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2048. William BASTON

1William Baston 1664 Bampton, Oxfordshire, Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR16/1/R1/1. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton, 17 April 1664 William Baston filis Will[iam]."
This is the only William anywhere near the date required (ie 1670's). Image.

2William Bason 1720 Bampton, Oxfordshire, Burial Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR16/1/R1/3 "Book 2" original register. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton 7th April 1720.
William Bason."
(Shown as deceased in sister's 1742 Will). Image.

3Map of Oxfordshire. "
A  2006 map with Bampton, Ipsden, Checkendon & Rotherfield Greys marked." Image.

4Elizabeth Baston 1742 spinster of East Hendred, Berkshire Will & Probate, William Baston, 29 Nov 1742, Public Record Office, Kew, London, PROB 11/723 (Clerk's copy) & PROB 10/1945 1743 Feb A-G (Original). "
  In the Name of God Amen the Twenty ninth day of November in the sixteenth of the reign or our Sovereign Lord George the second King over Great Britain, France and Ireland and so forth and in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and forty two I Elizabeth Baston of East Hendred in the County of Berkshire, Spinster do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following That is to say first I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping and assuredly believing through the merits and passion of my Lord and saviour Jesus Christ to be eternally saved and to inherit everlasting glory and my body I commit to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor herein after named and concerning my worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I dispose of the same as follows.  
   First I give and bequeath unto my sister Deborah the wife of John Cook all that my half yard-lands containing by estimation ten acres be the same more or less lying in the common fields of the said East Hendred with all and every the appertenances thereunto belonging which I hold by Copy of Court Roll to hold to she my said sister Deborah Cook and to her heirs forever after.
  I give and bequeath unto my brother Thomas Baston five pounds of good and lawfull money of great Britain and also I give and bequeath unto Deborah the daughter of my said brother Thomas Baston five pounds of the lawfull money both which said five pounds to be paid so bequeathed by my Executor herein after named within a twelve month after my decease.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Thomas Baston son of my late brother William Baston all my right and interest in a messuage and appurtenances belonging to the same which said messuage and appurtenances was late in the tenure of Thomas Castle deceased who before his death did surrender the said messuage with the appurtences to my use as security for the payment of a sum of money by me left him.  To hold my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs for and during the said time that the money remains unpaid and when the said money shall be paid I give and bequeath the whole that is or shall be due to me at the time of payment to my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs forever.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin John Baston son of my late brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Francis Baston son also of him said brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money who also is son of my said brother John Baston.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Mary Woods, daughter of my said brother John Baston, five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Bennett, daughter also of my said brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Ann Baston daughter also of my brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Henry Baston son of my brother Jonathan Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin William Baston son also of my said later brother Jonathan Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto William Baston son of my late brother William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Jonathan Baston son also of my late brother William Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto John Prior son of my late sister Mary Prior five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Mary Spark daughter of my late sister Mary Prior five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath Robert son in law to John Woods and son to my said cousin Mary Woods five pounds of like lawfull money.
  All which sums of five pounds above named and bequeathed my will is that my executor herein after named shall pay the same as above given and bequeathed within a twelve month after my decease.
  All the rest of my goods and chattels of what nature or kind so ever my debts being paid and my funeral expenses discharge I give and bequeath unto my said sister Deborah the wife of John Cook whom I do make and hereby appoint the whole and sole Executor of this my last will and testament.
  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written - the mark of Elizabeth Baston - hand sealed, delivered and published and declared to be the last will and testament of Elizabeth Baston the testatrix in our presence and by us in the presence of the testatrix - Richard Champ.  Richard Houlton.  Thomas Yorke.
  The Will was proved at London the seventeenth day of February in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and forty two before the Worshipful Robert Dale Doctor of Law surrogate to the Right Worshipfull John Bettesworth also Doctor of Law Master keeper or Commissary of the prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the oath of Deborah Cook wife of John Cook the sister of the deceased and sole Executrix named in the said Will to whom was granted administration of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased being first sworn duly to administer.
  Note: As the Will was written 29th November 1742 the Probate date can't be 17th February 1742, it should be 17th February 1743 so it looks as though this court was still using the old calendar hence the discrepancy.."
   Messuage - Dwelling house with out-buildings and land assigned to its use.
Appurtenances - Belonging, appendage or accessory
. "
Mention of William Baston as late brother in Elizabeth Baston's 1742 Will.
Also I give and bequeath unto William Baston son of my late brother William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money.
Also I give and bequeath unto Jonathan Baston son also of my late brother William Baston five pounds of like lawfull money." Source Image. Citation Image.

5Bampton Market Square, Town Hall (about 1885). "
Probably hasn't changed much since William lived here in the late 1600's..". Image.

6Market Square, Bampton Village, Oxfordshire (about 1885). "
Looking towards where the Baston house was in Broad Street.". Image.

7Coat of Arms - Baston, English Origin (1), Baston surname. "
Family Coat of Arms (from Burke's General Armory) - English Origin.
Shield: Quarterly per fesse indented or and az (Gold & Blue).
Crest:
 Motto: None.
The  family name originated in Poitou, France and the surname traces its ancestral roots back to French origin."
There is also an  Arms of Cornish origin depicting 3 bats on a Silver background. Image.


1024. Thomas (Bason) BASTON

1Thomas Baston 1714 Bampton, Oxfordshire Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, ORO: PAR/16/1/R1/3. "
St Mary the Virgin, Bampton 24 May 1714.
Thomas Bason filius William.". Image.

2Thomas Basson 1757 Standlake, Oxfordshrie Burial Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR248/ & OFHS CD OXF-WIT03. "
St Giles' Church, Standlake.
7th June 1757 Thomas Basson.". Image.

3Elizabeth Baston 1742 spinster of East Hendred, Berkshire Will & Probate, Thomas Baston nephew, 29 Nov 1742, Public Record Office, Kew, London, PROB 11/723 (Clerk's copy) & PROB 10/1945 1743 Feb A-G (Original). "
  In the Name of God Amen the Twenty ninth day of November in the sixteenth of the reign or our Sovereign Lord George the second King over Great Britain, France and Ireland and so forth and in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and forty two I Elizabeth Baston of East Hendred in the County of Berkshire, Spinster do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following That is to say first I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping and assuredly believing through the merits and passion of my Lord and saviour Jesus Christ to be eternally saved and to inherit everlasting glory and my body I commit to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor herein after named and concerning my worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I dispose of the same as follows.  
   First I give and bequeath unto my sister Deborah the wife of John Cook all that my half yard-lands containing by estimation ten acres be the same more or less lying in the common fields of the said East Hendred with all and every the appertenances thereunto belonging which I hold by Copy of Court Roll to hold to she my said sister Deborah Cook and to her heirs forever after.
  I give and bequeath unto my brother Thomas Baston five pounds of good and lawfull money of great Britain and also I give and bequeath unto Deborah the daughter of my said brother Thomas Baston five pounds of the lawfull money both which said five pounds to be paid so bequeathed by my Executor herein after named within a twelve month after my decease.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Thomas Baston son of my late brother William Baston all my right and interest in a messuage and appurtenances belonging to the same which said messuage and appurtenances was late in the tenure of Thomas Castle deceased who before his death did surrender the said messuage with the appurtences to my use as security for the payment of a sum of money by me left him.  To hold my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs for and during the said time that the money remains unpaid and when the said money shall be paid I give and bequeath the whole that is or shall be due to me at the time of payment to my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs forever.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin John Baston son of my late brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Francis Baston son also of him said brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money who also is son of my said brother John Baston.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Mary Woods, daughter of my said brother John Baston, five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Bennett, daughter also of my said brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Ann Baston daughter also of my brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Henry Baston son of my brother Jonathan Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin William Baston son also of my said later brother Jonathan Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto William Baston son of my late brother William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Jonathan Baston son also of my late brother William Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto John Prior son of my late sister Mary Prior five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Mary Spark daughter of my late sister Mary Prior five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath Robert son in law to John Woods and son to my said cousin Mary Woods five pounds of like lawfull money.
  All which sums of five pounds above named and bequeathed my will is that my executor herein after named shall pay the same as above given and bequeathed within a twelve month after my decease.
  All the rest of my goods and chattels of what nature or kind so ever my debts being paid and my funeral expenses discharge I give and bequeath unto my said sister Deborah the wife of John Cook whom I do make and hereby appoint the whole and sole Executor of this my last will and testament.
  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written - the mark of Elizabeth Baston - hand sealed, delivered and published and declared to be the last will and testament of Elizabeth Baston the testatrix in our presence and by us in the presence of the testatrix - Richard Champ.  Richard Houlton.  Thomas Yorke.
  The Will was proved at London the seventeenth day of February in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and forty two before the Worshipful Robert Dale Doctor of Law surrogate to the Right Worshipfull John Bettesworth also Doctor of Law Master keeper or Commissary of the prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the oath of Deborah Cook wife of John Cook the sister of the deceased and sole Executrix named in the said Will to whom was granted administration of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased being first sworn duly to administer.
  Note: As the Will was written 29th November 1742 the Probate date can't be 17th February 1742, it should be 17th February 1743 so it looks as though this court was still using the old calendar hence the discrepancy.."
   Messuage - Dwelling house with out-buildings and land assigned to its use.
Appurtenances - Belonging, appendage or accessory
. "
Legacy to Thomas Baston nephew in Elizabeth Baston's Will.
Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Thomas Baston son of my late brother William Baston all my right and interest in a messuage and appurtenances belonging to the same which said messuage and appurtenances was late in the tenure of Thomas Castle deceased who before his death did surrender the said messuage with the appurtences to my use as security for the payment of a sum of money by me left him.  To hold my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs for and during the said time that the money remains unpaid and when the said money shall be paid I give and bequeath the whole that is or shall be due to me at the time of payment to my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs forever." Source Image. Citation Image.

4Elizabeth Baston 1742 East Hendred Will Pedigree Chart, Thomas Baston, 29 Nov 1742. "
Pedigree chart constructed from Elizabeth Baston's 1742 Will.". "
my cousin Thomas Baston son of my late brother William Baston." Image.


1024. Jonathan BASTON

1Jonathan Baston 1720 Bampton, Oxford Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR 16/1/R1/3. "
22 Jan 1720 Bampton, Oxfordshire
Jonathan s of William Baston.". Image.

2Jonathan Baston 1784 Bampton, Burial Register. "
St Mary's, Bampton, Oxfordshire.
11th June 1784, Jonathan Barston age 64."

In the History of Bampton by G A Jiles, published 1847 an entry shows a Monumental inscription for Jonathan and that he died 8th June 1787, but the year has probably been misread when transcribed as all the other records clearly state 1784.. Image.

3Elizabeth Baston 1742 spinster of East Hendred, Berkshire Will & Probate, Jonathan Baston, nephew, 29 Nov 1742, Public Record Office, Kew, London, PROB 11/723 (Clerk's copy) & PROB 10/1945 1743 Feb A-G (Original). "
  In the Name of God Amen the Twenty ninth day of November in the sixteenth of the reign or our Sovereign Lord George the second King over Great Britain, France and Ireland and so forth and in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and forty two I Elizabeth Baston of East Hendred in the County of Berkshire, Spinster do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following That is to say first I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping and assuredly believing through the merits and passion of my Lord and saviour Jesus Christ to be eternally saved and to inherit everlasting glory and my body I commit to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor herein after named and concerning my worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I dispose of the same as follows.  
   First I give and bequeath unto my sister Deborah the wife of John Cook all that my half yard-lands containing by estimation ten acres be the same more or less lying in the common fields of the said East Hendred with all and every the appertenances thereunto belonging which I hold by Copy of Court Roll to hold to she my said sister Deborah Cook and to her heirs forever after.
  I give and bequeath unto my brother Thomas Baston five pounds of good and lawfull money of great Britain and also I give and bequeath unto Deborah the daughter of my said brother Thomas Baston five pounds of the lawfull money both which said five pounds to be paid so bequeathed by my Executor herein after named within a twelve month after my decease.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Thomas Baston son of my late brother William Baston all my right and interest in a messuage and appurtenances belonging to the same which said messuage and appurtenances was late in the tenure of Thomas Castle deceased who before his death did surrender the said messuage with the appurtences to my use as security for the payment of a sum of money by me left him.  To hold my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs for and during the said time that the money remains unpaid and when the said money shall be paid I give and bequeath the whole that is or shall be due to me at the time of payment to my said cousin Thomas Baston and his heirs forever.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin John Baston son of my late brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Francis Baston son also of him said brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money who also is son of my said brother John Baston.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin Mary Woods, daughter of my said brother John Baston, five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Bennett, daughter also of my said brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Ann Baston daughter also of my brother John Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Henry Baston son of my brother Jonathan Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my cousin William Baston son also of my said later brother Jonathan Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto William Baston son of my late brother William Baston five pounds of the lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Jonathan Baston son also of my late brother William Baston five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto John Prior son of my late sister Mary Prior five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath unto Mary Spark daughter of my late sister Mary Prior five pounds of like lawfull money.
  Also I give and bequeath Robert son in law to John Woods and son to my said cousin Mary Woods five pounds of like lawfull money.
  All which sums of five pounds above named and bequeathed my will is that my executor herein after named shall pay the same as above given and bequeathed within a twelve month after my decease.
  All the rest of my goods and chattels of what nature or kind so ever my debts being paid and my funeral expenses discharge I give and bequeath unto my said sister Deborah the wife of John Cook whom I do make and hereby appoint the whole and sole Executor of this my last will and testament.
  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written - the mark of Elizabeth Baston - hand sealed, delivered and published and declared to be the last will and testament of Elizabeth Baston the testatrix in our presence and by us in the presence of the testatrix - Richard Champ.  Richard Houlton.  Thomas Yorke.
  The Will was proved at London the seventeenth day of February in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and forty two before the Worshipful Robert Dale Doctor of Law surrogate to the Right Worshipfull John Bettesworth also Doctor of Law Master keeper or Commissary of the prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the oath of Deborah Cook wife of John Cook the sister of the deceased and sole Executrix named in the said Will to whom was granted administration of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased being first sworn duly to administer.
  Note: As the Will was written 29th November 1742 the Probate date can't be 17th February 1742, it should be 17th February 1743 so it looks as though this court was still using the old calendar hence the discrepancy.."
   Messuage - Dwelling house with out-buildings and land assigned to its use.
Appurtenances - Belonging, appendage or accessory
. "
Also I give and bequeath untoJonathan Baston son also of my late brother William Baston five pounds of like lawfull money." Source Image. Citation Image.

4Elizabeth Baston 1742 East Hendred Will Pedigree Chart, Jonathan Baston, 29 Nov 1742. "
Pedigree chart constructed from Elizabeth Baston's 1742 Will.". "
Jonathan Baston son also of my late brother William Baston." Image.

5Sutton Courtney, Berkshire, All Saint's Church, Jonathan Baston, 1770. "
Where Jonathan Baston & Sarah Baker were married." Image.

6Jonathan Baston of Bampton Weald, 1777 Will & Probate, Testator, 4 Nov 177, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, W:10/1/11. "
  In the Name of God Amen, I Jonathan Baston of Weald in the parish of Bampton in the county of Oxford, Yeoman, being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding Do for the disposing of that Estate which it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with, make my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.
  And first I commend my soul to God and my Body to the earth to be buried in such decent manner as my Executrix herein after named shall think fit.
  Also I give and devise all that messuage or tenement in Weald aforesaid wherein I now dwell together with the outhouses, garden and orchard and all and singular the premises with the appurtenances except that part of the messuage or tenement and garden now occupied by my kinswoman Martha Carter and her family with the two rows of apple trees situate on the east side of the orchard which I give and devise to the said Martha Carter for and during the natural life of widowhood of my said wife which said premises I purchased of and from Walter Webb, Abraham Puddle and Richard Matcham all late of Weald aforesaid.
  Unto my beloved wife Sarah Baston for and during so much of the term or terms which I have therein as she shall happen to live and remain in widowhood and from -------- and after the decease or second marriage of my said wife whichever shall first happen, I give and devise all the aforesaid messuage, orchard and premises with the appurtenances unto my said kinswoman Martha Carter her Executor Administration and assigns for and during all the residue and remainder of my Estate term or terms and interest which shall be therein then to come and unexpired.
  Also I give and bequeath unto my kinsman John Baston, William Baston, Jonathan Baston, Edward Baston and Francis Baston sons of my late brother William Baston the sum or legacy of five shillings apiece to be paid within three months next after my decease.
  And as for and concerning all my goodes, Chattels, ready money, debts owing to me and personal estate of what nature or kind so ever which shall remain after payment of all my just debts legacies and funeral expenses, I give and bequeath the same unto my said wife Sarah Baston to and for her own separate use and benefit.
  And I do hereby make constitue and appoint my said wife sole executrix of this my last will hereby revoking all former wills by me heretofore made.
  In Witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the fourth day of November in the eighteenth year of the Reign of our sovereign Lord King George the third and in the year of our Lord God 1777.
  Signed sealed published and declared by the above named Jonathan Baston the testator as and for his last Will and Testament in our presence and in his presence and at his request attested and subscribed by us.
  Thillum?                                             Jonathan Baston.
  Elizabeth Munt
  Wm Chapman."
  Martha Carter was nee Webb and either a daughter or sister to his first wife and married a Michael Carter 29th July 1770 Bampton.  I have a suspicion that Martha Webb may have been base born to Jonathan Baston & Jane Webb and hence the importance of the bequest. Image.

7Jonathan Baston of Bampton Weald, 1777 Will & Probate, Pedigree Chart, 1777. "
created using the facts in Jonathan Baston's 1777 Will." Image.

8Jonathan Baston Will Probate 1785, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, W100.23; 10/1/11. "
  Codicil, Apr 25th 1785
  Sarah Baston Widow the relict and sole Executrix in this Will named was sworn to the truth thereof and also that the deceased effects do not amount in value to the sum of three hundred pounds.  Before me J Cox jurat.
  Probate.
  This will was proved at Oxford on the twenty fifth day of April in the year of our Lord 1785 before the Rev. John Cox, Clerk Batchelor of Law Surrogate of the Revd. Henry Ford Clerk U.A. Vicar general Offic'l Principal and Councy? of he Right Revd Father in God John by Divine permission Lord Bishop of Oxford lawfully constituted by the Oath of Sarah Baston Widow the relict and sole Executrix therein named to whom admcon was granted being first sworn duly to administer.". Image.


2050. Robert SKINNER

1Robert Skinner, 1674, Bampton, Oxfordshire, Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR 16/1/R1/2. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton, 29th October 1674.
Robert Skinner filius Robert.". Image.


1025. Robert SKINNER

1Robert Skinner 1703 Bampton, Oxfordshire Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR16/1/R1/3 "Book 2". "
St Mary's Bampton, 28 February 1703
Robert (Edward crossed through) fs Robt Skinner.". Image.

2Robert & Elizabeth Skinner 1792/1790 Bampton (History of Bampton by Rev J A Giles pub 1847), 1790/1792. "
Robert Skinner & Elizabeth his wife, he d. Jan 28 1792 ag 87, she d. Jan 9 1790 aged 87.
Beneath this stone are laid an honest pair,
Who three score years did various changes share;
Tho' Heaven decreed them in an humble state,
Yet were their lives more happy than the great,
Bluch then, ye rich, and learn from hence to know
Contentment ...... bliss below.
."


1025. Edward SKINNER

1Edward & Mary Skinner 1703 Bampton, Baptism Register, PAR 16/1/R1/3 "Book 2", 21 Apr 1703, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton, 21st April 1703.
Edward & Mary of Robert Skinner, pauper." Image.


1025. Mary SKINNER

1Edward & Mary Skinner 1703 Bampton, Baptism Register, PAR 16/1/R1/3 "Book 2", 21 Apr 1703, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton, 21st April 1703.
Edward & Mary of Robert Skinner, pauper." Image.


2240. Lawrence KNAGGS

1Lawrence Knaggs 1646 Egton to Lawrence, IGI, LDS P012101. "
Lawrence Knaggs 9 August 1646 Egton, Yorkshire to Low. Knaggs.". Image.

2Lawrence Knaggs & Katherina Sawre 1670 Whitby Marriage IGI, LDS M007741. "Laurentius Knaggs & Katherina Sawre 5 May 1670 Whitby, Yorkshire.". Image.


1120. Elizabetha KNAGGS

1Elizabetha Knaggs 1675 Whitby to Lawrence, LDS P007741. "
Elizabeth Knagges 7 February 1675 Whitby to Lawrence Knagges.". Image.

2., 2156. Image.


2304. William MAY

1William May 1671 Ninfield, Sussex Baptism Register transcript, Sussex FHG, transcript. "
St Mary's Church, Ninfield 11th February 1670/71.
William son to William & Dorothy May.".


3073. ? PEGRUM?

1., 5903. Image.


3584. Thomas HOLMAN

1Coat of Arms - Holman (www.houseofnames.com), Holman surname. "
Holman Shield: Green with a gold chevron between 3 silver arrow heads.
Holman Crest: Silver Ostrich head.
Holman Motto: None.
Spelling variations include: Hollman, Holman, Holeman and others.
  The history of the name Holman goes back to those Anglo Saxon tribes that once ruled over Britain. Such a name was given to a holy man who was a priest or friar.  The surname Holman originally derived from the old English word Hol or Hool.  First found in Worcestershire from about the time of the Norman Conquest in 1066 AD." Image.


 
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