TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Introduction Proposed Development Structure of Planning Statement 2 Renewable Energy Targets and Justification for Development Site and Technology Selection 3 Proposed Development Site Preparation Site Construction Operation & Maintenance Decommissioning 4 Planning Policy Framework Development Plan 5 Development Considerations Environmental Impacts 6 Conclusions Appendices Appendix 1 Document Reference Numbers Appendix 2 Main Plans, Circuits, Layouts, Structural Drawings Appendix 3 Ecological Survey Appendix 4 Flood Risk Assessment Appendix 5 Ordnance Survey Location Maps Appendix 6 Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment Appendix 7 Topographical Appendix 8 Contamination Survey Appendix 9 Glint & Glare/Highways Agency Appendix 10 Management Plan 1 Introduction Proposed Development 1.1 This planning statement has been prepared in support of a planning application for a solar photovoltaic (pv) array at Trimmers Farm, Totters Lane, Hook RG27 8HX, grid reference 474944, 154180. The installation would provide up to 10MWpeak of electrical energy directly to the national grid. Permission is sought for a period of 25 years. 1.2 The proposed development would occupy agricultural land and landfill at Trimmers Farm as in location maps Appendix 5. Allowing for gas and electrical national grid wayleaves, a working yard and drain, Public Rights of Way and hedge and wildlife protection margins, the site area proposed for development is 17.9ha. The extent and scale of the development is illustrated in the master design document Appendix 2. 1.3 Trimmers Farm is largely grass grazed by sheep, cows and horses. The owner Mr. Paul Buckland operates his business Buckland Farming and Contracting from the farm yards offering tree surgery and agricultural services involving heavy plant. 1.4 It is the intention of the owner to make a substantial contribution to renewable energy electricity generation and carbon saving through this development which would save approximately 4,300 tonnes of carbon a year and generate enough electricity to power 3,000 homes for up to 25 years.* *Source: The Solar Trade Association. Structure of Planning Statement 1.5 Section 2 of this planning statement sets out the reasoning for selecting the location for the installation of a solar pv array. 1.6 A detailed description of the proposal and the site is provided in section 3. 1.7 The Planning Policy Framework is set out in section 4 and an assessment of the proposal in this context is provided in section 5. 1.8 This planning statement has been prepared by Robert Titherley a Director of both Britsolar Limited, an MCS accredited solar pv micro generation installation company and Trimmers Solar Farm Limited, the developer. 1.9 The planning application is made on behalf of Trimmers Solar Farm Limited. Site and Technology Selection 2.1 In the interests of providing the full context to the consideration of environmental, social and economic impacts of this development we provide an outline of the process of selecting the site and the appropriate technology. This has involved a three stage process: 2.2 The first consideration is that each renewable energy technology can only be delivered where site conditions are favourable. Sites in areas with high levels of solar radiation with a gently sloping southern aspect are optimum for solar pv. The Trimmers Farm site is favourable in this respect. 2.3 The second consideration is to identify sites that would be economically viable in terms of the level of energy that could be generated and the cost of deployment including grid connection. Trimmers Farm meets these criteria for a rated capacity of 10MWp. The nearest connection point is 0.7km south of the south-west corner of the development which renders the connection cost higher than ideal. For this reason it is necessary to utilise both the east and the west field to generate the 10MW required to make the development financially viable. 2.4 The third consideration is to establish that a site is suitable for development in the context of potential impacts on the environment and the planning policy framework. The Trimmers Farm site has been identified as having little or no significant impact on the environment. 2.5 Latterly national guidance specifies that where there is significant development of agricultural land local planning authorities should seek to use poorer land quality; grades 3, 4 or 5. Greg Barker the Minister for Energy and Climate Change is now extensively on record, including on You Tube, recommending that sites of this nature should be given preference as sites for energy generation utilising solar pv. 3 Proposed Development. Overview 3.1 Trimmers Farm, Totters Lane, Hook, Hampshire, National Grid reference SU 745 541 Fields/parcels: 1318, 9019, 8602. Net of central yard, rights of way and easements the area available for the development is 17.9ha. 3.2 Much of the land is Grade 3 agricultural including inert landfill. The area has been used for grazing a dozen beef cows and some horses. In the past the east field has been used to dump rubble and hardcore. The north section of the site has been left in an untidy state with a single bank of earth rubble about 2 metres high and 20 metres long and numerous undulations of about ½ metre which would be smoothed out under this proposal. The Contamination Survey Appendix 8-1 provides more information. 3.3 The site is bounded on the north side by the London to Southampton railway line and at the south by the M3 motorway. The north-east limit of the site is 83.28 metres above sea level with the lowest point at the south-west corner at 65.56 metres. The site slopes to the south with undulation. The north boundary bordering the railway is fenced, with scrubland on the railway side of the fence. The area to the north-east is woodland known as Beggars Corner. Three gates on Totters Lane give access to the east field. Two gates give access to the west field. There is also access to the east field via Old Potbridge Lane to the north-east which joins the A30 at Phoenix Green. Old Potbridge Lane runs into a gated track at the border of Trimmers Farm which then runs to the east field via a substantial steel bridge over the railway. A public right of way maintained by the landowner runs along the boundary parallel with the motorway to the south-west corner of the east field. A public right of way to which access would be maintained runs north-south across the west field exiting at the north side through a tunnel under the railway. The boundaries with Totters Lane of both fields are hedges with drainage ditches. The landowner maintains the hedges and ditches none of which would be within the boundary of the development. 3.4 The proposal is for the erection of up to 1,670 strings of 24 x 250kWp solar photovoltaic panels mounted on metal frames for a duration of 25 years. At the end of the 25 year period, under the terms of the lease, the installation would be removed. 3.5 The panel mounting structure would measure 0.5m above ground level at the front edge rising to 1.91m at the rear with panels mounted at an angle of 30° to the horizontal resulting in an overall row depth of 2.7m. Rows would be spaced by between 8.3 and 8.5m between centres resulting in a gap between rows of 5.6m. Each row would face due south. 3.6 The mounting structure would comprise galvanised steel posts spaced at intervals depending on ground conditions. For the majority of the area the posts would be screwed into the ground, see the engineering details in Appendix2-1. Where this would not be possible owing to buried rubble an alternative anchoring method would use concrete blocks measuring 40cm wide by 40cm high by 2m long sitting on a gravel base 10cm in depth. 3.7 Generating capacity would be up to 10 megaWatts peak. The solar panel layout plan makes allowance for maintenance access under a pylon in the centre of the east field and 3 metres either side of a 1 metre wide high pressure gas pipe which runs north/south under the east field and under the railway. The top of the gas pipe is 1.5 metres below ground level. 3.8 Deployment would require the installation of 10 concrete inverter cabinets, 4 of which would be located in the west field and 2 control cabins at the south-west corner of the east field containing the equipment to convert the electricity generated to be compatible with the grid connection. The cabins would be painted dark green or grey. 3.9 The grid connection would be made to a 33kV connection point approximately 700 metres south of the site via a cable to be laid in a trench in Totters Lane. 3.10 In order to secure the site and protect the solar panel arrays from wildlife damage and vandalism it is proposed, to erect either a 2.4m high palisade fence or deer fencing, with an inward facing video security system activated by infra red sensors in the hours of darkness within the site boundaries. Camera locations are shown in Appendix2-1. 3.11 The PROW in the west field would be fenced as shown in Appendix 1-4 and maintained at 4 metres wide conforming to The Rights of Way Act 1990. 3.12 A network of internal pathways would provide access for solar farm maintenance and for maintenance of the existing gas pipe and power lines by National Grid, Scottish and Southern Electricity and Southern Gas Networks. The existing 11.5 metre wide access to the barn, yard and drain area which is accessed by the landowner would remain as is except that the present post and rail fencing would be changed for steel fencing. A margin of 4 metres would be left around the drain for maintenance access. Some internal tracks would consist of 10mm gravel so as not to impede surface water drainage and the specification is in Appendix 2-1. 3.13 None of the boundary hedging would be removed. All extant hedging and public rights of way outside the boundary fence would be maintained as specified in Appendix 10. A margin of at least 4 metres would be left between the boundary fence and the hedges. 3.14 Upon completion of the generating equipment installation sections of the site would be seeded with wild flower mix to promote the pollinator population and used to graze sheep at the owner’s discretion. It is not intended to use insecticides or synthetic fertiliser. 3.15 The Trimmers Farm area is relatively remote from residential areas being shielded by the local topography and is separated from the Bagwell Lane residential area by woodland and the M3 motorway. 3.16 Paynes Cottage, with its manège to the rear, stands on a plot at the south-west corner of the east field which is bordered by hedgerows and ditches. There would be matching appropriate hedging infill to obscure the view of the east field from the cottage. 3.17 Installing and operating the solar farm would involve four stages: A Site preparation. B Construction. C Operation and Maintenance. D Decommissioning. Site Preparation 3.18 All vehicles visiting the site would access and leave the yards and turning areas using the existing gates and tracks coming from the south via the junction of Totters Lane with the B3016. 3.19 The exposed rubble would be more evenly redistributed across the top section of the site. Excess rubble would be utilised as foundation material on site or disposed of at licensed facilities. 3.20 Both development areas would be fenced and gated by an installation team using specialised rigs to secure the site. Fencing would allow for wildlife access. 3.21 The central yard would continue to be used in its current form as a working delivery, storage and preparation area as would the hard area at the south-west corner of the east field. This is to minimise activity around Paynes Cottage and to avoid crossing the gas main wherever possible. A similar area will be set up within the perimeter fence in the west field using the south boundary track and existing gates for access. Site Construction 3.22 Mounting frames, pv panels, cabling and other materials would arrive on vans, HGVs and trucks carrying containers of up to 12m in length. The number of goods vehicles visiting the site is estimated at 160. Deliveries would be made over a four month period. It is intended to use the existing central yard and barn area as a storage and working area. 3.23 An installation team would install boundary fencing piles and ballast components. The team would assemble the mountings then fix the solar modules using clamps. The modules would be connected by underground cables running to inverter cabinets. The inverters would be linked to the sub station providing metering points and grid connections. 3.24 The cables would be laid in trenches using trenching machines. The trenches would be backfilled to protect the cables. Operation and maintenance 3.25 The solar array would be tested then linked to the grid by Scottish and Southern Electric. The development would then generate clean electricity for up to 25 years. 3.26 The installation would be monitored remotely over a telemetry link and a maintenance programme would require the site to be visited monthly by an electrical engineer and technicians for cleaning the panels. This would entail the site being accessed by a van or 4X4 which would be parked within the perimeter fences. The same would apply to ground maintenance staff for mowing and seeding. See Appendix 10. Decommissioning 3.27 At the end of the productive life of the installation the structure would be dismantled. All mountings, foundations and solar pv modules would be taken away. The number of HGVs and trucks visiting the site is estimated at 100. 3.28 Materials would be re-used or taken to a recycling or disposal centre in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013. 3.29 The site would be reinstated for agricultural use. 3.30 The likely impacts of each stage are described in Section 5 of this Planning Statement.   4 Planning Policy Framework 4.1 The Local Plan refers to Beggars corner as an area fragmented and bounded by roads (including the M3 motorway, the A30, the A323 and the B3016) and the railway line, which intrude upon its (Winchfield’s) essentially rural character. 4.2 On 2nd February 2001 a Stop Notice was served on the then occupier of Beggars Corner, Mr P. Blay, to cease works consisting of excavation and earth moving and to restore the ground level of the site to the level that existed prior to quarrying for material used to construct the M3 motorway. Most of the east field is capped rubble. The south section has been graded but the north section still needs to be tidied. An application to build a moto-cross track was granted but subsequently withdrawn. That application appears to have been granted without any of the reports e.g. inter alia contamination, visual impact, flood and ecological included with this application. 4.3 The Climate Change Act is the U.K.’s legally binding commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 80% by 2050 from a 1990 baseline. The Government expects each authority to contribute to meeting the targets and reducing the overall demand for carbon based energy. 4.4 The White Paper 2007 aims for 20% of electricity to be supplied by renewable generation by 2020. 4.5 Overall, the White Paper highlights the critical importance of security of energy supply and predicts that the U.K. will need around 30-35 gigaWatts of new electricity generation capacity in the next 20 years with around two thirds of this needed by 2020 to replace power stations and meet rising demand. 4.6 The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) sets out policy to support the development of renewable and low carbon energy by stating that local planning authorities should recognise the responsibility of all communities to contribute to energy generation from these sources. It states that local authorities should: Have a positive strategy to promote energy from renewable and low carbon sources. Design policies to maximise renewable and low carbon energy development while ensuring that adverse impacts are addressed satisfactorily, including cumulative landscape and visual impacts. Consider identifying suitable areas for renewable and low carbon energy sources, and supporting infrastructure where this would help secure the development of such sources. Support community-led initiatives for renewable and low carbon energy, including developments outside such areas being taken forward through neighbourhood planning; and identify opportunities where development can draw its energy supply from decentralised supply systems and for co-locating potential heat customers and suppliers. 4.7 Paragraph 98 states: When determining planning applications, local planning authorities should: Not require applicants for energy development to demonstrate the overall need for renewable or low carbon energy and also recognise that even small scale projects provide a valuable contribution to cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Approve the application if its impacts are, or can be made acceptable. Once suitable areas for renewable and low carbon energy have been identified in plans, local planning authorities should also expect subsequent applications for commercial scale projects outside these areas to demonstrate that the proposed location meets the criteria used in identifying suitable areas. 4.8 Saved Local Plan Policy GEN10 is the most pertinent of the saved policies which states that: GEN 10 proposals for the development of renewable energy schemes will be permitted provided that: (i) The impact of the development on the immediate and wider landscape is not significantly detrimental. (ii) The proposal does not adversely affect features and areas of ecological, historic or cultural interest. (iii) The impact of development on local land use and residential amenity is minimised both during and after construction, to the satisfaction of the local planning authority. (iv) The proposal is justified in terms of local and wider benefits. (v) The location is necessary as the particular resource can only be harnessed where it occurs. 4.9 The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) set a target for 20 gigaWatts of solar power to be installed by 2020. DECC policy however changes constantly, each year bringing what appear to be kneejerk changes. Q1 of 2014 saw 1.1GW of solar installed, predominantly large scale ground mounted solar farms. Delegates to the Large Scale Solar Conference held from 29th April to 1st May 2014 at Newark, over 10% of whom were from District Councils wanting to learn how to deal with solar farm developments, were outraged to hear news of yet another pending DECC pronouncement that large scale solar might be tinkered with in favour of small scale commercial rooftop installations. 4.10 It is clear that this latest announcement is a kneejerk reaction to the current political threat posed by UKIP augmented by sentiment stirred up by the Daily Mail and because rooftop installations, even if there were enough suitable rooftops, which there probably aren’t, bear no comparison to the economies of large scale solar ground mount systems it will be impossible to achieve 20GB by 2020 without large scale ground mount. 4.11 The proposed Hinkley Point nuclear power station will take 20 years to build – 10 years in planning and 10 years in construction and the power it will generate will be double the cost of the current solar subsidy which is subject to continuous degression until 2017. At the current construction rate the solar energy industry could build the clean energy equivalent of a Hinkley Point in 20 years. 4.12 Furthermore technology advances, particularly related to graphene, a material invented at Manchester University in which the government is investing heavily, will lead to substantial increases in solar panel efficiency and electricity storage technologies which will allow baseload renewable energy to be used round the clock. 4.13 The recently released technology report by the Inter Government Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concluded that if we are to avoid runaway climate change the only way forward is renewable energy and that the days of climate change denial are indisputably over. The only people now resisting this are the fossil fuel companies and their shareholders who have been told by the IPCC that 80% of the fossil fuel resources supporting their balance sheets can never be burned without destroying the planet. 4.14 Further evidence of the challenge, if it were needed, has been added recently by Lloyds of London who announced that they are now factoring global warming into their insurance policies because the evidence shows that for every 1° Celsius increase in ocean temperature average hurricane speeds are increasing by 10 metres per second. 4.15 There is no doubt that we are in a race to control climate change before it becomes irreversible and that the only way forward is to take advantage of the economies of scale and short installation times offered by large scale renewable energy in the form of ground-mounted solar farms. 4.16 New evidence of the seriousness of our dilemma comes to light daily, the latest at the date of this document being a formal warning of possible flash floods this summer by the U.K. Meteorological Office as of 2nd June 2014. “Serious flash flooding is set to rise in southern England, the Met Office has warned. It said climate change could mean almost five times more incidents of extreme summer rainfall with rain exceeding 28mm in one hour.” 4.17 The total UK land area is 24 million hectares. 20 gigaWatts of solar energy, using today’s technology will require 50,000 hectares – only 0.2% of Britain’s total land area which is equivalent to 5,000 houses. To put that into perspective the U.K. throws away 7 million tonnes of food a year which takes up 285,00 hectares to cultivate, 15 times the area of this proposed development. 4.18 More information including all of the documentation related to this application, plus animated video simulations can be accessed online at http://www.trimmersfarm.co.uk 5 Development Considerations Environmental Impacts 5.1 A request for a screening opinion was submitted to the Environment Agency who responded on 17th September 2013 with a letter stating that in their opinion an EIA is not required. Appendix 6. 5.2 A request for a screening opinion was submitted to Natural England who responded on 12th August 2013 with a letter stating that in their opinion and EIA is not required. Appendix 3. 5.3 Natural England commented in an email, Appendix 3, dated 17 September 2013: ‘I am not aware of significant populations of protected species’. They advised that a current ecology survey is required. Two are attached in Appendix 3. Flood Risk Assessment – Appendix 4 5.4 The fields are located in Flood Zone 1 assessed as having a less than 1 in 1,000 annual probability of river or sea flooding (<0.1%). See attached Environment Agency maps and Flood Risk Assessment. Appendix 4. 5.5 The site is bounded by the railway and the motorway both of which are approximately 3 metres below the field levels so for the site to flood from the two local rivers the railway to the north would have to go underwater. The north-east limit of the site is 83.28 metres above sea level and the lowest point at the south-west side at 65.56 metres. The nearest flood warning area boundary shown on the maps is located 375 metres to the south-west on the far (south) side of the motorway. 5.6 Springs in the east field and surface water are drained by a ditch which the landowner is responsible for maintaining. The development would allow a margin of 4 metres around the ditch for maintenance. Wildlife using the ditch would not be affected. The ditch boundary would not be fenced. 5.7 The solar arrays would have no effect on the disposition of rainwater. There would be no significant ground penetration to impede or speed up field drainage. Heritage and Archaeology 5.8 There is no record of archaeolologically significant activity. The east field has already been extensively excavated and landfilled. Cable Routes 5.9 The District Network Operator map supplied by Scottish and Southern Energy indicates that there are no cable routes in the ground. 5.9.1 The exportation line would run from the grid box cabin which would be sited at the south-west corner of the east field to a 33kV connection point 700 metres south. The line would be located in a 10cm deep trench to be cut into the surface of Totters Lane. The connection would be made by SSE according to their regulations. The cables would not cross or encroach on the existing gas pipeline easement area. 5.9.2 A cable in a trench across Totters Lane would connect the west field to the east field. 5.9.3 Totters Lane can be accessed both from the north and the south ends so if temporary restrictions were necessary during cabling, emergency services would still have access. Gas Pipe Route 5.10 A high pressure steel main gas pipe runs north/south under the ground. This was mapped electronically earlier this year and marked out temporarily with wooden stakes to facilitate the layouts for this application. The pipe run would be marked with barriers during construction to prevent plant crossing it other than at designated hardened points and there would be a supervisory gas engineer regularly on-site. 5.11 We are in possession of the ‘Deed of Grant’ which prohibits work within the easement strip together with all the regulations applicable to working near the pipe courtesy of Scotia Gas Networks with whom we would be liaising closely during construction. Watercourses 5.12 There is a system of natural springs below the east field which drain to the south. The landowner maintains the drain which is accessed from the central yard and will continue to do so. Reference 5.6 above. Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment 5.13 It is not anticipated that the development would have any significant visual impact on the environment. The site is bordered by one domestic property known as Paynes Cottage at the south-west corner of the east field which is shielded by trees and hedges – Appendix 5. 5.14 South West Trains were consulted by way of an initial telephone conversation on 5th September 2013, call reference number 1772175, requesting comments they may have but have not responded since that date. An email with an attached map was sent the same day. All of the panels point south away from the railway which is bounded by scrub and trees so visibility from the track is limited. 5.15 A representative of the Highways Agency visited the site on 14th October 2013 and followed up with a letter dated 16th October. Copies of two letters and a Glint and Glare report are attached – Appendix 9. 5.16 The proposed installation would result in a negligible change to landscape resources. The topography and woodlands of the surrounding area renders the site largely invisible from any domestic housing developments within 4 kilometres. See attached Visual Impact Assessment – Appendix 6. Cumulation with other developments 5.17 A request for a screening opinion in accordance with Regulation 5 of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2011, was made on 29th January 2014 to determine whether the erection of a solar array of a capacity up to 8MW on land between the railway and the M3 at Holt Lane Hook constitutes EIA development. The status indicated on the Hart District Council website is showing Not Available. The Application Number is 14/00231/EIAE. 5.17.1 A planning application for a 5.93MWp solar farm on land east of Taplin's Farm Lane, Winchfield was validated on 30th May 2014. The status indicated on the Hart District Council website is showing ‘Pending Consideration. The Application Number is 14/00998/MAJOR. 5.17.2 A planning application for a 4MW solar array at Potbridge Farm, RG29 1JN was made on 3rd May 2014. The Application Number is 14/01069/MAJOR. This installation would use the same connection point to the 33kV line which would be an advantage to both installations as it could reduce the combined connection cost and consequently the cost of the power generated. The production of waste 5.18 Waste produced during construction would be stored in skips and disposed of at licensed facilities. Following construction there would be no subsequent waste production. Pollution and noise. 5.19 During the installation there would be vehicle movement as the constituent components were delivered to the site. Approximately 70 container trucks plus other delivery vehicles would access the site over a 4 month period. Large vehicles would be directed to exit the M3 at Junction 5 and enter Totters Lane from the south end. 5.20 There is a requirement for some earth moving to tidy up the poor work of the waste disposal company responsible for the original landfill but this would not be excessive compared to normal farm work and land maintenance. We anticipate that it would be carried out by the landowner who runs a farming and contracting business from Trimmers Farm serving the local area. 5.21 During the fence and frame construction there would be screw piling. The distance of the work from adjacent properties is such that it would be unlikely to be particularly intrusive. 5.22 Once completed the development would not generate any noise or pollution other than that related to ground maintenance e.g. mowing and seeding. Appendix 10. The risk of accidents having in particular regards to substances or technologies 5.23 All site activities would be subject to risk assessments signed and acknowledged by all site workers. All site workers would be accredited or under the supervision of an engineer with Health and Safety accreditation for manual handling and control of substances hazardous to health. There would be a trained First Aider on-site at all times. All staff would be required to wear hard hats, Hi-Viz tabards and footwear conforming to EN345. 5.24 If diesel fuel storage was required on-site it would be stored at the central yard in a double skinned tank or small containers designed to limit the impact of any spillage. An industrial clean up kit would be kept in the yard. 5.25 The post-installation accident risk is low. The grid connection apparatus would be housed in secure cabins accessible only to key holders. The boundary fences would prevent access to the site by unauthorised members of the public. There would be adequate appropriate signage within the boundary fences warning of the risks associated with interfering with equipment used for D.C. and A.C. electricity generation.   Transfrontier impact 5.26 Transfrontier impact would be significantly positive as the development would contribute to the EU 2020 carbon saving targets. Local community concerns 5.25 Both Hook and Winchfield Parish Councils have been consulted and have so far expressed support for the development. The local community has a high awareness of solar farm impact owing to the previous Bagwell Lane application which was abandoned in the face of local opposition. Previous Planning Application 5.26 A previous application for change of use to a motocross track was approved without requests for contamination, ecological or visual impact assessments. Local residents subsequently objected to the potential for noise pollution and increased traffic movements. 6 Conclusions 6.1 The proposed development is compatible with the development plan and supports key objectives relating to diversification of the rural economy and addressing climate change. Specifically it would support the viability and responsible management of the wider Trimmers Farm estate. 6.2 The process of locating and designing the array to take account of environmental sensitivities has resulted in a proposal that does not lie in a designated landscape, demonstrates awareness of biodiversity issues and has considered the potential visual impact. As such the site represents optimum use of the opportunity for solar pv deployment whilst avoiding harm to the local environment.

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But the trickings of arms, which are for the most part in pencil, are supposed to be the work of Hekbt Parker, an arms-painter, whose handwriting appears in various places in the manuscript.t The production of this Volume completes the series of Visitations of the Western Counties made by the same 0£Scers of Arms in the years 1620 to 1623; those of Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset have already appeared in the Publications of the Harleian Society, and the ^ Visitation of Wiltshire * was published by Dr. Marshall in 1882. J Regarding the editing of the Volume, it may be well to mention that, although the aim of the Editor has been to give, as nearly as * The signatures are reproduced in Plates IV. — IX., tracings from the originals having been made by permission of E. Maunde Thompson, Esq., of the British Museum, to whom the Editor desires to tender his thanks. t 'Catalogue of the Harleian MSS. in the British Museum/ folio, 1808, vol. i., p. 570. The Preface to this volume of the Catalogue is dated 24 December 1762. J * The Visitation of Wiltshire, 1623.' Edited by George W. Marshall, LL.D. London George Bell and Sons. 1882. 8vo, pp. 109, and two Plates. VI PREFACE. ^ possible, an exact reproduction of the original text, he has thought it would be more convenient to re-arrange the pedigrees in alphabetical order, and to place the notes of the towns and the list of Disclaimers together at the beginning of the book. The trickings of arms have necessarily been rendered in blazon; additions made to the pedigrees, in later handwriting, are printed in italic type ; the few notes made by the Editor are separated from the text by brackets ; and, to insure accuracy, he has corrected the printed sheets by the original manuscript. Hampstead, May 1885. EEFERENCES TO THE PLATES. FAOX Plate I., Fig. 1. Seal of the town of Poole .... 1 Figs. 2 and 3. Seab of the towns of Weymouth and Melcombe Begis .... 1 Fig. 4. Seals of Veer (Batescomb Pedigree) 11, 12 Plate II., Figs. 5 and 6. Arms of Brune from seals ... 21 Fig. 7. Seal of John de Meere 68 Fig. 8. Seal of Eggerdon 37 Fig. 9. Arms of the town of Bridport .... 2 Plate III., Fig. 10. Seal of the town of Bridport .... 2 Figs. 11 and 12. Seals of the town of Dorchester . 3 Fig. 13. ArmsofBowre 19 Fig. 14. SealofBowre 19 Plate rV. Signatures, Abington — Chaldecott 5 — 26 Plate V. Signatures, Checkford — Gbrdyner 27 — 44 Plate VI. Signatures, Gerard — Lane 46 — 62 Plate VII. Signatures, Larder— Pomfrett 63—77 Plate Vm. Signatures, Pope— Warham 77—96 Plate IX. Signatures, Whitaker—Tonge 97—102 •■* %. HPisitatuitt of Borsiet, 1623. PLATE I. Zi)t IrTtjJttatton of ©otJJtM^tte* A.D. 1623. Ctir ^OL'ous^ of ^oolt. [Har!. IIGB, fo. 27.] Drawing of a Seal, Plate I., Fig, 1. Thbsb are the Arme3 and com'oii scale of the towne and Borough of Pole w*^ was incorporated by the annoient Kinges of this land and endewed w"" manie priuiliigca and Im'iinities W" was confirmed by the late Qaeene Elizab : by her I'refl Patcnt«s dated the 23 Jnnij in the t«iith yeare of her raigno [a.d. T568], vuto the Maior, Baikiffcs and inhabitantcs of the towns of Poole. And the same qucene by the same letters patentes did new incorporate them (that is to say) That the same Towno of Poole shallH! and remaine for ener hereafter a free towne of it self, consisting of one Maior, two Baileiffes BnrgeBsee and com'unalties for euer here- after, and that they and their snccesso" shalbe a bodie politique, and shall hauo power to anc and to bo ecwed and capable to purchasse, and that the Maior shalbo Escheato' of the Towne and subvrbs, and ctarke of y* m'ket. And by the same I'rea Patentee Pole is seuered from the countye of Dorset and made a countie of it self, and to haue a shereif and to haue a conrte to hold all pleas and doth graunt mto them diacrs priuetegea and great im'iinitics. And at tiits present nsitation the 15 daye of Septemb. 1028 was John Bramble Maior, Richard Swaync Esq' Recorder, Roger Mawdley, Thomas Robertes, Thomas flranccs, Justices of the peaoe, George Dackomb senior Baleiffe, Lewes Wattes SerrifTe, Will'm Williams Water Baileiffc, Will'm Hill, John Voxsin, John Lambert, John Harwood, George Scntt, Thomas Mehnouth, the six principall BargcBses of the towno of Poole. asUfEmouti) anil iHclcom&f Btsid. [Qarl. 1IB6, fo. 8.] Drawings of "The Scales of the Towno of Waymouth and Melcome Regis" arc given on Plate L, Figs. 2 and 3. The towne soalce of Waymonth and Melcomb somtimes two sen'nlt townes was vnited by act of Parliam' and made one towne & Corporac'on by the name of Maior, Aldermen Bayliffee Barg^Bes and Commtmaltie of the towne of Waymouth THE VIBITATION OP D0R8ETSHIBE, 1623. ade the ^^^ &nd Melcomb Regis in the Coantie of Dorset as by the act of Parliament made 13 yearo of Qaeene Elizabeth [a.d. 1571] more playnly doth appeare. All which priuilegcB and immnnities haue been lately 1617 ratified and confirmed by o' Boueraigne Lord Kinge James. And at this present visitac'on 1623 waa Henry Wultham Maior, Tho: Oyer, Edw : Hois, Baileiffes, Jo: Bond, John Pitt, Mathew Pitt, Barnard Micheil, Tho: Lockell, John Gardiner, Dauid Geere, James James, Rob' Maior, Rob' Knight, Mathew AUeyn, Giles Greene, Edw: Hodder, Aldermen, Hugh Pyne, Recorder and John Small, Towne Clurke. C]^e Borougfi of ISntiport. [Harl. 1166, fo. 8^] Drawing of Arras, Plat* II., Fig. 9; and Drawing of Seal, Plate III., Pig. 10. These are the Arraes and com'on Scale of the Towne and Borough of Bridiport in the conntye of Dorset w**" was incorporated by the name of Baileiffes and Burgessea of the Borough of Bridporte and made one bodic poUiteck in deed in fact & in name really and flilly, and by that name to haue perpetual! succession. And y' y* Baileiffes and Burgesses sbalbe persoDS able in lawe capable and a bodie corporate and polliticke, and to posses landes and tenem"* hereditara"", liberties and prifileges, of whatsoeuer nature, kiode or qnallitic to them and their suecesso'* in perpetuitie, and also to giue graunt alienate or assigne the same, And also to doe & execute all & aingalar other actes and thinges by the nature afforesayd, and I that by the same name to pleade and be impleaded, and to answeare and t answeared in whatsoener conrtea, beingc persons able and capable in lawc as anie j other bodic corporate and polleticke. And that the Baileiffes & burgessea of the J saide Borough & their snccesso™ shall hane for eoer a com'on scale for their [ affaires, and that it sbalbe lawfu.ll for them & their successo" to breake, trans- I forme and alter the same at their pleasure ; And their corporao'on shall consist of 1 two Baileiffes to be chosen by the Burgesses yearlye and the corporac'on to consist I also of 15 Burgesses whcrof the Baileffes to be two of them. To hane power to I chouse a recorder. That the Baileiffes, precedent Baileiffes and Recorder to be I Jnstices of the peace w't'in the said Borongh, and no other Justice to intromit or | meddle therin. To haue power to make lawes and constitac'ons amonge them seines for the good goncrm* therof. To builde a prison, and p'nishe malefacto". chouse a towne Clarke & two sri^antcs to carrie maces before the Baileiffs, and none but free Burgesses to inhabit w"'iQ the Borough to buy and sell, and that the Baileiffes to hane all fines and amercem"* w'*' all other auntient provileges W* was confirmed & ratified by o' soneraigne lord Kinge James the 2 daye of Konemb. in the 17 yeare of his Ma'" raigne of England ffrance and Irehind and of Scotland the 50 [a.d. 1619], and at this pi'sent viaitac'on tho 9 daye of Reptemb. 1623 was Stephen Colfoxe and John Bishop Baileiffes, John Strode Esq' recorder, Jubn Pitt, Tho: Bagge, Water Halett, Rob' Miller, Stephen Moore, Richard Paine, Wilfm Waye, Tho : Lackc, Nichoiiis Hardye, Chrisiopher Bulstou, Will'ui Whethain, j Angell Churchill, Water Bailey, BurgcsBcs, and Roger Haiet Depatie towne ol&rke I (if the sams towns snd Burough, 1^i»ttation of Borset. 1623. PLATE II. THE VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIBE, 1628. 3 [Harl. MS. 1166, fo. 21.] Drawings of Seals^ Plate III., Figs. 11 and 12. These are the common Seales of the towne and Borongh of Dorchester, w^ was incorporated the 26 daje of Jane in the 8 jeare of the raigne of o' saneraigne lord King James [a.d. 1610] by the name of Baileiffe and Bnrgesses of the Borongh of Dorcester in the conntjre of Dorset & to consist of 2 BaileifEes and 15 Bnrgesses that shalbe called the capitall Bnrgesses and connsello" of the sayd Borongh, ont of w^ the Baileiffes to be yearely chosen, and that they shall for ener hane one Recorder who by him self or his snfficient depatie shall doe all thinges belonging to the office of a Recorder of the sayd Borongh. And at this p^sent visitac^on the 9 of Angnst 1623 was John Gonlde the elder and Barnard Tonp Baileiffes, Lodwick Dnke of Bichmond and Lenox Steward, S' Francis Ashley E* Becorder, Henry Whittle, Bichard Blachford, John Spicer, Nicholas Yawter, John Perkins, Will*m Whitway, Edmond Dashwood, Bichard Bnshrode, Will*m JoUiffe, Dennis Bond, John Hill, John Blatchford Bnrgesses, and Will'm Darby depntie Becorder of the said towne and Borongh of Dorchester. ^^M 4 THE VISITATION OP DORSETSHIRE, 1G23. ^^^^H ^^ ^ 0ott of all mti) as jbabc usurpt tlje name H ^H mxti Cities of #entlemm b3tt!)oiit ^udjoritic H ^H ann *mtvt trisdaimcl) at Bnliport com. H ^1 Borcest. 1628 ^ept. 10. ■ ^^M [Harl. 90.] ^^| ^^H Igkobileb ounes. ^^I ^Hp Heniiy Hillary of Mecrohay. Robert Hazard of Charmoulh. ^^H ^^F John Guppy of Ohiddington. Tbomab itARCOMBE of Wfaitchurch. ^H ^^^ John Hernb of Bringham. Thomas Gookbr of the aame. ^H ^^^ John Bears of Barton. Joes Guppy of tbe Bame. ^^M ^^H John Edqaa of Marston. John Hoddbb of the Bame. ^^H ^^^1 OiLEB Stddlbx of Broad Windsor. Thomab Lawrence of tbe same. ^^H ^^H Nicholas Dabbie of Shepton. William Wakbley of Cbideock. ^^| ^^P James Wood of Betacombe. John Stublbt of Marcbwood. ^^^| ^H RoBBKT MoLLisa of WhitcLnrch. WiLLiAJi Lawrence of Boxball. ^^H ^^^ jAJfsa Hetkolds of Stanton Gabriell. ■ B' jOtscIatmcti at Bortestcr H ■ tii( 13 ot September 1623. ■ ^H lOKOiilLES ^^1 ^H Bartholomew Tabar of Tiuklfton. Uaddv Harris of Alwestoo. ^^H ^H John Notlet of Carne. William Starbb of Bradford. ^^H ^H John Payke of Eaershott Henrey Stbueksoh of Wooton ^^| ^H Alexakdbr Sou'er of Fromc S* Glannile. ^H ^H Qaintin. TuoMAS Pareb of Ley. ^^M ^H James Fishee of Stratton. Thomas James of Chetnall. ^^^| ^H Edward Ray of Waymonth. John Olsich of Yeatmister. ^^H ^H Giles Gbebnb of ihe Bamc. Thomab Stone of Melberie Babb. ^^1 ^H John Pitt of the Rnme. JofTN For of the aame. ^^H ^H Barnaiid MiCHFJJ. of tlie same. ItiOEABD Sbebuile of Crambome. ^^H ^H John Smedmoilb of East Lnlwortli. TiiosAS GiLLiNOHAM of Cattford. ^^1 ^H Hbnbet MlCHBLL of Wajinoiith. WiLLLAU Cooper of Hickford. ^^| ^H Toby Mathew of Create Mintcrnc. Thomas LotrpE of Hewberie. ^^M ^H EicHARD OoDLDiNGE of Bridport. Dacie Veret of Lake. ^^1 ^H RlCHABJ) CURIBTXAB of Sidlkg S* Oliuer Hill of Craiiborno. ^^H ^K Kicbolaa. Giles Greene of ABslingtoD. ^^H ^^H Richard KIaior of Biabops Caodlc. John Eybbs of Rimscombe. ^^H ^^H KiCHAKD FoBTBB of Sberborne. William Hardey of Langton. ^^| ^^M Robert King of Candle Wceke. John Vincent of Pouington. ^^| ^^H Bobkrt Fill of Lidlincli. John Child of Cbalaon. ^^H ^^H Robert Saundebu of Sherborne. John BooERSof Eingaton. ^^H ^^^L WuxiAU Fisheb of the same. Henret Collier of Canford. ^^H THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIBE^ 1623. [Harl. 1166, fo. 45^] Arms. — Argent, on a bend gules three eagles displayed or, a crescent for difference. Tho. Abbington of Ouercompton^Mary da. of Allex' Buller of Wood and in com. Dorset gent. Lillesden in com. Somerset Esq^. T Eath. John Abbington of Oaercompton=r=Margerie da. and cohey. of Bog. Gibbes of Bremley in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset gent. in I ThonL 2. Andrew Abbington of Oaer-= — compton in com. Dorset now Soger 8. liuinge 1628. n John 2. WaUcot 8. =Marg* da. of Will'm Mary yx. Hnmp. Gibbs of Sonth Quick of Monton Parett in com. in com. Som'aet. Dorset. Dionisia 1 dan. Elizb. Andrew sone 4 da. and hey. SBtat. 11 annomm 1623. ~1 Mary yx. Joh. Colston of Backleborow incom.Som'8et. flBran. vxor Tho. Clement OlericoB in com. Dorset. (Signed) Andbew ABiKOTOir. aipe. [HarL 1166, fo. 66.] Arms. — Or, a talbofs fiead erased sahle^ on a chief embattled of Ihe second three plates. Crest. — A buck's head erased per pale argent and or, gorged with a collar counter- embattled gules, thereon three escaliops of the second. John Alye of Gn88age=pDorothie da. of Hen. Ashley S^ Andrew in com. of Ypwymbome S^ Giles in Dorset. com. Dorset. 6 THE VISITATION 07 BOBSETSHIRE, 1628. Ai Hen. Alje of Gassage in com.=FElizb. da. of ... . Margaret vx. Hen. Fantleroy Dorset nowe liuinge 1628. Oonstantine. de Marsh in com. Dorset. 1. Cicily mar. to Gawen Mai- lett of S* Andries in com. Somerset. I 2. Eatherin mar. to Micha. Mallet of St. Andries. Elizb. maried to 3. Dorithie da.; .... Myneuey of mar. Thom. Haberton in com. Ein^ton of Deuon. Weeke vir 2. :Edw. Borers primns yir. [Harl. 1166, fo. 28.] Arms. — Vert^ a salUre raguU argmt. Orest. — An oak-tree eradicated verty/rueted or. Ohristop. Anketell of East AlmernpElizab. da. of Tho. PhillippB in com. Dorset Esq. I Ghristop. Anketell of Stow Pronest in com.^ Dorset fiL et hsBr. snp'stes 1628 Esq. I Henry 8 son mar. Jane da. of Tho. Hossey. I Margaret mar. to John Dod- ington of D^ngton in com. Som. of Monntagne. =Elizab. da. of W"* fErancis of Oomb fSorie in com. Som. Elizab. 2 da. mar. to Tho. Breerton of Taunton. I Ghristop. AnketeU filins et h»r. n n i 1. ffirancis 8dt. 18. 8. Ghristop. ffit. 12. Jana 1 filia •^ — SBtat. 4. 2. Thomas 8dt. 15. 4. John 8dt. 7. = Jane da. of Tho. Breerto* of Taun- ton. I Oliuer fil. et hffir. 8Bt. 18. I William 2 son mar. Elizab. da. of John Haruy of the He of Wight. IT Jane st. 14. fOran. 8dt. 12. (Signed) Xpofer Anketill. •■ • THE VISITATION OF DOESETSHIRE^ 1628. 7 [Harl. 1166, fo. 65.] Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Argent, a fees companee or and azure, in chief three martlets gules ; 2 and 8, Per chevron azure and argent, in chief svj^ crosses formee or [Wiltshiee]. Crest. — On a mural crown or a heart proper, pierced by three arrows, one in pale, the others in saltire, of the first, barbed and flighted argent John Arney of . . . .=f=Juliana fil. et haer. Nich. Wiltsheire A« 43 E. 8 [1869]. de com. Dorset. Nich. Amey fil. et h8Br.=T=. . . . filia .... Thomhull. John Arnev filius et haBre8.=f=. . . . filia .... Cifrewast. * Tho. Arney filius et h8Br.=j=. . . . filia .... Hall. T I Robert filius primog. ob. s.p. Boger Amey 2 filius et hsBr. f ratris.=T=- • • • filia • • • • I Goddard. John Amey of Chaulbury in com. Dorset.=T=EIizab. da. of Will'm Hussey of Ebs- ^1 borne in com. Wilts. Alexand' Amey of Chaulbury in com. Dor8et=f=Elizab. eldest da. of Joh. Will'ms filius et hsBr. sup'stes 1628. of Tinam in y^ He of Purbeck. r ~n 1. Elizab. Alexander Amey 2. Nicholas. 4. George. 1. Elizab. 8. Alice, filius et hsBr. — — — — SBtat. 20, 1628. 8. Will'm. 5. Henry. 2. Jane. 4. Honor. (Signed) Alex. Arney. [Harl. 1166, fo. 55^] Arms. — Quarterly of six — 1, [Sable,] six swallows, three, two, and one [Argents ; 2, Azure, a bend or, a label of three points gules ; 8, Ermine, on a cross guJes five martlets or; 4, Gfules, an inescufcheon within eight martlets in ork argent; 5, Oules, four fusils conjoined in f ess ermine [Denham] ; 6, Gules, two single arches in chief and a double-arch in base argent, capitals or [Arches]. Crest. — A wolf passant argent. Thomas Anmdell de Lanheme fil.=F£ilizab. filia Tho. Marchionis Dorset. 8 THE VISITATION 07 DOBSETSHIBE, 162S. 1-- , John Anmdell de Laiiherne.=rJana filia .... Dannat. )nn =pJi John Anmdell de Lanherne in com.=f=Anna filia Edw. comitis Darbise relicta D*ni CornubiaB. Stourton. Joh'ea Arondell de Chidiock=T=Anna filia Henrici in com. Dorset al's Amndell Jemigan de com. de Lanhem. NorfT. George Anmdel de com. Comub. vx filia et cohsBr ViaU. Maria nx. Xpofri Seborne de com. Hereford. Anna vz. Antho. Carew de Anthony. Catherina Txor Geo. Moore de com. Hereff. Dorothea Winifrid 8Bt. 18. 8Bt. 17. Joh'es Anmdell fil.s et hsBres SBtat. 28 annoni' 1628. :Elizab. filia et hser. Will'i Brock jnris- periti. Thomas 2 filins sat. 25 dnxit Elizab. filia .... Lnttrell de Dnnster. Oeorgins 8 filins 8Bt. 19 annora' 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 54.] Arms. — Quarterly — 1, Bendy of eight ermine and gules; 2, Azure^ a lion rampant or, crowned of ihe same; 8, Asure, a fees nehuUe ermine between three chess- rooks (?) argent; 4, Argent, a saltire between fotn- hawks* heads erased gules. William Aubeiy of Dawley Court in the parish=T= of Harlington in com. Midd. Win m Aubrey of Chadenwich in com. Wilts and of Canf ord in Dorset.=j= Thomas Aubery of Chadenwich in^Dorothy da. of Tho. Alford of Meere com. Wilts. in com. Wilts. WiU'] m 8 son de^f Mary da. of John John 4 son of Lundo'=j=Elizab. da. of Bradford in co. Wilts. f ihn4 Bisse of Peglinch in com. Som. silkma' in Cheapside. Maria filia vz. Geo. Godwin de Welles de oom. Bom's. Doroth. Mary. Hugh Sherrard. Martha. John son & hey. 8dt. 14. Elizab. mar. to ... . Cory de com. Nor- foloisd. j THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIUE, 1623. 9 AJ Tho. Aubrey=T=Dorothev da. of Job. Christop. 2 son mar. Dor. John silkman of Chaden- Michael! of Eingsto' da. of Rich. Mawdley of in Cheapeside wich filins Deuerell in com. Wilts. Nnnney in com, Som's. 2 son (sic). et hser. lin- ing 1628. I i f i I Christop. Roger John Mawdley mar. to Dorothey yirgo 1 Sonne SBt. 28. set. 21. Joh. Sibthorpe. set. 22. SBtat. 24. Joh. God- dard 2 to James Reines. Rebecca vx. Arth. Hart- giU. Rob't 4 son mar da. of ... . Miller of London. Thomas 8 Sonne set 80. ~] Arthare 2 son mar. Mary da. of Hnmp. Bishop of Chilcomb in com. Dorset. Wiirm= Aubrey son and heire lining 1628. .... filins et haeres filia. Thomas set. 18. WilVm set. 11. ^Catherine da. of Joh. Hnmber. Christop. set. 9. Catherin. Dorothey. John set. 5. (Signed) p. me Chb. Awbbet, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 5b\] Abhb. — Argent^ three palhU gules. Edw. Barkham al*s Stodder=F. ... da. and hey. of ... . Stodd' in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. 1. Edw. Barkha' of Merefeld=r in com. Dors. \. Will'i 2. Will'm Barkham whoe went into Norff. of whome is descended S' Edw. Barkha' of London E^ et Baronett. Edward Barkham sonne and heyre. WiU' I I John Barkham second sonne. m Barkham of Merref eild.=r A T 10 THE VISITATION OF BORSETSKIEE^ 1623. Will'm Barkham of Merryfeld in com. Borset. J WiU'm Barkham=F of Merefeild. Lawr. Barkha* of S* LeiinardB=T=Joane da. of Edw. Bridg- in com. Deuon gent. man of Exeter gent. W™ Barkha' sone and hey. now in minoritie 1623. 1. Annaetacia 2. Joice vxor Anne vx. W°* Sozan vn- Yx. John Tho. Knott Bligh of ... . maried. Abraham. of Bridport. Stephen Barkha* of London 2 Bonne. )Ki< Ezekiell Barkham gentleman ysher to S' Lo. Bishopp of ath and Wells 1623. ,L Joh. Barkha' Doctor in= Dininitie and Deane of Bokeinge in Essex now lineinge 1623. =Anne da. of ... . Rogers of Sand- rich in com. Eancij. Oeo. sone and hey. setat. 6, 1623. (Signed) Ez. Babeham. [Harl. 1166, fo. 5^] John Barnes of Simondsborough in com. Dorset' lined in H. 7 time. John 2 sone. Rob't Barnes of Simonds-^Elizb. da. of ... . Hodder of Whit- borongh. chnrch in com. Dorset. I J 1 Rob't 1 sone John 2 sone Tho. Barnes of Duntish-=f=Bridget da. of Tho. Mill ob. sine p'le. ob. sine p'le. conrt in com. Dorset 3 and sist. and coh. of S^ sone and hey. now liu- Rich. Mill K* in com. inge 1623. South' t. Hen. sone and": heyreobijtl620. ^Bridget da. of Tho. Lambert of Bayton in com. Wilts Esq. Anne mar. to Hubert Husey of Sidling in com. Dorset gent. Thomas sone and hey. »tat. 6 annom' 1623. Anne a da. astat. 4 annom* 1623. (Signed) Tho. Babnss. THE VISITATION OF D0E8BT8HIKE, 1623. 11 Baisltett. [Harl. 1166, fo. 21^] Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure, a chevron ermine between three leopards^ faces or ; 2 and 3, Per fees argent and sable^ a Uon rampant counterchanged. Tho. Baskett of Dulish soiie=i=Oicilie da. of Tho. Oower of and hey. in com. Dorset. Aldrington in com. Wilts. r Vrsnla da. and hey. of ... . Larder=fvrho. Ba8kett=f=. ... da. of Tho. Morton of of Charlton in com. Somers. r=T=Tho. Ba8kett=T=. ... da. of Tho. Morton of Dnlish. Olenston in com. Dorset. I i I I I Mary mar. to Mabell mar. to Bobert Ba8kett=pSelena da^of S' George Tho. Hnssey of Job. Banham of of Dolish. Shapwick et Haslebeare in Tomson Esq', com. Wilts Esq'. Arthnre Hopton 2 sonne. of Witham in com. Som^set. Thomas Basket of Dolish in com. Dorset nowe lia- inge 1628. I I I I \\ Bobert Dorithie yx. Tho. Bachell 2. Honnor 4. 2 sone. Turberuile of — — Bear in com. Selins 8. Bridget 5. Dors. (Signed) Tho. Baskett. [Harl. 1166, fo. 12.] Vttt. Om*ib* x*pi fideliV ad quo§ presens scriptu' p'uenerit Walterus le Veer Annig' filiofl et hasres JohUs Veer sal^t'm &c. In cuius rei testimoniu* tarn dgillu' Armorn* meoru' quam ngillu* signati mei huic present! scripto meo apposui. Vt hoc scriptu' meu' temporib* ruturi in suo robore magis ap'tineat et effectu. Hijs testibus Wiirmo Lnmbard, Rad*o Manston, Simone Cl'ike et alijs. Dat' primo die Aprilis a<> regni regis H. 6 post conq' Angl* 13 [a.d. 1435]. Drawings of Seals, Plate I., Fig. 4. This Indenture Witneaseth that I Water Veer Squyer haue deliuered to Alice Winford Some- time wife of John Winford my cossen a boxe with theis euidences ynderwritten, &c. : It* in the said boze is a byll without seale that I found in a Coffer of my fathers within Uie lie of Wight iu my mannor of Stanton, that maketh mention of aU my aanoestors tnm, the tyme of 12 THB VISITATION OP DOESBTSHIKB, 1628. King Hen. the 3 to the birth of John my brother that was elder then I & died without heir of his body begotten, & ypon condition that if John Battesoomb pay or doe pay to the said Alice 20" in gold that I may haue it in a good purse when I com bidder a you & for diuer other causes for my Manor of Brimpton & if the said John Battescomb pay not the said 20" in gold & a right good purse. Then I will that the said Alice make deluerance of the said box and Buidences to you or me. In wittnesse &c. Dated at Brimton in Som^settshire Munday next before S* Vallantines day the 13 of H. 6 [A.D. 1435]. Drawing of the smaller Seal as above. Philip de Veer de Veers Watton in the p'ish of Simondsbury in com. Dorset in the time of H. 8. EoU d.y«.. Peter Le Veer. Thomas Le Vere. I I John Le Veer 2. Walter Le Veer lined 18 H. 6 [ad. 1435] died without issue that died s.p. this Walter by a deed e^resseth him selfe to be the last of that 1 Sonne. blood & sould Veers Watton to Will'm Montfort of Bridport Marchant who sould the said land to John Battescomb whose heirs possess the same lands to this day as appeareth by the pedegree on the other side of this Leafe. John Beauchen of Beauchens=r=Johan da. of S' Philipp Fitzwarren K*. She was Hays in com. Dorset Esq^ after maried to Hen. Lo. De la Biuer. I John Battescomb of Veers Watton lined 11 of H. 6=T=Alice da. of Tho. (sic) [a.d. 1438] and was possessed of lands in Marsh wood m com. Dors, and other lands in Meriett and Crewk- horne in com. Somersett. Beauchen of Beauchens Hays in com. Dors. Esq'. I Robert Battescomb of Veers Watton.=T= , I I \ 1. Thomas Battescomb.'j' John Battescomb.^ John Battescomb.=7= Christopher =f=Alice da. of John Allstone of Ohard. Battescomb. John Battes- Bobert Battescomb=f=Mary da. of John Christopher Battescombe comb ob. 8.p. of Veers Watton Towse of Somer- of Bridport 2 sonne. lining 1628. setehire. A THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE^ 1628. 13 John Battescomb of Veers Watton=f Grace da. of Geo. Coade Mary wife to John of Clist S* George in Baseley. com. Devon. Bonne and heir now lining 1628. John Battescomb Richard 2. Robert 4. Agnes 1. Dorothy 8. Sonne and heir — — — ffitat. 23, 1628. Andrew 8. Xpofer 5. Mary 2. [Harl. 1166, fo. 8^] Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Barry of six argent and sable, on a canton of the second a leopards face or; 2, Verl, three boars^ heads couped argent [Boblby] ; 8, OuIbs, a f esse between three crescents argent [Hollo way]. Crest. — An ostrich's head erased or, holding in the beak a horseshoe of the same. .... Halway of Halway in com. Denon K*.=t= I I Jo. Halwaye Enight. Maria filis .... Halway de Halwaye=F. . . . Borleighe in com. Denon. Esq'. Nicho. Beke sonne of ... . Beke of Eent.=f Margaret da. and coh. of ... . Borleighe TiUtUgi Esq'. Rich. Beke sonne of Nicholas.=f=Richarda da. of ... . Balnei (?) in com. Dorsett. [ \ \ I I Nicho. Will'm Hen. Beke=F Alice da. of Tho. 4 sonne Elizabeth. Joane. Beke 8 sonne. 2 sonne. 1 sonne. Rob'tSnell- occisus in inge. Gkdlia. fiob't Beke of Dorchester in=f=Elizb. 1 da. of Will'm Buckler of Wolcom Mal- com. Dorsett now lininge 1 628. traners in com. Dorset. Bob't Beke sone and heyre Mary »tat. 9 annom^ aetat. 5 annom' 1628. 1628. (Signed) Bo. Bkks. 14 tH£ VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIEB^ 1623. Bennetts [Harl. 1166, fo. 84»».] Abms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, [Per pale argent and or,] an eagle displayed with two heads gules; 2 and 3, Sahle, a chevron ermine between three Katherine-wheels argent. Cbsst. — A chough sable, beaked and legged gules, standing on a whelkshell or. To be ent. in Wilts. Tho. Bennet. mn I John Bennett of=FAgneB da. of Tho. Topp of Pitthoose. T ffenny Sntto'. Thomas Bennet al[ia]s Pitt 2 son. Mary mar. to Joh. Danith of Tisbury. Tho. Bennett=j=Mary da. of son and heiie. Christop. Ashlock. Jolin 2 son of Boyto'. Edw. 3 son of Stocton. Johannes Bennett son and hey. I Tho. Bennett 2 son and heire of Pitt- house in com. Wilts Esq' sup'stes 1623. =Marg* da. of Will'm Qrone. Mary mar. to Bob*t Goldis- boroagh of Ejioell. Anne 2 da. mar. to James Parham of Stratford. Joane mar. to WiU^m Jesser [of Ohilmark]. I Tho. Bennett=f=Mellior da. filios et hieres of ... . 1. Thomas set. 3. of Rich. Tomas. Christopher 2 son mar. Dorothy da. of Oliaer Lotesham. Wili'm 3 son mar. Ames da. of Jo. Hitchcock de com. Wilts. I Thomas filios et hror. at. 5, 1623. Thomas fil. et hser. 2. Anthonie 1. Anne 2. Mary 3. Dorothy 4. 4. Marg^ 2. 8Bt. 1. 8Bt. o. SDt. O. (Signed) Thomas Benbtt. THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIEE^ 1628. 16 [Harl. 1166, fo. 77^] Arms. — Quarterly — 1 and 4, Azure^ a lend cottised between six crosses pattie or; 2, Ermine, a lion rampant gules, crowned or [Turbebvillb] ; 3, Azure, three arrows points downwards or [Chaldecott]. Crest. — A cubit arm, habited azure, cuffed and charged with a cross pattSe argent, the ?iand proper holding a laurel-branch vert, Rob't Bingham of BiDghams Mellcomb=f=Jane da. of Rob't Williams of Winter- in com. Dorset Esq. borne Heringston in com. Dorset Esq. RoD*t Bingham of Binghams Melcomb.=f=Anne da. and cohey. of Will'm Chaldycott of Qaarleston. Bich. Bingham of Binghams Melcomb=pJone da. of S^ Arth. Hopton of Witham in in com. Dorset liaeinge 1623. com. Som'set. 2. Rich. fiDt. 12. Jonn 1. Dorothie et. 8. 3. Anne fiDt. 6. 5. Christ. fiDt. 4. — sone and — — — 8. Bob^t fiDt. 11. hey. 2. Rachell mi. 7. 4. Elizab. a^t. 5. 6. Hen. setat. 2. — aetat. 13, — 4. Arth. fiDtat. 10. 1623. 7. Stroud »t. 1. [Harl. 1166, fo. 4.] Will'm Bishop of Chilcombe in com. Dorset.=f=. ... da. of ... . Coward. L : ^ John Bishop of Chilcomb=pEli filios et hfiDres. Elinor da. of Hnmp. Watkins of HoUwell in com. Dorset. Tho. Bishop of Wimdon in Humphry Bishop of Chil-=f=Jofme da. of Rich. Martin com. Som'set 2 son mar. comb in com. Dorset Alice da. of Hen. Holman Armiger filius et hfiDres of Barwick in com. Dorset. fiDtat. 80. of Kingston Russell in com. Dorset. 1. Morgan. 3. WiU'm. Amy 2 da. Jone vx. John Stone of Netherbery — — fiDtat. 22, in comit. Dorset. 2. George. 4. John. Alice mar. to Elinor mar. to John Edith mar. to Rob*t Marget mar. to Arthure Abry Mayhowof Blensfeild Holman of Barwick Arthure Cole of of Chamish in in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset Ham Presto in com. Wilte. com. Dorset. a 16 THE VISITATION OF BOBSETSEIKE, 1628. I' 1. Bichard B.p. 2. Martin s.p. 8. John B.p. 4. George. 5. H^phry 8.p. 6. Thomas s.p. in Bi I John Bishop of=f=Elizab. da. of Valint[ine] Chilcomb in com. Dorset 7 Sonne SBt. 85, 1623. Fran. Hawlej 8 sonne. of Auler in com. Som^set. Humphry Bishop 2. John sBt. 10. 4. Cteorge aet. 4. 1. Joane 8Bt. [8]. 3. Jane filius et hasres — — — aet. [1]. flDtat. 11, 1623. 8. ffran. sBt. 6. 5. Will'm SBt. 2. 2. Elizab. aet. [7]. (Signed) John Bishopp. [HarL 1166, fo. 41.] Will'm Bond of Lutton in the Isle=f=. . . . da. of . . . of Pnrbeck in com. Dorset. Bonfeild. I Dennis* Bond of Lntton=jFAlice da. of ... . Samwayes of Toller- in the He of Pnrbeck. percomm in com. Dorset. John Bond of Lntton in the^pMarg^ da. of Rich. Pitt of He of Pnrbeck 2 filins 83t.70. Oniciphims 8 son. Waymonth in com. Dorset. Lncie da. of W' Lawrence of Stepleto* in com. Dorset 2 vx. =Dennis Bond of Dor-= Chester in com. Dor- chest' fil. et haer. aet. 82 [or 85]. =Johane eldest da. of John Gould of Dorchester. Samuel Bond aet. 8 mensis. Jonn Bond filius et hasres aetatis 12 annoru' 1628. Will'] I 2. Elias. 'm 2 Sonne Sara filia a^t. 6. let. 4. (Signed) J. BOin>. THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIBE^ 1628. 17 [Harl. 1166, fo. 75^] Dennis Bond of Lutton^ Alice da. of ... . Samwayes of Tollar- in com. Dorset. percorom in com. Dorset. Wili'm Bond of Blackmiston in=r^^^6 Willoughby Vrith mar. to Esq. Rich. South. XX I J J Henry 1 son stat. A, 1628. 1. Jane. 2. Anne. (Signed) John Butlsb. [Harl. 1166, fo. 20\] A&MB. — Argmty afeas dancetUe azure^ a crescent for difference. Will'm Chadwell of Bnrbidge in com. Wilts.^ Edmond Chadwell of Eblesbome Wake=pAnne da. of Joh. Moore of Motson in com. in com. Wilts. I Southamp. Edmond Chadwell of Eblesbom Wake=T=Elizab. da. of Tho. Hooper of Boueridg in filius et hffires. com. Dorset. Edmond Chadwell filius et hseres astat. 1, 1628. (Signed) Ed. Chadwell. \ w* 26 THE VISITATION OF DOB8ET8HIBE, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 24\] Arms. — Azure, three arrows, heads downwards, or. Respited for proofe of this ooate. .... Chaldycott.=j= J George Chaldioot of Quarbton=T= in com. Dorset liainge 1628. in com. Berks 2 sone. Wiilhn Chaldycott ofyMwrg* da. of S' Job. Rogars of Quarleston. I Brianston in com. Dorset. l-r-JBLJU Brii Walter Chaldyoot of Barfeild=f=Bridge da. of .... Skeme of London r'licta .... Phetiplace. I \ 1 r Anne 1 da. vz. Bob. Elizb. 2 da. Editb 2 (sic) da. and coh.=f=firan. Chaldycott of Bingham of Bin^- ob. sine hams Melcomb m prole, com. Dorset. of Will'm Chaldycott of Qaarleston in com. Dor- set. East Whitewaye in the Isle of Porbeck in com. Dors, line- inge 1628. m1^ to Bog. Newburie of Mart- lett in com. Som'set. Anne 2 da. mar. to Tho. Paw- lett of Malpasse in com. Dorset. Honor 8 da. mar. to Job. Champneys of Orchard- leighincom. Somerset. Snzan 4 da. mar. to Hen. Chettle of 8* Mary Blan- ford in Dors. Elizb. 5 da. 6. Bridget. mar. to — Maxi- 7. Eatherin. milian Mohan of Corton in com. Dorset. George sone and hey.=7=Margerie da. of & Geo. Snegge of Bristol!. 1 I Andrew 2. Anne 1 da. SBtat. 9. Jane aetat. 7, 1628. Will': m8. \ (Signed) Ffbakois Chaldeoott. T' J THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIEE^ 1628. 27 [Harl. 1166, fol. 76^] Qa®re for the Coate of Checkford. Tho. Oheckford of Leaston in the p*ish of Langton in com. DorBet.=f= I Peter Oheckford of Lea8ton.=FMarg^ da. of ... . Yeeke. WiU'm Checkford=FAdrian da. of Rob* Craford of T of Leaston. Chardstock in com. Dorset. 1. Catherin set. 80. Hen. Oheckford of = Joane da. of Edw. Yoonge 8. Marg^. — Leaston filins et hsar. of Little Domford in com. — 2. Anne sat. 27. snp'steB [1628]. Wilts. 4. Adrian. (Signed) Hsn&y Oheokford. [HarL 1166, fo. 50.] Abms. — Qwxrterly of six — 1, Cheeky or and gules j a chief vair ; 2, OuUe^ a bend voir btiween six eroes-eroslets or; 8, Ermine, a feese between three dnquefbUe guise; 4, Blurry of six vair and gules; b^ . . . ,, a saltire voir; 6, Ssibh, three chevronels ermine, Obest. — A heron with wings elevated^ holding in the beak a snake^ all proper. Amias Ohichester of Arlington=j=Johan da. of Roger Oifibrd in com. Devon Esq. I of BrighUey Esq. Heniy Philip Ohichester of Melbnr7=^atherine da. of Edmond Pro¥rte 1 Sonne. Osmond in com. Dorsett | widdow of Will'm Hodges. 8 Sonne Uoing 1628. («C) (Signed) Phujpf Ohmbuisb. 28 THE VISITATIOIT OF DOSSETSHIBE, 1623. CJttti. [Harl. 1166, fo. IW] Abms. — GfuleSf five gtUies cTeau in chevron between three roses argent. Will'm Chyld of Newton in com. Dorset.=f=. ... da. of ... . Oamell. T Joh. Ohyld of Newton.=FMarg* da. of ... . Chapman. Job. Chyld of Newfcon=pMarg* da. of Will'm Sauage of Blocks- lininge 1623. I worSi in com. Dorset. Will'm 2Bonne. iizab. 1. Elizal Mary 2. Joh. sone and hey. ffitat. 17 [or vj]. J" J^ Sozan 8. AoiB 5. Edith 4. Petronell 6. (Signed) John Chtlde. [Harl. 1166, fo. 2»».] Arms. — Sable, a Hon rampant argent^ debruised by a bendlet gules. Will'm Churchell of Dorohest. in com. Dorset gent.=T= Vertue vx' . . . . Hunton John Churohell=FElmo' da. of John Grace tx' Joh. of Knoyle in com. Wilts, of Dorchest. Esq. Miller of Keyme Wattes of Dor- in com. Dorset. chest. 1 I Mathew Anne vz. Lancelet Cooper of 9 Sonne. ffaringdon in com. Denon. T Edith 2. Jane 8. Sara 4. Gemas 2. Rob't 6. , I I Jasper 7. Will'm Churchell=FMary da. of Geo of Maston in Bich. 8. Maximilian 6. Thomas 8. com. Dorset Esq. — nowlininge 1628. John 4. Christian a da. ntat. 2 annor. 1628. >hn Tarae of Cher- ston fferrers in com. Devon. John Chnrchell sone and heyre sstat. 1 yeare annom' {sic) 1628. (Signed) Willia* Ohxtbohill. THE VISITATION OF D0S8ETSHIBE, 1628. 29 ,L. ClabelL [Harl. 1166, fo. 76.] Arms. — Argent^ on a chevron sable three caps of maintenance or. Bog. Olaaill of Barneston in com. Dorset.=p Jon. Claoill of Bame8toii.=F Jon. Clanill of Barneston mar.=. ... da. of Will' m Clanill of=FE ; Vis. Dorset, 1628.] Arms. — Argmty a chevron between three storks sable. Robert Dirdo of Gillingham in com. Dor8ett.=T= WilVm Dirdo of Gillingham=7=MarY da. of Christo. Dodington in com. Dorsett. of More in com. Wilts. Fran. da. of Tho. Ewens=rChristopher Dirdo of=pporothy da. of Edward Polton of of Wincaunton in com. Gillingham in com. Som*set. Dorsett a® 1623. Denerell in com. Wilts 2 wife. Christopher Dirdo set. 14, 1623. Edward Dirdo 2. Henry 3. Thomas 4. [Harl. 1166, fo. 74.] Arms. — Sable^ a f esse dancetti argent, a chief dancett^ of the last Gbest. — A buck's head couped per fesse dancefte proper and argent^ gorged with a fesse danceitd sable [crined or"]. A patent granted to Jo. DolUnge of Worth in y« He of Purbeck by W"» Camb[den] Glarenc. 17 Maye 1613, 11<> Jacobi Regis. Hen. Dollenge of Worth in com. Dorset.=T= Christ. Dollenge of Worth=f=Elizb. da. of W" flB7e of Mawpowder in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. * ThiB pedic^ree does not ocenr in HarL MS. 1166. THB VISITATION OS' DOBSETSHIUE, 1623. 37 A| •Ton. Dollenge of Worth in com.= Dorset lioinge 1623. J Judith da. of John Seymer of Hanford in com. Dorset. L 1. Elizab. 2. Anne Jon. sonne and hey. ffitat. 11. ffitat. 7. ffitat. 12, 1623. idil Judith 8 da. aetatis 8. (Signed) John Dollinge. [Harl. 1166, fo. 20.] Walter Earle of Charlborow=T=Mary da. and coheir of in com. Dorss. Esq. Rich. Wikes of Bindon. Thomas Earle o^f=. ... da. of ... . Poole sister Honor. Bridgett. Mary. Charleborow. I of » Will'm Poole. i-p. . ? S' Walter Earle of=T=Ann da. & Christopher Eliza, wife to & Richard heir of ... . Earle 2. Strode of ... . in com. Dymock. Devon. Charlborow K* lining 1628. Thomas sonne and heire 86 tat. 2 annor. 1628. Agnes. [Harl. 1166, fo. 42.] Sciant pnesent' et fat* q*d ego Thomas Ekerdon fil' et hscres Thom» Egerdon in oom* Dorset gen* defunct' in oonsiderac'one et causa matrimonij prtelocut* inter me pmfat* Thoma' ex yna p*te et Margaretam Watkins filiam Humphredi Watkins de Holwell in Comitata* Somerset ex altra parte kc. Anno Regni Regis Henrici Octaoi 36 [A.D. 1544]. Drawings of two small blank Seals and of the Seal, Plate 11., Fig. 8. Tho. Eggardon of Eggardon=pMarg* da. of ... . Watkins of in com. Dorset. I Halwaye in com. Dorset. Rich. Eggardon of Eggardon in oom.^Auioe da. of Hugh Browne Dorset gent, lining 1628. of Lothers in com. Dorset. •.^.^kdM^lBt^ •Jhj 38 THE VISITATION OP D0E8ETSHIEE, 1628. Thorn. 2. John 8. Hen. Eggardon= Sonne and hejre liuinge 1623. ±1 =Mars^ da. of ... . Hardie of ... . Agnes da. of [sic] mar. John Munden of John aetat. 20 Tho. sone and hey. Anice 1. Joane 8. 2 sone. aetat. 22, 1623. — — Yrsnla 2. Elizab. 4. (Signed) Hxnbib Eqgebdok. < ■ I [HarL 1166, fo. 18.] Abms. — Quart^ly: 1 and 4, Argent, on a bend edbh three eagles displayed or; 2 and 8, Per pale sable and argent, a cross moUne couninrchanged. In the centre a crescent for difference, Obest. — A maris head sidefaced, eouped at the shoulders proper, on his head a long cap barry wavy of eight sable and or, stringed and tasselled of the second and third. John Ernley de Emley=f=Anna filia Constantini Darrell in com. Sussex. r de Oollingborne in com. Wilts. John Ernley de Canning in= com. Wilts filins et bsres. )nn ^ill' =Lncia filia Tho. Cooke de Sara' marchant. John Ernley de Canning in WiU'm Ernley of Allcannings=p- ... da. of ... . com. Wilts fil. et hsres. in com. Wilts 2 sonne. r Vnwyn. in com. Wilts. Rob^ Srnly of Sntton Benger=7=Eliza. da. of John Barker of Sunyngs in com. Berk. Ann d. of Roger Barber=f=Will'm Ernley of Chalbury=T=Mary da. of John Butler of of Hanley 2 wife. in com. Dorset lining 1628. Will' Hanley 1 wife. m 2 sonne. John 8. Robert sonne and heir stat. 8 annor. 1623. Mary. THE VISITATION OF BOBSETSHIRE, 1628. 89 [Harl. 1166, fo. 66».] Will'm Ettoriok of Barford=rLucye da. of Chetle of S* Mary in com. Dorset. Blanford in com. Dorset. Antho. Ettoriok of Barford.=T=Maude da. of . . . . Squib of Shapwick in com. Dorset. ^1 Will'm Ettoriok of Barford in=fAnne da. of Will'm Willis of com. Dorset lining 1623. Pimphill in com. Dorset. Antho. sone and hejre half a yeare old 1628. (Signed) W" Ettorick, [Harl. 1166, fo. 82».] Ajslmb.-- Quarterly : 1 and 4, Fair, a canton gules, Fillol ; 2, .... a Um rampant within an orle of crosses patUe .... Walsh ; 8, Barry of six .... and . ... on a canton .... a hendfusilly .... Frome. Will'm Fillioll de Knightes^pElizab. filia Hen. Qainsford de streete in com. Dorset. Wichampton in com. Dorset. 4. Nicholas. Will'm Fillioll fiL=i=Elizab. fflia . . . . 2. Henry. Joh'es 8 fil. et habet. — et hsBres sup'stes 5. Bob'tus 1623 set. 76. ob. s.p. Lewson de Lew- son in com. Dorset. Ro son in com. j o'tns. 1. Johanna 2. Lady tx. Tho» 8. Dorothea yx. 4. Elizab. vx. 6. Margaret vx. vx. Ric'o Hawker de Jacobi Bisse Jeffrie Stoode Tho. Shergold Maio de Hatchberie in [de] Crescomb de Shepton de Ebbesberie com. com. Wilts. in com. Som's. Mallet in in com. Wiltes. Dorset. com. Som's. Will m's Fillioll filins=T=Dorothea filia Joh'is Henninges Johannes 2 filius et hffir. snp'stes 1628. de Poxwell in com. Dorset. SBtat. 40 coelebs. Will" m's Fillioll 2. Thomas 8. Richard 4.Rob'tns 6. Johannes Margaret filia fil.eth»r.»t.22 aet. 21. »t. 20. »t. 10. ®t. 9. yn[ica] aetat. annora' 1628. 16. (Signed) Willum ffiuoll. 40 THE VISITATION OF DOESBTSHIRB, 1623. iframptott. [Harl. 1166, fo. 40^] Arms. — Quart^ly : 1 and 4, Argent^ a bend gules, cotised sable ; 2, Argent^ a chevron between three talbois* heads erased gules [Lbdred] ; 3, Argent^ three bars wavy azure [Browning]. Over all four a martlet for difference. Crest. — A greyhound sejant argent, collared gules, ringed or. John flframpton of Moreton in com.=pElizb. da. of Nicho. Willoughby of Turners Dorset Esq. 1 sonne of Edw. Eob't 1. ffran. 8. Wm'm 4. ] Paddell in com. Dorset Esq. James ffVampfcon=f=Eath. da. and cob. Job. fiVampfcon of=pAnne da. 5 sone of Back- land Ripers in com. Dorset gent. L of John Trenohard Vpway in co. Dor- of Warmewell in set 2 sone of the com. Dorset. first John. James 1 sone Jonn 2. Anne mar. to Edm. Jane 2. ffitat. 25 — Clarke of Stoneinge — annor. 1623. Rich. 3. in Hampsh. Elizab. 8. [of] Hen. Willoughby of Vpwaye in com. Dorset. Bob^ 1 sone. Geo. fframpton of Buckland= in com. Dorset livinge 1623. =Anne da. of Tho. Couentrie of .... in com. Wost'. I Walter 2 sone. Rob. sone and hey. ffitat. 9, 1623. Grace 1. Mary 2. Martha 3. Yrsula 4. (Signed) James fframton. (Signed) George fframftoit. Geo. Frampto' hath promised to meete yb at Blanford. ifreke [HarL 1166, fo. 81.] ksXR.— Quarterly of eight: 1, Sable, two bars or, in chief three Itwo] mullets of the second, F&eke ; 2, Sable, a Uon passant argent, Tatler [of Burton Brad- stock] ; 3, Or, a Uon rampant-guardant gules; 4, Argent, a chevron gules between three eagles displayed sable; 5, Bendy of six argent and azure, a canton ermine, Shirley [of Ifield, Sussex] ; 6,» Argent, a chevron sable between three mascles gules ; 7,* Ermine, a cross patonce gules ; 8, As the first. Another Coat—Quarterly : 1, FnEKE,, as above; 2, Taylbr, as above; 3, Oules, a Hon rampant-guardant or ; 4, Ermine, a cross patonce gules [this quartering has been cancelled, and a chevron between three eagles substituted]. * Theae two qnarterings haTa been eanoelled. THE VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIKE, 1628. 41 [Harl. 1166, fo. 81«.] *^ These vsed at the Fanerall of John Freke Esq', who was Honorable interd at Shrowton in com. Dorset the 16 of May 1667." Abhs. — Quarterly of six : I and 6, Sable, two bars or, in chief three mullets of the second; 2, Sable, a lion passant argent ; 3, Chules, a Uon rampant-guardant or ; 4, Argent^ a chevron gules between three eagles displayed sable ; 5, Bendy of six argent and azure, a canton ermine. Crest. — A bulPs head sable, armed, collared, and lined or. Robert ffreke of Iwerne Courtney in com. Dors*t=rAIioe da. of Joh. Swaine on[e] of the tellers of the Eicheq. obijt 84 Eliz. [1592] sepoltus apnd Iwerne. Mary mar. to Will'm Hodges of Ilchester in com. Som. ffrances nx. Joh. CuUiford of En- comb in the Isle of Pnrbeck. of Blanford in com. Dorset. Marg^ mar. to S' Rob* Miller of Little Bredie in com. Dorset. Elizab. mar. to S' Tho. Neale of Wamf ord in com. South. Robert S' Tho. fireke Knight sonne and' 2 Sonne hey. sup*stes 1623 dyed aged 70 ob. s.p. on a fairs monument in Shrow- ton Vhurch. =£lizab. da. and hey. of John Tayler Esq. only da. dyed agea 74. Will'm flreke mar. Anne da. of Arthure Swaine in com. South't. 1. Elizab. mar. to & Geo. Horsey of Clifton in com. Dorset K*. 2. Alice mar. to S' (Jeo. Hastings son and hey. of Hen. Hastings. 8. Jana virgo wife of ... . TregonneU. pert 2.Ro toKath. Bhvens. [m.] 3. Raphe [m.] to Ceceley Oulpeper. 4. Thomas [m.1 to Mary Doa- ingtan. 5. Edmond [m.] to Margaret Barthelmew. 6. Wiirm [m.] to Frances Oulpeper. \ Jane da. of ... . Shirley=^John ffireke filius=y=Arundell da. of S' Geo. and relect of S^ Walter Couent^ 2* wife. et hsBr. Trenchard of Wolton in com. Dorset. I John ob. sans issue and buried at Shrowton 16 ofMayUbl. Thmnas onlyheire is Uuing 1657. I Elizabeth wife of .... Brownhw m com. Line. Jane. \ George f&eke filius et hsBr. SBtat. 8, 1623. Amndell 1 filia 8Bt. 8, 1628 marr. to John Penruddoek Esf. 42 THE VISITATION OP DORSETSHIRE, 1628. tffxt\t. [Harl. 1166, fo. 29.] Arms. — SabUy two bars or, in chief three mullets of the second. Crest. — A bull's head [8able\ armed, collared, and lined or. .... flfreake.=p I Robert ffreake son and hey.=F John ffreake of ffaringdon= in com. Dorset 2 son. S' Thomas ffreake [vide fo. 81]. Eob't flfreake of ffaringdon in=f=Susan da. of John Polden com. Dorset fil. et hrores. Robert ffreake of ffaringdon- filius et hsBr. sup'stes 1628. of Derison. =Elizab. da. of Joh. Clauill of Wotton Olannile in com. Dorset Esq. Jane mar. to Geo. Haruy. )nn John ffVeake son and hey. »t. 7, 1628. 2. Ro ibert T" 8. Clanill set. 1. Amndell 1 filia set. 6, 1628. (Signed) Ro. Freke. [Harl. 1166, fo. 28^] Arms. — Vert, a fleur-de-lis or between three horses courant argent. WiD'm ffiie of =f ill': I Wilrm ffiie of Tarrant Gunfeild in com. Dorset.^^ I ^1 Will'm ffrie of Tarrant=TpMargery da. of Wolston West Gunfeild al's . . . . I of Ewernemister. n fine of Tarrant=TpMi iild al's .... of Anne mar. to Catherine Wilrm ffTie=pMelisent da. of Will'm Tx. Joh. of Ewer- Edmonds al's Michaell mister in Tounge of of Sutton com. Dorset Woodcottes in Waldron. filius et haer. p'ochia de snp'stes Hendley. 1628. Robert 2 sonne mar. Rob^ Swaine of Margery da. of Tarant Gunfeild. Richard Laning. 1. Judith set. 5. Will'ml 86t. 12, son 2. Mary nt. 8. THE VISITATION OT DOBSETSHIAB, 1628. 43 John ffirie filios et hffir. Stat. 14, 1628. I. wm^ A| I m 89t. 18. Anne 89t. 17. 8. Robert SBt. 12. (Signed) Will'm ffeye. Melicent 89t. 16. Dolsabell sat. 15. (Signed) Bobebt vfbte. #alUip. [Harl. 1166, fo. 72^] Johannes Oallop a^ 5 Ed. 4 [1465]=f=Alicia filia et hssr. Will'mi came out of the North. Temple de com. Dorset. Johannes Oallop de North Bowood et Temple=pJoan filia . . . ^Collins de Snailes in com. Dorset ob. 26 H. 8 [1683]. I Croft in com. Dorset. Thomas Gallop de North Bowood fil. et=f=Agneta filia Hnmp. Watkins de hsBres ob. 7 Aprilli 8 Jacob. [1610]. Holwell in com. Dorset. Oeorgius Oallop de=p Southampton 5 fil. Bic us Oallop de=f=. . . . filia .... Davy Bowood fil. 6. de Sannf ord Deuon. I I I Hnmphrie ob. 8.p. 1. Johannes. 2. Egidins. Et alij filij. idi I Egidius fil. Humphrey Jones 8 filius duxit Thomas Oallop 4 filius=f=Francisca primogenit. 2 filius ob. s.p. apud ob. s.p. Bomam. • • ■ • niia .... Crab. _ T Johannes Oallop de Mastem »t. 88.= et factus hieres de North Bowood et Stroud ob. 1622 mense Decemb. filia Geo. Powlett de Mel- plash in com. Dorset. 1. Catharina vx. Tlio. 2. Anne ux. Bob'ti Elizab. 3 filia Will'm's 2. GamedeColleyincom. Marsh de Chilling- st. 18. Dorset. ton in com. Som's. I Henricus 8 filius duxit Judith [?] filia Jacobi Hill de Lyme Begis. Bogerus 4 Sins ffitat. 18. Thomas Gallopp de= North Bowood filius et hffires de Stroude in com. Dorset. =Martha filia BadU Ironside de Longe Bredy in com. Dorset. Thomas filius et h»res »tatis 6 annoru' 1628. Martha »tat. 8 annoru' 1628. 4A THE VISITATION OP DORSETSHIRE, 1623. [Harl. 1166, fo. 69.] WUl'm Gallopp of lsic].= Rog. Gallopp of Boughwood in com. Dor8et=f=Mary da. of ... . Dauve of Juistioe of the peace liuinge 1623. Kertoa relicta Ric'i Gallopp. Grace 1 da. Rog. sonne aad hej. Sdtatis 11, 1628. Amye 2 da. Joane 3 da. #arlriner^ [Harl. 1166, fo. 15^] Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Azure, on a chevron or between three gryphons* heads erased argent as many escallops sable; 2 and 3, Ermine, on a chevron [engrailed ?] gules three escallops or [Grove]. Crest. — A gryphon's head erased bendy of six azure and purpure, beaked or. A Patent granted by Tho. Wortsley [Wriothesley] Garter and Rog. Maccado Richmond Clar. King of Armes to WiU. Gardiner of London the 1 of March in the 1 of H. 8, 1509. .... Gardyner of Collynby hall in Tork8heire.= Will'm Gardiner=f=. ... da. and cohey. of ... . Grone of of London. Grone place in com. Back. Will'm Gai'dyner of Grone place=rAnne da. of Joh. Nndigate in com. Buckingham. of Warwicksh. Tho. Gardyner of Ashwells in com. Buck8.=FGriBell da. of Joh. Hildesham of Snff. I Anne 1 ux. Dudley Lilgaue 2 to Micha. Wigmore. Presilla yx. Bartho. Kath* Hatch in com. 3 da. Deuon. Mary mar. to Joseph Billings of London. I Grissell 5 dau. Will'm Gardyn' of Blan-= ford in com. Dorset liuinge 1623. =Jane da. of Rich. James of Newport in the Isle of White. I II II Hen. ffrancis 3. Robert 5. 2 sone. — — George 4. Edw. 6. I — Alicia a da, SBtat. 5, 1623. ffran. 2 da. »tat. 1. THE YISITATION OF D0BSET8HIEE, 1628. 46 #trarti* [Harl. 1166, fo. 78.] Arms. — Quarterly of twenty-four : I, Quarterly, i aiui iv, Azttre, a lion rampant ermine^ crawned or — ii and iii, Argent, a saltire gulee, Gerrabd [and Oerard Ancient] ; 2, Azure, a chevron ermine between three escallops argent, Meere ; 8, Argent, three bugls-homs stringed sable, Russell ; 4, Argent, nine t4>rteaux, three, three, two, and one. Wills ; 5, Argent, three lions' heads erased gules, Gouis ; 6, Vair, on a chief or four lozenges conjoined gules, D. Lincoln. ; 1, Azure, a stark argent, legged gules, within a bordure ermine, Storke ; 8, Argent, an eagle displayed sable, Trestwood ; 9, Argent, a chevron between three eaglss displayed sable, JuQE ; 10, Sable, a saltire within a bordure argent, MiLDOHOPS ; 11, Or, three covered cups gules, Lake ; 12, Quarterly, i and iv, Sable, a cross engrailed or — ii and iii, lOules,'] a cross moline [argent], WiLLOUOHBT ; 18, Oules, a cross patonce or, Latimer ; 14, Argent, seven mascles conjoined, three, three, and one, gules, Braibrooke ; 15, Argent, a lion rampant azure, Brusse ; 16, Ovules, four fusils in fesse argent, each charged with an escallop sable, Ohenet; 17, Azure, a- cross patonce or, Pavelet ; IS, Or, a chevron gules within a bordure engrailed of the second, Stafford ; 19, Sable, fretty or, a label of three points ermine, Matrauers ; 20, Sable, three bars wavy argent, Sanford ; 21, Per fesse gules and azure, three crescents argent, Aumarle ; 22, Azure, three bars-gemelles or, Sifer- WAST ; 28, Oules, a saltire vair between twelve billets or, Champnon ; 24, Or, on a bend sable three horse-shoes argent, Ferrers. A single Coat, thas : Azure, a lion rampant argent, crowned or, within a bordure ermine. William Gerrard.=T= Jonn 1 Bonne. Bob't Oerrard 2 filia8.=i= I John Oerrard of Longhide insula Parbeck=pCatherina temp. H. 7 a° 9 [1494]. vxor eios. Jonn Oerrard de Longhide filins et h»re8.=F Oeorge Gkrrard of Longehide.=pJoane da. of ... . Stroude of Painham. Thomas Oerrard=rEmma da. of Bob. Kell^way of of Longehide. LUlington in com. Dorset. ,t Jon. Oerrard of Longhide in=irAnne da. of Joh. Dackomb of com. Dorset lininge 1628. Stepleton in com. Dorset. Elizb. da. and sole hey. maried to S' Natha. Napp[er] of More chrichell in com. Dorset. (Signed) John Gerard. 46 THE VISITATION OF DOBSETSKIBEj 1623. [Harl. 1166, fo. 69^] Abhs. — Argent, three battle-axes sable within a bordure ermines. Crest — A leopard statant-guardant ermines. A Patent granted to W°* Gibba of South Perrot in com. Dors. Esq. son and heire of Anthony son of Robert one of the younger sonnes of Robert [sic"] Gibbs of Honington in com. Warr. by W"» Dethick Garter and WilFm Camden Clarenc. 13 of Feb. 1600. Thom. Gibbs of Hunnington in com. Warw.=f= Rob. Gibbs a young' sone whoe came into Dorsetsh. and dwelt at Netherberie.=j= I Anthonie Gibbs of Netherberie.=7= I Will'm Gibbs of South perrot=f=Mary da. of John Newcourte in com. Dors. Esq. -puittijr of Pi Pickwell in com. Deuon. Gregorie Gibbs of South perrot^Joane da. of John Hodder in com. Dorset liuinge 1623. I of Litton in com. Dorset. I WiU'm Sonne and hey. aetat. 2, 1623. Mary 1 da. Joane 2 dau. [Harl. 1166, fo. 56^] Abms. — Sable^ on a bend argent three mullets pierced gules ; a crescent toithin an annulet for difference. Walter Glisson of Bristoll.^=Joane da. of ... . Cooke of Bristoll. I Mary da. of Joh.=f=Wiirm Glisson of Rampisham=f=^^g^ da. of Rich. Bampfeild of Hancock of South Perrott in com. Dorset yz. 2. in com. Dorset 2 sonne. Joane 1 filia obijt. Chilfrome in com. Dorset de- scended of Bamfeild of Poltimor in Deuon. Will'm filius et h»res 89t. 26, 1623. and 3. Walter both Masters of Arte. Israeli Sonne. John 5 son. Ml I 6. Henry. 7. James. 8. Pawle. 9. Hump : (Signed) MaiT mar. to Hen. Hoskins of Lang- don in com. Dor- set. Will: Glisson. Margaret 2 da. 3. Hester. 4. Alice. THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1623. 47 [Harl.1166, fo. 58.] Joh. Good of Maydon Newton in com. Dorset. =t= Rob't Good of Maydon=pElino' da. of Stitland of flfrome Newton. S* Quintin in com. Dorset. Jonn Good of Maydon^Anne da. of Thom. Sauage of Newton. Sidlinge in com. Dorset. Tsidli] John Good of Maydon Newton=T=Edith da. of ... . ffreake of in com. Dorset lininge 1623. Chilthom in com. Dorset. i ^1 John Good sone and hey. SBtat. 5 annor. 1623. Bob't 2 sone »tat. 1. [Harl. 1166, fo. 41»>.] Arms. — Per saltire azur$ and or, a lion rampant eounierchanged, Cbest. — An arm embotced, habited vert, cuff [or], hand proper, holding a banner gold, charged with three bars wavy azure, on a canton [argent] a cross [jules]. Past by Sf Will. Segar Garter Principall King of Armes. John Gonld of Dorchester gent.=pJoane da. of ... . Bennenne ntat. 65 snp'stes 1623. of Abesbery. flfiran. mar. to John Gonld of Dorche8t'=pSara da. of Will'm James Gould John Hackwell filius et hasr. sDt. 83 of Exeter. snp'stes 1623. Euery of Cuttie in 2 sonne com. Som'set. letat. 80. I I Jonane a da. of the age of 3 yeares 1628. Sara 2 filia astat. 1. (Signed) JiifES Gould. 1623. . *► 48 THE VISITATION OP DORSETSHIRE, 1628. ^Vt^. [Hari. 1166, fo. 1.] Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Barry of six argent and azure, a label of five points gules, each paint charged toith three bezants ; 2 and 8, Oules, a fesse ermine between three martlets or. Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a mount vert, thereon a badger of the first. Badge. — On a ducal coronet .... a badger .... environed with a cord or andazure, tasselled .... Thorn. Graye of Kingston Marwoo(i=7=Jane da. of Wiirm flFrye of Tertey in com. Dorset Esq. vide [folio] 58. I Christ. Grey of Kingston- Marwood Esq. in com. Deuon Esq. =Mary da. of Edw. Yarde of Christen ferrers in com. Deuon esq. Isabell. f George Graye of Kingston= Marwood Esq. =Joane da. and sole heyre of Angell Smith of Stratton in com. Dorset gent. Angell Graye of Kingston Marwood Esq.npJTa/A^'tn^ da. of S^ John Stawell liueinge 1628 SDtat. 20. cU Sommersett £?. Oeorge Orey of Kingston- Marwood. Lucy da. of Oeorge Purefoy de Wadley in com. Berks. (Signed) Angell Gbstx. [HarL 1166, fa 58^] Walter Grey of Askerswell=j=Thomazin da. of Eoger Cheaerell in com. Dorset. Thomas filins et haeres: of Kingsto* [Marwood] folio 1. of Chamer in com. Dorset. Jane da. of Will'm fl&ye of Yartrey [co. Devon]. Walter Grey of=FAnnc da. of Rob't Bridporte in com. Dorset 2 filing. Gartmde wife to James Swaine of Sedberey in com. Deaon. Anne vx. Christop. Sprage de Turners Spiddle in com. Dorset. Walter Grey of Brid-= porte filius et hseres sup'stes 1628. Williams of Her- ingston soror Job. WiU'ms miUt. =Mary da. of Job. Bonuile of Clap- ton in com. Som. . . . • Grey 1 son natos 4 Septemb. 1628 as not yet Gbristened. THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1628. 49 [Harl. 1166, fo. 30^] Abms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Ermine^ on a chevron engrailed gules three escallops argent; 2 and 8, Oules, on a f esse daneette or three lions rampant of the first. Cbest. — A talbot statant sable, collared argent. John Groae.n=Joane da. and hey. of Joh. Burhill. Thomas Bridmere of Tiflbm7=y= in com. Wiltes. Tho. Qroue.=F T Robert Mahew of Dinto'^=Joane da. and coh. of in 00. Wiltes. Rob't Oroue of Donhead=F in com. Wilts Esq. Wal Jo nn Thomas Bridmere. Edward Mahew=i= 1 son. 2 son. ter Grone of Will'm Grone of flfem=r=Thomazin da. and Cooker in com. in com. Wiltes Esq. fil. Som. 2 Sonne. et hceres. coh. of Edward Mahew. Joane mar. to Tho. Monpesson of Corto' in com. Wilts. Anne mar. to John Bnlkley of Bnrgat in com. Sontht. miUiis, Mary mar. to Rich. Sawine Isic] de Medio TemploJr: Marg^ mar. to Tho. Bennet de Dittons in com, Wiltes, Tho. Bntler de Amor in co. Dorset. Will'm Grone of Sha&bnr7nF=Jane da. and sole >hn John Grone 1 sonne (Bt. 60 annoru* de Feme in com. Wiltes Calebs. in com. Dorset Esq. 2^ son snp'stes 1628. hey. of John Boddon Esq. \\ 8. Robert. 4. Hugh. John Grone son and hey. natus 5 Junif 1599. J 1. Mary natus 25 Septemb. 1602. 2. Marg* na/tM t;Qim«* 8. Janeita/tM die Junii 1614. 4 diefeb. 1616. (Signed) W" Gboub. :ad'i [HarL 1166, fo. 74^] Ric*nB Orone de familia Grone de Shaston.=f= I Bad'ns Grone de Medio Templo.=rFrancisca filia Joh'is Harpeigh de com. GaDcij. H 60 THE VISITATION OF D0B8ETSHIBE, 1628. A| Dorothea ux. Wiiri Oxendon de Brooke in com. Cancij. Jana ux. Nic'i Neuison de London gen. Jo. Foote de [sic']. Anne vxor Maria. Ric'i Gibon. Joti'es Qrouc: fil. et haer. setatis . . :Francisca filia Tho. Bois de S^« Grigorio in com. Cancij Ar. Bad'us 2 filius ccelebs. Franciscns Groae=Elizab. filia 3 filius. Hen : Ade. [Harl. 1166, fo. 74^] Will'm Groue of Dennet in com. WiltB.=p Dany Groue of Corfe in com. Dorset^Elizb. da. of Thomas Browne lineinge 1623. of Linch in com. Dorset. Wiirm 2. Dany 8. Thom. sonne and hey. sstatis 22, 1628. Joane a da. (Signed) Thoiub Groue. f^annam. [Harl. 1166, fo. 18^] Arms. — Quarterly or and gules, on a bend sable three crosses formie fitchie of the first. Crest. — A gryphon^ s head erased or. John Hannam of Wimbome in=T=Alice da. of ... . com. Dorset 2 filios [sic]. Orange of . . . J ] Richard filins et hseres. Tho. Hannam 2 son=j=Penelope eldest da. of S' Joh. Sergient-at-law. Popharm] K^ Cheife Justice of England, V . THE VISITATION OF D0B8ETSHIUE, 1628. 51 )hnl Ai S' John 1 Bonne in London. Tho. Hannam of Morton=f=Elizab. 2 da. and coh. of in com. Dorset fil. 2 Bnp'stes 1628. Rob^ Bronghto* of Samf ord in oom. Som. Belicta Will'm fPrampton. Joni Henry 3 Bonne SBtat. 40. in Hannam filios et hsDres Thomas 2 sonne 1. Penelope. 2. Jane. »tat. 11, 1628. SBtat. 6. »artrp. [Harl. 1166, fo. 49\] ARMa — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Sabh, on a chevron between three escallops or as many wyvems^ heads erased of the field; 2, Argent, three swans close azure, a bordure of the second bezantde; 8, Argenty on a chevron sable three muUets or, an a chief of the second a fret between two birds of the field. Cbest. — An arm embowed in armour proper, garnished or, holding in (he gauntlet a wyvem*s head erased sable, Thns quartred vnder the hand of S' W™ Dethick, Garter. Jane da. of John Keat of=f=Edmond Hardy of ToUer=T=Elynor da. of John Wolley Ohesselbonm in com. Dors. Yxor 1. Willme in com. Dorsett. Edmond Hardy of=pJohan. da. and sole Phelioe Francis. John Toller Wihne in oom. Dorsett. k of Ley in com. Dorset. T Edith. heire of Will'm Cooke wife to of Lye. .... .... da. of: .... Henslow 1 wife. Edbiond Hardy=ffEhmceB da. of ... . William: Knight of S*Dennis8 Hardy in com. Sonth*p^ 2 sonne. 2 wife. of Wolcomb Maltrenors. Rooert Hardy Sonne and heir. Oatheryne da. of Rich. GUes of Stockwood. Joni m Hardy 2 sonne and heire to his father stat. 19 annor. 1628. 8. George. 4. SamaeU. I Francis 8 sonne. 4. Christopher Hardye of=f=Grace da. of Giles Brent of Evershott lining 1628. Honnybrook. 1. Catherine. 2. Jane. 8. Mary. 4. Johan. 5. Grace. (Signed) Chb. Hardet. /• 52 THE VISITATION O^ DOESBTSHIEE, 1623. [Harl. 1166, fo. 78.] Arms. — Gules, on a bend argent three trefoils vert Cbest. — A leopard passant sable, bezantee, dtically gorged and Uned or, holding in the dexter paw a trefoil vert. Thorn. Haruye of ... . who came out of the North.=p. ... da. of ... . Stanley. ill lu nuruYe ui xurraut ijauuBi/UU lu uuiu. jLrurscb.-r-iuarg' ua. ui . . J Tarrant Abbey. Wilrm Haruye of Tarrant Launston in com. Dorset.^Marg^ da. of ... . Macham of Tho. Haruye of Tarrant Laun8ton=T=Anne da. of John Pyne of Correy Mallet in liueinge 1623. com. Somers. Joh. Hamy elde8t=Joane [?] da. Wiirm Julian Maoell 3 da. vz. Magoalyn Bonneliuingel623 of Jam. Kase Haruy 1 da. Joh. Stradlinge 4 dan. ffitat. 27. of Shepton 2 sonne — of Bridgwater. Beauchamp sBtat.21, Anne in com. Som's. 1623 2 da. (Signed) William Harvey. iJ^astings. [Harl. 1166, fo. 80^] Arms. — Quarterly of sixteen: 1, Argent, a maunch sable, a crescent for difference; 2, Per pale or and sable, a saltire [engrailed] counterchanged [Pole]; 3, Quarterly France and England, a label of three points [argent, each point charged with a canton gules'] [Plantagenbt, Duke of Clarence] ; 4, [Oules,] a saltire [argent], a label of three points [compone of the last and azure] [Neville] ; 6, [Argent,] three fusils infesse [gules] [MoifTAQU] ; 6, [Or,] an eagU displayed [vert, beaked and membered gules] [MoifTHERMER] ; 7, [Azure,] semee de lis and a lion rampant-guardant [argent] [Holland] ; 8, [Oules,] three lions passant-guardarU in pale [or] u^ithin a bordure [argent] [Hollakd] ; 9,[0nles,]afesse between three [should be six] cross-crostets [or] [Beauchamp] ; 10, Cheeky [argent] and [azure], a chevron ermine [Newburgh] ; 11, Quar- terly [argent] and [gules], in the second and third quarters a fret [or], over all a berid [sable] [Despencer] ; 12, [Or,] three chevronels [gules] [Clare?] 1 3, Sable, two bars argent, in chief ^ree plates [Prrz- John for Hunqerford 14, Per pale indented [gules] and [vert], a chevron [or] [Heytesbury' 16, Paly wavy of six or and gules [Molines] ; 16, Argent, two bars gules, in chief three torteaux [MoelsJ. Crest. — A JmlVs head erased, sable, aucally gorged or. Oeo. Hastings Earle of Huntington.=pDorothey da. and coh. of S' John Port. f^n. Hastings Earle=Sara da. of Hen. Hastings 2 Bon=7=Dorothey da. and cohey. of Huntington. S' James de Woodlands in Harington. com. Dorset. of S' flEra. Willoughby de com. Nott. THE VISITATION OF DOBSETSHIBE, 1628- 58 Al S' 6eorge= Alicia da. Baphe Hastinges-j-Jone da. 1 1 1 Henry 8 son Dorothey Hastings of » Tho. 2 son . and heire flDt. 82. mar. to fil. et fireake. of Edw. — S' John hsres. Skeet de Will'm 4 son Reiues Warmester let. 24 Enight. t in com. clericns. Wilts. ffirancis 5 Sonne 8Bt. 28. tmoru' 1628. Henricos Hastinges fil. et her. SBtat. 2 ai [Harl. 1166, fo. 80.] Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Sable, three ffreyhaunds' heads erased argent ; 2, Argent^ a fosse sable between three crescents gules ; 3^ . . , . a Uonrampant .... mthin seven lozenges .... Crest. — A greyhounds head covped at the shoulders sable^ ducally gorged and lined or. Joh'es Hawles of Vpwimborne=f=Margareta filia Hen. Ashley soror Hen. Ashley in com. Dorset Ar. I militis de Wimbome S^ Giles. I Nicholus Hawle8=f=Alicia filia .... Tirell Joh'cs Hawle8=i=Margareta filia Hen: filias 2 dnxit relict .... Holcomb. Johannes SBtatis 82. Maria virgo. de Vpwim- bome filias et hssres Ar. Ynidall de More Crichell in com. Dorset Ar. Edmond Hawles de Ypwimbome=f=Elizab. filia Anthonij Hinton de Anna yzor fil. et hffir. Armig. sup stes. Earles Court in com. Wiltes. . a • . Martha vx. Will'i Hnssey of Motcomb in com. Dorset. Elizab. vz. Hen. Carent de Anna Tomer in com. Som*s. sBt. 28. Elinor set. 17. Edmond Hawles fil. et hseres ffitat. 22 annom' febm. 1628. 2. Thomas nat" 24 Octob. 1605. I 8. Oeorgius set. 16 4. Anthonij SBtat. annom* 1628. 11 annora* 1628. (Signed) Edw. Hawlbs. 54 THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1628. [HarL 1166, fo. 19^] Arms. — Qttarterly : 1, Argent^ an a /esse gules three plates, in chief a greyhound courant azure; 2, Quarterly gules and ermine, in the second and third a chief indented of the firsts over all a fesse azure charged with six bezants; 8, Sable, a chevron or between three leojpards^ faces argent; 4, Sable, two bars or, on a chief of the second two pallets of the first. Over all an escutcheon ermine charged with three beers gules. Cbest. — An eagle displayed or, standing on a tortoise argent. Will'm Ha;pe of Iberton al*i Ebrington in com. Dorset. *• • • • Qa« wX • • • ■ Samwayea. Bichard Hayne=T=. ... da. of ... . of Dorchester. I Hayward. Thomas 2 Bonne.=F T Johannes filius Oliuer Hayne=T=Oicely da. of W™ Thomas filius et haer. of flTrier et hssr. ob. s.p. of Dorchester. Adyn of Dorchest. Waden in com. Dorset. Mary mar. to WiU'm Per- kins of Hel- ton in com. Dorset. Morgan Hayne= of Dorchester filius et h»res et sap*8te8 1628. =Bawlin da. of Christop. Dabynot of White Stanto' in com. Som. Jonn 2 Sonne a prentice in Cheapside. 1. Martha. 2. Sara. 8. Agnes. 1. Mary 2. Elizab. set. Oiaeon Hayne filius et h»r. ffit. 4. 6 mensis. »tat. 5, 1628. 2. John 89t. u. I 8. Samu. set. 2. (Signed) p' me Mobganu* Hatnb. [Harl. 1166, fo. 9.] Arms. — Barry wavy of six argent and azure, on a chief gules three plates. Crest. — A sea-horse naiant argent, holding in the paws a plate. Given by Will'm Segar, Garter, 10 May 9 Jacobij [a.d. 1611]. John Heninge of Poxwell in com. Dor8et.=rJane da. of ... . I John Heninge of Poxwell in eom.=T=Dorothie da. of Edw. Wareham Dorset High Shreife 1610. of Warsmerton co. Dorset. THE VISITATION OP DORSETSHIRE, 1628. 66 Bo bert Al Rich. Heninge of Poxwell in^pJane da. of S' Geo. Smith of 2 Sonne, com. Dorset Esq. liuinge 1628. T Motford in com. Denon. Nicho. 2 Bone »tat. 5. Rich. Sonne and hey. ffitat. 8 annora* 1628. Edmond 8 sone ffitat. 8. John 4 sone ffitat. 1^ (Signed) ithy. Dorithy. Jane. R. Henntno. mi. [Harl. 1166, fo. 87.] Will'm Hill of Pounsford=f=Lncy da. of ... . Rynes of in com. Som'set. I Blanford in com. Dorset. Roger Hill of Pounsford in=T=Marjr da. of ... . Hasard of Lyme com. Som'set filiua et hsDres. Regis in comit. Dorset. WiUiam filius et hffir. )nn John Hill of Dor-= Chester 8 filius 89tat. 84, 1628. >hn Hil =Sara da. of John Qreene of Roger Hill Dorchest' and widow of 2 filius The. Dauidge of Dorchest'. of Taunton. John Hill filius et hssres 89tat. 1 et halfe 1628. 1. Mary. 2. Elizab. (Signed) JiT* Hn-L. [Harl. 1166, fo. 80.] AKMa.^Quarterly : 1 and 4, Or, on a /ease between three hoars passant azure as many annuleU of the first; 2 and 8, Gules, on a chevron between three port- cullises chained and ringed or five roses of the first [Port]. Crest. — A hoards head erased at the neck azure, bezants, crined or, John Hooper of the Cittie of Saru'=r Agnes da. and hey. of in com. Wiltes. I John Porte. 56 THE VISITATION OF BOBSBTSHIRB, 162S. AJ I _l I ihn 2. iBon. Jo Thomas. 8. Giles. I — ob. s.p. 4. Rob* Edward Hooper 5 son^ of Boueredg m com. Dors. =Dorothey da. of Nicb. Musscll of Steple Langford in com. Wilts, Mast' of Art. 1. Mary vi. Job, Topp de Stockton in CO. Wiltes Esq. I 2. Catherine vx. Edw. Downes de Orston S* Mary in co. Wiltes. 3. Dorothey vx. Edw. Berkley of Woodborow in com. Wiltes. 4. Martha vz. Giles fPranklin ofWroughtonin com. WUtes. James 8 son. Tho. Hooper of Boneredg=f=Catherine da. of Thomas in com. Dors. Esq. filins et hffir. snp'stes 1628. Ed Tho. Eyre of the 2fil.de Cittie of Sam'. Sam'. w. Hoopei fil. et hseres aetat. 30, 1623. Anne da. and cob. of John Moore of Sonthamp. Sergent at law. 2. Giles 89tat. 24. 8. Thomas flDt. 21. ^1 5. Honor mar. to Will'm Whitaker of the Middle Temple. 1. Catherine to be mar. to Rich. Swaine son and hey. of Job. Swaine of Gnnvile in com. Dorset. Maria filia setat. 2 1628 mat. to Jo, Brum in DorsetL Edward Katherine. 1 Bonns and heir $. I Thomas 2 sonne ofLincolnes Inn oh.simflel^^^. 2. Elizab. mar. to Edm. Chad- well of Ebes- borne in com. Wates. _ T idm. Edm. Chad- well fil. (Signed) Tho. Hoop'. aei^ [Harl. 1166, fo. 61^] 1 da. of . . • .=pHen. Hoskines of Bemister=: Katherine da. and heyre of Scarlett of ... . I in com. Dorset. .... Oonld of Seborongh in com. Som'set. John Hoskins of Bemister=j=Elizb. da. of ... . Bale and of his wife in com. Dorset . I .... da. and cob. of ... . Goald. T Peter Hoskins of Langdon in=r Anne da. of James Hodgs of com. Dorset lininge 1628. | Somerton in com. Som'set. A THE YISITATION OF D0R8ETSHIRB, 1623. 57 A| John= sone and hey. =Vr8ula da. ofW» Lacie of Hartrowe. 1 Hen :=! 2 Sonne. pMaiT da. of W"» OliRHon of Rampes- ham. 1 1 James 3. Peter 4. WiU'm 6. Elenor mar. Elizabeth to Pet : vnmaried. Coward of Boltons- burie. John Sonne and hey. sBtatis 8. 1 Hen. 2 sone 1: 1628. (Signed) Pbtee Horkins. [Harl. 1166, fo. 9^] Arms. — Chiles^ a cross-croslet boionn^ argent, charged on each end with three escallops sable. Respited for proof e of his right to this coate. Miohaell Humphry of Chaldon in com. Dor8et.=T=Dorothy da. of ... . Bawler. :)hn Ha John Humphry of Chaldon in com. Deuon [^]'=pElizab. da. of Herbert Pelham filios et h»r. sDtat. 26 annora* 1628. of Compton in com. Dorset. John Hamphry filios et hsDres sDtat. 1. (Signed) John Humfret. [HarL 1166, fo. 89.] John Huntley of Milbome S* Andrew=f=Editha filia Egidij Penney de in com. Dorset. Coker in com. Som'set gent. Edmond Huntley filius et h»r. dcnpAmia filia Tho. Haydon de Milbome S^ Andrew sup'stes 1628. I Bowood in com. Devon. Egidius 2 filius mortuus. Johanna vxor Joh'is Welsh of ... . 68 THE VISITATION OP D0R8BTSHIBB, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fol. eSK] Arms. — Quarterly of twenty : 1, Barry of six ermine and gules ; 2, Or, a fret gules [Vbrdon] ; 3, Gules, a lion rampant or ; 4, Gules, a cross botannJe or ; 5, Argent, on a bend sable a lion passant or ; 6, Argent, a lion rampant queiiee fourcMe gules ; 7, Argent, three bulls passant sable [Bowood] ; 8, Barry of six or and vert ; 9, Or, a cross vert; 10, Argent, a bend wavy between two plain cotises sails; 11, Argent, a fesse sable ; 12, Argent, three roses gules ; 13, Paly of six or and azure, a chief ermine; 14, Sable, a chevron between three mullets or; 15, Argent, a trivet sable; 16, Azure, a chevron between three cross-croslets fikhee unthin a bordure wavy all or [Turgis] ; 17, Ermine, three piles [sabW] each charged with as many bezants within a bordure .... [Larder] ; 18, Azure, a cross formee between four fleurs-de-lis or; 19, Argent, a pair of wings conjoined, tips downwards, azure; 20, [indistinrf]. Crest. — A boot sable, topped ermine, spurred and leathered Conq. Duke of Normandie. iir Wilrm Hussey. WiU'm Hus8ey.=p Henry 2 sone ob. sine pro'. Qodfrie Hussey in King Stephen's time.=f= Hen. Hussey in Einge John's time-np Raph Hussey lined in y« 22 Ed. 1, 1289.=rA da. of the Earle of Warwick. WiU'm Hussey lined in the=T=One of theirs gen'all of Theobald 7 yeare of Ed. 2 [1813]. Vernon al's Verdon, lo. Verdon. Reignold Hussey lined in the=f=. ... da. and hey. of 8 yeare of Ed. 8 [1329]. .... Daubignie. I WiU'm Hussey the 28 of Ed. 8, 1858.=r ^1 James Hu88ey=T=Jane da. and hey. of S' Joh. Winterbom 61 Ed. 8, 1876. of Winterbome Tomson. B Hu88ey=T=Jane ( 1. 8, 1876. of Wii THE VISITATION OP DOBSETSHI&E, 1628. 59 A| Tbo. HuBsev of Bowden in com. Som*t=FJohaQ da. and hey. of Esq. ao 22 R. 2, 1498. Peter de Bo wood. Tho. Hossey Esq. a<> 18 H. 4 [1412].=pMarye da. and hey. of Edw. Toweney. Job. Hossey of Shapwick and Tomson Esq.=7=Elinor da. and coh. of ao 36 H. 6 [1458]. Bob. Turgis. Tbo. Hnssey of Shapwick=pCbristian da. of John ffitziames Esq. ao 18 Ed. 4 [1478]. of Redlincb. Bartholomew Hnssey of Eblesboume Tbo. Hnssey of Shapwick=j=Elizb. da. in com. Wilts 2 sone. in com. Dorset a^ 21 H. 7. of Hnmpb. Baskemile. I Hubert Hnssey of Shapwick and=f=Elizb. da. of ... . Tomson [vide fo. 58*^]. Banester. Tho. Hnssey of Tomson=T=Mary da. of Tho. Baskett and coh. to in com. Dorset. her mother [Ursula Larder]. Joseph G^rge 8. 2 sone. — Hubert 4. Bo b't 6. Tho. Hussey of Shapwick=pElizb. da. of James and Tomson in com. Dor- set Liuinge 1628 Esq. Hannam of HoUwell in com. Som*set. Dalalynd 2. Robert 8. Tho. Sonne and hey. setat. 24. Mary 1 da. Elizab. 2 dan. (Signed) T. Hubby. [Harl. 1166, fo. 72.] Marg^ da. of S' Jo.=7=^Barthol. Hussey of Eblesboume in=Elizb. da. of Job. HoUweU. com. Wilts 2 Sonne of Thom. Maruyn. Tno. Hussey of Edmondesham in com. Dorset 8 sonne. A Anne da. of ... . Marchante relicta Giles u Cluffe. 60 TBB VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1623. Ai Anne mar. to Tho. Vergine of Som*Bet8h. Kath. mar. to Hen. Clifford of Venn in com. South. Honor 1 vx. Oliu': MoUineux of Holwell in Dorset. Geo. Basket of Gorley in com. South. 2 husband. Thomas 2. Samson 8. I I Giles Hussej of=pMargerie da. of W" James Edmondesbam Tulse of Auen in 4 sone Lining 1628. com. South. E^ Edmond 2 sone est. 16. Tho. sone and hey. »tat. 22, 1628. (Signed) Gilbs Husee. [Harl, 1166, fo. 68»».] Hub^ Hussey of Shapwick in com. Dorset vide folio 68^.=f ^1 Tho. Hussey of=f=Mary da. and hey. of Tho. Basket Shapwick. of Deuelishe in com. Dorset. Mary vx. Geo. Biues of Randalston in com. Dors. 1 dau. Honor 2 dau. vx. Tho. Morton de Henbord in com. Dorset. Dorathie 4 da. vx. Tho. Phillips of Anc£:till of Crafe Molin [Corfe Aimer in Mullen] in com. couLDorset Dorset. Jane 8 da. [ux.] Hen. Eath. vx. Edw. Basket of Domelishe [Deyelishe]. Tho. Hussey of Stowre Payne in com. Dorset Sonne and hey. Joseph 2. George 3. Hub* Hussey de Shapwick=rAnne da. of Thom. 4 sone et modo de Sialinge in com. Dorset. [icno. Nicno. sone and hey. ffitat. 7 annor. Barnes of Duntish Courte. I \ I I Hubert 2 sonne Mary 9. Selina 6. Agneta 4. sBtat. 5 annor. [Harl. 1166, fo. 82^] Bicardus Jolciff de Canning Court in=p. . . . relicta .... Rogers p'ochia de Pulha* in com. Dorset. de com. Som's. THE VISITATION OF BORSETSIIIRE, 1623. 61 Al Johannes Joleiffe de Caning Court in com. Dorset fil. et heres. 1. Rebecca vxor Wiiri Starre de Bradford in com. Dors. Elizab. filia et coh» Rob'ti Newman de Fifeild Magdalin in com. Dorset. Johannes Jolliffe de Estoaei in com. Dors. fil. et haeres Patris et matris sap'stes 1628. 'Eatherin da. of Joh'es Henninge de Pazwell in com. Dorset. 2. Susanna vx. Wiiri Holman de Estouer in com. Dorset. Bicardus Joleiff fil. et hsr. astat. 12 annoru' 1628. ,1 I 2. Johannes set. 8. 8. Bob*tu8 83t. 4. I I 4. Georgius sst. 8. Eatherina sst. [14]. (Signed) Dorothea sst [18]. Jo. JOTLIFFS. [Harl. 1166, fo. 5P.] Abms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Azure, a chevron between three kitee^ heads erased or; 2 and 8, Argent, a chevron engrailed gules between three leopards'* faces sable, Cbest. — A unicorn's head erased argent, armed or, gorged with a belt gules buckled and garnished of the second. Granted to William Eete of Ghesselbome by Bobert Cooke, Clarentiuz, 1589. William Eeyte of Ches8elborne.=f=. ... da. of ... . Tichbome. m William Eeyt of Chesselbome. T )nn John Eeyt of Chesselbome. =f=. ... da. of ... . Lyttcott. >hn 1 John Eeyte of=rMargret da. of ... . W™ Eete of Ches8el-=f=. ... da. of Chesselbom 2 sone. I 4. Coles of Barton in com. Somerset. borne in com. Dorset 1 Sonne of John. .... Hebbs of Carton. Hugh Eeyte of Long Chel- bome in com. Dorset. ■Mary da. of Bob't Oroue Esq. Bich. Eete oJp=rEva da. of Chesselbome. Medon. Edw. Eete of Chesselbome.=jnn Jol 4 sone. Edw. Sonne and hey. setat. 7, 1628. Rob^ 2 sone setat. 5. Bruen 8 sone setat. 2. Elizab. 83tat. 1. (Signed) Ed. Lawbbncb. (Signed) Oliuer Lawbenob. [Harl. 1166, fo. 64*.] Rich. Lawrence of Stepleton=T=Marg^ da. of ... . Riues of Damery in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. Will'm Rich. Lawrence of Stepleton=f=Anne da. of Lawrence Meggs of Bradford 2 sone. in com. Dorset. Peu*ell in com. Dorset. 1. Mary vx. Hen. Collyford of Whitcliflfe in com. Dorset. 2. ffi*an. vx. Rob. Norris of Curry Riuell in com. Som*B. 8. Lucye vxor Christ. Pitt of Pimperne in com. Dorset Honor 4 da. vnmarried. Charles 2 sone setat. 28 Geo. Lawrence sone and=rMary da. of ... . 4. Rich. 8. Angell fforte of ... . setat. 30 83t. 27 [sic], [sic]. hey. liuinge 1623. Rich. Lawrence sonne and hey. letat. 7 annorum 1623. \, THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1628. 65 [Harl. 1166, fo. 64.] Arms. — Quarterly : 1, Barry nebuU of six or and guleSy on the second four bezants ; 2, Argenty a chevron gules hkween three ermine spots sable, that in base inverted; 8, Ermine, a chevron sable ; 4, Ermine, on a chief indented \_gules'\ three swans close argent. Crest. — A wolfstatant azure bezantee, dueally gorged or. George Loaell of Tarrant Raw8ton=?=Ell7ii da. of Tho. Martyn of Athellhamston al's Antiochester in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. Jana vxor Will'mi Jerard de Charlton in oom. Dorsett. George Louell of= Tarrant Rawston al^s Antiochester. =Margaret da. of Thomas Moreton of Milbom in com. Dorsett. Ann. Thomas Lonell' of Tarrant Rawston aVs Antiochester now lining 1628. = Alice da. of John Hall of Brad- ford in com. Wilts. Antioohest' 2. Thomas 3. 1. Catherine wife to Geo. Rnssell of Newtowne in com. Dors. 2. Mary vx. Andrei Chettle de Whedden in com. Dors. 8. Ann wife to Edmond Bowyer of Deane in com. Dors. George Lonell sonne & heir setat. 28 annor. 1628. Edward 2. Henry 8. I n n 1. Catherine wife Dorothy 2. Alice 4. to William Swift — — of Blandford. Elizab. 8. Mary 5. (Signed) Thomas Louell. 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 79.] This Descent taken ont of a parchment Roll written in an old hand ; from the first Walt' vnto Will'm: who mar: the da: of Rob: Amey. Walter Louell of =pEdith da. of Rob. West. ^1 ,i: Joh: Lonell of Rockford.=T= Jon: Lonell of Barkleye.=i=Joane da: & heyre of WiU'm White of Barkley. r ;icn: Bicn: Lonell of Barkleye.=f Agnes da: & hey: of W*" Mallward of Laneford. :T 66 THE VISITATION OF DORSBTSHIEB, 1628. Jon: Louell 1 sone. Thorn: Louell of Netley 2 sone.np 1 i Ti Rich: Louell of=Marg* da. & hey: of Will'm Louell=pDorothie da. Marg*. Northhang' Hen. Rogers of of Netley. eldest Sonne. Brienston in Dorsetsh. of Rob't Amey. Christia', Walter Louell of Netley mar. the da. of Lawrence of Elizb. Alice. Marg*. Tisbury in com. Dors: =p Thomas Louell of Netley in com.=j=Alice da. of John Hancock Charles 2 sone. South' & Wilsford in com. Dorset, al's Barklet. 1 ' ~T Oeorge 2 sone. Charles Thomas sonne & hey: Deborah Elizabeth 2 dan. 3 sone. satat. 23, 1623. 1 da. (Signed) Tho: Lovbll. iEartin. [Harl. 1166, fo. 88.] Abms. — Quarterly o/six: 1 and 6, Argent, two bars gules ; 2, Per pale argent and sable, a chevron counterchanged Xoundbes ?] ; 3, Quarterly .... and gules, four eagles^ heads erased .... [Pydbl ?] ; 4, Ghequy .... and . . , . on a fesse .... three lions rampant . . . . ; 5, .... on a bend .... three rams [?] .... Crest. — On the stump of a tree couped .... a monkey sejant .... collared and lined .... holding in the dexter paw a mirror. Rob't Martin of Athelhampton=f=Elizab. da. of John Kelway of Rockbome in com. Dorset. in com. Southa'p. E^ Thomas Martin of Parke pale=7=Elizab: da. of Will'm Gen^ard in com. Dorset 2 fil. of Trent in com. Dorset. Francis Martin Will'm Martin of Parke Pale=f=Elizab. da. of Rich. 2. John. Sonne & heire. in com. Dorset 3 sonne astat. 58 sup'stes 1623. Maunsell of Mauncell in com. Som'set Esq. 4. Nicholas. Thomas Martin filius et haeres sat. 19, 1623. (Signed) Thomas Martin. Come to morrow and pay the fee. '^ * THE VISITATION OP DOaSETSHIRE, 1623. iHatJtto.' [Harl. 1166, fo. 86.] John lord Lamley of Lumley Caatle.^ I George Lumley 8on^=Janed.andon[e]of tlielieir3=rJohn Knotaford Esq. Sargaut tnd beir maried & died J of Riohiird Kiii<;htley Esq. I at armes to H. 8 eecoud UOB- befibre his father. of NortbamtoQBhire. band to Jane Kuightley, Jonn Lord Barbara Lnmley John Campion of Campiona=pElinor d. & coheir Lamley died da. & heir mar. son of Edward Campion of to John Knotea- withont Isaa. to Danie Flond. the co. of Essex Esq. I ford and Jane I Knightley. Richard Mathewe of Stansted in the oo. of Siiesei=j=Blizabeth d. & heir to John is lining 1628. Oampion of CampionB. Elizabeth Qeorgo MatheweT=Mary d. to Tho. Francis Uathctve Mary Mathowe Mathews of Stanstod in — ■ . - ...,,-. Tnmaricd the co. of Sosses at the age son and heir. of 24, 1623. Pecolje of 2 son mar. Itrid- liu* vnmariod Chichester gott the d. to atlhet^;e ofSO gentellman. [Giles] Fathers ycrs 1628. of Dorset tshir. Richard Mathewe George Mathewe Kathcrcn Mathewe Mary Matliene eldeet son 4 years 2 son on[e] yere aldtiAt da. 5 ycrs old 2 dau|,'hter olde 1623. old 1623. 1623. 2yearefl old 162: (Signed) Geo. Mathbws. jHadjcto. [Harl. 1166, fo.fi.] Asms. — Quarferli/! 1 and 4, Sable, a lion rampant argent i 2 and 3, Argent, on a chief ffulM an eagle displayed or [Caupiox], Crest. — On a mount veii a mooreock proper, beaked, wattled, etc., guU». .... Campion of^Elizb:da.£coh:of [John] EnotsJbrd Sorgiant at Amu to n.8. Campion in Essex. | x.=j=£Uzb: oa. i I of Campion of E Geo:Mathewof ffran:MathewofEa8t-T=BridgGt da: of Oiies "■■ * • ^ ' ■ ffathers of Eest- OUuers in com. woodsford in com. Sussex 1 Sonne Dorset now liaingo LiueiDge 1633. 1628, 2 soae. J. : — X woodsford ii Dorset. ffi-an: 2 sone tct. Rich: sonne & bey: Mary 1. Donthie 3. Clare 7 aimor. 1623. wtat. 8 annor. 1623. 3 dau: (Signed) PaAacia Mithiwb. : Uiitbe« 68 THE VISITATION OF DOESETSHIBEj 1628. [Harl 1166, fo. 10^] Abms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Azure^ a chevron between three mullets of six points or ; 2 and 8, Argent, a fret gules j a canton of the second. Cebst. — An eaglets head couped or, the mouth embrued gules, Hec presens Indentara testat* q'd die lane proxima post festa* S<^ Micb'is anno regni Regis Edwardi 3, a conqaesta* duodecimo. Ita convenit inter fratrem Henricie Pelorem de Maiden- bradeleghe et einsdem loci couent' ex parte vna et D*in*i Joh'em de Meer militem ez altera &c. Drawing of Seal, Plate II., Pig. 7. Hagh Meere. Hug' Meere. T T ,1. Rob't Meere.=iF T Barnard Meere=pMande da. & heyre of Barnard Meere of Wynfrith of [sic\. Newborough in com. Dorset. I [The above pedigree is crossed out in the original.] Barnard Meere.=pMatilda da. & hey: of Barnard Meere of Winfrith Newbrugh in Com. Dorset. Rob* Meere of Choldon.npMarg* da. of [««;]. Jo ihn Will' m Meer of=T=Jane da. of Thorn: Bonest 2 sone. Cherbome. of Bristoll. Hugh Meere of=pAlice da. of Tho. Alombridge Julian ux. Job: Sherborne. in com. Dorset. Eliott of Sher- borne. Cicilie vx: Pran: Lanse of Sherbom. Wilrm 1 Sonne ob. sin. p'le. Robert 2 sone' of Sherborne. 'Plorence da. of ... . Lite of Lites Cary in Somers: Magnus 1 sone. 'm Will'm 2 Sonne in com. Monmouth. I I I fihmoes 1. fflorenoe 2. Hester 8. THE VISITATION OF DOA8BT8HIBB, 1628. 69 Hen: 8 Bone.=T=Mandliii da. of Lite of Lites Cary. I T Hugh Bone & firaii: yz. Jam: bejre aetat. 80 Hodgs al^s Clericus. Lncoa in com. Dorset. Rose mar. Tho. Dyer in com. Som's. Elinor 8 dan. Patience vx. Magdalin 5. Oliu'Mufltion — of Sherborne. Anne 6. John 4 8one=T= of Sherborne. =Magdalia da. of Hen: Bawlinson of Sher- borne. Joane vx. Job: Hancock of Soath peiret in com. Dors. Cicilie vxor W» Hill of[«kj]. y}. ^ Meere of Sherbome=pAlice da. of Bob*t now lioinge 1628. Oakes of Sher- bom. Robert 2 Sonne ffitat. 20. ElLb. Ida. Donthe 2. ffran: 8. Alice 1 da: stat. 8 annor. 1628. Magdi alin 2 da. 83tat. 4. Elizb: setat. 8 quart: of year. (Signed) Will'm Mxbs. [Harl. 1166, fo. 1»».] Arms. — Quarterly of eight: 1, Or, a chevron assur$ between three masclee gules, an a chief of the last a wolf passant [argent ?] ; 2, Argent, a chevron sable between three flowers or, leaved vert; 8, Argent, a chevron engrailed gules between three leopards^ faces azure, a crescent for difference ; 4, Ermine, a f esse between three cmquefoils gules; b, Argent, three bugle-horns stringed sable, an arrow palewise or through the lower one, and two mullets in fesse of the second; 6, Azure, a chevron or between three bucks statant argent; 7, Oules, fretty argent, a canton of the second ; S, Qyronny of eight argent and gules. Crest. — A talbofs head sable, eared argent, collared or, tmdemeath the collar two roundles . . . .fessewise, and three acorns of the third, leaved vert, issuing from the top of the head. Lawrence Meggs of Bradford Peu'ell=f=Anne da. of Rich. Wood of Ashmdge in com. Dorset Esq. in com. Deaon Esq. n i"i Peuerell 2. Christ: 4. Andrew 8. Perciaail Meg^ of Brad- ford Penerellm com. Dorset Esq. =Mary da. of Rich. Law- rence of Stapleton in com. Dorset gent: Joane. Jane. 70 THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIBE, 1628. Ai Hen : Megges of Bradf ord= Peu'ell in com. Dorset Esq. lioinge 1628. 'Anne da. of John Hippesly of Stone Easton in com. Som'set Esq. Manr vz' Bob't Smarte of Gralton in com. Dorset gent. Peu'ell 2 sone SBtat: 9. Lawerence 8 sonne Tbom. Meggs sone & heyre Jane. Penelopee. setat: 4. sBtat: 11 annom' 1628. (Signed) Henby Meggs. Arms.- Crbst.- [Harl. 1166, fo. 48.] 'AzuTtyfow mascles in cross or. -A demi-Uon rampant azure, holding in the paws a mascle or, John Miller of Came in com. Dor8et.=F 1. Anne da. of John Wolley= Jonn Millei of Leigh in com. Dorset. of Came. =2. Jane da. of Bob: Cockra' in CoUompton in com. Deno*. Margar^ 1. Orace 2. Elinors. Thom: 1 sone.=FDa. of Watts of Cadbnrie in com. Som'set. Elizab: da. & hey: ob. s. p*le. Joim Miller of Came 2 sone & hey: to his brother. Anne da. of Qiles Winterhajr of Chethall m com. Dorset. Jasper 1 sone ob. sine p*le. Hen: Basley of the Isle of White I wife. ^=S'Rob: Dorithy da. & hey: of=j=S' Rob : Meller of=rMarg* da. of Rob: flfreak John sone=pMary da. of 8' John & hey: Swinnerton Lord Ma: of London. Came in com. Dorset lining 1628 K*. )lley of Vrencourtney in com. Dorset. Wol 2 sone. I Dorithy vx. & Cha: Yaaghan sone & hey. of S^ Walt: of Falsten in com. Wilts. Rob: sone & hey: st. 8, 1628. Jo inn. Donthie. Marie. Thomasdn. U Jasper 2 sone of Elingston in com. Dorset mar. Mary da. of Yarde of Cherston in Com. Devon relicta Christ: Oray Esq. Tho: 8 sone=Eath: da. of Leigh in of Horsey com. Dors, of in com. Dor- set V Sar l^iles Sara ob. s.p. 6 sone. — — Elin' vx. Jo: John Chnrohall of 7 sone. Dorohesf . THE VISITATION OF DOKSETSHIBE, 1628. 71 |A Jasper 4 gone Lawren: 5 sone of Frome mar.=p. ... da. & hey: of Angell Smith ob. sine p'le the da. of ... . Adyn. relicta Geo: Graye. Elino' Sara John Angell Ehzb: Anne 1 da. 2 da. 1 sone. 2 sone. 1 da. 2 da. (Signed) Bo: Meller. [Harl. 1166, fo. 61.] Arms. — Azure, two bars argent between three lions passant in pale or. Crest. — A bulFs head couped gules, armed and ducally gorged or. A patent granted to John Minteme of Newland in p'ochia Batcombe in Com. Dorsett by Rob't Cooke Clar. 1581. John Mynteme of Newland in parochis of Batcomb in com. Dorset. Jonn Mynteme of the same.=p Joim Mynteme of the Bame.=FMarg^ da. of Joh: WoUey of Leighe in com. Dorset. Jonn Mynteme of Batoomb^pfHran: da^ of John Maye of Ghaterhouse [.Dorset. m com. in com. Som'set. Joane 1 da. vz. Tho. Balston Elino' 2 da. vx. Rich. Draper of Dorothie of Honkharst in com. Dorset. Haslebonrth in com. Dorset. 8 dan. )nn John son & hey.=pBridget da. of S' John Hen: 2 sone=Bridget da. of Joh: Uamge 1628. Browne of flframpton. of Lvndon. Eeyme of London. Joim 1 sone letat. 2, 1628 2 sonne. £Ehm: 1. Jane 2. (Signed) John Mintebne. (Signed) He: Mintebne. 72 THE VISITATION OF DOR8ET8HIEB, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 89«».] Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Oules, a maunch ermine^ the handy proper^ holding a fleur-de-lis or^ all fviMn a hordure argent; 2, Or, a chevron between three lozenges azure^ on a chief gules an eagle displayed of the first [Hyde] ; 8, Sable, a lion rampant argent, debruised by a bendlet gules [Chitbghill]. Over all four quarterings a crescent for difference. Crest. — A maunch ermine, the hand, proper, holding a fleur-de-lis [or], a crescent for difference. Mohnn of Fleet thus Quartered under the hand of William Camden, Clarentiulx, with this Crest. Rob't Mohun of Baynton=rMarg* da. & coh. of Hide of Hide in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. 3V Rod* Mohun=pMelier da. of ... . Py tt of of Baynton. I. Jonn Blanford in com. Dorset. 8. John Mohun of Magnerton: in com. Dorset. T 1. Mulier vx. Dakcomb. I Heale of Deuon. O. • • • • ViL. • • • « Heale of Deuon. 1 2. Maximillion Mohun of ffleete=f=Anne da. & ooh. of John Churchill in com. Dorset. I of Corton in com. Dorset. Churchell Bob't 8. Oeorge 5. Muttx. John Weston ElizD:2. Marg*: 4. 2 sone — of Hethell in com, — — ob. sine p*le. John 4. Devon: Anne 8. Elinor 5. Maximillion Mohun of ffleete in= com. Dorset now liuinge 1628. =Elizb: da. of ffiran: Ghawcott of Whitwaye in com. Dorset. 1 Maximillion Mohun of ffleete sone and hey: SBtat. 8 annoru' 1628. .... Mohun a daughter sBtat. 1 annoru*. (Signed) Ed: Shawe for M' Max Moohb. THB VISITATION OP DOESETSHIRB, 1628. 73 iWorfian. [Harl. 1166, fo. 11^] Arms. — Argent, on a bend cotised sable a fleur-de-lis between two cinquefoils of the fieldy a martlet for difference. Crest. — An heraldic tyger sefant sable, maned and tufted or, charged on the shoulder with a martlet for difference, supporting in the dexter paw a battle-axe [or ?], staff gules. Tho: Morgan 4 8onne.=F Henry Morgan of Man8ton=T=Gatherine da. of Joh: in com. Denon. Strobridge of [svi]. Bob^ Morgan of Broadwinsor=pAgne8 da. of John Hen. Morgan of Manston in in com. Dorset Lininge 1628 Raw of Betscomb com. Deaon mar. Marg^ da. of 2 Sonne. in com. Dorset. Edm: Eenn of Hntton in com. Som'set. T 1. Cathenn. 2. Dorothey. 8. Agnes. Strode Morgan filins et hseres »tat. 18, 1628. Henry 2 Sonne. Hen: Bone & hey: Stat. 6. Anne 1. Ehzab: 4. Marg^ 2. Jane 5. Rebecka 8. Mary 6. (Signed) Rob'te Morgan. [Harl. 1166, fo. 66^] Arms. — Quarterly gules and ermine, in the first and fourth quarters a goafs hecul erased or, a crescent for difference. Bespicted for proofe. Tho. Morton of Olenston [sicl in com. Dor8et.=f T Geo. Morton of Qlenston=r= Tho. Morton of Henbnrie=7=Ma]7 da. of Tho. eldist Sonne. in com. Dorset. Earle of Denon. Geo. Morton=p of Glenston. r Thoma8_Morton of Henbcrie=pHonor da. of Tho. Hnssey of Tomson in com. Dorset. in com. Doi'set Lininge 1628. S' Geo. Morton of Glenston E^ k Baronett. 'ho. Tho. Sonne & hey : Walter Henry Mary statis 9, 1628. 2 sone. 8 sone. a dan. (Signed) Tho: Morton. 74 THE VISITATION OF D0R8BTSHIBE, 162S. [Harl. 1166, fo. 44^] Abks. — Argent, a mlttre engrailed between fciwr emquefMe guise. Crest. — A demi heraldic antelope rampant erased or, armed argent. Came out of Scotland [the name being Napier]. John Napp* of . . . .=T=Anne da. of John Bnssell in the p'ish of Swyer in com. Dorset. Ed w. Napp' of Oxfordsh: mar. da. of S' James Napp' of Pouncknol^. ... da. John Petoe of Oxfordsh: in com. Dorset. Edw. 1 sone mar da. of ... . Will'm 2. Christ'r 8. Thorn. 4. Wakema' of Warwicksh: Esq. of ... . Illerye of Dorsetsh: John Napp' & Bob: Napp' K* of Morechrichell=^Magdalyn da. of W" Denton 1 sone. in com. Dorset. of Tunbridge i 2 wife^ in com. Kent S"^ Natha: Napper of Morechrichell=rElizb: da: & hey: of Joh: Gerrard of Hide Liainge 1623. in the Isle of Purbeck. II II Rob* 2. Natha: 4. John 3. Henry 5. James 6. Gerrard sone Magdaly & hey: etat. 1 dan. 17, 1628. (Signed) I I T\ Anne 2. Jane 4. Elizab. 8. ffiran: 5. Nath: Napper. Will'm Napp' of Pouncknoll in- com. Dorset 2 sone. =Anne da. of Will'm Shelton of Yngarpark-hall al's Pattel-hall Esq: in com. Essex Esq. [sic]. \ Geo. 1 sone ob. sine p'le. Jonn 2 sone &, hey:: now Lining 1623 of Pouncknol. :ffran: da. & ooh: of John Jesop of East Chickrill in com: Dors: gent: Andrew 8 sone ob. sine p'le. Rob: Napp' 4 sonenow=f=Kath: da. of Edw: liuinge 1623 of Bex- Warha' of Ossington ington in com. Dors. in com. Dorset. Edw: 5 sone ob. sine pr'le. Will'm 6 sone ob. sine prole. Andrew 2. Rob't: 8. Edw: 4. Will'm sone & John 6. hey: aetat. 16 — annor. 1628. Shelton 6. (Signed) John Napper. Amndell 7. Anne Eatherine 1 da. 2 dan. ineri] (Signed) Rob : Napper. * Added in penoiL THE VISITATION OP DOESETSHIBE, 1628. 76 [Harl. 1166, fo. 43»>.] Arms. — Qtiarterly : 1 and 4, Azure^ three pelicans OTy vulning themselves gules ; 2 and 8, Oules, two demi-beUs palewise argent; over all four quarters a crescent for difference; impaling^ Argent, on a chevron sable three qmtrefoils or [Eybe]. Gbsst. — A peacock in his pride argent. Antho: Pelha' of .... in oom. Sassez.=p 1 da. of Thacher of Pre8t-=T=Harb^ Pelham of Michellham=r2. Elizb: da. hall in com. Sufisex. in com. Sossez. Herb't 1 Bone mar. Penelopie John TJloxg^ yx. 8F Thom: Palmer da. of the Lo: Delaware. 2 sone. of Wingham Kent. I Herb*: 1. Thom 3m: 2. Edw: 8. Tho: Pelha' of Oompton^Blanch da. of of Tho: Lo: Delawarre. tno: Valence in com. Dorset lioinge 1628. Rob: Eyre of Welk in com. Som'set. Antl 2 sone. J Anne nz. Edw: Clarke of Dor- chest^ Elizb. vx. John Hnmphrie of Charlton in com. Dorset. Bob't Sonne A heyre SBtat. 8 qoart. Thomas.* ffarbert.* EUzabeth.* of a yeare 1628. (Signed) Thomas Pelham. [Harl. 1166, fo. 46.] .... Peasing.TF . . . . Peasinge of Abbotsbnrie in com. Dorse t.=7= Hngh Peasinge of Abbotsbnrie.=f=Dorothie da. of . . A >nn T John Peasinge Abbot of Abbotsborie. . Browne in com. Sossez. * These three haye been added in pencil. 76 THE VISITATION OF D0BSET8HIRE, 1628. A| I Rog: Pea8inge=f=. ... da. of ... . 1 sone. Samwajs. Joh: Peasinge of Lill-= ington in com. Dorset lininge 1628. mnfil. I John fil. et hseres. Edith ob. s. p*le. Joane da. of Ohrist' Darbie of ABkemille in com. Dorset. >nn Joane Yxor Rich: Gillingha* rect: hey: SBtat. 21 eccFn de Lillingto'. 1 628. John sone &=T=Anne da. of Donthie ux. Geo: Marye Lawr: Swet- Sandford of Lon- vnmaried. man of Sher- don. borne. mn John Peasinge sone and hey: etat. 2 annor. 1628. (Signed) John Psbyng. [Harl. 1166, fo. 68.] Abms. — Argent, a chevron between three rosea gules, Obest. — A square beacon on wheels or, fired proper. Tho. Phillipps of Monntagne in^. ... da. of ... . Smith com. Som*set. Tho. Phillipps=f second sonne. Jon: PhiUippi of Moantague Sonne & heyre. in com. Som'set. . ... da. of & Tho:Speake& sister of ^ Greo. Speake. Rich: 8 sone. I'Edw. S' Edw. Phillipp8=r Master of the Rolls 4 sone. S" Thomas Phillipps E^ & Baronett. Rich: Phillipps of=fElizb. da. of Tho Edw: 2. Rich. 8. Corfe Mollynn in Com. Dorset. Strode of Stoke Ynder Hamden in com. Dorset. &Rob'tPhmippB of Monntagne K^ Liueinge 1628. Theophila vx. Nicho. Hnmph: of Wmi- bome. Tho. Phillinps: of Corf Mm- lyns in com. Dorset Lin- mge 1628. :Dorothie da. of Tho. Hus- sey of Tom- sonn in com. Dorset. Anne vx. Elizab: 8. Tho. Gill- — ingham. Margeri 4. > a THB VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIBE, 1628. 77 ^omfret [Harl. 1166, fo. 62^] Arms. — Quarterly or and gulssj a bend sabUy over all a label of five points of the last. John Pomfret of London descended of Pomf ret=r of Pomfret CasUe in com. Yorke. Thomas Pomfret of OhipinghongernrMarg^ da. -^ in com. Essex fiUns 8. of [sic]. 1. John. 2. Edw: ob: s.p. f Elizab: da. of Hngh=Thomas Pomfret ofnrSophire da. of Law: Sachen'ell of Ohan- ton Morle in com. Dorset yx. 2. Dinilish in com. Dorset filins et h»r. snp'stes 1628. Johannes filins et hser. Stat. 14, 1628. 2. Thomas nt. 12. Radford of Mount Radford in com. Denon. Elizab: mar. to Hen. Coker of Warham in com. Dorset. ^K) Jl JJ iJ 4. Robert 1. Elizab. 2. Bridget 4. wnui: 8Btat. 8. SBtat. 18. astat. 16. set. 7. 8. Lawrence 5. Oeorge 8Bt. 10. stat. 6. 8. Salina 5. Sophire 8Bt. 0. (Signed) Thomas Pomfbbtt. [Harl. 1166, fo. 85.] Arms. — Argent, two chevronels gulesy on a canton [of the last] an escallop or^ all wUhin a bordure of the second. Respicted for proofe. John Pope de com. Soath*t=T= I Rob* Pope of Mamhull in com. Dorset.=fJoane da. of Tho : Polden of MamholL George 1 son John Pope of Marnhnll'^Catherine da. of ... . Buckler of rector eccrice. in com. Dorset 2 sonne. I Wolcomb in com. Dorset. [«kj] (Signed) John Pope. 78 TEE YISITATIOK OP DOB8BT8HIBS, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 60^] AagOBtine Ptne of Stowell=f . ... da. of .... & widdow in com. Som set. of ... . Soper. . . . . da. of . . . .=LewiB Pyne of Chilfcon^oane, da. of ... . Whibbye Phelps 2 We. in com. Som'set. I 2 wife [mc]. Will'm Pyne. John Pyne of Wotton Glanfeild=FVrBula da. of Geo. Raymond 1628, 2 filius. I of Ilchester. (Signed) John Pyke. [Harl. 1166, fo. 18.] Arms.— iSbife, three mantygere passant in pale argent. Lawrence Radford of Mont-nFMare* Sist: of & Walt: Radford in com. Denon. Rawleighe. Eath: da. of Tho: Yuedall^^Arthare Radford of Dalish^Elizb: da: and hey: of of Horton in com. Dorset in com. Dorset Lineinge 2 wife. 1628. Rog: Mawdlyn of Nnnye in com. Som'set. Rawieigh 2 sonne Will'm Arthnie sonne db hey : Elizabeth »t. 15. 8 sone. »tat. 20. a dan. (Signed) A. Badfobd. [HarL 1166, fo. 84«».] Anns. — Sable^ a /esse wavy between three eseuteheons or, each charged with a Hon rampant gules. Geest. — A denU-Uon rampant gules, supporting a Danish battle^aae argent^ handle or. Will'm Rawks of ffifeild^oane da. of John Tolleniey Neoill in ooxn. Dorset. | of fSfeild Qointen. THE YISITATIOK OV DOBSBTSHIRE, 1623. 79 Agnes mar. to Job: Sejmer. Al 1. AogiiBtme. 2.Will*mob:B.p. >hn I John BawlesnrChristian da. of Nich: Joane Yzor of ffifeiid 8 filiuB. Romaine of Lidlinch .... Chafie in CO. Dorset. of Holwell. Ohristian. Joane. warm Rawle8=jF da. of Will'm fil, et hasres. I Lacye Esq. Joane mar. to Tho: Yonnge of Sturmist'. fHran: John I. Will'm. Elizab: Bawles 2. — filins et haer. — — Yrsnla. »t. 25. 8. Thomas. Sosan. mL. [Harl. 1166, fo. 22^] Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Argsnty a mullst sahUy an a ehUf or a fleur-cU-Us gules ; 2 and 8, Argent, freiiy eablSy a chief gules. Obbst. — A fleur-de-lis or. John^^EVz.^ Jon: Rogers of Brain8ton=T=Eath: da. of Rich: Weston E* ynder in com. Dorset. j Treasurer of England. S' Rich: Rogers of Brian8ton.=f=Marg^ da. of & Andrew Lntterell of Dunster. I Rich: Roger8=f=ffran: da: of flfran: S' of Blanford 2 Sonne. ' Jonn 1 S* Aubyn of Alf ox- of Brianston ton. his 2 wife Marg^ da. of S' Arth: Hopton. Rogers^=Joane da. Andr: Rogers of 9f Joh: Sonne & hey: Browne of man La: Mary firampton. Sejmor da: to the Duke of Somerset. Jon: sone & hey: Joane Rich: 2 sonne. Eaw: Roger8=Howard da. of & 88t. 16, 1628. a da. sone&heyre. John Strangways. (Signed) Richard Rogsrs. * These names hare been added in pencil. imm 80 THB VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIEE, 1628. [Harl. 1166,fo. 88^] Arms. — Argent, on a bend coUsed sable three hzenges ermine. Crest. — A greyhound sejant sable, bezantee^ collared or. Joh'es Ryueg de Damery Court=7=Amy filia of .... Haruy of Lawnsone in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. John Rines of Damery^Elizab. filia Joh'is Marnin Court in com. Dorset. de fonntell in com. Wiltes. Elizab. vx. Tho. Salmo' decom. South. Amy Lucy vxor vxor Tho. Badd BeUot de de Obiere s.p. South. Hib*nia. ,„i I. 2. Georgius. 8. Carolus. Henricus Riues 4 filius duxit Jacobus 5 filius duxit et in Hib*nia et habet proles. Georgius Riues fil. Elizab. et hsBr. set. 28. fil. Will'm's Riues miles 6 filius et Attumat: D'ni Reg: in Hibemia. I 1. 1 Valentine Dorothea filia= Joh es Riues= Anna filia Tho : Ryues 7 fil. Hen. Hast- de Damerie Rob'ti Do^ Legu' Court in ~ ob. s.p. inges de Napper Woodland in com. Dorset in com. com. Dorset Esq. s.p. miles. Dorset milit. YX. 1 s.p. duxit filia* [sic] Waldro' de com. Leic: I Rob tus Ryues de Randleston in' com. Dorset 2 filius. =Margareta filia et cob: WilPmi Oillett de Kingston in Insula Purbeck. Matheus Ryues 5 filius duxit Maria filia* Markes James de Insula Vectis. T Elizab: ux. Geo: Marnin de Enoell in com. Wiltes. Mar^areta vx. Ric'i Gk)lston de iJderberie in com. Wiltes. I Markes Riues fil. et hasr. set. 24, 1628. Rob'tus Ryues= de Blanford in com. Dorset 2 filius. Rob*tus filius ethffiresst.24 annoru' 1628. =Maria filia Jacobus 8 filius duxit Riciu:^ns Riues 4 sonne . . . . Jordaine Francesca fil. Thome duxit Editha filia Joh'es de Lime in Auerie in com. Wiltes. Seamore de Hanford in CO. Dorset. com. Dorset Ar. ^ , T n Ti 1. Joh'es set. 14. Ric'us Riues Anna st. 9. Edith ast. 8. — filius primog' — — 2. Rob*tas 8Bt. 10. »t. 7 annor. Elizab. »t. 6. Dorothe »t. 1. THE VISITATION OP DOBSETSHISE, 1628. 81 La Joh'es Rynes de Bandleston in com.=f=Anna filia Oeo. Bnrley de Longe Dorset filios primogenitus. 8. Anne. 4. Elizab. Pariah in com. Sonth. Millicenta 2 filia Tx. Jo: Foile filij primo- feniti [sic] 0: Foile [of] Shaftes- borie. Margareta vxor Leonardi Wel- stedfilijsprimo- geniti [sic] Leonardi Welsted de Milton Abbis in com. Dorset. 6eorgius=T=Maria I. j( Riues de Randle- ston in com. Dorset fil. et hser. filial Tho. Hossej de Tompson in com. Dorset Ar. 2. John set. 28. 8. Ric*ns St. 26. 4. Rob'tUB set. 22. Joh'es Riues fil: primogenit* est. 9, 1628. Elizab: stat. 7^ [Harl. 1166, fo. 46^] Arms. — Argent^ on a sdltire azure five waUr-lougets or, a chief guUi, Cbest. — On a gauntlet lying fese&wise argent an heraldic antelcpe'e head of the same, armed and maned or. Christ' Sachea'ell of Chantmarrell=7=lsabell da. A hey: of ... . Walton in com. Dorset. 1 of Walton in com. Som^set. 1 Christop' Hngh 2npAnne da. Rob't: 8 sone of John Sachen^ell of=f Anne da. of 1 Sonne ob. sin. p'le. Sonne of Chant- marrell. of Deering of \eio\ Barton in com. Bnckland in Com: Christ'=:Anne Wilrm 2. 1 sone. da. of — ffitton. Hngh 8. Dors: mar: da. of ... . Gnppie.=jF I Dorset nowe lioinge 1628. Christy. ... da. of ... . Isone. Jonn Tho: Jessep ofChilcomo in com. Dorset. Sachea*ell=T=Debora da. of Will'ms of Tina' rector eccl'sd de in com. Dors : East-stoke in Com: Dorset. S^ John 4. I 1 . . . . a Sonne a dan: Theophilns 2. Timothie 8. John sone & hej : 88tat. 10 : annom' 1628. 1 I Dale of[wr]. Anne 1 dan 8 \eic\ da. (Signed) John Saoheusbell. 82 THE VI8ITATI0K OF D0R8BTSHISE, 1628. falter. [Harl. 1166, fo. 52''.] John Salter of Oomb-Eanies in com. Dorset. ill' T Will'm Salter o^FAlice da. of Tho: White of Winterborne Comb: Kanies. S* Martin in Com: Dorset. 2. Elizb: da: of Edw: Dnninge=T=John Salter of Comb'^Auice da. of Thorn of East Burton in Com: Dorset. Kanies living 1628. Godfrye 1 wife. I John 2 Sonne setat. one yeare & a halfe. Will'm Salter sone & hey: ffitat. 8 annorn' 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 7^] Arms. — Sahle^ on afessB between three crosses patonce or as many martlets of the fields a crescent for difference. Cbest. — A lion's gaml erect and erased or, holding a mallet gules. Hen. Samwayes of Bicomb=f=. ... of ... . Bayly of in Com. Dorset. I Ceme in Com. Dorset. Hen. Samwayes of Brodway=T=Elizab. da. of John Payne of in Com. Dorset. Vpway in Com. Dorset. da. of Tho: Loope of Hide=7=John Samwayes of Brodway=TrAnna filia Hugo Anne in the parish of Beare Regis in com. Dorset 1 vx: in Com. Dorset fil. et hser. SBC . . idrew >nn Martin of Ceborow in com. Som'set. Andrew Samwayes filins Maria filia John Samwayes 2 fil, 2. Amie. 8. Anne, et hser. aetat. 14, 1628. set. 18. ffitat. 6, 1623. (Signed) John Samwates. THE TISITATION OP DORSETSHIRE, 1628. 83 [Harl. 1166, fo. 70^] .... Saaage.=F Rich : Sauage of Bloxworth=F Agnes da. of ... . Willis of Pidle- Hugh, in com. Dorset. j trenthead in Com. Dorset. Will'm Saoage of Bloxworth=T=Petronell da. of Rob : Welsted of in com. Dorsett. Wymbome Minster in com. Dorset. Marg* mar. to Geo: Sauage of Blox-=pMary da. & hey: of (Jeruis Ashley of Sher- T^i._ ni.nj ^if 1.1. : tv 1. ]yQYUQ iu Com. Dorsct & of his wife da: & heyre of Joh: Miller of Worth Matrauers in CO. Dors. John Child of worth in com. Dorset Newton. was Liuinge 1628. Rich: 2 sonne Will'm sonne & hey:=T=Joane da. of Geo. Agnes 1. Mary 4. mar. Dorothie Counsellor at Lawe Ric : Page 8 sone — I ofV: da: of W°» of the Midle Temple Hardye of London. Beoksington in Com. Dors: Yxendon st. 19. Elizab. 2. Mabell 5. in couL Midd. — Marger: 8. Geo: sonne and hey: 8 months old 1628, 18 of Septemb: (Signed) Geoboe Sauage. [Harl. 1166, fo. 81«>.] kvMB.— Quarterly : 1 and 4, Oules [or]y a pair of taings conjoined^ tips downwards y or [gules^ on a chief [of the second] three martlets [argent] ; 2, Barry wavy of six argent and azure, on a chiejf gules three mtdlets or; 8, Argent^ six cmquefoiUy three, tuw, and one, gules. Cbebt. — On a chapeau [gules], turned up ermine, two wings affixed to the sides or. John Seymer of Hanford=T=Agnes da. of Will'm Rawles of in com. Dorset Esq. 1 fSleild Neuill in com. Dorset. • 84 THE YISITATION OF DOBABXSHIBE, 1628. AJ S' Rob't Seymer of Hanford in com. Dorset K* one of y* tellers of the Excheq: sup^stes 1623. X — -^ ii'i Will'm 1 Bonne ob. s.p. Henry: Sejrmer filioset hasres. 'Joane the eldest da. of S' Will'm Pitt of Wesmis'. [ Henry=f=Catherin da. Welste'. of Henry Clarke Esq. :Mary da. of Hen : Wel- stede of Sonthcottes in com. Midd's. . Rob* 4. WiU'm 2 SBt. 9. I D set. 8. 8. John John set. 6. ob, s.p. Penelope mar. to 2. Edith Peter Batesworth »t. 16. son & hey: of — Pet"^ Betesworth 8. Agnes of ffinin^ in com. st. 7. Sossex fisq. (Signed) Rob. Setmeb. [Harl. 1166, fo. 6.] Vide Somer's*. Rich: Sidnam of Winf ord Egle=rJane da. of ... . Moore of in Com. Dorset (rent. Moorehayes in Com. Denon. io: Si Sidnam of=,=Elizb: da: of S^: John fiUlford the same place. in Com: Denon K*. Will'm Sidna' of Winford Egle in Com.^Mary da: of S': John Jeflferie of in Dorset now lininge 1628 SBtat: 80. | Com: Dorset de Cotherstone [^u;]. flfran: sBtat. 6, 2 sone. WiU'm sone & hey : SBtat. 8 annor. 1628. Mary 1 da. Elizb. 2 da. Martha 8 dan. setat. 10. setat. 4. rotat. 1. ^marte. [Harl. 1166, fo. 7.] Rob*: Smarte of West Chickrill^Joane da: of Tho: Creese & of Edith his wife in Com: Dorset gent. | da: of Owen Hebbs gen : in com. Dorset. THE VISITATION OF DOBSETSHI&E^ 1628. 85 Nich: 2 Bone. A| Rob* Smarte of West= Cbickrill in Com. Dorset gent. Liuinge 1628. Perciuall 2. WiU'm 3. -Mary da: of Perciaall Meggs of Brodford Peuerell in Com: Dorset gent. Joane vx"^ W"* Clarke of Witcomb in Com: Dorset. John sone & bey: setat : 5, 1628. ^1 I Hono' 1. Mary 2. Jane 3. (Signed) ri Bndget 4. Joane 5. Bob't Smarte. 1. Mande da. of Tbo. Pa^ne- of Winterslowe in com. Wilts. [HarL 1166, fo. 67.] • =Will'm Stagge of Ash- ton in Com. Dorset. :2. Margerie da. of Mathewes of Hnnington. Wili'm Stagg eldist Sonne. Giles Stagge of Ashton in=j=Marg* da. of John Ponldon of Com. Dorset Liyinge 1628. Dncesdon [?] in com. Dorset. Giles=f=Anne Sonne. da. of Qreene. Thom : 4. Bich. 8. Will'm Stagge=Mary sone & hey: da. of stat. 80. Bartlet. , I Marg* mar. to Hen: Lockyer. Snzan mar. to Rob: Boyne. I Alice vn- mar. I I [Signed with a mark.] Marg^ Mary. a dan. [Harl. 1166, fol. 6^] Arms. — Quarterly of eight: 1, Sable, a bend or between six fountains proper; 2, Argent, two bars and in chief three estailes sable; 8, Chiles, two bends wavy OT; 4, Oules, a bendfusilly or; 5, Argent, on a chief azure three crosses pattee fitchee at foot of the first; 6, Sable, three garbs argent; 7, Argent j on a bend sable three foxes [?] passant or; 8, &ules, an inescutcheon within eight martlets in orle argent. Crest. — A demi-greyfriar habited in russet, holding in the dexter hand a scourge and in the sinister a cross both or. Will'm Lord=rElizb. da. of Edm : Dudley soro' Joh'is Stourton. Dncis Northnmbrisd. 86 THE VISITATION OF O0B8ETSHIRE, 1623. A| Charles lo: Stoarton. L Arthur Stourton'2 sone M' of the Jewell= house to Qu: Marise. =Anne da. of ... • Mackwill'm. Edw: Stourton 1 Sonne. I Phillip Stourton of Owremo7gne=pJoane da. of ... . S^ John in in Com: Dorset 2 sonne. com. [«ib]. Hen: 2 Sonne. "WiU'm Stourton of Owremoigne- in Com: Dorset Liueinge 1623. ^1, 2. Charles est. 7. =Marg* da: of Geo: Crope Grissester of Ashley in Hampsh : a dau: 8. Thomas set. 2. Phill: 1 sonne 1. Marg^ 2. firan: ffitat. 10, 1628. (Signed) Will'm: Stowbton. [Harl. 1166, fo. 14.] Arms. — Quarterly of six : 1, SahlSy two li&ns passant paly of six argent and yules ; 2, Or, a chevron yules tvithin a hordure enyrailed sable; 3, Sable, a fret or; 4, Azure, three crescents aryent; 6, . . , , six lions rampant, three, two, and ane . . . .; 6, . . . .five barrulets .... Crest. — A lion passant paly of six aryent and yules. ^ Giles Strangwayes de Melburie=j=Jana filia maxima natu Joh'is in Com. Dorset miles. Mordant militis. Hen: Strangwayes de Melburie^Margareta filia iuniora Georgij Manners D'ni in com. Dorset. & Giles Strangwayes of Melburie^ Sampford in com. Dorset K^ Rosse et soror Comitis Rutland'. Johanna eldest da: of John Wadham sister & coh: of Nic. Wadham of Merefeild in com. Som's. Esq. founder of Wadha' CoUadg. Anna vxor Elizab. 2 filia John Strang-= . . . . vx. Jo: Bui- wayesof Mel- Bridgman. ler de Lilies- burie sonne & =p don. heyre. Judith vx. Edw: Biss. =Dorotheyda. of S^ John Thynne of Longleate in com. Wiltes Nicholas Georg 3 fil: 2 fil: duxit duxit filia Elizabetha' Sidenha' de Berkley et Wanf ord in ob. s.p. com. Dors: ob. s.p. THE VISITATION OF DOBSETSHIBE, 1623. 87 f A| Dorothea filia maxima natn vx: Joh'is Maiming de Col- lompton in com. Deuon'. Grace 2 filia vx. Edw: Chamb'laine de Mawgoes- berie in com. Glouc. Henricus 2 filiiis ob. s.p. ThoL 5 filias obijt s.p. Nicholas 4 fil* duxit Anna' filia' Geo: Trenchard de Anna vx. Geo. Norton de Woloeton mil: p* Anna' filia Geo: Speake. Abbatteslej in com. Som's: Georgius set. 7. Johannes ffit. 4. Nicholas set. 3. Gracia 9. Elizab. 5. Giles filins primogenitus dnxit francisca' filia' Hen : Newton de Barzcourt in com. Glouc. ob. s.p. )hn H^ John Strangwayes de= Melburie Sarapford 3 filius et hffires fratru. sup'stes 1623. -Gracia filia maxima natu Geo: Trenchard de Wolueton. Wadham Strangwais filius primog. ob: s.p. Giles 2 filins et hser. fratris sBtat.Dannorn' 1628. 8. Jacobus aet. 7 annoru'. Howard filia primo- genita vx. Edw : Rogers de Brianston in com. Dorset. I. V 2. Jana SBt. 12. 8. Elizab. st. 10. [Harl. 1166, fo. 64^] Geo. Strang ways of Winterbome=f=Elizab: da. & hey: ofWill'm Birport Muston in com. Dorset. I of West Holme in com. Dorset. Giles Strangways of Winterbome Muston=j=Luce da. of Tho: Henry 2 son died in com. Dorset son & heire. Vide fo. 14. Horsey of Martin. at Bullen. Tho. Strangways of Winterbome Muston=f=Anrfe da. of Joh. Bonham of Haselbeare filias et hser. sup'stes 1628. in com. Wiltes Esq. 1. Maoell. 4. Luce. Gil 2. Selina. 8. Grace. 4. 5. Mary. 6. Jane. Giles Strang- ways filius et haercs set. 21 annorn'1623. I I I 2. Thomas set. 18. \ Elizab: 10. Vrsnla. 8. George aet. 12. 8. Dorothy. 11. Bridget. 4. John aet. 10. 9. Anne. 12. Rebecca. (Signed) Tho»« Steakoways. 88 THE VISITATION OP BOBSETSHIBE, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 69^] Aems. — Quarterly of eight: 1 and 8, Ermine^ on a canton sable a crescent argent; 2, Quarterly^ i and iv, Erminey a /esse gules [Bitton] — ^ii and iii, Chiles^ a bend between six cross-croslets or [Fuenbaux] ; 3, Gfules, a lion rampant or^ debruised by a bendlel ermifie [Fitchbt] ; 4, [Argenty'] a chevron gules betiveen three ermine spots [sabUi] [Jerardj ; 6, mdeSy a wyvern unth wings endorsed argent [Brent] ; 6, Ermine, on a chevron sable three mullets argent; 7, Quarterly, i and iv, Argent, a fesse sable within a bordure of the same [Hody] — ii, Argent, a bull passant sable within a bordure of the second, bezantee [Cole] — iii, Argent, a chsvron ermines between three Moors' heads sidefaced, couped, sable [Jewb]. Cbbst. — A demi'lion rampant or. Warinus de la Strode primns familia qaanta : ex Chartis antiqnis Oonstat.=T= WiU'm de Strode miles.=T= ^1 Hugo de Strode.=T= John Strode mile8.=i= Boo't 2 sonne. Hugh de Strode.=jF Hen. de Strode.=j=Matild da. of ... . Hugh Strode sone & heyre.=r Beatrix da. & coh: of Joh: Button. Edm: 2 sonne. Hen. Strode.=T=Elizb: da: & hey: of Joh: Brent. 1. Margerie da. & hey: of Jererd.=TrEich: Strode.=2. Elizb: da. of . . . . Wilrm Strode.=f=Alice da. & hey: of Kog: de Leddred. ^1 Wiirm Strode.=T=Marg* da. of Joh: Cheny of Pinhoe in Com: Deuon. .-r-J' Christian da. of Joh: Pokeswell.=f=Joh: Strode.=Elizb: da. of Eich: Palshott. Rob: Strode of Perham.T=Elizb: da: & hey: of Eeignold Hodye. * THB VISITATION OP D0BSBT8HIBB, 1828. 89 Eaih: da. of Oeo.nrJohn Strode of • . . .^Marg* da: & hey: of lo: Oromwell« T Christ: Hadley. I S^ Rob: Bdw: 2. Thorn: 4. Geo: Strode of Wymbome=FMary da: of W* Strode — — minster in Com: Dorset fSeete of Chartam 1 Sonne. John 8. George 5. Lininge 1628. in Kent Abraham sonne & hey: »tat. 15. Jonn 2 sonne setat. 10. Mary a da: »tat: 21. [HarL 1166, fo. 42^] Arks. — Or, a bmd eomponee ermine and ermines^ a creBcmtfor diffenmB. Respited for proofe, this ooate was entred for Style of Paddle Towne. Another Coat : Sdbh^ guttS d'eau, three roses argent. John Stile of Pnddle towne=f=Marg^ da. of Winter Hay of ChetnoU in Com. Dorset. in Com. Dorset. George John Style of Pnddle towne in=rJoane da. of Bob*t Bartlet of 2 sonne. com. Dorset lininge 1628. Paddle Towne in com. Dorset. George=T=Elizb: 8 sonne of Paddle Towne. da. of Robert Love- lace. Rich: 2 sonne & hey: »tat. 85, 1628. V WlcB 4. Henry 5. John 1 sonne now at Oast- end 1628. >nn John sone & hey: »tat. 1, 1628. Etheldred a dan. Mary 2 daa. i Beniamin 2 da. Sheringe of Padle Towne. I (Signed) Jomr Sttlc 90 THE VISITATION OP DORSBTSHIEB, 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 27^] Arms. — Sahhy three Imcks trippant or. Crest. — A demi-Iion rampant .... holding in the paws an esquire^ a helmet argent, garnished or. A Patent granted to Jesper Swift of London by Robert Cooke Clarentiux 1671. Hen : Swif te of Saxhayes in Com. Dorset.=T= I John Swif te of Saxhayes.^ Jasper Swifte of London.=y=Eath: da. of ... . Hulmes of London. Jasper Swifte of Exiter and Doct: of Qarrat Swifte of=pMary da. of Jannerlyne Dininitie. London. a french woman. Aran: maried to Ed: Wood WilPm Swifte of Blandford=FKath : da. of Thorn: of Cliste in Com: Deuon. nowe Liueinge 1623. f I. m Louell of Raston in com. Dorset. Anne 1 da. setat. 2 annor. 1623. Mary 2 da. setat. 1. (Signed) William Swtft. [Harl. 1166, fo. 2.] Arms. — Azure, a /esse between three gauntlets clenched or, a crescent for difference. Wiirm Talbott of Bradmayne al's Maynmartyn=T=. . ^ . da. of . . . . Yeomans in com. Dorset gent. of London. I I John Talbot WiU'm Talbott of=rAlice da. of John Heminge of Poxwell 2 Sonne. Brodmayne gent, in Com. Dorset Esq. A '* fw^-L^-'f^ THE VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIEE, 1623. 91 ^*J Edm : Talbot Will'm Talbott=i=HoDor da. of Alice vx. Anne vx. Edith vx. 2 Sonne an of Brodmayne apprentis in in Com. Dorset London. G^nt. stat: 82 anno: 1628. W"* Tulse of Edw: W°» Page W°» Locke Hjnton in Shawe of of Charde of Brock- Corn. Bradwaye in Com. ington in Sonthant: in Com: Som'set. Com. Dorset. Dorset. Hono' Talbott eldist dan: atat: Anne 2 dan: atat: 8 quart i 2 annorn' 1628. of yeare 1628. (Signed) Willu' Talbott. Cf)om|)ulU [Harl. 1166, fo. 47^] Arms. — Argent^ a chevron gules between three birds sable, beaked and legged or. Walter Thomhull.y Walt: Thornhnll Anno Kegni Ed'i filij B's Hen: secundi=rCicilie da. Anno 1272 & 1807. of [sic]. Rob't Thornhnll 22 Edw. 1, 1298.=t= John Thornhnll 28 Edw. 1, 1294, 1898,* 1346 & 1349.=T=Agnes da. of [«k;]. Raph Thornhnll hP Edw. 8 et 16 Ei. 2, 1826, 1877 & 1891.=f= WiU'm ThornhnU 42 Edw. 8, 1867.=r Hen. Thornhnll A<» E's Bic'i 2, 1896.=?= I Raph Thornhnll 11 Ri: 2 et 11 H. 4, 1887, 1898 et 1409.=|= Baldwyn Thomholl 22 Ri: 2, 5 H. 4, 6 H. 4 et 2 H. 5, 1898, 1408, 1494t et 1414.^= * aUf, far 1398. f ^ ^or 1404. - * 92 THB TI8ITATI0X OF D0BSET8HIBB, 162S. i ^ J<^n Tbornhnll 23 H. 6, 1444 et 1479.nrAgne8 da. of John Thomhnll A^ 2 Edw. 4 et EL 7, 1479 et 1508.=i=Alioe da: of I I Thorn : Thornhnll 8 H. 7, 1492.=f=Joaiie da. of Thorn: HoaBey Eaq. ! 1 da. & hey: of W"=f Will'm Thonihiin=2. Joane da. of Bridges Esq. Chanoey Esq. 27 H. 8 [1535]. lelicta Gifford. 1. Joane da. of S^ Joh: Tr^onell E^'r^Bob. ThonihiilL=Mai7 da. of Bob: Will'ma Esq. Will lu xuuruuuu ui xuuriuiuu ui uuiii. i^unsvu^j ^m Thornhnll of Thomhnll in oonL Donet.'^FBarbara da. of & Cteo: ^^eake KK Donthie mar. to Will'm Mary mar. to Edw. Anne mar. to Alldred ffitzJames Weston of Stawbridge Drake of Surrey. of Holnest in oonL Dorset Weston in Com. Dorset. I I I I I Geo : Thomhnll of=f=Marg* da: of Geo. John 2. Thom. 3. Will'm 4. Raph. 5. Thomhull Lininge Hnll of Topnddle 1623. in Com. Dorset. Geo. sone & hey: 89 tat. 9 Edw. 2. Thom: 8. Elizab: 1. Anne 3. Marye 4. annor. 1623. — — WiU'm 4. Margt 2. (Signed) Geobgb Thobnhull. [Harl. 1166, fo. 71.] Arms. — Argent, three pellets in fesse cotised eahls, between three CornUh choughs proper. Crest. — A bird's [chough's"] head ercued sable, holding in the beak gules a ehapUt or. Tho: Tregonell of Midleton.=j=. ... da. of ... . Martyn. T THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1623. 93 Jon: Tregonell of Midleton in com. Dorset.=f=AQne da. of ... . Somester of ... . _i Job: Tregonell of Midleton in=f=Kath: da. of ... . Browne & sister oom. Dorset Liuinge 1628. to the VisconDt Mountagae. Thomas Joh: sonne & hey v^Jane da. of S^ Tho: Anne. Kath. Elizab 2 Sonne. stat. 22, 1628. Freak K*. John TregorUll Bonn A heire.^. . . ,da.of , . , . Finn. H A sofin. [Harl. 1166, fo. 88»».] Arkb. — Quarterly : I, Per pale argent and azure, in the first three pallets sable; 2, Ermine, a maunch issuing from the sinister side gules, the hand [proper] holding a fleur-de-lis or [Mohun] ; 8, Azure, crusily or, a lion rampant argent, charged on the shoulder with a fleur-de-lis .... [Jobdan] ; 4, Oules, three bucks' heads couped argent [De la Lynde]. Crest. — An arm embowed, habited azure, cuffed or, the hand proper grasping a trenching-knife in bend sinister, point downwards, argent. Bicardns Trenchard A^ 28 of E. 8 [1851]. T Henricus Trenchard filins et hsres A^ 88 E. 8 [1864].=f Egioins Trenchard filins^ John Mobnn of Wolneton=f=Gristian da. & heire et hssres in com. Dorset. in com. Dorset. of Jo: Jordaine of Wolneton. Henricns Trenchard de Hordhnll=f=Cristian da. & heire of John Mohnn of in Com. Sonth: Esq. Wolneton in com. Dorset Ar. )nn John Trenchard of Hordhnll^pElianC da. of John FillioU of in Com. Sonth. Woodland in Com. Dorset Ar. Hen. Trenchard of=pAnne da. of ... . Bnssell of Berwick Wolneton 2 sonne. I in com. Dorset. B 94 THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1623. B| Tho. Trenchard of Lichett m= Gom. Dors, son & heire. =Auis soror et coh: George Delalind of Clensto' in Com. Dors. Isic] I Anne vx. Edw. Lawrence son &hej: of S' OKuer. I Mary mar. to Christop : Twynihoe in com. Dorset. Anne mar. to Tho. Wish of Wormist' in com. Wilts. [sic] Jane mar. to Elinor mar. to Edm. Drary Geo: Cooke of of Hortonn Tidworth in in com. Buck. com. South : Hen. Trenchard of Litchet=f=Marg* da. of Eob't Drury' of Maltreners in com. Dorset. Hegelley in com. Back. JC*. Anne. G4o. Trenchard son & heire. Thomas 2 sonne. Elizab: Mary. Tho: Trenchard of Hordhnll=FAnne da. of & Tho. in com. South. Delalind. Tho. Trenchard=f Elinor da. of Egidij Strangwaies of Melberie son & heire. Samford in com. Dors. E^ Elizab: filia G^o. Speaker militis vx' 1. Tho. Trenchard sonne & heire.=T= i -8^ George Trenchard de= Wolueton in com. Dors, sup'stes 1623. Jana vx. Joh: Will'ms hcer. Joh'is Williams de Herenston in CO. Dors. K^ =Jana filia Hugonis Banfeild de Sturmist: Newton Castle in com. Dors. vx. 2. Arundell vx. Joh : Freake fil. et haer. Tho. Freake militis. Dorothea virgo set. 21. John 8 8oni= Elizab: fil. Elizab: vx. Joh: Browne filij Annavx.Nic'iStrang- et ob. s.p. Joh'is Rod- et hser. Joh : Browne de wais fr'is Joh: Strang- ney milit'. fframpton in com. Dorset mil: wais militis. S' George Trenchard fil. et hser. Grace vx. Joh'is S' Tho: Trenchard=T=Elizab: fil. duxit .... filia et coh : D'ni Strangwais miles et hsres Darcy de Chich et ob. s.p. militis. sup'stes 1628. Tho. Trenchard filius et h»res sat. 10, 1628. George 2 filius mi. 7. et coh. .... Morgan. THE YISITATIOK OP DOBSETSHIBE, 1628. 96 [Harl. 1166, fo. 68.] Arms. — ErmnSy a lion rampant ffules^ ducally craumed or. George Turberuile of Bere Begis=f=Awdrye da. of ... . Mathewes in com. Dofb. Esq. Alderman of London. Robert filims et haer. Tho: Turberuile of= Woolbridge in com. Dorset 8 son. =Marg* da. of Qoldisborow of Knojle Magna in com. Wiltes. Nicholas 2 soDne. ;. Will'm. John 4. Mathew. 6. George. John Turberuile of Wol-: bridge et Bere in com. Dorset filius et hasr. aet. 68, 1628. :Anne da. of Tho: Lord Howard 1 Viscount Bindon. Thomas 2 son mar. Elinor da. of ... . Knight. Marg* mar. to PhillippPoore. Mathew 2 Sonne. Ehzab. vx. ....Reniger. I Thomas 1 son mar. Dorothy da. of Rob^t Baskitt of Deuilish in com. Dorset Armig: Johannes filius et haeres aetat. 4, 1628. Thomas 2 sonne aatat. 2, 1628. (Signed) George Tubbebuile. [Fo. es^.] To rememb' him when we com to London M' Turberviles son in law for con- finnaco[n] of a coate. Ctotmjo. [Harl. 1166, fo. 17^] Abxb. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Argent, a chevron between three lapmnga sable; 2 and 8, Or^ona bendgulesthree mullets pierced argent, a crescentfor difference [Bamfield]. Geo. Twynihow of Kayford in Com. Somerset.=f= T Mary da. of Tho.=f=Christoph: Tw7nihoe=f=Edith da. & coh: of W« Bamfeild Trenchard of Lichet Maltrauers. of Tumworth in Com. Dorset. of Tumworth in com. Dorset. Anne Elizb. maried to Geo: Twynihoe of=f=yrsula da. of Joh. Charles a da. Rich: Moore of Turn worth in Candle Bishop. Com. Dorset Liuinge 1628. Christ: Sonne & heyre aetat. 28, 1628. George 2 Sonne. Basket of the Isle 2 sonne. of White. Anne Ida. 'bara I Jane 8. Edith 4. Bar 2 da. (Signed) Geobgb Twinyho. 96 THE VISITATION OT DOKSETSEIBB, 1628. [HarL 1166, fo. 26.] Arms. — Quarterly of six: 1, Argent^ a cross moUne gules ; 2, Barry of ten argent and azure, on a canton .... a cross-croslet . . . . ; ^, .... a fret vair ; 4, Azure, a fret or; 5, Azure, two chevrons or^ a cunten of the second; 6, Or, a pheon azure. Crest. — On each side of a chapeau .... turned up ermine, an ostrich-feather, one argent, the other gules. Henry Vuidall of Moore cr'ell.=^l8abell da. of ... . Ernley in com. Wiltea. T S' Edmond filius George Vuidall of Moore Crechel=T=E ... da. of Miller of et haer. ob. s.p. 2 filios et hasr. fratris. I the lie of Pnrbeck. the He of Elizab: filia et ha&r. nupta WilVm Ogden of Moore OrecheU. [Harl. 1166, fo. 10.] Arms. — Oules, a fesse or, in chief a goafs head couped argent, armed of the second, and in hose three escallops of the third, all within a hordure engrailed [gold] ; on the fesse a crescent for difference. Crest. — An arm embowed, hatnted quarterly argent and azure, cuff . ... the hand, proper, grasping a sword by the blade, point downwards, sable, hilt or, the blade charged with three quatrefoils of the first John Warham of Compton=T=. ... da. of ... . Soper of ... . in Com. Dorset. in Com. Som'set. Edw: Warham of Osmington=7=Phillipa da. of ... . Upham of ... • in Com. Dorset. in Com. Som'set. )hn John Warha' of 08mington= in Com. Dorset lining 1623. Phillipp 1. Anne 2. =Anne da. of ... . Mompesson of Corton in Com. Wilts. Edw^ sone & hey: ffitat. 28, 1628. Elath^" 8. ffiran. 4. 6. Thomazine. (Signed) Jo: Warham. THE VISITATION OP BOBSETSHIEE, 1628. 97 [Harl. 1166, fo. 88.] Abms. — Sabhy a /esse between three mascles argent. Obest. — A florae statant or, A Patent granted to Stephen Whittacre of Westbnry in Com. Wflts by Gilb. Dethick, Garter, 1560. To be in Wesber in Wilsh. Stephen Whitaker of We8tbury=F. ... da. of Hen: Nash of in com. Dorset. Stephen 8 eon mar. Wini- Hen. WhitakernrJudith da. filiuB et haer. ephen 9 eon mai fria da. of ... . Emley of Bremridg in com. Wiltes.=F Thomas. T' ' Ti Tinhead in com. Wilts. J Jeffery 2 son mar. ofW« Catherin da. of Hawkins of Qraont de oom. Plimonth. Wiltes.=F IT n ~n 1. Nash. 1. Mary. 2. Bndget. 2. Jeflfery. 8. Penelope. Antnonie ob. s.p. Elizab: mar. to Bob* Smith of Stoke Glimsland in com. Gomw. Will'm Whitakei of Shaston in oom. Dorset. =Honor da: of Edw: Hooper of Boueridge in com.Dorset. I Henry 8 son mar. Hest' da. of Nich. Grisp of London Mercat'. Henry Whitaker filins et hssres aetat. 2, 1628. 1. Nicholas »t. 2. 2. Henry 8Bt. 1. (Signed) Will: Whitaker. 17 Sept. 1628. [Harl. 1166, fo. 14^] A PVR . — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Argent, a greyhound coarant in /esse edble between three Cornish choughs proper , within a bordure engrailed [gules, charged toith crosses pat/e or and bezants alternately'] ; 2, Oules, three bucks' heads corned argent [De la Lyndb] ; 8, Chiles, three htfrrings hauriant infesse argent [Hebbino]. Gbest. — A cubit arm erect habited sable, charged with a cross patde or, the hand, proper, holding an oak-branch vert,fruUed gold. 1. Anne da. of Hen. Trenchard=7=Bob* Williams of=rAnne da. of S' Thom. Delalind of Stepleton in oom. l)orBet Heringston in Esq. com. Dorset Esq. A B K^ & sist: & hey: to S^ Geo: Delalind E^ 98 THE VISITATION OF SOESETSHIEE^ 1628. Joane mar. to Rob't Bingham of Binghams Melton in com. Dorset Esq. A\ B S' Joh. William8=FAlino' 2 da. of Herinston K^ 1 I of Hen: Vuedall of More Crichell in com. Dorset. ary mar. to Bob. Thomehull of Thornhull in com. Dorset Esq. Elizb. mar. to S' Edm. Vuedall. "Will'm Williams= Rob. Will'ms of=fMary da. & heir of of Heringston 1 Sonne. Whitlaueington in com. Dorset. John Argintine of Whitlauington. siino' 1. Edi Anne marled to Walter Gray. Edith marled to Joh: Coker of ... . John 2. George 8. Lewis Sonne & hey: Robert 2. Argintine 4. E aetatis 19, 1623. _____ John 8. ffirancis 5. Mary 2. Anis 4. Edithe 8. Anne 5. Bachell 6. (Signed) B. Willtaiis. [Harl. 1166, fo. 78^] 1. Margerie da. & coh.= of Tho. Baker of Lyme in Com. Dors : =Joh: "Williams of= Heringston in com. Dorset Esq. Dame Alice widowe of S' Tho. Delalynd K' & da. of ... . Cheney of the Me of Cheppey [«wj] in com. Kent. Rob: Will'm8=F Sonne & heyre. Hen. Williams=Fl8abell da. of Tho. Anne mar. to Tho: 2 sone of Tynam in com. Dorset. Cokarof Maypowder White of Poole in in Com. Dorset Esq: Com : Dorset gent. Joh: "Williams sone & heyre. John Will'm: of Tynam= in the Isle of Purbecke Lineinge 1628. = Jane da. of S' Joh : Bmen of Rowner in Com. South: Auce [«iV?] maried 1 to W°^ Bayley Elizb: mar. to of Nethersherm 2 to Christ: Sacn- Allexand' Arney euerell of Barton in Com. Som's. of Charborowe. Alice mar. 1 to Martyn Bishop of Chilcomb & 2 to S" Ed: Lawrence KK Hen: 2= Sonne. Edward 8. Stephen 4, Brnen sone^Elizb: da. & coh. of Joh: Chnrchell — & heyre. of Corton in Com. Dorset. ptfim « « THE VISITATION OP DOBSETBHIBE, 1628. 99 J I I I Job: sone 2. Bob. set. 19. & hey : — 8Btat. 21. 8. Brnen 10. 4. WUl'm 8. 5. Edw: 6. A| Isaoell mar. to Snzan 2. Job: Humpbrye — of Cboldon in Anne 3. com. Dorset. — Elino' 4. I I Elizab. 5. Jane 6. Mary 7. (Signed) (Signed) Bbune Williams. Hen: Williams. [Harl. 1166, fo. 26»».] Anne da. of Hen: Trencbard=Kob* Williams of=f=Anne da. of Tbo. Delaline of Stepleton in com. Dors. Heringston in & sist. & beir to S' Geo: com. Dorset Esq. Delaline Enigbt. I Mary mar. to John Williams^Elinor da. to Hen. BobtTbombnU of Heringston m com. Dorset. Esq. fil. et bsr. 1. Rob*. 2. John. T Vuidali of Moore Crecbell in com. Dorset. 2. Elizab. 8. Anne. 4. Edith. Oeo. Williams of Heringston' in com. Dorset 8 fil. =Mary da. of Will'm Carant of Tomer in com. Som : Esq. John Will^ms filios et hsesr, »tat. 5, 1628. 1. Elinor 2. Mary 8. Anne set. 6. 8Bt. 8. 88 1. 1. (Signed) George Willtams. [Harl. 1166, fo. 64.] Abms. — Quarterly: 1 and 4, Or, freity azure; 2, ChiUsy a cross moline argent; 8, Sable, a cross engrailed or ; over all a mullet on a crescent for difference, Robertas Willongbby miles Senescallus=7=Blancia filia et ba&r. Hospitij regis H. 7 Greatns D'n's Brooke. Joh'is Ghamp'non mil: Rob'tns WiHougbby Antnonie Willongbby Ricardus Willongbby 8 filin8=f= D'n's Brooke fil. et 2 filins. dnxit filia et bar bfldr. Bedick de com. Dorset. 100 THE VISITATION OF DOB8ET8HIBE, 1623. ^1 WiU'm Willoughby de Sflton in com.- Dorset filius et hasr. :. . . . filia .... Stantor de com. Wiltes. Catherina ux: Will'i West militis Capital: JuBticias Hib'nia. mla uxor Haruey. )lin John WiUoughby de Silton=^Prancisca filia Joh'is Rogers de Com. Dorset militis. in Com. Dorset fil : et hssr. Ar. Giles Rio'us Willoughby 3 WiU'm Willoughby=f= Alicia filia 2 fil. fil. duxit Jana filia de Silton fil. et haer. ob Fisher de com. snp'stes 1628 Ar. s.p. South: =y= ^1 I I ! 1. Will'm's 2. Christop. 8. Johannes Cicilia 8Bt. 21. set. 20. ffit. 14. 8dt. 18. Wiirmi Blacker deCiuitate Sam' Ar. Francesca vx. Jo. Clauile de Barnsto' in Insula Purbeck. Bachell ob. s.p« 1. M aria mi, . . 2. Alicia sat. . • 8. Jana set. • . I Wiirm WilloQghby fil. et hser. ffitatis 17 annoru' 1628. II II 2. Thomas 15. 4. Johi n annes 12. Michaell 10. 8. Bicard* 14. 5. Bob'tus 11. Emleyvnius ann. (Signed) Will'm WiLLOuaHBT. [Harl. 1166, fo. 82.] AsxB.'^Qiuirterly : 1 and 4, Three demi-tpoodmen with clubs, and a canton charged mth three fleurs-de-Ue ; 2, A pelican in her neat feeding her young ; ZjChia fesse three croseee formee. [No tinctures.] Eob't Wood of Lamley=pMarg* da. of S' Edw. Mountague. in com. Nott. John 1 Sonne. Edw. Wood of Lollard Rialb in com. Wiltes 2 son. :Elizab. da. of Rob't Thomhull of Thomhull in com. Dorset. (Signed) Edward Wood. ■ • THE VISITATION OF DORSETSHIRE, 1628. 101 [Harl. 1166, fo. 68^] Will'm Woolfreis of Marshe in com. DorBet.=T= Kioh: Wolfreis filiaB=T=Auifl filia Joh'is Talbott de primogenit*. 1 Bobington in com. Dorset. EgioiuB 2 filiuB ob. B.p. Gracia nx. Jo: Cole de Pindle Trenthead. ,1 Edith Yxor Austin Maruin de Pertwood. HenricQS Wolfries- de Marsh filios et hffires sup'stes 1628. ^Anna filia Hen.Keymer de Pen de com. Som's. Wili'm's 2 filius. WiU'm's Woolfries fil. et hsres Henricos 2 fil. sat Oatherina ntatis »tat. 14 annora' 1628. 12 annora' 1628. 7 annoru'. [Harl. 1166, fo. 79^] Tho: Wright who lined in WarwickBh:=j=Isabell da. of Busie Blake of & was descended ont of Ghesheire. Stretton in com. Warwicksh: 1. firan: da. of Bowl: Digbie of Leioestersh: =Will' Will'm Wright of =2. Grace da. of WiU'm Pitt Stoborowe in com. of Bedcliffe in Stowborow Dorset lining 1628. com. Dorset (Signed) Will: Wbyoht. [Harl. 1166, fo. 28.] Arms. — Per f esse sable and argent, three lions rampant-guardant caunterchanged. Gbbst. — A demi-sea-unicom rampant argent, horned and finned gules. Hen: YoDge of Bnckhome westonnpAlice da. of Bob: Danidge in Com. Dorset. of the same. Richard Yonge of Buck- home weston 2 sonne rector eccl'is de Bnok- hom weston. A B 'Eatherin da. of Tho: 8 8onne= Pitt of Abbots of Bnckhome He in Com. weston* Som's, -Elizb: da. of Chamb'lejne of MoDckton Den'ell in Com. Wiltes. 102 THB VI8ITA.TI0N OF DOB8ET8HIBE, 1628. Bj fihm: maried to Eitson of ... . Batcheler of Deuinitie. o| Bog: Yonge sone & hey: Marerie Isie]. Amye. mar. Mary da. of .... Mayowe in Com. Som^set. I I Christo'r 1. Edmoond S. Eog: 2 sone of=. ... da. of W"* Bnckhome Mnllins of the weston. same. LjLie.a. Job : Yonge of=FLucie the same place sone & hey: da. of E[atherin Nicho : Joyce of ob. sine Mameholl in p'le. com. Dors: I Amesux. Tho. Robins. Marg^ mar. to Job: Baker. Joane mar. to Job: BoyalL Marg*mar.toJoh: Ellison. Joane mar. to Bob : erases. Maiy ob. sine Agnes mar. to Tho: prole. Presleye. i I en: & John ob. sine p'le. icno:=F^ I Nicho :=FSazan da. of Christ: Hen: 8=f=Joaneda: of James Bayer of Yonge of Buck- home weston Lininge 1623. fifarwell of the Towne sonne. & Conntie of Poole. Temple Combe in com. Som's. [} James 1. John 2. Nicho: 4. ffi*an: 6. Juie 1. Sazan2. I I I Hen: 3. Bob't 5. John Yonge sone & Ohristop. 2. Elino' Elizb. 1. Eatner. 2. Sozan 3. heyre SBtatis 24 annor. — ob. s. p'le. 1628. Thom. 8. (Signed) NiOHUS Yonob. [HarL 1166, fo. 86.] Horsey. Quarterly of six : 1, Horsey — ^Azure, three horses* heads conped and bridled or ; 2, Malbance — Barry wavy of eight argent and sable, a saltire or ; 8, TuRGES — Azure, a chevron between three cross-croslets fitch^ or, within a bordure engrailed of the second ; 4, Wyke — Gules, a bend ermine cotised dancett^ argent; 5, Wilford — Sable, a chevron ermine between three leopards' faces or ; 6, Cornew — ^Argent, a chevron between thr^ bugle- horns stringed sable. Crest : A horse's head couped, in armour, and bridled .... on his head a plume of feathers. John Walloott de Wallcott com. Salop miles et oomi* Dorsets. Quarterly : 1 and 4, Sable, a chevron between three chess rooks ermine ; 2 and 8, Ermine, on a chief or a demi-lion rampant issuant vert. THB TI8ITATI0N OF DOBSETSHIBE, 1628. 108 John Sqdibb of Wliitchurcti com. Dorset A" 17 E. 4 [a.d. U77]. Or, three balls passuQt sable, armed gales. Jo. EuANS of WincaDton com. 8om. 8ttble, a fesse between tiro fleurB-de-lis or. Great : On a mount vert a bird with wings endorsed argent. The Coatc granted acd y" Creaat confinned by Rob't Cooke, Clar', 1 of May 1578 the n of Queen Ellz. Edmond Fdxfobd of ffuiford in com. Dcaoa. Quarterly of nine : 1 , Gules, a chevron argent ; 2, Argent, on a bend sable Ibree bears' heads erased of the first, muzzled of the second ; 3, Argent, a chevron between three cocks sable ; 4, Or, on n bend gules three croases moline argent ; 5, Azure, three bird-bolts orect in fosse argent : C, Argent, a lion rampant gnlea. a chief aznre ; 7. Or, a bend engrailed aaure between tlirec leo^rds' heads jeBBantrdo-lis or ; 8, Ermine, on a cross gnles fite besants ; 9, Gules, two bars between an orle of martlets argent. Crest ; A bear's head eroded argent, mnzzled sable. Jo. Booth of Stanton Barnard com. Wilts. Argent, three boara' heads erased and erect sable, a crescent charged with u mallet for difference. Tho. White de Bromham com. Wilts. Azure, a feese between three garbs or. William Power of Stanton in com. Wiltaheire. Per pale gules [?] and azure, on a chief argent three mullets sable. Shelqbavb al's Snsloar of Fisherton De-Lamore in comit. Wilts. P' W" Cooke Clarenc' 2 of Octob' 1607. Or, three trees eradicated vert. Crest : A goat's head erased or. This Coate la warrantably home by y" name of Hebbs of Gorton com. Dorfletsh: Sable, on a chevron or between three swans close argent as many lions' beads erased of the field. Crest : A lion's head erased or, charged on the neck with three roses in fesse gnles. Steattok of Bremble in Wiltsh: who came out of NorfTolke. Argent, on a cross sable five bezants. BsiiroLDS of Longfort in com. Som'. Argent, a chevron chequy gnles and aznre between three orosBes botonnfc fitch^o of the third. Crest : Out of a mural crown .... a demi-talbot rampant argent, eared gnles, collared and lined .... Nicholas de Enndway comit. Wiltsh. and of Maningford. Quarterly: 1, Aznre, a chevron engrailed between throe owls or; 2, . . . . a chevron .... between three [sieveB ?] or ; 3, Azure, three fishes naiont in pale argent ; 4, Argent, on a chevron between throe birds sable two lions passant respecting each other or. CroBt : On a cbapeau asiare, tamed Dp ermine, an owl with wings expanded or. 104 THE VISITATION OP DOR8BT8HIKB, 1628. Sakdis of Norbome in Kent and of Sonth Petherton in com. Som'set. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Or, a fesse dancett^ between three cross-croslets fitchfe gales ; 2, Per fesse gules and azure, a tower with a dome argent ; 8, Golea^ a chevron between three swans argent. Crest : A gryphon segreant per fesse or and gules. This coate and crest was granted to W^ Dawe of East Chelborow in com. Dorset the Sonne of Rob't Dawe by Rob't Cooke, Clarent', 80 Bliz. 1588. Argent, a pile gales charged with a chevron between three cross-croslets of the first. Crest : A lion's gamb erect and erased argent, holding a fleur-de-lis or. f m t I t I; Wisimion of Borset, 1623. PLATE VII. I /^ I! ; < I Wisimitm of Borsct. 1623. PLATE VIII. ;Vi'i .■P^- lyvrzhn. S^-^^^j™^' :J:SSl*f /^ Si^ ^7^ ^yhW^r, Wisimion of Borsiet, 1623. FLATS IX. '/ i:^»~«^j -v^<»Sv ^M INDEX. ^1 ^^^^^^^ I'edigTOea ■« printed in shall capitals : Arma in ilulur*. ^^M ^H AflWej. Dorothy, 5; SirFrancla. Babkeb, 10 : Anne, 10, 60 ; 3; Qenia, 83; Sir Henry. Bridget. 10; Bliiabeth, 10; ^V JMiyton, S. 63; Henry. 6, 63; Margaret, Henry. 10 ; John, 10 ; Robert, ^H ABIKdTOH, G ; Andrew, fi ; 63; Mary. 83. 10; Thomas, 10,60. ^H DlonisU. 6; Eliznbeth, 6; Aahl(Hik,ChrietophcT,14; Mary, Bartbelmew, Margaret. *1. ^^H Frances, 5; Jobn,6; Kathe- 14. Barllett. Joane, 89 ; Mary, 8G ; ^^H rice, 6 ; Margaret, G ; Marj, Audiam, Magdalen, 62 ; Wil- Robert. 89. ^H S ; Roger, 6 ; Thomu, G ; liam, 63. Baakerrile, Eliiabetb, 69 ; ^H Wollcott, 5. Auiuirle. 16. ^H Abrsbam, Anastisia. 10 : John, Avery, France*, 80 ; Tboma*, 80. Baiittt.U. ^V ATBbr^, 8. Babkbtt, 11 ; Bridget. II ; Abry. Alioe. IG ; Arthur, IG. AWBRBT, 8 ; Arthur, 9 ; Cathe- Cicely, 11 ; Dorothy. 95; AdaniB. — , 18. rine, 9 ; ChriBlopher, 9 ; Edward, 60; Oeorge. 11. OUj Ade. Kliinboth, 60 ; Henry, 50. Dorothy, 8, 9; Kliiabeth, 8; Honor, 11. BO; Jane, 31 ; Adyn. Cicalj, 61 ; WiUiam, S4 ; France*, 9 ; John, 8, 9 ; John, 31. 9G ; Katberine, 60; — ,71. Mariha.S; Hary.8,9; Mawd- Mabel, 11 ; Mary, 1 1 , 69, 80 ; Rachel, 11 \ Bobcrt, 11, 95; Alford, Durothy, 8 ; Thomni. 8. ley. fl : Rebooca. 9 ; Hobort, Allern, Matthew, S. 9 ; Roger, 9 ; Thomwi, 8, fl ; »e)ina, 11; Thomas, 11, SO; AlUtone, Alice, 12 r John, 12. WUliam, 8, 9. ^ Urania, 11, 6S, 96. ^| Alombridge, Alice, 68: Tho- Bwlej, Dorothy, 70; Henry, 70; John, 13; Mary, 13. K ji^rs.^^' B Bath and Well.. Bishop of, 10. ^^H Alts, B; Cicely, 6; Dorothy, BATTE800MB, 11 ; Agnea. IS; ^H 6. 6 1 Elizabeth, S ; Henry, BftdU, Amy, 80. Aiicc,13; Andrew.l3; Chris- ^H 6; John, G; Entheiine, 6 : Bagge, TboniftK, i. topber, 12, 13; Dorothy, 13; ^m Margaret, 6. Bailey, Walter. 2. Grace, 13; John, 12, 13; ^H Anketal, 6. Mary. 12, 13; Richard, 13; ^H Aukrtill. 6 ; Christopher, 6 ; 98, 102 ; Thomaa, BS. Robert, 12, 13; Tbomaa. 12. ^H Eliiabeth, E ; Fmnda. B : Bale, Elizabeth, &6. Bowler, Dorothy, 67. ^H Heorr, 6. BO ; Jane, 6, 61) ; BaUiei, Richarda. 13. Bayley. Avico. 98 ; WilUam, ^H John, 6 ; Margaret, 6 ; Oliver. Balflton.ChriBU)pher,2; Joane, 98 ; -. 83. ^H 6 ; Thomas, 6 ; William. G, 71 ; Thomas, 71. Beare. John, 4. ^^H Anslaj, Avice, 30 ; TUomaa, BamJUld. 95. BtoMhaap, G2. ^r Bnnjfield, Edith, 9S ; Jane, 22, Beauohen, Alice, 13 ; Joane, ^^ JrcAw. 7. 33 ; Margaret, IS ; Richard, 12; John. 12; Thoma«, 12. Argeotine. John.98; Mary, 98. 46 ; William. 96. ^rV 7. Banester, Elizabeth, 59. Henry, 30. AiusBr, 7; Alexander, 7. 9« ; BiinBeld, Hugh, 61 ; Jane. 94. Beckingshall, Edith, 17 ; White, LI A]ioe,7i Dorothy.66; Eliia- Bauham.John, 11; Mabel, U. 17. ^H beth, 7, 9S ; Oeorge, 7 : Barber, AgncB, 23; Anne, 38; BedicV, -, 99. ^^B Henry, T ; Honor, 7 ; Jnne. ^H 7 1 John, 7 ; Juliana, T ; John, 23 ; Roger, 38. Bfke, 13. Barker, Bliiabeth, 38 ; John, BBEB,13;Alicc,l3;Kli»betb. ^H NicfaoloB, 7 ; Robert. 7. 66, 33. 13; Henry, 13; JoMC, 13 j ^H 6S ; Roger, 7 ; Thamai), 7 ; BarHam, li. Margaret, 13 ; Mary. 13 ; ^H WUliam, 7. Babkham, 9 : AnoataBia, 10 ; NiobolBs, 13; Richard, 13; ^H AnmHfll. 7. Anne, 10; Sir Edwani, 9; Biohardft, 13 ; Robert, 13 ; ^H Abdndbll. 7 ) Anne. 8 ; Cathe- BdH-ard. 9 ; alia* Stodder, Thomas, 13 ; WUliam, 13. ^H Fine, 8i Dorothy, 8; Eliza- Edward, 9; Kielciel, 10; Bellot. Lucy. 80 ; Thomas. 80. ^H beth, 7 ; Qeorge, A ; Helena, Oeorge, 10; ,Toane. 10; Dr. Belief r. 14. ^H 82 ; Jane. 8 ; John, 8, .1! ; John, 10 ; John, 10 ; Joyoe. BeNNBTT. 14; Agoro, 14; ^B ""T' S 1 Thomas, 7, 8 ; Wini- 10 ; Lawrence, 10 ; Stephen. Aune, H ; Anth-juy, 14 ; ^H fred. 8. IO;SDEan,10iWilliam,9,10. Chrtslopher, It; Dorothy, 14; Barklet. *<- Haowjot Edward, 14 i Joaue, M ; John, ^^ 106 THE VISITATION OP DOBSETSHIRE^ 1628. 14 ; Margaret, 14, 49 ; Mary, 14 ; Mellior, 14 ; Thomas, 14, 49 ; aliM Pitt, Thomas, 14; William, 14. Benvenue, Joane, 47. Berkeley. Dorothy, 66 ; Edward, 66 ; Elizabeth, 86. Best, Galfrich, 17 ; Matilda, 17. Betsworth, Penelope, 84 ; Peter, 84. Bickley, Henry, 22, 23. Billings, Joseph, 44 ; Mary, 44. Bingham^ 16. BiNQHAM, 16 ; Anne, 16, 26 ; Arthar, 15 ; Christopher, 16; Dorothy, 15 ; Elizabeth, 16 ; Henry, 15 ; Jane, 16 ; Joane, 16, 98 ; John, 15 ; Rachel, 15 ; Richard, 16 ; Robert, 16, 26, 98 ; Stroud, 15. Birport, Elizabeth, 87; Wil- liam, 87. Bishop, 16 ; Alice, 15, 98 ; Amy, 16 ; Edith, 16 ; Elea- nor, 15 ; Elizabeth, 16 ; Fran- cis, 16 ; George, 16, 16 ; Humphrey, 9, 16, 16 ; Jane, 16 ; Joune, 16, 16 ; John, 2, 15, 16 ; Margaret, 15; Mar- tin, 16, 98 ; Mary, 9 ; Morgan, 16 ; Richard, 16 : Thomas, 16, 16; Valentine, 16; Wil- liam, 16, 16. Biss, Dorothy; 39 ; Edward, 86 ; James. 39 ; John, 8 ; Judith, 86; Mary, 8. mtton, 88. Blacker, Alice, 100; William, 100. Blake, Busy, 101 ; Isabel, 101. Blatchford, John, 8 ; Richard, 3. Bligh, Anne, 10 ; William, 10. Boddon, Jane, 49 ; John, 49. Bois, Frances, 60 ; Thomas, 60. Bond, 16 ; Alice, 16, 17 ; Anne, 17 ; Dennis, 8, 16, 17 ; Edith, 17 ; Ellas, 16 ; Elizabeth, 17 ; Jane, 17 ; Joane, 16 ; John, 2, 16 ; Lucy, 16 ; Mar- garet, 16 ; Onesiphorus. 16 ; Samuel, 16 ; Sarah, 16 ; Wil- liam, 16, 17. Bonest, Jane, 68 ; Thomas, 68. Bonfield, — , 16. Bonham, Anne, 87 ; John, 87. Bonvile, John, 48 ; Mary, 48. Booth, 103. Booth, John, 103. Borleigh. See Burley. Bonfdich^ 17. BOWDICH, 17 ; Agnes, 18 ; Alice, 17, 18 ; Anxistasia, 18 ; Anne, 18 ; Christian, 18 ; Dorothy, 18; Elizabeth, 18; George, 18 ; Henry, 18 ; Honor, 18 ; Isabel, 18 ; Joane, 18 ; John, 17, 18 ; Julian, 17, 18 ; Mar- garet, 18 ; Matilda, 17 ; Nidiolas, 18 ; Richard, 17, 18 ; Simon, 18 ; Thomas^ 18 ; Thomasine, 18; Walter, 18; William, 18. Bowoodj 68. Bowood, Joane, 59 ; Peter, 69. BoTvre, 19. BOWBE, 19 ; Edmond, 19 ; Elizabeth, 19 ; Hannah, 19 ; Margaret, 19 ; Thomas, 19. Bonn/er, 19. BOWYEB, 19 ; Anne, 19, 66 ; Christopher, 19 ; Edmond, 19,66 ; Elizabeth, 19 ; George, 19 ; John, 19 ; Margaret, 19 ; Martha, 19 ; Thomas, 19 ; Walter, 19. Boyne, Robert, 86 ; Susan, 86. Bbadstogk, 20 ; Alice, 20 ; Avice, 20 ; Dorcas, 20 ; Eliza- beth, 20 ; Emma, 20 ; Henry, 20 ; Jane, 20 ; John, 20 ; Joseph, 20 ; Margaret, 20 ; Mary, 20; Susan, 20. Bramble, John, 1. Brandon, Elizabeth, 22 ; Wil- liam, 22. Brayhrooke, 46. Brecrton, Elizabeth, 6; Jane, 6; Thomas, 6. Brent, 88. Brent, Elizabeth, 88 ; Giles, 61 ; Grace, 61 ; John, 88. Bridges, Joane, 92. Bridgman, Anne, 86 ; Edward, 10 ; Joane, 10 ; Judith, 86. Bridmere, Joane, 49 ; Thomas, 49. Bridport, 2. Brock, Elizabeth, 8; William, 8. Brooke, Lord, 99. Broughton, Elizabeth, 61 ; Ro- bert, 61. Browne, 20. Browne, 20, 21 ; Alexander, 21 ; Ankcret, 21 ; Avice, 37 ; Bridget, 20, 71 ; Dorothy, 75 ; Elizabeth, 21, 60, 94 ; Frances, 20 ; George, 21 ; Hugh, 37 ; Joane, 79 ; Sir John, 20, 71, 79, 94; John, 20,94 ; Joyce, 21 ; Kathcrine, 93 ; Richard, 21 ; Sir Robert, 20 ; Robert, 20 ; Roger, 21 ; Thomas, 21, 60 ; Thomasine, 20; William, 21 ; — , Vis- count Montague, 93. Browning, 40. Browning, Emma, 20. Brownlow, Elizabeth, 41. Bruen, or Bruin. See Brune. Brune, 21. Bbunb, 21 ; Alice, 21, 22 Anne, 22, 23, 34 ; Bridget 23 ; Charles, 23, 30 ; Eliza beth, 21-23 ; Grace, 23, 64 Sir Henry, 22, 23 ; Henry 22, 23. 34, 64 ; Sir Ingram 21 ; Ingram, 23 ; Isold, 22 Jane, 22, 23, 98 ; Joane, 21 Sir John, 22, 23, 98 ; John 22, 23, 66 ; Katharine, 22, 23 Mary, 23, 30, 66 ; Manrioe, Baron, 22 ; Sir Maurice, 21, 23 ; Nicholas, 23 ; Richard, 21 ; Stephen, 22, 23 ; Tho- mas, 22, 23 ; Sir William, 21, 22 ; William, 22, 23. Brutse, 46. Buckler, 23. BnCKLEB,23; Agnes, 23; Alex- ander, 24 ; Andrew, 24 ; Brian, 24 ; Catherine, 77 ; Christian, 24 ; Dorothy, 24 ; Edmond, 24 ; Elizabeth, 13, 24 ; John, 23, 24 ; Margaret, 24 ; Martha, 24 ; Mary, 24 ; Peter, 24 ; Phillis, 24 ; Rich- ard, 24 ; Thomas, 24 ; Wil- liam, 13, 24. Bulkley, Anne, 49 ; Cicely, 62 ; Sir John, 49 ; William, 62. BuUer, Alexander, 5 ; Eliza- beth, 86 ; John, 86 ; Mary, 5. Buncdich, Agnes, 17 ; Alice, 17 ; Anne, 17 ; Christian, 17 ; Editha, 17 ; Henry, 17 ; Le- titia, 17 ; Lucas, 17 ; Matilda, 17 ; Osmer, 17 ; Richard, 17 ; Robert, 17 ; William. 17. Burgess, Alice, 20 ; Francis, 20. Burhill, Joane, 49 ; John, 49. Burlty, 13. Burley, Anne, 81 ; George, 81 ; Margaret, 13 ; Mary, 13, 29. Bushn^e, Richard, 3. ButltiT, 24. BUTLEB, 24; Agnes, 26; Alice, 49 ; Anne, 25 ; Baldwin, 24 ; Edith, 25 ; Henry, 26 ; Isa- bel, 24 ; Jane, 25 ; John, 24, 25, 38 ; Martha, 25 ; Mary, 38 ; Melier, 25 ; Thomas, 49 ; Urith, 25. Button, Beatrice, 88 ; John, 88. Camden, William, Clarenceux, 36, 46, 72. Camell, — , 28. Campion^ 67. Campion, Edward, 67 ; Eleanor, 67 ; Elizabeth. 67 ; John, 67. Carent, Elizabeth, 63 ; Henry, 53 ; Mary, 99 ; William, 99. Carew, Anne, 8 ; Anthony, 8. Chadwell, 25. Chadwell, 25 ; Anne, 26 ; Edmond, 25, 26 ; Elizabeth, 25, 26 ; William, 25. Chafy, Joane, 79. Chaldecott, 15, 26. Chaldecott, 26 ; Andrew, 26 Anne, 15, 26; Bridge, 26 Bridget, 26; Edith, 26 ; Eliza beth, 26 ; Francis, 26 George, 26 ; Honor, 26 ; Jane 26 ; Kathcrine, 26 ; Margaret 26; Mary, 26; Susan, 26 Walter, 26 ; William, 15, 26 Chamberlalne, Edward, 87 Elizabeth, 101 ; GraoOi 87, Champernon, Blanch, 99 : Sir John, 99. Cliampneji, Hnnor, 26 ; John, 26. CiampHon, 4Ii. Chancej. Williaci, 93. CbaDon, Margiiret,64; Bichord, 64. Chapmaa, Margaret, 24, 38 ; ThQma«, 34. Cbard, Agnes, IT ; Richard, IT. Chawcott, Elixabetb, 7! ; Fran- cis, 72. CHBcxroBD, 37 ; Adrian, 37 : Anne, 27 ; Calhetine, 27 ; Henr;, 27 ; Joane, ST ; Uor- ^tct, 27. 33 ; Peter, 37, 33 ; Thtmiaa, 27; William, 37. Cheney, Alic«, 98 ; Jnlin, 88 ; Hargaret, 68. ObctUe, Andrew, S5 ; Hcury, 26 ; Lacjr, 39 ; Merjr. 66 ; Siuan, 36. Cb«Tere11, Roger, 48 ; Tbomn- siae, 48. Ckieheiter, 37. CmcBBStBB. 27 ; Amiaa, 2T ; Caihcrine, 3T ; Heurj, 37 ; Joane, 27 ; Pbilip, 37. ChOd, 2S. CalLO, 26 i Avis, 26 ; Edilh, 26 1 Eliiabetfa, 38; Jabn, 4, 28, 83 ; Margaret, 38, 83 ; Mar;, 28 ; PctroneU, 28 ; Susan, 28 ; Witliam, 26- Cbriatmas, Bichard, 4. Chubb, Margiiret, 24 : Haitha, 31 ; Matthew, 24 ; William,31. Churchill, 28, 72. CsuaCRILL, 28 ; Angell, 3 Anne, 38, 72 ; CbrisUan, 38 Bdilb, 28; Eleanor, 38, 70 Sllzabetb, 98 ; Qerrase, 28 . Grace, 28 ; Jane, 28 ; Jasper, 38 ; John, 28, 70, 72, 98 Mary, 28 ; MattLaw, 26 MaximiJian.Se ; Bkbarct.28 . Bobert, 28 ; tiarab, 38 ; Tho- na«. 28 ; Virtue. 38 ; Wil- Uom, 28. Cifrewast. See Siferwaat. CUtre (f), 52. Ctarenet, Duke of, 62. Claxke, Anne, 40, 76 : Catbe- rine, 64 \ Edmond, 40 ; Ed- ward, 76 \ Henry, 84 ; Joane, 65 \ tiimoQ, 11 ; William, 86. Ga-oeU, 29. CUVKLL,29 ; Alice, 34 ; Edith, 39 : EUlabeth, 34, 42 ; Fran- ces, 100 1 Joane, 34 ; Jobo, 21, 29, 42, 100; Joyce, 31 ; Richard, 34 ; Roger, 39 : SiuSD, 39 ; Thomas, 34 ; tiir William, 39 ; WlUiaiD, 39, 34; - ,33. Clebrook, Alice, 34. Clement, Frances, 5 ; Tbomaa, 6. Cliffbnl, Henrr, 60 ; Katherine, CluSe, Anne, 69 ; Giles, G9. Coaile, George, 13 ; Grace, 13. COCKEKBAH, 29 : Anne, 29 ; A»ice, 29 ; Catherine, 29 ; Dennis, 29 ; Cleorj[e, 29 ; Jane, 70; Mary, 29; Bobert, 29, 70 ; WUliam, 29. Oirr, 30, 31. COKBB. 30,31 ; Alice, 91 ; Amy, 30. 31 ; Anne. 30,31 ; OaTbara, 31; Bridt^et.SO; Dorothy, 31 ; Edith, 30, 98 ; Eleanor, 81) ; Eliisbeth, 30, 31,77; Ellen, 31 ; Henry. 30, 77 ; Isabel, 98; Jane, 30, 31 ; Joane, 31 ; John, 31, 93; Judith, 31 ; Uorgarel, 31 ; Martha, 31 ; Mary, 23, 30, .11 ; Mntthew, 30, 31 ; Richani, 3U ; Robert, 23, 30, 31 ; Roger, .11 ; Tbo- DiA9,4..W,31,9A; Tboinadiue, 30 ; WillUm, 30, 31 ; — , 29, a>^. 88. Cule, Arthar, IS ; Edith, 16 ; QnuK, 101 ; Jolin, 101. Cole«, Itargarcl, 61. Coltoxe, Stephen, 3. OiUier, 33. ColU BB, 32 ; AoBe, 32 ; Cicely, 32,33 ; Edward. 32 ; FnuiCM, 32 ; Henry, 4, 32 ; John, 32, 33 ; Uargaret. 33 ; Mary. 33 1 Biehard, 33 ; William, 33. Colliford. Set Culliford. Cnllinx, Joane, 43. Colston, Jobn, 6 ; Mary, G. Coustantitie, EUiabeth, 6. Cooke, Kleanor, 94; ac»rge,94; Joaoe, 46, 51 ; l.ncT. 38 ; Bo- bert, Clarcncenx, 6l, 71, 90, 103, 104 { Tboma^ 30 ; Wil- liam, 61. Cooper, Anne, 28; Lancelot, 28i William, 4. OiplettBne, 32. COPL>aTOHK,33; Anthcmy.SS; George. 33 ; Grace, 33 ; Bo- lena, 32 ; John, 32, 33 ; Mar- gery, 33; Mar7,33; Nicholas, 32 ; Ralph, 33 ; UrBuIa, 33. anu-w, 102. Cory, Eliiabctb, 8. Corell, Avice, 39 ; Thomas, 29, Coventry, Anne, 40 ; Jane, 41 ; Thomas, 40; Sir Walter, II. Coward, Eleanor, 57 ; Peter, 67 : erases, Joane, 103 ; Robert. 102. Crecae, Edilh, 84 ; Joane, 84 ; Thomas, 84. Crisp, Hester, 97 ; Nicholas. 97. Cromwell, George, Lord, 89; KBllieTine, 89. Crope, Oeoi^e, 86; tta^aret, Cdllifobd, 33; Alexander, 33; Alice, 33; Anne,33; Antbony, 33 ; Briilget, 33 ; Cloely, 33 ; FraacM, 33, 41 ; Heorr' BB, 64; Jobn, 33, 33. 41 ; Law- rence. 33 ; Lnay, 3S j Uuv rot, 33 ; Hary, 32, 33, $4 ; bert, 33 ; William, 8S. Cnlpepct, Ciocly, 41 ; Fruicca, 41. e E, n Oabynot, Cbristopher, 64 ; Baw- iin, 54. /facacnft, 34. Daoooub, 34-36; Agnes, 36; Alice, 34, 36 ; Anne, 23, 34, 36. 46 ; Brian, 3G ; Braiii, 34 ; Chriitiui, 34 ; Deborah, 34 ; Edith, 36 ; Edward, 34, 3S ; Elizabeth, 34-36 ; Frvncii, 36 ; George, 1, 34 ; Ucnty, 34, 36 ; Jamea, 36 ; Sir Jobn, 3G : Jnhn, 3i-3fi, 46 ; Har- it, 34 ; Hary, 34, 36 ; ier, 73 ; Piudenne, 3G ; Richard, 36 ; Robert, 34 ; 8UMI1, 34 ; TboniM, 34 ; Wil- liam, 34, 36. Dale, Deborah, 81. Donnat. Jnne, B. Darby, Christopbei, 76 ; Joane, 76; Mary, 20; Nicholas, 4 ; Wiltiatii, 3, 30, Dashwood, Edmond, 8. Ilnublgnic, — , 68. Davidge, Alice, 101 ; Bobert, ' 101 ; Narah, 66 ; Tbomait, 65, Davitb. John, 14; Mary. 14. Dary, Mary, 44 ; — , 43. AtfTP, 1U4. Dawc Bobert, 104; WUliam, 104. Day. Anne, 16 ; John, IS. Dcering, Anne, 01. Ur la Lyndc. 93. 97. Do la LyQii, 94 ; Sir Qeurge, 97, 99 ; Oeorn, 94 ; Sir Thomas, 94. S7. 98 ; Thomiw, 99. Dc la Pole, Eliubetb, 38 ; James, 23. De ta BiTcr, Henry, I.OTd, 12 ; Jriatic, 12. Delawarr, Kliiabeth,76 ; Pene- Tbiima*, 7B. Har- loue, 71 Denham, Donlon. Hiigdalen. 74 gatvl. 64; William, 7*. Derby. Edward, Earl of, 8. Uetpmcrr. 62. Dethiok, Oilbert, Garter, 97 Sir William, Garter, 46, Gl. Devon, Thomas, Bart of, 73. 108 THE VISITATION OP DORSETSHIEE, 1628. Digbj, Frances, 101 ; Rowland, 101. Dirdo, 36. DiBDO, 36 ; Christopher, 36 ; Dorothy, 36 ; Edward, 36 ; Frances, 36 ; Henry, 36; Mary, 36 ; Robert. 36 ; Thomas. 36 ; William, 36. Disney, Anne, 22 ; William, 22, Dodington, Christopher, 36 ; John, 6 ; Margaret, 6 ; Mary, 36, 41. Dolling, 36. DOLLINO, 36 ; Anne, 37 ; Chris- topher, 36 ; Elizabeth, 21, 36, 37 ; Henry, 36 ; John, 36, 37 ; Judith, 37. Dorchester, 3. Dorset, Thoma8, Marquis of, 7. Dowues, Catherine, 56 ; Ed- ward, 56. Drake, Edward, 92 ; Maiy, 92. Draper, Eleanor, 71 ; Richard, 71. Dmry, Bdmond, 94 ; Jane, 94 ; Margaret, 94 ; Robert, 94. Dudley, Edmond, 85 ; Elizabeth, 85 ; John, Duke of Northum- berland, 85. Duning, Edward, 82 ; Eliza- beth, 82. Dyer, Rose, 69 ; Thomas, 69. Dymock, Anne, 87. B Earlb, 37 ; Agnes, 87 ; Anne, 37 ; Bridget, 37 ; Christopher, 37 ; Elizabeth, 37 ; Honor, 37 ; Mary, 37 ; Thomas, 37 ; Sir Walter, 37 ; .Walter, 37. Edgar, John, 4. Edmonds alias Young, Anne, 42 ; William, 42. Eggerdon, 37. EOGEBDON, 37 ; Agnes, 38 ; Avice, 37, 38 ; Elizabeth, 38 ; Heniy, 38 ; Joane, 38 ; John, 38 ; Margaret^ 37, 38 ; Rich- ard, 37 ; Thomas, 37, 38 ; Ursula, 38. Eliot t, John, 68 ; Julian, 68. Ernie, 38. Ebmle, 38 ; Anne, 38 ; Eliza- beth, 38 ; Isabel, 90 ; John, 38 ; Lucy, 38 ; Mary, 38 ; Robert. 38; William, 38; Winifred, 97. Estrudd, — , 18. Ettorick, 39 ; Anne, 39 ; An- thony, 39 ; Lucy, 39 ; Maude, 39; William, 39. EmnSy 103. Evans, John, 103. Every, Sarah, 47 ; William, 47. Ewcns, Frances, 36; Eatheriue, 41 ; Thomas, 36. Eyers, John, 4. Eyre, 75. Eyre, Blanch, 75 ; Catherine, 56 ; Robert, 75 ; Thomas, 56. Farwell, Christopher, 102 ; John, 33 ; Susan, 102 ; Ursula, 33. Fathers, Bridget, 67 ; Giles, 67. Fauntleroy, Henry, 6 ; Mar- garet, 6. Ferrers, 45. Fettiplace. See Phetiplace. Fill, Robert, 4. FUliol 39. FiLLlOL, 39; Dorothy, 39; Eleanor, 93 ; Elizabeth, 39 ; Henry, 39 ; Joane, 39 ; John, 39, 93 ; Lady, 39 ; Margaret, 39 ; Nicholas, 39 ; Richard, 39 ; Robert, 89 ; Thomas, 39 ; William, 39. Finn, — , 93. Fisher, James, 4 ; Jane, 100 ; WilUam, 4. Fitchet, 88. Fitton, Anne, 81. Fitz-James, Aldred, 92 ; Anne, 92 ; Christian, 59 ; John, 59. Fitz-John, 52. Fitz warren, Joane, 12 ; Sir Philip, 12. Fleet, Mary, 89 ; William, 89. Floud, Barbara, 67 ; David, 67. Foile, John, 81 ; Millicent, 81. Foote, Alice, 50 ; John, 50. Forte, Mary, 64. Foster, Richard, 4. Foy, John, 4. FrampUm, 40. Fbampton, 40 ; Anne, 40 ; Eli- zabeth, 40, 51 ; Francis, 40 ; George, 40 ; Grace, 40 ; James, 40 ; Jane, 40 ; John, 40 ; Katherine, 40 ; Martha, 40 ; Mary, 40; Richard, 40; Ro- bert, 40 ; Ursula, 40; Walter, 40 ; William, 40, 51. Francis, Editha, 17 ; Elizabeth, 6 ; Thomas, 1 ; William, 6, 17. Franklin, Giles, 56 ; Martha, 56. Freke, 40-42. Fbekb, 40, 42 ; Alice, 41, 53 ; Anne, 41 ; Arundell, 41, 42, 94 ; Clavell, 42 ; Edith, 47 ; Edmond, 41 ; Elizabeth, 41, 42 ; Frances, 33, 41 ; George, 41 ; Jane, 41, 42, 93 ; John, 41, 42, 94; Katherine, 41 ; Margaret, 41, 70 ; Mary, 41 ; Ralph, 41 ; Robert, 33, 41, 42, 70; Susan, 42 ; Sir Thomas, 41, 42, 53, 93, 94 ; Thomas, 41 ; William, 41. Frome, 39. Fry,\2. Fbt, 42 ; Anne, 42, 43 ; Cathe- rine, 42 ; Dulcibella, 48 ; Eli- zabeth, 36 ; Jane, 48 ; John, 43 ; Judith, 42 ; Margery, 42 ; Mary, 42 ; MUUcent, 42, 43 ; Robert, 42, 43 ; William, 36, 42,43,48. Fulbrooke, Christian, 18. Fvlford, 103. Fulford, Edmond, 103; Eliza- beth, 84 ; Sir John, 84. Fwmeaux, 88. G Gainsford, Elizabeth, 39 ; Henry, 39. Gallop, 43, 44 ; Agneta, 43 ; Alice, 43 { Amy, 44 ; Anne, 43 ; Catherine, 43 ; Egidius, 43; Elizabeth, 43; Frances, 43 ; George, 43 ; Grace, 44 ; Henry, 43 ; Humphrey, 43 ; Joane, 43, 44 ; John, 43 ; Ju- dith, 43 ; Martha, 43 ; Mary, 44 ; Richard, 43, 44 ; Roger, 43, 44 ; Thomas, 43; William, 43, 44. Game, Catherine, 43 ; Thomas, 43. Gardiner, 44. Gabdineb, 44 ; Alice, 44 ; Anne, 44 ; Edward, 44 ; Fran- ces, 44 ; Francis, 44 ; George, 44 ; Grisell, 44 ; Heniy, 44 ; Jane, 44; John, 2; Katherine, 44 ; Mary, 44 ; Priscilla, 44 ; Robert, 44 ; Thomas, 44 ; William, 44, 115. Gaunt, John, 33 ; Margery, 33. Gteere, David, 2. Gerard, 45. Gebabd, or Gerrard, 45 ; Anne, 30, 45 ; Catherine, 45 ; Eliza- beth, 45, 66, 74 ; Emma, 45 ; George, 45 ; Jane, 65 ; Joane, 45 ; John, 45 ; Margery, 88 ; Robert, 45 ; Thomas, 30, 45 ; William, 45, 65, 66. Gibbon, Anne, 50 ; Richard, 50. Oibbs, 46. GiBBS, 46 ; Anthony, 46 ; Gre- gory, 46 ; Joane, 46 ; Mar- garet, 5 ; Blary, 46 ; Robert, 46 ; Roger, 5 ; Thomas, 46 ; William, 5, 46. Gifford, Joane, 27, 92 ; Roger, 27 ; — , 29. Giles. Catherine, 51 ; Richard,51. Gillett, Margaret, 80 ; WiUiam, 80 ; — , 33. Gillingham, Anne, 76 ; Joane, 76 ; Richard, 76 ; Thomas, 4, 76. Olisson, 46. Glisson, 46 ; Alice, 46 ; Fran- cis, 46 ; Heniy, 46 ; Hester, 46 ; Humphrey, 46 ; Israel, 46 ; James, 46 ; Joane, 46 ; John, 46 ; Margaret, 46 ; Mary, 46, 57 ; Paul, 46 ; Wal- ter, 46 ; William, 46, 57. Goddard, Francis, 9 ; John, 9 ; -,7. _ PV^ H INDEX. 109 ^^1 Oodfraj, Arice, S9 ; Thomai, S3. Harbin. Elixnbctb. 24 ; John, 24. Hatard, Mary. 65 ; Robert, 4. ^^M GodniD, 0«orge, S ; Marjr, 8. HaMin. Margaret, 64. Heale. -. 72. ] Hiirrfy, 61. Brbb,, 103. ^m ^^H Har;, H i Kobcrt, It. H&RDY, Rl ; Caiberioe, Gl : Ucbbs, Edith. 84 ; Owen, Ht t ^^M ^^H OolBton,MiLrgarcI,HU;Kichard, Christopher, SI ; Dorothy. S3; Edith. 51 ; Kdnond.Gl; ^^M ^H Hemming, Alice, 90; John, ^^H ^^M Good, 47 ; Aane, 47 ; Edith, 47 ; BImnor. Gl ; Francea, Gl ; ^H ^^M Eleanor, 17 ; Joliu. 47 ; So- Francis. 61 ; Qooi^e, 51 ; Heningham, Alice, 23 ; Ge^se, ^H ^^M bert, 47. Grace, 61 ; Jane, 61 ; Joan^ 22 : Jobn, 33. ^H ^^M 0edalcn.62: Uar- ^H ^H AaDc49,r>0: OBVid,2l,50; gartt. 62 ; Thoman, 62 ; Wll- Blnton,Aulhoiiy,SG,S3; Elisa- ^^M ^H DoTOth?, 60; KlUabeth, 3\. liam. 4. 62 j — , lOl), b-th, 63 ; Martha, 15. ^^H ^^M eO : FrnneeR, 49, r>(> ; li^uicis, Harwood, John, I. HitebcMk. Agnai. 14 ; John, ^H ^^V GO; Hiigb,4!l; Jnae.4ii,60; Hgtli^i. 62. ^B -lo^ei <9, 50 ; John. 49. 60 ; HAariKOs, 52; Alice, 41, SS ; 14,24: Mnrgevy,24. ^^M lIuddcr,Ee, IG ; Editb. 15 ; ^H 63; Elizabeth, 63; George. Heury, 15 ; IloU-n. 16 ; Ha. ^H garel. 89. 63; John, 63; Margaret, 63; sauna, 61 ; William, 01, ^H Hall, Alice, GG : John. 23, G5 ; Uartha,63:Mary,fi3!Nicho- J/«,prT. 56, ^H Marj, 33 ; — , 7. lan, 63 ; Thomas, 63. HooPKB. 65 I A gnea, 66 ; A nne, ^H Hallett ,Ioane, 31 ; Rogtr, 2 ; Hawlcy, Btiiabeth, 16 ; Fraueii, 5fi ; Citlherine, 56 ; Dordhy, ^H ^^ Walter, 2. 16. GS ; Bdwarvl. 56, 9T ; Eliia- ^H ^^L Halway. Anne, 34 ; tiir Jolin, Hay, Margaret, 89 ; Winter, 89, bcth, 25. 66; Oilea. 66; ^H ^^H 13 : Moiy, 13 ; WlUinm, 34. Haycock, Anne. 3L ; Thomas, 31. UOIX.-.T, 56, 97 ; James, S6 ; ^H ^^B Hancock, Joane, fi9 ; John. 46. Haj-don, Amy, 67; Thomas. 67. J,.hn, 55, 56; Martha. 56; ^H ^■^ 69 ; Mary. 46. Jlagiu, 54. Mary, 66 ; Robert, 56 ; Tho- ^H Hanoocli aliat Barklet, Alice, Havne. 54 ; Agnea, U ; Cicely, ma^ 25, 66. ^M 66 ; John. 66. 64 ; Eliiabelb, 54 ; Gideon, Hopton, Sir Arthur, 11. 15, 79 ; ^H inane. 16; Harg>tet, 79; ^H ffannam. 50. 61 ; Jane, 20 ; Jobn, SO, 64 ; Hahsah, 60 ; Alice, SO ; Kliia- Martha, 64; Mary. 64; Mor- Selina.ll. ^H beth, 51, 59: Henry, Gl ; gan. 54 : OliTer, 64 ; Rawlin, Uort^. 103. ^H James, 59 ; Jane, 51 ; Sir 54; Richard, S4 ; Samuel, Hor«y. BliuWlh, 41 ; Sir ^H Juhn, 61 ; Jghu, GO, Gl ; 64 ; Sarah, 64 ; Thomas, 51 ; GrwrKc. 4 1 ; Katlierino. 70 ; ^H Penelope, 60. 61 j Bidiaid, WUUam, U. Lucy, HT ; Tiiomas, 87. ^H 1 50i Thomi^BO, 61. HaywMd,— .64. Hortoi, John, S3 ; Utij, SS. ^^^M 110 TH]^ YISItAtlON 01 DOBSBTSfiIBB, 1628. HOBKIHS, 66 ; Anne, 66 ; Ele- anor, 67 ; Elizabeth, 66, 67 ; Henry, 46, 56, 67 ; James, 67 ; John, 66, 67, 63 ; Kathe- rine, 66 ; Mary, 46, 67, 63 ; Peter, 66, 67 ; Ursula, 67 ; William, 67. Howard, Anne, 96 ; Thomas, Lord, Viscount Bindon, 95. Huddlestone, Joyce, 64. Hull, George, 92 ; Margaret, 92. Hulmes, Eatherine, 90. Humber, Catherine, 9 ; John, 9. llumfrey, 67. HUMFBET, 67 ; Dorothy, 67 ; Elizabeth, 67, 76 ; Isabel. 99 ; John, 67, 75, 99 ; Michael, 67 ; Nicholas, 76 ; Theophila, 76. Hungerfard, 62. HUNTLBT, 67 ; Amy, 67 ; Edith, 57 ; Edmond, 67 ; Egidius, 67 ; Joane, 67 ; John, 67. Hnnton, Emmela, 62 ; Virtue, 28 ; WilUam, 62. Hnttey^ 68. HusSET, 68-60 ; Agneta, 60 Anne, 10, 69, 60 ; Bartholo mew, 69 ; Christian, 69 ; De lalind, 69 ; Dorothy, 60, 76 Edmond, 60 ; Eleanor, 59 Elizabeth, 7, 59 ; Ellen, 68 Qeorge, 59, 60 ; Giles, 60, 1 16 Godfrey, 68 ; Henry, 68 Honor, 60, 73 ; Hubert, 10, 68-60 ; James, 68, 60 ; Jane, 6, 68, 60 ; Joane, 69, 92 ; John 69; Joseph, 69, 60; Kathe rine, 60 ; Margaret, 69, 60 Martha, 63 ; Mary, 11. 69, 60 81 ; Nicholas, 60 ; Ralph, 68 Beignold, 68 ; Robert, 69 Samson, 60 ; Selina, 60 ; Tho mas, 6, 11, 69, 60, 73. 76, 81, 92 ; William, 7, 63, 68. Hyde, 72. Hyde, Margaret, 33, 72. lUery, — , 74. Ironside, Martha, 43 ; Ralph, 43. James, James, 2 ; Jane, 44 ; Eatherine, 62 ; Markes, 80 ; Mary, 80 ; Richard, 44 ; Tho- mas, 4, 62. Janverlyne, Mary, 90. Jeffery, Sir John, 84 ; Mary, 84. Jerard, 88. Jerard. See Gerard. Jeruigau, Anne, 8 ; Henry, 8. Jesser, Joane, 14 ; William, 14. JcsHop, Anne, 81 ; Frances, 74 ; John, 74 ; Thomas, 81. Jewe^ 88. JOLLIFFB, 60 : Dorothy, 61 ; Slicabeth, 61 ; George, 61 ; John, 61 ; Eatherine, 61 ; Re- becca, 61 ; Richard, 60, 61 ; Robert, 61 ; Susanna, 61 ; William, 3. Jordan, 93. Jordan. Anne, 32 ; Christian, 93 ; John, 93 ; Mary, 80. Joyce, Lucy, 102 ; Nicholas, 102. Juge, 46. Keat. See Eete. Eeimer, Agnes, 26 ; Anne, 101 ; Ellis, 18 ; Henry, 101 ; Joane, 18. Eeines, Alice, 34 ; Stephen, 34. Eellaway, Emma, 46 ; Robert, 46. Eelway, Anne, 64 ; Elizabeth, 66 ; Francis, 64 ; John. 66. Eenn, Edmond, 73 ; Margaret, 73. Kete, 61. Eete, 61 ; Barbara, 62 ; Chris- tian, 61 ; Cicely, 62 ; Edward, 24, 61 ; Elizabeth, 61, 62 ; Eva, 61 ; Florence, 62; George, 62 ; Hugh, 61 ; Jane, 61 ; Joane, 62 ; John, 61, 61, 62 ; Eatherine, 62 ; Margaret, 61 ; Mary, 24, 61, 62 ; Matthew, 62 ; Randolph, 62 ; Richard, 61 ; Thomas, 61, 62 ; William, 61, 62. Eeyme, Bridget, 71 ; John, 71. Eeyte. See Kete. Eing, Robert, 4. Eingston, Dorothy, 6 ; Tho- mas, 6. Eit8on, Frances, 102. Enight, Eleanor, 96 ; Frances, 61 ; Robert, 2. Enightley, Jane, 67 ; Richard, 67. Enott, Joyce, 10 ; Thomas, 10. Enottesford, Eleanor, 67 ; Eli- zabeth, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; John, 67. Lacke, Thomas, 2. Lacy, Ursula, 67; William, 67,79. Lambert, Bridget, 10 ; John, 1 ; Thomas, 10. Lane, 45, 62. Lane, 62 ; Edmond, 62 ; Em- mela, 62 ; Henry, 62 ; Honor, 62 ; John, 62 ; Magdalen, 62 ; Richard, 62. Laning, Margery, 42 ; Richard, 42. Larder, 68, 62. Labdeb, 62 ; Anthony, 63 ; Elizabeth, 62 ; Humphrey, 63 ; John, 62. 63 ; Lewis, 63 ; Mary, 63; Robert, 62, 63; Ursula, 11, 59 ; William, 63. Latham, Elizabeth, 19. LoHmer, 45. Lause, Cicely, 68 ; Francis, 68. Lawrence, 63. Lawbenoe, 63 ; Alice, 64, 98 ; Angell, 64 ; Anne, 63, 64, 94 ; Augustine, 64 ; Bruen, 64 ; Catherine, 63, 64; Charles, 63, 64 ; Edmond, 63, 64 ; Sir Edward, 64, 98 ; Edward, 23, 63, 64, 94; Elizabeth, 64; Frances, 64 ; George, 64 ; Grace, 23, 64 ; Henry, 63 ; Honor, 64 ; Sir James, 63 ; Sir John, 63 ; John, 68, 64 ; Joyce, 64 ; Lucy, 16, 64 ; Margaret, 64 ; Mary, 33, 64, 69 ; Nicholas, 63 ; Sir Oliver, 63, 94 ; Oliver, 64 ; Raleigh, 64 ; Richard, 33, 63, 64, 69 ; Sir Robert, 63 ; Robert, 63, 64 ; Susanna, 64 ; Sir Thomas, 68 ; Thomas, 4, 63 ; William, 4, 16, 63, 64 ; — , 66. Ledred, 40. Ledred, Alice, 88 ; Roger, 88. Lemming, Honor, 62 ; John, 62. Lewis, Bamaby, 17 ; Jane, 17. Lewson, Elizabeth, 39. Lilgrave, Anne, 44 ; Dudley, 44. Lilley, or Lisley, Margaret, 20 ; Nicholas, 20. Lincoln, 46. Lite, Florence. 68 ; Magdalen, 69. Littcott, — , 61. Locke. Edith, 91 ; William, 91. Lockell, Thomas, 2. Lockyer, Henry, 85 ; Margaret, 86. Long, Anne, 17 ; Richard, 17. Loope, Anne, 82 ; Thomas, 82. Lotesham, Dorothy, 14 ; Oliver, 14. Loundres (7), 66. Loupe, Thomas, 4. Lovelace, Elizabeth, 89; Robert, 89. Lovell, 66. LoYELL, 66 ; Agnes, 66 ; Alice, 66, 66 ; Anne, 19, 66 ; Antio- chester, 66 ; Catherine, 65, 90; Charles, 66 ; Christian, 66 ; Deborah, 66 ; Dorothy, 66, 66; Edith, 66 ; Edward, 66 ; Eli- zabeth, 65, 66; Ellen, 65; George, 19, M, 66, 66 ; Henry, 66 ; Jane, 66 : Joane, 65 ; John, 66, 66; Margaret, 34, 65, 66 ; Maiy, 65 ; Richard, 66, 66 ; Robert, 66 ; Thomas, 66, 66, 90 ; Walter, 65, 66 ; William, 66, 66. LucuH. See Hodges. Ludlow, Bridget, 30 ; Sir Ed- mond, 30. Lnmbard, William, 11. TiUmley, Barbara, 67 ; George, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; John, Lord, 67. Luttrell, Sir Andrew, 79 ; Eli- sabeth, 8 ; Margaret, 79. Lynde. 3m De la Lyode. IHDBX. HH ^^^^K Robert, 6S. 69; BoM,e9; WU- M^gm, 73. liam, 68. 69. MOBOAK. 73 ; Agnei. 73 ; Aone. Megf,. 69. 73 ; Catherine. 73 ; Dorothy, ^H Meooe, 69; Andrew, 69; Anne, 73;Bli««b6th,7a,9t:Hen»7, ^H UftOhau. Margaret. 53. 64, 69, 70 ; Christopher, 68 ; 73 : Jane. 73 ; Margaret, 73 ; ^H Mackwilliaiu, Anne. 86. Henry, 70; Jduc, 09, 70; Mary, 73 ; Rebecca, 73 ; Ro- ^H Mihew. ^eMa^hefr. Joane. 09; Lawrence, 64, 69, bert, 73 ; Stiode, 73 ; ThomM, ^H Jfalidooi, 103. 70 ; Mary. 69, 70, 86 ; Pene- 73. ^H Mollett, Cicel;, 6 ; Gavei), 6 ; lope, 70 ; Peroi»al. 08. 86 ; M(n-t(m, 73. ^H Eatbeiine, 6 ; Micbael. 6. Pererell. 89, 70 1 Thomaa, 70, MOBTOS, 73 ; Bir George, 73 ; ^^^1 UaDneiB, George, Lord Bosse, Meleornbf RegU. 1. George, 73; Henry, T3 j ^M 86 ; Margaret. 86 ; — , Enl JfaUcr, 70. Honor, 60, 73; HargKrat,66; Maty,73;Thoina«,Il,BO,e*, ^H of Rutland, 86. Mbllm, or Miller, 70; AngoU, ^H HaoDing, Dototb?, ST ; JohD, 71 ; Anne. 70. 71 ; Dorothy, 65. 73 ; Walter, 73. ^V 87 : — , 18. 70; Eleanor, 70. 71; Eliia- UoS!, Anne, 18 ; William, 18. ^^ Mansion, RnlpU, 1 1. beth, 70, 7 1 ; OiLea. 70 ; Grace. Mullius, William, 102, Marchant, Anne, 69. 70; Jane, 70; Jasper, 70. 71 ; John, 70. 71; KatboriuB,70; Mnliward, Agnoa, 66 ; WllliMD, Harcombe, Thomax, 4. 65. UameT, Alice, 21 ; Sir Robert. Lawrence, 71 ; Margaret, 70 ; Munden, Asnes, 38 ; Jobn, 38. 21. Mary, 70 ; Sir Kobert, 70 ; Mus*ell, Dorothy, 56 ; Nicholas Uarali. Anne. i3 ; Robert, 43. Bobert,70,7);8arab,TO, 71; 56. Martin, 66. Tbonuw. 70 : Tbonnwine, 70 ; Mnslion, OIWer.69: l'aticnoo.«9. Mabtis, 66 ; Anae, 83 ; Doro- Wolky.70. &« Miller. Mynciey, Elizabeth. 6. thy. 24 ; Dr., 20 : Kluabetb, Melinoath, Tbomhs, 1. 6G ; Ellen, 65 ; France* 20 ; Miobaell, OatheriQo. 42 ; Doro- Francis, 66 ; Hearf. 24 ; thy, 9 ; Johu, 9, 42. N Hugh. 82 ; Joane, IS ; John, HicboU, l)amatd,3,4:Qenry,4. Miideln>Bf. 45. Nappar. 74, 2a. 23. 68 ; Prudence. 36 ; Mill. Bridget, 10 ; Bir Richard, NAPPER,nrNnpior,74; Andrew. BoigDold. 36 ; Hiebard, 15 ; 10; TboDins, 10. 71 ; Aone, 74. 80 ; Arnndoll. Bobert, 68 ; TbonM, 66, 66 ; Miller, Eleanor, MS; E., 86; 74 ; Chriawpher. 7i ; Edward, William, 06 ; — , 93. John, as, 83; Margaret, 41 ; 74 : Elizabeth, 46, 74 ; Fran- HarviD,AiuliD, I01;&dilh.l01i 8ir Hobort, 41 ; Robert, 2; Bliaabeth, S9, SO; George, 80; — , 8. *eMeller. 74 i Honry, 7* ; Jamoa, 74 1 JohQ. Si), SO. MintfTW, 71. Jant.74; Jolin,74; KKtbttrine. JfefA™, 67. MlNTEBNB, 71 ; Bridget. 71; 74; Magdalen. 74; air Natha- MATUKW. 67; Bridget, 67; UurulLy. 71 ; Eleanor, 71 ; niel. 45,74; Nalbanicl. 74; Sir Clare, 07;Dorothr.fi7iEli«- Francei. 71; Henry. 71; Jane. Robert, 74, SO ; Robert. 74 ; betb, 07 i Francis, 67 ; tJeol^, 71 : Joane. 71 ; John, 71 ; Shelton, 74 ; Thomas, 74 } 67 i Kathcrine, 67 ; Mary, 67 ; Margaret, TI. William, 74. Riohai>d, 67 ; Toby, 4. MoeU, hi. Nash, Henry. 97. MogB, Edith, 25 ; WUUam, 28. Neale, EliiaboEb, 41 ; l^ir Tho- gery, 85. Mohitn, 72, 93. mas, 41. Hatrat^r,. 4B. Moron, 72 ; Anne, 72 ; Cbria- Ntvilk. 62. HatinKll, Bli«abcth. 66 i John, tlao.83;(Th(Ire}iiil.72; Elea- Not ieon. Jane, 50 ; Niobolaa, 60. 62 ; Mary, 62 ; Hichard. 68. nor, 72 ; ElLtftbetb, 26, 72 ; N»>bHrgh, fia. Mawdley, Dorothy. » ; Uichard, George, 73; John, 72, 83; Newl>ury. Mary, 26 | Roger, 3«, 9 i Itoger. 1. Margaret, 72 ; Mary. 72 ; Newoourt, John, 46 ; Mary, 46. Hawdlin, Elizabeth, 78 ; Roger, Maximilian, 26, 72 ; HeUcr, Newman, EllKabeth,6]; Robert, 78. 72 ; Robert, 72. 61, Hay, Frances, 71 ; Jobn, 71. Moldford, Amy, 30 ; Jobn, SO. UoTbegr. Eleanor, 16 ; ESdward, JToImm, 63. tian, 18; — . IB. 49; Joane, 38, 49; John. IS, Moltiueux. Honor. 60 ; Oliver. Newton. p-raneM,B7;nenf7,87. 49;Mary, lOajBichard, 38; 60 ; — . 62. mekoUu. 103, liobcft, 49 ; Tbomasine. 49. MoUina, Robert, i. Normandy. Biebard, Duke of. Maybow. &r Maybew. 58. Mayor, mchard, 4 ; Robert. 2. 48 : Thomas, 49. Norria, Francca, 04 ; Robert, 84. Mayowe. Sw Mayhew. MoHta^, 62. Northumberland. Jobn, Duke Medon, Era, 61. Montaga. Sir Edward, 100; of, HB. Jftrw. 45, 68. Mu^arec. 100; Viscount, 93, Nortou, Anne. 87 ; George, 87. Mbkrb, 68; Alice, 68, 69; MonUort, Williiuo, 12. Notloy, Jobn, 4. Anne. 09 ; Barnard, OS ; Miidigate, Anne, 44 ; John. 44. Cicely. 68, 69 ; Dorothy. 69 ; Eleanor, 69 ; ElUabetb. 69 ; Moody. Joauo,6S; Bicbard. 82. Moonc *^Mobiin. Florence, 08 ; Frances, 68, 68 ; Moore Anne, 26, M ; Catherine, Henry, 69; Hester, B8; Hngh, 68, 69 ; Jane. 63 ; Joane, 6'J ; 8; Cbriatian, 61 ; Elizabeth, 85 ; George, « ; Jane. 84 ; OakM. Alice, 69 ; Robert, 69. Sir John. 68 ; Joho, OS, 69 ; John, 3.-., 66 ; Ricbanl. 96 ; 0.lber. Jane,.!! ; John, SI. Julian. 08 ; Magdalen, 69 ; Stephen, 3 ; — , 36. Ogden, EiiEabctb, 80; William, UagQua, 68 ; Margaret, 68 ; Mordatmt, Jaue, H6 ; Sir John. 96. Uaode, 88; Fatiwee, 69; 86. Oldich. John, 4. ^^ 112 THE VISITATION OF DOBSETSHIRE, 1628. OrangCi Alice, 50. 07erton, Joane, 21 ; Thomas, 21. Oxendon, Dorothy, 50; William, 60. Page, Anne, 91 ; Joane, 83 ; Richard, 83; William, 91. Palmer, Margaret, 76 ; Sir Tho- mas, 76. Palshott, Elizabeth, 88 ; Rich- ard, 88. Parham, Anne, 14 ; James, 14. Parke, Thomas, 4. Paveley^ 45. Pavier, — , 18. Pawlett, Anne, 26 ; Frances, 43; George, 43 ; Thomas, 26. Payne, Elizabeth, 82 ; John, 4, 82 ; Maade, 85 ; Thomas, 85 ; Richard, 2. Peacock, Mary, 67; Thomas, 67. Pelham^ 76. Pelham, 76; Anne. 75; An- thony, 75 ; Blanch, 75 ; Ed- ward, 75 ; Elizabeth, 57, 76 Herbert, 57, 75 ; John, 75 Margaret, 76 ; Penelope, 75 Robert, 76 ; Thomas, 75. Pelor, Henry, 68. Penny, Edith, 57 ; Egidius, 67. Penruddock, Arundel 1, 41; John, 41. Percy, Alicia, 17 ; Anne, 17 ; Henry, 17 ; Letitia, 17; Phi- Up, 17. Perking, John, 3 ; Mary, 64 ; William, 64. PE8INO, 75 ; Anne, 76 ; Doro- thy, 75, 76 ; Edith, 76 ; Hugh, 76 ; Joane, 76 ; John, 76, 76 ; Mary, 76 ; Roger, 76. Peter, Thoma8ine,30 ; William, 30. Petoe, Sir John, 74. Phelps, — , 78. Phetiplace, Bridge, 26. PhiUipp$, 76. Phillipps, 76 ; Anne, 76 ; Do- rothy, 60, 76 ; Sir Edward, 76; Edward, 76 ; Elizabeth, 6,76 ; John, 76 ; Margery, 76 ; Rich- ard, 76 ; Sir Robert, 76 ; Theo- phila, 76 ; Sir Thomas, 76 ; Thomas, 6, 60, 76. Pitcher, Thomasine, 18; Wil- liam, 18. Pitt, Christopher, 64 ; Qrace, 101 ; Joane, 84 ; John, 24 Eatherine, 101 ; Lucy, 64 Margaret, 16 ; Matthew, 2 Melier, 72 ; Richard, 16 ; Sir William, 84; William, 101. See Bennett. Plantoffen^tf Duke of Clarence, 62. Pokeswell, Christian, 88 ; John, 88. Polden, Joane, 77 ; John, 42, 86 ; Margaret, 86 ; Susan, 42; Thomas, 77. PoU, 62. Polton, Dorothy, 36 ; Edward, 36. Pomfrety 11, POMPEBT,77; Bridget, 77 ; Ed- ward, 77 ; Elizabeth, 77 ; Frances, 77 ; George, 77 ; John, 77 ; Lawrence, 77 ; Mar- garet, 77 ; Robert, 77 ; Selina, 77 ; Sophia, 77 ; Thomas, 77. Poole ^ 1. Poole, Sir William, 37. Poore, Margaret, 95 ; Philip, 96. Pope, 11. Pope, 77 ; Catherine, 77 ; George, 77 ; Joane, 77 ; John, 77 ; Robert, 77. Popham,SirJohn,60; Penelope, 60. Port, 65. Port, Agnes, 55 ; Dorothy, 52 ; Sir John, 52 ; John, 66. Power, 103. Power, William, 103. Powlett. See Pawlett. Presley, Agnes, 102 ; Thomas, 102. Prince, Barnaby, 18 ; Margaret, 18. Prowte, Catherine, 27 ; Ed- mond, 27. Purefoy, George, 48 ; Lucy, 48. Pfjdel (?), 66. Pyne, 78 ; Anne, 62 ; Augus- tine, 78 ; Hugh, 2 ; Joane, 78 ; John, 52, 78 ; Lewis, 78; Ursula, 78 ; William, 78. Quick, Humphrey, 6 ; Mary, 6. R Radford, 78. Radfobd, 78 ; Arthur, 78 ; Elizabeth, 78 ; Eatherine, 64, 78 ; Lawrence, 77, 78 ; Margaret, 78 ; Rawleigh, 78 ; Sophia, 77 ; William, 78. Rase, James, 62 ; Joane, 52. Raw, Agnes, 73 ; John, 73. Rawleigh, Margaret, 78 ; Sir Walter, 78. Rawles, 78. Rawles, 78 ; Agnes, 78, 93 Augustine, 79 ; Christian, 79 Elizabeth, 79 ; Frances, 79 Joane, 78, 79 ; John. 79 Mary, 79 ; Susan, 79 ; Tho mas, 79; Ursula, 79; Wil liam, 78, 79, 83. Rawlinson, Henry, 69 ; Mag- dalen, 69. Ray, Edward, 4. Rajer, James, 102 ; Joane, 102. Rayment, Frances, 64 ; Wil- liam, 64. Raymond, George, 78 ; Unola, 78. Reeves, Dorothy, 63 ; Sir John, 63 ; Mary, 36 ; Robert, 36. Reines, Frances, 9 ; James, 9. Reinoldi, 103. Reires. See Reeves. Reniger, Elizabeth, 96. Reynolds, James, 4. Richmond and Lenox, Lod- wick, Duke of, 8. Ringbome, Eatherine, 22, 23 ; William, 22, 23. Roberts, Thomas, 1. Robins, Agnes, 102: Thonuw, 102. Robson, Agnes, 85. Rockley, — , 21. Rodney, Elizabeth, 94; Sir John, 94. Rogers, 79. ROQBES, 79 ; Andrew, 79 ; Anne, 10 ; Dorothy, 6 ; Ed- ward, 6, 79, 87 ; Elizabeth, 79 ; Frances, 79, 100 ; Henry, 66 ; Howard, 79, 87 ; Joane, 79 ; Sir John, 26, 79, 100 ; John, 4, 79 ; Katherine, 79 ; Margaret, 26, 66, 79 ; Mary, 79; Sir Richard, 79 ; Richard, 79 ; — , 60. Rois, Edward, 2. Romaine, Christian, 79 ; Nicho- las, 79. Rosse, Lord, 86. Royall, Joane, 102 ; John, 102. Rugg, Jane, 22, 23. Russell, 45. Russell, Anne, 74, 93 ; Cathe- rine, 66 ; George, 66 ; John, 74. Rutland, Earl of, 86. Ryves, 80. Rtveb, 80 ; Amy, 80 ; Anne, 80, 81 ; Charles, 80 ; Dorothy, 80 ; Edith, 80 ; Elizabeth, 80, 81 ; Frances, 80 ; George, 60, 80, 81 ; Henry, 80 ; James, 80 ; John, 80, 81 ; Lucy, 56, 80 ; Margaret, 64, 80, 81 ; Markes, 80; Mary, 60, 80, 81; Matthew, 80; Millicent, 81 ; Richard, 80, 81 ; Robert, 80, 81 ; Dr. Thomas, 80; Va- lentine, 80; Sir William, 80. 8 Sacheverell, 81. Sacheyebell, 81 ; Avice, 98 Anne, 81 ; "Christopher, 8 198; Deborah, 81 ; Elizabeth 77 ; Hugh, 77, 81 : Isabel, 81 John, 81 ; Elobert^ 81 ; St. John, 81 ; Theophilus, 81 Timothy, 81 ; William, 81. Saint Aubyn, Frances, 79 Francis, 79. Saint John, Joane, 86. INDBI. 118 »almon,Elii>bcth,gOiTlioma«, Sneg?, Sir George, -26 ; Margery, John, 79, 87. 94; John, 8S. 80. 26. 87 ; Lucy, 87 ; Mabel, 87 ; 8ALTSI1.82; Alice, 82; Aricf. Snclling, Alicu. 13 ; Robert, 13. Nicbola*,86,87.94; Reboeea. 83 ; KH»Bb«ib, 82 : Jolin.SSj William. 82. Suooil, Antbony, 20; Dorciia.20. 87 ; 8elina. 87 ; Thnmaa, 87 ; SimnfafM. 8S. t;r.ulfl. 87 ; Wadham, 87. IJAJIWArBS. 82 ; Alice. 16, 17 ; Bomeryillc, Catherine. 63 ; Ro- StrattBn. 103. Amj. 8i ; Auilrow, 83 : Anno. bert, B3. fitrobridge. CBtberine.78 ; John. 82; E1i»t».aL,82; HearT,B2) SomeWer, Anne, 93. 73. John. 83; M.irj.82i— , B4,78. Somtner, Aleiander. 4. .-Urode. 88, Stindfimi. 46. 8oper, — , 78, 86. Sootb, Bicbaid, 26 ; Urith, 25. Alice, 88 ; Butrice. 88; 76. Koulbamploii, F^srl of, A3. Speake, Anne, 87 i Barbara. 92 ; Chri*Uan, 88 ; Kdmond, 88 • &ndU. 104. Edward, S9 ; Kliiabetb, 37, ■ S^uudtin. Robert. 4. Eliiabetli. 94 ; Sir Oeome, 7e,8B;OirorBe,g9;IIc„ry,P8; (iAVACK.SHi ARTits, B3; Anne, 76. 93, 94 ; Oeorge, 87 ; air Hugh,s*:<^', I i,,:,-^-^.,!,.!,,, 47; iMrolhY. 8.1 ; Kditb. 29 ; Thoma., 70. 2. h. -'.' !■ ■ .. KliiiiU'lh. K.! ; UcorgE, 8a ; Spieer, John, 3. Marp.ipi. - -. . -. . Huf-li. ND 1 JoMiP. tm : Mab«l, Sprage, Anne, 48 ; ChriBtopher, Maoik. ■- 83 ; Mnrenret, 28. 83 ; Marj. 48, llidll.l-1, -^ . -:: l'..',.,1, .■■[I; SSil'rtrooell.S^; Riehard.SS: SgaM, lOS. Robert, HH ; Tii-m-.k,, Trt, 89 ; Tbomii.*?; William. 28.88. 8>|u»>b, KUxabelh, 19; John, Warren. 8X ; William, 88. Scarlett, -, 66. 103 ; HBUile,39 ; Richard. 19, Stroud, Anne. 30 ; Josne, 46 ; Booroll. John. 20 ; Sunn, 20. Sfaffi-ni. 45. Robert. 30. Boroop. Eliwbeth, 23. fttAQO. »b ; Alice. 86 ; Aiido, Biudley. Giles. 4 ; John, 4. 8cutt, Qtwntc I. 83 ; Oilei. SS : Margaret, 85 : Sturmy. ElU.bctb, 32. 38; Wll. U«y.86; Maude.«6; Rich- liam.3S,23. B«Knr, Sir William, Oarter, 47, ard. «B ; Su«in. 8S ; Tbwna^ StgU. 89. fit. 85 ; William. 86. STn.S,8e; Eliiabeth. 89; Rthel- Srumoar, 83. Stanliry, — . 62. dtcd, 89 ; George, 89 ; OJIe^ SBTHoclt. H3; Agne^ 79. 83. Stanter. Alice, 31 ; Peter, 31 ; 89 ; Henry, 89 ; Joane, 69 ; Jobn.89 ; MArgar«t.89; Mary. 84 ; BH'IkvH. S3 ; Eilitb. 80, — , 1(X). 84 ; Sir IfilwinJ, 23 ; Ueni?. SUrr, Rebecca. 81 ; William, 4. 89 i Riohard. 89 : Sarah. 89. 84 1 Joniic, 84 1 Jubn. 37. TU, 61. Swaine. Alice. 41 ; Anac, 41 : BO. 8S. 84 ; Judilb, 37 ; Lady SUwell, Sir John, 46 ; Kalbe- Arthur. 41; Catherine. BS; Mary. 79 ; Mary, H4 : l^ne. lopn. 94 ; Sir KoWt, H4 i Ro- rlue, 48. Gertnidc. 48; Jamfii, 48; Stead. Cbri>rti»n,l7:n«iry. 17. John, 41. SG; Mary, 49 ; Uil- liert, 84; William, 84; — , Stevenson. Henry, 4. llcent.42; Ricbar»,Allup,9l;IC».84; Marj, 81; Ricbanl. 86 ; Charli'x. 88 ; EdwanI, $i ; Tboma* 84 ; WUliam. 88 ; Eliiabctb. 86 ; FrancM, 81 ; — . 86. 86; Uriwater. 86; Henry, TttlliBi, 90. mfrnnut. 46. Talbot, 00; Allc«, 90, 91 ; SUvrKiui. — , 7. Philip, 8«;Tliom«. 88; Wil- Anne, 91 ; AtU, IDI ; Kditb, SWret, E-lw.nl, 63 ; Joanc. 63, liam, Lord, 86 ; William, 86 ; 91; Kdmond. 91 ; Honor, 91; - Skcnu'. HriHgo. 20. — . Lord. 8. John, 90. 101 ; William, 90, ^- .Ski,„.frt,.r,._,07. 8U.wre,Julian.l7;Niohol«».17. 91. SLnuIling. Malwl, 63 ; John. 63. Tafler, 40. s«»,.i- M;Hrihn, 48, 98 ; John, 7, 94, 98, 99 ; Lewis, 98 ; Margery, 98 ; Mary. 92, 98, 99; Rachel, 98; Robert, 15, 48, 92, 97-99; Stephen, 98 ; Susan. 99 ; Wil- liam, 1, 22, 30,98, 99 ; —,81. Willis, Agnes, 83 ; Anne, 39 ; William, 39. Willflvghby, 45, 99. WiLLOUQUBY, 99 ; Alice, 100 ; Anne, 40 ; Anthony, 99 ; Rhimh, 99; Catherine, 100; Cecilia, 100 ; Christopher, KK) ; Dorothy, 62 ; Elizabeth, 36, 40 ; Ernley, 100 ; Frances, 100 ; Sir Francis, 62 ; Giles, KM); Henry, 36, 40; Jane, 25, KM); John, 100; Mary, 100 ; Michael, 1(K); Nicholas, 40; Rachael, 100; Richard, 99, 100 ; Kobert, lx)rd Brooke, 99 ; Robert, 100 ; Thomas, 100 ; William, 25, 100. WnU, 45. Wtlt shirt', 7. Wiltshire, Juliana, 7; Nicho- las, 7. Winford,Alice,ll,12; John,ll. Wiiif^'lield, Charles, 22,23; Jane, 22, 23. Wiuterborn, Jane, 58 ; Sir John, 58. Wiuterhay, Anne, 70 ; Giles, 70. Wiseman. Elizabeth, 35 ; John, 35 ; Joshua, 35. Wish, Anne, 94 ; Thomas, 94. WoUry, Anne. 70 ; Eleanor, 61 ; Julin,51,70, 71; Margaret, 71. Mmnl, 100. Wood. KK); Anne, 69; Ed- ward, 90, 100 ; Elizabeth, INDEX. 115 100 ; FranceA, 90 ; James, 4 ; John, 100; Margaret, 100; Richard, 69 ; Robert 100. WoOLFBiES, 101 ; Anne, 101 Avis, 101 ; Catherine, 101 Edith, 101; Egidius, 101 Grace, 101 ; Henrj, 101 Richard, 101 ; William, 101. Weight, 101 ; Frances, 101 ; Grace, 101 ; Isabel, 101 ; Tho- mas, 101 ; WilUam, 101. Wriothesley, Anne, 63; Tho- mas, Garter, 44. Wyh!, 102. See Veeke and Wike. Yarde, Edward, 48 ; Geojge, 28 ; Mary, 28, 48, 70. Yeomans, — , 90. Tange, lUl. YONOE, 101 ; Agnes, 102 ; Alice, 101 ; Amy, 102 ; Christopher, 35, 102 ; Edmond, 102 ; Elea- nor, 102 ; Elizabeth, 35, 101, 102 ; Frances, 102 ; Francis, 102 ; Henry, 101, 102 ; James, 102 ; Jane, 102 ; Joane, 102 ; John, 102; Katherine,- 101, 102 ; Lucy, 102 ; Margaret, 102; Mary, 102; Nicholas, 102; Richard, 101; Robert, 102 ; Roger, 102 ; Simon, 35 ; Susan, 102 ; Thomas, 101, 102. Young, Edward, 27 ; Joane, 27, 79; Thomas, 79. See Ed- monds. ERRATA. Page 44, bottom of the page, the signature William Gardtker is omitted. Page 53, last line,/4:;r Edw. Hawles read Edm. Hawlbs. Page 60, line S,/or Giles Hubee rrad Gyles Husee. London : Mitchell and Uughet, Printen, 140 Wardoor Street, W.

BRITISH SOLAR POWER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE AND DEFINITIONS - COMMERCIAL 1. All orders and agreements shall be subject to these conditions. Conditions stipulated in the customer’s order form or elsewhere shall be of no effect if they conflict with these conditions. Quotations given include reference to these terms and these terms must be accepted by The Customer in writing before any contract can be made. Acceptance recognises that these terms are an integral part of the quotation and any contract agreed. 2. The Company shall mean Britsolar Limited trading as British Solar Power. The Company’s obligations to The Customer are defined by the Renewable Energy Consumer Code and ensure that all work is done with all reasonable skill and care according to the timetable agreed. The Company will provide an itemised list of the goods to be supplied, all survey, design installation and other services to be provided, a list of services not included in the quotation which you will need to provide, a statement of taxes such as VAT, a timetable for supplying the goods and for carrying out installation work, accurate information about approvals and permissions needed for the proposed system and any grants or other financial incentives available for the work, the chance to approve site designs before the works starts, a written estimate of how the system will perform calculated according to the Renewable Energy Consumer Code. 3. Prices cover system design, supply, installation and commissioning. Installations shall take 1 or more days depending on the size of project, complexity and unforeseen delays. 4. The company operates a fixed price policy once a final quote has been accepted excepting unexpected work. If unexpected work arises The Company will explain it and ask The Customer how he or she wishes to proceed. 5. The payment schedule is: two thirds with contract, balance 14 days before the scheduled installation date. 6. All products remain the property of The Company until paid for in full. Transfer of title to the goods or a proportion of the goods occurs as The Domestic Customer makes payment for the goods. Where the payment has been used to make specific purchases on behalf of The Customer legal title passes to The Customer. The Company will arrange delivery to site and the Customer must ensure that the goods are stored in a safe secure location. The Customer will not destroy deface or obscure any identifying mark or packaging on or relating to the goods. If the contract is terminated early due to serious breach by The Company The Customer must return the goods immediately or purchase them at retail price as quoted. The Customer is not entitled due to any alleged minor defect to withhold the outstanding balance and if any amount is to be withheld The Customer must give The Company notice before the final date on which payment is due stating in that notice the reasons for withholding payment. If payment is not received when payment is due The Company may give The Customer written notice of intention to stop work on the installation. Once this notice has been given all work will be suspended until payment is made. If The Customer is in breach of the contract because the agreed payment has not been made The Company will be entitled to recover any additional costs incurred. Written notice containing full particulars of any claim for compensation will be provided within 21 days of the work being suspended. The Company may require The Customer to return and deliver up the goods not paid for. 7. The Company will make all reasonable efforts to install on the agreed date. If components proposed become unobtainable The Company will substitute equivalents or near equivalents at the same or reduced cost in which case the price charged will be reduced to reflect any savings. The Company cannot be held responsible for delays which may occur for reasons beyond the control of The Company related inter alia to installation or related works. If such delays occur The Company will reschedule and complete the work as soon as possible except in circumstances arising from such delays which render completion unreasonable in which case The Company reserves the right to cancel the contract and reimburse any payments made less costs incurred. If after signing the contract The Customer decides to re-specify the work The Company will endeavour to incorporate any changes providing they are technically possible, The Company has the necessary resources, and necessary permissions are in place. If The Company agrees to the changes The Customer must confirm in writing within 14 days of the first notification. The Company will readjust the price by written agreement beforehand if possible or if not by later written agreement or if not by referring to any priced documents if this applies or if not by a reasonable amount for the work done and goods supplied resulting from the re-specification. In the case of major delays of the delivery of goods The Customer may be offered different products of comparable of equivalent specification. 8. The Company reserves the right to reschedule the installation if unavoidable to dates reasonably acceptable to The Customer. If The Customer reschedules in an untimely fashion causing extra unavoidable costs to The Company The Customer will become responsible for extra costs incurred such as unrecoverable installation team labour costs at an hourly rate of £40 plus VAT at a minimum of 8 hours per day per person. 9. If The Customer agrees to carry out preparatory work it will be agreed in writing and all work must be carried out by a competent person and completed by the agreed date. If these conditions are not met so that The Company can not carry out the work on the agreed dates The Company reserves the right to charge extra labour as clause 8. Where unexpected work arises The Company will inform The Customer and ask how The Customer wants The Company to proceed. If issues arise that bring about a delay in the work or time on site in excess of the original schedule The Customer will pay for the cost of that delay as clause 8. An example of a typical delay would be a deficiency in the electrical wiring of the property requiring remedial work before the system being installed by The Company can be tested and/or commissioned or discovery of structural faults within the roof structure or a chimney stack which would lead to an unsafe installation. 10. The Customer shall be responsible for the accuracy of any plans or drawings or estimated measurements he supplies and if these prove inaccurate he will be liable for any extra costs incurred by The Company. 11. The Customer will provide a practical and comfortable working environment including provision of water, washing facilities and toilets, use of electricity supply, adequate storage space and ease of access to working areas. 12. The company selects products to suit the needs of the customer. All products are MCS approved and all inverters are G83 compliant. All work is carried out to the MCS installer standard in force at the time of installation. 13. The performance of solar PV systems is impossible to predict with certainty due to the variability in the amount of solar radiation (sunlight) from location to location and from year to year. All estimates are based upon the standard MCS procedure and given as guidance only. They should not be considered as a guarantee of performance. 14. System specifications and layout diagrams are based upon approximate measurements. Energy and Carbon saving calculations are based on figures supplied by the Energy Saving Trust. 15. Where applicable e.g. for listed buildings and in conservation areas, The Customer will ensure that permissions and approvals are obtained before work starts. The Company can assist with planning approval for an additional charge. In some conservation areas, on listed buildings, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, National Parks, or if the Solar PV system is outside the design parameters of the local council, planning approval may be required. Ultimate responsibility for planning lies with the client. 16. Any system with a Declared Net Capacity (DNC) greater than 3.68kW requires an installer to obtain approval from the Distribution Network Operator (DNO) prior to installation. The Declared Net Capacity is calculated in two ways and is the lower of: a. The kilowatt peak (kWp) rating of the system multiplied by the maximum efficiency of the inverter. b. The maximum AC output of the specified inverter. DNO permission is subject to a lead time specified by the DNO over which The Company has no control. 17. The Customer will be provided with an Operation and Maintenance Manual containing product warranties and test certificates within 14 days of completion of installation. The Company will endeavour to provide the MCS certificate within 7 days of final payment. 18. The Company warrants the workmanship on the mounting system and wiring of the photovoltaic system for 12 months. Photovoltaic modules, inverters and other products are covered separately by the manufacturers’ warranties. The Company will ensure this is carried out in accordance with the Supply of Goods and Services Act (1982) and will carry out any necessary repairs for the client for labour cost only. Warranty is voided in the event of any damage resulting from any work not authorised by The Company taking place on the installation. 19. If The Customer is in serious breach of his obligations as set out in these terms and fails to remedy that breach within 14 days of receiving written notice from The Company we have the right to cancel. The Customer will be given reasonable opportunity to rectify the alleged breach. If The Company suffers a loss as the result of a breach we will take reasonable steps to limit the loss and if the breach leads to a cancellation The Customer may have to pay compensation fro costs and losses. 20. If at any time a dispute arises that cannot be resolved the matter can be referred to the conciliation service offered by the Renewable Energy Consumer Code scheme which aims to reach a non-legal solution to the dispute in a reasonable timescale. The Renewable Energy Consumer Code will appoint a suitably qualified independent expert (or experts) to consider the matter in the light of consumer protection legislation in force. After considering all the evidence, either in writing, or in a face-to-face mediation, the expert will make recommendations for resolving the issue. Neither party will be bound by these recommendations, though both are strongly encouraged to accept them in the interests of resolving the dispute speedily and effectively. If the conciliator’s recommendations are not acceptable for any reason, you can refer the matter to the independent arbitration service and we must agree to arbitration if that is your wish. If we would like to seek arbitration then we must seek your permission first. The procedure used for independent arbitration is described in the Renewable Energy Consumer Code. You will have to pay a fee equivalent to the County Court small claims procedure fee. This fee will be refunded to you if the arbitrator finds in your favour. The outcome of the arbitration process will be legally binding and enforceable. An award made under the independent arbitration service will be final and binding on you and us. You and we may only challenge the award on certain limited grounds under the Arbitration Act 1996.29. These conditions and all other express terms of the contract shall be governed and construed in accordance with the law of England and any disputes will be subject to the jurisdiction of the English courts. Commercial Rev 1 – 10 July 2013

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