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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 18  1889  page 38
KENTISH ADMINISTRATIONS, A.D. 1559 TO 1603. Part 1 By Leland L. Duncan  continued
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Fol.

Name of deceased

Parish

To whom granted, and relation to deceased

Date of
  Administration

47
46
68
42


48
59


59


35

47
44

GUNTER, Henry. 
GLOVER, Vincent. 
ISHAM, Edward, armiger.
LOVELACE, Joan.


LEAKE, George. 
LAWRENCE, Joan.


LAWRENCE, John.


MUNDY, Francis.

STONARD, Thomas, jun 
SHORT, Marion.
Chevening.
Wintersham.
Walmer Castle.
Aynesforde.


Debtford.
Rainham.


Rainham.


Chatham.

Cranebrook.
Gillingham.
Prettefue Gounter, relict.
Elizabeth, relict.
Margery, relict.
John Tooke, brother; during minority of Robert and Mary, children of deceased.
Jane Wilson alias Leake, mother. Thomas Shorte, brother; during minority of Henry, William, Richard, and Thomas, children of deceased.
Thomas Shorte, brother; during minority of Henry, William, Richard, and Thomas, children of deceased.
Mary Stacy alias Mundy, sister, also Wm. Stacy her husband.
Thomas Stonard, senior, father. 
John, son.
  3 May. 1600
26 April. 1600
  3 Dec. 1600
31 March. 1600


20 May. 1600
27 Sept. 1600


27 Sept. 1600


10 Jan. 1600

  2 May. 1600
21 April. 1600

1601

70

86

76



98
79

83



89
97



99
103
92




95

APLEFORD, William.

BURDEN, William. 

BRADBURY, Godfrey.



BALDOCK, Richard. 
CAWSE, Abraham.

CHAMBERS, George.



CORNWELL, Thomas. FINCHE, William.



HOBBS, Stephen.
HICKES, John.
PEARCE, William.




PETT, Thomas.
Rochester.

Dover.

Milton alias Middleton, Rochester Diocese.
Hougham.
Gravesend.

Mepham.



St. Mary Craye.
Linsted.



Dartford.
Gillingham.
Snodland.




Milton, Diocese of Canterbury.
William Allen, husband of Susan Allen alias Apleford, daughter.
Elisha Lloidd of Warington in Cheshire, gentleman, creditor.
Richard Askew, step-brother.



Richard, brother.
Thomas Andrewe of St. Sepulchre’s, London, creditor.
Thomas Kennett of Mepham, yeoman; during minority of William, George, and Elizabeth Chambers, children of deceased.
Alice, relict.
Drue Drury, Knight, late husband of Catherine Finch alias Drury, daughter of William Finche, deceased. See 1596.
Faith, relict.
Alice Pate alias Hickes, sister. Frances Pearce alias Butler, sister; during minority of John and Alice Pearce, the children of deceased. Margaret Pearce, relict, not having administered.
Milon, brother.
29 Jan. 1601

23 June. 1601

27 Feb. 1601



  4 Nov. 1601
  7 April. 1601

12 May. 1601



23 July. 1601
14 Oct. 1601



21 Nov. 1601
24 Dee. 1601
25 Aug. 1601




  2 Oct. 1601

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