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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 20  1893  page 35

KENTISH ADMINISTRATIONS, A.D. 1642, 1643, 1645.  By Leland L. Duncan
 

Fol.

Name of deceased

Parish

To whom granted, and relation to deceased

Date of
  Administration

 108




114
129

107
108

139
105





129
146

129
130





171
100


9
15
22
25

15
9

9
11


9
21

TOWERS, Stephen.




VALEY, Jane, w. 
WARREN, Robert (died at
   Chatham).
WAY, Gilbert (died abroad).
WEBB, Robert.

WHARTON, George. WHITNALL, George, b.





WILCOCKE, John. WILLINGTON, Edward 
   (died abroad).
WOOD, Nicholas. 
WOOD, Nicholas.





WOOD, Robert. 
WOODGATE, Andrew, b.


BIDDENDEN, John, b.
BROWNE, Thomas.
CHILDREN, Thomas, b.
EGLESFEILD, Martha.

MOULTON, Deborah, sp
PEIRCE, Richard, b.

SAXBY, John.
SWYNNOCKE, Thomas.


TAYLER, John, b. 
WEEKES, Ann.
Cliffe.




Dover.
Ditchingly,
 Sussex.
Crayford.
Leigh next
   Tonbridge.
Wrotham.
E. Peckham.





New Rumny. Debtford.

Penshurst.
Penshurst.





Braysteede.
Westram.


Tonbridge.
Bekenham.
Eatonbridge.
St. Mary Cray.

Lewsham.
Greenwich.

Brenchley.
Maydstone.


Elmsteede.
Bromly.
William Blake and Joan Blake his
wife, friend of Richard, William, and
Dorothy, children of deceased,
during their minority (before Thomas
Allen,  clerk).
Charles, son.
William Lashmore, husband of Anna,
   sister.
Bridget, relict.
Hester, relict.

William Duckett of Gray’s Inn.
John Austen, guardian of Thomas,
brother of deceased, during his 
minority. Adni’on on 2 February (fol.
106) to John Austen, creditor, Henry
and Anna Whetenhall, next of kin,
renouncing, being annulled.
Robert, brother.
Elizabeth Willington alias Wilson,
   relict.
Elizabeth, relict.
Menasses Jesopp and Thomas 
Borkett; during minority of Elizabeth
and Joane, daughters of deceased;
Elizabeth, relict, to whom 
administration on 9 May being now
deceased.
Anna, mother.
Sarah Streatefeild alias Woodgate,
   sister.

Thomas, kinsman, and next of kin.
Ellen, relict.
Mary Children, widow, mother.
Thomas, son. Former grant 
   June 1640.
Robert, father.
William Parker, kinsman; John, 
brother of deceased, renouncing.
Catherine, relict.
Robert, eldest son; pending case between John Swynnocke, clerk, son, and said Robert.
Elizabeth Halke alias Taylor, sister. Edward, brother.
19 Feb. 1642




29 Mar. 1642
11 May. 1642

22 Feb. 1642
  1 Feb. 1642

21 June. 1642
21 Feb. 1642





  8 May. 1642
  8 July. 1642

  9 May. 1642
20 May. 1642





10 Nov. 1642
10 Jan. 1642

---------------
16 Feb. 1643
28 Mar. 1643
20 Apr. 1643
  4 May. 1643

25 Mar. 1643
  3 Feb. 1643

 ???
17 Feb. 1643


25 Feb. 1643
29 Apr. 1643

"There were noe Administrac’ons graunted at London in An’o 1644 untill November that yeare, 
when there was a new seale made for this Office by Authoritie of Parliament." 

 47
50

BAKER, Thomas.
BAKER, Thomas.
Greenwich.
Greenwich.
Elizabeth, relict
William Holland, creditor
17th May 1645
  7th May 1645

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