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Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 14 -1882  pages 64
                                                      
BRIEF NOTES ON THE HALES FAMILY. By the Rev R. Cox Hales  Continued

There were also two daughters, Jane and Elizabeth; married, respectively, to Sir Thomas Honeywood, of Elmstead, and William Austen, of Tenterden.
   William Hales, of Tenterden, had by his wife Elizabeth three sons, Edward (of whom presently); William of 

Bowley and Chilston; and Richard of Hunsdon. The pedigree will be found on pages 75-77.
   Sir Edward Hales, * Knt., the eldest son of William and Elizabeth Hales, of Tenterden, was created baronet 29 June 1611. He married, firstly, Deborah,

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