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May 26 1636

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the Great, widow, aged 36, late the wife of Richard Wildman of the said parish deceased; at St. Faith the Virgin.

June 1 Nathaniel Axtell of Christchurch, London, vintner, alleged that Thomas Marsh of Hendon, yeoman bachelor, aged 25, intendeth to marry Sara Etheridge of the same place, maiden, aged 24, daughter of -- Etheridge of the same place, yeoman, who consents; at Hendon.

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June 10 Sampson Shotton1 [signed] of St. Stephen's Coleman Street, husbandman, bachelor, aged 26, at his own government, and Alice Hight of All Hallows the Great, maiden, aged 27, at her own disposing; at the same parish church.

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June 13 Thomas Greene [signed] of St. Martin, Outwich, clothworker, bachelor, aged 30, and Abigail Edwardes of Hackney, spinster, aged 27, at her own government; at Hackney.

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June 14 George King of St. Botolph's Algate, yeoman, aged 63, and Elizabeth Ashe of St. James Dukes Place, widow, aged 56, late the wife of Anthony Ashe of St. Mary Whitechapel deceased; at St. Gregory's.

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John Trumball of St. Olaves Silver Street, plasterer, bachelor, aged 30, and Bethia Fallwater of St. Anne's Blackfriars, maiden, aged 21, at the disposing of her mother, Elizabeth Fallwater of the said parish, widow; at St. Anne's Blackfriars.

5 Thomas King of St. Lawrence old Jewry, haberdasher, widower, aged 35, and Rebecca Walton of St. Mary Aldermanbury, maiden, aged 30, at her own dispose; at St. Mary Aldermanbury. 19 Personally appeared Richard Hutchinson [signed] of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, ironmonger, and alleged that Edward Hutchinson of Wanflet,

1This man came with his wife to Newport, Rhode Island. For an account of him see Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of N. E., and Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of R. I. H. F. W.

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Lincoln, mercer, bachelor, 24, intendeth to marry Katherine Hanbie, spinster, 21 and above, with consent of her mother Katherine Hanbie of Ipswich, Suffolk, who gives her consent; at Lawford, Essex.

Nov. 25 Robert Goodale [signed] of St. Trinity, London, wine cooper, widower, aged 33, and Sarah Barnham of Twickenham, maiden, aged 30, at her own government; at Twickenham.

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Dec. 1 John Beckett [signed] of Watford, Hefts., draper, bachelor, aged 28, and Mary Hickman of the same parish, maiden, aged 28, at her own disposing; at the parish church of Colebrooke, Middle

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10 Josiah Stanborow' [signed] of St. Giles in the Fields grocer, bachelor, aged 24 (?), and Elizabeth Whiting of the same, maiden, aged 17, at the disposing of her mother Elizabeth Whiting of the same parish widow; at St. Faith or St. Giles in the Fields.

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28 Michael Spencer2 [signed] of St. Ellen's, London, merchant, aged 21, bachelor, with consent of his father, and Mary Norton, widow, aged 24, late the wife of Edward Norton of St. George's, Surrey, deceased; at St. Faith the Virgin or St. James Dukes Place.

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30 Francis Moore of St. Antholin's, citizen and grocer,
bachelor, aged 28, and Mary White of St. Swith-
in's, aged 20, spinster, daughter of
ironmonger and citizen of London deceased, with
consent of her mother and of Richard Glover, cit-
izen and mercer of London, her grandfather, un-
der whose tuition she now is and who giveth her
a portion in marriage with said Moore; Thomas

1We had an early settler of this name in Lynn, Mass. H. F. W.
2Perhaps our New Englander of that name. H. F. W.

Jan. 30 1636-37

Marshall, notary public, allegeth consent of Richard Glover and of Priscilla White, the mother; at St. Zachary.

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Jan. 31 Thomas Bishopp of St. Sepulchre's, porter, widower aged 50, and Ellen Evlin of the same parish, widow, aged 50; at St. Faith's.

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William Hudson of St. Bride's, buttonmaker, aged 25, bachelor, and Grace Perce of St. Sepulchre's, maiden, aged 26, at her own disposing; at St. Dunstan's in the West or St. Gregory's.

Feb. 15 Richard Ouldam of Stepney, silkthroster, aged 20, bachelor, and Elizabeth Inglar of the same, maiden, aged 23, at her own disposing; at Stepney. Feb. 18 Christopher Wasse of St. Giles in the Fields, yeoman, aged 56 (?) and Mary Parker of the same parish, relict of Philip Parker, citizen and cordwainer deceased; at the same parish church.

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20 John Baker of St. Martin's Ludgate, haberdasher, bachelor, aged 28, and Susan Evans of the same parish, spinster, aged 21, with consent of her mother Evans, widow; at

Mar. 20 Edward Hunlocke2 of St. Giles, Cripplegate, cook, widower, aged 40, and Catherine Edwards of St. Olave's, Silver Street, widow, aged 30; at St. Mary Islington.

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Robert Archer of St. Michael's, Querne, glover, aged 25, bachelor, and Rose Yardley of St. Alban's, Wood Street, maiden, aged 19, with con

1 Fortunately we are enabled to give the Christian name of this widowed mother of Susan Evans. She was Mrs. Audrey Evance, widow of Mr. Hugh Evance (see her will on page 29 of Gleanings from English Records by Emmerton and Waters, published by the Essex Institute of Salem, Mass., in 1880). Mr. John Evance, the rich merchant of New Haven, Connecticut, was therefore a brother of this Mrs. Baker. H. F. W.

2This was a name that was to be found somewhat later on the N. E. records. H. F. W.

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sent of her father, Raphe Yardley1 [signed] of the same parish; at St. Alban's Wood Street. Nathaniel Willis of Isleworth,2 gent, bachelor, aged 27, and Bridget Layton of St. Mary Woolnoth, spinster, aged 23, with consent of her mother, her father deceased; at St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street.

April 4 George Fox, cooper, aged 22, bachelor, and Frances Martin, maiden, aged 30; at St. Gregory's.

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April 7 William Ware3 of St. Alban's, yeoman, bachelor, aged 21, with consent of his mother Elizabeth Ware of Barkhamsted, Herts., widow, and Elizabeth Prentice of the parish aforesaid, maiden, aged 18, at the disposing of her father John Prentice of the said parish, miller, who consents; at St. Faith's.

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April 8 John Perkins of St. Sepulchre's, carpenter, aged 40, bachelor, and Mary Groues of the same parish, relict of William Groues (Groves?) of the same, deceased, the said Mary aged 30; at St. Sepulchre's or St. Faith the Virgin.

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July 11 Thomas Walter4 [signed] of St. Michael Royal, merchant, bachelor, aged 28, and Anne Cotton of the City of London, spinster, 22, daughter of Samson Cotton, merchant, deceased, with consent of her mother; at Stepney.

This Raphe Yardley was a citizen and apothecary of London, as his will (which I have) shows. His brother Sir George Yardley was Governor of Virginia; and his will has already been published in my Gleanings, Part I, p. 30. The will of their father, Mr. Ralph Yardley, citizen and merchant tailor of London, has also been given among my notes on the parentage, etc., of John Harvard (Gleanings, Part II, pp. 189-192). Since those notes were published I have discovered other wills referring to this family. H. F. W.

"I have found that Mr. Thomas Willis, sometime of Lynn, Mass., was of Isleworth. He belonged to a younger branch of the family of Willys of Fenny Compton, of which George Willys, Esq., of Hartford, Connecticut, represented the main line. H. F. W.

3 William Ware of Boston and Dorchester had wife Elizabeth (see Savage's Genealogical Dictionary). H. F. W.

*I have his will as well as a host of others relating to the Cottons and their connections, the Juxons, the Sheafes of New England, and other allied families. H. F. W.

July 24 1637

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Isaac Foote of Stepney, seaman, aged 45, widower, and Elizabeth Barker of the same parish, widow, aged 50; at Stepney.

Aug. 21 John Wood1 of All Hallows Barking, merchant, aged 38, bachelor, and Joane Cotton, maiden, aged 19, her father deceased, with consent of her mother, Elizabeth Cotton of St. Michael Royal; as attested by John Hobby of the same parish, haberdasher; at the chapel of Hammersmith.

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Sept. 5 Edmund Carter of St. Dunstan's in the West, grocer, aged 25, bachelor, and Sara Maplett, of St. Bride's, maiden, aged 19, her father deceased, with consent of her mother Mary Maplett,2 widow, of the same parish; at St. Bride's.

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Sept. 16 George Harwood3 of St. Clement Danes, mercer, alleged that Alexander Harwood, his natural brother, a bachelor aged 30, intendeth to marry Anne Roffe, maiden, aged 20; at All Hallows the Wall, or St. Stephen's, Coleman Street.

Oct. 3 Robert Swann of Hadloe, Kent, yeoman, widower, aged 54, and Dorothy Covey, widow, aged 49; at St. Gregory's.

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Oct. 4 Robert Burchman of Alverham, Herts., mealman, aged 45, bachelor, and Cecilia King, widow, aged 50; at St. Faith the Virgin.

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Oct. 4 Robert Prince of St. Giles in the Fields, hatter, bachelor, aged 29, and Alice Claterill of the same parish, widow, aged 40; at St. Faith the Virgin or St. Mary Savoy als Strand.

Oct. 9 George Harwood4 [signed] of St. Clement Danes, mercer, aged 26, bachelor, and Elizabeth Rosse

1 His will I have. Joane Cotton was a sister of Mrs. Walters, referred to in previous note, and an aunt of Sampson Sheafe of Boston, Mass.

"Whether this was the mother of Mrs. Mary Gorton (see N. E. Hist. Gen. Reg. Vol. 44, p. 384), I cannot now tell. H. F. W.

I have note of a will of Arthur Harwood of the Island of Virginia (1642) who speaks of a legacy given to him by George Horwood and makes Alexander Harwood, citizen and mercer of London, his executor. H. F. W.

4See previous note under the marriage allegation of his brother Alexander Harwood. Note also that the two brothers probably married sisters. H. F. W.

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