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A History of Cambridgeshire. By Rev. EDWARD CONYBEARE, Vicar of Barrington. London:

Elliot Stock, 62 Paternoster Row, E.C. This work forms one of a series of County Histories issued by Mr. Stock, being the twelfth published, and is written by the Rev. E. Cony beare, who begins by giving the geological formations, the flora, and the fossils discovered, and onwards to the extinction of the bear, the elk, and the wild bulí, a head of one of the latter being preserved in the Woodwardian Museum with a flint implement embedded still in the bone. Neolithic weapons have been found in the country, being turned up in the fields, and sometimes found in the ancient barrows and afterwards in the tumuli of Celtic interments.

The learned Author speaks of the large engineering works carried on in Cambridgeshire, corroborated by Cæsar and other writers, who speak of the Britons having a coinage of their own of native Welsh and Cornish gold. Its early British period is recognizable in the “ Icknield Street," situate in the south-eastern corner of the county, and in the earth works of Castle Hall, of Vandlebury, the Round Moats at Fowlmere, also those at Shuckburgh Castle and at Grantchester. The ancient ironworks lately made public in Kent also prove, like those of Cambridge, that the Midlands were only utilized as the old works were worn out elsewhere. The formation of the dykes in the county prove the skill of the engineers at the time, as the famous Devil's Dyke across Newmarket Heath extends for nearly ten miles, and is thirty feet above the ditch, thus forming a formidable obstacle before the day of " villanous gunpowder.”

Leaving the Romano-Britisb period the Author divides the Anglo-Saxon period into two, and gives graphic accounts of the inroads by Canute and the desperate defence of the islanders, there being six battles fought in 1016, and King Edmund in the fifth gathering all the English nation, and following the hitherto successful Danes, overtook them at the “down called Assandun," or Ashdon, as it is conjectured. In the meadows beside the Bourne, the King, with the flower of the English nobility, and likewise a body of monks from Ely, swept down from the higher ground in a charge so brilliant that it clove like a thunderbolt the Danish battle lines, in the midst being the king brandishing his sword and charging with his troops, until in the fighting mass be was suddenly missed, and then began the cry “ Edmund is dead," and the Alderman Edric with his Herefordshire contingent set the example of flight, and “then had Canute the victory.” He, however, was as just as most victors, for when Edric pleaded his treason as a ground for Royal favour, Canute replied, “ You say well. I will lift up your head above all the nobility of England.” And so it was, being impaled on the highest battlement of the Tower of London.

This historical incident is followed by many others, among them the battle of Hastings, of which William of Malmesbury laments that “ England is become the home of foreigners, not one English man being left who is either Earl, Bishop, or Abbott.” This period is followed by the Norman, the Early English, the Reformation, and Modern Period, including the mention of the Oxford and Cambridge boat race and the Board Schools. The work is well worth securing, and being cheap (78. 6d.) ought to bave a large sale. The Author has made the book perfect with an Appendix and a capital Index.

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At a very opportune time the Harleian Society is issuing the Visitation of Cainbridge of 1575 and 1619 to its Members. The work is edited by J. W. Clay, Esq., F.S.A., and is issued with a plate of the various coats of arms granted to the five Regius Professors of the University.

The Note-book of Tristram Risdon, 1601–1628. Transcribed and Edited from the original MSS.

by JAMES DALLAS, F.L.S., and HENRY G. PORTER. London: Elliot Stock, 62 Paternoster

Row, E.C. To Devonshire people this work will be very interesting, although the period over which it ranges is oniy twenty years, and those early in the seventeenth century. It begins by giving the arms of upwards of 1000 families, from Abbot to Zouch, occupying fifty-two pages. The feudal baronies of Devon and their holders are next given, to which are appended very ample notes of explanation. Lists of the Earls, Nobles, and Sheriffs are given, followed by those of the Peers, Baronets, and Knights, with their arms. Short biographical notices are given of the latter, from the Conquest to the reign of Henry IV., likewise of distinguished men to the reign of Charles I., the whole occupying 150 pages. The book concludes with lists of the Barons and Knights in Cornwall from Henry II. to James I., those of Dorset, the Knights of Somersetshire and Wiltshire up to Henry VIII., and list of Peers in Hampshire. The work concludes with a list of the Tenants of Lands and Manors in England up to the thirty-second year of Henry VIII., and has two excellent Indices of Persons and Places. It will prove very valuable to genealogists searching for information about 1608-28, and the Editors have done their best in giving the particulars of so many people, which for correctness sake bave been compared with the Fine Rolls and other records.

Naval and Military Magazine. Indian Empire Number, October, 1897. Offices : 16 Essex

Street, Strand. This is a new periodical, now in its fifth number, and makes upwards of 100 pages. It com. mences with a very spirited poem by Colonel Newuham-Davis entitled “Lords of the East.” There are very good articles on the Indian Question” and on “ Armed Cruisers," and Admiral Sir Richard Vesey Hamilton has an exhaustive paper entitled “The Vindication of Nelson," well illustrated. There is an article on the “ Foudroyant ” with an account of her action with the "Monmouth,” and two articles are on the Indian Mutiny, one being the history of the Cawnpore Massacre, and the other is a tale in connection with it. " The duel of the Count de Firon” is an account of a duelling Frenchman, and “The Captor of Bhurtpore," by Captain Salusbury, is a genealogical history of the writer's family, from Sir John Salusbury, "a hero of the Crusades and the founder of Denbigh Abbey.” By a very good pedigree the line is traced until it comes to Sir Stapleton Cotton, Bart., afterwards F.M. Viscount Cumbermere, the 38th in the line of descent, his great-grandfather taking the name of Salusbury-Cotton from his mother marrying Sir Robert Cotton in 1712. The article is illustrated with the Viscount's portrait when 92, and has 24 coats of arms, and gives a good account of the General's career. Altogether the number is an excellent one, and well worth the shilling it is published at.

The Virginia Magazine, Vol. V., No. 2, October, 1897. Virginia, Richmond, U.S.A. This magazine keeps on its usual course of publishing the State and other documents of the seventeenth century, among them being an account of the tobacco crop in 1639, depositions of Continental soldiers respecting past services, the genealogy of the Cocke family, and Historical Notes and Queries, besides Notices of Books. It is a very good number, although the interest in it would be more restricted to American Readers.

The Journal of the Ex Libris Society. Vol. VII., October-December, 1897. London : A. and

C. Black, Sobo Square, W. THE October number bas for its plate that of the Rev. John W. Crake, designed by Will Foster, Plymouth : it shews the interior of a library, and through the open window is seen Durbam Cathedral, no doubt from a suggestion by the Rev. gentleman himself, whose birthplace was near. The plate is printed in a brown tone, and is very delicately drawn, even to shewing a handsome ceiling. An article by Miss Edith Carey on Guernsey bookplates has five Tupper plates, and in the November part the same lady has some bookplates of the Mesurier family with an interesting article. We must not forget to mention that the energetic Editor has an article running tbrough the last three parts entitled “Catalogue of English Trophy Plates,” shewing several examples, and going from A to W. Each part is as interesting as ever, and the December one ends its seventh volume.

LITERARY NOTES.

Mr. Farrar, the Editor of the Index to the Irish Marriages in Walker's "Hibernian Magazine,” proposes to follow it up with a series of Indices to the Births and Obituary Notices in “Gentleman's Magazine," 1731–1868, the Births, Marriages, and Deaths in the “ Scots Magazine," 1739–1826, as well as the Obituary Notices in Walker's “ Hibernian Magazine," 1771-1812, to be issued in quarterly parts.

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Early in January will be issued Vol. IV. of the “Marriages at St. George, Hanover Square," bringing the date up to 1836-7, the year that the Civil Registration Act came into force.

Books for Review and Notices of Forthcoming Works should be addressed to the Publishing Offices, 140 Wardour Street, London, W.

End of Volume IX., Chird Series.

INDEX OF NAMES.

Names in Italics have their Arms given.
pl. signifies reference to a Plate.

A

A Werke, Raufe, 244; Thomas, 244,
Abbott, Edward Archer, 104 ; Capt. J. A., 104.
Abercrombie, Lord, 173.
Abergavenny, Elizabeth, Lady, 191; George,

Lord, 191.
Abery, Sarah, 125.
Abraham, Elizabeth, 94 ; Thomas, 94.
Abram, Mary, 206 ; Thomas, 206.
Acheley, Anna, 296; Johannes, 296.
Acton, Mary, 206; Richard, 206.
Adams, Elizabeth, 10, 93 ; John, 93 ; Mary, 210;

Hon. Mary Anne, 160 ; William, LL.D., 160.
Adamson, Alice, 36 ; Marie, 15; Thomas, 15.
Addams, Edmund, 137; James, 94 ; Jane, 137 ;

Robert, 94.
Adderley, Mercy, 162; Thomas, 162.
Addison, Charlotte, 230; Charlotte, previously

Countess of Warwick, 53, 230; Jane, 230;
Joseph, 53: Rt. Hon. Joseph, Essayist and
Statesman, 230 ; Lancelot, Dean of Lichfield,

230.
Adeior, Alex'er, 53.
Adeiw, Alex'er, 53.
Adhams. Edward, 207 ; Margaret, 207.
Adry, Katherine, 86.
Ady, Frances, 249.
Aedy, Mary, 115 ; Willm., 115.
Affleck, Anne, 70, 225; Charlotte, 226 ; Gilbert,

69; Gilbert, M.P., 225 ; -, 68.
Aggelefeild, Elizabeth, 15; John, 15.
Aggelffilde, Elizabeth, 16 ; John, 16.
Aglionby, Elizabeth, 161 ; John, 161; Mary, 161.
Aikman, John, 115 ; William, 115.
Aileeffe, Gressill, 16 ; Grissell, 16.
Airolles, see D'Airolles.
Aislaby, James, 36; John, 36 ; Ralph, 36.
Alcerne, Jane, 57.
Alcorne (Alchorne), Mary, 246.
Alee, Kateryn, 284.
Alen, Joanne, 94 ; Thomas, 94.
Alexander, James, 134 ; -,

238.
Allen, Anna Carolina, 166 ; Beint, 135 ; Bennet,

135 ; Charles, 166 ; Christopher, 206; Ellen,
57; Gamaliell, 135 ; Joane, 13, 56; Martha,
74 ; Mary, 210, 248; Sara, 206 ; Stepben, 210;

Susan, 206 ; Vincent, 13,57; -, 74, 118,120, 132.
Allin, Anne, 154.
Allright, Alice, 249.
Alston, Elizabeth, 162; Fred., 162 ; Jos., 67 ;
Louisa, 162; Thomas, 162.

VOL. II., SERIES III,

Alured, 189, 191.
Alured, Anne, 189; Frances, 189; Henry, 189;

Jane, 189; John, 189; Col. John, M.P., 189;

Mary, 189 ; Matthew, 189 ; Thomas, 189.
Ames, Bathsheba, 303.
Amherst, Anne, 55 ; Richard, 55.
Amies, Marye, 136 ; Peter, 136.
Amye, Alce, 13; Matthew, 13.
Amyot, 26, 29.
Amyot, Achille, 27 ; Achille Joseph, 27 ; Aglacé,

27 ; Albano, 27; Alicia Honora, 29; Andrew,
28 ; Ann, 28 ; Anne, 26 ; Antoinette Eleonore,
27; Armand, 27; Carolina Catharina, 30;
Catharine, 28 ; Catharine Florence, 30; Cecilia
Jane, 29; Charlotte Susan, 28 ; Clarisse, 27 ;
Claud, 28; Capt. Edward, 27; Edward
Whittingham, 28 ; Elizabeth, 28, 29; Eugene,
27; Fanny, 27; Francois Pierre, 27 ; Fran-
coise, 27 ; Genevieve, 27 ; Harriet Ficklin, 30 ;
Henry, 28 ; Isaac, 28 ; Isaac Gervaise, 28 ;
Jacques, Bishop of Auxerre, 26 ; Dr. Jacques,
27; Jane, 28, 29; Jane Elizabeth, 30; Jane
Sophia, 28 ; Jean, 26, 27 ; Jean Francois, 27;
Jeanne, 26; John Edward, 29; Joseph Parfait,
27; Judith, 28, 59; Judith Mary, 28, 59;
Julia Augusta, 29 ; Madam, 27; Margaret
Ellen, 30; Marguerite, 26; Marie, 26, 27;
Marie Francoise, 27; Mary, 28; Mary Ann,
28 ; Abbé Matthias, 27; Nicolas, 26 ; Nicholas
Pierre, 27; Noel Ethel, 30; Olympe, 27;
Paul, 28 ; Peter, 28, 29; Philippe, 26 ; Pierre
Edine, 27 ; Lieut. Richard Garrett, 28 ; Sophie,
27; Susan, 29 ; Susan Elizabeth, 28; Susanna,
28 ; Susanne Marguerite, 28 ; Susanna Mary,
28; T. E., 26; Thomas, 28, 29. 59; Thomas
Edward, 29; Thomas Engelhart, 30 ; Thomas
Howes Edward, 30; Thomes Edwd., 29;
Thos. H. E., 30; William Henry, 29; Wm.

Henry, 29; 26, 27, 29.
Ancaster, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, Earl of

Lindsey and Duke of, 235.
Anderton, Agnes, 13; John, 13.
Andrewe, Ellen, 14.
Andrewes, Christian, 52 ; Edward, 304 ; Eliza-

beth, 57; Frances, 304; Marie, 16; Robert,

302 ; Susan, 302.
Andrews, Charles, 4; Elizabeth, 4; Helen Anne,

4; Sarah, 56.
Angier, Jane, 79; Judith, 78, 79; -,79; see

also Bruce-Angier.
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of, 83.
Ann, Queen of England, 42, 268.

A A

-

Athay, Judith, 302 ; William, 302.
Athole, James, Duke of, 263 ; Jane, Duchess of,

263.
Atking, Edward, 195 ; Elizabeth, 195.
Atkins, Catherine, 270; Elizabeth, 195; Tho-

mas, 270.
Atkinson, Agnes, 36; Anne, 36; Christopher,

78; David, 79; Ezeche, 36, 37, Sarah, 78.
Atkyns, Edward, 195 ; Sir Edward, Lord Chief

Baron of the Exchequer, 195 ; Lucy, 160; Sir
Robert, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer,

160, 195.
Atterbury, 279.
Atwood, Jo., 52 ; Susan, 247.
Auber, 195.
Audley, Rt. Hon. George Edward Thicknesse-

Touchet, Baron, 174.
Augustin, Annis, 208 ; Margaret, 208; Walter, 208.
Aungier, Jane, 79 ; Judith, 78, 79 ; 79.
Aurelius, Abraham, 77 ; Jeanne, 77.
Austen, Alice, 302; Ann, 95 ; Anne, 91 ; Cathe-

rine, 250 ; Henry, 302 ; Jane, 57 ; Katherin,
55, 58; Margerie, 16 ; Margret, 16; Marie,
154 ; Martha, 302 ; Paul, 302 ; Robert, 57 ;
Stephen, 95; Susan, 249; William, 250;

Will’m, 249; Winifred, 201.
Austin, Alce, 14; Ann, 249; Margaret, 58 ;

Margarett, 250 ; Sandryne, 57; Stephen,

249; William, 58.
Avard, Elizabeth, 197, 198, 199.
Averill, Margaret, 58; Thomas, 58.
Avis, Margarett, 303.
Awbery, Jane, 161 ; -, 161.
Awbree, Rebecca, 93.
Ayer, Marie, 14 ; Thomas, 14.
Ayerst, Anna, 205 ; Audry, 154 ; Elizabeth, 135 ;
Fraunces, 247; Henry, 205 ; John, 135 ; Mar-
gery, 205; Marie, 96 ; Mary, 205 ; Mildred,
91; Richard, 247 ; Thomas, 91, 205; Rev.

Thomas, 123 ; Tomson, 15; William, 205 ;
Rev. William, D.D., Canon of Canterbury, 123 ;

Wm., 123 ; Wylliam, 15, 96.
Ayherst, Margaret, 209; Stephen, 209.
Aylett, 50.
Aylmer, Sir John, 280; Laurence, Lord Mayor

of London, 280.
Ayre, John, 92 ; Susan, 92.
Ayrolles, see Dayrolles.
Ayscough, Francis, D.D., 266.
Ayton, 179.
Ayton, Rev. Iohannis, 179 ; Jacobus, M.D., 179.

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B

Back, Maj. – 139.
Backhouse, John, 301.
Backwell, Tyringham, 162,
Bacon, Alce, 153; Amye, 154 ; Ethel Lucy, 169;

James, 169; Lucy, 169; Rebecca, 276.
Badbey, Elizabeth, 303.
Badbie, Alice, 248; Ann, 248.
Badby, Dorithie, 94 ; John, 94.
Baddington, Alce, 137; Edward, 137.
Badoe, Ann, 95 ; John, 95.
Bagenal, Sir Ralph, 202.
Baiford, Dorothy, 208.
Baigent, -, 108.
Baily, Herbert M., 39.
Bainbridge, Georgias, 180.
Bairfoot, Dorcas, 206.

Anne, Anne, 158; William, 158.
Anne, Queen of England, 46, 98, 139, 266, 277.
Annesley, Arthur, Earl of Anglesey, 83 ; Frances,

83.
Annison, Anna, 118; Samuelis, 118.
Ansell, Jane, 210.
Anthony, Michael, 127 ; Elizabeth Harriet, 127.
Anyscombe, Avis, 249 ; Thomas, 249.
Ap David, Cecilia, 213; Fulke, 223 ; Jane, 223;

Ririd, 213.
Ap Ellis, Ellen, 223; Hugh, 223.
Ap Grono, Joho ap William ap Meredith, 219 ;

Jane, 219.
Ap Gronwy, Alice, 213; Meredith, 213.
Ap Howell, David, 215 ; Margaret, 215.
Ap Hugh, Alice, 215 ; Hugh, 215.
Ap levan, Margaret, 223 ; Thomas ap Thomas,

223.
Ap Owen, John ap Je'ny, 219; Lucy, 219.
Ap Richard, John Foulke, 219; Margaret, 219.
Ap Robert, Agnes, 215 ; Catherine, 215, 216 ;
Joan, 215; Margaret, 223; Richard, 215;

Thomas, 223 ; Tudor, 215, 216.
Ap Thomas, Alice, 219; Rees ap Hugb, 219.
A pelton, Easter, 91.
Apes, Elizabeth, 58 ; John, 209; Sara, 209.
Aphe, Alce, 55.
Apoell, Thomas, 202.
Appelton, Elizabeth, 154.
Apps, Sara, 304.
Aranda, 133.
Aranda, see D'Aranda.
Arbuckle, see Vaughan-Arbuckle.
Arbuthnot, Hon. Alice, 5; Hon. Alice Charlotte,

5; Archibald Francis, 5 ; Gertrude Sophia, 5;

Capt. W., 5; Maj.-Gen. William, 5.
Archall, Issabell, 155; Martyn, 155.
Archer, John, 181.
Arcles, Joane, 13.
Ardee, Rebecca, 248.
Arden, Alice, 154 ; John, 154.
Argent, Ann, 250.
Argor, Marie, 58; Priscilla, 53.
Argyll, -, Duke of, 123.
Armine, Elizabeth, 266 ; Sir William, 266.
Armytage, George J., 140.
Arnold, Dennis, 250 ; Dorithie, 91 ; Hannah, 8;

Mary, 189 ; Thomas, 250.
Arnolde, Mary, 135.
Arste, Marie, 96; Wylliam, 96.
Arther, Johannes, 149; Johannis, 149.
Arthor, John, 51.
Arthur, John, 28, 59 ; Olimpia, 28 ; Olympia, 59.
Artte, Marie, 55.
Asbach, Elizabetha, 296.
Ashe, Col. Benjamin, 166 ; Edward, 166 ; Eliza-

beth, 267 ; St. George, Bishop of Clogber,

267.
Ashfieldi, Arthuri, 149.
Ashlin, Elizabeth Isabel, 148; William Crompton,

148.
Ashmore, Winefride, 247.
Ashpole, Alice, 153 ; Henrie, 153.
Ashpoole, John, 136 ; Kathrin, 136.
Ashwell, Anne, 13; Henrie, 13 ; Jane, 91 ; Tho-

mas, 91.

Askham, Dingley, 119.
Astin, Katherin, 16.
Astley, Sir Isaac, 33 ; -, 32.
Aston, Rt. Hon. Lord, 241; 118.
Astyn, James, 16; John, 16; Sandrian, 57.

-, 163,

Baisden, Mary, 304.
Baker, 65.
Baker, Agnis, 135; Alce, 13 ; Alice, 154 ; Ann,

255 ; Anne, 13, 248; Dennis, 208 ; Dorythie,
56; Elizabeth, 19, 248; Henrie, 95, 207;
Henry, 209; James, 132; John, 56, 65, 135,
210, 255; Jone, 207, 209; Katherine, 205 ;
Margaret, 210; Martha, 249; Mary, 303;
Mathew, 95; Ralph, 248; Richard, 285 ;
Robert, 205 ; Solomon, 303; Sylvester, 57 ;
Thomas, 154, 208; William, 57, 248;

196.
Balden, Anne, 55 ; Catherine, 304; Ellen, 249 ;

Joane, 155 ; Richard, 156, 249.
Baldock, Marye, 153.
Baldocke, Annies, 137; Mildred, 247.
Baldwin, Hon. Elizabeth (see Onslow), 266 ;

Joane, 206 ; Mary, 209; Richard, 209 ; Samuel,

Barns, Joane, 16; Renold, 16.
Baronius, 50.
Barons, John, 43 ; Mary, 43 ; William, 43.
Barram, Dorothy, 208 ; Marie, 56; Thomas,

56.
Barret, Alice, 210; Elizabeth, 96; Ellis, 94 ;

Margaret, 94 ; William, 96 ; Zacheus, 210.
Barrett, Avis, 247; Catherine, 304; Henry,

266 ; Thomas, 206.
Ball, Ann, 305.
Ballard, Marie, 93 ; Richard, 51.
Balle, Alce, 93 ; Anne, 15; Elizabeth, 92 ; Susan,

92.
Ballif, Frances Mary, 10.
Balser, Emme, 13.
Balsser, Jannie, 15; John, 15.
Bampton, Frances, 195.
Banckes, Catherine, 155.
Bancks, Anne, 6; Elizabeth, 206 ; Thos., M.D., 6.
Bancutt, William, 89.
Bankes, Elizabeth, 206.
Banks, Margaret, 96, 138.
Barber, Elizabeth, 208.
Barbett, Mary, 208.
Bard, Mary, 274.
Bardwell, Thomas, 238.
Barefoot, Elizabeth, 9.
Barefoote, Alice, 154 ; Dorcas, 206; Jane, 135 ;

Jobn, 154.
Barefote, Sara, 94 ; Thomas, 94.
Barham, Elizabeth, 94 ; Mildred, 91.
Barker, Anre, 155, 215; Elizabeth, 137 ; John,

94, 182; Marie, 94 ; Robert, 60; Rowland,

215; -, 134.
Barley, Agnes, 153; John, 153.
Barling, -, 154.
Barlow, Benja., 70; Samuel, 70.
Barnard, Dennis, 55; Edward, 91 ; Elizabeth,

91; John, 55 ; Millisaunt, 15.
Barnarden, Elizabeth, 208.
Barnardiston, Arthur, 275; Jane, 275; Sir

Nathaniel, 275.
Barneis, Robert, 51 ; Robt., 51.
Barners, Josias, 51.
Barnes, 43.
Barnes, Agnes, 94 ; Agnis, 137 ; Dennis, 95 ;

Elizabeth, 247 ; Henrie, 94 ; James, 250 ;
Janne, 94 ; Joan, 209; John, 43; Margaret,
250 ; Marian, 207; Mary, 43; Nicolas, 137 ;
Richard, 136; Sara, 136, 246 ; William, 43,

246; -, 161.
Barnet, Agnes, 210; Alice, 223; Elizabeth, 247 ;

Hugh, 223; Suzan, 96.
Barnett, An, 208 ; Anne, 302; Edward, 208, 249,

302 ; Ellis, 153; Katherine, 249 ; Sara, 249, 250.
Barnewall, Frances, 80 ; John, 80.
Barnewall-Curson, John, 80.
Barnham, Benedict, Alderman of London, 277 ;

Bridget, 277 ; Sir Francis, 276; Margaret,
276; Mary, 276; Rebecca, 276 ; Sir Robert,
276 ; Sarah, 276; William, M.P., 276.

202 ; Richard, 247; Sara, 247; William,

304.
Bartholomew, Susan, 154 ; William, 154.
Barton, Anne, 91; Grace Galeazzi, 4; James,

91 ; Joane, 155 ; Lidia, 165 ; Roger, 155 ;

Thomas, 4.
Bartrop, Eliz., 196.
Basdell, James, 138; Ursula, 138.
Basden, Amy, 56 ; Elizabeth, 58, 155, 250 ;

Izabell, 13; Mary, 209; William, 155 ; Wyl-

liam, 13.
Basdenn, Isabell, 95; Marie, 93.
Baseden, Apn, 155 ; Bridgett, 302; Elizabeth,

247; Katherin, 153 ; William, 153, 155.
Basedenn, Katheren, 96 ; Thomas, 96.
Basham, Mary, 28.
Baskett, John, 74.
Basse, Amy, 206; Henery, 206; Selvister,

302.
Basset, Florence, 56 ; Joanne, 138; Richard, 207.
Bassett, John, 205 ; Margaret, 205.
Bassock, Ann, 304; John, 208; Katherin,

208.
Bassocke, Amye, 154 ; Briget, 135; Brydget,

93; Elizabeth, 14, 56 ; Giles, 14 ; Grissell,
208 ; Joane, 96 ; Katherin, 96, 135 ; Margarett,
95 ; Micoll, 58; Thomas, 208; Walter, 154 ;

William, 96 ; Wylliam, 58.
Batchin, Elizabeth, 238 ; John, 238 ; Mary Ann,

238.
Bateman, 181.
Bateman, Anthony, 222 ; Catherine, 221 ; Eliza-

beth, 218, 222 ; Jane, 222; Richard, 221;
Robert, Chamberlain of London, 49, 50, 218,
222 ; Roberti, 181; Thomas, 1 ; William,

222.
Bates, Susan, 247 ; Dr. —, 53.
Bath, —, 159.
Batherste, Lancelot, 288 ; Randall, 288.
Bathurst, Edward, 198, 199; Elizabeth, 199,

287; Ellen, 198, 199; John, 197, 199; Lance-
lot, 287; Richard, 199; Robert, 198, 199;

Thomas, 199; William, 199 ; -, 288.
Bats, Elizabeth, 94 ; Joanne, 96 ; Margaret, 96 ;

Nicholas, 96; Robert, 96.
Batson, Matilda, 110; Stanlake, 110.
Battins, John, 155; Sara, 155.
Baugh, 296.
Baugh or Baughe, Agneta, 296 ; Alice, 296 ;

Alicia, 296 ; Ann, 204, 294, 295 ; Anna, 295,
296 ; Anne, 157, 204 ; Benjamin 157, 203,
295 ; Blanche, 295 ; Carolus, 295, 296 ; Charles,
296 ; Dorothy, 295; Edward, 157, 203, 204,
294, 295, 297 ; Rev. Edward, 295, 297 ; Eleanor,
204, 295 ; Elizabeth, 157, 203, 204, 295, 297;
Elizebetha, 295, 296 ; Henrici, 296 ; Henricus,
295; Henry, 296; Howelli, 296; Isabella,
203 ; Jacobus, 296; James Edisbury, 166 ;
Jana, 295, 296; Johanna, 295, 296 ; Johannes,
295, 296 ; Johannis, 295, 296; John, 157, 204,
295 ; Capt. John, 294, 297 ; Lieut. Joho, 297;
John B., 204 ; John Boddington, 204; Jona-
than, 204; Lancelot, 157, 203, 204 ; Capt.

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