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Addenda to the Visitation of Dorsetshire, 1632

together with a collection of Dorsetshire pedigrees : from a manuscript in the Dorchester Museum

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      • PRIORITY 2.Includes index.Printed as addenda to The visitation of the county of Dorset, taken in the year 1623, by Henry St. George.

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        PublishersMitchell and Hughes
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        LC Classifications1888
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 130 p. :
        Number of Pages89
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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Edward CLARKE's death is recorded in William WHITEWAY's Diary as 31st December 1630 which also shows that his wife died on 17th of the same month. He also refers to Elyn as 'my daughter of my said son Thomas However, and somewhat confusingly he twice refers to Robert Martyn as his 'cozyn' and heir apparent.

Addendum 1c. Clark Antecedents of Priscilla Clark

Source William Whiteway of Dorchester His Diary 1618-1635 Page 1625 William BLACHFORD; and his son John BLACHFORD; Richard SAMBOURNE; James GOULD; J [Josias] COOTHES; W WHITEWAYS; ; DORCHESTER MERCHANTS: "Who then were the ship owners and merchants using these port facilities? The term "servant" was used to describe one of the entry routes into the Navy. Quod si Magister liujusmodi non propter delictum in committendo scienter, sed in omit- tendo voluntarie, viz.

His name was William Bradish: he was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and Professor of Theology. Kt voliiinus quod minis singulis totuui ivsiduuni ivuianons ultra cxpcnsas mccssarias CoUegii protlicti in Cista Col pro 'riu'sauro Cullegii roponatur. Subcoquus pro stipendio suo xiij' iv. I have not however managed to locate a Will or Letter of Administration despite him being a fairly wealthy man owning property.

1607 Robert Dackombe of Stipleton; PCC Huddlestone 23 28. ,VIIp233] [Entry 80 in listing] Temple Combe 12 Addenda to the Visitation of Dorsetshire. -todi lihcraiu eleciioncin profitindi juain vtlit libcraleiii scicntiam in principio staiutoruin tsuorum.

An exhaustive account of this family, written by a Selah Youngs in 1907 traces the family from Wales, Southwold and then to the USA.

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Kyme of Sunbery Pedigree in Middlesex, England Recorded as Cossen of John [27]. Meanwhile, for part of this time he attended Franeker University, where he is recorded as a student on 26 May 1617; we do not know for certain whether he graduated.

His brother George BROWNE 1583 - 1631 went to Magdelen College Oxford 9 in 1598 but 1632 to University College where he was awarded his BA in 1602. Browne Pedigree 1623 in Dorset, England [17]. 1596 in Batcombe, Dorset, England [3].

The actual year was 1598.