Anthony Maxey


photo from inside the church window is a very close duplicate of ancient pottery found in maxey, england.
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copy edit photo page for anthony maxey home….how do i find a copy of anthonys son general william maxey? research previos owners before home burned. 

Essex review, Volumes 10-12

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MUST READ INSERT LINK AND RESEARCH MR BRUNWIN THE LAST OWNER OF THE ANTHONY MAXEY HOME.

https://makeseye.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/essex_review.pdf

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BRADWELL-NEXT-COGGESHALL, a parish in Braintree district, Essex; on the river Blackwater, 2 miles W of Coggeshall, and 4 E by S of Braintree r. station. Post Town, Coggeshall, under Kelvedon. Acres, 1,161. Real property, £2,058. Pop., 273. Houses, 67. The property is divided among a few. The manor belonged formerly to the Maxeys. The parish is a resort of sportsmen. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Rochester. Value, £258.* Patron, M. P.Brunwin, Esq. The church contains monuments of the Maxeys; and is good. Charities, £25.

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The Parish of Bradwell

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Bradwell Juxta Coggeshall

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Coordinates51.8784°N 0.6281°E

Bradwell
Bradwell is located in Essex

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Civil parish Bradwell Juxta Coggeshall
District Braintree
Shire county Essex
Region East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town BRAINTREE
Postcode district CM77
Dialling code 01376
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Bradwell Juxta Coggeshall is a village and civil parish in EssexEngland. It is located on the River Blackwater, approximately 5 km (3.1 mi) east of Braintree and is 19 km (12 mi) north-northeast from the county town of Chelmsford. The village is in the district and parliamentary constituency of Braintree. The parish is part of the Blackwater parish cluster.[1]

The name can be confused with Bradwell-on-Sea, also in Essex, which is often abbreviated to just Bradwell. The name derives from Old English meaning broad well. To this day there is a spring a few metres north of the modern manor house of Bradwell Hall near to Holy Trinity Church. In the Middle Ages, this spring fed an overshot mill. Remains of the last mill on the site can still be seen in the overgrown surroundings of the millpool.

Bradwell Juxta Coggeshall, to give the full parish name, is a dispersed village. There is no good evidence that the village was ever nucleated around the church. The modern village, on the A120 between Braintree and Coggeshall, is the former hamlet of Blackwater (also once known as Blackwater Green) by which name it was known into the twentieth century.

There is evidence for settlement in Bradwell as far back as the late Mesolithic period. There are crop marks and some funerary remains attesting to Bronze Age settlers; excavations in the 1970s uncovered a large Iron Age ditch. One other probably Iron Age site remains unexcavated. Bradwell’s prehistory is mostly unexplored.

Of Roman settlement there is scant evidence. Scattered building remains in one field to the east of the church suggest a farmstead, and Roman coins and pottery have occurred sporadically. The Romans did, however, build the road now known as the A120, running from Colchester to St Albans. In the 1850s the rebuilding of the bridge over the River Blackwater found Roman remains, including a horseshoe. The whereabouts of these remains is uncertain.

Before about 1140, the signs of Bradwell either in the historic or the archaeological record are small. There is one piece of evidence: a late Saxon document lists the estate of Glazenwood in Bradwell. The estate, perhaps little changed, remains. Bradwell, however, does not occur in Domesday although there is evidence to suggest that its entry is linked with that of nearby Kelvedon.

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anthony son of william grandson of john….

the register of essex

click view book

http://www.archive.org/details/visitationsofess1314metc

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http://www.archive.org/stream/visitationsofess1314metc#page/74/mode/2up/search/maxey

grandchildren of anthiny and dorathey

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THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES PROB 11/70, ff. 154-7

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http://www.oxford-shakespeare.com/Probate/PROB_11-70_ff_154-7.pdf

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Fenland notes and queries: A quarterly antiquarian journal for the …, Volume 3

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The new British traveller

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The visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634 : to which are added miscellaneous Essex pedigrees from various Harleian manuscripts, and an appendix containing Berry’s Essex pedigrees v.14

The visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634. To which are added Miscellaneous Essex pedigrees from various Harleian manuscripts
and an appendix containing Berry’s Essex pedigrees
Ed. with and index of names, by Walter C. Metcalfe.

Published 1878 by Mitchell and Hughes in London .
Written in English.

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monument to anthinys aunt wife of uncle george?

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Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society

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Anthony Maxey

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  (Redirected from Anthony Maxley)

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.

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  1. ^ Welch, Alumni Westmon. ed. 1852, p. 54
  2. ^ College Admission Register
  3. ^ Venn, J.; Venn, J. A., eds (1922–1958). “Maxey, Anthony“. Alumni Cantabrigienses (10 vols) (online ed.). Cambridge University Press.
  4. ^ Le Neve, Fasti, ed. Hardy, iii. 375
  5. ^ letter in Tanner MS. cclxxxiii. 195
  6. ^ Cal. State Papers, Dom. 1611-18, p. 532
  7. ^ 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.)

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MAXEY, ANTHONY (d. 1618), dean of Windsor, apparently a native of Essex, was educated on the foundation at Westminster School (Welch, Alumni Westmon. ed. 1852, p. 54), whence he was elected to Trinity College, Cambridge, on 18 April 1578 (College Admission Register), and graduated B.A. in 1581, M.A. in 1585, B.D. in 1594, and D.D. in 1608 (University Register), 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 (Le Neve, Fasti, ed. Hardy, iii. 375). Maxey was a simonist of the first water. He offered money to Sir Henry Hobart [q. v.] for preferment (letter in Tanner MS. cclxxxiii. 195), and two months before his death made the highest bid for the vacant see of Norwich (Cal. State Papers, Dom. 1611-18, p. 532). 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 (will registered in P. C. C. 47, Meade).

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.

[Information from J. Willis Clark, esq., and William White, esq.; Cole MS. xlv. 295; Cat. of Books in Brit. Mus. to 1640; Hackman’s Cat. of Tanner MSS. p. 1022; Cat. of Harsnett Library, Colchester, p. 110.]

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Simony

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Simony

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For other uses, see Simony (disambiguation).

Dante speaks to Pope Nicholas III, committed to the Inferno for his simony, in Gustave Doré‘s wood engraving, 1861. (portrait of theThird Bolgia of the Eighth Circle of Hell)

Abbot practising simony (France, 12th century)

Simony (pron. [ˈsaɪ.mə.niː] or [ˈsɪ.mə.niː]) is the act of paying for sacraments and consequently for holy offices or for positions in the hierarchy of a church, named after Simon Magus (Also, Simon the Sorcerer), who appears in the Acts of the Apostles 8:9-24. Simon Magus offers the disciples of JesusPeter and John, payment so that anyone on whom he would place his hands would receive the power of the Holy Spirit. This is the origin of the term simony;[1] but, it also extends to other forms of trafficking for money in “spiritual things”.[2][3] Simony was also one of the important issues during the Investiture Controversy.

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The Church of England also struggled with the practice after its separation from Rome. While English law recognized simony as an offence,[4] it treated it as merely an ecclesiastical matter, rather than a crime, for which the punishment was forfeiture of the office or any advantage from the offence and severance of any patronage relationship with the person who bestowed the office. The cases of Bishop of St. David’s Thomas Watson in 1699[5] and of Dean of York William Cockburn in 1841 were particularly notable.[6]

As of 2011, simony remains an offence.[3][7] An unlawfully bestowed office can be declared void by the Crown, and the offender can be disabled from making future appointments and fined up to £1000.[8] Clergy are no longer required to make a declaration as to simony on ordination but offences are now likely to be dealt with under the Clergy Discipline Measure 2003,[9] r.8.[7]

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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 vicissitudes 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 mentioned as having married some six generations above that year “Emelyne daughter and heir to . . . Aunger … of Essex, whose arms, Erm1ne a griffin saegrent per /esse or and az, are quartered on the fine monument to Anthony Maxey (1624) in Bradwell Church.

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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

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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-1107103-144724/unrestricted/Hankins_dis.pdf

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RUNWELL.

Runwell is a rectory, valued in the king’s books at £13 per annum, of which the yearly tenths are fixed at £1 6s. The church is a regular structure, comprising a nave, chancel, and two aisles, with a square tower containing four bells.

In the chancel is the following inscription in old English characters :—

Here doe lie Ewstace Sulyard, Esquier, and Margarett Ayloff, sometime his wyfe, who had to her first husbande Gregory Ballet, Esquier, by whome she had yssue Dorothie, her only daughter and heyer, and now wyfe unto Anthonie Maxey, Esquier; and to her second husband she had the sayd Ewstace Sulyard, between whome they had yssue Edward Sulyard, Esquier, their sonnc and heyer, and Mary, Margaret, Jane, Anne, and Bridget, their daughters ; and to her thirde and last husbande she had William AyloflT, of Brittens, Esquier, by whome she had no yssue; which said Ewstace Sulyard died in Febraarie, in the first yeare of King Edwarde the Sixte, and the said Margaret died the fifte of Februarie in the ix and twentyeth yeare of our soueragne queene Elizabeth.

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John Butler, of Thoby Priory, Mountnessing. He married Mar}-, widow

of Leonard Berners, of Thoby. Thomas Coleshill, of Chigwell. His daughter and co-heir married Sir

Edward Stanhope, Kt., Eustace Clovill, of Clovill’s Hall, Hanningfield, married Jane, daughter

of Sir Percival Hart. Died 1589. Edward Suliard, of Runwell, afterwards knighted. Died June 5, 1610. John Wiseman, of Great Canfield, died Oct. 17, 1602. His grandson

was created a Baronet 1628. Robert Clerk, of Good Easter and Pleshy, afterwards Knighted, a Baron

of the Exchequer. Died 1606. Christopher Chibborn, of Messing. He married a daughter of Anthony

Maxey, of Broadwell, and died April 7, 1606. Anthony Maxey, of Bradwell Juxta, Coggeshall, which he acquired by

his marriage with Dorothv, widow of Robert Borham, of

Bradwell. Died 1592.

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Sir Henry Appleton; or, Essex during the Great rebellion

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BRUCE OP KINNAIRD.

CUMMINS-BRUCE, CHAELK3-LENKOX, Esq. of Kin

naird, co. Stirling, ra. 1820, Mary- Elizabeth, only dau

of James Bruce, Esq. of Kinnaird, and grand-dau. o

James Brace, the Abyssinian traveller, and has a dau.

Eiizabetu-mabt, m. 22 April, 1841, to the Earl of Elgin

and d. 1S43, leaving a dau.. Lady Elma Bruce, To. 1864, to

the Hon. Thomas-Horell Thurlow.

Major Cumtning-Bruce, whose patronymic is Cum Ming, and who is brother of the late Sir William Cumming-Gordon, Bart, of Altyre and Gordonstown, nssnmed the additional surname of Bruce on his marriage. He formerly sat in Parliament for Inverness, ‘and subsequently for Elginshire.

iLllir.T tjr, -l li” Bruces of Kinnaird were a scion of tho great northern house of Bruce of Airth, denying from Robert Bum, of Kinnaird. n Presbyterian minister, who was 2nd «on of Sir Alexander Bruce, of Airth, by Janet his wife, dau. of Alexander, 5th Lord Livingston, who d. about 1553. The male line continued until the decease of Alexandeb Bruce, of Kinnaird, whose dau. and heiress, Helen Bkoce, of Kinnaird, >u. David Hay, of Woodcockdale, and had a son and successor,

David Bbuce. of Kinnaird, who m. a dau. of James Graham, Esq. of Airth, dean of the Kneulty of Advocates, and judge of the High Conrt of Admirally in Scotland, by whom (who rf. Nov. 1733) he left at his decease, a son and successor,

James Bbcce, of Kinnaird, the celebrated traveller, and explorer of the Nile, b. 14 Dec. 1730; who m. 1st, 1754, Miss Allan, who d. shortly after; and 2ndly, 20 May, 1776, Mary, dau. of Thomas Dundas, Esq. of Fingask, by whom he had two eons and a dan. He d. 27 April, 1794, and was i. by his son, James Bur-el, of Kinnaird, whose dau. and heir, Mabt-elizaBeth, m. Chables-leshox Cumhino, Esq.

Arms— Or, a saltier and chief, gu., the last charged with a mallet, of the 8eld. Scati— Kinnaird, Falkirk: and Dunphail, Torres.

KNIGHT-BRUCE OF ROEHAMPTON
PRIORY.

Knisht-bbuce, Lewis-bhuce, Esq. of Roehauipton Priory, co. Surrey, and of Farelawn, Sunbury, Middlesex, B.A. Oxford, J.P. Surrey and Middlesex,m. Caroline, only dau. of Thomas Newte, Esq. of Tidcoinbe, co. Devon, and has issue,

I. GEOBCE-WTNDBAW-IlAMILTOX-KsiOHT.

II. Kobert-Ilaatings-Knight.

Hi. Lewis- James Comyn-K night. :. Fanny.

Mr. Knight-Bruce, who was educated nt Eton, and JJaliol College, Oxford, *. his father in the estate of Roetiampton 1866.

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BRUCE OP DUFFRYN. Bbuce, Eight Hon. Henby-Austin, M.P., Secretary of State for the Home Department. (See Pbtce.)

BRUCE OF MILTOWN CASTLE. Bbuce, Jonathan, Esq. of Miltown Castle, co» 2ork, b. 18 Aug. 1819; m, 27 July, 1865, Annieiophia Hussey, dan. of Thomas Hiissey de Burgh, ate capt. 61st regt, and great-grand-dau. of the late ~liief Baron Hussey Burgh, and has issue, i. Georoe-evaxs, 4.15 Nov. 1867. i. Kate.

itiliraffC.—This is a branch of the great Scottish house of Buce. Alexander Bruce, 2nd son of Sir Andrew Bruce, uf arlihall, co. Fife (who was lineally descended from Sir Eobcrt ruce, 1st Baron of Clackmannan), by Helen his wife, Uau. oi atrick, 7th Lord Gray, took an active part as a royalist in he cause of King Charles I. In 1651, he was made a prisoner t the battle of Worcester, and suffered two years’ imprisonnent. “As soon as this Alexander obtained his liberty ” (we re quoting from Sir Eobert Douglas’s Baronage of Scotland), he m. Mary, only dau. of Capt. Brooks, commander of the Swallow’ sloop of war, and niece of Jonathan Saul, Esq., an ri«h gentleman, then residing in London, who had been very nd to him, both during his confinement and afterwards. In C54, he retired to Ireland with his lady, and settled at Bandon, that kingdom, where he d. some years thereafter, leaving sue a finn.” This son,

S.utl Brdce, was twiceprovost of Bandon, and lived in great endship and intimacy with Sir Richard Cox, lord chancellor Ireland, Judge Bernard. >tc. He m. Mary, dau of Mr. Hycc, urgess of Bandon, and hud issue, Saul.whu d. unm.; Jonathan, whom presently; Charles; and David. The 2nd son, The Vert Bev. Jonathan Bbuce, dean of Kilfenora, m. ary, dau. of Rev. Lewis Prytherich, and had issue, I. Lewis, I)., vicsr of ri.iinham, in Essex, and preacher of II.M.’i

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S, William-pknbuddocke, Esq Of Seend, Melksham, Wilts, i. 1836 ; *. 1856.

Itntilffr.— The family of Ludlow is of ancient standing in Wilts, and numbers amongst its members the Republican Gen Ludlow, whose estates were forfeited at the Restoration. Thi late

Wii.liah-heai.d LcDLow-BacGEs, Esq. of Seend, J.P. and D.L., b. 1796, assumed the name of Bruges, 1835, on succeeding to the property of his maternal great-uncle, Thomas Bruges Fsq. of Seend. He was M.P. for Bath and Devizes, chairman ol Quarter Sessions for .Nurih Wllta, and recorder of Devizes

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BBTJNWIN OF BRADWELL.

Bbunwin, Milbourite-peteb-cabteb, Esq. of Park House, Bradwell, co. Essex, b.3 Aug. 1814; *. his father 20 Nov. 1839.

iLiltea<je.—Antony Maxey, Esq. of Great Saling Hall, Essex (descended from the ancient family of Maxey,originally of Cheshire, and of Maxey Castle, co. Northampton), in. Dorothy, widow of Robert Bonham, Esq., and dau. and heiress of Gregory Basset, Esq. of Bradwell Hall, son of John Basset, Esq. of Bradwell Hall, Essex, by Catherine Andrews, his wife, niece of Sir John llende, of Bradwell. At his marriage, Antony Maxey removed from Great Saling, and made Uradwell his residence. His issue were, Sir Henry Maxey, Knt., high sheriff of Essex 1607,d. s. p. 22 Oct. 1624; Sib William Maxey; Dorothy, m. to Sir Edward Heron, one of the barons of the Exchequer; and Bridget, m. to Edward Wentworth, Esq. of Bocking Hall. Antony Maxey d. 12 Sept. 1592: his 2nd son,

Sib Win Iam Maxey, Knt., m. Helena, dau. of Sir Edwanl Greville, Knt. of Harold’s Park, Essex, by whom he had three tonsand seven daus.: the former were, i. Greville; n. Henry, who was a great royalist, and served KingCbables 1. as adjutant-general ol his horse; in. William, a traveller, who served the king in all his wars against the rebels, and was majorgeneral of his horse at the siege of Colchester: he d. 25 Jan. 1659. Sir William d. 24 July, 1645, aged 88. His wife surviving him, was m. to Capt. Spencer. She d. 2 Nov. 1659, and was buried by Sir William, in the parish church, where stands a sumptuous monument erected to their memory by Henry, their ,-rul son.

Gbeville Maxey, Esq., the eldest son, was captain of the trained bands of Essex. He d. 15 Feb. 1648. By his wife, Mildred, dau. of Sir William Cook, Knt. of Higham, Gloucestershire, he had Antony; Henry; William, d. unm.;Greville, killed at Launy, Germany; Thomas, d. at Southampton; Edward, one of the king’s life guards; Helena, wife of Thoma« Eden, F.sq. of Doreward’s Hall, Bocking: she remarried afterwards Richard Kirkeby, Esq. of Kirkeby Hall, Lancashire.

Antony Maxey, Esq., the eldest son, m. Susan, dau. of Sir William Poley, Knt. of Boxted, Suffolk, but left no surviving issue. He sold the lordships of Saling Hall and Picotn, in 1C65, to Martin Carter, Esq., but he left Bradwell Hall to his brother, Henby Maxey, Esq., who, by his wife, Sarah, dau. of Humfrey Lowe, of Jiadow, had a son, Antony Maxey, who in. Elizabeth, dau. of Martin Carter, Esq. of S.tling Hall, and had by her, John, his only son, who d. 1727. Elizabeth, the mother, d. 1728. Upon her decease, the Bradwell estate, which bad been settled upon Antony Maxey and Elizabeth his wife, and the survivor of them, and the heirs of such survivor, descended to Martin Cabter, Esq. of WHham, her nephew and heir. This Martin Carter was the eldest son of John Carter, Gent, of Braintree, who was brother to Martin Carter, Esq., the last owner of that name of Great Saling Hall. He d. 23 July, 1751. Re was twice married; but dying without surviving issue, he left Bradwell Hall to his brother, Miliiodrne Cabter, Esq. of Braintree, whose eldest son, Martin Carter, Esq, «. him: he d. 20 March, 1803. whereupon his widow, Jane, then had the estate for her life. She d. 23 Feb. 1819, when

Ann Brcnwin, eldest surviving child of Milbourne Carter, Esq., came in possession. She d. 22 Jan. 1835, and was i. by her son,

The Rev. Martin-john Brcnwin, who m. 1812, Mary-Ann Tweed, of a Suffolk family, and dying 20 Nov. 1839, left issue.

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BTJCHAS OF ATJCHMACOY.

Jahes, Esq. of Auchmacoy, co. Aberdeen,
J.P. and D.L., b. June, 1800; m. 12 June, 1833,
Helen, 2nd dau. of Garden Duff; Esq. of Hatton, co.
Aberdeen, and has issue,
i. Thomas, d. unm. 1866. i. Loo^.

Jlt’ltnitJC.—There is a tradition that the first of thii family, who is stated to have been a son of Comyn, Earl of Buchan, held the estate of Auchmacoy of that powerful family, and, notwithstanding the almost general hostility of the clan to Bobert Bbdce, adhered so faithfully to that prince that he was allowed to retain his lands, on condition of his taking a new name, and that thereupon ho chose that of Bcchan. The representative of the Buchans of Auchmacor in the 17th century,

James Bdchan. of Auchmacoy, m. Margaret, dau. of Alexander Scton, of Pitmedden, and bad four sons,Alexander, of Auchmacoy. James, who >. bis brother, and of whom presently. Thomas, who served w,th distinction in France and Holland, and was appointed by Chaxlu II col of a regiment of foot in Scotland. Subsequently he was promoted to major-general by James II., by whom he was appointed commander of the forces in Scotland, after the fall of Viscount Dundee at Killiecrankie. He d. 17*0 John,^who commanded a regiment of foot for the Fmkce or

The 2nd son,

James Bcchan, t. his elder brother, Alexander. Ho was father of

James Bdchan, of Auchmacoy, major in the service of James II., who m. a dau. of Sir John Forbes, Bart of Craigievar, and had a ton and heir,

Tiiomad Bucham, of Auchmacoy, who m. hit cousin, Nicola, dau. of Thomas Buchan, of Cairnbulg, by hit wife, the Hon. Grace Hamilton, dau. of the last Lord Bargany’ and by her was father of •’

Thomas Bucuan, of Auchmacoy, who m. Euphemla. dau of Uobcrt Turner, Esq. of Menie, co. Aberdeen, and dying 1819, left a son, the present JamesBcchak, Esq. of Auchmacojand a dau., m. to Col. Sinclair, B.A.”

Tow—Quarterly: 1st and 4th, arg., three lions’ heads, erased, two and one, sa., langued, gu., for Bcchan; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly: 1st and 4th, gu., three cinquefolls, enn.; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a galley with her sails furled, sa all within a bordure comppny, arg. and az.; the 1st charged with hearts, gu.; the 2nd with mullets, arg., being the arms of William 3rd Lord Bargany, of whom Mr. Buchan heir of line.’

Crat—A sun shining on a sun-flower full blown, ppr

Supporter*—Dexter, a heron with an eel in its beak all ppr.; sinister, an antelope, arg., collared, gu., the collar charged with three dnquefoils, erm.

Motto—Non infcriora secimi*.

Seat—Auchmacoy House, lillon, N.B.

BUCHANAN OP LENT.
See Buohakan-hamiltoit.

BUCHANAN OF HALES HALL.
Buchanan, Ret. Alexandeb-hejirt, of Hnles
Hall, co. Stafford, J.P., 4. 10 Oct.’1790; m. 15 Nov.
1819, Susanna, dau. of Nathaniel-Maxey Pattisoii,
Esq. of West House, Cheshire, and has issue,
I. Phillips, J.P., m. 1848, Loulta-Lucy, dau. of Bob«rt-
Townley Parker, Esq.,M.P., of Cuerdi’n Hall, Lancashire,
n. James-Maxey, m. Sophia, only chilil of A. Barwell,
Esq., C.S., son of U. Barwell, Etq.. of Slantlnd.

Hi. William, d. at Madeira, 1362.

iv. Alexander.

v. Clement, rf. at St. Leonard’s, Not. 1856,

I. Susan, in. to Arthur Brooke, Esq., 4th son of the late Sir

Richard Brooke, Bart, of Norton Priory, Cheshire; and

d. 1852. ii. Helen-Mary.

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COATS OF AUM3, AND MONUMENTAL JNKCRIPTIOirifS IN ESSEX CHURCHES.

No. 14, Bradwell juxta Coggethall.*—(witham Hundred).

I. On a large monument under east window:—

“Heero under lyeth Buryed ye Bodies of Anthony Maxey, Esq., of the anct familie of ye Maxies, of Maxey Castle, co. Lincoln, and of Dorothea his wife, sole dau. and heire of Gregory Basset, of Bradwell, co. Essex, Esq., desert, of the noble familie of the Bassets of the South by her he had issue three sons and three daurt. Anty his eldest ion who died an infant, Sir Henry 2nd son, and Sir Willm 3rd son, who married Helen, daur of Sir Edward Grevyle, Knt., Jane died young, Dorothea, m. to Sir Edward Heron, Knt., one of the Barons of the Exchequer, Bridget, m. to Edward Wentworth, Esq., of Booking Hall, ed co. of Essex. The said Sr Henry, m. Myldred, one of the daur. of Wm. Cooke, Esq., 2nd Son of Sir Anty Cooke, of Gyddy Hall, in ye co. of Essex, knt., by Frances hU wife, dau’ of Lord John Grey, Brother of Henry Lord Grey, Duke of Suffolk, both sons of Thos. Marquess Dorset, Lord Grey of Grooby, wh. sd Sir Henry Maxey, in reverent memory of his s* Parents hath erected this monument.”

On large shield over this monument. 1.—Gules, a fesse between, three

talbots heads erased Argent. 2.—Barry of ten on a canton Sable,

a wolf’s head erased Argent. 3.—Ermine, a griffin segreant Or. 4.—Or,

a saltier cottised gules. 5.— a fesse dancette Ermine, between

three pomegranates slipped 6.—Argent on a chevron Azure, 3

escallops of the field, on a chief of the same, a lion passant of the first.

7.—Or, three piles Gules, on a canton Argent two bars wavy

P.—Quarterly per fesse indented Argent and Gules, over all a bend Or. 9.—Ermine, on a fesse Gules, three bezants.

On small shields. 1.—Maxey, impaling Or, a chevron cheeky Argent and Gules, between three cinquefoils, for Cooke. 2.Maxey impalingQrtville, Sab. a cross Or, between 4 bezants within a border engrailed of the second. 3.—Gules, 3 herons within a border engrailed Argent, forHeron; impaling Maxey. 4.—Sable, a chevron between 3 leopards faces Or, for Wentworth; impaling Maxey.

II. On mural monument in chancel, Maxey and Greville.

Here lieth interred the body of Sr William Maxey, knt., 2nd Son of Anty Maxey, Esq., and Dame Helena Maxey, his wife, daur Of Sr Edwd Grevile, knt., of Harroldg Park, in Essex, who d. 2 Nov., 1653, by whom he had 10 children, 7 daure and 3 sons. He was a man of Joshua’s resolution, yt he and his house shd serve ye Lord, and in order therunto he did bring up all those his children to learn in their youth to fear God and honour ye King, his constant course was to call them up by fl of ye clok in the morning and causing them to demand his blessing upon their knees, and it being given them, then he heard those that cd saye, and learnd them yt cd not, ye Lords Prayer, ye Belief, and ye 10 Commandments, and then caused every one of them, one after ye other to read some of David’s Psalms, and each of them a Chapter and to give an acct what they remembered; then he retired to his closet and having spent some time in his private devotion, he appeared to discharge his public duty as Justice of ye Peace and Coram, and though most sought for Justice, yet he was most for peace, and wher by Perawationa he cd not win them to it, his Purse was ever open to buy it and blessed is y« Peacemaker. He was one that revered ye orthodox clergie of England, and dyed July 1645, in his good old age a true subject to Charles ye first, and no rebel, being 88 yr« old. His

* From ootei made September 8th, 18tB,

eldest son Greville was Capt. of one of his Majesties Train Bands in Essex, who m. Mildred Cook, daur of Sir Will. Cook, of Highnam, in Glostersheir, and died 16 Feby, 1648, and lieth buried in this chancel.

“”Wm. the 3d son served Charles the first in all his wars ag* his rebells, and was Major Genl of his horse at ye seige of Colchester, and d. 25 Jan;, 1659, and lieth buried in this Chancel. Henry his 2d son served King Charles in all his wars, and was adjutant Genl of his horse, who lived to compleat this mont for ye prepetuating of ye memory of his dear Father, and is preparing himself to laye his Body here, and his so ale to rest with his predecessors in Abraham’s bosome.”

III. On mural tablet left of east window. 1, 4.—Gules, a cross flory Or, on a chief Sable 3 round buckles of the second, Carter. 2, 3.—Gules, a chevron between three escallop shells Argent, over all two escocheons of

pretence, viz.—Or, 3 piles Gules, on a canton Argent, 2 bars wavy

and Sable, a fesse dancette Or, in chief 3 fleur-de-lis Argent.

“In this chancel are buried the remains of Martin Carter, of Witham, in this co. Esq., late Lord of this manor and Patron of this Church, by inheritance from the ano family of the Maxeys, and Ann his 2d and last wife, only daur and heires« of Wm Feake, late of Stafford, co. Stafford, Esq. He d. 23 July, 1754, in the 63 yt of hia age she d. 29 JanJ, 1756, in the 53d yr Of her age. This Monument was erected by Milbourne Carter, of Black Notley, co. Essex, Esq., out of the brotherly love and regard he had for them, in the year of our Lord 1766.”

IV. On mural tablet right of east window. Arms of Carter.

“In this Chancell lies buried Milbourne Carter, late of Black Notley, in this County, Esq., who d. 10 Aug., 1773, aged 68 yrs. His Mont was erected by Martin Carter his son, out of duty and regard he had for him in the year of our Lord, 1775.”

V. On grave stone in chancel.

“In a vault beneath are deposited the remains of Martin Carter, who d. March 21, 1803, aged 48.”

VI. On mural tablet. Arms of Carter.

In a vault eastward of this Chancel are deposited the mortals remains of the Hev. Milbourne Peter Carter, A.M., son of Milbourne Carter, late of Black Notley, (who lies buried in this Chancel) Eector of this Parish and Lord of this Manor. He was Charitable, Pious, Learned and Hospitable. He fulfilled his duties in this life as a faithful Servt of our Lord and Saviour, and having lived Beloved and respected, he died universally regretted, March 31, 1813, aged 64 y’».”

VII. Mural tablet “Sacred to the memory of Ann, widow of Layzel Brunwin, Esq., of Braintree, eldest daughter and last surviving child of the late Milbourne Carter, Esq., of Black Notley, she died January 22, 1835, aged 84, and is buried in a vault eastward of this church.”

VIII. On mural tablet, Carter impaling Argent, a saltier engrailed Gules, a chief Azure. “Sacred to the memory of Mary Ann, wife of the Eev. Martin John Brunwin, Rector of this Parish, who died September 1, 1834, aged 54, and is buried in a vault eastward of this church.”

IX. On a similar tablet adjoining, arms same as on No. 8. “Sacred to the memory of the Eev. Martin John Brunwin, Eector of this Parish, and Lord of this Manor, who died November 20, 1839, in the 63rd year of his age, and is buried in a vault eastward of this church.”

X. Arms—Azure, en a bend between 2 fleur-de-lis Or, a lion passant Gules, holding in dexter paw a fleur-de-lis Or, Nolan; impaling Carter.Supporters, 2 lions Gules. Crests.—1, a fleur-de-lis Azure, in a ducal coronet Or. 2, a demi-lion Gules, holding a fleur-de-lis Azure.

“Sacred to the Memory of the Hon. Michael Nolan, (whose mortal remains are deposited in a vault near this place) late of Bedford S<jre( London, and of Geraldstown,

00. Meath, Ireland, K.C., and Chief Justice of South Wales, a learned and skilful Lawyer, an upright and sagacious judge distinguished not less by the variety of his erudition, than hy his useful efforts to improve the system of law in England, which gives relief to the poor by the taxation of property, a sincere friend, a most affecte husbd, and of a benignity of disposition which endeared him to aE. He died deeply regretted Deer 27, 1827, in the 63d yi of his age. His widow Martha Carter Nolan, has caused this mont to be erected as a mournful tribute to the Memory of her beloved husband.”

XI. On grave stone, a chevron between three cocks. Crest—

a cock as in the arms. A long latin inscription partly hid by communion rails, for Edward Beaucock, M.D., ob. 1665.

In the churchyard I noticed a head stone to the memory of Samuel, eldest son of Samuel Pothergill, M.D., and great nephew of Dr. John Fothergill, placed there “by his widow, daughter of Samuel Curtis, of Glazenwood, in this parish, where he died October 13, 1840, in the 30th year of his age.”

In Bradwell Hall, I saw several wainscotted rooms with carved shields, bearing the Maxey arms, and the fesse dancette Ermine, between three pomegranates, and on the ceiling of the largest bedroom a shield quarterly

1, 4, Maxey. 2, 3, Ermine, a griffin segreant, impaling—1, 4, a chevron

charged with three escallop shells on a chief, a lion passant. 2, 3,

a fesse dancette between 3 pomegranates slipped.

Sorham Hall, Thaxted, Eseex. F. G. West.

QUERIES.

Civic Custom* of the City of Norwich.—'”Was not the St. George’s Company (Norwich) dissolved in 1731, and was not in the same year the first Guild Feast given by the Mayor-elect on the day of his inauguration, in lieu of the Guild breakfast given by him to the St. George’s Company, and at the same time £ 100 voted out of the Corporation funds to the Mayor, towards the expenses of such annual feast in future? From 1731 to 1835, the Mayorelect on the guild day was addressed by the school orator, on the return of the Corporation from the Cathedral, and in former times in addition, his Worship was addressed by “Speech Boys.” Can any of your readers inform me who the Speech Boys were, by whom selected, their general ages, where they made their speeches, and in what year the custom ceased ?—A Subscbibeh.

Pincked (p. 325).—In the will of Sir Anthony Cooke, mention is made of several “nests of bolles.” One of them is described as “gilte and pincked,” what is the meaning of pincked ?—V.

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The desirableness of making a complete collection of all the Monumental Inscriptions—both in church and churchyard—in the several counties included in the province of the East Anglian, has been repeatedly urged by correspondents. The utility of such a collection must be patent to all; but the difficulty and cost of procuring and of printing them, so as to make them useful to all engaged in genealogical pursuits, is so great as to deter any one individual from the effort. The difficulty may, however, be somewhat lessened, as a Correspondent suggests, if the Clergyman of every parish will either take the trouble to transcribe them himself, or get one of his young parishioners to do it for him, and transmit the copy, with his signature for authenticity, to the Editor of the East Anglian; leaving the mode and cost of publication for after arrangement. The suggestion is a good one and easy of execution, and we publish it for the consideration more especially of our clerical friends. So far as we are concerned, the project shall meet with every attention and assistance. The receipt of the transcripts shall be duly acknowledged in the East Anglian; and the inscriptions themselves be so kept previous to publication, as to be accessible to all interested inquirers. “We shall be happy to receive any suggestions.

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NOTES.

Steeple Boabds.—No. iv.—(Continued from p. 336.^

PAEISH OF ST. GILES, NORWICH.

I.

6272 Changes of Treble Bob were on Thursday, the 15th of April, 1813, Rung in this Steeple, by eight persons belonging to the Company of Ringers of the Parish of St. Peter’s of Mancroft, in this City, in four hours and seven minutes, without a Bell being out of course, or the repetition of a single change. The peal was conducted by MR. ROBERT CHESNUT, in a very ingenious manner, and for bold and regular striking was allowed by all impartial judges to be a masterly and unrivalled Performance. The Bobs were called in the Sixth Place, and not in the usual method of practising this Peal. This Board was erected by the Churchwardens and Parishioners to commemorate the Display of Science and Ability in the Art of Ringing, which was performed by the following Persons.

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ST. GILES’ NORWICH.

On Saturday, May 19th, 1827, was Rung in this Steeple by A Select company of Ringers, 6376 Changes of that very ingenious and intricate Composition Norwich double court Bob. This great task on eight Bells was perfectly Completed in the space of 3 hours and 16 minutes, without the repetition of Changes, and is only the second peal in this difficult method that ever was accomplished in this City. This Peal was composed and ably Conducted by SAMUEL THURSTON, and for bold and regular striking reflect great credit on the Company, and was rung by the following Persons.

WILLIAM MANN, 1

ELIJAH MASON, 2

JNO. GREENWOOD, 3

JNO. COLEMAN, 4

GEORGE HAMES, 6

JNO. HORNEGOLD, 6

CHARLE PAYNE, 7

SAML. THURSTON, 8

JAMES BENNETT, Esq., SHERIFF.
WILLIAM CAPON, Gent.

CHURCH WARDENS.

III.

§>i. (gilts’ forfaic^.

On March, 9th 1832, was rung a complete and true peal in this steeple comprising 6720 changes, of Oxford Treble Bob, in 3 hours and 53 minutes, the production has the peculiarity of the one hundred and twenty course-ends; it was composed and conducted respectively by Mr. Henry Hubbard, and rung by the following persons.

THOMAS HURRY, Treble
FREDERIC WATERING, 2nd
JOSHUA HURRY, 3rd

ROBERT BURRELL, 4th

Also on July 26th, 1832, was rung an excellent peal consisting of 6000 changes of that intricate double method of Oxford Bob, in the space of 3 hours and 27 minutes, conducted by Mr. Samuel Thurston, and rung by us situated in the following order.

SAMUEL THURSTON^ 6th
JAMES TRUMAN, 6th

CHARLES PAYNE, 7th

HENRY HUBBARD, Tenor.

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Date 1566 June 29 Catalogue reference DL 26/38

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

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Date 1566 June 29 Catalogue reference DL 26/38

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

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

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

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

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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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Early Records of Essex

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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FRIDAY, 3 JULY 2009

Runwell: Revd. A. Suckling. Memorials (1845)

The following is taken from Revd. Alfred Suckling’s book, ‘Memorials of the antiquities and architecture, family history and heraldry of the County of Essex’ (John Weale, London, 1845).

Runwell is a rectory, valued in the king’s books at £13 per annum, of which the yearly tenths are fixed at £1 6s. The church is a regular structure, comprising a nave, chancel, and two aisles, with a square tower containing four bells.In the chancel is the following inscription in old English characters:-1 Here doe lie Ewstace Sulyard, Esquier, and Margarett Ayloff, sometime his wyfe, who had to her first husbande Gregory Ballet, Esquier, by whome she had yssue Dorothie, her only daughter and heyer, arid now wyfe unto Anthonie Maxey, Esquier; and to her second husband she had the sayd Ewstace Sulyard, between whome they had yssue Edward Sulyard, Esquier, their sonne and heyer, and Mary, Margaret, Jane, Anne, and Bridget, their daughters; and to her thirde and last husbande she had William Ayloff; of Brittens, Esquier, by whome she had no yssue; which said Ewstace Sulyard died in Februarie, in the first yeare of King Edwarde the Sixte, and the said Margaret died the fifte of Februarie in the ix and twentyeth yeare of our soueragne queene Elizabeth.Occupying a most beautiful situation, about a mile and a half from the church stands the remains ofFLEMYNG’S HALL.
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