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Archaeologia Cantiana -
Vol. 20 1893 page 1
A.D. 1604 TO 1649. By Leland L. Duncan
THE Kentish Administration 0-rants already
extracted from the Act Books of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and
printed in Archaeologia Cantiana extend from 1559 (the first of the
existing books) to 1603. To these are now added all the Grants relating to
the County for the reigns of James I. and Charles I.ó1604 to 1649.
Unless otherwise stated, the surname of the person to whom
the administration was granted may always be taken to be the same as that
of the deceased.
In making the extracts the following translations have been
prox. consang., next of kin.
nepos ex fratre, brotherís son (or daughter).
nepos ex sorore, sisterís son (or daughter).
nepos exfilio, grandson (or daughter) by the son.
nepos exfilia, grandson (or daughter) by the daughter.
nepos, where it occurs alone, has not been translated,
as the relationship expressed thereby may either be nephew or grandson;
b., denotes that the deceased was a bachelor; w., a widow; *
indicates that deceased died abroad.
The arrangement of the years here followed is that of the
New, or present, Style, but the Acts themselves are dated in the Old
N.B. The following Grant, accidentally omitted, should be added to those
64. Administration granted 24 Nov. 1600 to Anne Lewyn, widow, mother, on
the death of John LEWYN, late of Otterinden.
Name of deceased
To whom granted, and relation to deceased
|ANDREW alias Lashe, Thomas
|Alice Andrew alias Lashe, relict.
William Blaekwell, son.
|| 4 June 1604
14 April 1604
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