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Not the Burnet of Barns Lineage Biography John Burnet, Gent of Lewisham County Kent was born in 1543 in Scottish Borders, Scotland, and was baptized in Barony,Lanark,Scotland. His parents were Will...

12/31/2008 1/22/2021

Not the Burnet of Barns Lineage Biography William Burnet, Esq, II of Lewisham was born circa 1540 in Scottish Borders, Scotland, UK. His parents were William Burnet, Esq, I and Isabelle Burnett (NN...

1/11/2021 1/22/2021

Biography Thomas Clarke, IV of Westminster, London was born in 1578. His parents were Thomas Clark, of Kent & London and Margaret Clark . He died in 1655 in Westminster, London, England (United Kin...

1/12/2021 1/14/2021

William Burnett, Esq, I (c.1500 - 1575)

Not the Burnet of Barns Lineage Biography William Burnet, Esq was born circa 1528 in Kent, England, United Kingdom and was baptized in Kent, England. His parents were William Burnet and Elizabeth O...

1/11/2021 1/13/2021

Joseph Loomis, I MP (1590 - 1658)

Joseph Loomis was one of the first settlers of Windsor, Connecticut. He was born probably before 1590 at Braintree, in Essex county, England and died in Windsor Connecticut on 25 Nov. 1658.[1] Parent...

5/25/2007 6/23/2019

Joseph Barnes (c.1837 - d.)

England Births and Christenings Name Joseph Barnes Gender Male Christening Date 18 Oct 1837 Christening Date (Original) 18 OCT 1837 Christening Place AIKTON,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND Father's N...

10/19/2018 10/19/2018

Thomas Barnes (c.1834 - 1921)

England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 Name: Thomas Barnes Gender: Male Christening Date: 25 Dec 1834 Christening Date (Original): 25 DEC 1834 Christening Place: AIKTON,CUMBERLAND,ENGL...

10/18/2018 10/18/2018

William Cary, Lord High Sheriff & Mayor of Bristol MP (1550 - 1632)

"William Carey"

REFN: 4L1O-DJ BOOK P. 27. (XIV) WILLIAM CARY, ELDEST SON OF ROBERT CARY, WAS BORN OCTOBER 3, 1560. HE WAS SHERIFF OF BRISTOL IN 1599 AND MAYOR IN 1611. 1634-35-40 RESPECTIVELY.William Cary, merchan...

2/6/2008 1/13/2018

Richard Cary, the elder MP (c.1520 - 1570)

"Richard the Elder", "Richard de", "Carey", "Richard Cary", "Richard Carey", "Robert Cary"

Richard Cary the elder was the eldest son of William Cary who was mayor of Bristol in 1546/7. It is unclear if he was the son of Agnes or an unknown first wife of his father. The apprentice records b...

3/20/2007 1/12/2018

John Cary, son of William Carey MP (1583 - 1661)

"Son of William Cary"

Primary Sources Will of Henry Hobson of Bristol, innholder, dated 16 March 1634, proved 27 May 1636. mentions: my grandchildren, Henry Cary, Matthew Cary, Richard Cary and Myles Cary, children of m...

2/6/2008 1/11/2018

Richard Cary, the younger (c.1530 - 1569)

Richard Cary became a burgess (freeman) of Bristol in 1553. It was common for men to take up freedom shortly after completing their apprenticeship. No-one could become a burgess until he was twenty-one...

1/11/2018 1/11/2018

William Cary, Mayor of Bristol 1546 MP (c.1500 - 1572)

"William Carey"

Note: His parents are unknown. He was not the son of Robert Carey, Esq. and Agnes Hody their son was William Cary, of Ladford William Cary was Sheriff of Bristol in 1532 and Mayor of Bristol in 1546....

3/21/2009 1/11/2018

Thomas Rundle Bone, Setlar MP (1808 - 1888)

Thomas Rundle Bone * 20.8.1808 Plymouth ≈ 29.9.1808 Plymouth Dock † 29.8.1888, 81 Richmond Hill,Port Elizabeth x Newington, Surrey 17.1.1837 Matilda Selina Bourne/Borne * c. 1816 Seven Oaks...

1/10/2017 1/10/2017

Francis Barber (c.1742 - 1801)

"Frank Barber", "Quashey"

Francis Barber (c. 1742/3 – 13 January 1801), born Quashey , was the Jamaican manservant of Samuel Johnson in London from 1752 until Johnson's death in 1784. Johnson made him his residual heir, with ...

11/9/2016 11/10/2016

Edmund More (deceased)

"Edmund Moor"

8/16/2016 8/16/2016

Wikipedia There was a Ralph Cotton of Alkington, who married Jane Smith of Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire (daughter of one John Smith – unhelpfully) in the middle of the Sixteenth century. T...

7/18/2010 8/15/2016

John Cotton (deceased)

1615. Sir John Gore . 4th son of Gerard Gore (see preceding note). By his second wife, a daughter of Sir Thomas Cambell (Lord Mayor 1609–10), he was ancestor of the Gore-Langton family, represented b...

3/17/2009 8/15/2016

William Cotton (b. - 1607)

There was a Ralph Cotton of Alkington, who married Jane Smith of Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire (daughter of one John Smith – unhelpfully) in the middle of the Sixteenth century. They had eleven...

12/20/2014 8/14/2016

Samuel Thomas (1800 - 1879)

Samuel Thomas Samuel Thomas family originally came from the Paris of Magor, near Newport; the son of John Thomas a yeoman farmer. Samuel was educated Eagle school, Cowbridge, after there he went to T...

7/20/2016 7/21/2016

Thomas Callowhill (c.1635 - d.)

Merchant in England. Why are his parents surnamed Acton and he's Callowhill?

11/14/2008 5/12/2016

John Blight, Mayor of Bodmin 1531 & 1539 (c.1490 - 1559)

"Bleigh", "Bligh", "Blighe"

3/20/2014 4/23/2016

George Jeffery (c.1702 - c.1777)

3/10/2016 3/10/2016

John Morton (1664 - c.1745)

A London Citizen's Diary 1738 In 1738 John Morton, linen-draper of London, then aged 74, wrote out what he called a "Diary," but what really were his recollections of a busy life. It is now in the po...

3/10/2016 3/10/2016

1820 British Settler Augustus Thomas Mathew 19, Linen Draper, was a member of Bailie's Party of 256 Settlers on the Chapman . Party originated from London. Departed London, 3 December 1819. A...

10/22/2011 2/25/2016

John Brugge, MP, Lord Mayor of London MP (1470 - 1530)

"John /Brugge/Brydges"

Family and Education b. by 1470, 2nd s. of Thomas Brydges of Dymock, Glos. by Maud, da. and h. of Thomas Henborow of Dymock. m. Agnes, da. of Thomas Ayloffe of Hornchurch, Essex, 3s. 4da. Kntd. 20 Ma...

9/6/2008 2/24/2016

John Stocker (b. - 1571)

Apprenticed to Roger Sadler of the Drapers'Company in 1512, made free 1520. Warden 1551, 1557 Sources: londonroll.org - apprentice londonroll.org - freeman

2/22/2016 2/22/2016

Henry Richards (b. - c.1583)

Citizen and Draper of London, made free 1529 by Hugh Umpton. Warden 1546, 1551, 1555

2/22/2016 2/22/2016

Jasper Umpton (deceased)

Apprenticed to Henry Richards of the Drapers' Company in 1540, made free 1550. Sources: londonroll.org - apprentice londonroll.org - freeman

2/22/2016 2/22/2016

John Umpton (deceased)

In 1540 he became a freeman of the Drapers' Company by patrimony. Source: londonroll.org

2/22/2016 2/22/2016

Hugh Umpton (b. - 1529)

Apprenticed to Ric Warren of the Drapers' Company in 1507, made free 1515. Sources: londonroll.org - apprentice londonroll.org - freeman

2/22/2016 2/22/2016

John Osgood (deceased)

2/10/2016 2/10/2016

Thomas Catcher (b. - 1612)

2/7/2016 2/7/2016

Edmond Burton (b. - 1606)

3rd son. In 1604 Edmond became a Freeman of The Spanish Company. Edmond Burton, draper, 'a meere merchant and a trader into Spayne' was admitted into the freedom by redemption, paying £10 to the tr...

2/7/2016 2/7/2016

James Bacon Rampling (1853 - 1942)

"Ramplin"

2/6/2016 2/6/2016

Simon Price (1808 - 1890)

Simon Price and his wife Mary Louisa Stanners had ten children, three of whom died early in childhood. Those who died early were: Henry Richard, born 1838, died April 22, 1839; Emily Maria, born 1840, ...

10/5/2008 2/2/2016

Robert Benne (b. - 1606)

According to the visitation of London 1568 he was an ironmonger, but his son's biography records him as a linen draper of St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London. The baptisms of his elder children confirm he w...

2/25/2011 1/10/2016

Sir Ambrose Crowley, MP MP (1658 - 1713)

Family and Education b. 1 Feb. 1658, 1st s. of Ambrose Crowley, ironmonger, of Stourbridge, Worcs. by his 1st w. Mary, da. of Thomas Hall of Chadwich, Bromsgrove, Worcs. m. 1 Mar. 1681[%E2%80%932], Mar...

12/16/2008 1/3/2016

John Hall MP (c.1569 - 1644)

Citizen and draper of London. From St Nicholas Acons parish register: 1644. John Hall Marchant and free of the Worp' Company of Drapers departed this Life in St Dunston parish and Lieth in the vaul...

2/17/2015 1/1/2016

From Wikipedia: Sir Martin Lumley (died 2 July 1634) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1623. Lumley was a grandson of a Genoese who settled in England in the time of King Henr...

1/7/2014 1/1/2016

John Hall MP (1525 - 1618)

Citizen and draper of London. Children of John Hall all bapt. at St Nicholas Acons, London By first wife Jane: Ann 1561 Abraham 1562 Jane 1563 + Richard Killingbeck m. 19 June 1581 By t...

6/27/2008 12/31/2015

Citizen and draper of London 1596 Mayor of Guildford, 1611, 1618, 1626, 1638

12/27/2015 12/30/2015

Richard Budd (c.1628 - d.)

12/27/2015 12/27/2015

Obadiah Budd (c.1652 - 1687)

12/26/2015 12/26/2015

Theophilus Budd (c.1638 - d.)

12/26/2015 12/26/2015

William Hill (c.1652 - bef.1693)

12/21/2015 12/21/2015

John Hill, mayor of Guildford (c.1624 - bef.1695)

Draper and mayor of Guildford in 1670, 1675, 1680 and 1685.

12/21/2015 12/21/2015

Linen draper and mayor of Guildford in 1634 and 1643.

8/8/2015 12/21/2015

Richard ARCHDALE of Cheping Wiscombe was the son of Barnard & Anne FERNE Archdale, and h/o Judith THORPE (d/o Richard & Elizabeth BROOKE Thorpe of London ). (Visitation of London, 1633-4) See also reco...

1/20/2009 10/30/2015

John Chester (c.1450 - 1513)

6/3/2014 10/9/2015

William Chester, Esq (b. - 1608)

7/4/2008 10/9/2015

William George Watson (1540 - 1630)

6/16/2013 10/8/2015

Sir William Roche Kt. MP (c.1478 - 1549)

Family and Education b. by 1478, prob. s. of John Roche of Wickersley, Yorks. [This is incorrect. A Chancery suit states his father was William] m. (1) by 1520, Juliana (d.1526), 1s. 4da.; (2) 1531, ...

2/22/2008 10/6/2015

Isabella Hebb/Williamson (c.1811 - d.)

1811 Birth of Isabella Stephenson at North Frodingham, England Parents: Marmaduke Stephenson and Elizabeth Hudson 1832: 24th April: Marriage of Isabella and bricklayer , Thomas Hebb. The ...

9/9/2015 9/10/2015

Woollen draper and mayor of Guildford, 1572, 1578, 1583, 1589. Sources Surrey, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812, Transcriptions & Images, (ancestry.com) Burial record for James...

9/29/2014 7/30/2015

Family and Education b. 2 Nov. 1565,1 5th s. of Maurice Abbot (d.1606), clothworker of Guildford, Surr. and Alice March of Guildford. educ. Guildford g.s.; appr. Draper ?1589; G. Inn 1633. m. (1) Joan ...

10/20/2008 7/25/2015

Family and Education b. 29 Sept. 1629, 1st s. of John Clayton, carpenter, of Bulwick, Northants. by Alice, da. of Thomas Abbot of Gretton, Northants. m. 26 Dec. 1660, Martha (d. 1705), da. and coh. of ...

8/31/2013 7/23/2015

Lord Mayor of London, 1675-6. Nephew of Gilbert Sheldon, Archbishop of Canterbury. Master of the Drapers' Company 1676. Built a church in Paddington which was taken down in 1787. Sheldon Square, W2 is ...

12/16/2008 7/23/2015

Sir Allen Cotton, Lord Mayor of London MP (1558 - 1628)

"Allan Cotton"

Sir Allan Cotton (died 25 December 1628) was an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1625. Cotton was a city of London merchant and a member of the Worshipful Company of Drapers. On 9 Jul...

5/18/2013 7/23/2015

Peter Carthew (c.1760 - 1809)

12/31/2014 7/18/2015

Nicholas Hill (c.1544 - 1610)

Nicholas Hill was born in Guildford, Surrey, 1544. He was buried in London at St. Michael Paternoster Royal, 11 April 1610, as Nicholas Hill, Draper of London. He married first at St. Antholin, London,...

8/19/2014 7/18/2015

Joseph Collard (1769 - 1854)

1/3/2015 7/18/2015

Richard Croke (b. - 1502)

7/7/2015 7/18/2015

John Croke, the younger (b. - bef.1513)

7/7/2015 7/18/2015

John Croke, the elder (b. - 1484)

7/7/2015 7/18/2015

6/13/2009 7/18/2015

Edward Whalley (c. 1607 – c. 1675) was an English military leader during the English Civil War, and was one of the regicides who signed the death warrant of King Charles I of England. Early caree...

5/2/2008 7/18/2015

Herbert George "H.G." Wells MP (1866 - 1946)

"Bertie", "H.G."

Herbert George "H.G." Wells was an English writer. He was prolific in many genres, including the novel, history, politics, social commentary, and textbooks and rules for war games. Wells is now best re...

1/24/2012 7/18/2015

William Norman Birkett, 1st Baron Birkett, PC, QC (6 September 1883 – 10 February 1962) was a British barrister, judge, politician and preacher who served as the alternate British judge during the Nure...

6/20/2011 7/18/2015