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Messages - Vance Mead

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Buckinghamshire / Re: Mead, Meade and Mede, 1600 and before
« on: Tuesday 13 November 18 11:13 GMT (UK)  »
For William Meade and George Meade of Monks Risborough, I went to Aylesbury to look at wills.

For William Meade, of Monks Risborough, yeoman, in 1610, there is only an inventory. He was quite well off, with goods and chattels worth £147 4d.

There is a will of George Meade of Monks Risborough, husbandman, in 1639/40. He mentioned:
Richard his son, (born Monks Risborough 1600)
Edday Bousay(?), with her son Richard
Alice (Alice Meade, of Whiteleafe, married 1628 to Stephen Clarke)
Margaret, (born Monks Risborough 1606)
Wife Katherine, (probably Katherine Clarke, married George Meade in Wendover, 1607)

Not mentioned:
John, (born in Whitleafe in Monks Risborough 1603, had children there 1625 to 1633)
William, (born Monks Risborough 1609)


https://sites.google.com/site/meadfamilyhistory/home/wills/bucks/wills

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Will of Richard Aylmer 1514
« on: Thursday 11 October 18 07:18 BST (UK)  »
Here are some Common Pleas cases with Richard Aylmer of Norwich.

Hillary term, 1500, second entry
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/H7/CP40no951/aCP40no951fronts/IMG_0896.htm
Norwich. Richard Aylmer, of Norwich, grocer, versus John Castelyn, of Framlyngham Castell, Suff, chapman. Debt of 40 shillings.

Hillary term, 1505, first entry
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT1/H7/CP40no971/aCP40no971fronts/IMG_0751.htm
Norf. William Bettys, of Hetherset, smith, summoned to answer Richard Aylmer, of Norwich, alderman. Debt of 60 shillings.

http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/H8/CP40no990/bCP40no990dorses/IMG_1027.htm
Hillary term, 1510, third entry
Norwich. Agnes Bloker, widow of William Bloker, versus Richard Petite, of Norwich, yeoman; and Richard Aylmer, of Norwich, merchant, grocer, alderman. Debt of 15 marks.

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Will of Roger Aylmer 1497
« on: Wednesday 10 October 18 16:16 BST (UK)  »
Could these be the same people? Same names of testator and executor. It's 15 years later, in 1512, and at the beginning of the process, but sometimes it took that long to get started.


Hilary term 1512
 
Suffolk. Thomas Tevell and Robert Balhed, executors of Simon Broke, of Ufford, Suff, yeoman, versus Thomas Aylmer, of Shelley, Suff, esquire, executor of Roger Aylmer, of Tadyngton, Suff, esquire. Debt of 50 marks.

Second entry:
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/H8/CP40no998/bCP40no998dorses/IMG_0764.htm

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: English Parish Records Index
« on: Sunday 30 September 18 14:05 BST (UK)  »
This is from the paragraph explaining extracted records:

The church has extracted records from various registers to produce indices to those registers, and used to process these indices through the temples and onto the I.G.I. as a result. The policy here was to only index registers for which no entry was dated later than 31st December 1865, although this wasn't always strictly followed. As a result, entries from this source (which currently account for about 83% of the entries in the I.G.I.) primarily relate to events occurring on or before this date.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: English Parish Records Index
« on: Sunday 30 September 18 08:34 BST (UK)  »
There isn't a complete index of all parish records. Probably the most complete is the IGI (International Genealogical Index).

You can search:

https://www.freereg.org.uk

https://www.familysearch.org/search/hr/search

Familysearch has both IGI batch numbers, which should be pretty accurate, and user-submitted files, which often are not.

To find out which IGI batch numbers are available, Google, for example: IGI batch numbers Devon.

Not all parish registers survive, particularly before 1600 and during the Civil Wars and Commonwealth. And some parish records exist but have not been indexed. Just one example is Henley on Thames, Oxon. The originals are at the County Record Office in Oxford and there are transcriptions in the library of the Society of Genealogists.
http://www.sog.org.uk

On edit: I see Selden has posted some of this above, so sorry for the repetition.


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Here's an attempt at translating. I don't speak Danish, just a bit of Swedish.

Date of death and where
7 October, Lyngby, Rovidgatan 84

Burial place and date
Gentolfle Churchyard, 11 October

Deceased name
Peder Jensen

Deceased position and residence
Married (gift). Canít make our anything else except the date 8 March 1842 (date of birth?)

Age
71 years

Priest
Jantsen

Annotations
(Blank)

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I think this line

of which praise the request is made

could be the name of the priest (praest) at the burial.

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Will of Alexander Aylmer 1549
« on: Wednesday 19 September 18 06:36 BST (UK)  »
Here are two cases in Common Pleas in which Alexander Aylmer is the executor of Thomas Aylmer, of Tivetshall St Margaret. The relationship between them is not given.

Hilary term 1531
f 710
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H8/CP40no1068/aCP40no1068fronts/IMG_0710.htm
Suff. Christopher Jenney, of Great Cressyngham Magna, Norf, esq, summoned to answer Thomas Asty, clerk; and Alexander Aylmer, gent, executors of Thomas Aylmer, of Tybityshale, gent. Debt of 20 pounds.

Hilary term 1536
f 2364
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H8/CP40no1088/aCP40no1088fronts/IMG_2364.htm
Suff. William Aldred, of Denyngton, yeoman, summoned to answer Alexander Aylmer, gent, executor of Thomas Aylmer, of Tibytishale St Margaret, esq. Debt of 10 pounds.

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It wouldn't make any difference how many people take the test or where they are from.
For the purpose of 'ethnicity', your test is not compared with other testers.


Who are they comparing with?

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