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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 20  1893  page 28

KENTISH ADMINISTRATIONS, A.D. 1638.  By Leland L. Duncan
 

Fol.

Name of deceased

Parish

To whom granted, and relation to deceased

Date of
  Administration

 214


225
40

216
220
143
144
209
186
236

175
166
204
240

189
237

155
167
203
149
224

192
204
186
224
175


162
144
168


225
149


179



166


220

KIPPS, Stephen.


LEWES, William. 
LLOID, Griffiths, b.

MANN, Susanna, w.
MEDHOPP, Henry, b.
MEDHURST, Daniel.
MOORE, John.
MORRICE, John.
MORRIS, Richard, b.
MUNN, Richard.

NEWPORT, Elizabeth.
OLIVER, Mary.
OSBORNE, Thomas.
OXINDEN, Mary.

PAWSON, John. 
PEARSE, Mark.

PEIRSON, Richard.
PHILLIPPS, John.
PRETTY, Thomas.
ROGERS, Thomas.
SALMON, William.

SCOTT, Zachariah.
SELL, Ralph.
SHEPARD, Richard.
SHILLITOE, Richard.
SHOOLBRIDGE, Elizabeth.


SLOWE, Bartholomew. 
SMITH, Thomas.
STONEHOUSE, William.


THORNHILL, Timothy, b.
TILDEN, John.


TILDEN, John.



TINDELL, Thomas.


VAUGHAN, George.
Hartley.


Stroode.
Chatham.

Rochester.
Woolwich.
Brasted.
Chatham.
Chiddingstone.
Yaldeinge.
Chatham.

Downe.
Sandwich.
Cowden.
Deane in Wingham.
Chatham.
Feaversham.

E. Malling.
Bexley.
Westerham.
Tudeley.
Ash by Wrotham.
E. Peckham.
Shorne.
Chillam.
Maidston.
Eatonbridge.


Debtford.
Sevenocke.
Chatham.


W. Langdon. Sandwich.


Sandwich.



Sandwich.


Debtford.
Thomas Middleton, father of Thomas, John, Joan, and Susan Middleton, sisterís children.
Elizabeth, relict.
John Lloyd ap Richard, brother (before Mr. Richard Lloid, clerk).
Richard Ware, son.
John, brother.
Agnes, relict.
Jane, relict.
Mary, relict.
Henry and Thomas, brothers.
George Newsom, creditor; Elizabeth, relict, renouncing.
Abraham, son.
Sarah Harte alias Oliver, daughter.
Joan, relict.
Henry, husband.

Joan, relict.
George Selby, creditor; during minority of Mary, daughter.
Winifred, relict.
Margery, relict.
Catherine, relict.
Joan, relict.
Margaret, relict.

Mary, relict.
Margaret, relict.
Cicilia, relict.
John Homes, creditor.
John Stretfeild, an overseer of the poor; during minority of . . and Elizabeth, the daughters. Susanna, relict.
Mary, relict.
Catherine Stonehouse (wife of Nicholas Stonehouse, brother) and Anne Stonehouse alias Skoone (wife of John Skoone), sister.
Richard, brother.
Hopestill Tilden, father and creditor; during minority of Elizabeth, daughter of deceased (see next grant).
Hopestill, father and creditor. The administration granted in February during minority of Elizabeth, daughter of deceased, expiring on her death.
Thomazine Oliver, sister; during minority of Elizabeth, Mary, Susan, John, and Thomas, the children.
Joan, relict.
  2 Oct. 1638


15 Nov. 1638
  8 Dec. 1638

19 Oct. 1638
24 Oct. 1638
10 Jan. 1638
31 Jan. 1638
18 Sept. 1638
19 June. 1638
11 Dec. 1638

28 May. 1638
  2 Apr. 1638
17 Sept. 1638
30 Dec. 1638

  6 July. 1638
27 Dec. 1638

21 Feb. 1638
20 Apr. 1638
11 Sept. 1638
22 Feb. 1638
10 Nov. 1638

13 July. 1638
19 Sept. 1638
27 June. 1638
14 Nov. 1638
26 May. 1638


30 Mar. 1638
15 Jan. 1638
  2 Apr. 1638


22 Nov. 1638
16 Feb. 1638


29 May. 1638



  2 Apr. 1638


24 Oct. 1638

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