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Thanks yet again, it was the only Rose I could find on Freereg.  Will look at all that again, many thanks for her surname and the details about their marriage etc.

Nga mihi nui (very best wishes)
Bronwen
Aotearoa

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Indeed there is, I will have another look at it.

Nga mihi nui (very best wishes)
Bronwen
Aotearoa

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London and Middlesex / births, marriages, deaths in London.
« on: Sunday 22 May 22 01:59 BST (UK)  »
kia ora

Another couple of dates and places I am after, Francis birth and marriage any of his family etc. and his death.  I cannot be sure that the death I have is for the right Rose, I don't know her surname nor her year of birth, and it says this one died at aged 40. 

Francis Wootton (1640c) married Rose had three children:  Francis Wotton 16 April 1659, Francis Wotton 7 November 1660, Mary Wotton 16 October 1663.  All christened at Allhallows in the Wall, London
Rose Wotton died 1 October 1703 aged 40 St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London.

AND
the birth of Christian Kemp who married this Francis Wotton and anything her family and her death

Francis Wotton (1659) married Christian Kemp 11 February 1674 St. Mary, Putney, London and they had six children:  Elizabeth Watton 18 January 1676-13 June 1681, Sarah Watton 4 November 1677 (m.Gilbert ?  ), John Watton 19 October 1679 a gardener, Jane Wotton 26 March 1684 (m.Thomas French), Susanah Wotton 4 April 1686 (m.John Pitman a Shipwright), Francis Wootton 12 July 1691.
All baptised at St Mary, Putney, London
Francis Watton died 31 May 1716 WILL  posted to Dave 21 May 2022
Christian Watton (Kemp) died


Any Help appreciated.

Nga mihi
Bronwen
Aotearoa where the sun is shining. 





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London and Middlesex / Re: Looking for the deaths of six Easons
« on: Saturday 21 May 22 23:59 BST (UK)  »
Many many thanks to you both, can you tell me where you found these, I wondered whether I could have found them at all.

Nga mihi nui (very best wishes)
Bronwen
Aotearoa

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London and Middlesex / Looking for the deaths of six Easons
« on: Saturday 21 May 22 00:38 BST (UK)  »
Kia ora

Looking for the deaths / burials of these six: Charles, Jane, William, Isabella, Richard and Elizabeth, all Easonís.
Charles Eason born 1680c married Jane Watton (1684) 23 November 1703 at St Martin-in-he-Fields, Middlesex, London.  Their four children were baptised St Martin at the Fields, Middlesex, London.  Last one born December 1713.


William Eason (1705) married Isabella Gray (1725c) 29 July 1744 at St George, Mayfair, Westminster, London.  One child Richard-Mead Eason 24 October 1729 christened at St John Hackney, Middlesex, London.

Richard Mead-Easun (1729) married Elizabeth Parker a spinster on 3 July 1748 at St Sepulchre, Farringdon, London.  Children baptised at St Sepulchre, Newgate, London, St Andrew, Camden, Hollborn.  The last one in 1757.


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The Common Room / Re: had in hand the reputed issues of Ness and Chewardine
« on: Friday 20 May 22 20:47 BST (UK)  »
So looking at all this, he managed it and collected the rent until his brother's son was of age and then the brother's son took over?

Many thanks to you all

Bronwen
Otautahi
Aotearoa

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The Common Room / Re: Suling
« on: Friday 20 May 22 20:38 BST (UK)  »
Yes, I had looked for the book but couldn't find it on-line to look at. 
In a sense what it is saying is that it too is a measurement of land.  I had curacate which was easy to find.
Somner's book sounds pretty fascinating.
Yes I do have Odo in the information I have collated.  Malmaines had lots of manors indeed.

Many thanks to you both.

Nga mihi
Bronwen
Otautahi
Aotearoa

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The Common Room / Re: Suling
« on: Friday 20 May 22 10:15 BST (UK)  »
Many thanks.

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The Common Room / Suling
« on: Friday 20 May 22 09:26 BST (UK)  »
Kia ora

What is the meaning of Suling?  I cannot find it anywhere, assume it was some sort of monetary value?

Ralph de Curbespine holds of the bishop two sulings in Walwaresere.  The arable land is . . . In demesne (land) there is one carucate and an half, and fourteen villeins, with two carucates and an half.  Of this land, Robert has half a suling, and one carucate there. In the time of King Edward the Confessor, it was worth seven pounds and ten shillings, and afterwards fifty shillings, now seven pounds.  Wluuard held it of king Edward.



Any help appreciated.

Nga mihi
Bronwen Summers
otautahi
Aotearoa

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