereof so that our poor town of Colne standeth still charged with the base child and causeth much contention amongst us for the collecting of the money for the base child for the which we are to desire your worships that we may have the bond returned” (at the foot) upon credible information made to this court that Stebbinge has not performed his bond for that he never paid anything to the parish for the relief of the child etc it is ordered by the court that his bond be estreated for the queen “you must make an order to award process upon the bond”
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William Maxey of Surrey, gent. Christ Church, matric. 8 Feb ., 1599-1600, aged 19; B.A. 17 Dec 1603, M.A. 2 Jul 1606. B.D.
8 May 1617; Licenced to preach 13 May 1626, rector of Frome St Quintin, Dorset, 1617, and of Blyborough, co. Lincoln, 1617,
vicar of Thornbury, co Glocester, 1624 See Al. West. 69; & Foster’s Index Ecclesiasticus.

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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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John Maxey Burial 1 Dec 1613 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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John Maxey Marriage 3 Jun 1627 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Elizabeth West
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Bryan Maxey Burial 19 Mar 1629 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex
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John Maxey Burial 21 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John
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Eliz Maxey Marriage 21 Dec 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London George Bingley
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Paull Maxey Burial 8 Jul 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Joseph Maxey Marriage 22 Jan 1631 St Giles Cripplegate, London Dionis Meade
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride Fleet Street, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride Fleet Street, London
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An Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1635 St Katherine Coleman, London Richard
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Henry Maxey Burial 23 Aug 1635 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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Wm Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1636 St Giles Cripplegate, London Nathaniell
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Paule Maxey Burial 28 Jul 1637 St Giles Cripplegate, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 20 Dec 1637 St Giles Cripplegate, London Beecher
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Elizabeth Maxey Burial 25 Dec 1640 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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John Maxey Marriage 22 Nov 1641 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Agnes Joanes
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Susan Maxey Burial 15 Aug 1641 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Ann Maxey Burial 3 Oct 1642 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas,
Ann
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Ann Maxey Burial 14 Oct 1643 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas,
Ann
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Hugh Maxey Burial 15 Jun 1646 St Saviour, Surrey
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Sar Maxey Burial Mar 1647/1648 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey James
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Luke Maxey Burial 14 Nov 1650 St Andrew Holborn, London
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John Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1653 St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London Thomas
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Jone Maxey Burial 13 May 1654 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Nathaniell Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Burial 7 Jan 1656 St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London
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John Maxey Burial 20 Sep 1661 St Andrew Holborn, London
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John Maxey Burial 8 Dec 1662 St Andrew Holborn, London
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James Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1668 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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James Maxey Marriage 14 Feb 1669/1670 St George The Martyr, Surrey Ann Roberts
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Mr Anthony Maxey Burial 5 Jan 1670/1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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Elizabeth Maxey Marriage 12 Dec 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex William Toces
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George Maxey Burial 20 Oct 1670 St Mary, Newington, Surrey Robert
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Mary Maxey Marriage 11 Dec 1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey Edward Hall
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Prince Maxey Burial 25 Jul 1672 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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James Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1673 St George The Martyr, Surrey James
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Richard Maxey Burial 2 Nov 1673 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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James Maxey Burial 24 Nov 1674 St George The Martyr, Surrey James
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Maxey Burial 8 Aug 1677 St Mary At Lambeth, Surrey
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Susanna Maxey Burial 1 Apr 1677 St Mary Aldermary, London
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Andrew Maxey Marriage 22 May 1678 Holy Trinity Minories, London Dorothy Reynolds
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Benjamin Maxey Burial 18 Oct 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Nathaniell Maxey Marriage 24 Jun 1680 All Hallows London Wall, London Sarah Atkins
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Sarah Maxey Burial 27 Aug 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Daniell Maxey Burial 18 May 1681 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James
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James Maxey Burial 16 Sep 1681 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James

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Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1682 St Stephen Coleman Street, London
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Mildred Maxey Burial 26 Jan 1683 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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Thomas Maxey Burial 27 Jan 1685 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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George Maxey Marriage 1 Sep 1686 St George The Martyr, Surrey Ellinor Bartlett
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Joseph Maxey Burial 22 Jun 1686 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Martha Maxey Marriage 23 Feb 1687 St Michael Cornhill, London John Bookett
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Sarah Maxey Marriage 8 Dec 1687 All Hallows London Wall, London Peter Davy
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Martha Maxey Burial 30 Mar 1689 St Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex
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Jane Maxey Marriage 5 Feb 1694 All Hallows London Wall, London Samuel Perrey
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John Maxey Marriage 20 May 1696 St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London Rebecca Gutterige
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John Maxey Burial 5 Nov 1702 St Michael Wood Street, London John
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Hannah Maxey Burial 3 Oct 1704 St Andrew Holborn, London
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William Maxey Burial 19 Mar 1705 St Michael Wood Street, London Wm
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Dennis Burial 7 May 1636 St Giles Cripplegate, London Joseph Maxey
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Lucy Burial 31 Aug 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex Nathaniell Maxey
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Sarah Atkins Marriage 24 Jun 1680 All Hallows London Wall, London Nathaniell Maxey
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Ellinor Bartlett Marriage 1 Sep 1686 St George The Martyr, Surrey George Maxey
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George Bingley Marriage 21 Dec 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London Eliz Maxey
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John Bookett Marriage 23 Feb 1687 St Michael Cornhill, London Martha Maxey
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Peter Davy Marriage 8 Dec 1687 All Hallows London Wall, London Sarah Maxey
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Rebecca Gutterige Marriage 20 May 1696 St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London John Maxey
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Edward Hall Marriage 11 Dec 1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey Mary Maxey
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Agnes Joanes Marriage 22 Nov 1641 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey John Maxey
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Dionis Meade Marriage 22 Jan 1631 St Giles Cripplegate, London Joseph Maxey
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Samuel Perrey Marriage 5 Feb 1694 All Hallows London Wall, London Jane Maxey
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Dorothy Reynolds Marriage 22 May 1678 Holy Trinity Minories, London Andrew Maxey
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Ann Roberts Marriage 14 Feb 1669/1670 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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William Toces Marriage 12 Dec 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex Elizabeth Maxey
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Elizabeth West Marriage 3 Jun 1627 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey John Maxey

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John Maxey Burial 1 Dec 1613 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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John Maxey Marriage 3 Jun 1627 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Elizabeth West
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Ralph Maxey Christening 17 Aug 1628 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paule
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Bryan Maxey Burial 19 Mar 1629 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex
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John Maxey Burial 21 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John
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Johnye Maxey Baptism 12 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John Maxey
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Eliz Maxey Marriage 21 Dec 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London George Bingley
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Joseph Maxey Baptism 7 Nov 1630 St Thomas, Surrey William Maxey
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Paull Maxey Christening 4 Jul 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Paull Maxey Burial 8 Jul 1630 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Joseph Maxey Marriage 22 Jan 1631 St Giles Cripplegate, London Dionis Meade
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride Fleet Street, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride Fleet Street, London
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Eliz Maxey Christening 4 May 1632 St Giles Cripplegate, London Baull
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John Maxey Christening 15 Feb 1634 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey John Maxey
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An Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1635 St Katherine Coleman, London Richard
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Henry Maxey Burial 23 Aug 1635 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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Susanna Maxey Christening 31 Jan 1635 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paule
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Wm Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1636 St Giles Cripplegate, London Nathaniell
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Paule Maxey Burial 28 Jul 1637 St Giles Cripplegate, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 20 Dec 1637 St Giles Cripplegate, London Beecher
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Elizabeth Maxey Burial 25 Dec 1640 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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John Maxey Marriage 22 Nov 1641 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Agnes Joanes
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Susan Maxey Burial 15 Aug 1641 St Giles Cripplegate, London Paull
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Ann Maxey Burial 3 Oct 1642 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas,
Ann
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Anne Maxey Baptism 20 Nov 1642 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas Maxey,
Anne Maxey
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Ann Maxey Burial 14 Oct 1643 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas,
Ann
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Elizabeth Maxey Christening 30 Nov 1645 St Saviour, Surrey Hugh Maxey
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Hugh Maxey Burial 15 Jun 1646 St Saviour, Surrey
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Sar Maxey Burial Mar 1647/1648 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey James
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Luke Maxey Burial 14 Nov 1650 St Andrew Holborn, London
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Nathaniel Maxey Baptism 29 Oct 1650 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Nathaniel Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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John Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1653 St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London Thomas
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Jone Maxey Burial 13 May 1654 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Nathaniell Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Burial 7 Jan 1656 St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London
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John Maxey Burial 20 Sep 1661 St Andrew Holborn, London
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John Maxey Burial 8 Dec 1662 St Andrew Holborn, London
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James Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1668 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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James Maxey Marriage 14 Feb 1669/1670 St George The Martyr, Surrey Ann Roberts
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Maxey Christening 30 Dec 1670 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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Mr Anthony Maxey Burial 5 Jan 1670/1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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Beniamin Maxey Christening 14 Aug 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex Nathaniell Maxey,
Lucie Maxey
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Elizabeth Maxey Marriage 12 Dec 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Middlesex William Toces
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George Maxey Burial 20 Oct 1670 St Mary, Newington, Surrey Robert

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Mary Maxey Marriage 11 Dec 1671 St George The Martyr, Surrey Edward Hall
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Prince Maxey Burial 25 Jul 1672 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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James Maxey Christening 3 Aug 1673 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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James Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1673 St George The Martyr, Surrey James
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Richard Maxey Burial 2 Nov 1673 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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James Maxey Christening 28 Sep 1674 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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James Maxey Burial 24 Nov 1674 St George The Martyr, Surrey James
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Jane Maxey Christening 29 Nov 1674 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey
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Daniell Maxey Christening 28 Nov 1675 St George The Martyr, Surrey James Maxey
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Charles Maxey Christening 3 Oct 1676 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Maxey Burial 8 Aug 1677 St Mary At Lambeth, Surrey
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Susanna Maxey Burial 1 Apr 1677 St Mary Aldermary, London
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Andrew Maxey Marriage 22 May 1678 Holy Trinity Minories, London Dorothy Reynolds
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Joseph Maxey Christening 18 Mar 1678 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Sarah Maxey Christening 6 Oct 1679 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Benjamin Maxey Christening 17 Oct 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Benjamin Maxey Burial 18 Oct 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Nathaniell Maxey Marriage 24 Jun 1680 All Hallows London Wall, London Sarah Atkins
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Sarah Maxey Burial 27 Aug 1680 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Benjamin Maxey Christening 18 Sep 1681 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Daniell Maxey Burial 18 May 1681 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James
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James Maxey Burial 16 Sep 1681 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James
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Maxey Burial 27 Oct 1682 St Stephen Coleman Street, London
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Mildred Maxey Burial 26 Jan 1683 St George The Martyr, Surrey
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Elizabeth Maxey Christening 21 Jun 1685 St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey James Maxey,
Ann Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Christening 25 Jan 1685 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
Jane Maxey
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Thomas Maxey Burial 27 Jan 1685 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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George Maxey Marriage 1 Sep 1686 St George The Martyr, Surrey Ellinor Bartlett
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Joseph Maxey Burial 22 Jun 1686 St Stephen Coleman Street, London Charles
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Martha Maxey Marriage 23 Feb 1687 St Michael Cornhill, London John Bookett
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Sarah Maxey Marriage 8 Dec 1687 All Hallows London Wall, London Peter Davy
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Mary Maxey Baptism 17 May 1688 Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey Nathaniel Maxey,
Mary Maxey
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Martha Maxey Burial 30 Mar 1689 St Paul, Shadwell, Middlesex
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Jane Maxey Marriage 5 Feb 1694 All Hallows London Wall, London Samuel Perrey
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John Maxey Marriage 20 May 1696 St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London Rebecca Gutterige
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Rebecca Maxey Baptism 2 Apr 1699 St Mary Staining, London Jno Maxey,
Eliz Maxey

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Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Francis
VITAL:
Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England
VITAL:
Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop of Gloucester, 1660-1800
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, John
DEATH:
1620
VITAL:
Ecton, Northamptonshire, England
VITAL:
Northamptonshire, Rutland: – Calendar of Wills, 1510-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Martin, Daniel John Maxey John Hackney Jon Barwell
DEATH:
8 May 1682
VITAL:
Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England
VITAL:
Northamptonshire: – Administrations, Archdeaconry of Northampton, 1667-1710
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey 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

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxye, Maxey, Peter
VITAL:
1492, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills and Administrations in The Probate Registry At Canterbury, 1396-1558 and 1640-1650
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Thomas
VITAL:
1657, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Edward
VITAL:
1653, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Robert
VITAL:
1656, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
John Hayward William Maxey Robert Chamberlyn John Phillips
VITAL:
Suffolk, England
VITAL:
Suffolk: – Wills of The Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1625-1626
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Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxie, Anne
VITAL:
Jan 1650-1 May 1649 1650, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Nathaniell
VITAL:
1653, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Elizabeth
VITAL:
1650, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Grevill
VITAL:
1649, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxie, Anne
VITAL:
1651, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxie Maxey
VITAL:
General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxie, Maxey, Edward
VITAL:
1621, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, John Thos. Maxey
VITAL:
1657, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, William
VITAL:
1657, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Edward
VITAL:
1691, General, England
VITAL:
England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693
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Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxye, John, Gent.
DEATH:
1600
VITAL:
Bradwell-Iuxta-Cogge­shall, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
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Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Maxye, John, Gent.
DEATH:
1600
VITAL:
Bradwell-Iuxta-Cogge­shall, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
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Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Henry
DEATH:
1617
VITAL:
Perry Grafham, 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, Henry
DEATH:
1617
VITAL:
Perry Grafham, 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, Tho.
DEATH:
1618
VITAL:
Holbeach, 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, Tho.
DEATH:
1618
VITAL:
Holbeach, 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, John
DEATH:
1620
VITAL:
Ecton, Rutland, England
VITAL:
Northamptonshire, Rutland: – Calendar of Wills, 1510-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, John
DEATH:
1620
VITAL:
Ecton, Northamptonshire, England
VITAL:
Northamptonshire, Rutland: – Calendar of Wills, 1510-1652

UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, John
DEATH:
1620
VITAL:
Ecton, Rutland, England
VITAL:
Northamptonshire, Rutland: – Calendar of Wills, 1510-1652
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Henry
DEATH:
1620
VITAL:
Stebbing, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Henry
DEATH:
1620
VITAL:
Stebbing, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Agnes, Wymondham
DEATH:
May 1624
VITAL:
Leics, 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, Mildred
DEATH:
1624
VITAL:
Bradwell, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Sir Henry
DEATH:
1624
VITAL:
Bradwell-Iuxta-Cogge­shall, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Mildred
DEATH:
1624
VITAL:
Bradwell, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Sir Henry
DEATH:
1624
VITAL:
Bradwell-Iuxta-Cogge­shall, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Agnes, Wymondham
DEATH:
May 1624
VITAL:
Leics, 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, Ann
DEATH:
1627
VITAL:
Stebbing, Essex, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Ann
DEATH:
1627
VITAL:
Stebbing, Hertfordshire, England
VITAL:
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720
UK, Extracted Probate Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Maxey, Rd., Gent.
DEATH:
1640
VITAL:
Burgh-in-The-Marsh, 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, Rd., Gent.
DEATH:
1640
VITAL:
Burgh-in-The-Marsh, 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, Rd.
DEATH:
Jun 1645
VITAL:
Edenham, 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, Rd.
DEATH:
Jun 1645
VITAL:
Edenham, 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, Hy.
DEATH:
Aug 1647
VITAL:
Swinstead, 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, Hy.
DEATH:
Aug 1647
VITAL:
Swinstead, 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, Alexander
CIVIL:
Jul 1684 – Wenham
Essex, Massachusetts Probate Records, 1638-1840

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Alexander Maxey; Maxie; Maxy
CIVIL:
24 Jun 1684
RESIDENCE:
Wenham
Essex, Massachusetts Probate Records, 1638-1840

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

NAME:
Benjamin Maxey; Maxie; Maxy
RESIDENCE:
Beverly
Essex, Massachusetts Probate Records, 1638-1840

Wills, Estates & Guardian Records

London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
about Nathaniel Maxey Name: Nathaniel Maxey
Baptism Date: 29 Oct 1650
Parish: All Hallows Honey Lane
County: London
Borough: City of London
Parent(s): Nathaniel Maxey,
Jane Maxey
Record Type: Baptism

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London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
about Nathaniell Maxey Name: Nathaniell Maxey
Marriage Date: 24 Jun 1680
Parish: All Hallows London Wall
County: London
Borough: City of London
Spouse: Sarah Atkins
Record Type: Marriage

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, Edward Text: Maxey, Edward, mcht., Kings Lynne, Norf. 1653 373
Book: Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653–1656. (Will)
Collection: England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxie, Maxey, Edward Text: 1621 Maxie, Maxey, Edward, Bradwell, Essex 85 Dale
Book: 1620 to 1629.
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, Edward Text: Maxey, Edward, mar., Shadwell, Mdx. 1691 102
Book: Year Folio
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about John Hayward William Maxey Robert Chamberlyn John Phillips Text: Wit. John Hayward. William Maxey. Robert Chamberlyn. John Phillips.
Book: Marriages at Wichling, 1577 to 1837. (Marriage)
Collection: Suffolk: – Wills of The Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1625-1626

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, William Text: Maxey, William, clk, vicar of Thornbery, Gloucs. 1657 394
Book: Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1657-1660 (Will)
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, Nathaniell Text: Maxey, Nathaniell, aldm., Kings Lynne, Norf. 1653 17
Book: Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653–1656. (Will)
Collection: England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, Edward Text: Maxey, Edward, mar., Shadwell, Mdx. 1691 102
Book: Year Folio
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693
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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, Edward Text: Maxey, Edward, mcht., Kings Lynne, Norf. 1653 373
Book: Calendar of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653–1656. (Will)
Collection: England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656

UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxie, Maxey, Edward Text: 1621 Maxie, Maxey, Edward, Bradwell, Essex 85 Dale
Book: 1620 to 1629.
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629

UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxey, Edward Text: Maxey, Edward, mar., Shadwell, Mdx. 1691 102
Book: Year Folio
Collection: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693

England, Extracted Parish and Court Records
about Edward Maxey Elizabeth Glascock Text: 10 Feb 1668-9 Edward Maxey, of St Margaret’s, Westmr, Gent., Bachr, abt 25, & Elizabeth Glascock, of the same, Wid., abt 26; at St Margaret’s, Westmr, St Martin’s in the Fields, or St Mary, Savoy, Midd. [Entry cancelled.]
Book: 1668-9.
Collection: England: Canterbury – Marriage Licences Issued By The Archbishop of Canterbury, 1660 To 1668

England, Extracted Parish and Court Records
about Edward Maxey Elizabeth Glascock Text: 10 Feb 1668-9 Edward Maxey, of St Margaret’s, Westmr, Gent., Bachr, abt 25, & Elizabeth Glascock, of the same, Wid., abt 26; at St Margaret’s, Westmr, St Martin’s in the Fields, or St Mary, Savoy, Midd. [Entry cancelled.]
Book: 1668-9.
Collection: England: Canterbury – Marriage Licences Issued By The Archbishop of Canterbury, 1660 To 1668

Suffolk, England, Extracted Parish Records
about Edward Maxey Text: There was also an Edward Maxey, who published a treatise in 1601 to prove that ploughing and setting of corn was more profitable and less chargeable than ploughing and sowing. (B. M. Cat.)
Book: Shotley Taxpayers.
Collection: Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)
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1600
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619 Marriages at Curry Rivel, 1642 to 1812. Index to Wills Now
Preserved in the Essex Record Office Chelmsford 1400 – 1619 fo. 53 County: Hertfordshire Country: England
1600 Maxey, Maxye, John, gent., Bradwell-iuxta-Cogge­shall 107 BW 26

1601
Lancashire: Penwortham -Parish Registers, 1608-1755 Marriages. Administrations Granted in the Consistory
Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1601-1659. Volume 4. County: Lancashire Country: England Maxey, Ann, Bratoft, 1601 :
Avi, 116; B I, 144.

1601
After Lady Margaret’s death her grandson, King Henry VIII, became owner of the manor re: 7
Watch the Tudors

1602
Peterborough, Depynggate, Maxey, Peykyrke, and the advowson of Etton church.

1607
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire
Wills, 1479-1652 Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the
Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the
Archdeaconry of Huntingdon Now Preserved in the Probate Registry of Peterborough. Original Wills in
Bundles. 1615-1652. County: Huntingdonshire Country: England 1617 Maxey, Henry, Perry Grafham 62 20 227

1609
Name: Henry Maxey Father: Maxey Birth Date: 1609 City: Powhatan State: VA Country: USA

1610
Leicestershire: – Marriage Licences, 1570-1729 Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the
Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. Leicester Marriage Bonds and
Allegations. 1570–1729. Incomplete entries not embodied in the volume owing to omissions or defects.
County: Leicestershire Country: England Maxey, John, Somerbee. 1610. Book 1, fo. 72. Marshall, Sarah, w.,
Bottesford.

1610
Name: William Humphreys Gender: male Birth Place: En Birth Year: 1610 Spouse Name: Mary Maxey Spouse
Birth Year: 1620 Marriage
Year: 1640 Marriage State: En Number Pages: 1

1612
William Maxey London, Middlesey, England 1727
England

1614
Lancashire: Penwortham -Parish Registers, 1608-1755 Marriages. Administrations Granted in the Consistory
Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1601-1659. Volume 4. County: Lancashire Country: England Maxey, William, labourer,
Alvingham, 1614 : Axi, 216; B I, 186.

1614
John Smith sailed along the coast of Massachusetts. He wrote a book, A Description of New England, which
guided settlers to the Massachusetts region

1615
Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey , of Saint James Colchester, Essex

25 Mar 1615
Edward Maxey publishes article on plowing and setting crop rows England library photos

1617
Lancashire: Penwortham -Parish Registers, 1608-1755 Marriages. Administrations Granted in the Consistory
Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1601-1659. Volume 4. County: Lancashire Country: England Maxey, John, Surflet, 1617 :
Ax, 30.

1617
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire
Wills, 1479-1652 Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the
Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the
Archdeaconry of Huntingdon Now Preserved in the Probate Registry of Peterborough. Original Wills in
Bundles. 1615-1652. County: Huntingdonshire Country: England 1617 Maxey, Henry, Perry Grafham 62 20 227

1618
Will of Anthony Maxie , Doctor in Divinity and Dean of King’s free Chapel in Windsor of New Windsor, Berkshire

1618
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire
Wills, 1479-1652 Marriage. Wills Proved in the Consistory Court of Lincoln. Calendar No. 4. 1601–1652. County:
Huntingdonshire Country: England Maxey, Tho., Holbeach 1618 2, 223

1618
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire
Wills, 1479-1652 Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the
Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. Wills Proved in the Consistory Court of Lincoln.
Calendar No. 4. 1601–1652. County: Huntingdonshire Country: England Maxey, Tho., Holbeach 1618 2, 223

1618
Will of Anthony Maxie , Doctor in Divinity and Dean of King’s free Chapel in Windsor of New Windsor, Berkshire

1618
Anthony Maxey Dean of Windsor

1618
Name: Maxey, Anthony Birth – Death: d1618 Source Citation

1618
Lincolnshire & Huntingdonshire: – Calendar of Lincolnshire Wills, 1601-1652, Calendars of Huntingdonshire
Wills, 1479-1652 Marriages From Transcripts. Wills Proved in the Consistory Court of Lincoln. Calendar No. 4.
1601–1652. County: Lincolnshire Country: England Maxey, Tho., Holbeach 1618 2, 223

08 Jun 1620
Kent: Canterbury – Marriage Licence allegations, Dean of Westminster, 1558-1699 and Vicar-General of the
Archbishop of Canterbury, 1660 to 1679 Marriage Licences Issued by the Dean and Chapter of Westminster.
1620. County: Kent Country: England 08 Jun 1620 “Amia” Maxey, of St Margaret’s, Westminster, Gent., &
Elizabeth Burbadge, of St Clement Danes, Spr; at St Leonard’s in St Martin le Grand77.

1620
Mary Maxey Marriage to William Humphreys
Charles City, VA 1620
London, England 1687 Henrico, VA

1620
The Pilgrims left England on the Mayflower and landed in the New World at Plymouth. Before leaving the
ship, they drew up the Mayflower Compact

1620
Maxey, John: Ecton M. 234 Northamptonshire, Rutland: – Calendar of Wills, 1510-1652 Calendar of Wills
Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of
Groby, 1580-1800. Second Series. Original Wills. 1610 to 1644. County: Northamptonshire Country: England
1620 Maxey, John: Ecton M. 234

1620
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720 Marriages at Curry Rivel, 1642 to 1812. Index To Wills Now
Preserved In The Essex Record Office Chelmsford 1620-1720 County: Essex Country: England 1620 Maxey,
Henry, labourer, Stebbing 212 BW 43

1621
The Plymouth, Massachusetts colonists created the first treaty with Native Americans and celebrated the First
Thanksgiving.

1621
Will of Edward Maxey , of Bradwell, Essex

1621
John Gates, Virginia,USA 1731
,Virginia,USA

1623-15 Feb 1648
Grevile Maxey EMMANUEL Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, Jan. 13, 1623-4. S. and h. of Sir William (1583), of Bradwell, Essex, Knt. Matric. 1623-
4. Adm. at Lincoln’s Inn, Aug. 3, 1626. Succeeded his father at Bradwell. Died Feb. 15, 1648. Brother of Henry
(1623-4). (Vis. of Essex, 1634; Morant, II. 1624.)

1624
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720 Marriages at Curry Rivel, 1642 to 1812. Index To Wills Now
Preserved In The Essex Record Office Chelmsford 1620-1720 County: Essex Country: England 1624 Maxey, Sir
Henry, kt., Bradwell-iuxta-Cogge­shall 224 BW 46

1624
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720 Marriages at Curry Rivel, 1642 to 1812. Index To Wills Now
Preserved In The Essex Record Office Chelmsford 1620-1720 County: Hertfordshire Country: England 1624
Maxey, Mildred, wid., ‘Bradwell’ 218 BW 46

1624
Wills of the Archdeaconry of Suffolk 1625-1626 > Will Register for 1625
william maxey wit will of william cole of east bergholt 1624

1625
john branstow & william maxey to be exors of john barwick of east burgholt clothier
1625-1626 william maxey (e) 6,(w) 210

1625
William Maxey ,Powhatan,Virginia,U­SA 1656

1627
Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1620-1720 Marriages at Curry Rivel, 1642 to 1812. Index To Wills Now
Preserved In The Essex Record Office Chelmsford 1620-1720 County: Hertfordshire Country: England 1627
Maxey, Ann, wid., Stebbing 10 BW 48

1628 – 1653
William Maxie c Thomas King saying he caught him with Hester Jacke at midnight suspiciously in a Rowe.
Taking hold of them he said if Hester had not been a puritan he would not have said so much.

1630
The Puritans settled in Massachusetts and the town of Boston was founded by John Winthrop as an
extension of the colony at Salem.

1630’s
? The Will of William Maxeys wife Mary witnessed by Brothers Laurence & William Britton.
Re# 3

1632
Elizabeth Johnson Powhatan,,Virginia,U­SA 1721-11-16
Andover,Essex,Massac­husetts,USA Marriage to William Maxey ,
Powhatan,Virginia,US­A 1656

1633
Wm. {William?} Maxie v. John Oliffe: tithe GDR/B4/3/1196
Wm. {William?} Maxie v. John Oliffe: tithe GDR/B4/3/1196Indentu­re – Lease for 10 Years Hare 3998 210 x 1
1) Henry Earl of Manchester and Dame Margaret his wife 2) Robert Maxie, yeoman Part of salt marsh in
Wallpoole Rent £9 28 Nov 9 Car I

1633
1) Henry Earl of Manchester and Dame Margaret his wife 2) Robert Maxie, yeoman Part of salt marsh in
Wallpoole Rent £9 28 Nov 9 Car I

1633
Amyas Maxey wife Elizabeth (Burbage)Maxey

1633
Name: Alexander Maxey Birth Date: 1633 Birthplace: Scolorado, Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number:
238 Reference: Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for
gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280;
18 Aug 1919, 7280; 24 Jan 1921, 8562

1633
James Burbage son of Amias Maxey Grandfather Cuthbert adopted

1634
in recital. Redeemable on payment of £200 to (i) at his house in Plymouth on 12 August 1635. Witd. Thos.
{Thomas?} Stephens, Sam. {Samuel?} Macy, Jn. {John?} Toser (public notary) Memorandum that on 22
September 1635 there was tendered to C. Byll the

1634
William Maxey EMMANUEL Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
about Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, Jan. 16, 1633-4. S. of William, draper, of East Bergholt, Suffolk. Matric. 1634;
B.A. 1637-8; M.A. from St John’s, 1641. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 25, 1642, age 26, as C. of Roydon; priest,
Apr. 17, 1644. R. of Shotley, Suffolk, 1644. (Vis. of Suffolk, 1664.)

1636
Lancashire: Penwortham -Parish Registers, 1608-1755 Marriages. Administrations Granted in the Consistory
Court of Lincoln, A.D. 1601-1659. Volume 4. County: Lancashire Country: England Maxey, John, Wibberton,
1636 : B I,

1637
Wm. {William?} Maxie v. John Oliffe: tithe GDR/B4/3/1196

1637
Lease for year. Anthony Maxy of Brodwell iuxta Coggeshall, Essex, Susan, his wife, Mildred Maxey of same,
widow, his mother, Richard Cocks of Middle Temple, London, Esq., Oliver Raymond of Walter Belchampe,
Essex, John Berners of Finchingfeild, Essex, gent., and Arden Adderly of Hams, co. War. A fourth part of
messuages, lands and appurtenances in Curdworth and Bordesley. (Please order number 659) MS 917/1844

1637
Bedfordshire: Wilstead – Parish Registers of Wilstead, 1593-1812 Marriages Marriages Villata de Bedeford.
County: Bedfordshire Country: England 1637 Jan 16 Jn Maxey Joan Edwardes

28 May 1638
Bedfordshire: Wilstead – Parish Registers of Wilstead, 1593-1812 Marriages Marriages Villata de Bedeford.
County: Bedfordshire Country: England 1638 May 28 Thos Maxey Alice Edwardes

1639
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776
5 April 1639-16 May 1639. John Farnabie, Richard Whitaker, Samuell
Wade, Luke Sankey, John Jackson, Robert Howarde, Harriot Washborne,
James Simkin, Robert Dunne, Edward Maxy, Thomade, Abraham Pomfrett,
Christopher Vivion, Samuell Andrewes and Thomas Barnard shippers of
goods in the Mayflower, Mr. William Caine, bound from London to New
England with passengers and planters. (PRO:E190/42/3 & 43/6).

1639
Petition of William Maxy, servant to Wm. {William?} Earl of Derby, and Lieutenant of the Trained Band, to be
admitted to the freedom. Note of votes cast on the motion, he was to be free on payment of £5.

1639
Petition of William Maxy and Jacob Lingley serving as Lieutenant and Auntient or Ensign Bearer for the
Trained Band within the City, asking for an allowance to be paid them as the Captain was allowed a yearly
pension. Note that the Lieutenant was granted

1639
Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey of Saint James Colchester, Essex

5 April 1639-16 May 1639.
John Farnabie, Richard Whitaker, Samuell
Wade, Luke Sankey, John Jackson, Robert Howarde, Harriot Washborne,
James Simkin, Robert Dunne, Edward Maxy, Thomade, Abraham Pomfrett,
Christopher Vivion, Samuell Andrewes and Thomas Barnard shippers of
goods in the Mayflower, Mr. William Caine, bound from London to New
England with passengers and planters. (PRO:E190/42/3 & 43/6).

1639
Thomas Maxy arrives to the Colonies re; 1

10 Oct 1639
Will of Mary Maxey, Wife of East Bergholt, Suffolk

1607-1639
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-17765 April 1639-16 May 1639. John Farnabie, Richard Whitaker,
SamuellWade, Luke Sankey, John Jackson, Robert Howarde, Harriot Washborne,James Simkin, Robert Dunne,
Edward Maxy, Thomade, Abraham Pomfrett,Christopher Vivion, Samuell Andrewes and Thomas Barnard
shippers ofgoods in the Mayflower, Mr. William Caine, bound from London to NewEngland with passengers
and planters. (PRO:E190/42/3 & 43/6).

1640
Mary Maxey Gender Birth Year: 1620 Spouse Name: William Humphreys Spouse Birth Year: 1610 Marriage

29 Mar 1641
Will of Simon Maxey, Gentleman of Saint Bartholomew without Westgate Chichester, Sussex

1642
Daughter of Margaret Humphreys
1642 Henrico, VA 1692 Henrico, VA

1643
Elizabeth Woodhouse /1668 1692/1755

1643
leaving as co-heirs his four sisters, Anne wife of Sir Charles Adderley, whose share descended to their son
Arderne Adderley, Elizabeth wife of Sir William Pooley, whose heir was their daughter Susannah, afterwards
the wife of Anthony Maxey, Dorothy, who married Harvey Bagot, and Goditha or Judith, who married
Herbert Price. (fn. 40)

08 April 1643
Maxey, Charles, wea A Maxey, William, wea B

1643
Name: Mary Maxey Birth Date: 1643 Volume: 112 Page Number: 240 Reference: Gen. Column of the ” Boston
Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the
period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 24 Jan 1921, 8562

1644
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 12. The
Clergy. Section 2. The Rectors. County: Suffolk Country: England 17 Apr 1644. William Maxey. Presented by Sir
Henry Felton on the death of Robert Firman. –From the published register of St. John’s College, Cambridge, I
learn

1644
Edward Wyatt 1619 Boxley,,Kent,England 1670
Boxley,Gloucester,Vi­rginia,USA
Marriage to Jane Conquest Boxley,Gloucester,Vi­rginia,USA

1644
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 20.
Remnants. In the Butterye. County: Suffolk Country: England 10. Maxey Family. In giving an account of
William Maxey, rector 1644 — 1686 , at p. 324–326, I said that his pedigree was entered in the Visitation of
Suffolk, 1664. Since t

1644
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 12. The
Clergy. Section 2. The Rectors. County: Suffolk Country: England There was also an Edward Maxey, who
published a treatise in 1601 to prove that ploughing and setting of corn was more profitable and less
chargeable than ploughing and sowing. (B. M. Cat.)

1644-1687
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 12. The
Clergy. Section 2. The Rectors. County: Suffolk Country: England William Maxey 1644 — 1687

1644 — 1686
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 20.
Remnants. Maxey of Shotley. County: Suffolk Country: England 10. Maxey Family. In giving an account of
William Maxey, rector 1644 — 1686 , at p. 324–326, I said that his pedigree was entered in the Visitation of
Suffolk, 1664. Since t

1644
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 11.
Gleanings From the Kirkton Manor Rolls. Tenants at Will in Kirton [1613]. County: Suffolk Country: England
William Maxey was rector from 1644 till his death in Feb 1687. As he bought this house during the
Commonwealth I thought that possibly he was then dispossessed of the rectory. But perhaps not. He

1645
and Elizabeth Maxey, be absolutely discharged, and for ever freed, from any Claim, Demand, or Delinquency,
for or concerning the same; and the said Master, Wardens, Freemen, and Commonalty, and the Persons
abovenamed

1645
That this House doth approve of, and agree unto, the Exchange of Major Maxey, Prisoner to the Parliament,
for Major Ennys, Prisoner to the King’s Forces.

1647
Ford v. Macy: Devon. . Ford v. Macy: Devon. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Pleadings before 1714

1623-15 Feb 1648
Grevile Maxey EMMANUEL Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, Jan. 13, 1623-4. S. and h. of Sir William (1583), of Bradwell, Essex, Knt. Matric. 1623-
4. Adm. at Lincoln’s Inn, Aug. 3, 1626. Succeeded his father at Bradwell. Died Feb. 15, 1648. Brother of Henry
(1623-4). (Vis. of Essex, 1634; Morant, II. 1624.)

1649
Warehouse on the south side of Common Stath yard late in the occupation of Humphry Merrideath; chamber
on the south side of Common Stath yard late in the occupation of Thomas Gipps Lease for 10 years from 25
March to Edward Maxey, merchant, 2 April

1649 – 1714
Marlowe v Maxie. . Marlowe v Maxie. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Country Depositions, Series II Six
Clerk Division: Bridges The National Archives, Kew

1649
Will of Anne Maxey of Bradwell Hall, Essex

05 July 1649
Will of William Maxey, Clothier of East Bergholt, Suffolk

1649-50
The Will of Anne Maxey Mother Dame Helen & Sister Elizabeth Barker. Re# 3

08 Sep 1650
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1650 County: Suffolk Country: England 08 Sep 1650
Maria Maxey primogenita Guilielmi et Elisabethae uxoris ejus.

05 Jul 1650
Gloucestershire: Dymock – Parish Registers, 1538-1790 <GR:”H3″Burials. Vol. 3 Parchment Register: 1538-1715
<GR:”H3″1650 County: Gloucestershire Country: England William Wintour & Margaret Maxey

1650
Edward Maxey Henrico,,Virginia,US­A 1726-12-10 Goochland,,Virginia,­USA
married in 1689 Elizabeth Ann Wyatt 1651Goochland,,Virgi­nia,USA 1670 Goochland,,Virginia,­USA

26 Feb 1650
Sentence of Ann Maxey of Bradwell Hall, Essex

23 Nov 1651
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1651 County: Suffolk Country: England 23 Nov 1651
Guilielmus Maxey filius Guilielmi et Elisabethae uxoris.

1651-1670
Elizabeth Ann Wyatt Goochland,,Virginia,­USA Goochland,,Virginia,­USA

1653
Online Document PROB 11/232
Will of Edward Maxey , Merchant of King’s Lynn, Norfolk
How old to be able to make will (20)

27 Oct 1653
London: St. Benet & St. Peter, Paul’s Wharf – Register of Burials, 1607-1837 Burials. Burials. 1653. County:
London Country: England 27 Oct 1653 John s. of Thomas Maxey

1653
Bedfordshire: Wilstead – Parish Registers of Wilstead, 1593-1812 Marriages Marriages Villata de Bedeford.
County: Bedfordshire Country: England 1653 Jul 7 Daniel Dorcas Maxey

1653
T Maxey printed book for Richard Marriot

25 Dec 1653
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1653 County: Suffolk Country: England 25 Dec 1653
Elisabeth Maxey filia Guilielmi et Elisabethae uxoris.

19 Aug 1653
Will of Nathaniel Maxey, Alderman of Kings Lynn, Norfolk

30 Sept 1653
Will of Edward Maxey, Merchant of King’s Lynn, Norfolk

1654
Roger Withies and Thos. Lease for 10 years from 25 March to Edward Maxey, merchant, 2 April

1654
Same premises KL/C51/97, sometime demised to Simon Loake and late in the occupation of Edward Maxey,
merchant, excepting liberty of access for the Mayor and burgesses to the yard where clay has usually been
taken to dig up and carry away clay or manure

18 Feb 1654
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1654 County: Suffolk Country: England 18 Feb 1654
Maria filia Guilielmi et Elisabethae Maxey.

26 Nov 1656
Will of Robert Maxey of Terrington, Norfolk

1656-1677
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 11.
Gleanings From the Kirkton Manor Rolls. Tenants at Will in Kirton [1613]. County: Suffolk Country: England
1656 , 1677. William Maxey clerke for tenement by the churchyard late Thomas Thrumbolds 4d

07 Jan 1656
London: St. Benet & St. Peter, Paul’s Wharf – Register of Burials, 1607-1837 Burials. Burials. 1656. County:
London Country: England 07 Jan 1656 Thomas Maxey, Printer

06 Jul 1656
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1656 County: Suffolk Country: England 06 Jul 1656
Thomas Maxey filius secundus Guilielmi et Elisabethae.

1656
Susannah Busby Peterborough, Northamptonshire,Eng­land

18 Jan 1657
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1657 County: Suffolk Country: England 18 Jan 1657
Anna Maxey filia quarta Guilielmi et Elisabethae

29 Nov 1657
Lancashire: Aughton – Parish Register, 1541-1764 Christenynges. Christenynges. 1657 County: Lancashire
Country: England fil. Maxey Borskow 29 Nov 1657

15 Feb 1657
Lancashire: Aughton – Parish Register, 1541-1764 Buryalls. Buryalls. 1657 County: Lancashire Country:
England Anne fa. Maxey Borscow

1657
Will of George Macy or Macie , Yeoman of Westbury, Wiltshire

02 Oct 1657
Will of William Maxey, Clerk and Vicar of Thornbery, Gloucestershire

06 Nov 1657
Will of John Maxey of Bletsoe, Bedfordshire

20 Jan 1657
Will of Thomas Maxey, Stationer of London

1658
Sir William Poley and Anthony Maxey and Susan his wife (fn. 75) (daughter of Sir William
reference to the great fire of london

1658
Bapt-Charles s. Arabella Maxey widow St Dionis Backchurch London p. 279

1658
Macy alias Vavisour v Sheeres: Devon . Macy alias Vavisour v Sheeres: Devon Court of Chancery: Six Clerks
Office: Pleadings before 1714, Whittington The National Archives, Kew

1659
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776
5 August 1659. George Simkins of Woodspring, Som, yeoman, and Henry
Lurton of Woodspring bound to William Jordan, planter, to serve 7 and 4
years in Virginia. Evan Jones of Llandopia (sic), Carmarthen, smith,
bound to John Macy, mariner, to serve 3 years in Barbados. Mary Davis
of Lydney, Glos, bound to John Hitchens, mariner, to serve 4 years in
Barbados. Britwood Child of Bristol, spinster, bound to Anthony
Rumigard to serve 4 years in Virginia. Ann Moore of Portishead, Som,
spinster, bound to Henry Atkins, mariner, to serve 4 years in Virginia.
(BRO).

1659
Will of Elizabeth Macy alias Banstone or Macie , Widow of Andover, Hampshire

17 Nov 1661
Will of Guiliel Maxey of Bradwich Hall, Essex

14 Nov 1661
The Will of Henry Maxey of Great Saling, Essex

05 Nov 1661
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1661 County: Suffolk Country: England 05 Nov 1661
Johannes Maxey filius Guilielmi et Elisabethae.

14 Jan 1661
Mary Payne, orphan FL501/7/720
Francis Maxsie, yeoman, and wife Elizabeth (Master)

1662
The occupant of 8B in 1662-3 and 1666 was probably Nathaniel Moxey or Maxey, silkman, whose house was
said to have 7 hearths in 1662-3 but only 5 in 1666. (fn. 106)
sunset fits the scenerio of Nathaniel Maxey Sr. Nathaniel seems to be son of Henry

06 Mar 1662
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1663 County: Suffolk Country: England 06 Mar 1662
Charles Maxey sonn of William & Elisabeth. possibly nathaniel brother and Edward Sr Uncle

1662
Name: David Maxey Birth Date: 1662 Volume: 112 Page Number: 239 Reference: Gen. Column of the ” Boston
Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the
period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280; 18 Aug 1919, 7280

06 Mar 1662
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1662 County: Suffolk Country: England 06 Mar 1662
Charles Maxey sonn of William & Elisabeth.

1662
William Humphrey , Mary Maxey Marriage Place:Charles City, VA
Margaret Humphreys Joseph

1664
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 20.
Remnants. Maxey of Shotley. County: Suffolk Country: England William Maxey of Shotley, clerk, 1664

1664
Name: Mary Maxey Birth Date: 1664 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 240 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280; 18 Aug 1919,
7280

1664
Indenture of fine between Henry Chattocke, plaintiff and Herbert Prise, bart., Goodethea, his wife, Anthony
Maxsey, esq., Susanna, his wife, Oliver Raymond, esq., John Berners, gent., Harvey Bagott, esq., Arden
Adderley, esq., and Josiah Bull, gent., deforiants, of lands and appurtenances in Castle Bromwich and Aston.
Michaelmas term 16 Chas. II. MS 3013/Acc 1886-002/86017

1666
Lease for year. Anthony Maxy of Brodwell iuxta Coggeshall, Essex, Susan, his wife, Mildred Maxey of same,
widow, his mother, Richard Cocks of Middle Temple, London, Esq., Oliver Raymond of Walter Belchampe,
Essex, John Berners of Finchingfeild, Essex, gent., and Arden Adderly of Hams, co. War. A fourth part of
messuages, lands and appurtenances in Curdworth and Bordesley. (Please order number 659) MS 917/1844

15 Jan 1666
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Cristeninges or Baptysynges Cristeninges or Baptysynges 1666 County: Suffolk Country: England 15 Jan 1666
Thomas Maxey gent sonn of William & Elisabeth. (This William is possibly Nathanials father. This Thomas
could be Nathaniel brother)

1666
Name: Margaret Maxey Birth Date: 1666 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 240 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280

1668
Name: Alexander Maxey Birth Date: 1668 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 238
Reference: Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for
gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280;
24 Jan 1921, 8562

1670
Will of Symon Maxy or Maxye , Gentleman of Saint Katherine London

1670
Name: John Maxey Birth Date: 1670 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 239 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280; 18 Aug 1919,
7280

1671
about Margaret Humphreys William Will Humphreys , Mary Maxey Charles City CO, VA

1673
Name: Samuel Maxey Birth Date: 1673 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 240 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280

1674
Edward Maxey Father: William Maxey Mother: Elizabeth Plamer Johnson Birth Date: 1674 City: Wales State: IN
Country: USA

1674
Edward Maxey London,,,England 1737-04-18 Goochland,,Virginia,­USA

1674
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 11.
Gleanings From the Kirkton Manor Rolls. Tenants at Will in Kirton [1613]. County: Suffolk Country: England
Richard Stevens, father of this minor, died in 1687. In 1674 he was occupying a house with 2 hearths, and
perhaps that is this house rented from Mr. Maxey.

1675
Name: William Maxey Birth Date: 1675 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 240 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280; 18 Aug 1919,
7280

1676
articles. 135. CHESTER (St John) William Maxie c Thomas King saying he caught him with Hester Jacke at
midnight suspiciously in a Rowe. Taking hold of them he said if Hester had not been a puritan he would not
have said so much. 136. CHESTER Excommunication

1677
Will of William Macy , Gentleman of Winterborne Stickland, Dorset

1678
Name: Sarah Maxey Birth Date: 1678 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 240 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280

1678
Susannah Gates Manakin,Henrico,Virg­inia,USA 1743-05-31Goochland,­,Virginia,USA

1678
Alexander Maxey
Vol:page: 7:8

25 May 1680
Mary Maxsy FL501/7/743
Francis Maxsy, husbandman (Master)

1680
James Maxey Astrophilus

1680
Name: Elizabeth Maxey Birth Date: 1680 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 239 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280

1681
Margaret Humphreys Maurice Floyd
Parents: William Humphreys , Mary Maxey

31 Jul 1681
Middlesex: St. Margaret Westminster – Parish Registers, 1666-1699 Christenings Christenings July County:
Middlesex Country: England 31 Jul 1681 John Maxey s. to John by Martha

1682
Name: Benoni Maxey Birth Date: 1682 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 238 Reference:
Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for
the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280

08 May 1682
by John Maxey innholder. Invent. £101 3s. 6d. taken
Northamptonshire: – Administrations, Archdeaconry of Northampton

20 Apr 1684
Middlesex: St. Katherine by the Tower – Parish Registers, 1666-1695 Burials Burials Parts 4 and 5 County:
Middlesex Country: England 20 Apr 1684 Maxey Tid Gr. y. 23 Apr 1684

July 1684
Maxey, Alexander July 1684
Town: Wenham Type: inv
Vol./page: IX:299

24 Jun 1684
File #: 18030 Alexander Maxey; Maxie; Maxy
24 Jun 1684 Residence: Wenham
Type: intestate Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840
similiar to the Norfolk Va birth of Edward but not true as most names for america where named by our
english or eurpopean forefathers
ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS, PROBATE INDEX, 1638-1840
????? Alexander Maxey; Maxie; Maxy 24 Jun 1684 Wenham intestate,
Benjamin Maxey; Maxie; Maxy 04 Oct 1773 Marblehead mariner administration,
Benjamin Maxey; Maxie; Maxy Beverly intestate
Benoni Maxey; Maxie; Maxy, Elijah Maxey; Maxie; Maxy 18 Feb 1751 Ipswich non campos mentis
William Maxey; Maxie; Maxy 29 Jan 1750 Ipswich yeoman testate

19 May 1684
Will of John Maxey, Gentleman of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

1684
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776
29 December 1684. The following apprenticed in Bristol: Peter Maxy of
Newton St. Cyres, Devon, to Robert Kirke, 4 years Jamaica by America
Merchant; Thomas West of Taunton, [Som], tucker, to Thomas Tildy,
mariner, 4 years Barbados by Olive Tree; Edmond Quayle of Taunton to
same, 4 years Barbados by Olive Tree. (BR).

1685
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776
5-26 August 1685. Shippers by the Greyhound, Mr. Joseph Macey, bound
from London for Pennsylvania: Thomas Plowman, John Grey, Hugh Lamb,
Thomas Budd, Joseph Carpenter, John West, William Woodbe, John Spire,
Clement Plumsted, Thomas Goddard. (PRO: E190/126/5).

1686
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 11.
Gleanings From the Kirkton Manor Rolls. Tenants at Will in Kirton [1613]. County: Suffolk Country: England
1690. Richard Stevens by William Burrage his guardian for a tenement by the churchyard late William Maxey
clerke late Thomas Thrumbold 4d.

16 Feb 1686
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Burials Burials 1686 County: Suffolk Country: England 16 Feb 1686 William Maxey rector of Shotley.

16 Feb 1686
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Registers (Christenings, Marriages, Burials) and Tombstone Inscriptions, 1571-1850
Burials Notes on the Shotley Registers. 1850 County: Suffolk Country: England Guilielmus Maxey 16 Feb 1686.

1686
List of tools and materials taken from clippers and coiners in several counties of England by G.Macy, clerk to
the Warden of H.M.Mint; and warrant dated the 30th November, 1686, for the delivery of the tools and
materials to the Warden, Master and Comptroller

08 May 1687
Anthony Ward, of Elston, carpenter, & Sarah Maxey
Nottinghamshire: – Abstracts of Marriage Licenses. 1: Archdeaconry Court, 1577-1700 2. Peculiar of Southwell,
1588-1754 Marriages. Nottingbamsbire Marriage Licences Arcboeacon’s Court 1687. County:
Nottinghamshire Country: England Northamptonshire, Rutland: – Calendar of Wills, 1510-1652 Marriage
Allegations, 1660 Second Series. Original Wills. 1610 to 1644. County: Rutland Country: England 1620 Maxey,
John: Ecton M. 234

1687
mention of sir william Kent of Saylin daughter Francis married walter warneford Captain Kyrle , a stoney
hearted Rebell;” and is found in a scarce and curious work, “England’s Complaint against the Sectaries.”
“Master Swift ” was grandfather to the celebrated Dean Swift .) house at Goodrich . He married, first, Mildred ,
daughter of Sir William Maxey , of Bradwell Hall , Essex , and secondly, Elizabeth , daughter of John Brayn ,
gent. of Little Dean , in Gloucestershire . By the latter, who d. 05 Sep 1668 , he had issue

28 Mar 1687
Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of the Parish) Shotley Taxpayers. Part 2. Chapter 12. The
Clergy. Section 2. The Rectors. County: Suffolk Country: England 28 Mar 1687. George Smith or Smyth.
Presented by Adam Felton esquire on the death of William Maxey. –His wife’s name was Johanna. They had a
daughter <>

1688
GEORGE MACY to ROGER KENYON, Clerk of the Peace at Lancaster. DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/624
Bow, near London.”–“The occasion of this, is to desire you will send me a certificate, under your own hand,
and to make oath of it before my Lord Chief Justice Wright, when he comes to Lancaster, that Thomas Lyon
was brought, by habeas corpus, from Surry,

1689
Name: Edward Maxey Father: Edward Maxey Mother: Elizabeth Ann Wyatt Birth Date: 1689 City

1689
Edward Maxey 1650 married 1689 Elizabeth Ann Wyatt Goochland,,Virginia,­USA

1689
The first of four French and Indian Wars broke out – the final battle of which is not fought until 1763.

1691
Massachusetts charter reinstated except this time as a royal colony.

1691
The Will of Edward Maxey Middlesex England

1691
The first record of Edward Maxey from the Edithe Clark Maxey Book
The Maxeys of Virginia
Possibly Arrived on brothers ship The King William yrs before and indetured on this dates of this article found
on the cd . This record became a legal binding contract. According to the family map Edward owned several
partials of land it is unknown if he purchased the land with his own money. edward and william were
certainly friends
looking for a map to measure distance to williams mansion or anything that would suggest william owned
anything on the james or appomattox rivers

1691
TMary became the queen in England set up a new charter for the colony.

1691
Will of Edward Maxey , Mariner of Shadwell, Middlesex

1692
Sir William Phips became the first royal governor of the colony.

1693
Name: Elizabeth Maxey Gender: female Spouse Name: Samuell Tarbox Spouse
Birth Place: MA Spouse Birth Year: 1693 Number Pages: 1

1693 – 1694
GEORGE MACY to ROGER KENYON, at the “Blue Boar” in Holborn. DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/833
Tower [of London].–Arranging an appointment with Mr. Overton, Warden of the Mint. Seal, broken.

1694
GEORGE MACY to ROGER KENYON. DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/881
The Tower of London.–“I sent you, in a letter, last Saturday, the confession of Hartley and Hulme, and now I
have received yours of the 7th instant, which doth confirm what I before imagined, that Elliotson came up on
the business of Hartley, and that

1694
GEORGE MACY to ROGER KENYON, at Lancaster. DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/877
The Tower of London.–“I came, accidentally, to my house in the Tower, this day, from my country house
near London, where my wife lies dangerously ill of the small pox, and found your letter here, directed to Mr.
Overton, who is also in the country (whether

1693-1694
Maxey, Charles 3.20 16.00 1.20 100.00 Comment: Assessor.
City of London, Coleman Street Ward, Second Precinct Four Shillings In The Pound Aid

1693-1694
Maxey, Anne 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00
City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, St Andrew Holborn Precinct, Church Yard Alley

1693-1694
Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Maxey, Nathaniel 8.00 40.00 4.80 400.00
City of London, Tower Ward, Petty Wales Precinct, –

1693-1694
Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, East Side Maxey, Joan 2.80 14.00 0.00 0.00 Comment Joan is the first Maxey
named on a Will of Edward Maxey in England possible sister or i need to review the other 5 or so wills Edward
was already in America in 1691

1693 -1694
Joan Maxey taxes 2.80 rent 14.00Middlesex, St Paul Shadwell, East Side

1695 – 1696
ROGER KENYON to “MR. GEORGE MACY, an officer relating to the Mint, at his house in the Tower of London.”
DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/1005
Judges see it, with one you writt to one of them, the last Assizes, their Lordshipps’ construction will be
known. In the meanetime, I am uneasy under your sensorious pen, not that I am unable to do myselfe right,
but because meethinkes Mr. Macy is not

16 July 1695
periods covering up until?
Commander: Nehemiah Winter Ship: King William Galley. Burden: 270 tons. Crew:50.
Owners: James Denen, John Denen, Alexander Rigby, John De Graves, Nathaniel Maxie, John Warren, John
Cauker, Joseph Wolfe and Nehemiah Winter.
Lieutenant: William Browne. Master: Richard Dowling. Boatswain: [-] Merrot. Gunner: James Dyer. Carpenter:
John Read. Doctor: John Hanley. Cook: Richard Cross. Armament: 24 guns.
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4901967&CATLN=7&High­light=&FullDetails=Tr­ue

1695
Geo. {George?} Macy, Tower – Mr. Hartley must remit the £50 paid to Mr. Kenyon into Geo. {George?} Macy’s
hands, also Hulm’s wife may remit £5

1695
Abigail Marcy Father: Alexander Maxey Birth Date: 1695 State: MA Country: USA

1695
Where is Edward and John Maxey. I believe they came to Va & Mass, America. London Inhabitants
John Maxey Bach?son or middle 69.4
Mary Maxey Wife?, 35.10
Nat, gent, 1.12, assr. 1.43;
Sam Crisp, s, 1.12 searching for other family and sam crisp that may had came to america
Wm, 69.4 Ancestry And the Wills of Nathaniel Maxey (1690)
http://content.ances­try.com/iexec/?htx=vi­ew&r=an&dbid=8020&iid­=LondonInhabitants-16­95-
0123&rc=2466,832,256­6,874&fn=&ln=maxey&st­=d&ssrc=&pid=8154) Yorkshire, England: Parish Records >
London Inhabitants 1695 > Index

1696
Geo. {George?} Macy, Tower – he has delivered Roger Kenyon’s letter to the new warden, Isaac Newton “the
greatest mathematician in England”

1696
[ROGER KENYON] to “MR. MACY.” DDKE/acc. 7840 HMC/1018
Manchester.–“The cuntry is in so great distresse for want of current money, that without some speedy
supply, all traffick will cease. Our markets cannot be continued. The poor have been, in severall markets,
tumultuously murmuring; and we are, I think,

28 May 1696
London: – Calendar of Marriage Licence Allegations, 1660-1700 Book 25 Book 1696-1697 June, 1696 County:
London Country: England 28 May 1696 Maxey, John & Gutteridge, Rebecca

1696
Name: Edward Maxey Father: Edward Maxey Mother: Susannah Gates Birth Date: 1696 City: Henrico CO State:
VA Country: USA

28 May 1696
London: – Calendar of Marriage Licence Allegations, 1660-1700 Book 25 Book 1696-1697 May, 1696 County:
London Country: England 28 May 1696 Maxey, John & Gutteridge, Rebecca John Maxey stays in London
possible militery or out to sea. there is still no Marriage or Death records for the oldest son of Nathaniel our
proginator

7 July, 1697
Stephen Maxey, victim in trial of in Hester Duberrey, theft : shoplifting

6 Mar 1697
William Maxey Marriage Sarah Knoulton
Wenham, Essex Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0767598.
Massachusetts Marriages, 1633-1850

1698
Name: Alexander Maxey Birth Date: 1698 Birthplace: Massachusetts Volume: 112 Page Number: 238
Reference: Gen. Column of the ” Boston Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for
gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 9 Jun 1919, 7280

30 Nov 1698
Lancashire: Woodplumpton – Parish Register, 1659-1784 Marriages Marriages 1698 County: Lancashire
Country: England Wm. Maxey and Kath. Ashton, both in the par. of K., Lic. 30 Nov 1698

1699
Name: Abigail Maxey Birth Date: 1669 Volume: 112 Page Number: 238 Reference: Gen. Column of the ” Boston
Transcript”. 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the
period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 24 Jan 1921, 8562

1699
Name: John Maxey Father: Edward Maxey Mother: Susannah Hales Birth Date: 1699 State: VA Country: USA

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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London
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Anne Maxey
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Sar Maxey Burial Mar 1647-1648 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey James
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Beniamin Maxey Christening 14 Aug 1670 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex Nathaniell Maxey,
Lucie Maxey
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Jane Maxey Christening 29 Nov 1674 St Stephen, Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey
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Andrew Maxey Marriage 22 May 1678 Holy Trinity Minories, London Dorothy Reynolds
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Jane Maxey
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Sarah Maxey Christening 6 Oct 1679 St Stephen, Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
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Benjamin Maxey Christening 17 Oct 1680 St Stephen, Coleman Street, London Charles Maxey,
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Richard Maxie Burial 13 Mar 1620 St Botolph, Aldgate, London John,
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Marie Maxie Christening 3 Aug 1669 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Andrew
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Elizabeth Mayhooks Burial 12 May 1685 St Olave, Hart Street, London
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Katharine Mayks Baptism 13 Jun 1641 St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London William Mayks,
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Mary Macke Baptism 13 Jun 1641 St John of Wapping, Middlesex John Macke,
Jeanne Macke
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Andrew White Marriage 8 Jun 1674 St Botolph, Aldgate, London Sarah Max
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Nathaniel Maxey Baptism 29 Oct 1650 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Nathaniel Maxey,
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Jane MA?? Christening Dec 1650 St Michael, Wood Street, London Wm MA??
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Sarah Tobline Marriage 11 Apr 1696 St Botolph, Aldgate, London Edward Mack
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Ann Maxey Baptism Christ Church, Surrey Henry Maxey,
Rebecca Maxey
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Joseph Maxey Baptism Christ Church, Surrey Henry Maxey
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24 September, 1600. John Tailcott of Braintree, brazier, against Henry London. Taken before Henry Maxey, esquire.

Genealogical gleanings in England
Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1901
THOMAS BRAUSTON, of Flowton, Suffolk, clothier, 3 September 1638, proved 29 July 1641. Wife Mary to give sufficient release in law to my son John of the thirds of all of my lands, etc. To son Thomas messuages, lands etc. in Kirby and Walton in the Soken, Essex. John my eldest son. My sister Judith Clearke the wife of Joseph Clearke of East Bergholt, Suffolk. John Clarke, Judith Clarke, and Nahomey Clarke, the children of the said Judith Clarke. William Maxie (Maxey) and Thomas Briminge (?) my grandchildren. I give to my brother-in-law, Mr. Robert Alefounder, and my sister his wife, 30 pounds a piece. To my cousin Robert Alefounder, my said brother’s son, twenty pounds. To the town
of Bergholt fifteen pounds toward the purchase of a work house for the poor to work in. Five pounds to the poor of East Bergholt. Steven Brauston the son of John Brauston. Steven Brauston the son of John Brauston. Steven Brauston the son of Edmund Brauston of East Bergholt. Rose Braberton, the wife of William Braberton of Bergholt, and all her children, at ages of one and twenty. Richard Alefounder the elder of Bergholt and Richard his son and Susan his daughter. To my brother-in-law Mr. John Alefounder of Dedham, Essex, my sister Briminge (?), my sister Sherman, my sister Fenn and my sisterAlderman, twenty pounds a piece to buy each of them a ring. To son John all the rest of my messuages, lands, etc. in Suffolk and Essex or elsewhere which is not heretofore bequeathed, and the rest of my goods etc. I give to my sin-in-law Maxey and my son-in-law Bruninge ten pounds a piece. To William Boggas my son-in-law forty pounds.

French Family beyond 1599

1607 – Will of William French of Peldon, yeoman, 1607. No known connection to FFA Chart #EB at this time. To be a yeoman, William probably would have had to be an adult.

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.

This William French was undoubtedly the one chr. on 8 Mar 1561/62 in Felsted. The Felsted French family has different DNA test results than the French family of FFA Chart #EB.

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 #E2.

All four of these men were adults in 1612; therefore, they were all born before 1590.
Thomas Pilgrym was in a court case on 28 Oct 1602 in Halstead where his sheep were stolen, Q/SR 160/148.
William Baylyfe alias Smyth was the owner of Green Street Hall.

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.

This document shows that Thomas French died before 1614, and records show that he died in 1613.

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 #E2. – or perhaps he is FFA Chart #EC.

Nathan Wade, gentleman, wrote his will in Halstead in 1745 (this must have been his son). He was a tallow-chandler, who was in a court case in 1626 with Thomas Heigham the Justice (he was the father of Bridget who married Thomas French of FFA Chart #EB).

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.

Parish History

A brief history of Fairstead from Samel A. Lewis is:

FAIRSTEAD (St. Mary), a parish, in the union and hundred of Witham, N. division of Essex, 4 miles (W. N. W.) from Witham; containing 306 inhabitants. This parish, which derives its name from the pleasantness of its situation and the beauty of the surrounding scenery, comprises about 1800 acres, whereof about 300 are woodland and pasture, and the remainder arable; a considerable portion is heavy and wet, and the substratum a whitish clayey marl. The living is a rectory, valued in the king’s books at £6. 13. 4., and in the gift of the Bishop of London: the tithes have been commuted for £479, and the glebe comprises 74 acres. The church is a small ancient edifice, with a tower of stone surmounted by a tall shingled spire, and contains several monuments, among which is one to Sir Antony Maxey and his lady, whose effigies in a kneeling posture are well sculptured.

From: Lewis, Samuel A., A Topographical Dictionary of England (1848).

Fairstead St Mary the Virgin is an Ancient parish in Essex.

Thomas W t ilson of Bocking, Essex, gen 1 ., 1G October 1627, proved 9
November 1G27. My body to be buried in the chancel of Braintree. The
poor of Bocking, Stisted and Braintree. My messuage and farm in Great
and Little Canfield to be sold by Humfry Mawditt, gen’., and my brother
in law William Lyngwood for payment of my debts and legacies. To my
daughter Elizabeth my copyhold lands in Braintree, called Companes or
otherwise, now in the occupation of the said William Lingwood, and the
parcel of land in Braintree called the horsefair field and Windmill Hill in
Braintree (and other lands), to enter upon the same at her age of one and
twenty years, with remainder to daughter Mary, next to daughter Dorothy.
Bequests to Mary and Dorothy. My eldest son, John, hath behaved him-
self very disobediently towards me and my wife, his mother, and I see little
hope of amendment. My mill called Stisted mill, in Stisted. Although
my sou Thomas hath heretofore behaved himself undutifully to me and my
wife, his mother, yet I hope better of him hereafter. My wife Elizabeth.
My messuage and farm called Hatches in Braintree. My manor or mes-
suage called Jenkins to my wife, for her life, and after her decease to my
son Thomas. Sir William Maxey, knight, my worthy friend. My cousin
James Heron Esq. My mother In law Mrs. Mary Clarke. My sisters
Mary Lingwood and Dorothy Filioll. My cousin and god daughter Susan
Lingwood. Mrs. Catherine Mawditt. My wife to be sole executrix. I do
earnestly entreat Sir William Maxey, knight, and my cousin Heron to be
supervisors.

Nycholls), ilalsted and certain parishes in London and four parishes in
South wark. Audley, 31.

Mary Clarke of Locking, Essex, widow, 4 September 1630, proved
1 June 1G33. My body to be buried in the Chancel of Bradwell. The
poor of Bradwell, Booking and Stisted. My loving brother Sir William
Maxey, knight, my son in law John Nodes, gen 1 . My daughter Nodes.
My daughter Dorothy Wilsmore. I give to my sou William Clarke four
pounds and to his two sons twenty shillings apiece. To my grandchild
Elizabeth Wilson twenty shillings. To my grandchild and god daughter
Mary Wilson twelve pounds, my silver spoon and my wedding ring. To
my grandchild Dorothy Wilson thirty shillings and my little ring. To my
grandchild John Wilson twenty shillings and I forgive him five pounds
which he oweth me. To my grandchild Thomas Wilson three pounds.
To my cousin Mr. Bryan Tuke forty shillings. To William Lingwood
gen*, and Mary his wife, my god daughter, twenty shillings apiece. Mr.
Normingtou of Bradwell to preach at my burial. Four of Sir William
Maxey ‘s men to carry my body to church to be buried. My grandchild
Mary Wilson to be executrix and William Lyngwood supervisor.

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Sarah Max Marriage 8 Jun 1674 St Botolph, Aldgate, London Andrew White

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Ann Maxe Marriage Feb 1604 St Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London Robert Dakers
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Susane Maxe Marriage 8 Oct 1612 St Mary, Hanwell, Middlesex William King
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Andrew Maxe Bann Feb 1664 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Elizabeth Antony

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Mary Maxee Burial 21 Jul 1648 St Thomas, Surrey James
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John Maxee Baptism 11 Jul 1658 St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex Ralph Maxee,
Ann Maxee
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John Maxee Burial 13 Jul 1658 St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex Ralph
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Nathanael Maxee Marriage 8 Oct 1685 Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey Mrs Mary Crisp
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Mary Maxee Baptism 21 Jul 1686 Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey Nathanael Maxee,
Mary Maxee

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Susan Maxes Marriage Feb 1637 All Hallows Honey Lane, London Thomas Grout
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Sara Maxewes Christening 24 Nov 1644 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex Sybes Maxewes,
Frannces Maxewes
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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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John Maxey Burial 1 Dec 1613 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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John Maxey Marriage 3 Jun 1627 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey Elizabeth West
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Ralph Maxey Christening 17 Aug 1628 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Paule
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Bryan Maxey Burial 19 Mar 1629 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex
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John Maxey Burial 21 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John
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Johnye Maxey Baptism 12 Apr 1629 St Thomas, Surrey John Maxey
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Eliz Maxey Marriage 21 Dec 1630 St Giles, Cripplegate, London George Bingley
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Joseph Maxey Baptism 7 Nov 1630 St Thomas, Surrey William Maxey
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Paull Maxey Christening 4 Jul 1630 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Paull
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Paull Maxey Burial 8 Jul 1630 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Paull
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Joseph Maxey Marriage 22 Jan 1631 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Dionis Meade
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1631 St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London
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Eliz Maxey Christening 4 May 1632 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Baull
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John Maxey Christening 15 Feb 1634 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey John Maxey
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An Maxey Burial 26 Sep 1635 St Katherine Coleman, London Richard
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Henry Maxey Burial 23 Aug 1635 St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey
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Susanna Maxey Christening 31 Jan 1635 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Paule
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Wm Maxey Burial 26 Jun 1636 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Nathaniell
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Paule Maxey Burial 28 Jul 1637 St Giles, Cripplegate, London
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Thomas Maxey Burial 20 Dec 1637 St Giles, Cripplegate, London

((((((((((((9John MA?? Baptism 8 Apr 1612 St Mary Aldermary, London Edward MA?? )))))))))))))))))

Thomas Maey Burial 27 Jan 1718 St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex
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John B??ME Christening 10 Mar 1626 St Olave, Silver Street, London Edward B??ME,
Joane B??ME
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Wiliam B??ME Christening 10 Mar 1626 St Olave, Silver Street, London Edward B??ME,
Joane B??ME
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Richard Bartholo?Mew Baptism 11 Sep 1664 St Dunstan in The West, London Richard Bartholomew

Bomist D??ME Christening 28 Oct 1632 St Mary Mounthaw, London Joseph D??ME
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Katherine De May Baptism 3 Jan 1698 St Mary At Lambeth, Surrey Stephen De May
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Bridget MA?? Christening Mar 1601 St Andrew, Middlesex Thomas
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Will MA Marriage 6 Apr 1601 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex An Austin
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Margaret MA?? Baptism 19 Sep 1602 St Michael, Wood Street, London Hugh MA??
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John MA?? Marriage Apr 1603 St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex
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Jho MA Burial 9 Jan 1612 St Andrew, Middlesex
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John MA?? Baptism 8 Apr 1612 St Mary Aldermary, London Edward MA??
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Sara MA Burial 6 Dec 1617 St Mary Abchurch, London Robert
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Mary MA?? Burial 7 Aug 1624 All Saints, Edmonton, Middlesex
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Samuell MA?? Baptism 1 Aug 1624 St John of Wapping, Middlesex Thomas MA??,
Martha MA??
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Elizabeth MA?? Burial 15 Jul 1625 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey
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Edward MA?? Burial 26 Jan 1628 St Dunstan in The West, London
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Tomasin MA Burial 2 Jul 1628 St Martin Vintry, London
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Anne MA?? Christening 11 Oct 1629 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Bendict

Martha MA?? Christening 11 Apr 1630 St George The Martyr, Surrey George MA??
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William MA?? Marriage 6 Jan 1633 St John At Hackney, Middlesex Mrs Jeane
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Elizabeth MA?? Marriage 11 May 1636 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex Hugh Farewell
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Frannce MA?? Marriage 7 Aug 1636 St Alfege, London Edward Poole
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Margret MA?? Burial 23 Nov 1636 St Mary Aldermary, London James
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Mary MA Baptism 28 Jul 1638 St Swithin London Stone, London Willia MA,
Doroty MA
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Rog?? MA?? Marriage Jul 1642 St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex
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MA?? Burial 27 Oct 1643 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey
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John MA?? Baptism 3 May 1643 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex John MA??
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Elizbeth MA?? Marriage 26 Mar 1646 St Mary, Stratford Bow, Middlesex Edward Hopwood
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Mary MA?? Christening 11 Jun 1648 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey John MA??
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Jane MA?? Christening Dec 1650 St Michael, Wood Street, London Wm MA??
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Henta MA?? Burial Oct 1654 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey George
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Phillip MA?? Burial Oct 1654 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey Hugh
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William MA?? Burial Jun 1654 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey Mathias MA??
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MA?? Burial Oct 1656 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey Mathew MA??
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Robertt MA?? Burial 30 Oct 1656 St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex Thomas
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MA?? Burial Aug 1659 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey Humphry
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Joseph MA?? Burial 24 Dec 1663 St Dunstan in The West, London
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Martha MA?? Marriage 2 Aug 1663 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex Henry Godfrey
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Rebecca MA?? Burial 5 Oct 1665 St Botolph, Aldgate, London
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??A?? MA?? Burial 14 Jul 1667 St Dunstan in The West, London
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Alben MA?? Baptism 27 Mar 1667 St Sepulchre, Holborn, London Peter MA??,
Elizabeth MA??
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Peter MA?? Baptism 27 Mar 1667 St Sepulchre, Holborn, London Peter MA??,
Elizabeth MA??
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Thomas MA?? Baptism 27 Mar 1667 St Sepulchre, Holborn, London Peter MA??,
Elizabeth MA??
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MA?? Burial Feb 1673 St Dunstan in The East, London Robert
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Jane MA?? Marriage 8 Jan 1673 St Andrew, Holborn, London John Newman
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Mary MA?? Marriage 9 Jun 1679 St Andrew, Holborn, London John Rivas
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James MA Burial 15 Apr 1687 St Andrew, Holborn, London James
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Ann MA?? Marriage 6 Aug 1689 St Lawrence, Little Stanmore, Middlesex John
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Susannah MA?? Baptism 28 Jun 1695 St Dunstan in The West, London Thomas
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Dionysia MA?? Christening 1 Feb 1696 St Botolph, Aldgate, London William,
Martha
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Mary MA?? Bann 23 May 1697 St Mary, Harrow, Middlesex Hugh Atkins
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Nancy MA?? Burial 18 Jan 1697 St Mary Woolnoth, London
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William MA?? Baptism 5 Nov 1699 St Dunstan in The West, London Henery,
Elizab

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Ann Mahax Marriage 25 Oct 1698 St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex John Morris
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Mary Maickss Burial 1 May 1691 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey Robt
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Thomas Maiox Christening 25 Jan 1623 St Botolph, Aldgate, London John
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Dorras Maiox Baptism 14 Apr 1641 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex William Maiox,
Mary Maiox

Susanna Maks Christening 28 Apr 1630 St Giles, Cripplegate, London Daniell
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Shonono Maks Marriage 30 Jun 1631 St Lawrence, Little Stanmore, Middlesex Richard Houor
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Framces Maks Burial Feb 1646 St Andrew, Middlesex

Thomas Mawks Christening 20 Jun 1641 St Saviour, Denmark Park, Surrey Thomas Mawks
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Andrew Max Christening 9 Dec 1604 St George The Martyr, Surrey John Max
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Mathew Max Christening 23 Sep 1610 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey Arnold
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Elizabeth Max Marriage 17 Jul 1621 Collegiate Church of St Katherine By The Tower, London Richard Eate
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Alice Max Burial 24 Oct 1630 St George The Martyr, Surrey Henry
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Jane Max Marriage 19 Jul 1633 St Martin, Ludgate, London Roger Howell
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Eliz Max Christening 3 Sep 1648 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey H??Er Max
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Robert Max Baptism 10 Jul 1651 St Bride´S, Fleet Street, London John Max,
Mary Max
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Sara Max Burial Jan 1651 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey George
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Robert Mason Max Baptism 28 Nov 1655 St Olave, Silver Street, London Thomas Max,
Sarah Max
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John Max Burial Dec 1656 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey George
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Ruth Max Burial 9 Sep 1658 St Olave, Bermondsey, Surrey George
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Martha Max Burial 13 May 1660 St Mary, Staines, Surrey Edmund,
Prudence
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Elizeb Max Burial 25 Jul 1665 St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex
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Thomas Max Burial 16 Nov 1665 St Sepulchre, Holborn, London
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Sarah Max Marriage 8 Jun 1674 St Botolph, Aldgate, London Andrew White
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Beecher Maxey Jul 1638 London
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Phillip Max 31 Jan 1699 Surrey
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Edward is probably a brother or a cousin to anthony?

Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey Saint James Colchester, Essex . Will of Edward Maxie or Maxey Saint James Colchester, Essex

Witness – Signature. 10 Dec. 1608.

at West Sussex Record Office
ff.11-13. Symon Maxe of the City of Chichester in the County of Sussex, gent. where he has lived for 16 years or thereabouts and before in Selsey in the County of Sussex where he lived for four years or thereabouts. Born at Potton in the County of Bedford. Of the age of 42 years or thereabouts.

1635

These documents are held at Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service

135. CHESTER (St John) William Maxie c Thomas King saying he caught him with Hester Jacke at midnight suspiciously in a Rowe. Taking hold of them he said if Hester had not been a puritan he would not have said so much.

Description Will of Anthony Maxie, Doctor in Divinity and Dean of King’s   free Chapel in Windsor of New Windsor, Berkshire
Date 18 May 1618
Catalogue reference PROB 11/131        
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate   Jurisdictions: Will Registers

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Stratford (and other real estate and money). To son Samuel my lands
&c. in Awdly Essex (and other gifts). To wife my lands &c. in Fingerego
which were surrendered to me by one Samuel Makeing (Makin). Son
John shall have sole management of my concerns in Brantham. To Samuel
Backler (and others). My sister Fenne. Wife Deborah and son John to
be executors and Mr. John Maxey and my brother in law Mr. Nathaniel
Shearman to be supervisors. Reeve, 71.

Deborah Wall of Brantham, Suffolk, widow, 31 August 1684, proved
9 July 1685. Son John Wall to be sole executor. My sons Nicholas and
Bartholomew and my two daughters shall be paid their portions given them
by their father’s will. To my grand daughter Anna Wall five pounds. To
my sister Fenn ten shillings. Wit : Nathaniel Sherman, John Hobert,
Ester Fenn. Cann, 94

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Copy of a fine between Oliver Raymond and John Berners plaintiffs and William Poley knt, Anthony Maxey and Susan his wife, defendants concerning land with appurtenances in Bordesley, Heybarnes, Castle Bromwich, Pedymore and Sutton Coldfeild co. War. and a fourth part of the Manors of Bordesley, Heybarnes, and Pedymore MS 3887/69 Michaelmas term 1658

Deed to lead the uses of a fine Sir William Poley of Boxsted co. Suffolk, Anthony Maxey, Salyng Hall co. Essex and Susan his wife to John Berners of Fynchfeild co. Essex and Oliver Raymond of Walter Belchampe co. Essex, concerning land in Bordesley, Heybarnes, Castle Bromwich, Pedymore and Sutton Coldfield and a fourth part of the Manors of Bordesley, Heybarnes and Pedymore co. War. MS 3887/70 2nd October 1658

[no title] D-D/4P/48/73 will: 16 Nov. 1558; prob: 9 Feb. 1558/9; copy: c.1600

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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.

Will of   Guiliel Maxey of Bradwich Hall, Essex 17   November 1661 PROB   11/306

 

Will of   Henry Maxey of Great Saling, Essex 14   November 1661 PROB   11/306

 

Will     of Thomas Maxey, Stationer of London 20     January 1657 PROB     11/261
Will     of Simon Maxey, Gentleman of Saint Bartholomew without Westgate Chichester,     Sussex 29     March 1641 PROB     11/185
Description Will of William Maxey, Clerk and Vicar of Thornbery,     Gloucestershire
Date 02 October 1657
Catalogue reference PROB 11/268               
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate     Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Ruthen Quire Numbers: 359 – 410
Image contains 1 will of many for the catalogue reference
Will of   John Maxey of Bletsoe, Bedfordshire 06   November 1657 PROB   11/271

 

Will of   William Maxey, Clerk and Vicar of Thornbery, Gloucestershire 02   October 1657
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

Name:

MaxieMaxey, Edward

Vital:

1621, General, England

Vital:

England: Canterbury – Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

Name:

Maxey, John Thos. Maxey

Vital:

1657, General, England

Vital:

England: Canterbury – Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

Name:

Maxey, William

Vital:

1657, General, England

Vital:

England: Canterbury – Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK, Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

Name:

Maxey, Edward

Vital:

1691, General, England

Vital:

England: Canterbury – Wills     Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693

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Index Type Index Terms Description
Subjects Civil War Monumental inscriptions,   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, to Maxey family who served Charles I in Civil War
Subjects First World War War Memorial listing those from   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall killed
Subjects Schools Elizabeth Hunt, headmistress of   Bradwell Church School for more than 30 years, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall,   1919
Subjects Second World War War Memorial listing those from   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall killed
Subjects Siege of Colchester William Maxey, Major General of   Royalist horse artillery, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall,   1659
Personal Names Grevil
Maxey
Captain of trained band in Essex,   monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1648
Personal Names Henry
Maxey
Adjutant General of Charles I   horse, monumental inscription, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall
Personal Names William
Maxey
Major General of Royalist horse   artillery at Siege of Colcheester, monumental inscription,   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1659
Personal Names Sir
William
Maxey
Justice of the peace, monumental inscription,   Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, 1645
T/Z 151/113 Monumental   inscriptions Monumental inscriptions
Level: Item
Dates of Creation December 1993
Extent 1 item
Scope and Content Monumental inscriptions at the   parish church of Holy Trinity, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall. Recorded December   1993.
Includes pen and ink drawing of church by Charles Grigg Tait taken from The   Parish Churches of South East Essex, notes on the church, indexes of persons,   places in Essex, places out of Essex, occupations and stonemasons, with map   of churchyard and church interior.
Memorials in the churchyard include those for Sophia Sadler, died 1912 ‘For   over 50 years the faithful friend and servant of the Warwicker family’;   Elizabeth Hunt, for over 30 years headmistress of Bradwell Church School,   died 1919
Memorials in church include those to Rear Admiral John T.S. Hall, C.I.E.,   Master Mariner, buried at sea off Portsmouth, 1964 and son Lieutenant John   H.S. Hall, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Fulmar, died 1958; Revd. GrevilleTurner   Brunwin-Hales, rector of St. Mary-at-the-Walls, Colchester, died 1932, and   sons Captain Greville Oxley Brunwin-Hales, Royal Flying Corps, killed near   Arras, 1917 and Second Lieutenant Henry Tooke Brunwin-Hales, Lincolnshire   Regiment, killed at the Hohenzollern Redoubt, 1915; Edward Beaucock, doctor   of medicine, Knight of the robe, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, Master   Extraordinary in Chancery and justice of the peace, died 1665; Honourable Michael   Nolan of Bedford Square, London and Geraldstown in the County of Meath,   Ireland, King’s Counsel and Chief Justice of Soth Wales, died 1827; Maxey   family monuments, include Sir William Maxey, died 1645, he had ten children   ‘He was / a man of joshuas resolution yt he and his howse / should serve ye   Lord … bring up al thouse his children to learn in their / youth to fear   God and honour ye King his constant / course was to call them up by 5 of ye   clok in the / morning and caausing them to demand his blessing/ upon their   knees … Ye Lords prayer ye beliefe, and ye / Ten Comandents and then caused   every one / of them one after ye other to read some of / David Psalmes, and   each of them a chapter, and / to give an anaccoypt what they remembred … He   died in his / good old age a true subject to Charles ye first and / no   rebell”, his three sons Grevil Maxey, captain of ‘one of his Matis. train   bands in Essex’, died 1648, William Maxey, served Charles I ‘in all his wars   against his / rebells and was Major Generall of his horse attey siege att   Colchester’, died 1659 and Henry Maxey ‘served King / Charles in all his wars   and was Adjutant Genrall of his horse’
Also in church War Memorial listing names and regiments of those killed in   First and Second World Wars

1

1621

C 3/407/29

Short title: Kingston v Maxey. Plaintiffs: William Kingston. Defendants: Sir William Maxey kt and Percival Maxey. Subject: manor of Stow Maries, Essex. Document type: [pleadings].

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stow_Maries

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1625-1640

C 3/422/31

Short title: Pocklington v Peterborough. Plaintiffs: Reverend John Pocklington, DD prebendary of Peterborough cathedral. Defendants: John [Towers] Bishop of Peterborough, and others [Smith]. Subject: rectories of Peakirk, Irthlingborough and Maxey, Northamptonshire; Fiskerton, Lincolnshire; Alwalton, Huntingdonshire.

1640

C 3/446/33

Short title: Hall v Maxey. Plaintiffs: Martha Hall widow. Defendants: William Maxey. Subject: property in Shotley, Suffolk. Document type: bill only. SFP

1653

 

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.

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Short title: Maxey v Hill. Document type: two answers.

1692

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Battle v. Maxey

1690

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Goodman v. Maxey

1660

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Maxey v. Barker, widow

1650
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Maxey v. Goodman

1659

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Maxey v. Seele and Guibon

1653

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Hustler, John, Hill and Gibson v. Symonds, Hill, Carter, Maxey, Savage, Grearne: Essex

1690

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Hustler, Hill, Gibson v. Symonds, Hill, Carter, Maxey, Savage, Greame: Essex

1690

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Maxey v Nunne: Suffolk

1680

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James Maxey v James Walker: money matters, Surrey

1649

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William Carter, Jane Barnwell, Thomas Fox and Elizabeth his wife, and Robert Sanderson and Cassandria his wife v Thomas Bradbury and Margaret his wife: Narborough, Maxey and Eaton, Northants

1649

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John Hutcheson, John Andrewes, John Dixon, John Farrowe and Mildred Maxey widow v John Spencer and Dame Helena Maxey his wife: Bradwell manor, Essex

1649

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Bosell, Maxey, Barker, Townesend, Parsons v. Devaux, Deplures, Rumler: Middx

1653

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Hutchinson, Dixon, Farrow, Maxey v. Maxey: Essex

1652

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Kirle, Warneford and Thwaites v. Spencer, Barker, Maxey and Searle

1651

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Maxey v Spencer

1651

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Online Document PROB 11/332

Will of Symon Maxy or Maxye Gentleman Saint Katherine London . Will of Symon Maxy or Maxye Gentleman Saint Katherine London Date: 1670 Source: DocumentsOnline (images of documents from The National Archives)

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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  NAME:  Maxey, Maxye, John, Gent. DEATH:  1600 VITAL:  Bradwell-Iuxta-Coggeshall, Hertfordshire, England VITAL:  Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Maxye, John, Gent. DEATH:  1600 VITAL:  Bradwell-Iuxta-Coggeshall, Essex, England VITAL:  Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image NAME:  Elizabeth Maxye SPOUSE:  Robert Mytchell MARRIAGE:  21 Feb 1625 – St Bride Fleet Street, London    Leicestershire, England, Extracted Parish Records Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

NAME:  John Maxye Sarah Marshall VITAL:  28 Jan 1610 – Leicestershire, England VITAL:  Leicestershire: – Register of Marriages, 1539-1812    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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

View Image NAME:  Robert Mytchell SPOUSE:  Elizabeth Maxye MARRIAGE:  21 Feb 1625 – St Bride Fleet Street, London

UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills  Text: Maxye, Maxey, Peter, clericus, chaplain of Christ Church, Canterbury C. 3 320 1492 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, Maxey, Peter VITAL:  1492, 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:  Maxey, Thomas VITAL:  1657, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Edward VITAL:  1653, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Robert VITAL:  1656, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  John Hayward William Maxey Robert Chamberlyn John Phillips VITAL:  Suffolk, England VITAL:  Suffolk: – Wills of The Archdeaconry of Suffolk, 1625-1626    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Maxie, Anne VITAL:  Jan 1650-1 May 1649 1650, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Nathaniell VITAL:  1653, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury -Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1653-1656    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Elizabeth VITAL:  1650, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Grevill VITAL:  1649, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Maxie, Anne VITAL:  1651, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxie Maxey VITAL:  General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

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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
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Text: Maisey, Anthony, Cirencester 170
Book: Burialls 1604. (Burial)
Collection: Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop       of Gloucester, 1660-1800

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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

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UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Meeke, Anthony
Vital: 1651, General, England
Vital: England: Canterbury – Administrations in The Prerogative     Court of Canterbury, 1649-1654
UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Mosse, Anthony
Vital: 1659, General, England
Vital: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative     Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660
UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Maxie, Anthony, D.D.
Vital: 1618, General, England
Vital: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative     Court of Canterbury, 1605-1619
UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Maizey, Anthony, Gent
Vital: 1698, General, England
Vital: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative     Court of Canterbury, 1694-1700
UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Moss, Anthony
Vital: 1697, General, England
Vital: England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative     Court of Canterbury, 1694-1700
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image
Name: Ann Maxey
Parents: Henry Maxey
Rebecca Maxey
Baptism: Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image
Name: John Maxey
Parents: Thomas Maxey
Baptism: St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image
Name: Joseph Maxey
Parents: Henry Maxey
Baptism: Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image
Name: Rebecca Maxey
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image
Name: Thomas Maxey
Parents: Tho Maxey
Baptism: St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image
Name: Eliz Maxey
Spouse: Thomas Packhurst
Marriage: 12 Nov 1579 – St Dunstan in The East, London
Gloucestershire,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Robert Ducie Clement Mosse Anthony Byddulphe Clement     Mosse Anthony Byddulphe Robert Ducie Robert Ducie Robert Ducie Robert Ducie     William Ducie, Gent. Robert Ducie Robert Robert Ducie, Gent. Robert Ducie     Robert Ducie
Vital: 07 Jun – London London Frocester Gloucester Ellerton     York Lincoln London Aston Staffordshire Warwickshire, Gloucestershire,     England
Vital: Gloucestershire: – Inquisitions Post Mortem, Court of     Chancery in The Reign of Charles I
Pallot’s   Marriage Index for England: 1780 – 1837
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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Name: Anthony Maggs
Spouse: Martha Wendle
Marriage: 18?? – Westminster, Middlesex
Public   Member Stories
Stories, Memories & Histories
       
Title: HISTORY OF MAXEY;genealogy & its originality to Virginia     & America
Attached To: William Maxey (born 1579)
UK,   Extracted Probate Records
Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills
Name: Maxey, Francis
Vital: Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England
Vital: Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in The Court of Bishop     of Gloucester, 1660-1800
Middlesex,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Edward Freeman Robert Maxey
Vital: St. Sepulchre’s, Middlesex, England
Vital: Middlesex: – Calendar To The Sessions Records, 1615-1616
Middlesex,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Robert Moore Mark Thwaytes Manus Maxey Ann Drywall
Vital: St. Martin’s Westminster St. Martin’s, Middlesex,     England
Vital: Middlesex: – Calendar To The Sessions Records, 1614-1615
Suffolk,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Mr. Maxey
Vital: Suffolk, England
Vital: Suffolk: – Hearth Tax Returns, 1674
Suffolk,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Mr. Maxey
Vital: Suffolk, England
Vital: Suffolk: – Hearth Tax Returns, 1674
Suffolk,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Mr. Maxey
Vital: Suffolk, England
Vital: Suffolk: – Hearth Tax Returns, 1674
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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Name: Henry Massey
Spouse: Dorothie Hudson
Marriage: 21 Aug 1586 – St Giles Cripplegate, London
London,   England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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Name: John Meeke
Spouse: Dorothie White
Marriage: 4 Feb 1593 – St Mary, Newington, Surrey
Middlesex,   England, Extracted Parish Records
Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish
Name: Walter Wotton Esq. John Kychen Anthony Kychen James     Kychen Richard Mouse Richard Mouse Richard Edward Payne Thomas Herytage     William Symson John Major Henry Brocken Walter Barley Thomas Hall Henry     Atkinges John Kychen Anthony Kychen James Kychen Thomas Bynfyld John Craven     Henry Hatton Peter Gardner William Osborne John Dickingson Robert     Myllington Edward Conkes Robert Clarke Thompson
Vital: 11 Mar – Totridge co. Midd. Wylsdon co. Midd. Midd.     Holloway Islington St. Geiles co. Midd. Harrowe co. Midd. Eastsmithfylde     London Eastsmithfylde Eastsmythfyld Islyngton Islington Tottridge Islington     Hollaway St. Martyn’s-in-The-Fields St. Geiles’s co. Midd. St. Gregories     London Totridge Totridge Hollaway Hollaway co. Midd. Hollaway, Middlesex,     England
Vital: Middlesex: – Sessions Records, Indictments, Coroners’     Inquests-Post-Mortem and Recognizances, Vol. 1
1851   England Census
Census & Electoral Rolls

View Image
Name: Ann Maxey
Birth: Lincolnsh Moulton Chaper
Residence: Leverington Parson Drove, Wisbech St Peters,     Cambridgeshire, England

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25 March 1615

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DL 26/38

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 …

Material:

Wax

Attachment:

On tag

Seal Note:

No name on seal. Impression: fair. Condition: slight damage.

3199

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PROB 11/131

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Will of Anthony Maxie, Doctor in Divinity and Dean of King’s free Chapel in Windsor of New Windsor, Berkshire

595 / 502

537

3.50

PROB 11/332

Will of Symon Maxy or Maxye, Gentleman of Saint Katherine London

418 / 391

526

3.50

PROB 11/376

Will of John Maxey, Gentleman of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

156 / 146

668

3.50

C 131/101/5

Debtor: Richard Poulter {Pulter}, of Northborough in Northants. [Maxey, Nassaburgh Hundred], esquire. Creditor: William Page, citizen and linen-draper, of London. Amount: £300. Before whom: John Tate, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. When taken: 14/12/1514 First term: 25/11/1515 Last term: 25/11/1515 Writ to: Sheriff of Middx Sent by: Chancery.

1515 Aug 21

C 142/122/56

Maxey, Antony: Essex

1 Elizabeth

C 142/232/86

Maxey, Antony: Essex

34 Elizabeth

C 142/258/50

Maxey, George: Essex

41 Elizabeth

C 142/420/103

Maxey, Henry, knight: Essex

22 James I.

C 142/744/38

Maxey, William, knight: Essex

21 Charles I.

C 143/362/9

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William Woodward v. John Maxey: answer Date of document: Sixteenth century

1501 Jan 1 – 1600 Dec 31

C 4/62/113

William Woodward v. John Maxey: replication Date of document: Sixteenth century

1501 Jan 1 – 1600 Dec 31

C 5/382/9

Brunning v. Maxey: Suffolk

1650

C 5/594/187

Browne v. Maxey: Middlesex

1698

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Reeve v. Maxey: Essex.

1672

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Short title: Maxey v Morecrofte. Plaintiffs: William Maxey clerk and Frances Maxey his wife. Defendants: George Morecrofte clerk. Subject: money matters, Oxfordshire. Document type: bill, answer.

1641

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Short title: Maxey v Spencer. Plaintiffs: Mildred Maxey widow and others. Defendants: John Spencer and Helen Maxey Spencer his wife and another. Subject: manor of Bradwell, Essex. Document type: bill, two answers.

1650

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Short title: Kirle v Maxey. Plaintiffs: Robert Kirle and Mildred Kirle his wife and others. Defendants: [unknown] Spenser, Henry Maxey and others. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Anne Maxey.Document type: two answers.

1651

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Short title: Maxey v Alefounder. Plaintiffs: William Maxey and Elizabeth Maxey his wife. Defendants: Robert Alefounder and another. Subject: property in Waltham, Essex, and Woolverstone, Suffolk. Document type: bill, two answers.

1646

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Short title: Small v Lord Fitzwilliam. Plaintiffs: Gerard Small, Anne Small his wife and Bridget Price widow. Defendants: William Fitzwilliam Lord Fitzwilliam of Lifford. Subject: manor of Northburgh alias Northborough, and property in Maxey, Glinton, Nunton, Ufford, and Helpston, Northamptonshire.

1699

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Short title: Hutcheson v Maxey. Plaintiffs: John Hutcheson, John Andrews, John Dixon and John Farrow. Defendants: Mildred Maxey and Anthony Maxey. Subject: manors of Bradwell, and Great Saling, Essex. Document type: bill, answer.

1649

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Short title: Spencer v Maxey. Plaintiffs: John Spencer and Dame Helena Spencer his wife. Defendants: Anthony Maxey. Subject: manor of Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Essex. Document type: bill, answer.

1650

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Short title: Maxey v Denham. Plaintiffs: Nathaniel Maxey and Andrew Plumpton. Defendants: John Denham, Huntington Hastings and [unknown] Coriney. Subject: money matters, Berkshire. Document type: bill, answer.

1651

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Short title: Adderley v Jolley. Plaintiffs: Arden Adderley, Arden Bagolt, Anthony Maxey, Susannah Maxey his wife, Herbert Price and Gooditha Price his wife. Defendants: Thomas Jolley, Mary Jolley his wife and Robert Ducy. Subject: property in Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire.

1658

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Short title: Baker v Maxey. Plaintiffs: Jane Baker widow. Defendants: Nathaniel Maxey. Subject: manor of Bassaleg, Monmouthshire. Document type: answer only. SFP

1658

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Short title: Maxey v Noell. Plaintiffs: Nathaniel Maxey. Defendants: Martin Noell, George Blake and Anthony Phelpes. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, demurrer.

1660

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Short title: Maxey v Gee. Plaintiffs: Mildred Maxey widow. Defendants: Orlando Gee and Elizabeth Gee his wife. Subject: manor of Stow Maries, Essex. Document type: bill, demurrer. SFP

1663

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Short title: Bingley v Billing. Plaintiffs: Elizabeth Bingley widow and James Burbage Maxey. Defendants: Francis Billing. Subject: property in Bromley Common, Kent. Document type: bill, answer.

1660

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Short title: Maxey v Thornton. Plaintiffs: Anthony Maxey. Defendants: John Thornton. Subject: property in Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire. Document type: bill, answer.

1669

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Short title: Attorney General v Turner. Plaintiffs: Sir Heneage Finch bart Attorney General, on behalf of the poor of Maxey, Nottinghamshire. Defendants: Roger Turnor. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Susan Worsley. Document type: answer only. UBP

1671

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Short title: Allen v Kelley. Plaintiffs: John Allen, Nathaniel Maxey, Anthony Merrey and Hannah Hall. Defendants: David Kelley. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, answer.

1684

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Short title: Maxey v Sewell. Document type: three answers, schedule.

1685

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London, England, Extracted Parish Records Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish  Text: 28 Sep 1665 Jonathan Maxye, undr Mr Nevets monimt Book: Burials. Collection: London: St. Benet & St. Peter, Paul’s Wharf – Register of Burials, 1607-1837 (Burial)

See more NAME:  Jonathan Maxye Mr Nevets VITAL:  28 Sep 1665 – London, England    England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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NAME:  Maxie, Maxey, Edward VITAL:  1621, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1620-1629    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, John Thos. Maxey VITAL:  1657, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, William VITAL:  1657, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1657-1660    UK, Extracted Probate Records Tax, Criminal, Land & Wills

NAME:  Maxey, Edward VITAL:  1691, General, England VITAL:  England: Canterbury – Wills Proved in The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1686-1693

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View Image   Name:  Ann Maxey Parents:  Henry Maxey  Rebecca Maxey Baptism:  Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image   Name:  John Maxey Parents:  Thomas Maxey Baptism:  St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image   Name:  Joseph Maxey Parents:  Henry Maxey Baptism:  Christ Church, Southwark, Surrey    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image   Name:  Rebecca Maxey

London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

View Image   Name:  Thomas Maxey Parents:  Tho Maxey Baptism:  St Benet Paul´S Wharf, London    London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish

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Lymehowse Poplor & Blackwall Hamlett

Title

Forename

Surname

Total Hearths

Listing Status

Notes

From: ‘Hearth Tax: Middlesex 1666: Stepney : Limehouse Poplar and Blackwell Hamlet’, London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119156&amp;strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011. Richard

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From: ‘Hearth Tax: Middlesex 1666: Stepney : Limehouse Poplar and Blackwell Hamlet’, London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119156&amp;strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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From: ‘Hearth Tax: Middlesex 1666: Hammersmith ‘, London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=118847&amp;strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666

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1800?

Assheton Aylworth, gentleman, and George Maxey, and Jane, his wife. A messuage in the close of St. Bartholomewthe Great, in Westsmythfeld, London. L. Hil. Anno4 and 5.

From: ‘London and Middlesex Fines: Philip and Mary’, A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII – 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 89-105. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78845&amp;strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

Robert Good and Antony Maxey, gentleman. Premisesin Stanes, Estbedfount, and Laleham. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

From: ‘London and Middlesex Fines: Philip and Mary’, A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII – 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 89-105. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78845&amp;strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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UK, Extracted Probate Records
about Maxye, Maxey, Peter

Text:

Maxye, Maxey, Peter,     clericus, chaplain of Christ Church, Canterbury C. 3 320 1492

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

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