Maxey, Maxye, John, gent.
Dates: 1600
Place: Bradwell-iuxta-Coggeshall, Essex, England
Book: Marriages at Curry Rivel, 1642 to 1812.(Marriage)
Collection: Essex, Hertfordshire: Chelmsford – Wills, 1400-1619
Volume: Index to Wills Now Preserved in the Essex Record Office Chelmsford 1400 – 1619
Chapter: Volume 4.
Text: 1600 Maxey, Maxye, John, gent., Bradwell-iuxta-Coggeshall 107 BW 26

 

 

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FrancesView RecordSarah Macey15 Jul 1745BaptismGreat YarmouthSusannaView RecordSusannaMacey1748BaptismNorwich, St Martin at OakSimon,
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AliciaView RecordMiles Mesa20 Aug 1618BurialDownham MarketView RecordMargaretaMasy8 Aug 1624BaptismStanhoe with BarwickHorrisView RecordMargarettMasey28 Nov 1629MarriageHoltThomasView RecordAnne Masie8 Aug 1632BaptismGreat YarmouthSimon,
AnneView RecordWilliamMayso15 Oct 1634BaptismHedenhamWilliam,
AliceView RecordPeter Masey8 Dec 1650BaptismKing´s Lynn, St Margaret with St NicholasPeterView RecordAnne Masey1654-1658BaptismNorwich, St George at ColegateNicholas,
AllenView RecordThomasMasey7 Jul 1675BaptismNorth WalshamJosephi,
MariaView RecordElizabethMasey5 Aug 1680BaptismKing´s Lynn, St Margaret with St NicholasJohnView RecordRoger Masey24 Mar 1688BaptismNorth WalshamRoger,
MargaretView RecordAmay Masa17 May 1691BaptismSurlingham, St Mary and St SaviourWillam,
FrancesView RecordThomas Macy17 May 1692MarriageNorwich, St EtheldredaGraceView RecordAles Masey15 Mar 1695BaptismBarton TurfJohn,
MaryView RecordElizabethMasi9 Mar 1696BurialSt Peter Parmentergate, NorwichView RecordJudith Mesa14 Aug 1706BaptismLowestoft, St MargaretJohn,
SarahView RecordElizabethMesy8 Apr 1711BurialNorwich, St GilesView RecordElizabethMesy8 Apr 1711BurialNorwich, St GilesView RecordJohn Masey9 Oct 1714BaptismAcleJohn,
SusanView RecordElizabethMacy2 Dec 1721MarriageNorwich, All SaintsOliverView RecordElisabethMasy10 Jan 1725MarriagePotter HeighamWilliam

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View Record BridgettMaxey 30 Oct 1597 Burial Salle
View Record AnthonyMaxey 6 May 1599 Baptism Reepham with Kerdiston Anthony
View Record NathaniellMaxey 20 Feb 1617 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Nathaniell
View Record SusanMaxey 3 Dec 1619 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Nathaniel
View Record Mary Maxey 22 Dec 1622 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Nathaniel
View Record JeffryMaxey 21 Mar 1626 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Katharine
View Record TimothyMaxey 9 Mar 1635 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Edward
View Record ElizabethMaxey 22 Nov 1638 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Edward
View Record MarieMaxey 17 Apr 1640 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Edward
View Record EllingMaxey 26 Apr 1646 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Peter
View Record EllingMaxey 17 Mar 1646 Burial King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas
View Record John Maxey 16 Oct 1646 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Edward
View Record Sara Maxey 30 Mar 1648 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Peter
View Record HenricusMaxey 7 Feb 1668 Marriage Great Dunham Amia
View Record SarahMaxey 7 Dec 1669 Baptism Fincham Henry,
Emme
View Record Ann Maxey 19 Nov 1671 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Nathaniel
View Record EdwardMaxey 28 Jan 1672 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Nathaniel
View Record SusannaMaxey 17 Nov 1673 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Nathaniel
View Record EleanorMaxey 31 Mar 1752 Burial Norwich, St Stephen
View Record Hat??niellMaxey 3 Jun 1677 Baptism Norwich, St James with Pockthorpe Nathaniel
View Record KatherineMaxey 9 Nov 1679 Baptism Norwich, St Augustine Nathaniel
View Record EmmaMaxey 12 May 1679 Marriage Fincham Thomas
View Record CharlesMaxey 20 Feb 1683 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas John
View Record Eliz Maxey 23 Aug 1686 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Edm
View Record ElizabethMaxey 27 Nov 1759 Burial Norwich, St Clement and St Edmund
View Record John Maxey Oct 1688 Baptism Norwich, St Peter Hungate Nathaniel,
Clofe
View Record John Maxey 9 Nov 1688 Burial Norwich, St Peter Hungate
View Record RogerMaxey 30 Sep 1689 Marriage Fincham Mary
View Record JosephMaxey 4 Jun 1690 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas John
View Record Robt. Maxey 6 Aug 1690 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Edmund
View Record BruretonMaxey 30 Jan 1691 Baptism Norwich, St Michael at Coslany Nathaniel,
Rose
View Record EdmundMaxey 21 May 1691 Burial King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas
View Record John Maxey 13 Jul 1694 Burial Norwich, St Augustine
View Record CharlesMaxey 26 Feb 1695 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas John
View Record Perer Maxey 19 Nov 1696 Baptism Norwich, St Augustine Nathanyel
View Record Rose Maxey 12 Dec 1697 Baptism Norwich, St John Maddermarket Nathaniel,
Rose
View Record Rose Maxey 12 Dec 1698 Baptism Norwich, St John Maddermarket Nathaniell,
Rosa
View Record Mary Maxey 8 Sep 1700 Baptism Coltishall Edward,
Judith
View Record EdwardMaxey 7 Jul 1700 Marriage Coltishall Judith
View Record Lynn JohnMaxey 14 May 1701 Marriage Bexwell Elizabeth
View Record Mary Maxey 14 Apr 1703 Baptism King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas John,
Elizabeth
View Record Mr JohnMaxey 13 Apr 1704 Burial King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas
View Record SooleMaxey 19 Jun 1707 Marriage Norwich, St Mary in the Marsh Martha
View Record Ann Maxey 16 Oct 1708 Burial Norwich, St Martin at Palace
View Record John Maxey 14 Oct 1708 Baptism Norwich, St Simon and St Jude Peete,
Martha
View Record John Maxey 19 Mar 1708 Burial Norwich, St Simon and St Jude
View Record Eliz Maxey 17 Apr 1710 Marriage King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas John
View Record Mary Maxey 2 Dec 1711 Marriage King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Daniel
View Record Robt Maxey 15 Sep 1713 Marriage King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Alice
View Record Ann Maxey 7 Apr 1713 Marriage King´s Lynn, St Margaret with St Nicholas Tho.

 

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Record John Maxey Burial Nov 1558 Crewkerne
View Record MargeryMaxey Baptism 30 Mar 1584 Bath, St James Jone
View Record SarahMaxey Marriage 3 Feb 1706 Robert
View Record Robt Maxey Marriage 29 Sep 1735 Charlton Musgrove Mary
View Record BettyMaxey Burial 20 Mar 1808 Dowlish Wake
View Record Max Burial Clatworthy
View Record Robert Max  Baptism 14 Jan 1581 Corston James
View Record John Max Baptism 10 Dec 1598 West Cranmore
View Record Mary Haizzy Max Marriage 14 Jun 1602 Weston Zoyland Elliza Anne
View Record William Max  Baptism 18 Sep 1604 Wraxall Evan
View Record John Max Marriage 11 Aug 1604 Dulverton Johan
View Record Solmon Max Marriage 29 Apr 1606 Richard
View Record Elizabeth Max  Baptism 17 Feb 1610 Weston Zoyland Tho
View Record Edwin Max Baptism 17 Jul 1617 Chew Magna John
View Record William Max  Burial 4 May 1620 East Pennard
View Record John Max Burial 8 May 1622 Axbridge
View Record Katherine Max  Marriage 5 Jun 1627 Richard
View Record Elizabeth Max  Marriage 28 Sep 1634 Wells, St Cuthbert John
View Record Agnes Max  Marriage 23 Oct 1637 Cristian
View Record Dorothy Maxx  Burial 21 Jul 1639 Stoke Sub Hamdon (Stoke Under Ham)
View Record Francis Max  Burial 21 Dec 1643 Wrington
View Record Rulppolgo Max Burial 23 Sep 1645 Shepton Beauchamp Marmuduko
View Record Joane Max Marriage Oct 1652 East Pennard Henry
View Record John Max Marriage 15 Apr 1659 Wiveliscombe Anne
View Record Mary Max  Burial 26 Feb 1662 Taunton, St James
View Record Joseph Max  Baptism 20 Oct 1663 Worle St Martin Mark,
Mary
View Record Mark Max  Baptism 2 May 1666 Worle St Martin Mark,
Mary
View Record Anna Max  Burial 20 Jun 1680 Kewstoke
View Record John Max Burial 8 May 1693 Shepton Mallet
View Record Abraham Max Burial 21 Aug 1703 Buckland Dinham
View Record Jane Maiks  Burial 20 Apr 1740 North Petherton
View Record Joane Maxe Marriage 18 Oct 1624 Glastonbury, St John Walter
View Record Aman Maxew Burial 6 Jun 1659 Wells, St Cuthbert Henry
View Record SusannaMaxa Baptism 13 May 1685 Brewham Ric
View Record JamesMaxie  Burial 19 Nov 1807 Westbury
View Record Jeanna Maxxie Baptism 24 May 1685 Litton John,
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Name: Elizabeth Maxey
Gender: Male
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 20 Jul 1603
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Jhon
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Jone Maxey
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 20 May 1598
Burial Place: Rushden, Northamptonshire, England
Father: WY Maxey
Name: Jane Maxey
[Jana Maxey]
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 12 Apr 1600
Burial Place: Rushden, Northamptonshire, England
Name: Robt Maxey
Gender: Male
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 8 Jan 1589
Marriage Place: Rushden, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Ene Bull
Name: George Maxy
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 28 Jan 1597
Burial Place: Castor, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Castor
Name: Joane Max??
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 16 Feb 1576
Baptism Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: J??
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot

Name: Maxy
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: Feb 1578
Baptism Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John Maxye
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Catherine Maxie
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 28 Mar 1578
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John Maxie
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot

Name: Richard Maxie
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 4 Jun 1580
Baptism Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John Maxie
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Elizabeth Maxie
Gender: Male
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 1 Feb 1592
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: John Maxie
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Richarde Max
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 9 Jun 1574
Baptism Place: Warmington, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Ellenore Max
Parish as it Appears: WARMINGTON]

Name: William Mix
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 1 Oct 1574
Burial Place: Warmington, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: WARMINGTON
Name: Mathe Max
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 18 Mar 1582
Baptism Place: Northampton, All Saints, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Richi Max
Parish as it Appears: Northampton, All Saints

Name: William Maiox
[Willielmus Maiox]
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: Feb 1577
Baptism Place: Paulerspury, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Richard Maiox
Parish as it Appears: Paulerspury
Name: Anna Maks
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 17 Oct 1577
Baptism Place: Pitsford, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Johis Maks
Mother: Phillippe Maks
Name: Margerie Maxi
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 14 Feb 1571
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Laurence Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough
Name: Richard Maxi
[Ricardus Maxi]
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 30 Jan 1573
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Laurence Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Alice Maxi
[Alicia Maxi]
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 17 Mar 1575
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Lame Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Jhon Maxi
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 17 Jan 1577
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Thomas Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Lawrence Maxi
[Laurentius Maxi]
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 22 May 1577
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Laurence Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough
Name: Jhon Maxi
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 25 Jun 1578
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Lame Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Joan Maxi
[Joanna Maxi]
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 7 Oct 1580
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Laurence Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough
Name: Robert Maxi
[Robertus Maxi]
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 10 Mar 1581
Baptism Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Laurence Maxi
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough
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Name: Agnes Maxi
[Agneta Maxi]
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 1 Apr 1576
Burial Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Laurence Maxi
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 30 Jun 1577
Burial Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Jhon Maxi
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 19 Jul 1578
Burial Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: Jhon Maxi
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 13 Oct 1580
Burial Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough
Name: Margery Maxi
Gender: Female
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 26 Oct 1598
Marriage Place: Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Robert Baylie
Parish as it Appears: Irthlingborough

Name: William Maxcy
[Willielmus Maxcy]
Gender: Male
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 27 Feb 1594
Marriage Place: Rushden, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Jane Wilse
Name: George Maxy
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 28 Jan 1597
Burial Place: Castor, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Castor
Name: Joane Max??
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 16 Feb 1576
Baptism Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: J??
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot

Name: Maxy
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: Feb 1578
Baptism Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John Maxye
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Catherine Maxie
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 28 Mar 1578
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John Maxie
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Richard Maxie
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 4 Jun 1580
Baptism Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John Maxie
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: Elizabeth Maxie
Gender: Male
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 1 Feb 1592
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: John Maxie
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot

Name: Elizabeth Maxey
Gender: Male
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 20 Jul 1603
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Jhon
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name: Jhon Maxey
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 19 Jun 1624
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot

 

 

Name: Elizabeth Maxey
Gender: Male
Event Type: Burial
Burial Date: 20 Jul 1603
Burial Place: Chelveston, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Jhon
Parish as it Appears: Chelveston cum Caldecot
Name: William Maxey
Gender: Male
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 3 Mar 1711
Marriage Place: Wollaston, Northamptonshire, England
Spouse: Ruth Stear
Parish as it Appears: Wollaston
Name: William Maxey
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 25 Jan 1717
Baptism Place: Wollaston, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Wm Maxey
Parish as it Appears: Wollaston

William Maxey

England, Cheshire Parish Registers
Name William Maxey
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 07 Dec 1654
Event Place , , Cheshire, England
Spouse’s Name Susan Searle

 

 

Name Peter Maxcy
Gender Male
Christening Date 19 Nov 1696
Christening Place St. Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Father’s Name Nathanyel Maxcy
Name Nathaniel Maxey
Event Type Burial
Event Date 11 Dec 1793
Event Place St Peters, Congleton, Cheshire, England
Father’s Name Nath Maxey

Could be Nathaniel Edward Maxey (research)

Name Nathanyell Maxcy
Gender Male
Daughter Susanah Maxcy
Other information in the record of Susanah Maxcy
from England Births and Christenings
Name Susanah Maxcy
Gender Female
Christening Date 02 Jul 1694
Christening Place St. Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Father’s Name Nathanyell Maxcy

 

Gender Male
Christening Date 15 Sep 1703
Christening Place HATHERLEIGH,DEVON,ENGLAND
Father’s Name Abell Moxhey
Name Mary Maxey
Gender Female
Christening Date 08 Sep 1700
Christening Place Coltishall, Norfolk, England
Father’s Name Edward Maxey
Mother’s Name Judith Maxey

 

 

Name Lucy
Gender Female
Burial Date 31 Aug 1670
Burial Place Stepney, Middlesex
Marital Status Married
Spouse’s Name Nathaniell Maxey

 

Name Edward Maxey
Gender Male
Christening Date 02 Apr 1649
Christening Place Little Plumstead, Norfolk, England
Father’s Name Edward Maxey

 

Name Edward Maxey
Gender Male
Christening Date 11 Feb 1723
Christening Place ST ANDREW UNDERSHAFT,LONDON,LONDON,ENGLAND
Death Date 05 Mar 1723
Father’s Name William Maxey
Mother’s Name Mary

 

 

Name Maxey
Gender Male
Christening Date 29 Apr 1677
Christening Place STRETTON,RUTLAND,ENGLAND
Father’s Name William Maxey
Mother’s Name Anne
Name …na Maxy
Gender Female
Christening Date 30 Dec 1666
Christening Place Terrington St. Clement, Norfolk, England
Father’s Name Gualteri Maxy
Name: Maxey, Francis
Place: Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England
Book: Burialls 1604. (Burial)
Collection: Gloucestershire: – Wills Proved in the Court of Bishop of Gloucester, 1660-1800
Volume: Calendar of Gloucestershire Mills. Proved in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Gloucester
Chapter: 1666
Text: Maxey, Francis, Thornbury

 

 

Name: Maxey, Rob.
Dates: 1590
Place: Burgh, Lincolnshire, England
Book: Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will)
Collection: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
Volume: Wills Proved in the Consistorp Court of Lincoln.
Chapter: Calendar No. 3. 1506-1600.
Text: Maxey, Rob., Burgh 1590 , 67
Name: Anthony Maxay
Gender: Male
Baptism Date: 16 Jan 1585
Baptism Place: Gosberton,Lincoln,England
Father: Henry Maxay
FHL Film Number: 432505

Cecilia Maxey

BIRTH 1520 Of, Lancashire, , England

DEATH London, London, , England

Marriage to Thomas Nelson

1540Lancashire, England

23 Dec 2015

Name: Maxey, Jo.
Dates: 1591
Place: Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, England
Book: Calendar of Wills Proved and of Administrations Granted in the Commissary Court of the Peculiar and Exempt Jurisdiction of Groby, 1580-1800. (Will)
Collection: Lincolnshire: – Calendar of Wills, 1320-1600
Volume: Wills Proved in the Consistorp Court of Lincoln.
Chapter: Calendar No. 3. 1506-1600.
Text: Maxey, Jo., Pinchbeck 1591 2, 203

22 Dec 2015

The family of Comberbach were for some generations settled at Nantwich, and appear to have assumed their surname from Comberbach, near Great Budworth, in Cheshire. A manuscript pedigree is in the Harl. MSS. 2153.

Charlotte Comberbach, m. to Love Albert Parry, esq. of Caernarvon. Helen Comberbach, m. to Nathaniel Maxey Pattison, esq. of Congleton. 2. Edmund-Roger Comberbach, d. in 1762.

 

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M1/8MayeNathaniel MayeTrelawayJohn TrelawayClaim as heirA tenement and land in the parish of Plymouth, Devon, purchased by Thomas Maye esq, deceased, plaintiff’s father, of William Collins

 

M1/9MaxeyAnthony MaxeyPutteChristopher PutteClaim by leaseA lease of the parsonage of Wethersfeld, Essex, granted by the Bishop of London for the lives of plaintiff and Edward Maxey and Emanuel Maxey his brothers

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Some of the earliest mentioned names of Maxey

 

est 1200

Notification of a quitclaim of right.

Manuscripts Of The Earl Of Ancaster. Title Deeds. Title deeds relating to property of the abbey of Vaudey. disputing. He now yields up the bovate to them absolutely. Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn and Hugh de Makeseye of Edenham, Hugh Heryng and Roger le Ky of Scotilthorpe, William son of John of and William de Stafford of

Held by: Lincolnshire Archives
Date: Dates unknown

 

 

 

 

  • GRANT by Gerard de Nunton ad-crucem, to Simon his son of an acre of arable…

    Charter Fitzwilliam (Milton) Charters. FITZWILLIAM (MILTON) CHARTERS. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE DEEDS. HELPSTON Deeds. GRANT by Gerard de Nunton ad-crucem, to Simon his son of an acre of arable land in the field of Helpiston called Estholim; rent one penny at Michaelmas. Witn. Dom.Peter de la Mare de Makeseye

    Held by: Northamptonshire Record Office
    Date: 1216
    Reference: F(M) Charter/789

 

 

Knotting: Thomas Maxey, nothing

Bedfordshire

1684

Maxey

Reference: C 11/1127/45
Description:

Short title: Utting v Brereton.

Document type: Bill only.

Plaintiffs: John Utting, yeoman of Rockland, Norfolk and Henry Utting, yeoman of Belaugh, Norfolk (sons and executors of Henry Utting senior, gent deceased late of Carleton, Norfolk).

Defendants: Katherine Brereton widow, Nathaniell Maxey, Rose Maxey his wife and Elizabeth Yallopp widow.

Date of bill (or first document): 1715

Note: The naming of a party does not imply that he or she will appear in all the documents in this cause (after the bill)
Date: 1715

 

15 Dec 2015

Colonial connection with Nathaniel Maxey and his Merchant Fleet

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Nathaniel Edward Maxey?

Short title: Baker v Baker.

Document type: Bill and six answers.

Plaintiffs: Richard Baker, merchant of London, Henry Neale, esq of London, Joseph Maxey senior, merchant of Islington, Middlesex (executors of Joseph Taylor, merchant deceased of Mitcham, Surrey).

Defendants: James Pattison, merchant and Mary Pattison his wife and Nathaniel Pattison, James Pattison, Mary Pattison and Susanna Pattison (their children), infants (by said James Pattison, merchant), William Baker, gent of Waltham Abbey, Essex, Martha Bockett, widow of London and Nathaniel Maxey, John Maxey and Martha Maxey (children of Joseph Maxey, wine cooper of London), infants (by said Martha Bockett), Elizabeth Arnold, spinster of Mitcham, Surrey, Elways Robinson, gent of London and Martha Robinson his wife, Elizabeth Spateman, widow of London and Sarah Spateman, John Spateman, Elizabeth Spateman and Mary Spateman (her children), infants (by said Elizabeth Spateman), John Baker, James Gilbert and Patience Gilbert his wife, James Gilbert, Sarah Gilbert, Patience Gilbert, Dorothy Gilbert and Hannah Gilbert (their children), Richard West senior, Richard West junior, John Glover and Mary Glover his wife, Richard Glover, John Glover, George Glover, Frederick Glover and Mary Glover, Ann West, Joseph Maxey junior, Nathaniel Edward Maxey, William Seale Maxey, Mary Maxey and Martha Maxey.

Date of bill (or first document): 1723

The naming of a party does not imply that he or she will appear in all the documents in this cause (after the bill)

http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C10402813

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Title Marriage Allegation
Date 5 December 1664
Description Maxy, Henry and Lowe, als. Lough Sarah

 

http://archives.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk/CalmView/Overview.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog

http://bookscat.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk/search

Author Evelyn, John, 1620-1706.
Title The state of France, as it stood in the IXth yeer of this present monarch, Lewis XIIII : Written to a friend by I.E.
Imprint London : Printed by T[homas]. M[axey]. for M[ercy]. M[eighen]. G[abriel]. Bedell & T[homas]. Collins at the middle Temple gate, Fleetstreet, 1652.

 

http://archives.lambethpalacelibrary.org.uk/CalmView/Default.aspx?

Authorized Form of Name Maxey, Northamptonshire; ancient parish
TypeOfEntity Corporate
Code GB/109/11746
Epithet ancient parish
Jurisdiction Maxey, Northamptonshire
Relationships Includes the hamlet of Deeping Gate
Source Youngs

 

 

11 Dec 2015

5. 18 June 44 Eliz. [1602] Martha Maxey, widow and executrix of John Howe and widow of George Maxey, gent., decd, who held the wardship of William Howe, son of John and Martha, both for herself and her six children v Edmund Hunte, executor of George Maxey decd and George Maxey, son of George. Administration of the estate of George Maxey decd, possession of the wardship of William Howe.

This record is held by Norfolk Record Office

Title: Lease
Reference: KL/C51/48
Description: 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

Date: 1649
Held by: Norfolk Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

 

New read

EST IN THE YEAR 1100

https://books.google.com/books?id=Cds8AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA173&lpg=PA173&dq=DE+MAKESEYE&source=bl&ots=rbi47m5EMx&sig=28BKHGtOPBkch6emP_lUnLWodgg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CEAQ6AEwCGoVChMImPmE2rPjxgIVzViOCh2RWAW7#v=onepage&q=DE%20MAKESEYE&f=false

https://books.google.com/books?id=5sVq7VQlNwcC&lpg=PA2126&ots=hQmP5JyCNi&dq=DE%20MAKESEYE&pg=PA2126#v=onepage&q=DE%20MAKESEYE&f=false

https://books.google.com/books?id=bxx-WKEnyqEC&lpg=PA113&ots=DdKclQx7Xm&dq=DE%20MAKESEYE&pg=PA113#v=onepage&q=DE%20MAKESEYE&f=true

https://books.google.com/books?id=bxx-WKEnyqEC&pg=PA113&lpg=PA113&dq=DE+MAKESEYE&source=bl&ots=DdKclQx7Xm&sig=qDqSVWRtMniaS16afHV9nL3TY1o&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CDMQ6AEwBGoVChMImPmE2rPjxgIVzViOCh2RWAW7#v=onepage&q=DE%20MAKESEYE&f=false

http://www.mocavo.com/The-History-and-Topography-of-the-County-of-Essex-Volume-2/998578/66

The major river to Maxey is the Nene

Major.rivers.of.England

Sir John Lord Pirgo Marquis Grey

Noted for starting a rebellion against the daughters of Henry the 8th in which they execute and strip them from their titles. These notable ? relationships connect to the Maxey’s of Essex from the Greville family and down into the Maxey family. Heleana Greville married William Maxey son of Anthony and Dorothy Bassett

https://books.google.com/books?id=8WAEAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA342&lpg=PA342&dq=Sir+John+Lord+Pirgo+Marquis+Grey&source=bl&ots=b8-k6jBd3k&sig=0hSkczuAiM5c2pe5uSuMswrXD9U&hl=en&sa=X&ei=l_cOVanWJYafNrCMgsAC&ved=0CDsQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=Sir%20John%20Lord%20Pirgo%20Marquis%20Grey&f=true

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/31402328/person/12445030599

https://books.google.com/books?id=8WAEAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA342&lpg=PA342&dq=Sir+John+Lord+Pirgo+Marquis+Grey&source=bl&ots=b8-k6jBd3k&sig=0hSkczuAiM5c2pe5uSuMswrXD9U&hl=en&sa=X&ei=l_cOVanWJYafNrCMgsAC&ved=0CDsQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=Sir%20John%20Lord%20Pirgo%20Marquis%20Grey&f=true

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16 Mar 2015

Name: Edward Maxey
Gender: Male
Baptism Date: 2 Apr 1649
Baptism Place: Little Plumstead, Norfolk, England
Father: Edward Maxey
FHL Film Number: 1471534
Reference ID: item 9

Mr. Maxey then goes on to say that his relationship in blood to the Maxies or Maxys, “for my grandfather wrote boath ways,” in Essex, had been constantly owned “by Sir William Maxy

Book: Shotley Taxpayers.

Collection: Suffolk: Shotley – Parish Records (A General Record of The Parish)

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13 Friday 2015

1547

George Maxey Gentleman appointed Treasurer for payment of victuals

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1469 Original letters, written during the reigns of Henry VI., Edward …, Volume 3

London nu q WLT spied Norfolk & E 500 eeia v bi executors c du T having keys & E death of others will have T WRECKED so BN so they e falsisii art I BN dixij portion it ip_ MS me & CSI p pi Deu do spirly g ve itcjux p mism in F ci & e Gallica lp e Maxie hates line m & yellz tripping teu & CSI it very quiet desires ingress eq far & Todyh MC ti e r ic e he aspires to the death of a thousand cu magr

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Future research online Wills

https://books.google.com/books?id=K5wWAQAAIAAJ&q=Essex,+England+nathaniel+maxcie&dq=Essex,+England+nathaniel+maxcie&hl=en&sa=X&ei=b0MDVZLsNIGmNpKTgNgJ&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAA

John of Northants ??? Which family line does he belong of Organ Maxey’s 2 sons.

copy and post

https://books.google.com/books?id=3WjdEHsAu88C&pg=PA671&lpg=PA671&dq=Essex,+England+maxey&source=bl&ots=2cgWlkIiA5&sig=a_JEjEJ0ye3a7KBXhjBy8P_pYSo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=dz0DVZznF5OGNsKqgvAH&ved=0CEIQ6AEwCTgK#v=onepage&q=Essex%2C%20England%20maxey&f=true

google books page edit…

(Essex, England) – 1989 – ‎Snippet view – ‎More editions

the archdeaconry courts 1583-1592 Essex Record Office, Friends of HistoricEssex (Essex, England) Frederick George Emmison … To Frances my daughter, wife of Harry MAXIE, £6 13s.4d., 1 flockbed, my little brass pot, and 2 pewter platters, within … Richard BARNARD of Lindsell, John OWLTTNG,Nathaniel BARNARD.

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While researching Maxey family connections to Nathaniel Maxey son of Edward Maxey from America. I followed a Ancestry lead to Wanstead, Essex, England. The following information is in relation to the community of Braintree.

Official blazon

Arms : Gules an Eagle displayed wings inverted Or in the claws a Seax Argent hilt pommel and quillons Or in chief a Bar wavy Argent charged with another Sable.
Crest : Out of a Coronet composed of four Ears of Wheat and as many Acorns leaved set upon a Rim Or a Mount Vert thereon a Cock statant Gold combed wattled and legged Gules charged on the breast with a representation of the Device or Mark of Thomas Paycock of Great Coggeshal Sable.
Motto : ‘FIDE ET FORTITUDINE’ – By faith and courage

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on December 20, 1962.

The district has many historical associations with the Romans, innumerable relics from that period have been discovered and two great Roman roads, namely Stane Street and Icknield Street, cross the district meeting at Marks Tey. The gold Roman eagle is therefore an apt charge, holding in its claws a seax upon a red background both from the County arms. The area is also traversed by the River Blackwater, which is alluded to by a typical heraldic pun, the black wavy bar at the top of the shield, edged with white for its tributaries.

The colours of the wreath are those of the County and of the Maxey family, who have connections with several parts of the district, and the rural coronet of wheatears and acorns represents agriculture, its ancillary industries and the natural amenities. In Great Coggeshall stands Paycocke’s House, now preserved by the National Trust, it was built at the beginning of the sixteenth century by John Paycocke, as a wedding present for his son Thomas, a clothier. The Paycockes became prominent citizens of the town and contributed substantially to the fabric of the parish church. The merchant mark of the Paycockes, described variously as an ermine tail or a double-stalked clover leaf, is included in the decor of the house and is seen on the breast of the cock in the crest. The cock itself is taken from the seal of Coggeshall or (Coxhall) Abbey, founded by King Stephen and Queen Maud and granted the Manor of Coggeshall around 1140.

The motto is that of the Capels, Earls of Essex, another family prominent in the areas history.

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1394

Sept 10 Coyty Castle The following have the like letters Hugh Mortymer nominating William de Burcestre knight and Thomas Brugge John de Scarle received the attorneys until the return into England of the person appointing them The said Hugh nominating Nicholas Apperleo and Stephen Makesey John de Scarle &c as above

possible connection to the Twelve Knights of Glamorgan

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

  • Sir William de Londres; Ogmore
  • Sir Richard I de Grenville (d.post 1142), younger brother of Robert FitzHamon; Neath
  • Sir Payn de Turberville; Coity
  • Sir Robert St.Quintin; Llanblethian
  • Sir Richard Siward; Talyfan
  • Sir Gilbert Umfraville; Penmark
  • Sir Roger Berkerolles; St. Athan
  • Sir Reginald Sully; Sully
  • Sir Peter le Soare; Llanbedr-ar-Lai
  • Sir John Fleming; Wenvoe
  • Sir Oliver St.John; Fonmon
  • (Sir William Stradling; St. Donat’s)

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Monasticon Anglicanum...a History of the Abbies and Other Monasteries...and ...

suo de Makesey et Horsyngus de Wathe calumniatus est et pro manerio suo de Badyngton et Siwardus comes de manerio suo de Bernak j et Hugolinus thesaurarius de manerio de Helpieston d et alii plures de aliis maneriis dicto

he cruelly oppressed, and for contact with the very Makesey and Horsyngus de Wathe and Siward, Earl of his manor of his manor of Badyngton Bernak, D and J , and many others have Hugolinus Treasurer of other manors of the manor of the said Helpieston

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De Mak De Max husband see

https://books.google.com/books?id=XPA2AAAAYAAJ&pg=PA102&lpg=PA102&dq=de+Makesei&source=bl&ots=XCGM037L9y&sig=_GL7nFFPUHK0xJ1CdL6LR_OLNqM&hl=en&sa=X&ei=onH8VO_wJdGYyATRuIGYDg&ved=0CB0Q6AEwADgK#v=onepage&q=Makesei&f=false

Notts., Sutton Bonington, & East Leake.   Grant and confirmation from Henry Rowe of…

This record is held by Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, Record Office for

Reference: 26D53/78
Description: Notts., Sutton Bonington, & East Leake.

Grant and confirmation from Henry Rowe of Egynton, Ralph de Brokesby, and William de Barowe, chaplains to Robert de Staunton Harold and Agnes his wife, of these lands in Sutton on Soar (Sutton Bonington) and East Leeke in which the same Robert had enfeoffed them; warranty clause.

Witnesses: Laurencio de Mederley de Sutton Roberto Germar de Donyngton Thoma de Mederlei Laurencio filio Johannis de Sutton Johanne ffouch de Gaynton Johanne de fermesham de Leyke Simone de Makesei de eadem Galfrido Dougge et aliis.

Dated at Staunton on feast of St.Nich., 35 Edw., III.

3 seal tags, 1 seal intact.

17th cent. endorsement.

Date: 6 Dec. 1361
Held by: Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, Record Office for, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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Chronicon Petroburgense, now first printed mandate , with the care T. Stapleton
 By Peterborough Chronicle

https://books.google.com/books?id=gKQUAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA170&lpg=PA170&dq=de+Makesei&source=bl&ots=OgTQLAiXHi&sig=yPpnZ43NFs_nC1oH8Up0I2chgpw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Y2v8VM63GdixyASZq4DABg&ved=0CCoQ6AEwAg#v=snippet&q=Chronico&f=false

De la Mare, de Makesei, et Turlebi

The Mare of Makesei and Turlebi

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Jeanne D’Arc, Maid of Orleans, Deliverer of France: Being the Story of Her … Maxey France unknown date possibly Makeseye family moving from England?

https://books.google.com/books?id=OZwNAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA19&lpg=PA19&dq=how+old+is+maxey+france&source=bl&ots=6kq_YRFxPJ&sig=i_I8GWx71LnOfRVHFVUvl5R3Y1g&hl=en&sa=X&ei=22b8VKySCoSSyQTRsYKgCQ&ved=0CEEQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=how%20old%20is%20maxey%20france&f=false

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Interesting relationship between the Makeseye? and De La Mare families (Makeseye and Mare families may have been related by marriage? unknown How did the Maxey family relate into all the different wars?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_of_Gaunt,_1st_Duke_of_Lancaster

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Henricus de Makeseye

1324 â WMS Hard yng de Sheŕford per res iq Johannis de Waltham Wmlß Walrond per mort Adœ де Ston l hun ç Ricardus Lambert per resig 11711 де Leyces l ter Henricus de Makeseye ç Vincentius de Tarenta f ecc ranged uit i lPllilippus le Despenser çRicardus de Ledebury per resign William de l Geitintone Rector

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Latin De Makeseye and De La Mare family connection???

Latin to English

CHRONICON PETROBURGEXSE Transcriptum Warde Galfridi filii et heredis domini Petri de la
Mare, que vendita fuit domino Galfrido de Suthorp, anno domini
Edwardi Regis .xi°. videlicet anno precedenti, ut patet in hunc
modum : —

Hec est convencio facta die Veneris proxima post festum sancti
Illarii, anno regni Regis Edwardi undecimo, inter abbatem et con-
ventum de Burgo sancti Petri ex una parte, et Galfridum de
Suthorp et Roysiam uxorem ejus ex altera, videlicet quod dicti
abbas et conventus dimiserunt et concesserunt dictis Galfrido et
Roysie uxori ejus custodiam terrarum et tenementorum, que
fuerunt Petri de la Mare, que dictus abbas habuit nomine
custodie per mortem dicti Petri, in Makesey et Norburgo,
Habendam et tenendam dictis Galfrido et Roysie vel eorum
alteri superviventi, ut in dominicis, redditibus, wardis, releviis,
escaetis, villanis, villenagiis, auxiliis, finibus, merchetis, curiis et
earum perquisitis, pratis, pascuis, pasturis, molendinis, aquis,
stagnis, vivariis, boscis, domiciliis, libertatibus, aisiamentis, et
rebus omnibus ad dictas terras et tenementa pertinentibus, que
dicto abbati nomine custodie accidere possent, si in manu sua
existeret. Exceptis xii. solidatis terre vel redditus pro voluntate
abbatis, de quibus perficietur dos, que dominam Christianam, que
fuit uxor domini Petri de la Mare, contingit de tenementis, que
dictus Petrus tenuit de dicto abbate. Exceptis similiter sex

CAMD. SOC. L,

CHRONICON PETROBURGEXSE Copy of Geoffrey, son and heir of Sir Peter de la Warde
The sea, which was sold to the lord Geoffrey of Suthorp, in the year of the Lord,
King Edward .Xl °. the previous year, that is to say, as is clear in this
mode: -

This is the agreement have been made on the Friday next after the feast of St
Illarii, the eleventh year of the reign of King Edward, between the abbot and con-
the wind out of Burgh St Peter, on the one hand, and Geoffrey of
Suthorp and Roysiam wife on the other, that is to say that they were called
Geoffrey and sent him away, and granted to the said abbot and convent
Roysiam his wife, the wardship of lands and tenements, which
they were of Peter de la Mare, which had the name of the said abbot
custody death, Peter, and the Makesey Norburg,
To have and to hold to the said Geoffrey Roysiam person or those persons, and
supervivens the other, as on Sundays, rents, wards, reliefs,
shavings, to villains, villeinages, the auxiliaries, and the territories, merchets, courts and
their purchases, meadows, pastures, pastures, mills, waters,
pools, ponds, woods, housing, franchises, easements, and
all matters pertaining to the said lands and tenements, which
the name of the custody of the said abbot to happen to them, if in his hand,
exist. Apart XII. soldered or rent land for a will
the Abbot, which will be perfected a dowry, which is the mistress of the Christian, which is
was the wife of Sir Peter de la Mare, it happens with respect to tenements, which
was called Peter held of the said Abbot. Besides the same sex

CAMP. SOC. 50,

2

Breve domini Galfridi de la Mare impetratum pro constabu-
laria, pertinens ad liberum tenementum in Makeseye, anno Domini
M°cc° nonagesimo quarto.

Writ of the Lord Geoffrey de la Mare has been procured for the constabu-
laria, which pertains to his free tenement in the Makeseye , in the year of the Lord,
1000 ° CC ° and ninety- fourth year .

3

The same, p. 54,
” Torpel. Primus Rogerus infans. Rogerus de Torpel tenet in Northamptonescire duodecim
hydas terrse, scilicet in Torpel, Makeseye, Ufforde, Pilketone, Clapethorn, Cotherstoke,
Northburch, Leaulme, Badingtone etEstone et pertinentiis suis, et inde facit serviciumsex
militum.” Over Gosfridus, ” Galfridus ;” in margin, ” Gunethorp.”

The same, p . 54 ,
" Torpel. The first child of Roger . Roger Torpel holds the twelve Northamptonescire
hydas lands, namely Torpel , Makeseye , Ufford , Pilton , Clapethorn , Cotherstoke ,
Northburch , Leaulme , Badington etEstone and appurtenances, and then does serviciumsex
of the soldiers . "Over Gosfridus ," Geoffrey ; " in the margin," Gunethorp . ""

4

” De
Burgele. De Johanne de Dovre. De la Mare, de Makesei, et Turlebi. Suthtona.” In
Domesday : — ” Northantone, Willelmus Inganie .i. domum de Roberto de Boci, et nil

" Of
Burgel . From John Dovre. De la Mare, from makest , and Turlebi . Suthtona . " In the
Domesday: - " Northampton shire, William Inganie .i. The house of Robert de Boci , and nothing

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Local history timeline

http://www.eastleake-history.org.uk/history-timeline.htmltimer

8 Mar 2015

http://archive.org/stream/historytopograph02wrig/historytopograph02wrig_djvu.txt

http://archive.org/stream/historytopograph02wrig/historytopograph02wrig_djvu.txt

13 Feb 2015

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/12062749/maxey-church-and-parish-of-stpeters-church-maxey-england

http://www.british-history.ac.uk/rchme/essex/vol1/pp132-133

5 Feb 2015

Custodia WUl ifir JoKis de Wyrcestre tradita Henr Make seye Fo lxxvii 2 May 33 Edward III ad 1359 the guardianship of William son of John de Wyrcestre aged fifteen years committed by the same to Henry Makeseye skinner Surety viz John Bedeford skinner Afterwards viz on the 6th April 36 Edward III ad 1362 came the said William son of John de Wyrcestre before John Pecche the Mayor and the Chamberlain and acknowledged satisfaction for his property no CALENDAR OF LETTER BOOKS

http://www.findmypast.com/

Warn B 2522 Grant by Alice Cornvylle daughter and heiress of William Cornvylle to William de Clynton earl of Huntingdon and hia couyin John de Clynton permitting them to cultivate land called lc Brodefeld in Maxstoke over which a right of common for cattle had been granted to her said father by the said earl the reversion of the manor of Maxstoke belonging to the said John de Clynton Sunday after Martinmas 23 Edward III Injured French Seal 310 DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF —————————————————————————————-

N bamp B 2523 Grant by William de Ares chaplain to the nuns of Katesby of a toft in Makesey Maxey Witnesses Salomon de Wythir ington Robert Freman de Clinton William son of Walter de Makeseye and others named Thirteenth century Seal

Sussex B 2524 Grant by William Gyldriche of Wyllyngdon gentleman to Edmund Dndley esquire John Ashburneham and George Chauncey of lands in Maukesey to hold to them and their heirs to the use of the said Edmund Dndley subject to the payment of 30 to the abbot of Battle according to the will of Stephen Porter late of Pemsey 20 February 16 Henry VH Seal

N hamp B 2525 Demise by Margaret Redynges prioress of St Michael’s Staunford to Robert Smyth of Makeseye webstere Anne his wife and Agnes Smyth of a meisuage and croft in Makeseye aforesaid Monday before St Barnabas 16 Richard II Three seals

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1326 Membrane 9 cont Robert Longespy for the death of John Rosselyn Johnson of Geoffrey de Makeseye William Balcok for the death of William de Scotton Robert Aleyn of Hegham Ferers John Brocas for the death of John de Rosselyn Richard de Dodynton for the death of Thomas de Honsterton Thomas le Keu of Chepyngderset Robert le Baker of Blaunkeneye for the death of John Grilly of Bliton John le Keu of Chepyngderset William son of William de Sancto Mauro of Hanyton for breaking the castle of Rokyngham Johnson of John de Bradewell of the Pek for the death of Robert son of Robert Siward of Bradewell Robert son of Robert de Hornclyve for the death of Robert de Hulme Ralph Lyghtered for the death of Roger de Thorneton Thomas Fouk of Wold for the theft of six sheep at Scaldewell Roger Dogyn Geoffrey Pachou of Swynebrok chaplain William Bonefaunt parson of the church of Wodeford William Hawys of Balderton Alan de Stokedale for the death of Henry de Hollegh Thomas Doune of Wygan for the death of Thomas de Chestershire John Brok of Henge atte Nok for the death of William Prat John Luky Walter Plassh Adam de Stepelton of Southleye the younger for the death of Nicholas Hody Thomas Warde for the death of William le Vavasour William de Stepelton of Southleye Silvester de Oldham Nicholas Peytefyn for the death of Walter la Hude of Rameseye 20 EDWARD II 331

https://books.google.com/books?id=4WpEAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA441&dq=edward+de+makeseye&hl=en&sa=X&ei=DrTTVPzKD9LjsASJgYG4Bw&ved=0CCkQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=edward%20de%20makeseye&f=false

27 Jan 2015

Jeanne D’Arc, Maid of Orleans, Deliverer of France: Being the Story of Her …

By Thomas de Courcelles, Pierre Cauchon

https://books.google.com/books?id=OZwNAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA19&lpg=PA19&dq=how+old+is+maxey+france&source=bl&ots=6kqXRUEuUL&sig=nfyQoen8p1j1GEeR6uf1H7JI5Gc&hl=en&sa=X&ei=C2LEVL64EYuwyQSYzIGQCg&ved=0CDQQ6AEwBDgK#v=onepage&q=Maxey&f=false

“The Maxey people, were they Burgundians, or opposed to the Burgundians?”

“They were Burgundians. As soon as I knew that my Voices were for the King of France, I loved the Burgundians no more. The Burgundians will have war unless they do what they ought; I know it by my Voice. The English were already in France when my Voices began to come to me. I do not remember being with the children of Domremy when they went to fight against those of Maxey for the French side: but I certainly saw the Domremy children who had fought with those of Maxey coming back many times, wounded and bleeding.”

The Burgundians (Latin: Burgundiōnes, Burgundī; Old Norse: Burgundar; Old English: Burgendas; Greek: Βούργουνδοι) were an East Germanic tribewhich may have emigrated from mainland Scandinavia to the Baltic island of Bornholm, and from there to the Vistula basin, in middle modern Poland.[1]A part of the Burgundian tribes migrated further westward, where they may have participated in the 406 Crossing of the Rhine, after which they settled in the Rhine Valley and established the Kingdom of the Burgundians. Another part of Burgundians stayed in their previous homeland in Oder-Vistula basin and formed a contingent in Attila‘s Hunnic army by 451.[2][3]

Their name survives in the regional appellation, Burgundy.

http://en.wik

http://www.jehanne-darc.com/cms/front_content.php?idcat=31&lang=2

ipedia.org/wiki/Burgundy

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/763941

23 Jan 2015

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All UK and Ireland, Find A Grave Index, 1300s-Current results for Maxey

View Record Alice R M Maxey 16 Sep 1986 Brundall, Broadland District, Norfolk, England
View Record William H Maxey 1 Apr 2002 Brundall, Broadland District, Norfolk, England
View Record Corporal John Maxey 9 May 1940 Englefield Green, Runnymede Borough, Surrey, England
View Record Charles Maxey 1867 13 Jun 1941 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Eliza Millicent Maxey 1862 6 Feb 1951 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Elizabeth Maxey 1873 14 Oct 1948 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Alice Elizabeth Maxey 1897 18 Aug 1988 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Cecil William Maxey 1895 24 Jan 1983 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Charles Frank Maxey 1897 22 Mar 1914 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Gertrude ConstanceMaxey 1900 15 Jan 1978 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Harold Maxey 1900 15 Feb 1969 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Infant Maxey 1871 May 1871 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Kathleen Mary Maxey 1904 23 Dec 1904 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Mary Ann Maxey 1834 29 Jun 1911 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record William Henry Maxey 1834 29 Oct 1915 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record William Henry Maxey 1862 4 Aug 1937 Sleaford, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Gunner Horace H Maxey 5 Apr 1918 Lincoln, City of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
View Record Vera Winifred Maxey 3 Aug 1952 Rossington, Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England
View Record Randolph Maxey 16 Jul 1637 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Mary Maxey 25 Apr 1628 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Frances Maxey 25 Nov 1639 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Elizabeth Maxey 30 Nov 1639 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Robert Maxey 8 Jan 1640 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Rifleman Albert EdwardMaxey 30 Mar 1917 East Finchley, London Borough of Barnet, Greater London, England
View Record Private George G Maxey 10 Jan 1917 Bedford, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Horace Maxey 1910 12 Feb 1944 Grantham, South Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England
View Record J A Maxey 1950 Canvey Island, Castle Point Borough, Essex, England
View Record Jacob Maxey 15 Dec 1686 5 Jul 1710 Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdonshire District, Cambridgeshire, England
View Record Thomas Barrie Meeks 7 Sep 1986 Kirby Muxloe, Blaby District, Leicestershire, England
View Record Gregory Burton Meeks 6 Mar 1984 Kirby Muxloe, Blaby District, Leicestershire, England
View Record Pvt Bert Meeks 9 Feb 1945 Tylers Green, Wycombe District, Buckinghamshire, England
View Record 2Lt Pat Meeks 24 Oct 1942 Coton, South Cambridgeshire District, Cambridgeshire, England
View Record S1c William Joseph Mix 11 Apr 1943 Coton, South Cambridgeshire District, Cambridgeshire, England
View Record Cook Ernest E Meeks 19 Oct 1943 London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Greater London, England
View Record Fireman and Trimmer James W Meeks 13 Oct 1942 London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Greater London, England
View Record Pilot Officer Reginald Mix 28 Apr 1943 Englefield Green, Runnymede Borough, Surrey, England
View Record John Max 5 Jan 1941 Cloghjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland
View Record John Max 13 Dec 1967 Cloghjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland
View Record Margaret Max 29 Sep 1977 Cloghjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland
View Record Teresa Max 17 Apr 1936 Cloghjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland
View Record Teresa Max 17 Aug 1955 Cloghjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland
View Record Bridget Max 8 Dec 1987 Cloghjordan, County Tipperary, Ireland
View Record Mary Meeks 15 Feb 1861 Gamlingay, South Cambridgeshire District, Cambridgeshire, England
View Record Gerald Christopher Meeks 17 Mar 1947 Whitton, Shropshire Unitary Authority, Shropshire, England
View Record Henry Meeks 1 Nov 1840 17 Nov 1897 Gamlingay, South Cambridgeshire District, Cambridgeshire, England
View Record Mary Selina Maxa 1898 1991 Staplehurst, Maidstone Borough, Kent, England
View Record Corp Meeks 9 Sep 1946 Nottingham, Nottingham Unitary Authority, Nottinghamshire, England
View Record Alice Maxie 27 Oct 1598 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Frances Maxy 12 Mar 1699 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Thomas Maxy 1 Aug 1704 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Benjamin Maxy 22 Jul 1699 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Peter Max 1967 Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland
View Record John Maxy 2 Oct 1664 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Thomas Maxy 5 Mar 1667 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England
View Record Robert Maxy 2 Aug 1673 Thurleigh, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England

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Diocese of London

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34143 Maxey’s New Instruction of Plowing, sewed, is 6d 1601

Book entry for Edward Maxey 1588

Sir Thomas Tresame to Edward Maxey servant to Sir Francis Walsingham Principal Secretary of State 1588 May 30 Bugden Yours of the 16th of this present I have received and according to your request hasten my answer to you Your Master his honourable dealing with me I cannot in any wise misdoubt who dealeth true honourably and justly with all persons Very glad am I to have my cause wielded by his honour who knoweth my poor and deep distressed estate and how difficult it is for any in same predicament with me to take up money to pay debts withal It cannot be unknown to his honour how it standeth upon my undoing should I fail in half yearly payment of such great sums of money as by a late statute I am bounden to pay into her Majesty’s Exchequer The principal debt due from Baull is 400 to which value he had fat cattle of such price as was every man’s money I have sold the like since for greater prices and shorter days of payment though wools wonderfully fallen almost half in half money generally more scant by much and myself in most need and want To conclude I am bound to pay 300 into the Exchequer at the end of Michaelmas term next and 300 more in Michaelmas 1589 If Mr Secretary will discharge me of one of these two bonds and pay me 1001 at Michaelmas 1590 I will discharge Ball’s bonds or assign them to such as his honour shall nominate if the Exchequer will permit of such course these bonds being assigned over to her Majesty’s use Draft 3 pp Underwritten Directions by Sir Thomas to one of his servants to copy out the above in a small hand because the letter is long and is like to come to Mr Secretary’s perusing

Sir Thomas Tresame to Edward Maxey servant to Sir Francis Walsingham Principal Secretary to her Majesty 1588 June 29 Buckden The solicitor of my law causes has delivered me your letter concerning Bawll’s debts Where you offer me as good composition as the residue hath I thank you but to help me thereto I will give you 40 One of the two parties mentioned by you is Mr Spencer my countryman whose debts like mine were for fat cattle and not for usury as the other creditors were How Mr Massham Mr Cooke Mr Tempeste my cousin Throkmorton Mrs Hoolte the widow are paid you well know so do I and all since his bankrowting I see no reason Mr Maxey why I should be worse dealt with that have deserved best and worst may bear it The rest of the letter contains divers proposals for arranging a composition Draft l pp Edward Maxey to Sir Thomas Tresham 1588 July 4 Cheswike I have received your letter with your commendable opinion of that honourable magistrate my master in which you do well for he would have you as favourably dealt with as any You have the same composition as Mr Spencer freely without 40 which you offer in your letter for surely Sir Thomas my profession in the gospel bindeth my conscience to deal without rewards for so good a Christian and honourable magistrate as I serve Details about the business lp Sir Thomas Tresame to Mr Maxey 1588 July 11 Bugden Acknowledging his letter of the 4th inst and stating that what he has offered is so reasonable for Baull and so unreasonable for himself that he will rather sit down by the whole loss than yield to further As to his having as good a composition as any other he asks pardon for being of a far contrary opinion as witness Sir John Spencer’s debt and the large payments procured by his son Mr Thomas Spencer mostly

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IV. For the assessing the said Subsidies great Officers of State to appoint Commissioners. 1640
For the County of Essex
Sir William Maxey
For the Towne of Lynne Regis
Nathaniel Maxey Gentlemen.
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Henry VIII: September 1543, 26-30
Pages 115-143

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2, August-December 1543. Originally published by His Majesty’s Stationery Office, London, 1902.
Hen. VIII., 770l. Geo. Maxey (or Maxe) for works in Fayremede park, two bills, 250l.

Below the altar rails are stones for,
Stephen Leverington 1650, Seele son of Seele and Martha Maxey, 1739, 21. John Watson 1703, 75. William Smith and Lidia his wife, Dr. of John Watson, 1714, 66, she died 1701, 51. John son of Thomas and Susan Ayde 1690, Susan their Dr. 1692. Peter son of John Wigget 1681. Martha widow of Roger Gooch 1659, under rector Howlet’s stone. Seele son of Mr. John Maxey of Lyn Regis 1719, 33. Martha his Wife 1736, 51.

1543
Geo. Maxey, for works in Fayremede park, four payments, May to January, on warrant of Sir Ric. Riche, 96l.;
index info
Grevill, -e, arms: Stanford Rivers 2 (1)
Grevill, -e:
-, Lady Elizabeth (Gray), wife of Sir Edward, 1619, effigy said to be of: Waltham Holy Cross 2 (1)
-, Helena, see Maxey 3
-, Thomas, infant son of Giles, 1492, brass of: Stanford Rivers 2 (1)

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 11, 1696-1697. Originally published by His Majesty’s Stationery Office, London, 1933.
Maxey (Maxy), John, of London, merchant, petition for a non pros. against a customs forfeiture, 415.
Nathaniel, of London, merchant, permission to export bells, 329; non pros. against a customs forfeiture, 415.
December 1649: An Act for an Assessment for six Moneths, from the Five and twentieth of December, 1649, for maintenance of the Forces raised by Authority of Parliament for the Service of England and Ireland, at the rate of Ninety thousand pounds per mensem for the first three Moneths, and at the rate of Three score thousand pounds for the last three Moneths.
Nathaniel Maxey

Historical Monuments in Middlesex
Barker:
-, Ann (Stoughton), wife first of Richard Maxey and second of William Barker, 1607, monument, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.
1620 Sept 30 Grant to John Mawre servant to Thos Deny of 4s per diem during the life of the said Deny and of 2s per diem should he survive him Docquet

1620
years Grant p June 6 Grant to Nath Maxey on surrender of Matt Clarke of the office of Searcher in the port of Lynn Docquet

On 19th August, 1673, James Burbidge Maxey settled (fn. 156) upon his wife “all that messuage called . . . the Golden Bull, as it is now severed and divided into severall tenements, and all houses, edifices, etc.,” having a frontage of 77 feet to Hoxton Street, and 110 feet to the “highway leading from Shoreditch church to Kingsland,” and a length of 684 feet, abutting north upon a lane called Haddon Lane (fn. 157) and south on land belonging to Shoreditch parish.

NAME: Ray Maxey
EVENT TYPE: Marriage
MARRIAGE DATE: 9 Oct 1673
PARISH: Blandford St Mary, Dorset, England
SPOUSE’S NAME: Guine
John Maxe/Maxey 1520 – 1536 After education at Cambridge he had entered the Premonstratensian order at Welbeck where he became Abbot by 1512. He was also Abbot of Titchfield, Hants., and of Langley, Norfolk and Bishop of Elphin in Ireland from 1525 to his death in 1536. He was the elder brother of Laurence Maxe who lived at Manor Farm.

Maxey, John 1456-1460 scholar in arts-Oxford (England)- Oxford- F 262. 88

Maxey, Peter 1479 bachelor of canon law-Oxford (England) F 262. 89

Elected to Cambridge A.D. 1577
Elected to Oxford, A.d. 1599. Edmund Gunter1 William Maxey *.
5 Apr 1606 with the Wardens, entered by clement Knight. Probably not in STC. A semon preached at the Court, by Master Anthony Maxey.
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Governors, later Aldermen, from 1573
The Prebend of Halloughton, NottighamShire, England 1520
The revenues for this prebend came from a tithe of the lands of Halloughton. It was founded ca. 1160 by Roger, Archbishop of York.
The Prebendaries of Halloughton
John Maxe (or Maxey) 1520 – 15361587-8 George Barthorpe (d. 1593), William Maxey (res. 1597), Philip Wade (res. 1608)

William Maxey (or Maxie) was Vicar of Thornbury 1624 – 1657. We also note that the Clergy of the Church of England Database calls him “Gulielmus Mavey.”
Max, alias Maxey, John, abbat of Welbeck
and bishop of Elphin, 530.

59 JOHN MAX or Maxet was educated in this university but it does not appear whether he took any degree He entered the Fremonstratensian order and was elected abbat of Welbeck but at what time has not been ascertained although he held the office in 1512 when under a papal bull confirmed by royal charter that monastery was made the head house of the order in England and the english and welsh Premonstratensiana were freed from subjection to the mother house in France By the same charter abbat Max was constituted one of the king’s chaplains With the abbey of Welbeck he held in commendam the bishopric of Elphin and the abbey of Tichfield Hampshire but there is great uncertainty as to the period when he obtained these preferments On 26 Nov 1520 he became prebend of Halloughton in the church of Southwell It is also said that he held a prebend in the church of York We believe that he is the John abbat of Tichfield who in the convocation of 1533 touching the king’s divorce from Catharine of Arragon appeared in person and as proxy for thirteen other abbats of his order His death occurred shortly before 15 Sept 1536 To him Matthew Makkarell abbat of Barlings dedicated his Sermones Domini cales Paris 4to 1520 Therein he alludes to bishop Max’s having studied here There is in print a letter from John Elphin and commendator of Wel beck to Thomas Cromwell dated from Welbeck 2 Nov 1535 P Cole’s A then Cantab Ware’s Bishops 633 Cotton’s Fasti iv 114 Ie Neve’s Fasti iii 424 Wright’s Mon Letters 83 Rymer xiii 338 Dogdale’s Monast ed Caley vi 872 Fiddes’s Wolsey Collect 197 101
The Maxey family in America:
Uincage i Sm William Humphreys knt an alderman of the city of London served the office of sheriff in 176 1 when Queen Anne conferred upon him the honour of knighthood and was lord mayor in the hrst year of Gcorge 1 when having had the honour of entertaining the king and queen at Guildhall he was in consequence created a Baronet 30th November 1714 Sir William m firBt Margaret daughter of William Wintour esq of Dymock in the county of Gloucester and grandaughter of Sir William Maxey of BradweU Hall Essex and had by her an only surviving child Orlando his heir He m secondly Kllen relict of Robert Lancashire of London merchant but had no other issue Sir William who sate in parliament for Marlborough d in October 1735 and was s by his son n Sir Orlando Humphreys who m Ellen daughter and co heir of the above mentioned Robert Lancashire by whom he left no male issue at his decease 14th June 1737 when the Baronetcy became EXTINCT

MAXEY Anne of Bradwell Hall Essex spinster Admon w Will 64 Fairfax May 11 to sister Eliz Barker NE This Grant revoked and Admon tai granted July 2 1650 to mother Dame Helen Maxby now wife of John Spencer Esq h 1
MAXEY William of East Bergholt Suffolk Will 1 14 Fairfax pr July 5 by sons William and John 466 Anno 1649 Probate J ci

PREMONSTRATENSIANS
John Maxey abb. Welbeck Eliphin 1525-1536
We are the Canons Regular of Prémontré, also known as the Premonstratensians, Norbertines, or White Canons (in the British Isles). We are a group of Roman Catholic priests, brothers and sisters. Our Order was founded by St. Norbert in the early 12th century, at the dawn of the great reform movement of the high middle ages in western Europe.

Abbots of Welbeck Abbey
John Maxey, 1520, died 1536
73 Harvey May MAXEY Marv wife of William Maxev of East Bergholt Suffolk Will 159 Harvey pr Oct 10 by bros Laurence and Wm Britton MAY Robert of Hutton Somerset gent
OF CORPUS CHRISTI common HISTORY
County York Adm 1635 1583 1660 1701 1552 1552 1569 1618 Mauliverar 1Villiam Mawde William Mawlton William M WS0N M TTH us Maxey sen Maxey jun Maxey Mr 1 May Lamech May Degree 1586 1663 1725 pp UP 1622 PP

1597
Maxie or Maxey, Edward, customer of Portsmouth, 72.
letter from, 118.

Jonathan Maxey only son of Thomas stationer b in Mary Mounthaw 30 April 1649 James Raynie second son of John dealer b in the Tower

Close Rolls, Henry VI: November 1436
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 3, 1435-1441
Amondesham, William Maxey clerk and John Dudley chaplain any issues thereof
Lists of Officers
A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 6, the Borough and Liberties of Beverley

Maxey (res. 1597), Philip Wade (res. 1608) 1591-2 John Elley (res. 1595), … 1595-6 William Maxey 1596-7 Peter Pape 1597-8 Robert Clarke 1598-9 Robert