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THE HAMPSHIRE SECULAR CLERGY FUND RULES AND THE HAMPSHIRE LEDGER

Historical Introduction to the Ledger

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Historical Account of Sherfield English

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Historical Account of Longwood

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Rules of the Hampshire Fund

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Donations to the Fund

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~inutes

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from Clergy Meetings

A Page of Obituaries (Catherine Bostock's)

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The Hampshire Ledger

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No. II SOPLEY REGISTERS

Historical Introduction

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Lymington Details

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The Registers . . Memorial Inscriptions from Sopley, Hampreston and New Milford

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Marriages from Hants Parish Registers

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No. III CANFORD AND STAPEHILL REGISTERS

Historical Introduction

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Stapehill Register No. 1

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Stapehill Register No.2

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Canford Register

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Stapehill Register No.3

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No. IV TICHBORNE REGISTER AND

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Historical Introduction

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The Register

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Tichbome Mss.(1) Letter from the Rev. Edward McStay to Bishop Bramston, 6 August 1833

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(2) Lady Tichborne's (nee Elizabeth Plowden) Note-book

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Tichborne Obituary Lists

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INDEX

ILLUSTRATIONS Map of area covered by Sopley, Canford and Stapehill Registers .. Somerford Grange, from an old water-colour

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The Hampshire Ledger is evidently one of a series of Account Books belonging to the London Vicariate, the remainder of which have not yet been found. Apparently the London Clergy Library, or a good portion of it, found its way to Old Hall, Ware. It is possible that the Library suffered damage in the Gordon Riots and was transferred from Gray's Inn to Moorfields. If so, that would explain the presence of the Ledger at St. Edmund's College, for the Moorfields Clergy Library was sent thither. This Ledger was kept by the Rev. John Philip Betts, Treasurer of the Hampshire Funds, and by his successor, the Rev. Peter Browne. The Rev. John Philip Betts was educated at Douay, arriving there on 16 May 1724, as a convictor or paying-guest. He was ordained at Ypres on 21 September 1726, and left Douay on 14 February 1730, having obtained his Licentiate in Theology (C.R.S., xxviii, 117 and note, 134, 153). He was assistant to the Rev. Joseph Gildon, the Head of the School at Twyford. When the latter died, 26 July 1736, ~ the Rev. John Betts became the Head of the School. Twyford School closed down rather suddenly, circa 1745, and the Rev. Mr. Betts retired to Gray's Inn where he had charge of the Clergy Library and became Administrator of the Hampshire Funds. He was elected to the Chapter in 1732. It would seem that he did not go immediately to London, for in this Ledger he charges expenses" to and in London " between 1747 and 1750, and "from Arundel to Petersfield to meet Mr. Savage" in 1746. He died in London 28 March 1770. The Very Rev. Peter Browne succeeded him as Administrator of the Hampshire Funds. He was born at Cadiz in 1731,:J; of an Irish father and an English mother. He went to Douay and took the Oath 26 May 1753. He was a deacon before October 1755, and left Douay 17 August 1756. After ordination he was chaplain to the Sardinian Embassy (C.R.S., xxx, passim); was elected to the Chapter in 1760 and was Dean of the Chapter from 1789 until his death, 31 May 1794 (C.R.S., xix, 206; xxviii, 246). Among the Funds administered by the Rev. :Mr. Betts were three concerning Winchester: (a) St. Peter House;

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He was the son of James Betts (who afterwards became the Prior of the Carthusians at Nieuport and took the name Joseph: he died in 1729) and Frances, daughter of Mr. Sergeant Trinder of Berry Court, near Bentley. Hants. Canon Burton (MS. Collection, Westm. Archives, File I, A-B) does not know whether the priest ordained in 1726 was John Philip or his father. From C.RS. vol. xxviii it is clear that it was John Philip. He also has a query: was he the Mr. Betts at Bellhouse, Essex, in 1754? A brother of John Philip, Joseph, went to Douay in September 1716, but died as a student there (C.RS., xxviii, 45n). ~ Gillow says (Dict. of Eng. Cath., i, 206) that Betts succeeded the Rev. Walter Fleetwood as Head of the School in 1732 or 1733. :t C.RS., xix, 206, gives Oporto as his birthplace, in the year 1730. A


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(b) Winchester Poor; (c) Richard Spencer's Fund. The Capital of the two first was in New South Sea Annuities, plus an annual amount to be paid by Mr. Richard Martin, a farmer of Barton Stacy, who went bankrupt and absconded in 1757/8. The third, the Richard Spencer Fund, was a legacy from Richard Spencer of Barton Stacy to Winchester amounting to £600, of which 1200 was in New South Sea Annuities, and part of Richard Martin's Bond. The remainder was a mortgage on an estate at Hursley for which nothing had been paid for years. In 1748 John Betts receives the capital sum of £400 and all the interest due to date. It would be interesting to know whether the property on which the mortgage was held was the estate of Roger Corham, where the Silkstead School was established. The purposes of Richard Spencer's legacy were: (1) To increase the salary of the Winchester incumbent £10 (2) For Masses to be said for the Benefactor by the six priests nearest to Barton Stacy (originally £6) £3 (3) For the Poor £2 (4) For apprenticing poor children at Winchester (when there was a balance in hand) (5) For burying the Poor in St. James's Cemetery 10/7 There was also £100 at 4% held by Mrs. Wells on a Bond. This seems to be the Bond referred to in Winchester Register A (C.R.S., i, 188), where it is recorded that Mrs. Frances Smith (she was not yet married to Alexander Wells) received this £100 in 1732/3 and engaged to pay 4% annually to Charles Aldridge for his life, and afterwards to the priest at Winchester, for Masses for the Aldridge family. Mr. Betts enters the receipt of two years' interest in July 1750, from which we may surmise that Charles Aldridge died circa 1748. Mrs. Wells herself died in 1756. No further mention is made of any interest. In 1758 John Betts paid 1/9 for the Bond, but gives no rea!?on for doing so. The Rev. Peter Browne came to Winchester in December 1773 II to recover interest on Mrs Wells' Bond," presumably from her nephew, Edward Sheldon, since he received of Mr. Sheldon per Mr. Spearing (the . l~wy.er) three years' interest due in January 1773. From 1746 the Rev. John Betts also administered a sum of £500 left by the Rev. Robert Hills, alias Hyde, ~ mainly to subsidize priests who cared for groups of neglected Catholics. The Rev. Robert Hills had left his books to the Clergy Library at Winchester, as did other priests of the District, and the legacy made a provision of £2 a year for the Winchester incumbent to look after the Clergy Library. ~ When the Rev. Peter Browne became Administrator no payments from this Fund were shown-unless they were included in the dividends for the Hants Fund. It is rather curious to note that the total of the Funds adminis-

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tered by the Rev. John Betts was £1,773 13s. Old. It may be a mere accident that the figure shown by the Rev. Peter Browne in 1792 was £1,773 13s. 6d., but it does raise a suspicion that he allocated the entire Hills Fund to Winchester and also that the capital of Mrs. Wells's Bond had been spent. The first mention of the Hampshire and Havant Funds in the Ledger-apart from the Rev. John Betts's entries in 1760 on slips of paper, now pasted on the inside covers-is made by the Rev. Peter Browne in 1770 after the death of the Rev. John Betts. It is apparent that the latter had left £100 to the Hampshire Fund. He himself no doubt had kept the Hampshire Fund accounts in another ledger. The Havant Fund evidently descends from a separate source. It may possibly be connected with the CarylI legacy. The Hampshire Fund stil1 exists and is now known as The Hampshire Secular Clergy Fund (vulgo The Hampshire Hog), and this Fund still pays a separate dividend to the Havant incumbent, apart from the ordinary dividends to its members. The only other Fund mentioned in the Ledger is the Short Fund which pays out 5/9 a year (save the 5/3 paid in one year, possibly by mista1re), evidently honoraria for masses for the Short family. A transcript of the Rules of the Hampshire Fund, of Donations to the Fund and of Resolutions passed by the Hampshire Clergy, is given before the Ledger. These are the earliest known references to the Fund. From at least 1796 the incumbent of Brockhampton (Havant), the Rev. Richard Southworth, was the Administrator of the Hampshire and Havant Funds until his death in 1817. He kept his accounts in his own ledger, the first pages of which are devoted to these two Funds. Thereafter the accounts are interwoven with those of the Mission. It was not possible therefore to publish his details of the Hampshire and Havant funds in this volume. They must be consulted in a subsequent volume which will contain the Brockhampton Registers and Reco~ds. Since entries in this Register deal with places which are now lost centres of the Faith, it may be as well to give some account of these lost centres here., . Sherfield English. This is a village some five miles from Romsey. on the Salisbury Road. The manor of Sherfield English was purchased from Henry Ringwood by Lionel Tichborne in 1567. Lionel was brother to Peter and Nicholas, who both died in prison for the Faith. The intimate connexion of Nicholas with St. James's cemetery in Winchester has been already told (C.R.S., xlii, 145 sqq.). In Elizabeth's early days Lionel appears to have resided in Salisbury and to have conformed to the Establishment, for in 1568 the churchwardens of St. Thomas's in that city were H Lyonel Tychebome and Giles Thomeburye, who received towards makynge of ye new orgaynes as appearth by a bylI, £7 . 13.5." Moreover, his son, Henry, who went to Rheims in 1583, was described as of the diocese of Salisbury. He became a Jesuit and died Minister of the Jesuit College in Seville in 1606 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 779). Lionel became reconciled to the Church and suffered in consequence. His name is given in the Recusants' Exchequer Rolls of 1592/3 and his residence as Sherfield English. His other sons

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were Roger, Michael, and possibly Franci . He apI ears to have died before 1596, for at Whitsuntide in that year Mass was said by the future martyr, (Ven.) Thomas Tichborne (+Tyburn, 20 April 1602). in Mr. Roger Tichborne's house at which" old Mrs Tichborne," Francis Tichborne and William Ringwood were present, but not Roger (C.R.S., v, 361). From which it appears that Mass was said at Sherfield English but that the authoI:ities ,,,,ere unsuccessful in trying to ensnare the master of the house, Roger. The Third Douay Diary (C.R.S., x, 84) records the arrival from Seville, in April 1605, of Simon Tichborne. He was sent home after a fortnight. Who 'was this Simon? The Victoria County Histol'Y oj Hampshire gives the date of Roger's death as 1620. He was succeeded by his brother Michael, who sold Sherfield English to Bartholomew Smith in 1629, though he and his family remained on as tenants. The" sale" may have been an accommodation, to block the incidence of the Penal Laws. Brother Henry Foley, S.J. (Records S.]., v, 820) tells us Michael Tichborne married Margaret Smith, and that their son Hemy, born about 1632, went to the English College, Rome, together with Augustine Hill of Farehamthe future Franciscan Chaplain at Tichborne House (cj. Foley, vi, 375-6; C.R.S., xl, 43)-on 14 November 1649, as a convictor among the scholars. and left 7 April 1652. Henry Tichborne in Rome stated that his father was wounded by robbers and died after his return to England on 26 December 1645. This helps us to understand the quotation in Oxjordshire Post-Reformation Missions (p. 289): 30 June 1652 Bartholomew Smith of the Soke, Winchester, "being entitled to the farm of Sherfield English for 70 years, complains that Michael Tichborne (lessee thereof from William Smith, Bartholomew's brother) ~ who is dead and left a wife supposed to be a recusant, the County Committee have sequestered it for her recusancy." Henry Tichborne also mentioned his two brothers and his two sisters. One of these brothers was Michael, who married Mary Catherine Kempe, daughter of Henry Kempe of Slindon, Sussex, and Anne Kempe (nee Coope) of Hampshire. Mary Catherine Kempe was born in 1619, was described as" wife and widow of Mr. Michell Titchborne of Shernill in hampsheere" when she was clothed as a Benedictine nun at Pontoise 12 January 1677. She was professed 16 January 1678, and died 20 May 1689 (C.R.S., xvii, 304). 'Shernill' is Sherfield, also called' Shervile' in the Chapter List mentioned below. Michael Tichborne was obviously dead before 1677. Their son, Michael, married Mary Magdalen Roper, daughter of John Roper of North Court, Kent. This couple had at least three sons- William, Joseph and Benjamin. This Michael Tichborne must have died before 1692 since the Old Chapter list of priests in Hampshire in that year shows a Jesuit as living with Mr. William Tichborne "at Shervile" (C.R.S., iv, 108). It is William, too, who makes the return for the property at Sherfield in 1715 (Estcourt and

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Payne, English Catholic Nonjurors of 1715, p. 239). In this return he mentions his two brothers Joseph and Benjamin. Michael's 'widow (Mary Magdalcn Roper) was still alive in 1715 (Eng. Cath. Nonjurors, p. 232) . The Old Chapter document does not name the Jesuit Father who was chaplain there in 1692. Brother Foley says that there was a Jesuit there in 1707, but does not give his name: "William TichboIne, Esq., has one of ours, who has £10 : 00 per annum, as follows: Mrs Tichborne, widow, allows him £5; 'Mrs Hants 'it allows £5 : 10. Note the manner how: Mr Moore, then at Shirefield, bought for Mr Tichborne, as I suppose, some land in Shirefield or thereabouts of Mr 'Vhite, then living at BrimOl-e, and he laid down for the same £110. Now Mr T. pays to the gentleman there the interest of the above capital, £10 . 10 per annum in tead of paying it into 'Mrs Hants" bands" (Foley, Records S.]., v, 815n). The meaning of this passage is not altogether clear, but the complaint seems to be that the ten guineas should be paid to 'Mrs Hants '-that is to the Jesuit District-whence we may infer that the capital was paid by the Jesuits and that Mr. Moore was a Jesuit. If this is so, it is possible that Mr. Moore js the alias of the Rev. John Vaudry, S.J. (alias More), a native of Chichester, born 1658, who was a missioner in England in 1690 and served the Hants District for many years. He died 19 October 1720, probably in the same District (Foley, vii, 794-5). Moreover, we may presume that he was chaplain at Sherfield before 1707. A list of Jesuit addresses (C.R.S., xiii, 160 sqq.) gives the names of two chaplains-(p. 185, No. 128) Richard Meredith, S.J., and (p. 186, No. 154) Michael Dean, S.J., "at Mrs Tichburns at Shirefield by Rumsey bagg, Hampshire." The Rev. Richard Meredith, S.J., was there circa 1724 (Foley, vii, 502), and must have been there till 1727 when the List of Addresses was begun (see C.R.S., xiii, 60). He wa" a native of London, born in 1696. He died at St. Omer 26 October 1754. The Rev. Michael Dean, S.]., was born at St. Germain's 29 September 1690, and entered the Society 7 September 1714. He was at Sherfield at some time between 1727 and 1734, the period covered by the List of Addresses, and obviously followed the Rev. Richard Meredith, whose name has been cancelled and the Rev. Michael Dean's inserted in the same List. He died at Watten 8 July 1760 (Foley, vii. 198). In the List of Addresses there are three Jesuits named Tichbomeall, according to Foley, born in Hampshire. The Rev. John Hermenegild Tichborne (C.R.S., xiii, 171, No. 11) was the brother of Sir Henry Joseph, whom he succeeded as fifth baronet in 1743 (Foley, vii, 779). He was in the Hants District in 1716. The other two seem to belong to the Shcrfield branch, possibly sons of William. The Rev. Michael Tichbome, born in 1692, entered the Society in 1712 and died 4 July 1751 (Foley, vii, 780). The Rev. John Tichborne, junior, born in 1694, entered the Society with Michael in 1712 (or later in 1714). He served in the Hants District for some years, at Southend and at Padwell. He died 20 April 1772 (Foley, vii, 779). In 1741, on 9 July, Bishop ChaUoner visited Sherfield, which he calls" Sherwell" (see E. H. Burton, Life and Times of Bishop Challoner, Benjamin married Elizabeth Sturdy and was living in Southampton in

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i, facing p. 148), a name Canon Burton could not identify apparently (see ibid., pp. 156-7). There was a congregation of fifty-of whom twenty-three were confirmed-under a priest named Martin. It has been suggested that this was Fr. Gregory Martin, O.S.F. It was more probably the John ~Iartin in this Hampshire Ledger, a priest as yet unidentified, but who, it is now fairly certain, was not the Gosport ] ohn Martin (see C.R.S., xlii, 9). He was at Sherfield from at least 1741 to circa 1760, as the Ledger shows. His successor was a Franciscan, the Rev. Joseph Hieltins. He had come on the English Mission in 1732, but returned to Aire as confessor to the nuns in 1740 and Bruges in 1741. In 1758 he is said to be at Sherfield (Thaddeus, Franciscans in England, p. 252): "The incumbent of Shirefield was chiefly maintained by Mr HOlman's legacy for the Missionary serving the poor in Hampshire. In connection with this Fund, fifty-two Masses had to be discharged annually. He had also an allowance of Mr Sheldon' for serving Shiretield: of Mr Betts ~ for serving Bishop's Waltham: and of MI' Young § for serving Stockbridge. The father who was in residence here had also to attend to the spiritual needs of Catholics at Barton Stacey, Uphusborn [now Hurstbourne Tarrant] Basingstoke and Whitchurch, ~ in case there was no other priest available for duty in those parts" (Ibid., p. 178). The Ledger fixes the time of the Rev. Joseph Bickins's chaplaincy. He was paid for attendance at Longwood until the close of 1761. Thereafter the priest at Winchester took over the obligation and the remuneration. It is possible that the Rev. Richard Prescott and the Rev. Robert Tommins (cf. C.R.S., xlii, 9) were at Sherfield. They both laboured in Hampshire and were members of the Clergy Fund. The former was paid a dividend in 1772, which meant that he had been resident in the county for some time (he baptized twice in Winchester in 1768 and once in 1771) since the rule was, and is, that members' first dividends were not paid to them but accredited towards their entJ:ance fee of £5. Hence the £1 17s. 4d. which Richard Prescott received in Iv.[ay 1772 was evidently the remainder of a dividend-after his £5 had been credited-for that year. In the previous year, 1771, the kev. Robert Tommins received £2 15s. Ode from the Fund, which shows him to have been already working in the county for some time. Unfortunately these payments from the Fund are the Rev. Peter Browne's first allusions to it; the Rev. J. P. Betts records no payments. Possibly they were kept in a different ledger. "In 1740 Sir Wm. Holman, Knight, left £400 for the support of a missionary of the Order in England, in whatever place it might be thought most expedient" (Thaddeus, .i't'anciscans in England, p. 96). William Holman of Warkworth married Mary Wells and lived at Longwood. He died in 1740. it The Manor of Sherfield English had devolved upon Alexander Wells in virtue of his marriage with Frances Smith (see C.R.S., xlii, p. xii). When he died s.p. in 1753 it was inherited by the son of Anastasia Smith, who had married William Sheldon. Edward Sheldon was, therefore, helping to maintain a chaplain for the benefit of his tenantry. Mr. Betts's contribution was from the Robert Hills's fund. S~e the Ledger infra, pp. 50-63. § Mr. Young has not been identified, unless it was that the Young family of Whatcombe, Berks., had an interest in Stockbridge, which was, as it still is, a horse-training centre. ~ It is interesting to note that the Franci')can Father was supposed to attend to Catholics right across the northem and westom parts of the county.

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Sherfield is mentioned in Bishop Challoner's Report to Rome in 1773, but is omitted from Bishop Talbot's in 1786. Edward Sheldon sold the manor to ] ohn Ingram Lockhart in 1785 and presumably Ichabod was written across the Mission of Sherfield English.

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Longwood. There are references in the Ledger to the congregation around Longwood, Upham and Bishop's Waltham. Bishop's Waltham lies to the south-east of Winchester; Longwood is in the parish of Owslebury, five miles east-south-east of \Vinchester bei-ween the Petersfield Road and the old Portsmouth Road. Upham is about two and a half miles north-west of Bishop's Waltham and almost midway between Bishop's Waltham and Longwood. There was a Longwood House, known now as Longwood and now as Rosehill, and a Longwood Warren and Lodge, on the borders of Owslebury and Morestead (Victoria County History oj Hampshire, iii, 334; Rev. T. C. Wilks, History oj Hampshire, ii, 91-2). Longwood is first mentioned in February 1583-" Mr Tichbome, ~ of Porchester, now residing at Longwood, receiveth Askew, :: Fisher, § Yong,,-r Gardiner, Somer:fi.eld." ~'fC~ The spy, Thomas Dodwell, also gave similar information-" Mr Tichbourne, sometimes of Porchester, who remaining at Ronge-wood, receiveth Askew, Fysher, Younge, Gardiner, and any other Seminary priest that comes. He being at London, M r Fortescue:.t:: brought thither Somer:fi.eld, his three sisters being the receivers" (Foley. Records S.]., vi, 720, 724). In 1605 § § Bishop Thomas Bilson granted a lease of the Warren and Lodge of Longwood to vVilliam Brock, for three lives (self, wife Anne and daughter Elizabeth), at a yearly rental of £9 6s. 8d. In Duthy's Sketches oj Hampshire (pp. 340-1) we read of "William Brock

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The Mass has returned to the neighbourhood. The Sisters of Nazareth House took Melchett Court when their Southampton Bouse was destroyed in the 1939-45 War. .y. Peter Tichborne, son of Henry, 4th son of John Tichborne of Tichborne. Henry was usually referred to as Henry of Owslebury or of Longwood. Peter died in prison f~r the Faith. ~ Alias of the Ven. Robert Nutter, brother of Blessed John Nutter. Robert was of the diocese of Chester, ordained at Rheims 1581; prisoner in the Tower Feb. 1584, twice tortured; exiled 1585, returned; prisoner in the Marshalsea 1587-8 and at Wisbech 1587-1600; escaped, taken in Lancashire, martyred in Lancashire 26 July 1600. § Or Finch, alias of Robert Holmes; died in prison. Alias of the Ven. John Adams of the diocese of Gloucester, ordained 1580; exiled 1585; returned; martyred at Tyburn 8 October 1586. James Gardiner of the diocese of Chester, ordained 1582; came on the Mission with Adams; arrested in Winchester before 3 March 1585, and sent

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Esq., of whom it is only known that he lived at Longwood and was reputed a great lawyer." William Brock (or Brooke) has not been identified (cJ. C.R.S., xlii, 153, note 14). In the /lrundeU Pedigrees (privately printed) he is described as " William Brock of the County of Cheshire." He married Ann, daughter of Sir Benjamin Tichborne, and had the one daughter mentioned above, Elizabeth. In 1626 Elizabeth married Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, son of the 13th Sir John by Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Jerningham. Her husband sold Hursley in 1630 and himself died in November 1646. Elizabeth survived him for many years and lived at Longwood. During the Commonwealth she suffered by confiscation (cf. Calendar for Compo'ttncl-ing Estates, vol. iii). She braved the Penal Laws by maintaining a chaplain at Longwood. The names of only three are known to us because they happened to die there. They were (1) the Rev. William Palmer, O .S.B. ~ Foley gives him as a Missioner in Hampshire circa 1632-3 (Records S.]., iii, 266), while Dom Weldon (Chronological Notes) gives an Obituary of him: " At Longwood in Hampshire died R. F. \i illiam Palmer professed in Italy, a man of great learning and rare perfection and of long and faithful labours in the Mission, May 31, 1655." (2) The R ev. William Rudge, a Discalced Carmelite. He ,,"as born at Nimpton in Devonshire, about May 1623, the son of Michael Rudge, alias Lcigh, and Anne (Dowrick). He had lived mostly in Surrey with his parents. He left England in 1639 and studied at St. Orner, going thence to the English College in Rome on 1 November 1642, where his alias was Dowrick. He was ordained priest 8 December 1647, and left the College to join the Discalced Carmelites 27 April 1648 (Folcy, Records S.]., vi, 357; C.R.S. xl, 28). He spent his last two years at Long\ ood, died there on 28 December 1664, and was buried in St. James's Cemetery, Winchester, where the name on his stone is given as John Riglei (ct. C.R.S., xlii, 152, M.l. No.6). (3) The Rev. Robert Robinson, O.S.B. Of him Weldon says (op. cit.) " At Longwood in Hampshire, aged 66, on the 6th of August 1667 died R. F. Paul, otherwise Robert Robinson, descended of a noble family, a famous lawyer before he come to religion, a finely spoken man and very polite in all respects. In applying himself to religion and to holy studies, he became a famous preacher, An action of trespass, Broch v. Spencer, was brought in the eighth year

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of James 1. The question turned upon what customary rights copyholders had" in a close called Newlands, in Hursley." The defendant's plea was "that Newlands was customary lands of the manor of Marden [Merdon], in the parish of Hursley aforesaid. And that there is a custom within the said manor of Marden that the copyhold tenants of the same tenements might fell timber, &c." The plaintiff successfully traversed the custom. After Brock's death Spencer brought a writ of error against Sir Thomas Savage and other of the plaintiff's executors (Rev. T. C. Wilks, Hist. of Hampshire, i, 417n). Hursley and Richard Spencer both figure in the Ledger. Cranbury, a copyhold held of the manor of Merdon, also passed in the early seventeenth century from Sir Thomas Clerke to William Brock of Longwood (Rev. T. C. Wilks, op. cit., ii, 95-7). Cranbury afterwards descended to Roger Corham (see C.R.S., xlii, 1 sqq.). Yet Longwood Warren and Lodge were sold to Thomas Hussey and his heirs in 1648 (Vic. Co. Hist. of Hampshire, iii, 334). Is it possible that Elizabeth lived at Longwood House? ~ There is evidence that in 1640 or 1641, and probably for some years before and after, Dom Leander Prichard, O.S.B., and possibly two or more other Benedictines, were in Hampshire, though where is not stated (cf. C.R.S.,

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passed Doctor in Divinity. was made Cathedral Prior of Ely, chosen President and was desibYIled by King Charles II for one of those who were to have accompanied him, if Sir George Booth's undertaking had succeeded." His stone, now vanished, was visible in Milner's days, who described him as Chaplain to Queen Catherine (C.R.S., xlii, 97). Lady Elizabeth Arundell was a Convicted Recusant of 1663/4. She was buried in Winchester (C.R.S., xlii, 153, M.l. No. 14), but no date is given for her death. At her death the Mass centre at Longwood presumably disappeared. No more is heard of Longwood until the next century, when, as the Hampshire Ledger shows, it was again a Mass centre. William Holman* of Warkworth Manor, near Banbury, rented Longwood. 'Vas it Longwood House which was his residence? The House ""ras in the possession of George, 1st Lord Carpenter, until his death in 1731 (Rev. T. C. Wilks, Hist. oj Hampshire, ii, 91), but the succeeding residents' names are not given. William Holman died in 1740, but an entry of John Betts (see inj1'a, p. 24) makes it clear that for some time before Mr. Holman's death Mass was said at Longwood. After Mr. Holman's d'eath it is possible that the Rev. Robert Hills, being a " riding missionary," paid special attention to this abandoned flo ck. At all events he left a legacy of £500 from which the Rants Clergy were to be paid for attendance upon families or persons not otherwise sufficiently taken care of," and the first payment from the legacy was for Longwood, to the Rev. John Martin on Lady Day 1747. The payment was continued to this priest until 1759, when the Franciscan Chaplain at Sherfield English, the Rev. Joseph Hickins, assumed the responsibility. In 1761 the 'Vinchester incumbent, the Rev. Patrick Savage (alias Grace), accepted the obligation of this congregation, which continued to be served from Winchester till at least 1845, after which date no accounts are extant. tr

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Transcribed from MSS .•~ in the Old Brotherhood Archives by the Rt. Rev. John Henry King, Bishop of Portsmouth Proposalls & Constitutions to be made & agreed upon by the:I; Clergy off the District of Hant· -shire concerning the Fund &

* Married to Mary Wells. ~ Transcribed from a copy made by the Rev. Bonaventure Codrington in 1694. There is an earlier MS. copy dated 3 November 1683, without signature, and ending with a motto which occurs in some of the Clergy Books in the Library in St. Peter's Presbytery; "Laus Deo atque Deipara Virgini filnis coronat opus." The two copies are identical save for the addition, made by the Rev. Bonaventure Codrington, of " (V.G.) " after each mention of the Archdeacon. In the earlier copy there follows the Decree (in Latin) of the Vicar Apostolic, dated 31 December 1685, concerning Feastdays. This is one of several MSS. newly bound up in half morocco entitled " Obituary of Priests, Twyford School Rules. and others" (see C.R.S., xii, 1). q: Throughout this transcription contractions and abbreviations have been expanded (e.g .• in the MS. " ye " is everywhere written for" the "). in accordance with the rules of the C.R.S. Council.


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Regulation of the said District Chapter 1st Off the necessitye & Benefitt of a Fund It was without doubt the inspirations of the Holy Ghost & an admirable effect of that vehement fire of devine [sic) Love which he had newly kindled in the hearts of those primitive Xtians, that mo-ved them to doe what is recorded Acts 2 verse 44 & 45. "All they alsoe that believed were together & had all things common, their possessions & substance they sold & devided them to all, according as everyone had need." And again somewhat more at larg Chapt 4 t b J romo.verse the 32 d "And the multitude of believers had one heart & one soul neither did anyone say that ought was his own of all those things which he possessed" &. verse 34 " For neither was anyone needy among them for as many as were owners of Lands & houses sold them & brought the prices of those things which they sold & layd it before the feet of the Apostles & to everyone was devided according as everyone had need." And it is highly observable which follows verse 36 " And Joseph who was surnamed of the Ap'ostles Barnabas which is by interpretation the son of Consolation, a Levite a Cyprian born, whereas he had a piece of land, sold it & brought the price & layd it before the feet of the Apostles." Joseph a Levite of the old Law, designed by the Holy Ghost for a priest, a Bishop & an Apostle of the Law of Grace (not improbably syrnamed by the Apostles for his eminent zeal & charitye, Barnabas, that is, the son of consolation) is sett down as the first & leading Example of so excellent & devine a worke, to teach the Priests & Ministers of Jesus Christ how free & forward they ought to shew themselves by giving examples to the Laytye in works of publick Charity. Now although this holy <:economy was not under precept, but only of Counsell & voluntary, yet was it marvelously conducing to the state of a begining Church, oppressed, persecuted, &. strangled under by the powers of this world. For by this means (besides the perfect leaving all to follow with less incumbrance & more expedition Jesus Christ) were layd the foundations of humilitye, upon which the Church of Christ is built & by which it is always advanced; unity was nourished and strengthned, mutuail Charity practised & maintaynd, the necessity as well Churchmen as Laymen were plentifully relieved, the piety of the rich exercisd, their merit augmented, & finally ail encouraged so much the more boldly & confidently to profess the faith of Jesus Christ) & to suffer persecution for the same, by how much the less they feard to fayle of the assistances of their brethren of their relief. This the devine penman st Luke insinuates in the place above ci~ed v 33 " And with great power did the Apostles give testi-

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monye ofe.the Resurrecti~n of Jesus Christ our Lord & ~eat .grace was in them all." To WhICh by way of reason hee adds Imediately /{ for neither was anyone needy amongst the" &c., & the rest which is above rehearsed. Soe excellent & devine an Invention was it to have a Fund & common treasure by which soe many admirable effects were produced. The state & conditions of English Catholicks in many things resembles that of the primitive Christians, but more espeacially dos ours, the Clergy, who on the one side lye under the Rod of still threatning persecutions which oftentyms fall heavy upon us, & on the other side are destitute of Church patrymonys, as the Apostles & primitive Bishops & Clergy were. But in this case we resemble them not, that for want of raising common stocks & setling com men treasures in our respective provinces & Countrys, as was continually done by the primitive Christians till the time of Constantine (even after the Apostolick living in common ceased, witness many ancient Canons for the regulating thereof) I say, for want of such a common treasure wee have noe certayn way of relieving the necessitys of the Brethren but are even driven to seek itt just when the extremitye pinches, & like improvident people are often for this cause exposd to great wants. But from hence arrises yet a greater evill, which is, that there beiIig noe common stock or fund out of which a ready provision may be made for the needy, divers Priests who have not a competent allowance from some particular family, nor any temporall patrimony of their own, are forced to undertake large districts for a subsistance, whereby they have very little leisure to attend to their own improvement by study and contemplation, neither can they soe frequently visitt their flocks, nor attend soe fully to their spirituall comfort & improvement as otherwise they might doe; it, where their subsistances are small from the Laity they might be supplyd out of the Common. Let it be considered, whether a more regular & learned Clergy, & a better, more instructed & virtuous Laity might not be hoped for if these evills were thus removed? A naturall consequence to the former is that ill applyed & anti-apostolicall principle of self provision, which causing to much solicitude for the future, fearing want in old age, is the bane of the publick good & renders us of the Clergy especially weak & inconsiderable in ourselves & less regarded nay even contemptible to others. All these e:vills would by a Fund be redressed, by which more Priests in every County would be maintayned, their externall labors lessened, their internal! retreats more frequent: all people, the poor espeacially in all places whatever would be more duely observed, every Priest be competently provided for, nor would there be any cause for fear of want in old age. It must be considered that the care which has been continually taken by both Priests & Laity for the maintenance & support of CoUedges beyond seas is highly laudable & ough~ ~o be i~


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with great zeal continued, for they are Nurseries &, as I may say, Market-places which supply our Country with devine labourers in God's Vineyard: but indeed wee have been & are yet wanting in our own to maintain & support such as are or might be sent to our support and assistance out of the Colledges; which being att present by the bounty of his Holyness, the liberality of Catholick Princes, the charity of eminent Prelates & by the donation of divers persons of the best quality in our Country indifferently well endowed; it is high tyme for us to begin to shew & practice at least an equall care how to maintayn a great number of labourers att home, it being no less heroick & worthy of our due consideration to preserve, provide for & encrease the number of labourers here, than it is to prepare & bring them up for that holy end abroad. To conclude, in consequence to what has been already allec1ged, it ought to be a most evident argument to us the brethren of this district & to the Clergy of every district throughout this distressed nation, of the absolute necessity of having a Fund or Common Stock, to consider that noe society or congregation of men whether ecclesiasticall or merely temporall or civill, dos or can subsist in the nature of a Community well cemented & united vvithout some deposition or common stock, as wee playnly see by the example of Christ himself, & his disciples, who had a common purse or stock to supply their necessitys, & alsoe by the practice of the holy Apostles & the first Christians. For as each individuall person cannot support himself in this world without a livelyhood which consists in some temporall being or estate more or less: soe neither can a community, as it is a body politick, preserve it self without the providentiall care of providing some being or estate more or less belonging to it. Without this we are not, nor can not be said to be one well compacted body whose nerves are properly the estate by which it subsists; but only soe many particular persons who attend each to his own interest & self preservation; or at least a body without nerves, sinews or bones, weak, yielding & winding every way & in fine not able to stand upon its legs. It is therefore without doubt not only exceeding commendable but absolutely necessary to the being & well being of the Clergy to imitate, as far as is consist ant with our present condition, that most wise providence & conduct of Jesus Christ, his Apostles & primitive Christians, which cannot be (as the state of our condition now stands) more closely followed than by raysing & establishing a Fund or Common Stock, whereby wee may be able to support one another in tyme of need & att all other times to have where with all to promote the publick good & advance of this our district. It is very obvious how many evils will be thus provided against: how many good effects will naturally ensue: how many Religious people of the Laity will be by our example greatly incited & encouraged to have a part & share in the merit of soe excellent & good a work.


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Chapter the 2 d Off The means how to raise a Fund. That therefore a Fund may be begun & established to the glory of God & the wellfair of the English Clergy in generall & in particular of this district of Hantshire, these following proposalls are made to be agreed upon & determined as Rules & Constitutions amongst us. 1st . The first & principal means propos'd is that wee the Brethren of this District as a form & example to the Laity should according to our ability & condition contribute our Quota's towards a Fund, which may be by one these 3 wayes-as it best suits to each ones power & good will. 1st by giving a present summ of monye to be payd into the hands of the treasurer. Or 2 d1 y to allow somewhat yearly for such a term of tyme as anyone shall willingly oblidge himself to by some present writing under his hand before competent witnesses, which writing is to be delivered to the treasurer; Or 3d1 y to oblidge himself by Bond or Obligatory Bill to give some determinate summ of Mony to the Fund to be payd att his decease whether he live or dye a member of the district or not; upon condition he has remaynd a member thereof some considerable tyme. The 2d proposall is that to the end something yearly may forthwith be raysed for the supplying such wants as may occur & for the more speedy increase & advance of the Fund, such Brethren as shall choos to give their contribution thereunto att their decease in the manner above mentioned, shall be mov'd to pay some contribution as long as they shall be able & remayn members of this district. 3d . that wee the Clergy would use our best & most prudent endeavours with Lay people with whom wee have any interest to exhort them to contribute towards the Fund by one of the 3 ways proposed in the first Paragraph. 4th that if any of the Clergy or Laity shall desire to putt out any summ of Money together with the moneys belonging to the Fund, that the interest may be duely paid them during their lives without liberty to recall the principle; if they shall be willing to give in writing under their hand & seal before competent witnesses, that they give the said moneys after their deaths to the said Fund, their offer shall be accepted & such security shall be given as shall be judgd satisfactory. 5 th â&#x20AC;˘ that if any Brother shall have any Almes given him in trust to dispose of for pious uses as he shall think fltt, not being determined to any pious use in particular, that then he shall apply part thereoff to the said Fund 6tl y. that whereas it is to be lamented that the bookes, holy Vessels & Church ornaments of some Clergymen have by their dying intestate, fallen into the hands of scismaticks & Protestants as their next heirs or else by their wills have been given to Lay


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Catholicks who afterwards have little or noe regard to the Clergy, wee the Brethren of the Clergy would by Will or some due writing under our hand & seal before competent witnesses leav the propriety att least of the holy Vessels & Church ornaments of which wee dye owners, unto the district of which wee are members at the tyme of our departure out of this world, or at least to the Secular Clergy of any district where he shall think fitt. And that as to books wee would, by some writing declare that in case wee dye intestate, they shall be understood to belong to the Clergy of that district of which wee are members att the tyme of our decease 7th. that if any Brother shall be entrusted with any Alms to be given unto any Colledge or perticular fund of the Secular Clergy to the end that this intention of the Doner may not be diverted, he shall forthwith acquaint the Arch: deacon- (Vicar G) of the district wherein the said Alms are given, & the Arch-deacon the Ven: Dean: yet the trust of paying & distributing the said Almes shall be in him according to the order & will of the Doner. 8ih â&#x20AC;˘ that for the better encouragement both of Priests & Laity to contribute towards the raising & establishing a Fund, every Brother in this district shall offer once a month for the Benefactors of the said Fund, & upon notice given of any that shall give a determinate summ, for every 511 each Priest shall offer once for the Donor, either in his life tyme or att his decease, as he himself shall require it. 9th â&#x20AC;˘ that each Brother in this district transcribe or procure to be transcribed a copy of all Constitutions agreed upon touching the Fund, as well for his own use as alsoe where it shall be thought expedient to communicate them to Lay Catholicks, the more efficatiously to excite them to contribute to soe holy & excellent ,a work. Chapter the 3d Off the management of the Fund. 1st . that none shall have any vote or power in the management of the Fund but such as doe yield canonicall obedience & persever in the same to the Ven: Dean of the Clergy for the tyme being & to the Bishop when it shall please God to give us one & to the Archdeacon (or Vicar G:) of the District: & moreover who shall oblidge themselves by a writing under their hand & . seal (in the manner as it is mentioned C2 para 1) to give att least at their deaths some determinate charity thereunto: or in case they be not able soe to doe, unless they promise to endeavour the lawfull & prudent promotion of the Fund in their respective Stations. 21y that the Arch-deacon (V.G.) & Brethren shall make choke of a treasurer to stand & continue for 3 years which being expired he may again be chosen, or in his place another as it shall seem fltt to the Arch-deacon (V. G.) & Brethren. 31y that the~Archdeacon (V.G.) shall keep a book wherein all Charitys, Funds & donations belonging or which may belong to this district ,shall be registered with the names of the Donors &


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procurers, the year, month & d.ay when they were given as alsoe the use for which they were given; that soe the dutys may be faithfully 'Perform'd & Benefactors duely remembred. . 4th. that all moneys, writings, Bonds, Deeds & engagements, as alsoe all Catalogues or Inventoryes relating to the Fund or good~ of the Clergy of this district be deposited into the hands of Treasurer during the tyme of his soe being & att the end thereof shall be delivered up bv him to the new Treasurer duly chosen. 51y that the Treasurer shall keep a book, in which shall be sett down the names of the persons, in whose hands the moneys or goods belonging to the Clergy doe lye, declaring the nature of the security given for them. 6th that the said Treasurer shall keep another book, wherein he shall keep an account of what profitts he receivs out of the Fund & what he disburses as between debit or & creditor. 7th that the said Treasurer shall not place out any moneys without the advice & consent of the Arch-deacon (V. G.) & some other of the Brethren. 8th that noe Brother shall lend any goods belonging to the Clergy of the district to any person if they be of the value of 2011 , but he shall as soon as may be acquaint the Arch-deacon (V.G.) or Treasurer with it & if need require, procure a note under the hand of the person to whom they are lent & deliver it to the Treasurer. 9th that once a year the said Treasurer shall give up his accounts to the Arch-deacon (V.G.) & some other of the Brethren to be nam'd by the Arch-deacon & the said accounts if approved shall be subscribed by their hands. loth that noe moneys shall be disburst out of the profitts of the Fund by the Treasurer without the order of the Archdeacon (V.G.) & some other of the Brethren, but that the Fund it self shall not be deminished but by the major part of the votes of all the Brethren. 11 th That in case any Moneys or goods placed out or lent by due advice, should chance to miscarry or be lost, neither the Treasurer shall be further accountable for them, save only to declare the manner of the loss: But the Arch-deacon, as well as any other officer or other Brother of this district shall be accountable to the Ven: Dean & Chapter (sede vacante) for any wilfull miscarriage in the management of the Fund, unless in'" case of any loss of moneys or goods as aforesaid. Yet, whatever obligation was undertaken by the Clergy according to the intention of the Donor shall be notwithstanding performed as if the donation were still in being. . 12. That every Brother shall give in writing to the Archdeacon an account of what Charitys, Funds & Donations~are left for the benefitt of the Clergy of this district that they may be registred & be kept by the Arch-deacon (V.G.) in a book for that 'Purpose 13. That furthermore every Brother give a list tQ the


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Treasurer of all utensills, Vessells, ornaments, Books or goods which he knows or can learn to have been left by the Clergy or any other person for the publick & shall also sett down for what uses they were given 14 If any Clergyman desires to leave unto the Clergy of this District any S1lch goods above mentioned att his decease, that then he would in due tyme secure the gift by some writing under his hand & seal before some competent witnesses, leaving alsoe in the hands of the Treasurer an Inventory of the said goods & where they are to be found. [This section is crossed through in the 1694, but not in the 1683, MS.] Chapter the 4th How the profits arising out of the Fund are to be employed. The issues & profits arising out of the Fund shall be employed 1st for the relief of such priests of the district who, living in canonicall obedience to the Yen: Dean of English Clergy (sede vacante) or to the Bishop there off when it shall please God to bless the Clergy with one, & alsoe in obedience to the Archdeacon (V.G.) shall be persecuted or imprisoned or such who by age or sickness are in want, or such who by reason of helping chiefly the poor, have not a competent subsistence. 21y for the defraying of all publick charges of our meetings, as alsoe for all Letters, Messengers, journeys & all other expences belonging to the Fund or upon any other account: of which charges att our annual meeting each Brother shall bring in his account. 31y If it shall please God to raise up such friends to us, that the Fund come to be considerable & sufficient, that then after the aforesaid necessitys be supplied, the overplus shall be equally devided & be shared amongst the Arch-deacon & Brethren or Lay Catholicks as are under their charge or to their own use as an Almes due for such duties as they are bound to perform for the Donors as it shall seem best to them. Chapter the 5th Off the regulation of the district 1st to the end that the whole district may be due1y supplyed & served: & that none may ask spirituall bread without having it given them, each Brother ought carefully to enquire into the parts adjacent to him, what Catholicks want due assistance & help: & if he shall understand that any doe, lett him give notice thereof to the Superiors that soe a provision may be made for them. 21y that wee would for this purpose use our best endeavours to encrease the number of labourers: 1st by resigning such places as either are att too great a distance from our respective residences, or as wee cannot frequently visitt: 21y by exhorting such as are able to give residences to Priests. 3 l y by promoting with our example,' as well as with our friends, the establishing a Fund. 3 l y Whereas the regUlation of every man's district is very


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necessary, it would be exceeding expedient that the whole fraternity would by unanimous consent agree to allott to each a circuit as near as may be to their residences: provided nevertheless that the Laity may have their full content & satisfaction in the person who is to have the care of their souls. This therefore is to be understood in our circumstances soe farr as it may stand with grace &good will of the Laity, to which wee ought to induce them, as much as in us lyes by prudent persuasions. 4th if any aggrievances doe happen amongst us, if it be possible lett them be redressed between ourselves, by the interposition of the Arch-deacon & some other prudent Brother, but if by this mean peace cannot be obtayn'd, lett them be referd to the Venerable Dean (sede vacante) But above all things lett all caution be had, that what differences should arise, noe scandal be given, noe complaynts be made, noe appearances of dissension doe break forth by our words & comportment to the Laity. 5th that noe Brother shall enter into, or accept of the employment of another without the knowledge, leave & consent of the incumbent & approbation of the Arch-deacon (V.G.): yea rather shall use his best endeavours with the Penitent or Penitents to continue & preserve the right of the incumbent as farr as may be with discretion: espeacially if this dismission proceed out of any unreasonable distaste or dislike in the Penitent. 6th that noe Brother administer the Sacrament of Matrimony to the Penitent or Penitents of another without the knowledge & advice of the incumbent: or if they come newly to be his Penitent or Penitents, without the advice of their last ghostly Father, unless their case & condition be evidently or sufficiently known to him. 7th that every Brother in his respective cure & charge, endeavour that as well as the place appoynted for divine service as alsoe all ornaments belonging thereunto, be decent in themselves & kept with decency & c1enlyness though never so mean 8th that every Brother once a quarter or oftner if there be occasion acquaint the Superiors by letter with what ever occurs worth giving notice off & they the Brethren as occasion shall require. And because to maintain a mutual! Charity which without some sort of correspondence is apt to grow cold, it will be expedient if once a quarter each Brother without any farther occasion would write to his Superiors & the Superiors to them. 9th That once a year there be a Meeting of all the Brethren, or at least of the Arch-deacon (V.G.), Treasurer & some others of the Distt:ict, both to consult about the promoting of the publick good, to deliberate upon all arising difficulties, to maintain & strengthen a mutuall charity to provide for all emergent necessityes & to adjust all accounts belonging to the Fund. Laus Deo Semper October the 18 1694 written by B.C. [Bonaventure Codrington] B


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An Account of what was given & offered by the Archdeacon & Brethren att a meeting July the 7th 1685 As alsoe by several Brethren since Mr John Ward, Arch-deacon by Bond to Mr Will: Dormer of S D Idsworth whether he dyes a member of this district 11 or not att his death promised 50 - 00 - 00 And the said Mr John Ward farther promises during his ability to give to the Fund yearly 02 - 00 - 00 Mr Augustine Taylour July the 8th 1685 gave then 10 guineas in hand 10 - 15 [sic] 00 and afterwards 01 - 00 - 00 Mr John Churcher promised then 1011 pdB which he paid in some tyme after & gave 1011 more att his death in all 20 - 00 - 00 Besides one guinea he then deposited in the hands of the Treasurer. All paid Mr Berry gave then a guinea & promised p.a. 01 - 00 - 00 Mr Bona:. Codrington promisd 2011 if he dyed a Member of the District & 10 if he did not; 1011 of which he has payd in, the other 10 he has given Bond for to Mr Edmund Perkin's of Winkton 20 - 00 - ()() As alsoe during ability per annum 01 - 00 - 00 Mr Edward Hunt promisd by Bond to Mr Edmund Perkins if he dy'd a member of the District 2011 ; if he dy'd out of itt 1011 20 - 00 - 00 as alsoe per an during ability 01 - 00 - 00 Mr William Bernard promisd by Bond to Mr Edmund Perkins of Winkton if he dy'd a member of the district 2011 ; if out of the District 1011 - the one 1011 is paid in 20 - 00 - 00 Alsoe during ability per an 01 - 00 - 00 since that Mr Will: Mathews has given 05 - 00 - 00 and has promised 05 - 00 - 00 more Mr Thomas Brown 1691 by Bond to Mr Edward Hunt of Winkton promised 1011 if he dy'd a member of the district: if he dy's out 0511 10 - 00 - 00 Also during ability per annum 01 - 00 - 00 August the 30th 1692 Mr Georg Freeman promised to pay the Fund per annum during 01 - 00 - 00 ability & aboad in the district Sept the 5th 1694 Dr Robert Jones promised to the Fund 10 - 00 - 00 Mr Nicholas Wilson att the same tyme promised 05 - 00 - 00 and also his Library Mr Francis Perkins att the same tyme promised 15 - 00 - 00 (this is paid) The Brethren of this district by a common contribution in the year 1676 gave 10 - 00 - 00


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Mr John Rigby who dy'd J anu: 6 1683 gave att his death to this district 10 - 00 - 00 There was alsoe given to the Fund 2011 being the money of Mr Walton Priest of the Secular Clergy 20 - 00 - 00 An Account of Donations given to the Fund of Hantshire by some Lay Catholicks October the 1st 1672 John Carryll of Harting Esq gave unto the Secular Clergy of the districts of Sussex & Hantshire the summ of 60011 , with obligation of saying a Mass every first Sunday of the Month or the nearest convenient day thereunto, for the living & deceased of the said family, & of saying Mass on the respective Anniversaries of sr John Carill 8bre the 5th , the Lady Mary Carrill June the 27: the Lady Phillippa Morley Feb the 7th; the said John Carrill Septemb the 8th ; Mrs Catherine Carrill Feb the 2 d ; with farther obligation 'of serving the poor in Sussex or Hantsh. Wherefore as far as it concerns this our district of Hantshire, it ought to be our care that upon the decease of Mr John Ward or Mr William Mathews, Mr John Carrill the now present Patron be intreated to nominate for their successors such person or¡ persons as shall help the poor of Hantshire as their Predecessors have done. Sr Henery Tichborn Sept the 20 1682 gave Bond for 2()ll to the F~

00-00-00

Mr Richard Cotton & his Lady, Feb. 1. 1684/5 gave to the Fund 05 - 00 - 00 Edmund Perkins Esq May the 1st 1685 gave to the Fund 50-00-00 John Read of Ashley gave to the Fund att his death 05 - 00 - 00 Mrs Constance Taylour att her death gave to the Fund 08 - 00 - 00 1694 Decemb the 24 Mrs Margaret Hunt of Sevington promised to the Fund at her death 20 - 00 - 00 And alsoe during life per an 01 - 00 - 00

1st 21y

Rules agreed upon taken out of the extracts of the Clergye of England jn severall assemblys held for the better government thereoff in the severall years of our Lord 1653, 1657, 1667, 1672. All which were confirmed in the generall assembly held 1676 & ordered to be communicated to the Brethren by the Superiors of each respective district That Superiours & other priests under them ought mutually to vindicate & stand up for the credit of each other Priests ought to be wary & discreet that they stand not litigiously in defence of one party against another without sufficient cognizance of the cause & hearing both partys'


20

4 th1y

61y

7 th1y

101,Illy

121y

141y 151y

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speak: that they be not forward in resolving doubtful1 cases, espeacially when other men's interests are concerned: that they venture not upon practices that may sound ill but take advice from their superiours or some other There ought to be such a correspondence amongst those of every district as may keep the superiors sufficiently informed of the employments of their subjects, as what places they frequent, what places are provided, '~.rhat unprovided or likely to be soe, what notable alterations have hapned or likely to happen, that if there be any evill towards us it may be prevented Fraternall advice is to be given to all Priests rather to address themselves to our own Brethren then [than] to Regulars, not only in matters of ordinary advice & communication but espeacially in matters of Sacraments Priests ought to be wary in their disputes concerning controversy's in cases of conscience before Lay people. The Pope's Breve concerning holydays is to be observed: viz that the days defested by that Breve are not to be esteemed obligatory to be kept, & the new feasts more & more are to be brought into custome; though not to be esteem'd of strict obligation att first: by that means an uniformitye will be brought in everywhere by little & little. The Frydays (& 3 days of Rogation week) between Easter & Ascension are not to be fasted, but observed as days of abstinence Every Clergye Priest is to say a Mass for every Clergye Priest that dyeth as soon as his death is signifyed unto him. Priests are forbidden to censure or intermeddle with any actions of his Majestye, of any of his Officers of State, but humbly obey & expect Gods & their pleasure N one of our brethren are to mantayn any opinion, practicall or speculative against the common doctrine & practice of the Church, nor to practice any extravagant cases. St George Patron of England & St David Patron of Wales are to be observed respectively as duplex majus following ancient costome A diligent observance of Mentall prayer is to be recommended to all priests, with a due tyme for preparation to Mass & a competent recollection after itt. All Brethren are to have a great guard over themselves not to give scandaU to the Laity by mispending their tyme in . drinking, gaming or the like. that if any difference arise among the Brethren they refer themselves to their immediate superiors that the Brethren make frequent exhortations or Catechisticall discourses which are extremely necessary, espeacially amongst the common sort of people. And that the Pax be given in Mass I .e. no longer to be observed as Feasts.

*

*


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21

De Usura Resolutio quatuor Episcoporum Utrum abstrahendo a circumstantiis Lucri cessantis et damni emergentis qui dat mutua pecuniam cum assecuratione sortis sub certo lucro v.g. 4, 5, 6 ultra sort em pro centum accipiendo, retenta facuItate repetendae sort is comittat peccatum usurae? Setting aside all circumstances of Lucrum cessans & damnum emergens, whether the putting out monye upon good securitye for a certayii' gain of for example 4, 5, 6 per Cent with a power off .calling in the principal, be not usurarious ? this proposition being read & considered by all here underwritten was unanimously resolved in the affirmative this 1st day of June 1688 *John, Bishop of Adramite V.A . .yc Bonaventure, Bishop of Madaura V.A. ~ Phillip Bishop of Aureliople V.A. ยง James Bishop of Callipoly V.A. Resolutions of severall meetings July the 8th 1685 1. Agreed upon that wee the Brethren of this district doe mutually engage one to the other to say 3 Masses apiece for each Brother deceasing a member of this district, or that having been a member did contribute to the Fund 2. Agreed alsoe that noe Brother of this district having a cure of souls doe leave his said cure without tymely notice given to the Archdeacon, that soe by the joynt care of the Archdeacon & the incumbent the cure may be continued in the Clergy 3. Agreed that the proposalls read in this Assembly with the corrections made by the suffrages of the Brethren, shall stand for good & be signed by the hands of all the Brethren present. 4. Agreed that Mr. Churcher be allow'd 411 yearly for the help of Candover, Frinkley, Amport & Thruxton. ~

*

John Leyburn, Bishop of Ad11'Lยฃmetum, cons. 9 September 1685. Vicar Apostolic of England until four districts were created by Pope Innocent XI, 30 January 1688; he then became 1st V.A. London District. .yc Bonaventure Giffard, cons. 22 April 1687; 1st V.A. Midland District until 14 March 1703, when he was translated to the London District. Philip Michael Ellis, O.S.B., Bishop of Aureliopolis, cons. 6 May HISS; 1st V.A. Western District. ยง James Smith, Bishop of Callipolis, cons. 13 May 1688; IstV.A. Northern District. ~ According to Benjamin Pitts Caper, A Topographical Dictionary oj the United Kingdom, London, 1813, Amport was a parish in Andover division, Hants, 5 miles from Andover; Candover Preston was 7 miles from Basingstoke, Candover Brown was 6 miles from Alton, and Candover Chilton 51miles from Alton. Frinkley is not mentioned, and the only Thruxton given i~: very curiously, a parish in the division of West Medina, Isle of Wight.

=


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517

Agreed alsoe that none of our Brethren doe hereafter marry a Catholick with a Protestant, unless the Protestant party do oblidge him (or her) selfe before Competent witnesses, that the Catholick party shall peacibly enjoy the exercise of his or her Religion, & that all the Children be brought up in the Catholick faith Lastly resolv'd by the unanimous consent of the whole assembly that it is unlawfull for Catholicks who are first marryed by a Priest, to be again marryed by a Minister, or take a Certificate from him that they were marryed by him. April 21 1691 1st Whether it be lawfull on fasting days to dress flesh for Protestants without any particular reason v.g. on a visit or the like ? Resolv'd in the Negative 2. Whether it be lawfull on fasting days to dress meat for Protestant servants? Resolved in the Negative 3. Whether it be lawfull to employ Protestant servants to worke upon Holydays? Resolved in the Negative 4. Whether to fulfill the Church precept of sanctifying the Sobaoth it be sufficient to hear Mass, evensong & Prosne ? Resolved in the Affirmative [Three leaves blank] September the 4th 1694 lit Agreed that eating Harts-horn jelly on fasting days be not allowed 2d that eggs are not to be putt in puddings in Lent on those days whereon eggs are not allow'd September the 5th 1694 Propos'd in the assembly of the Brethren in Hantshire in the presence of Robert Jones D.D. & V: G: Whether wee the Brethren should declare Canonicall Obedience to the Right Revnd Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Adramyte & promise the continuance off it to him & his successors ? Resolv'd unanimously by all present to declare & promise Canonicall obedience as above propos'd Signed Edward HunVf John Grove Will Mathews Will. Bernard (: Fran: Perkins Bonaven: Codrington Nicolas Wilson Thomas Brown:= Thos. Roydon ยง

*

* At Compton in 1692.

,At Winkton in 1692. =At Silkstead in 1692. ยง Cf. C.R.S., xxviii, 9 note. There were four Thomas Royoons. The

Thomas who signed the above in 1694 must be one of the two first mentioned in the note, page 9, C.R.S., xxviii: (1) Thomas Cornforth Roydon, born circa 1652, ordained about 1676-7; was Chaplain to the Scroopes of Derby in 1693, \ and had been 16 or 17 years on the Mission (C.R.S., ix, Ill). (2) Thomas Roydon, a Professor at Douay on 1 October 1690, born in York diocese, t ook the Oath in 1681, went on the Mission in October 1692, elected to the Chapt er in 171 5, missioner at Dodding Green, K endal, W estmorland, where he died in 1741.


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23

September the 5th 1694 L. Propos'd & agreed by ...common consent to say the Office of the dead & one Mass by each Brother then present for the soul of Will. Tichborn Esq att his death. [Last leaf blank.] A PAGE OF OBITUARIES FROM A PRAYER BOOK IN THE OLD BROTHERHOOD ARCHIVES

Transcribed by the Rt. Rev. John Henry King, Bishop of Portsmouth This transcript, though unconnected with the Hampshire Secular Clergy Fund, is given here because it was taken from the Old Brotherhood Archives by Bishop King at the same time as the Rules.-R.E.S.

*

Catherine ;Bostock her Book. my dear fathr died the 7 [? 5] day of feb: my dear mothr died the last day of July My grandfather Bostock died the ninth of May, my grandmother died 22 of X r my grandfather Stafford died the 23 of March, my unkle Huddleston died the 10 May: my cous Richd Huddleston died the 21 of May. My Bror John died upon Christmas Day: my unkle James Bostock died the 21 of March My dr Bror James died the 15 of March 1734 My dearest Mr Past on died the 8 of Ocr 1735 My sister Eyre died the 10 of Dec 1741 My deart Bror Doc: Bostock died the 16 of March 1746/7 Dcar Mrs Paston of Horton died the 29 of Ocr 1746/7 THE LEDGER'

A book, Ii inches thick, bound in vellum, with leaves 7-1 inches by inches. It is now at St. Edmund's College, Ware, and is labelled 15. 1. (in ink) 94 (printed) on the front cover, and "St Edmund's College Archives, Miscel.: Vol. 14" on the first page. There are 122 leaves now in this book, though leaves 53 and 54 have been pasted together. After leaf 64 five leaves have been cut out, or torn out, as has also the last leaf but one. The first three pages are plain white paper; the rest are cash-ruled in red, with one red line on the left for the date, and three on the right for cash entries. The first three pages are unnumbered; page 4 (the first of the cash-ruled) is numbered 1 in ink. The numbering is in ink up to page 8; pages 9 to 112 are numbered in pencil. After p. 112 the numbering (in pencil) is erratic, only the even pages being numbered up to 126, which is blank (and follows immediately after the five cut-out leaves). Twelve blank pages come

61

* Ct¡ C.R.S., viii, 328, under" Anne Bostock."

,By the kindness of the Very Rev. Mgr. (now Rt. Rev. and Canon) John B. Bagshawe, President of St. Edmund's College, Ware, and of the Rev.. N. J. Kelly, D.S.H., I have been permitted to make the transcript of thIS Ledger. I am also very much indebted to the Rev. L. F. Allan, B.A., of St. Edmund's College, who kindly collated the proofs with the original Ledger.


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next, of which one, p. 130, is numbered. The even pages are then numbered again from p. 140 to p. 164. Then every tenth page, from 170 to 220 (all blank), is numbered, and the consecutive numbering of the even pages is resumed from p. 222 to p. 238 (the last but one in the book). The Rev. John Betts's accounts of Peter House, Winchester, begin on page 1 and end on p. 16. Pages 17 to 31 are blank. His accounts for the Poor of Winchester begin on p. 32 and end on p. 44. Pages 45 to 60 are blank. Pages 61 and 62 contain the Hursley account; pages 63 to 80 the Richard Spencer fund accounts. Pages 81 to 92 are blank. On, page 93 John Betts begins the accounts of the Robert Hyde fund and ends them on page 125. Pages 126 to 138 are blank. The Rev. Peter Browne's accounts begin on p. 139, but a footnote, jn another hand, observes that the accounts really begin on pp. 221 and 237; to follow the chronological order in this transcript seemed the better plan. Peter Browne's accounts end 011 p. 160. Pages 161 to 220 are blank. Pa.ges 221 to 238 contain the beginning of the Rev. Peter Browne's accounts, as observed above.

[At the very top of the front O~ttside cover] Leger Hants [On a slip of paper pasted to the inside front cover, written sideways, in the Rev. J. P. Betts's hand] MI' Rob t Hills Fund consists of £500 N.S. Sea Annuities the produce whereof he orders to be paid either wholly or in part to such of ye members of the County Fund who shall take care of families or persons not otherwise sufficiently taken care of: under such obligation yt he or they shall yearly say one Req. M. for his soul so long as he or they shall receive 40 s out of ye said produce. He also orders the Administrator of ye Hampshire Fund to Pay 40 s ~r an. out of ye produce aforesaid to that person (now Mr Savage) yt has care of ye books he left to ye Hampshire Fund for ye use of ye members of ye said fund. Out of yO Produce of this fund I pay Mr Savage £7 ~r an. viz forty shillings for his care of ye books, and £5 for his attendance from time to time at Waltham (where he complains he has only a pewter chalice) on people yt used to go to prayers at Longwood when rented by Ml' Holman. Produce of £500 is ~l' an. ............ 15: 0 : 0 Paid yearly to Mr Savage .......... 7: 0 : 0

*

8--[On the back of the slip of paper, written upside down] OcF 26 J.B. Dr to Ml' Hill's fund ................ 352: 4: 10~ Cr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 339: 12 : 0

12 : 12 : 10 [On a second slip of paper, pasted to the bacT?- of the first sliP] [Interest] [Capitarj Hants £ s d £ s d St Peters House Winton. . . . . . . . II 14 4t 390 18 8

* See C.R.S., xlii,

10.

ife These are the totals on 11 August 1763: see p. [1l8J infra, p. 60.


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tIAMPSHIRt CLERGY FUND tttJtES AND tEDGER

Poor ................ ····.···· . R.S . ......................... . R.H. Short ......... ................ Hants fund .................. Havant .................. ..... •

•••••••••••••••••

t

•••••

8 16 6

17 13 15 0 5

°i 0 9

2 0 2* 2

6

9!

294 588

4

1970 3

Mrs Wells's bond.. .. ...... .. ..

4 0

0

9

9 71; 500 0 0 9 12 II! 124 19 10!* 78 2 8l.2

100

0

51" 0

[sicJ 63 0 8 2070 3 5t [On a third slip of paper, pasted to the inside front cover] Since Mr Richard Martin failed [in pencil, in another hand,-f4 See p. 39 (1757)J the composition money being put into ye New Annuities tlie several Capitals contained in ye Ledger stand thus: S Peters house A. p. II .................. £390 :- 18: 8 Winton Poor B. p. 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294 4 9 Rd Spencer C. p. 75 .............. 588 9 7t Rt Hills D. p. 112 . . . . .. .. .. . . 500 0 0 j773

12

4!

I have in N. Ann ........................ 268 formerly 1996 : 10 6 Lent thereout ......... ................... 1728

5

6

1996

10

6

1986

6

7,t

Hants funds claim besides Sheldons £100

}

5 :

Feb. 28. 1769. mine 10 3 lIt [Page 1 or fly-leaf] Leger [Page 2 blank.] [Page 3] April 29, & May 10. 1746. John Betts Debtor to St Peters House Winchester in the following Capital sums transferred to him by the late Mr Robert Hyde's als Hills' Executors in trust for the Incumbent thereof, for the tinle being, who is entitled to the annual produce, viz. The sum of £218 : 14 : 61 New South Sea Annuities yielding at 4 ~ cent ~ ann. £8 : 14 : III Also of £86 : 17 : 6i in East India Stock which was sold out and the purchase money being laid out in New South Sea Annuities produced £147 : 13 : 0 which raised the former sum to £366 : 7 : 61 yielding at 4 ~ Ci ~ an. £14 : 13 : 1

* =

The figures in these two items have been altered, which may possibly . .y. Probably Mr. J. Gillow's. account for the incorrect totals. In pencil, a 1 has been placed before the 7, a 3 under the 2 in the shillings . column, and an 0 under the 4 in the pence, th1.1S giving the correct total. The correction is probably Mr. J. Gillow's.


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. Also of £66 : 17 : IIi part of £100 secured on a bond of Mr Rickd Martin of Barton Stacy at 4 ~ Ct yielding ~ ann. £2 : 13 : 6.

*

[Rest of page, 8 ems., blank.] [Pages 4 and 5, n'U,mbered 1 and 2] 'f 1 1746 J.B. Dr to S.P. House. A. . May Received £7 : 0 : 9 of Mrs Hills in full for one years dividend on £86 : 17 : 6! East India Stock Rec d £8 : 14 : II! of ditto for last Midsummer & Xmas dividends on £218. 14 : 61 New South Sea Annuities .. Rec d £2 : 13 : 6 of Mr Richd Martin one years Interest on £66 : 17 : II! due on his bond 26 th of March 1746 Aug t 29 Rec d £7 : 6 : 6t ~ Mr Wyke for 1 years dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 New South Sea Ann due at Midsummr 1746 Feb. 16 Recd £7 : 6 : 6l , ditto last Xmas dividend on ditto .. 1747 Septr

£

S D

7 .0

8 14 III

2 13

6

7 .6

6t

7 .6 6,

. Rec d £2 : 13 : 0 for a years Interest due from Mr Martin about last Lady-day Rec d £7 : 6 : 6! ~ Mr Wyke for last . Midsumr dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 &c 7 Feb. - 10 Rec d £7 : 6 : 6! , ditto last xmas dividend on ditto 7 1748 Mar. 30 Rec d £2 : 13 : 0 for a years Interest due from Ml' Martin 26th Instant =2

=2 13

2§ N .B. The last paragraph in the late Mr Hyde's account book relating to st Peters House is: ct April 20 1745. Settled accounts with Mr Shaw ~ (the ct Incumbent) this 20 th day of April 1745 " when there remained due to Rob t Hyde £1 : 10 : 21 "-This was paid to Mr Shepperd for the use of Mrs Hills by John Betts Credr

9

6

.6

6!

.6

6.

13 6

53 .2 4i

fI

It

* A farmer.

1 10

21

See above, p. 2. ,To avoid confu~ion, it will be beii:er to adopt the pagination given in the Ledger. CThese two items of £2. 13. 0 are carried into the columns as £2. 13. 6. (the right figure). § In the Ledger the Debit accounts, on the odd pages, face the Credit accounts, on the even pages. In this transcript the pages are made to follow. "See C.R.S., xlii, 6.


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1746 May

5

Also allowed her £10 : 10 : 0 as paid Mr Shaw since her Brother's decease II Paid £10 : 10 : 0 to Mr Shaw in part of arrears due to him on his own account and for the Poor of Winchester 25 Paid £7 : 10 : 0 to ditto in part of ditto Oct 20 Paid £2 : 13 : 5 in full for charges attending the surrender byMr Hydes ExecfS of the sums that compose the fund for the Incumbent at Winchester aforesaid: as Brocage, postage; &c .. Feb 18 Paid £8 : 5 : 61 to Mr John Martin lie (2B 3 d postage included) which with the former £2 : 13 : 5 makes 7 months Income . ordered him by Mr White, for attendance at Winchester (charges deducted) over & above his proportion in ye revenue of Hursley unpaid

[Pp. 3 and 4]

J.B.

1748 Aug. 11

Feb.

9

3 Dr to S.P. House BrOt over Mr Wyke for last Midsl'

Rec d £7 : 6 : 6i ~ dividend for £366 : 7 : 61 .. Rec d ~ ditto last Xmas ditto on do ..

10 10

0

10 10 . 0 7 10 0

2 13

5

8 .5

6i-

40 19

Ii

£

S D

53 .2

4t

7 .6 7 .6

6i

2 13

6

6t

1749 Mar. 27 July Feb.

6

Recd £2 : 13 : 6 of Mr Rd Martin for a years Interest due ye 26 th on £66 &c Rec d £,7 : 6 : 6!- ~ Mr Wyke last Midsummf dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 .. Rec d ~ ditto last Xmas ditto on ditto

7 .6

6i

7 .6

6!

2 13

6

7 .6

61-

1750 Mar

27

July 31

Nov.

Rec d £2 : 13 : 6 of Mr Rd Martin a years Interest due 26th Instant Rec d £7 : 6 : 6, last Midsr dividend on £366 : 7 : 6£ New Ann Rec d £8 : 0 : 0 of Mrs Wells in full for 2 years Interest for £100 at 4 ~ Cent due

1. Carried this £103 : 2 : 1 to Gen. Accot bk

Due to me from St Peters House .. As it appears by this account that S Pe-ter's house fund owes me £17 : 1 : Ii, I

* See C.R.S., xlii,

8 .0 0 103.2 17.1

Ii

1

120.3

21

9. ,The alias of Bishop Benjamin Petre, Vicar Apostolic of the London District 1784.-1768, bom 10 Aug. 1672, died 22 Dec. 1768.


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have paid myself the same out of Hills's Fund as appears from p. 200 [rest of the line heavily scored] So that the balance now is nothing.

J.B.

Cr Brot over FebY Paid Mr Shaw in part of arrears aforesaid Paid Mr Savage £37 : 0 : 10 in full of his income (Mrs Wells's £4 ~ an. included). due from 31 Oct! 1746 (ye day of his arrival) to Jan. 31. 1747-8. See Bill-book Advanced Mr Savage his next Midsummer 7: 6: 6t dividend on £366 the New Ann viz 2 : 13 : 6 £7: 6 : 6t Also a year's Interest on Ml' - - - Martin's £66 : 17 : III viz £2 : 13 : 6 10 : o. : Ot In all 1748-9 Febr7 Returned him his last Xmas dividend on ditto, & advanced him a years Interest due on MI' Martin's bond as before Ju1y Returned his last Midsummer dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 FebY Also ditto due last Xmas

1747

1750 Mar. 29 August

Paid Mr Savage £2 : 13 : 6 for t yrs Interest due 26th Inst. on £66 : 17 : 111 Also his last Midsumr dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 ..

£

S D

40 19 Ii 7 10 0

37 .0 10

10 .0 O!

10 .0

O!

7 .6 7 .6

6!

61

2 13 6 7

6 6!

Carried £10 of this sum viz £130 : 3 : 2! 130 .3 21 [sic] (as belonging to the Poor) to their account page 34 & 64: which reduces 10 it to £120 : 3 : 2t which sum I carried to General Accot bk Nov. 1 1750, as that in ye opposite page 120 .3 2i[sic]

[pp.

5 and 6J

1750-1 Feb" 1751 Mar. 26

5

J.B. Dr to St Peters House

£ S B.O. 120 .3

D

2i

Rec d £7 : 6 : 6! ~ Mr Wyke last Xmas Dividend on £366 : 7 • 61 ..

7 .6

Rec d £2 : 13 : 6 for a years Interest on £66 : 17 : IIi due at date ..

2 13 6

'" This r 0' has been superimposed upon a ' 9:

6l


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July

Reed £6 : 8 : 2!- in full for last l\1idsummr dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 reduced to . 3t ~ Cent from Xlnas 1750

1752 Jan 29 Reed £6 : 8 : 2t in full for xmas dividend on ditto at 3! ~ Cent March Reed £2 : 13 : 6 for a yrs Interest on Mi' Martin's bond for 120£ due 26 th lnst Reed £6 : 8 : 2i for last MidsumT dividend July on £366 : 7 : 61 1753 FebY Also Xmas ditto .. Apr 6 Reed £2 : 13 : 6 for a yTS Int. due on Mr Martins £66 : 17 : lIt .. August Reed £6 : 8 : 2! last Midsr dividend &e 1754 Febr. Also Xmas ditto .. April Also Mr Martin's Interest as before Also last Midsr dividend as before Aug t

6 .8 2i

G .8 2! 2 13 6 6 .8 2i 6 .8

2 13 6 6 .8 2!6 .8 ·2l

2 13 6· 6 .S· 2! 182 03 ·

6

1750

J.B.

.. cr

2·~

21

£ s .n

B.O. 120.3 2-! Nov 15 Paid Mr Savage in part of his next half years dividend .. 3 .0 0 1751

Feb. March

Paid him £4 : 6 : 6·~ in full of ditto .. Also £2 : 13 : 6 for a years Interest due on Mr Martin's £66 : 17 : Ill. 26 Inst.

Augt

Paid Mr Savage his last Midsr dividend on £366 : 7 : 6! at 3i ~ Cent

O.S.

4 .6 6!

2 13 6 6 .8 2!

1752

FebY Also last xmas ditto Apr. 6 Paid him £2 : 13 : 6 due at date .. July Returned him his last Midsumr dividend

6 .8 2! 2 13

6'"

6 .8 2}

1753

FebY April

Also last Xmas ditto Paid him a years Interest due 6 th Inst from Mr Martin on £66 : 17 : III Aug 19 Also his Midsumf dividend 1754 Feb. Also last Xmas ditto April Paid him Mr Martin's Interest due 6th lnst Aug' Also last Midsr dividend

6 .8 2!

2 13 6 6 .8 2i

6 ~8 2t 2 13 6 6 .8 2i182 03

21


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[Pp.

7 a'}zd 8]

1755

J.B. Dr to

st

7

Peters House.

£ 5 D Brot over 182 .3 2iFebY Received £6 : 8 : 2! for last Xmas divi6 .8 2! dend on £366 : 7 : 61 Apr. 6 Reed £2 : 13 : 6 for a years Interest due from Mr Martin on £66 : 17 : II! at 2 13 6 date . 6 .8 2t Reed last Midsumer dividend as above Augt 1756 FebY 6 .8 2} Reed last Xmas dividend as above Reed a yrs Interest due from Mr Martin April 2 13 6 6th Instant as before .. August Reed £5 : 9 : 101 for last Midsumr dividend on £366 : 7 : 61 New South Sea Ann. reduced to 3 ~ ct from Xmas last 2d Subs. 1757 5 .9 101 Febr>' Reed last Xmas dividend on ditto 5 .9 101 Reed a yrs Interest due from Mr R<l ,April 2 13 6 Martin, as before August Reed last Midsumr dividend as before 5 .9 lOt 1758 liebrY Also xmas ditto on £366 : 7 : 6t 5 .9 10l . Augt Als() last Midsumr ditto S .9 lOt 236 17 7iCr £ S D BrOt over 182 .3 21Paid Mr Savage his last xmas dividend Feb. 10 6 .8 21 on £i)66 : 7 : 61 N.S.S. Ann .. Apr. 6 Also a yrs Interest due at date on Mr Martins bond .. 2 13 6 Also his last Midsf dividend Augt 6 .8 2! 1756 FebY Also his last Xmas ditto 6 .8 2i Also a yrs Int. on Mr Martin's £66 : 17: April 2 13 6 6 II! due at date Also his last Midsf dividend reduced to Augt 3 ~ Cent from Xmas 1756 .. 5 .9 101 1757 Feb>' Also xmas ditto .. 5 .9 lOt Also Mr Martin's Interest on £66 17: April 2 13 6 6 lIt due at date Also Mr Savage's last Midsr dividend ~n Augt £366 : 7 : 6t N .5.5. Ann. 5 .9 101 1758 Also Xmas ditto .. 5 .9 101 Feb. Also last Midsummer dO •• , Au~t · 5 .9 101 236 17 71 · 8

1755

J.B.


31

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

[pp. 9 and 10) 1759

FebY 1760 FebY

9 J.B. Dr Carried the 2 articles on ye opposite page to Hyde's account page 110 Rec d last xmas dividend on £366 : 7 : 61

Rec d Last Midsummer & Xmas dividends on £366 : 7 : 61 N.S. Sea Ann. at 3 ~ ct .. Rec d £1 : 10 : 1 in lieu of 2 years Interest (in virtue of Mr Rd Martin's composition) on £66 : 17 : II! now reduced to · £24 : 11 : Ii in ye New S. Sea Ann .. N.B. As Mr Hydes fund has supplied ,t he deficiency to the Incumbent, this £1 : 10 : 1 is carried to the account . thereof page Ill. Recd last midsumr & Xmas dividends on £24 : 11 : Ii also carried to Mr Hills's fund's account for the above reason-

£.

S D 5

10 19 8t

16 15 1758

1759 Feb. 1760 Feb: .21

J.B.

10

Cr Part of my charges from Arundel to Petersfield to meet Mr Savage there a little after his arrival at Winchester Paid 18 : 9 for Mrs Wells's bond for £100 at 4 ~ . ct rec d by ye Incumbent' at St Peter's house

[pp. 11 and 12] 11 1760 J.B. Dr to St Peter! House Augt

B.O... Recd £5 : 17 : 2ilast midsumrs dividend on £390 : 18 : 8 N. Ann

It

£ S D 3 10 1 9

5 .9 101

Paid Mr S. his Xmas dividend &c Paid Mr Savage his last Midsumr & Xmas dividends on £366 : 7 : 61 .. N.B. The 2 sums of £366. 7. 61 & £24 : 11 : Ii both now in the New South Sea Annuities form a Capital of £3-90 : 18 : 8 yielding half yearly £5 : 17 : 21 at 3 ~ Cent. The first payment due at Midsummer 1760. See the opposite page.

7

5.9 101

10 19

8!

16 15

It

S D

16 15

It

5 17

21


32

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

1761 Feb. Augt 1762 Feb. Augt 1763 Febr. Augt 1764 FebI' Aug t 1765 Febr. Augt 1766 Feb.

Reed £5 : 17 on ditto . . Reed £5 17

: 21

last xmas dividend

: 21

last MidsT ditto

Reed £5 Reed £5

17 17

: 21 : 21

last Xmas ditto last Midst' ditto

Reed £5 Reed £5

17 17

: 21 : 21

Reed £5 Reed £5

17 17

Reed £5 Reed £5 Reed £5

5 17 5 17

21 21

5 17 5 17

2l.4

last Xmas ditto last Midst ditto

5 17 5 17

21 21

: 21 : 21

last Xmas ditto last MidsT ditto

5 17 5 17

21 21

17 17

: 21 : 21

last Xmas dividend last MidsumI' D D

5 17 5 17

21 2t

17

: 21

last Xmas D D

,.

5 17 2i

----87 .1

12

1760

B.O. Augt 1761 Feb. Augt 1762 Feb. Augt 1763 Feb. Augt 1764 Feb. Aug t 1765 Feb. Augt 1766

Feb

21

Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to Mr Savage in full for his last Midsumr dividend on £390 : 18 : 8 New Ann at 3 ~ ct ••

41

£ S D 16 15 'I ! 5 17

21

5 17

21

5 17

21

Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to ditto for ditto due at Xmas 1761 .. Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to DO for Do Midsl' ..

5 17 5 17

21

Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to DO for Do Xmas .. Paid £5 : 17 : 21 Midsumr Ditto

5 17 2i 5 17 21

Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to Mr Savage for ditto due at xmas 1760 Paid £6 : 17 : 21 t~ do for ditto due at Midsr 1761

: 21 : 21

21

Paid £5 Paid £5

17 17

Xmas DO Midsr ditto ..

5 17 2l.4 5 17 21

Paid £6 Paid £5

17 : 21 Xmas ditto 17 : 21 Midsr ditto ..

5 17 21 5 17 2!

Paid £5 : 17 : 21 Xmas ditto

5 17

21

87 .1

4

----4.a


33

H . 1\IP HIRE CLERGY FU1JD RULES AND LEDGER

EPP. 13 1766

and 14] 13 J.B. Dr to St Peters House

August 1767 Feb. Aug t

Received £5 : 17 : 21 on £390 due at Midsumr 1766

B.O.

s

£

41

5 17

5 17

21 21

5 17

21

104: 12

11 -~

18: 8

Reed £5 : 17 : 21 on ditto due at xmas Reed £5 : 17 : 21 on ditto due at Midsummer · ..

D

1

87

14 Cr

1766

J.B.

Aug t

Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to Mr Savage due at Midsummer 1766 .. .. ..

1767 Feb. 19

, Aug t

B.O.

£ S D 87.1 41 5 17

21

This day I agreed with Mr Savages successor pro tempore, Mr Nolan. to allow him a salary of £20 ~ an. free from all charges on account of taxes & repairs, the former to be divided between the Tenant and the Treasurer or Administrator of ye Fund He was accordingly paid ten pounds for six months expiring the 5th of January 1767. John Betts [autograph signatures] James Nolan Paid £5 : 17 : 21 to Mr Nolan aforesaid in part of his salary . -', 5 17 21 Carried £5 : 17 : 21 to my account with St Peters House 5 17 21

*

----104 12 lIt

[Pp. 15

and 16] 15 1768 John Betts Dr to St Peters house

Feb. 15

5 17 21

Reed Ditto due at Xma~ /68Rec d Ditto due at Midsumr

5 17 21 5 17 2i

Reed ditto due at Xmas 1769 ..

rThe total in the Rev. P. Brow'ne's hand] [Rest oj the page blank.]

* See C.R.S., xlii, 10.

c

S D

Reed £5 : 17 : 21 for 6 months dividend on £390 : 18 : 8 due at Xmas Rec d £5 . 17 . 21 for ditto due at Midsummer ..

1769

Augt 8 1770 FebrY

£

B.O. 104 12 lIt 5 17 2!

5 17

21

133 18

10~-

-----


34

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES A JD LEDGER

16 Cr B.O. to my account

1768

J.B.

Feb.

Carried £5 : 17 : 21 aforesaid Carried do due at Midsumr to do

Aug t 1769 Feb Aug t 1770 FebrY

5 17 5 17

Carried do due at Xmas to do Carried do due at Midsumr

5 17 5 17

Carried to do due at Xmas 1769

5 17

[The total in the Rev. P. Browne's hand] [Rest of the page blank.] [End of this Account.] [Pp. 17 to 31 blank.]

[po

32J

£ S D 104 12 II!

21 21 21 21 21

133 18 lOt

32

April 29 & May 10. 1746 John Betts Dr to the Poor of Winchester in the following Capital sums transferred to him by the late Mr Rob t Hyde's ([Is Hills) Executors in trust for the Poor aforesaid, who are entitled to the Annual produce thereof at the discretion of the Incumbent of St Peter's House in Winchester: viz. 290 : 18 : O! The sum of £290 : 18 : 0 New South Sea Annuities, yielding ~ annum at the rate of 4 ~ Cent £11 : 12 : 8t 9 : 2 : 0 Also the sum of £9 : 2 : 0 part of £120 secured on Mr Richard Martin's bond 300 : 0 : 0 yielding ~ annum at the rate of 4 ~ Cent £0 : 7 : 3 N.B. During the life of Marguerit Chamberlain a Widow at Winchester the Poor there are entitled only to two thirds of the produce of the £300 afores d she being entitled to the remainder. See Mr Hydes Posthumous I nstntctions N° 4. [pp. 33 and 34J 33 John Betts Dr to Winton Poor. B. 1746 May 10 Rec d £8 : 0 : 0 of Mrs Hills in full for last Midsummer & Xmas dividends on £290 : 18 : 0 New S. Sea Ann at 4 Also £0 : 7 : 3 in full for a years Interest due last Lady-day on £9 : 2 : 0 part of Mr Martin's bond ..

11 12

7

8i

3

1

£

S D

11 12 7

8! 3


35

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

August Feb

1747 March August FebY

1748 March 26 Aug t Feb.

Also last Midsumr dividend on the above £290 : 18 : 0 New Ann at 4 ~ ct Also last Xmas ditto on ditto ..

5 16 4}5 16 4!

Also Mr Martin's Interest due 26 th Also last Midsumr dividend as before Also last Xmas ditto

7 3 5 16 4 5 16 4t

Rec d a years Interest on Mr Rd Martin's £9 : 2 : 0 due at date Also last Midsummr dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 New Ann Also last Xmas ditto

7 3 5 16 4! 5 16 41

1749 March

7

Rec d a years Int. on £9 : 2 : 0 &c

3

47 19 lIt 34

J. Betts cr Paid £4 : 0 : 0 to Mr Savage for 1 yrs Income for the Poor of Winchester Also £4 to do for the Widow Chamberlain due to her 24th of last June 20 Paid £1 : 0 : 71 in full for charges attending the surrender of the Sums that compose the fund for the Winton Poor to this day Dec 25 Paid £2 : 0 : 0 to Mr Savage 1 income on the Poor's accot 1747 Septr 2 Paid £4 : 0 : 0 to Do for the Widow Chamberlain due at Midsumr 1747 .. 29 Also £6 : 0 : 0 to Do for ! of a yr due at date to Winton Poor on £200 .. Brought from page 4 £8 W Ch I had paid Mr Shaw for the Poor, this being its 1748 proper place Septr 2 Paid £6 to Mr Savage for! yr due last Midsumr to the Poor aforesaid: Also £4 (a year due to Mrs Chamberlain at ye same time) 1748-9 Also £6 for! yr due to Poor & ChamberFebrY lain last Xmas on £300

1746 Oct 19

[pp.

35 and 36J

1749 Aug t

£

S D

4 .0 0 4 .0 0

I .0 7! 200 4.0

0

6.0

0

8 .0 0

10 .0

0

6 .0

0

45 .0

7t

£

D

35

J.B. Dr to Winton Poor Rec d last Midsr dividend

Br3t over

S

47 19 II! 5 16 4!


3G

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY

Feb.

RULE

AND LEDGER

6 Rec d £5 : 16 : 4i last Xinas dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 at 4

1750

Also 7s 3d on £9 : 2 : 0 due 26 th Instant from M1' Martin Also £5 : 16 : 4! last Midsummer Dividend on :£290 : 18 .: 0 New Ann.

March Aug t Nov. Feb.

FU~D

I 9

Carried to General Acco t book Rec d ~ M1' Wyke last Xinas dividend on £290 : 18. New Ann at 4

1751 Mar. 26 Aug t

5 16 4! 7 3 5 16

4t

----65 16 4

5 16 417 3

Also a yrs Interest on £9 : 2 : 0 Rec d £5 : 1 : 10 last Midsumr dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 New Ann reduced from 4 to 3! ~ Ct from Xmas

5 .1 10

Also ditto due last Xmas Also 1\11' Martin's years Interest &c Also last Midsr dividend &c

5 .1 10 7 3 5 .1 10

Also last xmas ditto Also MI' Martin's ..

5 .1 10 7 3

1752 Febr. March Aug t

1753 Feb.

April 6.

93 .1

36 1749 Aug t

FebrY

1750 Aug t NovI' 1 FebY

J.B.

CI' Brot over Paid M1' Savage the Poor's last Midsummer dividend on £200 afores d Also Chamberlain do on £100 .. This fund's share in a present to M1' Wyke ye Receiver [interlined] Paid him the 2 Sums last mentioned due at Xmas 1749-50 Also the same 2 sums due last Mid l' Carried to General Acco t book Paid him ditto due at Xmas 1750

9l

£ S D 45 .0 7! 4 .0 0 0

2 .0 1.

2

6 .0 0 6 .0 0

----63 .1 9l 6 .0 0

1751 Aug t

Also ditto due last Mids1' reduced to 3t

5 .1 10

Also last Xmas ditto at 3t Also a years Interest due on M1' Martin's £9 : 2 : 0 at 4 ~ ct Also last midsumr dividend

5 .1 10

1752 FebY March Aug t

£3

7 3 .1 10


37

llAMrSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

1753 Feb April 6

Also last Xmas ditto Also Mr Martin's Int. on £9 : 2

5 .1 10

7 3

O .•

90.3

[Pp. 37 and 38J 1753 August

7t

37 J.B. Dr to Winton Poor

Brat over Rec d £5 : 1 : 10 for i y1's dividend ,on £290 : 18 : 0 New Ann at 3!- ~ Ct Midsr

1754 FebrY Also last Xmas dividend on ditto Also a years Int. on £9 : 2 : 0 April }dso last Midsuml' dividend in £290 August 18 : 0 New Ann. 1755 FebrY Also last Xmas ditto Apr. 6 Also Mr Martins Interest one yr Also last Midsl' dividend all £290 &c August 1756 FebrY Rec d last Xmas dividend on ditto Apr. 6 Also Mr Martins Interest as before August Also .£4 : 7 : 3 in full for t years dividend due last Midsummer on £290 : 18 : 0 reduced from 3t to 3 ~ Cent 1757 FehrY Also last Xmas dividend, on ditto Apr. 6 Also Mr Martins yrs Interest due at date on £9 : 2 : 0 .. Aug t Also last Midsr dividend on £290 : 18 : 0

5 .1 10 5 .1 10

7 3 5 .1 10

5 .1 10 7 3 5 .1 10 5 .1 10

7 3 4.7

3

4.7

3

7 3 4.7 138.3

3

6t

38 1753 Aug. 19

1754 Feb. April 6 May 13 Aug t 1755 FebrY April August

J.B.

C1' Brat over Paid Mr Savage his last Midsr dividd •. To ditto extraordinary towards adjusting the balance of the poors money in my hands To To To To

Mr Savage his last Xmas dividend .. dO a yrs Int. on Mr Martin's £9 : 26 Winton Poor Extraordinary as above Mr Savage his last Midsr dividd

To ditto his Xmas dividend Also Mr Martins Interest &c Also his last lVIidsr dividend

£

S D

90.3 7! 5 .1 10

2 .2

0

5 .1 10 7 3 18 0 5 .1 10 5 .1 10

7 3 5 .1 10


38

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

1756 Febr April Augt 1757 FebrY

[Pp.

Also his last Xmas ditto Also Mr Martins Interest due ye 6th Instant on £120 Also his last Midsr dividend reduced to 3 ~ Ct ••

5 .1 10

4.7

3

Also last xmas ditto

4.7

3

7 3

133 10 39 and 40J

1758

39

J.B. Dr to Winton Poor

Brot over FebY 10 Rec d £4 : 7 : 3 in full for last xmas dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 New Ann at 3 ~ Cent N.B. On Mr Rd Martin's stopping payment and absconding thereupon nothing was rec d for 1757 on the account of this or any other fund. August Rec d £4 : 7 : 3 in full for last Midsumr dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 .. 16 Paid Mr Savage 78 2 d short of the dividend due to Poor at Xmas 1757 .. 1759 FebY Rec d £4 : 7 : 3 for last xmas dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 N.S.S. Ann 1760 FebY 20 Rec d £8 : 14 : 6 for last Midsr & Xmas dividends on £290 : 18 : 0 .. Recovered £0 : 4 : 0 in lieu of 2 years Interest on £9 : 2 : 0 secured on Ml' Martin's bond reduced since his failing to £3 : 6 : 9 Rec d 28 for last Midsr & Xmas dividends on £3 : 6 : 9 [N.S.S. Ann aboveJ heretofore £9 : 2 : 0

10~

£ S D 138.3 6l 4.7

3

4.7

3

7 2 4.7

3

8 14

6

4 0 2

0

160 12 II! 40

1757 Apr

J.B. 7

Augi 1758 FebrY

Brot over Paid Mr Savage a years Interest on Mr Martins bond at 4 ~ Ct due 5 Inst. .. Also last Midsumr dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 New Ann Also last Xmas ditto

£

S D

133 10 lOt .7

3

4 .7

3

4.7

3


39

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

August 16

1759 FebrY 1760 FebY

[Pp. 41

Also last Midsum1' ditto This fund's share in presents &e from 1749 to this day-See p 36 .. Overpaid 7td on £290 : 18 : 0 while at 4 & 3t ~ ct .. Paid £4 : 7 : 3 last Xmas dividend on £290 : 18 : 0 N .S.S. Ann Paid £8 : 14 : 6 for last Midsl' & Xmas dividends on do N.B. The 2 sums of £290 : 18 : 0 & £3 : 6: 9 being both now in the S. Sea Ann form a capital of £294 : 4 : 9 yielding ,ffom Xmas 1759 £8 : 16 : 6 pr ann. at 3 ~ Cent - -

and 42J

41 Dr .to Winton Poor

1760

J.B.

Aug t

B.O. Reed £4 : 8 : 3 in full for last Midsl' dividend on £294 : 4 : 9 New Ann ..

1761 Feb. Augt 1762 FebY Augt 1763 Feb. Augt 1764 Feb. Augt 1765 Feb.

Reed £4 : 8 : 3 in full for ditto due last Xmas Reed £4 : 8 : 3 in full for ditto due last Midsr

4.7

3

4 .7

3

8 14 6

160 .5 III

£ S D 160 12 lIt 4.8

3

4.8

3

4 .8

3

Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for do due last xmas .. Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for ditto due at Midsummer 1762

4 .8

3

4.8

3

Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for xmas ditto Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for Midsl' ditto

4 .8 3 4.8 3

Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for last Xmas ditto Reed £4 : 8 : 3 Midsl' ditto

4.8 3 4.8 3

Rec d £4 : 8 : 3 last Xmas ditto

4.8 3 204 15

51

42 1760 Augt

J.B. B.O. Paid £4 8 3 to Ml' Savage for the Winton poor last Midsl' dividend on £294 : 4 : 9 New Ann Also 7S 01 to balance this acco t

£ S D 160 5 III 4 :8

.7

3

01


40

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES A · D t:t~DGER

1761 Feb. Aug t

1762 FebY Aug t

Paid £4 : 8 : 3 to Mr Savage for the Winton P oor last xmas dd . . Paid £4 : 8 : 3 to do for ditto due at Midsr 1761 Paid £4 : 8 : 3 to do for the Winton Poor Paid 4 : 8 : 3 to Do due at Midsr

:8

3

4 .8

3

"=

'1 .8 3 4 .8

3

1763 Feb. Aug t

Paid £4 : 8 : 3 to do due at Xmas Paid £4 : 8 : 3 to Do due at Midst

4.8 3 4 .8

3

Paid £4 Paid £4

8: 3 to do due at Xmas 8: 3 to do due at Midsl'

4 .8 4 .8

3 3

Paid £4

8: 3 to do due at Xmas ..

483

1764 Feb. Aug t

1765 Feb.

[Pp.

43 and 44J

204 15

5!

204 15

5l

43

1765

J.B. Dr to Winton Poor

Aug t

Brot over Reed £4 : 8 : 3 in full for last Midsummer dividend on £294 : 4 : 9 N. Ann..

4.8

3

Reeeivd £4 : 8 : 3 in full for Xmas do Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for Midsumt ditto

4.8 4 .8

3 3

Reed £4 : 8 : 3 for Xmas ditto Reed ditto due at Midsumr

4.8 3 4 .8 3

Reed ditto due at Xmas Reed ditto due at Midsum1'

4.8 3 4 .8

3

Reed ditto due at Xmas Reed ditto due at Midsuml'

4 .8 4 .8

3 3

Reed ditto due at Xmas

4 .8

3

1766 Feb. Augt

1767 Feb. Aug.

1768 Feb. July

1769 Feb. Augt

1770 FebY

[The total in the Rev. P. Browne's hand]

248 17 III

44 1765

Augt

Cr Brot over Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for ye Winton poor last Midsl' dividend ..

J.B.

204 15 -5! 4 .8

3

1766 Feb. Aug t

Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for do due at Xmas Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for do due at Midst

4.8 3 4 .8 3

Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for do due at Xmas Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for Do due at Midsr

4 .8 4 .8

1767 Feb. Aug t

3 3


41

iIAMPsiIIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND tEnGE~

1768 FebY July 7

Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for ditto due at X ... Paid £4 : 8 : 3 for do due at Midsf

483 483

Paid ditto for ditto due at Xmas Paid ditto for ditto due at M.idsl'

483 483

Paid ditto for Do due at Xmas ..

483

1769

Feb" Aug t

1770 Feb.

[The total in the Rev. P. Browne's hand] 248 17 lIt [End of this Account] - ---[Pp. 45 to 60 blankJ r.pp. 61 and 62J 61 1746 & 7 Hursley Dr to J. Betts S D Paid £9 : 1 : 6 to Mr Spearing for recover. ing the rents of the Estate .. 9.1 6 Allowed 2s 8d to the Tenant being money not rec d •• 2 8 April Paid £1 : 2 : 0 for Land tax at Hursley 1 .2 0 May Paid £5 to Mr Jo. Martin t year of Mr See p. [blankJ R. Spencers contribution viz. for attendance at S. Peters H. from 25 March to Michs /46 5 .0 0 Paid £20 to Mr Shaw on accot .. 20 .0 0 June Novr Expences in Town with Ml' Spearing .. 1 8 1748 Apr. 14 Purchased £400 New South Sea Ann. with ye money returned me by Mr Spearing (in full of the 400£ mortgage) all charges included and defrayed: advanced moreover in order to the said purchase 6 .5 4t

£

1750 Augt 31

41 13 2t [Entry erased and written over] Charged myself (page 65) with

36.9 6 78 02

62 1747

1748 Augt 11

Hursley .. Credr Received £70 : 2 : 8 of the Tenant by the hands of ~ 11' Spearing, the balance of six years and! rent due at Midsummer 1746 Rec d £8 : 0 : 0 ~ Ml' Wyke last Midsummer dividend on £400 New S. Sea Ann. purchased last April as mentioned on the opposite side .. [End of thi s

Acco~mtJ

£

8

S D

70.2

8

8 .0 0 78.2

8


~

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

[Pp.

63 and 64J 63 J. Betts Dl' to Rich d Spencer's fund 1746 May 10 Rec d last Midsumr & Xmas dividends of Mrs Hills due on £181 : 16 : 0 New South Sea Annuities .. Also a years Interest due 26 of last March on £18 : 4 : 0 on Ml' Martins bond .. Aug t 29 Rec d last Midsumr dividend ~ Mr Wyke on £181 : 16 : 0 New Ann .. FebY Also last Xmas ditto 1747 March Also a years Interest due 26 Inst on £18 : 4 : 0 Mr Martins bond Aug t 17 Rec d last Midsumr dividend on £181 &c FebY Also last Xmas ditto 1748 Rec d a yrs Interest on Mr Martins bond March Aug. 11 Also last Midsr dividend on £181 : 16 : 0 FebY Also last Xmas ditto Rec d £8 : 0 : 0 for! years dividend on £400 in New S.S. Ann due at Xmas/48/9

£

S 7 .5 14

D 4~

7

3 12 3 12

8t 8t

14 3 12 3 12

7

14 3 12 3 12

7 8!

8 .0

0

81 81

81

39 .5 ,3 64 1746 Mar. 25

Sept. 5 Oct. 20

J.B.

.. cr

Brought from page A [sic] £2 [paid above] (as ~ Mr Spencer's direction in his declaration of trust Article 3.) to ye Incumbent-(Ml' Shaw) for one yl' due at Lady day 1746 to the Poor of, or near, Winchester To the 6 pts nearest Barton-stacy. 1746. Paid lIS 3cI for charges attending Mr Hyde's Executor's surrender of the Capitals that compose this fund

*

1747 Sept. 2 To the 6 pts nearest Barton-stacy. 1747 Decr 25 To Mr Savage in full for Mr Spencers Con11 : 12 : 8 tribution to this day £11 : 12 : 8 17 : 4 Also to Mr J o. Martin his share 17: 4 5: 0: 0 17 : 10 : 0

12 : 10 : 0 with £5 paid him as page [113 added in pencil] makes a year & i, due in full to the Incumbent at S. Peters House from Lady-day 1746. In all £17 : 10 : 0

£

S D

2 .0 3 .0

0 0

11

3

3.0

0

12 10

0

W Ch

* A bequest for Masses.


43

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Dec. 25 1748 Sept. 2

To M£ Savage a year & ! for the Poor aforesaid. due at date To do t y1' due last Midsumr for M1' Spencers Contribution

3 10

0

5 .0

0

.29 11

3

[Pp.

65 and 66] 65 1749 J.B. Dr to R.S.' Fund

Mar. 29 Augt Feb. 1750 March Aug. 31

Nov.

1

Brot over Rec d 14S 7 d for a yl'S Interest due on M1' Martin's £18 : 4 : 0 .. Rec d £11 : 12 : 81 for last Midst dividend on £581 : 16 : 0 Rec d ditto due last Xmas Rec d 1\1,1' Martins y1'S Interest on £18 : 4 : 0 due 26 th lnst. .. Rec d £11 : 12 : 8! last Midsl' dividend as before Rec d the balance of the Account p 61, it not having been hitherto brought to acco t Carried to General Account book

£

S

D

14

7

39 .5 3

11 12 11 12 14

81 81 7

11 12

81

36.9

6

112 .1 II!

66

1748 Septl' Feb. 1749 Augt do. Feb.

J.B.

O'

Brot over 2 T o the 6 pts nearest Barton stacy. 1748 8 To M1' Savage for the Poor a y1' due at Xmas 1748

To ditto for lVP' Spencer's Contribution .. To ditto for Poor t year due at Mids1' .. To ditto the 2 sums last mentioned due at xmas 1749 .. To the 6 pts as before-on the Oliginal footing of 20 8 each pt . . . . 1749 To M1' Shaw his arrears on M1' Spencer's Contribution as by his particular acco t Jan. 31 last past £45 : 6 : 9! Also towards Mrs Spencer's enlargement permissu Su4 ; 13 : 2! periorum This fund's share in a present to M1' Wyke 1750 the Receiver of its income .. Aug. 6 To M1' Savage! yr due at Midsumr for himself & the Poor as above

£

S D 29 11 3 3 .0 0 2 .0

0

5 .0

0

1 .0 0 6 .0

0

6 00

0

50.0

0

2 5 6 .0

0

I


44

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

To the 6 pts as above ..

Sept!'

5

Nov.

1 Carried to General Account book

[Pp. 67

and 68] 67 J.B. Dr to R.S.' Fund.

1750

Feb.

1750

6

Brot over Rec d £11 : 12 : 81 for 6 months dividend due on £581 : 16 : 0 last Xmas .,

6 .0

0

119 13

8

£ S D 112 .1 IIi 11 12

1751 March Aug t

1752

Rec d £0 : 14 : 7 for a yl'S Interest due on £18 : 4 : 0 part of M1' Martin's bond dated 26 March 1746 .. Rec d last Midsumr dividend on £581 &c reduced from Xmas to 3t ~ ct

FebY Also last Xmas ditto March Also a yrs Interest on £18 : 4 : 0 Also last MidsT dividend on £581 : 16 : 0 August 1753 FebY Also last Xmas ditto on ditto .. Also a yl'S Interest 011 £18 : 4 : 0 April Aug 19 Also last MidsumT dividend as before 1754 FebY Also last xmas dividend 011 do Apr. 7 Also a yl'S Interest on £18 : 4 : 0 Also last Midsr dividend as before Aug t

14

81 7

10 03 7! 10.3 7i· 14 10.3

7 7~·

10.3

7·~

14 10.3

7

7l

10.3 14

Tb; 7

10 .3 7t 197 18 4t

68 1750

FebY

1751 Augt 1752 FebY

Aug t 1753 FebrY

Augi Septr 16

J.B.

C1' Brot over Paid £5 to Mr Savage for t year due to him for M1' Spencers Contribution .. Also £1 for the poor! y1' due at Xmas ..

£ S D 119 13 ~

To him for the 6 pta aforesaid (reduced) To ditto for himself & Poor! year due last Midsumr •.

4 10 0

To To To To

5 .0 0 1 .0 0

6 .0 0

Mrs Spencer in a low condition M1' Savage & Poor due last XIllas

6.0 0

ditto the same due last Midsumr ditto for the 6 pts aforesaid ..

6.0 0 4 10 0

..

To ditto for himself & Poor due last xmas i year To ditto the same due last Midsum1' .. To ditto for the 6 pts as before

10 6

6 .0 0 6 .0- ·0 4 10 0


45

HAMPSHIRE CL¥RGY FU D l{ULES A D LEDGlm.

1754 Feby Aug t Septr

To ditto & Poor t year due last Xmas To ditto the same due last Midsr To ditto for the 6 pts aforesaid . .

6 .0 0 6 .0 0 4 10 0

186 .4

r:pp. 69

and 70]

1755 FebrY April Aug t

69. J.B. Dr to R.S: Fund Brot over Reed £10 : 3 : 7i for a years dividend on £581 : 16 : 0 due la$t Xmas .. Also 148 : 7d on Mr Martin's £18 : 4 : 0 due 6 th Instant, one yeats Int. Also last Midsr dividend on £581 : 16

£

S 197 18

41

10.3

7t

1757 Feb. April Aug t 1758 FebrY Aug t

Also last Xmas ditto on ditto Also Ml' Martin's Int. due at date Also last Mids r dividend as before reduced from 31 to 3 ~ Cent Also Als·o as Also

last Xmas dividend &c a years Interest due on £18 : 4 : 0 above for 1756 last Midsr dividend at 3

D

14 7 10.3 7t

1756 FebrY Apr. 6 Aug t

2

10 3

71

14 7 8 14 6 8 14 6 14

7

8 14 6

8 14 6 8 14 6

Also last Xmas ditto Also last Midsummer ditto

274.5 6 70

Cr £ S D Brot over 186 .4 2

1755

J.B.

FebY

Paid £6 to Mr Savage for last Xmas dividend for himself and Poor To ditto Last Midsr ditto To ditto for the 6 pts afores d

6 .0 0 4 10 0

To ditto for himself & Poor due last Xmas To ditto the same due at Midsr To do for the 6 pts (reduced) for 1756

6 .0 0 6 .0 0 3 .0 0

To ditto for himself & Poor due last Xmas To ditto the ! year due at Midsumf •• To do for ye 6 pts as in 1756 for 1757 ..

6 .0 0 6 .0 0 3 .0 0

Augt Septr

6 .0 0

1756 FebY Aug t Sept!'

1757 FebY Aug t Septr

1758 FebY

To

dit~o

t

yr due last Xmas for himself

& Poor ..

Q .0

0


46

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Augt

[Entry erased and figures erased in cash columns] To ditto the! yr due last Midsummer ..

6 .0 .0

244 14

[pp. 71 and 72]

71 B. Dr to R. S.' Fund D Brest over As to Mr Rd Martin's Interest due last April on £18: 4s : oct [for 1757 above] See page [blank]

J.

1758

1759 FebrY 1760 Feb. 20

1758 Aug t 16 I

Septr

Rec d £8 : ~14 : 6 for last Xmas dividend on £581 : 16 : 0 N.S.S. Ann ..

2

£

S

D

274

5

6

8 14

6

Rec d £17 : 9 : 0 for last Xmas & Midsumr dividends on £581 : 16 : 0 N .S.S. Ann. 17.9 0 Recovered £0 : 8 : 0 in lieu of 2 years Interest on £18 : 4 : 0 in part of Mr Martins bond, reduced since his failing to £6 : 13 : 7! 8 0 Recd £0 : 4 : 0 for last Midsrs and Xmas divividends [sic] in the N.S.S. Ann on 4 £6 : 13 : 71 heretofore £18 : 4 : 0 .. N.B. The 2 sums of £581 : 16 : 0 and of £6 : 13 : 7t being both now in the South Sea Ann form a capital of £588 : 9 : 7! yielding from Xmas 1759 £8 : 18 : 6 half yearly, at 3 ~ Cent. See page 80 in relation to an Error com- 301 .1 0 mitted in the aforesaid calculation of interest for £588 . 9 . 71 72 J.B. Credr £ S D Brot over .. 244 14 2 This fund's share in presents &c from .7 3l.4 1749 to this day ... See page [blank] Paid £3 : 0 : 0 to Mr Savage for the 6 pts nearest Barton stacy for 1758 3 .0 0 Paid 28 : 6d to X at London to treat with 2 5t Mr Spearing about the sale of Hursley [sic] Estate towards paying ye Incumbents &c Paid £27 to Mr Savage towards apprenticing poor Children at Winchester pursuant to the late Mr Spencer's Instructions 27 .0 0


47

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

1759 FebrY

Paid £6 to Ml' Savage for last Xmas dividend for himself & Poor Also £3 for ye 6 pts for 1759 ..

1760 FebrY

6 .0 0 3 .0 0

Paid £12 to Mr Savage for last midsumr & Xmas dividends

12 .0 0

[One line of writ-£ng very heavily scored]

-----

296 .3 lOt

[Pp. 73

and 74]

1760

73 J.B. Dr to R.S. fund

B.O. Aug t 1761 Feb. Aug t

£ S D

301 .1

0

Rec d £8 : 18 : 6 in full for last Mids r dividend on £588 : 9 : 7! New. Ann.

8 18

6

Rec d £8 : 18 : 6 for ditto due at Xmas 1760 Rec d £8 : 18 : 6 for ditto due at Midsr 1761

8 18 8 18

6 6

327 16

6

74

1760

J.B. ' B.O.

Aug t 21

Paid £6 to Mr Savage Due last Midsummer for himself & Poor Paid £2 : 13 : 0 to ditto in full for all arrears due to ye 6 pts nearest Barton Stacy regard being had to the deed of Trust of R.S. in ye judgmt of Mr W. W. &c Paid £3 : 3 : 10 to ditto (encreased) for 1760 Also 88 : 9!d to Mr Savage for bringing Poor people to st James's* (after death) for 1759 pursuant Mr Spencer's directions in the deed of Trust afores d which is to be henceforward lOs: 7d pI' an

1761 Feb.

Augt

* St.

Paid £6 to Do for himself and Poor due at Xmas 1760 .. Paid £0 : 1 : 91 short of the allowance for burials &c as above Paid £6 to ditto for himself and Poor due at Midsumr 1761 Also £3 : 3 : 10 to the 6 pts nearest Barton Stacy for 1761 ..

£

S D

296 .3 101 6 .0

2 13 0

3 .3 10

8 6 .0 1

6 .0

91 0

9£ 0

3 .3 10

----323 15

James's Cemetery, 'Winchester.

0

l.a4


~18

[Pp. 76 1762

FebY Augt 1763 Feb. Aug t 1764 Feb. Aug. 1765 Feb.

lIAMPSHlRE CLERGY FU. D RULES AND LEVGE 1\.

and 76]

J .B.

75 Dr to R.S. Fund

£ S D B.O. 327 16 6 Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for last Xmas Dividend 8 18 6 on £588 : 9 : 71 New S.S. Ann .. Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for Do due at Midsr .. 8 18 6

Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for Do due at Xmas .. Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for Do due at Midsr .•

8 18 8 18

6 6

Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for Do due at xmas .. Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for do due at Midsr ••

8 18 8 18

6 6

Reed £8 : 18 : 6 for do due at Xmas ..

8 18

6

390 .6

0

76

Cr

1762

J.B.

Feb)'

Paid £6 : 0 : 0 to Mr Savage for himself and Poor due at Xiiias 1761 .. Paid £0 : 10 : 7 for burials as p 74 .. Paid £6 to Do for himself & Poor Also £3 : 3 : 10 to ye 6 pts &e 1762 ..

Augt 1768 Feb. Augt 1764 Febr.

Aug t 1765 Feb.

B.O. 323 15 Ii

3 .3 10

Paid £6 to Mr Savage for himself & Poor due at Xmas 1762 Paid lOS : 7 for Burials as above Paid £6 to Mr Savage for himself and Poor due at Midsl' 1763

6 .0 0

Paid £6 to Mr Savage for himself & Poor due at Xmas .Paid lOs : 7 d for Burials as before Also £3 : 3 : 10 to the 6 pts 1763 Paid £6 to Mr Savage as above Also £3 : 3 : 10 to ye 6 pts 1764

6 .0 0 10 7 3 .3 10 6 .0 0 3 .3 10

Paid £6 to Mr Savage for himself & poor due at Xmas Paid him lOS : 7 for burials as before .. Also £3 : 3 : 10 to ye 6 pts 1764 [sic]

6 .0 0 10 7 3 .3 10

[Pp. 77 and 78] 1765

6 .0 0 10 7 6 .0 0

77 J.B. Dr to R.S. Fund B.O. .. Reed £8 : 188 : 6d last Midsummer Dividend on £588 : 9 : 71 New S.S. Ann.

6 .0 0 10 7

380 12

£

91

S D

390.6

0

8 18

6


HA'UPSHIRE CLERGY

1766 Feb. Augt 1767 Feb. Augt 1768 July 1769 Feb. Augt

~UND

·.

8 18 6 8 18 6

Reed 8 : 18 : 6 Xmas ditto Reed £8 18 : 6 MidsUInr ditto Reed Reed Feb. Reed

£8 £8 Reed £8 :

18 18 £8 18

: : : :

4-9

RULES AN 0 LEDGE R

6 Xmas ditto .. 6 Midsf ditto · . 18 : 6 Xmas ditto 6 Midsr ditto · .

·

Reed £8 : 18 : 6 xmas ditto . Reed £8 : 18 : 6 Midsr do [470 . 12 . 6 in pencil]

*

8 8 8 8

18 18 18 18

6 6 6 6

8 18 6 8 18 6 470 12 6

78 1765 Augt 1766 Feb. Aug& 1767 Feb.

Augt 1768 Feb.

Aug t 1769 Feb. Aug t

[Pp. 79 1769 \V.

J.B. Cr 380 12 9! Paid £6 to l\'Ir Savage for himself & Poor last Midsumr divd 6 .0 0 Also £3 : 3 : 10 for ye 6 pta 1765 .. 3 .3 10 Paid £6 to Do as above due at Xms 6 .0 0 6.0 0 Paid £6 more due at Midst Also £3 : 3 : 10 for ye 6 pta 1766 3 .3 10 Paid £5 to Mr Nolan for [self above] poor &c due at Xmas 1766 To ditto for Burials 1766 To ditto for ditto 1767 .. To ditto for 6 pta 1767 To ditto for [self & above] Poor due at Xmas To ditto for Burials 1768 To ditto for self and poor To dO for self & poor .. To do for Burials 1769 .. Forgot 6 pta 1768 To do for self & Poor [443 . 10 . pencilJ* .. To G pta 1769 and 80]

D

10 7 10 7 3 3 10 6

10 7 6 .. 6 ..

3

10 7 3 10

51 in 6 3 3 10

79 J.B. Dr to R.S. Fund B.O. Recd on the account of apprenticing poor Children.. .. .. .. ..

* In the same hand as the pencilled totals on p.

6 ..

446 14

31

470 12

6

1 15 3!

(159] infra, p. 82.


50

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

1770 Febr"

Rec d £8 : 18 : 6 last Xmas dividend on £588 : 9 : 71 New S.S. Ann 8 18 6 [In the Rev. P. Browne's hand] Mr Betts Dr - - 481 6 3! Credr - - 455 4 01 26 2 2£ 80

1769

Cr B.O 446 14 31

J.B.

By Errors of account. From FebY 1759 to FebY 1769 from account made out of surplus of £17 : 13 : It [or 1] the half being £8 : 16 : 6! have made my self half yearly debtr £8 : 18 : 6 Errors =1 : III half £8 : 16 : 6i is = 3S : 11 ~ 10 years 1770 FebrY

To Mr Nolan and . poor .. For Burials 1770 .. [In the Rev. P. Browne's hand] [End of this Account]

1 19 2 6 10 7 455

4

01

r.pp. r.pp.

81 to 92 blank] 93 and 94J 93 1746 John Betts Dr to Rob. Hydes' Fund [March 25 erased] Augt 29 Recd £10 : 0 : 0 ~ Mr Wyke for last Midsummer dividend on £500 at 4. Feb 16 Rec d £10 : 0 : 0 ~ ditto for last Xmas dividend on ditto at 4 ~ Cent

£

S D

10 .0 0 10 .0 0 20 .0 0

94

J.B. cr Paid £1 : 17 : 3 for charges attending Mr Hyde's Executors' surrender of £500 left by him for the uses and purposes mentioned in his Posthumous I nstructions N° 6. 1747 , March 25 Also £5 to Mr John Martin for attendance in the Neighbourhood of Longwood due at da~e for one year 1746 20

£ S D

Oct

1 17

3

5 .0 0


51

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Also 68 : 6 for searching after Mr Corams Will in Doctors Commons Expences in Town to assist at Consultations about Mr Shaw .. Nov. 5 Paid Mr Spearing £1 : 11 : 6 for Councils' [sic] opinion in Mr Shaws' affairs .. 12 Feed Council a 2d time in regard to Arbitration Paid £1 to Mr Savage by Mr Whites' Decr order Jan. 31 Paid £2 : 10 to Mr Savage for one year & ! due at date for his care of Mr Hyde's books at Winton as by Instrucans N. 6. July

*

rpp. 95

6 6 5 0 I 11

6

1 .1

0

1 .0 0

2 10 0 13 11

95 1747 J.B. Dr to Robt Hyde's Fund Brot over Reed £10 ~ Mr Wyke last Mids.u mr diviAugt dend on £500 at 4 Feb. 10 Reed £10 ~ ditto last Xmas do .. 1748 Augt Reed £10 more for last Midsummer dividend at 4: ~ Ci Feb 8. Reed £10 more for last Xmas ditto

3

and 96J

£ S D 20 .0 0 10 00 0 10 .0 0 10 .0 0 10 .0 0 60 .0 0

96 1748 Mar. 26 Sept. 2. & Feb. 8 Dec

16.

25

J.B.

cr

Brot over Paid £,5 ' : 0 • 0 to Mr John Martin for a years attendance near Longwood due at date .. Paid £13 : 17 : 101 ~o Mr Savage towards making his income up to £40 ~ ann. (~ Mr Whites direction) from Nov. 1. 1746 to Feb. 1. 1748.9. 2 years and 1 Paid £1 to ditto in consideration of his paying rent for his chappel .. .. Paid £2 to ditto for a year due [next aboveJ Jan. 31 for his care of Mr Hyde's bkS Also paid 28 1d this fund's share in an [sic] yearly present to Mr Wyke, receiver of the income belonging to it, from 1746 .. .. .. .. Also of that belonging to st Peter's house

* Bishop Benjamin Petre, V.A. London District.

£ S D 13 11 3 5 .0 0

13 17 10! 1 .0 0 2 .0 0

2 1 1 6i


52

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES 4'1ND LEDGEH.

1749 Apr. 29

[pp. 97

Paid £8 : 16 : 6 the amount 0 :M l'Speal"ings bill of charges in the affair of the ejectment 8 16 6 Expended lOs : 4(1 011 him & another Lawyer at a tavern to consult about a fine &c . . . 10 4 Paid £15 : 6 : 6 [to MI' Savage above] for necessary furniture; also rates & taxes, to his taking possession about last Lady-day, left unpaid by Mr Shaw 15 6 6

and 98]

1749

J.B.

97 dr

to R.H's Fund

Brot over Rec d £10 : 0 : 0 ~ Mr \Vyke for last Midsummer dividend on £500 at 4 .. Rec d £50 of his two sisters towards the recovery of possession of st Peters House for Mr Savage &c &c Rec d £10 ~ Mr Wyke last Xmas dividend on £500

Aug t Septl' Feb}'

98 1749

C1' Brot over Paid £5 : 0 : 0 to Mr John Martin for a yrB attendance N ear Longwood due last Lady day .. Paid lOS: 6 d to do for 6 months attendance elsewhere at £1 : 1 : 0 ~ an. allowed him from Lady day 1749 .. Paid £13 : 10 : 0 to Mr Spearing the amount of his bill of charges for passing a Fine with regard to st Peters House. deed. & enrolment Returned £23 to Mr Savage towards fitting up S. Peter's House for 1\1/ Biddulph ~ Mr White's advice

J.B.

May Septr

1

Oct.

12

Decl '

1749-50 Feb. 6 July 29

Paid £2 to ditto for a year due to him ye 31 at of last month for his care of Mr Hyde's b kB .. Paid £2 : 16 : 0 to ditto on the same account as Septr 2 d & FebY 8th in full Expences to & in London at different times in Mr Shaw's affair & postage, from 1747 to this day

GO.6 1

£

S D 60.0 0

10 .0 0

50 .0 0

10 .0 0 130.0 0

£

S D

60.6 1 5 .0 0 .. 10 G

13 10

0

23 10 0 [sic] 2 .0

0

2 16 0 3 .7 2 110 19

9


HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

53

[Pp.

99 and 100J [These two pages are much discoloured, probably due to the paste with which two pages (the back of 100 and the next) have been stuck together] 99 £ S D ] .B. Dr to R.Hs Fund Brot over 130 .0 0 1750 Rec d £10 ; 0 : 0 ~ Mr Wyke last Midsumr Aug t 10 .0 0 dividend on £500 at 4 ~ Cent

1 Carried to General Account bk 140 .0 Balance 2 .4 100 1750 J.B. C1' £ S Brot over 110 19 May 9 Paid lOs; 6 d to Mr David Morgan* on account of attendance in the Isle of \\Tight 10 due last Paid £6 ; 1 : 0 to Mr John Martin for Lady-day ditto near Longwood & elsewhere .. 6.1 Also lOs: 6d due [to do above] at Ladyday (1749) forgot 10 Paid £2 : 18 ; 3 Mr Savage's bill for brewing vessels, Locks &c .. [sic] 2 18 AUQwed him 9S for a church rate due before he took possession 9 31 Also £1 : 11 : 6 for 6 benches and a chest of drawers for the use of his chappel and sacristy 1 11 See p [blank] Expences of 2 journeys from Hammersmith into Hampshire on the County affairs in 1747 & 1749 chargeable in part on this fund on account of Mr, Hills's 50£ annexed thereto. See p 97 1 13 Paid my self seventeen pounds 1B ; l!d out of this fund to make up for the same sum advanced by me to supply deficiencies of St. Peter's House as appeared by stating the accounts. See p. 3 17.1

Nov.

Carried to General Account book

141 14

0 6~

D 9 6 0 6 0 0 G

2

l '~

6}

[The next two pages are pasted together a'ltd ignored i1~ the ;tumbering. Entries on them, have been very heavily scored] [Pp. 101 and 102J 101 1750 John Betts Dr to R.H.s Fund £ S D Brot over [figures altered] 140 .0 O! Feb 6 Rec d £10 : 0 : 0 ~ Mr Wyke for last Xmas [sic] dividend at 4 ~ ct 10.0 0

* Priest at Brockhampton.

~

This may be

It

Mrs "


54

ltAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND tEnGER

1751 Augt

Recd at

~

31

ditto last Midsummer dividend Cent ••

~

[figures alteredJ

8 15 0 158 15

01

102

1750 Nov. 29 FebY

cr £ S D Brat over [figures aiteredj 141 14 6l Paid 13s : 4d for postage-from 31st July 1749, & other expences with regard to the Fine relative to St Peter's house 13 4 To Mr Savage for Mr Hs books a yr due 31 st Ulto , . 2.0 0

J.B. ,

1751 Mar. 26 To Mr Martin for Longwood, &c. due at date, as before .. 1752 Feb. To Mr Morgan, Isle of Wight, &c. To Mr Savage for Mr H's books Mar. To Mr Martin, as above, a yr at Date .. To Mr Savage in consideration of the reduction of Interest from Xmas 1750 to 31 from 4 ~ Ct Overpaid him forty shillings when I accounted with him for Mrs Wells's Interest in January 1747.8 See bill book Paid £1 : 10 : 0 to Mr Spearing for a postfine for the City of Winchester on account of st Peter's House .. 1753 Feb. To Mr Savage for Mr IElls's books due 31 Ult. one year

[pp.

6.1

0

10 6 2 .0 0 6.1 0 1 11

6

2 .0

0

I 10

0

2 .0 0

166 .1 10i

103 and 104J 103 1752 J.B. Dr to R.H's Fund Brot over [figures altered] d FebY Rec £8 : 15 : 0 for last Xmas dividend on £500 at 3t ~ Cent. Also last Midsumr ditto Augt 1753 FebrY Also last xmas ditto Also last Midsu~r di~to Augt 1754 FebrY Also last Xmas ditto Also last Midsumr ditto August

£

S D

158 15 0i 8 15 0 8 15 0 8 15 0 8 15 '0 8 15 0 8 15 0

(figures altered] 211 .5

01


HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

55

104 Cr £ S Brat .over 166 .1 Paid £6 : 1 : 0 to Mi' Martin for his atApril tendance [at scored, near aboveJ Long~6 wood and Elsewhere one year due at date 6.1 Allowed £1 : 1 : 0 to Mr Milner towards Augt his expence of changing his quarters 1 .1 from Avon to Soply. Hants To Mr Savage £1 : 11 : 6 as FebY 1752 1 11 2 To ditto £7 : 17 : 6 on accoiit of his Dec House being untenanted 15 months at 7 17 date (Superiorum consensu) 1754 To ditto £2 : 0 : 0 for Mr HB books one FebY 2 .0 year due 31 st VIt Apr. 6 To Mr Martin (as above) one year due at 6.1 date To Mr Savage £1 : 11 : 6 on account of Aug t ye reduction of Interest &c .. 1 11 To ditto as above Deer 2d on accot of 3 .3 his house being unlet to 2d June/54 1753

J.B.

*

FebrY Augt 1756 Feb. Augt 1757 FebY

0 0 6

6 0 0

6

0

195 .8 41

[pp. 105 and 106J 1755

D 101

105 J.B. Dr ~o R.HB Fund Brat over [figures altered] Rec d £8 : 15 : 0 for last xmas dividend on £500 at 3! ~ Cent Rec d last Midsummer ditto

Reed last Xiiias ditto Also last Midsumr ditto reduced from 31 to 3 ~ Cent .. Recd £7 : 10 : 0 for last Xmas dividend on £500 at 3 ~ ct

£ S D 211 .5 01 8 15 0 8 15 0 8 15 0 7 10 0

7 10 0

[figures altered] 252 10 01 106

cr

1755

J.B.

Feb.

Brat over Paid £2 to Mr Savage for his care of Mr HS books due 3l. Vito ..

£ S D 195.8 41 2.0 0

* John Milner, Senr., at Avon and Sopley, 1753-7. Admitted Lisbon 12 Dec. 1746, ordained 31 May 1749, left for the Mission 28 Jan. 1750; Chaplain to the Montagues at Cowdray, 1757-58 (C.R.S., i, 250-1); died in London 30 July 1782.


56

HAMPSH1Im CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Apr

6

Augt 1756 Feb.

Also £6 : I : 0 to Mr Martin for attendance near Longwood, &c one year due at date .. Paid £6 : 6 : 0 to Mr Savage on account of his house being unlet from 2d June 1754 to ditto 1755 Paid £2 to ditto Ml' Hs books due 31st Vito Also £1 : II : 6 for reduction of interest Also £6 : I : 0 to Mr Martin .. Allowed MI' Savage a bill of repairs amounting to .. Also £1 : II : 6 Reduction &c .. N .B. M1' Biddulph retook ye House this month [interlined] Also £1 I 0 house unlet &c

April Aug. 20 1757 Feb.

Also £2 : 0 : 0 Mr H's books ..

[Pp. 107 1757

1758 FebY Augt

6.1

0

6.6

0

2 .0 0 1 11 6.1

5.9 1 1 11 6 1 .1

0

2 .0

0

229 .9 5 107 J.B. Dr to R.Hs Fund

Also last xmas ditto Also last Midsumr ditto

£

S D

252 10

7 10 0

7 10 0

1758 FebY

O!

Cr £ S D Brat over 229 .9 5! [sic] Paid £3 : 3 : 0 to Mr Savage in consideration of Interest being reduced from 3 .3 0 31 to 3 ~ Ct Also £6 : 1 : 0 to Mr Martin due 5 th lnst. 6 .1 0 for attendance as before Also £2 to lVIr Beaumont. for helping at Ropley, Bramdean, &c during Sr Henry Tichborne's absence from Tichborne, 2 .0 0 ne year

J.B.

FebrY Apr.

°i

7 10 0

275 .0 108

1757

6 0

and 108]

Brat over Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 for last Midsummer dividend on £500 at 3 ~ c t

August

.Ie

7

Also £2 : 0 : 0 for Mr H's books a year due 31 st VIt. O.S.

2 .0 0

* John Baptist Beaumont, O.S.F., eldest son of Jose'ph Beaumont and Hannah Beaumont, of Stone-Easton, Somerset. Guardian, Bristol, from 3 May 1734; for six years at least, beLore the winter of 1745, chal>lain at Tor Abbey; died at DO\.lay, 177:1 (see Oliver, Collections, pp. 239-40).


57

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Mar.

April

3.3 0 Also £3 : 3 : 0 Reduction &c .. Also £3 : 3 : 0 to Mr Martin on account of his helping at or near Southampton from Advent 1755 3.3 0 Allowed 148 : 6 d extraordinary to Mr Savage for repairs 14 6 This fund's, & that of St Peter's House share in presents, &c. to this day, as 1748 Deer 25 .. See page 96 [figures altered] 10 11 250 .4 lOt

[PI'.

109 and 110] 109 1758 J.B. Dr to R.H's Fund Bret over

1759 FebrY

Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 for last Xmas dividend on £500 at 3 ~r Cent

£ S D 275 .0 0, 7 10 0 282 10

°i

Dr [sic] £ s Brot over 250 .4 Paid £6 : 1 ; 0 to Mr Martin for attendance near Longwood & elsewhere (as before) due 6th of April 1758 .. 6 .1 Paid £1 to Mr Savage for Mr Hs books t year due about last Midsr .. 1 .0 Paid £3 : 3 : 0 to Ditto on acco t for reduction of Interest to 3 ~ Ct 3 .3 Brought 2 articles (to ye amount of 58 : 7d ) from page 10, this being ~heir proper place 5 Paid £1 : I : 0 to MI' Barnwell for his attendance at & near Southampton in part of £2 : 2 : 0 ~ ann. &c as in Journal page I 1 .1 Postage (Mr Martin) I

D IO!

110

1758

August

25

1759 Feb.

*

J.B.

*

Paid £1 to N{l' Savage for Mr Hills' books due about last Xmas .Paid £2 : 13 : 6 to Mr Savage in lieu of what has been hitherto recd on his acco t of Mr Rd Martin, a bankrupt due at Lady Day 1758

1 .0

0 0 0 7

0 3

0

2 13 6 265 10

2t

In 1765 a Rev, Anthony Barnewall was one of four priests brought to trial in the Court of King's Bench at \J\Tesi-minster on jnformation given by the informer, 'William Payne (Burton, Life of Challone'l', ii, 9:,); a John Barnwell died at Kingsclifi, Lincolnshire, in 1782.


58

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

[pp. III and 112] 1759 Aug t 1760 FebrY

Augt

III J.B. Dr to R.Hs Fund Brot over Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 for last Mids1' dividend on £500 N.S. Sea Ann Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 for last Xmas dividend on ditto .. Recovered £1 : 10 : 1 on Mr Martins £66 : 17 : 111 reduced since his failing to £24 : 11 : I! brot from page 9 for a reason there mentioned for 2 yrs Interest .. Rec d £0 : 14 : 81 for last Midsl' and Xmas dividends £24 : 11 : I! brot from page 9 which see Rec d £7 : 10 for last Midsr dividend on on [sic] £500 112

£

S D 282 10 Of 7 10 0

7 10 0

1 10

1

7 10 0 307 .4 IO'i .~1

C1' £ S D Brot over 265 10 21 Feb. 20 Paid £5 to Ml' Jo. Martin for attendance &c near Longwood as before due at Lady day O.S ... 5 .0 0 Paid £2 : 13 : 6 to Ml' Savage in lieu of what has been formerly paid ab t Lady day by Mr Rd Martin on £66 : 17 : III at 4 ~ Cent & wo d have been due 27th Mar./59 O.S. 2 13 6 1760 Paid ditto for the year expiring at Lady day 1760 2 13 6 Also to ditto in consideration of several uncommon repairs during 1759 2.2 0 Septr Also £4 : 4 : 0 to Mr Barnwell in the New forrest* for 2 years attendance at Soutliton due [25th of FebrY 1761 written over an erasure] 4.4 0 Also £3 : 3 : 0 to Mr Savage for reduction of Interest to 3 from 4 ~ Cent 3 .3 0 Also £1 to do for Mr Bills's books .., 1 .0 0 Paid £1 : 8 : 91 to Mr John Martin for the use of Mr Hickins, due at Lady day 1760 for Longwood as before the remaining £3 : II : 2! being my own free gift to end disputes with the former 1 .8 91 1759

J.B.

* Sopley.

,Rev. Joseph Hickins, O.S.F., died Douay 1772/3.

287 15

0

1


59

liAMPSHIRE ClERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

EPp.

113 and 114J 1761 J.B. Dr to R.Hs fund

Feb Augt 1762 Feb.

£ s D 307 .4 10

B.O.

Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for last Xmas dividend on £500 N .S.S. Ann. .. Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for last Midst' ditto Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for last Xmas ditto

7 10 0 0

7 10

7 10 0

----

329 14 10 £ s D B.O 287 15 0 Feb. Paid £1 : 0 : 0 to Ml' Savage for Ml' Hills's . books I .0 0 Also £5 : 5 : 0 to ditto in consideration of several uncommo.n repairs sinee .. 5 .5 0 Also £1 : 18 : 10 in lieu of and in full for what was formerly paid &.bout See p. 9-10 Lady-day by Ml' Rd Martin &c as p 112 1 18 10 May Also £10 to Ml' Hickins for attendance &c See p. 1 near Longwood in the room of Mr John [blot] Martin, due the 7th of April 1761 .. 10 .0 0 Augt To Ml' Savage for books as above 1 .0 0 To Ml' Barnwell in full of all demands as by his receipt Augt 11/61 to the 25 th Inst 2 .2 0 Oct. 20 To Ml' Hickins for attendance as above to IVIicl'imas 1761 2 10 0 1762 To Ml' Savage for Ml' Hills's books due FebY about this time I .0 0 Also £2 : 13 : 6 in lieu of the interest See p 112 usually paid by Ml' Martin till he failed 2 13 6 due about 5 April 1762 1761

114

315 .4 4

[pp. 115 and 116J 1762

J.B. Debtr to R.HS Fund

Aug t

Reed on Reed on

1763 Feb.

£

S D

B.O. 329 14 10

£7 : 10 : 0 for last Midsr dividend £500 N.S.S. Ann .. £7 : 10 : 0 for last Xmas dividend ditto ..

7 10

0

7 10 0 344 14 10

116 1762

J.B.

el' £ s D B.O. 315 .4 4

Augt 20 To Ml' Savage for Ml' Hills's books 6 mon~s salary due abou~ ~his ~ime ..

1 .0 0


HAMPSH~RE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

60

Paid £6 : 6 : 0 to Ditto for this and the last year for reduction of Interest as p. 112 Allowed him a small bill of repairs Also £1 : 13 : 8 for 4 month's attendance near Longwood in ye room of Mr Hickins due at Lady day 1762 Nov. 20 Allowed £5 : 0 : 0 to Mr Kendall* for his attendance at Brockhampton in Mr Tho s Talbots place on his going abroad (Superiorum consensu) 1763 Paid 205 to Mr Savage for Mr Hills' books Feb. To ditto £5 : 0 : 0 for his attendance [at scored, near above] Longwood in ye room of Mr Hickins, due at [word scored, Lady day above] 1763

[Pp. 117 1763 Augt 11

and lI8J

J.B. Dr to R.Hs Fund B.O Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for last Midsl' dividend on £500 N.S.S. Ann.

6.6

0

{) 0 1 13 8

5 .0

0

1 .0 0

5 .0

0

335.9

0

£ S D 344 14 10 7 10 0

1764

Feb. Augt 1765 Feb.

Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for Do due at Xmas .. Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for do due at Midst' Reed £7 : 10 : 0 for do due at Xmas

7 10 0 7 10 0

7 10 0 374 14 10

118

1763 Augt

J.B.

B.O.

£ S D 335 .9 0

Paid £1 10 Mr Savage for Mr Hills's 1 .0 0 books due this month Paid £3 : 3 : 0 to ditto for reduction of [sic] Interest for this year .. 3 .3 0 1764 Paid £1 to Mr Savage for books &c 1 .0 0 Feb. Paid £5 to ditto for attendance near Longwood &c due at Lady day 1764 5 .0 0 Paid £2 : 10 to Mr Nolan for ditto near 2]0 0 Portsmouth' Paid £7 : 6 : 2! to Ml' Savage for fitting up his house for a new Tenant viz. Mrs Wells of Bramhrige [sic] as ;{i' bills returned Mr Savage 7 . . (j 2t 1. .0 0 Paid £1 to do for Mr Hills books Aug' Also £2 : 2 : 0 for his house being un-let See 2 .2 0 for 4 months or thereab ts p. 106 * Rev . l(ic11ard I(eudal. See C.R.S., :xlii. 7 sqq. If I.e. Gosport. 11


61

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUKD RULES A. tD LEDGER

Oct r

*

Paid £2 : 10 to Mr Talbot for Mr Nolan in full for six months due at Mictimas 1764 To Mr Savage for books To do £5 for attendance near Longwood due at Lady day 1765

16

1765 Feb.

2 10 0 1 .0 0 5 .0 0

367 .0 2t

[Pp.

119 and 120] 1765 J.B. dr to R.Hs Fund

£ S D B.O 374 14 10

Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 last Midsumr dividend on £500 N.S.S. Ann. .. Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 last Xmas ditto

Aug t 1766

Feb.

7 10 0 7 10 0 389 14 10

120

J.B.

1765

March 27 April

22

Aug. 1766 Feb.

March

Cr

B.O 367 .0

Paid £2 : 10 : 0 to Bp Talbot for Mr Nolan in full for 6 months due abt Lady day Omitted to charge £2 : 13 : 6 l?r an. to this account since February 1762 allowed Mr Savage in lieu of Interest paid by Mr Rich d Martin till he failed, and paid him annually as appears by my yearly account with him in ye bill book Paid £1 to Mr Savage for Mr Hills books due at or ab t Midsr /65 Paid £5 to ditto for attendance &c due at Lady 1766 .. Paid £2 : 10 : 0 to Mr Talbot &c due last Michmas Paid £1 for books &c due in Jan. {65 .. Paid £2 : 10 to Mr Talbot, as above, due at Lady day 1766 Paid £1 : 1 : 0 to Ditto for Mr Nolan aforesaid for attendance at Southampton in ye room of Mr Flanogan, Deceased

* Bishop District.

2l

2 10 0

8 .0 6

1 .0 0 5 •.••

2 10 0 1 .0 0

2 10

0

1 :1

0

390 11 8t James Talbot, Coadjutor to Bishop Cllill1oner. V. A. London

.y. The Rev. Mr. Flanagan was burnt to death when the Presbytery at Sopley was burnt down in December 1765. Either he had received no salary for his work, or else Mr. Betts forgot to enter it.


62

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

[Pp. 121 and 122J

J

1766 Augt 1767 Feb.

B Dr to R.H.s Fund

B.O. Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 last Midsumr dividend on £500 New Ann. Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 last Xmas dividend on ditto

£

S D

389 14 10

7 10

0

7 10 0 404 14 10

1766 March

Augt

1767 Feb.

122 J.B. [Dr alt.pred to Cr] B.O. Allowed £4 : 14 : 6 to Mr Savage on account of his house being unlet To ditto £2 : 13 : 6 in lieu of Martins interest due about Lady-day 1766 .. To ditto £1 for books &c due in July 1766 To Mr Talbot £1 : 5 : 0 for Mr Jas Nolan who succeeded Mr Savage at Winton about Midsummer 1766 in full for Gosport &c .. .~ To Mr Savage for Longwood April, May, June & July To ditto £3 . 3 . 0 on account of House being unlet to the time of his quitting St Peters House To Mr Nolan £3 : 6 : 8 for Longwood 8 months due ab t Lady day 1767 For books as above

[Pp. 123 and 1767 Aug t 1768 Feb.

£ S D 390 11 .8l 4 14 6

2 13. 6 1 ....

1 5

1 13 4 3 .3

3.6 8 1 409 .7

124]

J .B.

Dr to R.He Fund

B.O. Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 last Midsr dividend on £500 New Ann.. Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 last Xmas dividend on ditto Rec d £7 : 10 : 0 due at Midsl'

8l

£ S D 404 14 10 7 10

0

7 10 .. 7 10 ..

423 .4 10 1767 April 20

124 J.B. [D}' altered to C1'] B.O. Allowed Mr Savage in consideration of a former repair, & this in full of all demands as . ~ . receipt

£ S D

409.7

81

I .1 0


63

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Augt 1768 Feb.

Carried to my account with S. Peters house for books Ditto due at Xmas To Mr Nolan for Longwood ats Waltham Congregation attended due at Lady day 1768 Carried to acco t afores d for books [in pencil 417: 8: 8! 419 : 14 10

*

July

6.

[po 125] 1769 Feb" 14 Aug t 1770 Febr.

.1 1

5 1

Gilding a patten .. 2: 6: 2tJ 6 6 Journey to Winton & stay 8 days there .to inspect & take Estimates of repairs wanted at st Peter's house 2 6 For books as before 1 For one years Interest due at Midsummer or thereabouts for £100 Lent towards the Repairs of st Peter's House Winton 3 . . . . [in pencil Lent 50£ more (word - - - - indecipherable) at dO] 425.1 2! J .B. Dr to R.HB Fund B.O. 423 .4 10 Rec d £7 : 10 last Xmas dividend OIl £~OO N. Ann 7 10 .. [in pencil 438 : 04 : 10J Rec d £7 : 10 due at Midsr 7 10 ..

*

Received £7 : 10 : 0 due at Xmas

7 10 ..

[In the Very Rev. P. Browne's hand] Mr Betts Dr - - 445 14 10 Cred - - 444 9 2! Balance 1 5 -7! [The Credit account on the opposite page has been cut out, but from the Very Rev. Peter Browne's figures above it is clear that £19. 8. 0 was expended.] [End of this Account.] [In M1'. Joseph Gillow's hand] The Rev. John Philip Betts, the treasurer of the foregoing Funds died at Gray's Inn, where he resided, March 28th , 1770. He held the titular dignity in the Chapter of Archdeacon of London & Middlesex. He had the care of the Clergy Library, which was located in Gray's Inn. He was a quaint queer old chap," said Mr. Wm. Sheldon, of Gray's Inn, who added that" he sometimes J. G~ow plagued him with questions." H

* In the same hand as the pencilled accounts on p. [159] infra, p. 82


61

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

[The next ten pages have been cut o1tt, or torn out. The next page is numbered, in pencil, 126. Pages 126 to 138 blank. ] [Page 139 contains a contin'uation of the Very Rev. Browne's accmmts. Th e accounts begin on p. 221.J [Pp. 221 and 222J 1770 Ml' Browne to the Hant. [Winton & Havant above] Funds Dr S Aug s' To seven pounds three shilgs & 5 d reed for half years Interest of £478 lOs - 0 in the New S.S. Annuities due 24th June 1770 7 3 To two pdS one shilg3 d rec d ofMr Walton* for Hills Fund from Paris 2 1 Deer 24 To twenty two pdS twelve shilgs & 41 d recd of Mr Maire Executor to Mr Betts being half years Interest of £1508 : 16s : 7id in different Bonds for that sum lent to diverse Persons due last midsummer 22 12 24 To two pdB reed of Mr Maire being half years Interest on Mr Betts's Bond to the Honb1e Tho s Talbot ~ for the use of the Hants Fund due 28th last Augst 2 1771 Febry 19 To fifteen pdS half years Dividend on £1000 lent to Mr N. Tuite due last Xtmass; the Capital is since replaced in the N .S.S. 15 0

Carried over

48 17

P.

D

5 3

41 -

0

O£ 222

1770 PI Contra .. .. Credr Oct! 11 til Paid to Mr Nolan for the Poor of Winton their half years allowance due last Midsummer

£ S D

583

1771 Febry 5 th Paid Mr Nolan twenty pounds for his years Salary due at Xtmass 1770 Paid to Ditto for the Poor the half years allowance due at Xtmass 1770 Paid to Ditto for Burials Paid to ditto for the six Priests Paid the Bricklayers Bill Paid the Carpenters Bill

20

0 0

583

o 10 3

7

3 10

338 1 18

3

* Query: William Walton, friend and secretary of Bishop Cpalloner; consecrated Bishop of TrQcilonitis 1770, Coadj. to Bp. Petre, V.A. Northern District; succeeded as V.A. Northern District 1775; died 26 Feb. 1780, aged 74. See Canon E. H. Burton, Life of Bishop Chal1oner. ,. Bishop Thomas Talbot.


65

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGEH.

Paid to Mr Nolan four guineas by mistake for the care of the Library which I found afterwards to be included in the £20 for his salary..

223

0

and 224]

1771 FebTY 9

P. Browne to Rants Funds Dr Brought over To the Xtmass Dividend on £478 : lOS: 0 in the New S.S. Annuities April 11 To seven pounds twelve shillings & seven pene [sic] t reed of Mr Maire Executor to Mr Betts being half years interest due last Xtmass of £508 : 168 : gd lent to diverse persons by Mr Betts June 6 th To one hundred & three pounds reed of Mr Betts's Executor in full for Principal & Interest of Mr Betts's Bond for £100 being Mr Betts's donation to the Rants Fund July 2d Rec d of Mr Sheppard one pd for the Widow Chamberlain .. Augst 8 To Midsummer Dividend on £1578 lOs in the New South S. Annuities

*

Carried over 1771 pr Contra .. Credr April Brought over 16 Paid to Mr Cornthwaite, four pounds thirteen shillings & 7 d on account of Ravant due last Lady day .. 18 Paid to Ditto one pd ten shilgs & 8el on account of Rants Fund 18 Paid to Mr Tommins~ two pdS fifteen shillings [& 8 d scored] on account of Rants Fund 18 Paid to Bp Challoner seventeen shillings & 7d being part of what is reed from Paris jointly with the Interest of the £60 in Paris Rents belonging to the Rants Fund

* Apparently a mistake.

£1,506 16s. 8d. is meant. Brockhampton. ~ Rev. Robert Tommins. See C.R.S., xlii, 11.

+Priest at E

4

£43 16 10

Carried over

[Pp.

4

£ S D 48 17

01

735

7 12 7!

103

0

0

1

0

0

23 13

5

----191

6

61

224 £ S D 43 16 10 4 13

7

1 10

8

2 15 [8

scored]

o 17

7


66

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

June 8th Paid eighty six pounds seven shilgs & 6d for the purchase of £100 in the New S. Sea Annuities for the Hants Fund & two shillings & six pence for Brockage Septr 24 Paid Mr Nolan ten pdS being half years salary due at Midsummer Paid ditto for the six priests .. To ditto for Winton poor To ditto for Widow Chamberlain To ditto for Longwood &c due last Lady Day

86 10 0 10 o 3 3 5 8 1 0

0 10 3 0

5 0 0

164 15 9 Carried over 225 and 226] 1771 P. Browne to Hampshire Dr £ S D 191 6 61 Brought over Octr 22 d To one pd rec d for the widow Chamberlain 1 0 0 25 To two pdS one shilg & 9d rec d of Mr Howard pr Mr Lindow~ for Hills 2 1 9 Fund from Paris 1772 Feb1'Y 13 To Xtmass Dividend on £1724 : 3s : 3d 25 17 3 in New S.S. Annuities March 21 st To thirteen pdS nine shilgs rec d of Mich: Blount Esqr Executor of Mr Betts being all the Interest due on £508 : 16 : 7 which is now all replaced in the New S.S. An. .. 13 9 0

rpp.

*

233 14

61 226

Pr Contra .. Credr Brought over 8th Paid twenty one pounds for the purchase of £25 Stock in the New S. Sea Annuities for the Hants Fund & IS for 1772 Brokage Febry 21 Paid Mr Nolan ten pdS being half a year's salary due last Xtmass and one [pd 5S : 5d left unpaid the last payment by mistake interlined] Paid to ditto half year for the poor due ditto To Ditto for Longwood due next Lady Day 1771 Octr

£ S D

164 15 9

21

1 0

[10 0 0 altered to II 5 5J

583 500

* Rev. Charles Howard, D.D., Superior of St.. Gregory's College, Paris. See C.R.S., xix, 132n. ~

Rev. John Lindow.


67

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

May

To Ditto for Burials Paid to ditto for the Widow Chamberlain 6 Paid to Mr Tommins for fulfilling the obligations of Shorts Fund two years .. 7 Paid to Messrs Cornthwaite & Tommins their yearly Dividends of the Hants Fund Paid Mr Cornthwaite a years Dividend of the Havant Fund .. 8 Paid Bp Challoner seventeen shilgs & 7d being part of what is reed from the Paris rents

EPP.

o 10 I

7 0 0

o II

6

6 12

9

2

9!

6

o 1'7

7

-----

227 and 228] 219 9 7t 1772 P. Browne to Hampshire including all the Funds of May that County Dr £ S D Brought over 233 14 61 To one pd reed of Mr Sheppard for the Widow Chamberlain due last Lady Day 1 0 0 Augst 8 To MidsummerDividendon£2112 : 68 : 4 d New S. Sea Annuities 31 13 8 Octr 21 To two pdS one shilling & 10d reed of Mr Howard at Paris pr Mr Lindow for 1773 Hills's Fund 2 1 10 Febl'J 9 To Xtmass Dividend on £2112 : 6 : 4 in New S. Sea Annties [sic] 31 13 8 March 25 To two pds reed of Mr Sheppard for the widow Chamberlain due this day 2 0 0 - - - -.302 3 81 Carried over 228 D Pr Contra .. .. Credr S £ 219 9 7t Brought over 7th Paid Mr Prescot his Dividend of the 1 17 4 Hants Fund Octr 13 Paid Mr Nolan half years salary due last Midsummer 10 0 0 5 8 3 Paid ditto for the poor due ditto Paid ditto for the six Priests .. 3 3 10 1 0 0 Paid ditto for the Widow Chamberlain Novr 9 Paid Bp Challoner seventeen shilgs & 7d 17 7 1773 part of what is reed from Paris March 17 Paid Mr Nolan half years salary due last 10 0 0 Xtmass .. Paid ditto for the Poor due ditto · 5 8 3 1 0 0 Paid Widow Chamberlain o 10 7 Paid for Burials .. 1772 May

*

* The Rev. Richard Prescott.

See C.R.S., xlii, 11.


68

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FU JD RULE

AND LEDGER

Paid Mr Nolan for Waltham & Longwood due next Lady Day ., 20 Paid Ml' Blount Executor to Mr Betts three years Interest due to Mr Betts on £150 Mr Betts lent for the repairs of S Peters House May 13 Paid Messrs Cornthwaite & Tommins their yearly Dividends

500

13 10

0

8 14

3

-----

[Pp. 229 and 230J 1773 May

Carried over

285 19

8n-

-----

Dr ., P. Browne to Hants Funds £ s D 302 3 8l.4 Brought over Augst 13 To Midsummer Dividends on New S. Sea 31 13 8 Anfities for £2112 : 6 : 4 Octr 19 To one pd reed of Mr Sheppard for the Wido'w Chamberlain due last lVIichmass 1 Nov r 5 To one pd eighteen shilgS & 11 d rec d of Dr Howard pr lVP' Lindow for Hills's Fund 1 18 11 Deer 8 Rec d of Mr Sheldon pr Mr Spearing three years Interest on Mrs Wells's Bond 1774 due 30th Jan ry 1773 .. 12 Feb1Y 11th To Xtmass Dvidend on £2112 : 68 : 4 d 31 13 8 New S. Sea Annuities 28tb Reed of Mr Spearing one year's Interest on Mrs Wells's Bond due 30th JanrY/74 4 0 0

----384

9 11~

Pr Contra .. .. Credr £ S 285 19 Brought over 13 Paid Mr Cornthwaite his yearly Dividend of the Havant Fund .. 2 6 Paid Mr Tommins his Dividend of [Hants scored] Shorts Fund 0 5 Septr 29th Paid Mr Nolan half years salary due last midsummer 10 0 Paid ditto 6 months poor money due ditto 5 8 Paid ditto for the six priests .. 3 3 1 0 Paid ditto for 'iVidow Chamberlain Octr 2 d Paid Mrs Kennedy her Bill of money laid out on aeet of st Peters House 21 12 Deer 14th Paid Mr Nolan half a years salary pr advance due at Xtmass 1773 10 0 Paid ditto for Waltham due Lady day next 5 0 1773 May

230 D

8·! 9 9

0 3

10 0 3t 0 0


HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDG~1{

Paid ditto half years poor money Paid ditto for Widow Chamberlain Journey to Winton & stay there to recover the Interest due on Mrs Wells's Bond & to examine & settle the d;.sputes between the Incumbent & Mrs Kennedy the House Keeper of St Peters ..

69 5 8 3 1 0 0

3

9

0

354 13 10

[Pp.

231 and 232] 1774 P. Browne to Hants Funds Augst Brought over

Dr

£ S D To Midsummer Dividends on 2112 : 6 : 4 N. S. Sea Annuities Octr 18 Rec d of Dr Howard pr Mr Lindow for Hills's Fund Novr 4th Rec d of Mr Sheppard for the Widow Chamberlain for one year due last 1775 Michmass Jan1'Y 16 Rec d of Mich: Blount Esqr Executor to the late Mr John Betts [the Balance of scored] all that remained due to the different Hants Funds from the late Mr John Betts as appeared by the Balance of his acc ts Febry 9 To Xtmass Dividends on £2112 : 6 : 4 New S. Sea Annuities

£

S D

384 9 II!

20

31 13

8

2

0

0

2

0

0

35

4

3

31 13 8

487 1

£

61 232

1774 Pr Contra .. Credr •• S D FebfY 354 13 10 Brought over 15 Paid Mr Challoner his part of what is o 16 7 recd from Paris April 28 Paid :Messrs Tommins & Cornthwaite their 7 19 10 yearly Dividends of the Hants Fund Paid Mr Cornthwaite his yearly Dividend 269 of the Ravant Fund .. Paid Mr Tommins for Shorts Fund 059 Septf 16 Paid Mr Nolan half years salary due last 10 Midsummer 583 To ditto half years poor money 100 To ditto for Widow Chamberlain 3 0 10 To ditto for the six Priests Decr 27 Paid Mrs Kennedy her Bill of Disbursements on acc t of the Taxes of Peter House 9 0 II!


HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND Ll£DGE~

70

Paid . ditto the Tradesmens Bills for Repairs at Peter House 28th Paid Mr Blount Executor to the late Mr John Betts all Interest due to this day on £150 lent by the said Mr Betts for the . repairs of Peter House

6 11

5

6

5

9

410 10

r.pp.

233 and 234] P. Browne to Hants Funds Dr 1775 June Brought over 5 Rec d of Bp Talbot towards the repairs of Peter House Augst 14th Rec d of Mr Sheppard for the vVidow Chamberlain due last Lady day

£ 487

S D 1 6!

5

5

0

1

0

0

31 13 4 0 2 0

8 0 8

£ S

D 18 To Midsummer Dividend on 2112 : 6 : 4 New S.S. Annuities Septr 7 To one year's Interest of Mrs Wells's Bond Novr 4 Rec d of Dr Howard for Hills's Fund

71

531

o lOt

234 Pr Contra .. Credr £ S D 410 10 71 Brought over Paid Mr Challoner his part of what is recd from Paris 17 6 11th Paid Messrs Tommins & Cornthwaite their yearly Dividends for Hants, Havant &c . 8 8 1-2 13 Paid Mr Nolan his half years salary due 10 last Xtmass Paid ditto for attendance at Upham a year & for burials 5 10 7 Paid ditto for Poor & Chamberlain 6 8 3· Paid ditto for the repairs of Peter House on account 28 1 2 Paid ditto the remainder due on acct of 3 16 6 Repairs of ditto 21 Paid Mr Tommins his expences for journeys & attending at Peter House 330 To my several journeys to & from Winton [altered to on acc t of Mr Nolans Illness .. 4 8 OJ 18 Paid Mr Nolan half years salary 10 Paid ditto for Poor & Chamberlain 683 To ditto for the 6 Priests .. 3 0 10 23 d To Smiths & Glaziers Bills 1 13 0 29 Paid Mr Challoner his Part from Paris - 17 0

1775

May June

July

Aug st Septr N ovr

[503 altered from 501

2 91 0 91]


7f

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

[Pp. -235 and 236] 1776 Febry 9 ' 20 June 18 Augst 14 Nov r 15 19 1777 Febry 8 17

£

P. Browne to Hants Funds Dr S D Brought over 531 0 lOt To Xtmass Dvdends on £2[2 altered [blot 13 8 to 1]12 : 65 : 4 d New S. Sea Anties scored] 31 13 8 - To one pd reed for the widow Chamberlain due last Miehmass 1 To one pd reed for Chamberlain due last Lady day 1 -To Midsummer Dvdends on £2212 [sic]: 6s : 4 d New S. Sea Annuities .. [33 3 8 altered from 31 13 8] Ree~ of Dr Howard for Hills's Fund .. 2 0 4 Reed of Mr Sheppard for Chamberlain due last Michmass .. 1 0 0 To Xtmass Dvdend on £2212 : 68 : 4 d 33 3 0 N. S. Sea. To two years Interest on Mr8 Wells's Bond due 30th J anry /77 8 0 0 Reed at the same time the Principal of 100 - the said Bond .. Total Reed Total pd

742 664

Balance 1776 May

Pr Contra Brought over

£.77

Credr

8 To Taxes &-Rates of Peter House To the Carpenters Bill for mending &e in the House & Chapel To the Upholster's Bill for Bedding & furniture in the New Room .. 9 Paid to Mr Tommins half a years salary £10. To ditto for Upham £5 for Burials lOS 6 d To To the Poor of Winton £5.88 3 d Chamberlain [letters scored] due last Lady day £2 Paid Mr Tommins for Shorts Fund Paid Messrs Comthwaite Tommins & Marlin Augst 7 Paid Mr Nolan half a years salary due last Midsummer Paid di~to for Poor & Chamberlain

..

1 6! 3 6 8 [sic]

°t

236 £ S D [503 2 91 figures altered 9 15 6 2 10

6 91] 7

0

15 10

6

7

8 3 5 9

7

5

8

10 6

8

3


72

HAMP itltm CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

Paid ditto for the 6 Priests Paid for some repairs in the Parlour .. Paid 1\1r Challoner his part from Paris

Nov 16 1777 Febry 15 Paid Mr Fryer pr Ml' Dunn for Yeovil* 20 Paid for the purchase of £100 N. S. Sea

3 - 10 180 - 17 0 300 78 17 6 [659 13

March 3 d Paid Mr Moody's Bill the Carpenter £4 : 10 : 6

. 664

[At the bottom oj the page, writing upside down, J.B. Dr to S. Peters House] [Pp. 237 and 238; leaf torn out between them] 1777 Peter Browne to Hants Funds Dr March Brought over the Balance Augst 13 To Midsummer Dvdends on £2212 6S - 4 d New S. Sea Annuities .. Octr 15 Rec d from Dr Howard for Hills fund .. 1778 Febry II

To Xtmass Dividends on £2212 - 68 New S. Sea Annuities

-

0

scored] 4 10 6 3

6

£

S D

77

8

O-~

33 2

3 1

8 7

33

3· 8

4d 145 16 lIt 106 2 8

Balance ..

39 14 3t

These Accounts balanced & carried to the middle of this Book where aNew Account is begun Pr Contra 238 1777 .. Credr £-S-D [1777 scored] :lVIarch 2 Paid Mr Nolan his Bill for half a year 20. 19 6 April 17 Paid Messrs Tommins, Cornthwaite & Martin 8-13-7~Paid Mr Cornthwaite for Havant 2 - 6-8·~ Paid Mr Tommins for Shorts Fund 0- 5-3 May I4tll Paid Mrs Kennedy the amount of the different Trademens Bills for repairs 4 : 17 : 1 Paid Ditto for the different Taxes 6 : 13 : Ii June 20th To the expences of my different journeys to \\.7inton on acct of the repairs of 4: 4: 0 Peter House & Chapel To an Altar Piece 1-14:-0 1- 4-0 To New Altar Cards To New Antipendium 2 -12 - 6

* Evidently entered by mistake in the Hampshire Ledger.


73

HAMPSHIRE CLEHGY FUND RULES AND lEDGER

To a Holy \Vater Pot

..

Paid Ml' Nolan half a years salary To ditto for the 6 Priests To ditto for half a year for the Poor

0- 8-0 [sic] 6 10 - 0 - 0 3- 3-0 5- 8-3

1778

0-17-7 Paid Mr Challoner his part from Paris 2- 6-8! 27 Paid Mr Cornthwaite for Havant May 2[7 Paid Mr Tommins the yearly Dividends for himself & Rants Brethren 8 : 13 : over 6J [7 over IO]! & also Short's 58 - 9d •• 8 -19-4t 21- 0- 0 Feb!Y 28 Paid Mr Nolan his half year &c

Feb!!'

[Po 239, the last in the book, blank.J lOG - 2 [Pp. 139 and 140J P. Browne to the general Accounts of Dr Halnpshires, Ravant & Winton P. 1778 House Funds June To Balance brought from the end of this Book 39 14 To the sale of one hundred pounds Stock in the New S. Sea Annuities at 61 Augst 17 To Midsummer Dividend of £2112 - 68 - 4 d New S. Sea Annuities 31 13 1779 Feb!1 9 To Xtmass Dvidend on £2112 - 6 6 - 4 d New S. Sea Annuities 31 13 27 Rec d from Paris pr Mr Lindow for Hills's I 19 Fund [In another hand: 166 0 See p. 237. and p. 221 for beginning of this account.] Pr Contra .. Credr •• Paid the Bricklayers Bill for repairs at Peter House & Chapel Paid the Painters Bill .. Paid the Carpenters Bill for repairs .. Paid Plumbers Bill Paid Glaziers Bill Paid Mrs Kennedy for Taxes & other small Bills, for repairs Paid Mr Nolan some Bills for repairs Augst 4 Paid Mr Nolan half a years salary Paid ditto -for the 6 Priests Paid ditto for the Poor 1779 Paid Mr Challoner his share of Hills fund Feb1'Y from Paris March 16 Paid Mr Nolan half a years salary

1778 June 3

8t

3!

8 8

7! 140

£ S D 48 2 756

27

9 Ol-

IO 12 2 3 18 4 6 12

10~

7 1 It

10 0 0 330

583 - 17 0 10 -

-


74

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

pd ditto for repairs of furniture pd ditto for Taxes, Modus* &c pd ditto for Burials lIS Winton poor £5 - 88 - 3d pd ditto for Upham Longwood &c

5 17

5l

429

5 19 3 '5

0

0

161 ~8 6 [pp, 141 and 142] 1779 P. Browne to Hampshire, Winton & Havant Dr April .£ S D Brought over 166 0 7l Augst 13 To Midsummer Dividends on £2112 - 68 4d in the 3 pr Cent Cons: 31 13 8 Decr 8 Rec d from Paris pr Mr Lindow for Hills Fund 1 19 4 199 13

1779 April

Augst

Octr

Pr Contra Brought over Allowed Mr Nolan for fire in the sacristy to keep it dry " 28 Paid Messrs Martin Cornthwaite & Tommins their yearly Dvidends " Paid Mr Tommins Shorts Fund pd Mr Cornthwaite for Havant Paid BP Talbot the half years salary Due 21 to Mr Nolan deceased To ditto for the Poors half year To Ditto for the 6 Priests 15 pd Mr Meader for Land & Window Tax pd ditto for Modus 5S, for Poor's Rates £1 - 48 , , ' . pd the Upholsterer for some necessary Household Goods for Peter-House pd Mr Lindow for his journeys to & from Winton · .. . To my own journeys & . Mr Milner's To Foxhall the Gilder & Carver [To the Goldsmith . . . . . scored] allowed Mr Walsh § one qrs Salary

£ S D 161 tI:8 6 I

3 10

8 12

2

0 5 9 6 8l

10 5 8 3 3 3 0 2 3 3 1

9

0

6

2

9

2 14 2 19 0 10 10 0

5 223

* Modus's paving rates.

7l

6

Ol

,A transparent blot showing a figure l' underneath. The total on the next page shows that the '1' is meant to be scored. =A blot precedes the' 8'-apparently 18' changed to '8: § Rev. Thomas Walsh. See C.R.S., xlii, 12. f

f


lIAMPsltIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

75 .

[Pp. 143 and 144J 1780

P. Browne to Hants, Winton & Havant ' Dr ,£ S D J anry Brought over 1~9 13 71 22 d To Xtmass , Dividend on £2111 : 68 & ' 31 13 8 7<1 [sic]. in ' the 3 pr Cent Consol To a Benefaction from [? Tr. Tr.J for ' 12 12 0 ' repairing Peter House & chapel Augst 17 'To Midsummer Dividend on £2111 : 6B : 7 d in the 3 pr Cent Consol: 31 13 8 r Nov 7 Recd from Paris pr Mr Lindow for Hills's 1 19 10 Fund 1781 Febry 11 To Xtmass Dividend on £2111 : 68 : 7d in the 3 pr Cent Consol .. . . . 31 13 8 l\ug8t 17 To Midsummer Dividend on £2111 : 68 : 31 13 8 7d in 3 pr Cent Consol:341 0 It 144 1780 S D Pr Contra Credf £ 223 6 ot Brought over Janry 10 10 0 [Paid the Carver & Gilder scored; 606 For 6 Brass Candlesticks & Pots &c .. above] 7 16 6 , pd the Silversmith for the Remonstrance 5 - 3 d pd Mr Milner for one qfB salary .. , pd ditto for Poor £5 - 88 - 3 d, for Upham &c £2 - lOS &c .. 7 18 3 pd ditto for Burials 0 10 , 6' _ - 17 0 March pd Mr Challoner his share of Hills Fund [figures altered] April 20 pd Comthwaite & Martin their Dividend from Haiits & Ravent [sic] Funds 10 18 9 Sept! 23 pd Mr Millner [sic] half a years salary .. 10 - pd ditto £3 - 3B for the 6 Priests & 8 11 3 £5 - 85 - 3 d Poor Novr 23 pu Mr Meader for diverse Taxes & disbursements on acct of Peter-House. . 20 13 0 1781 J anry 12 pd Mf Milner for half years salary 10 500 pd ditto for Upham &c 583 pd ditto for the Poor o 10 6 for Burials pd Messrs Cornthwaite, & Martin their May 5 15 8 Dividend [of Rant or Short scored] .. 26 ' 8 pd Mr Cornthwaite his Havent [sic] Dvid o 17 0 pd Bp Talbot his share of Hills's Fund Priest at Gosport. 331 '9 i'Ol

*

*


76

lIAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND :RULES AND LEDGER

[Pp.

145 and 146J 1781 P. Browne to Rants, Winton & Havant Dr £ S D Septr Brought over 341 0 I! Reed of B Talbot for repairs 5 Deer 14 Reed from Paris for Hills Fund 2 1 0 1782 To Xtmass Dividend on £2111 : 6 S : 7 d FebTY 20 in 3 pr Cent 31 13 8

379 14 9! 146 Pr Contra .. Credr .. Brought over 12 pa Mr Meader his disbursements for diverse Taxes & Parish Rates To Carpenters Bill To Painters Bill .. To Plumbers Bill To Mrs Kennedy's Bill for former Taxes & expenees To a Braziers Bill To mending the Clock .. allowed Mr Milner for a Guard to Peter House during the Riots= allowed ditto for [Eaters scored] Easter offer: & Bellman To Mr Milner's half years Salary To Ditto for the Poor .. To the 6 Priests .. To Bricklayers Bill 1782 FebTY 7 pd }(Ir Milner his salary £10. Poor £5 83 3d Upham £5 Burials at s* James lOS - 6 d in all .. .. .. April 25 pd Mess1's Comthwaite J Martin & Milner their Dividends

1781

Septf

[pp.

£

mn

S D 9 lot

10 9 6 5 IS. 8

3 10 6 026 2

8

6~

. 0 19 0 036 050

080 10 0 0 550

330 17 5 8

20 18 9

6 11 4 418 S 3t

147 and 148J Dr 1782 P. Browne to Hants, Winton & Havant

£ S D Aug st Brought over 379 14 9i 8 To Midsummer Dividend on 2111 : 6 : 7 31 13 8 in 3 pr Cent 1783 FeblY 15 To Xtmass Dividend on Ditto 27 Reed from Paris for Hills's Fund

* Query: • 18' altered to • 8 ' ? .yc • 6' shillings altered to • 8' and the 'G' pence scored. =Query: During the Gordon Riots in the previous year?

31 13 8 204


HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RUI.ES AND LEDGER

Novr

To Midsummer Dividend on £2111 - 68 7<1 in 3 pr Cent

-

31 13

[Rec d from Paris for Hills's Fund scoredJ 476 16 These of Decr Total Total

77 8

Ii

accounts, set-tled to the 1st £ S D Paid 529 - 15 - 9! Reed 476 - 16 - Ii 1783

Balance due to me

£.52 - 19 - 8

148

1782

April

25

Dec

6

1783

Febry 19

Septl' 23 d May

Pr Contra .. Credr •• £ s D 418 8 3t Brought over 2 6 8 pd Mr Cornthwaite from the Havant Fund pd Ditto for his expenees to & at Winton to take an Inventory of Peter House on 1 1 the decease of Mr Nolan pd Bp Talbot his share of Hills' Fund .. - 17 0 pd Mr Milner half a years salary due last 10 - Midsummer 8 11 3 pel ditto for the 6 Priests & the Poor .. pd ditto for diverse tra.desmens Bills .. 9 8 4 pd Mr Milner the X tmass half years salary 10 - pd ditto for Upham Longwood &e 5 -- pd ditto for the Poor 5 8 3 o 10 6 For the Burials .. pel Mr Cornthwaite his due to the 18th Nov! 82 3 5 2 pd Bp Talbot his share of Hills's Fund - 17 0 pd Mr Milner half a year's salary due last 18 11 3 Midsummer & also for the Poor &c .. pd Messrs the Members of the Hants Fund 5 16 0 their Dividends 29 15 I pd Mr Meader for 2 years Taxes & repairs

529 15

[pp.

91

149 and 150J Dr . 1784 P. Browne to Haiits, Winton & Havant £ S D Feb1'Y 12 To Xtmass Dividend on £2111 - 68 - 7d 31 13 8 in 3 pr ct Cons 31 13 8 AugBt 14 To Midsummer Ditto on ditto .. 1 17 7 Oct! 20 Rec d from Paris for Hills's Fund 1785 Febr ), 17 To Xtmass Dividend on 2111 - 6 - 7 in

3 pr

ct ..

31 13 8

96 18 7


78

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

150

Pr Contra ;. Credr [DeeI' scored] PI' Balance due to me [another pd Mr Milner half a years Salary due erasureJ last Xtmass May 5 pd Ditto for Upham & Longwood &c pd ditto for the poor pd ditto for Burials pd ditto for the Painter pd [M scored] ditto for the Carpenters Bill pd ditto for Glazier & other various articles 6 pd 'the Members of the Rants' Fund their Dividend pd myself, for the obligations of Shorts Fundpd Mr Appleton his Dividend of the Ravant Fund .. Augst pd Mr -Milner half a years Salary due Midsum .. pd ditto for the 6 Priests £3 - 3 B • For the Poor £5 - 88 - 3d Septr 2 pd Mr · Meader for Taxes & Rates Octr 28 pd Bp Talbot his share of Rills Fund Deer ' 12 pd for Gold Lace for a Cope -at Peter1785 House April 21 pd Mr Milner for half a year due last Xtmass .. pd ditto for Upham Longwood &c pd ditto for the poor £5 - 88 - 3d. for Burials' lOs - 6 d pd the members of the Rants Fund pd Mr Appleton of the· Ravant Fund pd myself for Shorts Fund· 1784

*

[Pp.

£ S' D 52 19

8

10

-

-

5 -

-

5 8 - 10 3 1 1 17 2 8 5 15

3

6 9 2

3 6

1

8 9

1

3

4:

8 11

3

10

9 19 0

o 17 . 0 4

3

-

10 5

5 18 9 6 19 10 2 6 8 0 5 9 153

8 5

151 and 152J

1785 AugBt

P. Browne to Rants Winton & Ravant Funds Dr ,. Brought over 11 To Midsummer Dividend on 2111 : 6: 7 in 3 pr ct 3 To Rills Executors from Paris

Octr 1786 Feb1'Y Augst

31 13 1 16

8 9

To Xtmass Dividend on £2136 - 6 - 7 To Midsummer ditto on ditto ..

32 0 8 32 8

To Xtmass Dvidend on 2136 : 68

32 -

8

226 11

0

1787 Febry

S D 96 18 7

£

, • Priest at Brockhampton.

7


79

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

£ S D 294 - 2 - I 226 - II - 0

Paid Reed Balance

67 - II - I due to me P.B.

1785 Pr Contra Credr Augst Brought over 5 pd Ml' Milner his half year Salary, & also for the 6 Priests & Poor pd Mr Meader for a years Taxes & parish rates 1786 . May II til pd Milner his X tmass half year . pd Messrs Martin & Milner their Dividends of Hants Fund pd Mr Earle for Havant Fund pd myself for Shorts Fund pd Ml' Milner his half years salary Oet t To ditto for the 6 priests £3 - 3 8 for poor 5 : 8 : 3 1787 pd Mr Meader for Taxes & Parish rates March May 11 pd Mr Milner half a years Salary due last Xtmass .. pd ditto for Upham £5. Poor £5 - 8 8 - 3 d [Burials scored] Buri~s 108 - 6 d & repairs £3 - 138 - 4 d pd Messrs Martin Milner & Earl their Dividends for Hants & Havant & Short Funds

*

[Pp. 153 and I54J 1787 Augst

152 £ ·s D 153 8 5 18 11

3

.14 15

6

20 18

9

7 10

-

2 6 8 10

5

9

- -

8 11

3 ..

19 15

-

10 10 8 :1 4 3 10 13

7

5

294

2

1

P. Browne to Hants Funds [Brought scored] Reed for Hills's Fund from Paris To Midsummer Dividend on £2136 : 68 : 7d

£

To Xtmass ditto on ditto Reed for Hills Fund from Paris To Midsummer Dvidend on 2136' : 68

32

S D

1 17 32 0

8 8

0 1 17

32 0

8 8 8

32

8

1788 FeQry Augst 1789 Febry 9 Augst 1790 Janry

:

7d

To Xtmass Dividend on ditto .. Reed Midsummer Dvdend on £2136 : 68 : 7 d To Xtmass Dvdnd on £2136 - 68

* Priest at Brockhampton.

-

7d

0

32 0 $ 32

0

8

185 19

4


so

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES A. D LEDGEl<.

154

Pr Contra .. .. Credr Pr Balance due to me on setling [sic] acc ts pd Mr Milner his half year due last Midsummer £10. for the 6 Priests £3 - 3 S • Poor 5 : 8 : 3 .. allowed to ditto for repairing the organ 1788 April 16 pd Mr Milner half a year due last X tmass £10. For Upham £5. Poor & Burials £5 : 18s : 9 d pd ditto his Dividend for Hants Fund .. 1789 Jan1'Y 20 pd M1' Milner for one year due lastXtmass including Poor Upham &c pd ditto for all Taxes from March 1787 to Novr 24th /88 May 6 pd 1\1r Milner his Dividend of Hafits Fund pd Mr Southworth* for one year & a half of Ravant Fund due next Midsummer pd Mr Peterst pr Mr Walmsley~ his Dividend of Hants Fund .. Octf 20 pd Mr Milner half a year due last Midsummer £10 : six Priests £3 - 3 B• Poor £5 - 88 - 3 d 1787 NovI'

£

67 11

1

18 11 3 13

3 6

:!O 18 3 15

9 0

39 10 0 32 12 1 13

-

3 10

-

1

0

3

18 11

3

211

[Pp.

S D

8

6 9

155 and 156J 1790 P. Browne to Winton, Hants &c Funds Dr £ S D April Brought over 185 19 4 27 Rec d from Paris .. 1 13 5 Augst 13 To Midsummer Dividend on £2236 - 68 7 d in New South Sea Annuities 33 9 8 1791 JanfY 21 Rec d from Paris for Hills's Executors .. 1 12 10 To Xtmass Dvidend on £2236 : 66 : 7d New South Sea 33 9 8 Augst 9 To Midsummer Dividend on ditto 33 9 8 289 14 7 OetI' Rec d from Paris Hills Fund 1 10 1 291

1790 March

Pr Contra .. .. Credr Brought over pd to Mr Milner half year's salary poor &c due last X tmass ..

* Priest at Brockhampton.

£

211

4

8 156

S D 6 9

20 18

9

,Rev. Chas. Peters, at Tichborne.

=Rev. William Walmsley, O.S.B., at Brambridge.


81

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

16 2 2 Mr Meaders Bill for Taxes .. a Bill for repairs 3 10 April myself for 4 years of Shorts Fund 1328 to the Members of the Hants Fund 5 14 6 to Mr Southworth the Havant Fund 268 Novr lOth pa Mr Milner half a years salary £10, the poor £5 : 8 S : 3 d the 6 Priests £3 : 3s due last Midsummer & pd to ditto Mr} 29 6 7 Meaders Bill for Taxes £10 : 17S • 4 d 10 17 4 1791 janl'f 18 pd Mr Mihler half a years salary 10 - pd ditto for the poor 583 pd ditto for Upham &c 500 pd ditto for Burials .. o 10 6 May 18 pd myself for Shorts Fund 059 pd the Members of Hants Fund 890 pd Mr Southworth for Havant Fund .. 1 19 6 Aug S; 2 pd l\1.r Barnard. the Bp's share of Hills's Fund for 6 years past 520 To To pd pd pd

327 3 5 altered to

Balance due to [the Funds scored, me above]

[Pp. 157 and

158] 1792 P. Browne to Winton & Hants Funds Dr Janry 16th [To Balance

338 0 291 4

5 8

[35 18

9

scored] 46 15 9

£

S D 35 18 9

scored] To Xtmass Dividend on £2236 : 6B New S. Sea Annuities

:

7d

1792 Pr Contra .. Credr •• [179 scored] [Pd Mr Bernard scored] Pr Balance

Janry

33 9 8 33 9 8

£

158 S D

[altered to 46 15 9J 12

pd Mr Milner a years Salary due last Xtmass .. pd ditto for Upham &c £5, for the 6 Priests £3 : 3 8 for the poor £10 : 16B : 6 d, for burials lOS: 6cI due last Midsummer.. pd Mr Bernard [sic] the Bps share of Hills's fund

Vicar~General,

London District.

20 19 10 0 - 17

0

[altered to 87 2 9]


82

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER

33 9 [42 16

8 1

scored] Balance due to me

53 13

1

Hitherto I have kept all the Hampshire Funds & accounts together in one account book [or butJ finding that Peter House by the continual expences [of it aboveJ I have advanced beyond the Interest of its Fund is become a considerable Dr to me more than I can afford I begin in the next Leaf a separate acc t for Peter House alone, having balanced Peters House accounts separately from the other Funds I make Peter House Dr to me at least £145 : 178 : 7d March 1793 [Pp. 159 and 160J 1792 P. Browne to Peter House Winton Dr £ S D Janry 16 [To last Xtmass Dividend on £1773 : 13s : 6 d ,New South Sea Annuities 26 16 9 To half a years Interest on £1773 : 13s : 6d due last Xtmass

aU scored] 6 scored;

[53 13

26 16 9 above] July 19 To ditto due at Midsummer [Aug st 24 Rec d from Mr Lindow for Hills's Fund [1739 Augst 27 Janry all scored] 1793 To half a years Interest on 1773 : 13 : 6 d ry due last Xtmass .. Jan

26 16 9 10 7! all scored]

26 16 9

[In another hand, in pencil, very faint] 80 10 3 Paid by Mr B Taxes & repairs [& rates above] under} Mr Nolan from 1770 to 1779 279 . 6 . 2!} Under Mr M from 1780 to 1792 263 . 4 '. 5 542.10 ."7 Mr Browne rec d for taxes & repairS} £14 : 3 : 6 p an from 1770 to 1792 311: 17} viz 22 years 334. 19 . 23: 2 rec d donations 207.11. 7 1792 Janry F. 12

pr Contra .. Cred Brought over the Balance on setling the acc ts of Peter House alone .. [Pd Mr Milner a year due last Xtmass ..

£

160 S D

145 17 7 20 - all scored]


83

HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RULES AND LEDGER [O~1itte?

last years payment to mark

'tnte1,l1,nerlj

AugBt 27 Dec!'

7th

..

..

..

.. l I [39 10 0 scored]

[Pd ditto for Upham, the 6 Priests, Poor, I 19 10 0 burials I all cored] pd Mr Milner half a year for salary, Poor '- 39 10 0 & the 6 Priests due last Midsummer [figures in £ column altered] 18 11 3 To Bill for Taxes pd to Mr Meader 33 7 3

1793 Janry 18

pd Mr Milner his half years salary pd to ditto for Waltham Upham &c pd.to ditto for poor £5 : 88 ~ 3 d for burials 108 : 6 d .•

10 5 5 18

9

258 4 10 Peter Hous'e Dr to P Browne

80 10

3

177 14

7

[Sums by Rev. P. Browne] 177 - 14 - 7 145 - 17 - 7 31 - 17 - 0 7 - 0

1627 - 16 - 0 31 - 12 - 9

1596 -

3 - 3

112 - 3 - 0 80 - 10 - 3

[In the right-hand bottom corner in Mr. Joseph Gillow's hand] The Very Rev. Peter Browne, Dean of the Chapter, died May 31, 1794. He was a wretched accountant & his brother contrived to embezzle £3,000 J. Gillow.

31 - 12 - 9

[On a piece of paper affixed with wax to the inside back cover, in the Rev. J. P. Betts's hand, written sideways] 1760 Aug t

Returned for St Peters

Mr HS books R.S. Contribn Poor & Chambn Six pts for 1760 Hants fund 1 0 Reduction of Int. Burials overchargd

.. £5 : 17: 21 [5 altered to 6]

1: 5: 6: 3: 1 : 3:

0: 0: 8 : 3: 16: 3: 1:

0 0 3 10 0 0

91

26 : 10: 1


HAMPSHIRE CLERGY FUND RU~ES AND LEDGER

84

£104 : 10 : 7 whereof £60 belongs to Rants fund £44 : 10 : 7

is in trust for ye Bishop of this district [On the bottom half of the paper, written ac'ross the page '£n the usual manner] J.B. Dl' to Mr Savage Midsr Ditto Xmas S.P. (six priests of Rants S.P. house 5 : 17: 2t fund.) 5 : 17: 21 R.S. (Rich. Spencer *) 5: 0: 0 R.S. .. 5: 0: 0 Bks (Books*) 1: 0: 0 Bks . . . . 1: 0: 0 In lieu of Marts lnt [figures altered] 2 : 13: 6 Poor 5: 8: 3 Poor 5: 8: 3 Chamln (Widow Cham1: 0: 0 berlain *) 1: 0: 0 Chamb. Six pta 3: 3: 10 Burials 10: 7 Hants (Hants Fund *) [blank] ExtrY ExtrY .. .. .. [blank] [blank] Interest Reduced 3: 3: 0 [On the back of the piece of paper, a cancelled account in the Rev. J. P. Betts's hand] 1760 J.B. Dr to Mr Savage 1759 J.B. 0' Due to balance last from Xiiias 1758 to ditto 1759 acc t .• £1: 0: 0 S. Peters House 10 : 19 : 81 Mr Hills's books .. 2: 0: 0 Returned from R.S. .. 10: 0: 0 \Vorksop' .. 24: 0: 1 Mr Martins Iht &c 2 : 13 : 6 1760 alsolastFebruary 26 : 16 : 9 Poor . . 10 : 14 : 6 Do balance of Acco' 7 : 01 In Mayor June Widow Chamberlain 2: 0: 0 5 : 10 : 9i foR Six pts for 1759 .. 3: 0: 0 28: 6: I In August Their arrears 2 : 13 : 0 85 : 13 : 8! Reduction of Interest 3: 3: 0 56: 7: 6 Allowed for repairs 2: 2: 0 Poor ExtrY . . 6: 6: 0 29: 6: 2! Burials for 1759 8 : 91 Last August bill £56: 7: 6 on ye other side 26 : 10 : 1 Balance due to J.B. £2 : 16 : Ii Recd but had forgot it 1: 0: 0

*

true balance 1: 16 : [The whole account scored with two crosses.]

It

All later additions in pencil. The first is obviously an error: St. Peter's House, and not the Six Priests. , Query : a. source of Interest?


~AUpsnIRE

85

ctEnGY FUNb RULES AND LEnGER

[Two sC1'aps of loose paper] [No.1, 4 X 21 inches,' on one side, in a11, unknown hand] Benjamin Smith } Richard Stuttard at Lisbon William Riley went June 22 .. 1788. [On the other side, in the Rev. P. Eruwne's hand] H. Fd £40 Havant 78 - 28 - 8<1 Shorts 9 -10 -

127 -12 - 8 [Hants Fd scored.]

[Unimportant figures scribbled ·underneath.]

[No.2 . .it piece of paper, 91 inches long, with one side roughly torn; abmtt '2! inches wide. Its age is shown by the dirt at the top. Evidently the paper on which the pendlled figures given on p. 159 were w01'ked out. The items are given in single cohtmn on each side of the paper-ft1r. Nolan's on one side, Mr. Miltur's on the other.]

Mr Nowlan

Journeys Taxes to reimburse lent by 1. MI' Betts for repairs J

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No. II THE REGISTERS OF SOPLEY, HAMPSHIRE TRANSCRIBED BY THE RT. REV. JOHN HENRY KING WITH HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION BY THE RT. REV. JOHN HENRY KING AND CANON R. E. SCANTLEBURY

In 1934 the present Bishop of Portsmouth (the Rt. Rev. John Henry King) transcribed the . first Sopley . Register and, later, wrote the Story of Sopley. This was not done, however, for publication by the Catholic Record Society. At His Lordship's request, therefore, these have now been .revised, rewritten and the Historical Introduction enlarged for publication in the present volume.-R.E.S.

Sopley lies in the south-western corner of Hampshire: it covers the area beyond the New Forest reaching to the Dorset border. .The county border is now a very definite ecclesiastical frontier: it divides not only two dioceses, but also two Provinces. Before the re-establishment of the Hierarchy (1850) it was the boundary between the London and Western Districts. Before the days of James II, however, it meant nothing to Catholics from the religious point of view. It is necessary to stress this fact since it would appear that support for the Mission of Sopley came from both sides of the county boundary. The name " Sopley" is here used because the Mission seems so to have been called by priests and people. "Winkton,"" Avon," " Pennington and Avon," " Sopley" and" Burton Green" appear to have been its successive . titles before its removal to Christchurch. Moreover, since" Pennington" was once part of its title, the parish of Lymington, and the daughter Missions of Christchurch and Lymington-namely, Boumemouth, Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, New Milton and Ringwood-may claim the honour of descent. The rich family of the Webbs of Odstock, Wilts., bought the Manors of Canford in Dorset (G. Oliver, Collections, p. 52) and Avon Tyrrell on the Hampshire side, and were virtually the founders , of the Sopley Mission. The Manor of Christchurch, which had belonged to the martyred Countess of Salisbury, Blessed Margaret Pole, and had been restored to her grand-daughter by Queen Mary, came into the possession of the Arundells of Wardour early in the seventeenth century. They also owned Hampreston and Stapehill across t he border, in Dorset. The great Hampshire recusant families of Tichbome and Philpott also owned property in this district. To these noble families, then, we may attribute the persistence of the Faith in south-west Hampshire. In Elizabethan days we find, in 1588, that Mr. Tettersall and

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his wife, of Beaulieu, are recusants, and also lVIr. Roger Lyne* of H.ingwood, who had been thrown into Newgate Prison (C.R.S., xxii, 122). In 1592/3 Henry Cary' has his estates at Hordle and Keyhavell sequestrated for recusancy; Eleanor Young, wife of Simon Young of Ringwood, is indebted to the Queen for £180 on account of her recusancy, and Benjamin Stockwell, late of Lymington, for £160 (C.R.S., xviii, 278, 290, 289). 'Whatever organization then existed-and however meagre it was-was to be found across the border around Hampreston. There, in fact, we find quite a number of farmers and labourers entered as recusants and owing huge sums to the Royal Exchequer. "Vhen next the veil is lifted on this corner of Hampshire we find an astonishingly large number of Catholics in the List of Convicted Recusants of 1662/3. The List is very imperfect and contains the names of none of the Catholic gentry. Yet we find twenty-three convicted recusants in the " Hundred of Christchurch," four in the" Town of Christchurch," one in Ringwood, and another eleven in the Liberty of Westover (C.H..S., vi, 314-5). Francis Perkins, the nephew of BIes 'ed Swithun "Ve11s, :t married Ann, daughter of Edmund Plowden. the celebrated jurist of Elizabeth's reign, and lived at Ufton Court in Berkshire. Miss Sharp (Hist01'Y of Ufton Court) says that their second son, Edmund. was thrice married, and was mentioned in a Herald's Visitation of Berkshire as being domiciled at Winkton near Christchurch in 1660, with his third wife, Jane Kenyon. In the Fifth Douay Dim'Y (C.R.S., xi, 521), under the date 22 November 1652. is noted the arrival from England of" Edmund Perkins-here called More-aged 16 [altered to 18J, the eldest son of Edmund Perkins and Jane Kennion, Catholics, of the place called Brooke in the County of Southampton, educated from his infancy in the Catholic Faith." He left through ill-health on 1 May 1653. In 1692 the Rev. Edward Hunt § is said to reside with Mr. Edmund Perkins at Winkton ncar Christchurch, Hampshire (c.n.s., ix, 107. where .Winchester is given. a mistake for Winkton~[), and is also said to have been eleven or twelve years on the Mission. A broken tombstone in St. James's Cemetery. "Vinchester, l'ecords the burial of some

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Roger Lyne was the husband of Blessed Ann Lyne, and came of well-to-do stock living at Ringwood. Apparently he was the eldest son, born about 1567. His friend and associate was William Higham, who had been practically disowned by his father, a wealthy Essex squire, on account of his reconciliation to the Faith. The sister, Ann Higham, was also reconciled and married Roger Lyne. Roger matriculated at Douay in January 1593, and died in Flanders some time after August 1594 (cf. 1st and 2nd Douay Diaries, p. 280; C.R.S., ii. 249-50, 252, 255, 271; Morris, Cond'itions tender J ames I. vol. lxxili). ,Henry Cary, recusant, of Tadford, Hants, grandson of Thomas, the first captain of Hurst Castle. This family persisted in recusancy for a long while. Unfortunately the name appears in various documents as ,. Carew," .. Cary," .. Carey," and" Caree" (cj. C.R.S., xiii, 121; v, 313; xxiv, 275). :t Blessed Swithun Wells was bailed out of prison by Francis Perkins and stayed with the latter at Ufton. § The Rev. Edward Hunt, alias Colbeck, of the diocese of Lincoln, took the College Oath at Douay in 1674. The record of his ordination is missing (First Douay Diary). He died August 1726 (C.R.S., xii, 2). ~ Winkton was probably read as Winton.


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one of importance from Winkton, who died 15 September 1676, but the name is illegible. l~rom all of which we gather that Edmund Perkins had acquired estates-possibly through his third wife, Jane Kenyon-in south-west Hampshire, namely, at Brooke in the parish of Bramshaw and at Winktoll just north of Christchurch that possibly his tombstone-or his wife's-dated 1676, is in Winchester cemetery; that his son Edmund succeeded to the estates and maintained a priest for the benefit of Catholics in the vicinity; and that this priest, the Rev. Edward Hunt, alias Colbeck, had already been on the Mission well over ten years in 1692, quite possibly in these parts. Dodd (Church History, iii, 460) tells us that Edmund Perkins went to St. Germains in 1694, to the court of the exiled James II, to act as tutor to his son, the "Old Pretender," and died at St. Germains 13 August 1697. No further , mention is made of the Perkins t in these parts, and none of the family is listed among the 1715 Nonjurors. Among those obliged to register their property after the failure of the 1715 Rebellion we find Richard Clapcote of Sopley, carpenter, wife and six children; Simon White of Wardour Castle, who has a house at Ringwood; Ambrose Plowman, farmer at Wick, Christchurch, and two daughters; Richard White of Evilton, Milford, clothier; Sir John Webb of Great Canford, who has estates at Sopley and Christchurch; Rebecca Edwards of Longham, widow; Martin Biddlecombe of l\'I erryton, farmer; Winefride Hammond of Brook; Thomas Lovatt, husbandman; John Morrice of Fawley, mariner; John Mackrell of Benfield, Dorset, who has an estate at Milton; Alexander King of Hurn; Lord Arundell of Wardour, who has the Manor of Ringwood; Amy Bloomer of Crow, Ringwood, widow, and three sons; Martin Hounshill:1: of Ringwood, brazier, wife and two sons; and Mary Lewen of Crow, widow, and two daughters (Eng. Cath. Nonjurors, pp. 232-40). All of these were of, or connected with, the Sopley area, and the names of descendants of several of them occur in the Registers. One of them, Sir John Webb, carried on the traditions of the Catholic gentry by housing a priest and providing for the spiritual welfare of Catholics in the neigh bourhood. Bishop Challoner visited this area on 5-7 July 1741. In his Notes he describes the Mission as " P ennington and Avon." This suggests that there were once two chaplaincies here, now united under the care of a single priest. The two dates given by the Bishop for Confirmation, 18 on 5 July and 21 on 7 July, lead to the same conclusion-that he was at Pennington, a hamlet close to Lymington.. on the former

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Miss Sharp says that his house at Winkton was the Manor House, now destroyed, known as "Akers." ~ The Rev. Francis Perkins, priest at Petersfield, died 13 March 1760, aged 90. He was of this family. He took the oath at Douay 15 August 1689 and was in Sussex or Rants in 1695, and in Sussex 1702. In 1769, when john Perkins, the last Squire of Ufton, died, James Perkins unsuccessfully claimed the estates (see Frederic Turner, A Berkshire Bachelor's Diary , Newbury, 1936). It is not certain that he was a Catholic. His monumental inscription, and his son's, are written in Latin. Martin Hounshill, born 1718, son of Martin Hounshill, l;>razier, of Ringwood, and his wife, Elizabeth Hunt, was educated at Twyford School and the English College, Lisbon, where he was ordained priest 27t h March 1742 (Gillow, Register 0/ Lisbon College, p. 218).

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date, and at Avon, a small place on the river of the same name just above Sopley, on the latter. The Philpotts, Tichbomes and ArundeUs owned property in the vicinity of Pennington. In recent years a little more evidence has come to light showing the existence of Catholic families around Milford and Pennington, among whom the shadowy form of Father Paul Atkinson, O.F.M., seems to move. We find that three families, all Catholics, succeeded each other at EvertonSteptoe, "White and Lacy-their occupation extending from the days of Charles II down to the beginning 'of the nineteenth century. In 1666 John Steptoe t owned a messuage and twenty-six acres at Evelton, at which time George Carew owned Keyhaven; William Mackarell, Ashley and a part of New Milton; and Henry Philpott Lower Pennington. The Steptoe property at Evelton passed-presumably by marriage-to the Whites. In 1716 Richard White returns his property as a Catholic Nonjuror (Eng. Cath. Nonjurors, p. 233). In Milford Churchyard his stone is still just decipherable. He died 4 September 1727, aged 80, and his wife, Elizabeth, was 50 at her death on 22 March 1711. In Old Times Revisited in Borough and Parish 0/ Lymington, p. 276 (Lymington, 187 iJ), a former Mayor of Lymington, Mr. Edward King, says, "I have reason to believe that Fr. Paul Atkinson . . . . was attached to their [the White's] private chapel and family as priest and tutor," and again" Hurst:I: was only a short distance from the Salt Works at Pennington belonging to the White family, and it is well known that he was allowed to meet friends at an intermediate house at Keyhaven where, under the ostensible plea of social intercourse, the quiet exercise of his priestly functions was connived at for many years." After the Whites came the Lacys, who are first mentioned as owners of property in 1725. There is Mr. William Lacy and Mr. Richard White Lacy, which seems to prove some marriage relationship between the Whites and the Lacys. The tombs of both are situated beside the White tomb. From the Milford Record Society's journal, The M iljord Record (I, No.3, 1910), we learn that the Churchwardens' accounts of Milford mention the Lacys many times as paying Church Rates for Everton §

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Avon and Pennington are some ten miles apart" as the crow flies." As regards the other places named, the distance from Sopley of Beaulieu is 15 miles; of A von Tyrrell 2 miles; of Can ford 7f; of Hampreston 61; of Stapehill 6!-; of Pennington lO; of Lyroington 10i; of Christchurch 2,; of Burton 2!. Everton is Ii miles from Pennington and Milford is 21. ~ John Steptoe in 1667 left all his lands at Milford and Keyhaven to Amy and Olive Bernard for their lifetime, and afterwards to the Corporation of Southampton on trust that they should apply one third of the rents for the relief 01 the poor and lend the remainder in sums of £10 to "young beginners" in the town, free of interest. He also left £100 on trust to pay £2 a year to the Minister of All Saints' for quarterly ser!TIons, and £3 yearly for sixty poor persons of All Saints' parish. By the middle of the nineteenth century Steptoe's Charity consisted of forty-nine acres at Fawley and Yeovilton, let at £60 a year. Sums of £20 were at that time lent to industlious young tradesmen, but a large portion of the loan fund bad been lost by failures of principals and bondsmen. All of which seems to argue that the Steptoes had conformed, at least outWardly, possibly to save their pl'operty.-Communicated by Mr. Ernest G. Ash of Lymington. ~ Hurst Castle, where Fr. Paul Atkinson was imprisoned. § Everton, otherwise Yelverton, Yeovilton, Evelton, Evilton.


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(or 'Evilton' as they spelt it). The first mention of the family is in 1725. They also paid for late OUiver's," the entry being" Mr Lacy." In 1744-5 Mr. Richard White Lacy pays ,for Everton and Mr. Vvillialll Lacy ~ for" late Olliver's," the latter being situated near the sharp bend of the road leading from Milford to Lymington, just beyond Everton Grange, and on the same side of the road. From that date until 1796 there is no further reference to Mr. William Lacy, but constant reference to Mr. Richard White Lacy, who appears to pay for both Everton and" late Olliver's." Mr. William Lacy owned a Saltern of ten pans, and Mr. Richard White Lacy one of three pans, :I: at Pennington Marsh in 1743. About the year 1725 the Lacys came to live in Efford COi..iage, on the main road between Everton and Lymington. Father Paul Atkinson, O.F.M., a prison I' in Hurst Castle since 1699, used to say Mass at Efford Cottage. He stayed the night at the Vormans at Everton as their house was less conspicuous than the Lacys'. In 1920 a Mrs. Shepherd, aged 70, was living in the Vormans' cottage, which was still standing, though enlarged. There are two accounts of Mrs. Shepherd's story-the one by Mr. W. Ravenscroft, F.S.A., in The 1vlilford Record (August, 1919), the other by E. M. Harting in the Franciscan Monthly (January and March, 1920). Mrs. Shepherd had a great-grandmother who had died circa 1869, aged 96. This old lady had often told of the priest's coming to the cottage, having heard the story from her own grandmother, a Mrs. Sims. § Mrs. Sims's first husband was a sailor, but she married a second time a German named Vorman, also said to be a sailor. There were no children of the second marriage. 1\11's. Sims used to assert that" Fr. Paul, a dark, tonsured man, once said Mass on the steps of what is now,the Churchyard Cross at Milford. Ihere was then no cross--0uly the steps and base-and at these he said Mass. This was at 7 a.m. , "\ orman, being a Catholic, was present, also some others ... , Fr. Atkinson is said to have got out from Hurst and to have slept five nights in Mrs. Shepherd's cottage, breakfasting in a parlour at the north end, since blown down in a great gale." A great ado was made over this escapade when it was rep'o rted to the authorities and with much delicacy of feeling Fr. Atkinson is said to have remained ever afterwards in his cell rather than compromise his good iriend the GQvenior. . Mr. Edward King gives, in the book mentioned above (p. 277), an extract from a private letter written by Mrs. C. Steer (nee Kitty <I

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Western Gazette, 9 July 1745: "On Saturday last was married at Lymington, Richard White Lacy Esq., a young gentleman of large estate near that town, who is lately come of age, to Miss Stafford, daughter of the late' John Stafford Esq. of Southampton, a beautiful young lady, worth £4000." This was his first marriage. ~ In 1730 a William Lacy was the owner a.nd occupier of an estate at Everton worth £300 a year, and he had five or six children. A William Lacy died in 1749, aged 61 (see M.L, infra). :t Sixteen weeks' boiling was the general season average, and each pan made about three tons of salt per week, burning nineteen bushels of coal for each ton. A drift or turn took eight hours, after which the pan ha<;l to be cooled, emptied and cleaned. Sixteen drifts made a week's work, which extended from Sunday night to Saturday morning (Edward King, Old Times Revisited, pp. 199-200). § There are slight discrepancies in the two accounts, but the above seems the only possible version.


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Biddlccombe}, grand-daughter of Mr. Richard White Lacy: " I will teil you about the Lacy family. They came with vVilliam the Norman into England. My grandfather was settled at Yelverton, near LymingtOll, where he kept hounds and was much respected by all. My father was engaged to his only daughter eleven years; the reaSOll being that she would not marry without Mr. Lacy's consent, the objection was that my father was not a Roman Catholic. After Mr. Lacy's death they were married at Milford Church by my father's old friend, the Rev. Richard Warner, and afterwards by Dr. Milner according to the Rites of the Catholic Church; I suppose at Yelverton House, as there was a chapel in the house, and Mr. Greenwood ~ was the priest. I was born (in Lymington) at a house (nearly) opposite the Angel Inn, occupied by the three Miss Shepherds. 1y mother died there (,ct. 28) and was buried with her father and mother in Milford churchyard. Southey wrote my grandfather's epitaph and one on the death of my mother. IV1. Cochet was the priest, who had much to do with my early education. He resided at Burton near Christchurch where there was a chapel. At St. Austin's, near Lymington, my father's old friends, Mr. & Mrs. Lyons, resided; the present duchess of Norfolk was a daughter of theirs; Admiral Walcot (myoId companion in youth) was their nephew. With the vVeld family, my mother was educated at the old convent at Hammersmith. I think the mother of Cardinal Weld was one of her school-friends, and used often to come from Lulworth Castle to see my father. I recollect her." The jVIilford Record (I, No.3, 1910) also shows that there was a Catholic school at Milford. A court case known as the Penny Trial concerned the Penny Charity of Milford. Thomas Penny of Milford by his will dated 1696 left the income of certain properties to be distributed to the poor of Milford annually. In 1731 certain parishioners wished to found a school with the money. The scheme was opposed by " Mr W m Lacy gentleman " and others. The affair was carried to the Court of Chancery and went on for three years till 1735. James Thorne, the Parish Clerk of Milford, deposed, among other things, that there was a school in Milford carried on by a Roman Catholic to teach children reading. writing and arithmetic. Thomas Godwin of Milford, gentleman, deposed that Milford already had two schools-one kept by " one Lane, a notorious sot," and the other by "W. Matthews, a reputed Papist." ยง As for Avon, Sir John Webb of Canford, Dorset, owned the Manor of Avon Tyrrell and supported a chaplain there. In his 1741 Visitation Bishop Challoner records that the congregation at Pennington and Avon numbered about two hundred, and

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The Rev. John Milner was at Yelverton in October 1793, as an entry in the Winchester Register shows: Die 23 a Octobris 1793, apud Yevelton prope Lymington Baptisatus cst a me, cceremoniis omissis, Gulielmus filius Jacobi & [Ignoti & casu inventi erant a later addition]"-given in a mutilated form in C.R.S., i. 184. No marriage is, however, mentioned. ~ Recte Greenwell. From the obituary list, printed with the Registers below, we know that her mother died in March 1799, a week after Kitty's birth (but she was buried at Milford. and not at Lymington as the obituary list says). ยง Much of the foregoing information relates to Lymington parish and is supplementary to the Historical Ir:troduction to the Lymington Registers published in C.R.S., xiv, 295 5qq. 1 am indebted to Mr. Ernest G. Ash of Lymington for many details ' given above. II

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higher up on the same page, under the name of the priest, Frankland, gives one hundred and twenty communicants (E. H. Burton, Lije and Times oj Bishop Challoner, i, 148 *). How long the Rev. - . Frankland had been there or how long he remained we do not know. In the Register oj Lisbon College a John Frankland, alias or vere Moyes, is shown as being ordained at Lisbon between 1723 and 1727, in which year he was sent to England (pp. 198-9). Mr. Gillow places him at Brockhampton, Havant, ~ in 1734, although there is no evidence for this in the Brockhampton Registers, and says that he died in London 16 July 1752. In the Old Chapter Obituary the death of a Rev. George Frankland is given in London 1 August 1752 (C.R.S., xii, 8). For our information of the next priests, and also of the fact that the Mission was moved from Avon to Sopley, we are indebted to the Rev. John Philip Betts, who kept the accounts for the Hampshire Missions. In the Hampshire Ledger (supra, p. 55) he records that he paid a guinea from the Robert Hyde, or Hills, Fund to" Mr Milner towards hisexpence of changing his quarters from Avon to Sopley.":= This was in August 1753. He was the Rev. John l'fIilner who went to Douay on 18 August 1736. He must not be confused with Bishop Milner-as the compiler of the Index of C.R.S. vol. xxviii has confused him. The Bishop was not born until 1752. The Rev. John Milner left Douay, in Philosophy, 16 June 1744; was admitted to the English College, Lisbon, 12 December 1746, and was or.d ained 31 May 1749. He left for the Mission 28 January 1750 (Gill ow, Register oj Lisbon College, p. 231). It is possible that this was his first mission and that he remained until 1757, from which year until at least the end of 1758 he was the priest at Cowdray (C.R.S., i, 250). He died in London 30 July 1782 (C.R.S., xii, 21). He was succeeded, presumably, by the Rev. Mr. Barnwell. for in August 1758 the Rev. John Philip Betts pays him a guinea for" attendance at and near Southampton," and when, in September 1760, he pays him four guineas, which fall due 25 February 1761, for the same reason, he becomes" Mr Barnwell in the New Forest." A final payment of two guineas "in full of all demands" is made to him in August 1761, ยง at which date, it may be presumed, he left Sopley (cj. Hampshire Ledger, supra. p. 59). He is diffLcult to identify. He may possibly be the Irish priest, the Rev. John Barnwell, whose death is recorded at Kingscliff, Lincolnshire, on 11 February 1782 {C.R.S., xii,

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21). His successor was. in all likelihood, the Rev.- . Flanagan, , whose existence was made kno wn through the recollections of an aged parishioner, Mr. Argyle, who wrote the following account, about 1872, at the request of the Rev. H . Van Doorne (priest at Christchurch in 1872). ~ " It was of tradition that the Catholics of Christchurch and its vicinity, used to assemble at Sp ringfield House, Avon, opposite to Court H ouse and Farm, now belonging to Fane Esq r. Within the memory of many the Font was in a room near the river, § but this was, within a few years, pulled down: the house was of stone and ancient: some of the materials of the walls fonus [sic] the present smithy of Avon. In 1768, ~ December 21Bt the Priest's house at Sopley (the last house in the lane leading from Sopley to Ripley) was burnt, and the Priest, by name, Rev d Mr Flanagan peri hed also: he appears to have come downstairs, when, near the bottom, a burning beam fell upon him: this was near the present door at back of house. His remains were dug out.. and interred in Sopley Churchyard. It was not rebuilt for some time, ' and the Catholics went to Stapehill or to Canford House, the residence of 'Sir T. Webb. Occasionally Mass was said at Mr Clapcott's. Mark Argyle, one of the congregation went and asked Sir J. Webb to send a Priest, the house was rebuilt and Revel Mr Parker was the first Priest that lived at Sopley after this sad event. The names of the congregation: Biddlecombs, farmer, living at an old house called White's now standing, south of Sopley Church: the land to this farm is now sold off &c: Blacklocks, Clapcotts (carpenters), Drapers, Haines, carpenter to Sir J. Webb, Mra Wilmot (mother of Mrs Daw), Gayler, an old Irish lace maker, Bishops, labourers; Argyles (Christchurch, shoemakers), Chapples, Dawes of Wick, Bloomer of Wick, Trevis of Christchurch. " This :Rev d Mr Parker obtained for Clapcotts the redemption of a mortgage to Mr Willis of Ringwood, who would not give it up. Mr Clapcott tried the law, but to no purpose. Rev d Mr Parker asked Mr. Clapcott if he would allow him to see what could be done in the matter: the permission being willingly granted, he went to London, put it in a friend's hands and it was soon settled to Mr Clapcott's satisfaction. "To Revel Mr Parker succeeded Rev d Mr Greenwell: he lived some time at Sopley, but eventually removed to Christchurch living with Mrs Daw's at a house now occupied by Mr Ibert. Every Sunday and Holyday he walked to Sopley to say Mass. His death was occasioned by mortification brought on by wearing a tight shoe, his toe became

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A priest, Anthony Barnewall, was prosecuted in June 1768, on the evidence of the informer Payne. Cf. E. H. Burton, Challoner, II, 93; D. Gwynn, Bishop Challoner, p. 170. ~ At this period there were three Irish priests working in Hampshirethe Rev. Patrick Savage at Winchester, the Rev. James Nolan at Gosport, and the Rev. - . Flanagan at Sopley-for none of whom can any details be found. On examining a number of Registers it is curious to note how priests f ·om the same college follow one another on a Mission, or group together in the same area. The original MS. is in the Archives of the Catholic Church at Christchurch. ' The MS. was first brought to Bishop King's notice by Canon D. O'Mahony. of Southampton. § Meaning, apparently, tha:t a room in Springfield House "near the river" served as the Chapel, and that the holy water stoup was still visible some fifty or sixty years before this Memorandum was written, i.e. circa 1820. ~ 1765 was the correct date.

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inflamed and mortified: recourse was had to surgical aid, but the amputation did not succeed in stopping it, he died and was buried at Sopley. To him succeeded the Rev d Mr Beni* a French Priest, after him a Rev d Mr Chantittour ~ who lodged with Mr J no Godden, Coachman to Walcott Esqr at Winkton. The Stapehill nuns with their Superioress, Madame Chaban, m driven from France, came to Burton House; they did not remain long but passed over to their present residence. Sir T. Moore with Lady Mannock his mece then came to Burton House. § His Priest, Rev d Mr Vial ~ said Mass at Sopley. Rev d Mr Cochet, a French emigrant Priest, came on Sundays and Holydays from Stapehi1l to say Mass, returning again to Stapehill. « After a few years, by the assistance of Lady Mannock, he purchased of a family by name Howe at Burton Green, the house garden, now the site of the present Chapel House. The Chapel was begun in 1810., In 1811 it was opened by Bishop Poynter. Rev d Mr Cochet seized with paralysis so as to be obliged to have assistance when saying Mass [returned to France] where he recovered health, lived some years and died in 1830. ~ir T. More died at Burton House and was buried at Stapehill, Lady Mannock at Endless St, Salisbury. She left £300 to the Mission at Burton. Names of Congregation: Howes, Joys, Vineys, Pitmans, Peckfords, Read, Argyles, Blacklocks & Mra Lacey." On 13 February 1933 the present Bishop of Portsmouth visited Sopley. "Walking from Purewell [Christchurch] I came to Burton where a cottager told me I would find the old Catholic Church on the Green and now a Congregational Chapel. Whether this is so or not I cannot say, but my companion (the Rev. F. Pinkman) and myself rather fancied an old school near at hand as the more likely building, and our opinion was confirmed by the occupant of the Priest's House at Sopley, later on, who stated categorically that the old school was the real place. We called on the Rector of Sopley who very kindly took us into his church and brought out the Burial Register. There we found, at the end of 1765, this entry: 'Mr - - Flanagan December the 23 d ' Under 1802 was the entry: 'John Greenwell, Romish Priest, November 27&h'

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* Query: Recte Besnee ? ~

Recte Abbe Pierre Chantelou or Chanteloup.

m" In 1802 Henry, the eighth Lord Arundell afforded a

refuge here to Madame Rosalie Augustin de Chabannes, a lady of the highest merit, and her religious community de la Sainte Croix de Notre Dame de la Trappe" (Oliver, Collections, p. 42). § Sir Thomas Moore was the sixth and last baronet of the Catholic Family of the Moores of Fawley, Berks. His sister, Anastasia, had married Mark Browne--of the family of Montague of Cowdray-and a daughter, also Anastasia, became the second wife of Sir Thomas Mannock, Bart. She was now a widow and lived with her uncle. ~ Recte Abbe Gilles Vie!. Sir Thomas Moore died 10 April 1807, before the Burton Chapel was commenced. He was buried in the old chapel of Stapehill (now the Nuns' Refectory). His niece, Lady Mannock, was still at Burton when the building of the Chapel began, but migrated to Henley in 1812, which was her home till her death, 17 April 1814. The Directory gives the place of death as Windsor, not Salisbury.

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and next to him: William Perkins of Winkton.' "V-Ie then ""ent to the' Priest's House' (still so called) in' Priest's Lane,' the occupants of which-they were Methodists according to the Rector-gave us a cordial welcome. The wife showed us over the house. In the kitchen, on the left hand side of the fireplace, was an alcove, in the floor 01 which was a circular hole with a grating at the bottom. This, she declared, was where the priest made his wafers. "Her bedroom, she stated, was evidently the place where Mass was said. A tiny niche inside the door might easily have been the holy water stoup. At the head of the bed there had been, originally, folding doors which led into another room which apparently contained the altar. The stairs to the upper floor descend to the ground outside the back door of the kitchen." ~ The first priest at Sopley was then the Rev. Mr Parker. It is not easy to identify him. There are three Parkers in the Valladolid College Registers, but all three became Jesuits. The Sopley Mr. Parker would seem to be the Rev. Francis Parker, educated in Paris, who died in September 1779 (C.R.S., xii, 14). There is a strong probability that the three Irish priests mentioned above were also educated in Paris, and it is therefore likely, as also noted above, that the Rev. Francis Parker followed the Rev. - . Flanagan. The Rev. John Baptist Greenwell was the next priest. He was the son of John Greenwell and Catherine (Wilkinson), born in London 24 June 1750, who took the oath at Douay. He left Douay to go to Nieuport to become a Carthusian 18 April 1771, but returned to Douay 6 June 1772. He was ordained subdeacon 21 December 1776, deacon 15 March 1777 and priest 19 December 1777. After ordination he remained at Douay as a Minor Professor until 17 May 1779, when he left for England (Canon Burton's MSS., Priests in Penal Times, File III, F-G-H, Westminster Archives). If he succeeded the Rev. Mr. Parker circa 1779 he may have been about eighteen years at Sopley, for it was the death of Sir John Webb, 5th Baronet, in 1779, which affected the priest and people of Sopley. The title passed to his nephew Sir Thomas, 6th and last Baronet, who appears to have ceased to support the Mission. Hence the Rev. John -Greenwell had to leave his house and lodge with a parishioner in Christchurch. He died 24: November 1802, as tile Prayer Book obituary given below shows, though his age is given as 53. A belated obituary notice appeared in the Directory for 1805 (C.R.S., xii, 88). t

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In Christchurch Priory we found a monument to some of the Perkins family. It read: 'Memorire sacrum Martha:! Jacobi Perkins arrnigeris uxoris delectissima:!, qure ex hac vita rerumnosa placide pieque emigravit secundo die Decembris anno {domini 1749 mtatis 46. Juxta obdormiscit in Christo Jacobus Perkins armiger. Mortuus estvigesimo die mensis Martii annO{DOmini 1772 retatis 79. 'Sub eadem marmore positre sunt reliquire Edmundi Perkins armigeris, eorumque filii natu maximi, omnibus cari sub carissimi, qui vudt annos heu paucos non defletus: obilt 5 die Martii mensis anno {retatis 47 Christi 1773'" ~ These outside stairs were a fet>ture of many of these early "Upper Room" chapels. f


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'Ihe next priests were French refugees. Mr. Argyle's ÂŤ JUT Belli" is difficult to identify. He may possibly be the Abbe Besnee, a Canon of Laon Cathedral, who 'was in Jersey in 1796 (Canon F. X. Plasse, Le Clerge F1'an(:ais Rejugie en Al1gleterre, ii, 437). (( Mr Chantittour" is the Abbe Pierre Chantelou, who was there in 1803. An Abbe Pierre Chantelou had been vicaire at Craon, arrondissement Chateau-Gontier, departement Mayenne. He embarked at Granville 15 September 1792, then aged 29. He is no doubt the Abbe Pierre Chanteloup mentioned by Dr. Oliver (Collections, pp. 185, 262), who became the incumbent of Taunton from 1830 to 1833, leaving the English Mission in the November of 1833. The date of his death has not been ascertained. He was followed by the Abbe Gilles (Aegidius) Viel, vicaire of St. Paterne-du-Buais in the diocese of Avranches, from 1806 to 1807. In 1811 the Abbe Viel built the chapel in Holland Street, Kensington. He died 27 August 1823 (Plasse, Clerge Franr-ais Rejugie en A ngZeterre, II, 285, 286, 292",411). The next priest was the Abbe Alexandre Cochet, of whom Dr. Oliver says (Collections) "an excellent French priest, who did duty for several years at Stapehill before he left for Sopley in 1811. I think he returned to France after the Restoration of the Bourbons." In the Stapehill Register (the transcript of which is given after the Sopley Register) the Abbe Cochet has made the following entry: "Alexander Cochet, Presbyter, successit Rev do Dno Jacobo Porter, Die 22ft Decembris 1801," and he records baptisms therein from 1804 to June 1810. He said Mass on weekdays for the nuns at Stapehill, a Cistercian Father from Lulworth riding over for the Sundays (La Trappe in England, p. 98). He was the first priest at Burton Green. He opened the Sopley Registers, writing in the baptisms performed by his two predecessors, and then entering his own from 1808 to 1816. An appeal by him for funds for a new chapel was inserted in the 1811 Directory: "To all Charitable Christians. The poor Catholics of Sopley, Christchurch and its vicinity from time immemorial, through the generosity of a noble family, had enjoyed the happiness of having in the midst of them a missionary who procured for them the benefit and consolation of our holy religion. But, being deprived of that comfort by the death of the last head of that family and the nearest Mission being situate 10 miles from them, they have with the approbation of their Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Douglass, opened a subscription to enable them to support a chaplain and to build a Chapel. The subscription having scarcely produced half the funds necessary, they humbly and earnestly solicit the charitable assistance of the nobility, gentry etc. Those who visit the commodious bathing place of Christchurch will reap the advantage of having divine service performed in that neighbourhood . . . . " A second appeal, headed" Burton, New Chapel, near Christchurch, Hants," appeared in the 1814 Directory after the building had been erected. It was stated that" divine service is daily performed" in the new chapel and that a house had been erected "for the residence of their Pastor," but expenses for the purchase of the land, building, and maintenance of the priest exceeded the donations received; hence this second appeal. In 1817 the Rev. Joseph Stapleton was appointed to the Mission

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The Cistercian nuns resided at Burton House, kindly lent to them by Lady Mannock while their ~onvent at Stapehill was being made ready for them, from January to October, 1802, and the Abbe Gilles Viel acted as their chaplain there (La Trappe in England, pp. 91, 96; London, J!)17). G


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*

and remained until possibly 1833. From March 1819 to August 1820 the only entries in the Southampton Register, four in number, are by the Rev. Joseph Stapleton. During this period therefore he would seem to have had charge of the Southampton Mission as well. He was educated at St. Edmund's College, Ware, having entered in 1800. He was ordained in 1809, and was on the staff at St. Edmund's until 1816, being Prefect from 1810 to 1816. After 1834 the Rev. Joseph Stapleton, according to Mr. Edward King (Old Times Revisited, p. 178), became father-confessor to . the Baroness de Feucheres at Bure Homage, near Christchurch. Mr. King says that the Baroness died in 1836 and that the Rev. J. Stapleton lived on at Bure till his own death, 27 August 1839, at the age of 55, when he was buried in Lymington churchyard. The Baroness did not die, however, until 15 December 1840. ~ Sophie Dawes was t4e daughter of the oyster-catcher, pilot and smuggler, Dicky Dawes, of St. Helens, Isle of Wight, a'n d Jane Callaway. Jane Callaway and her children left the father and went to the Newport House of Industry, a workhouse run on novel and model lines. Sophie passed via Portsmouth (the George Hotel) to London, where she met the Duc de Bourbon, whose paramour she eventually became and reigned as the uncrowned queen of Chantilly. A diplomatic. marriage was arranged with the unsuspecting Baron de Feucheres, who afterwards left her.:Il There were very strong suspicions that she at least engineered the Duc's murder in 1830. She inherited a considerable part of his fortune, returned to England in 1835 and built herself, or restored, a mansion at Bure Homage. She had become a Catholic while in France. and apparently the Rev. J. Stapleton became her chaplain at Bure Homage till his death in 1839. In 1838 her health began to fail, and in the spring of 1840 she moved to London. dying there in the December of the same year-one author says "in the odour of sanctity"-showing at least signs of great piety. The next priest was the Rev. Richard Kelly, from 1833 to 1836. He was born in London 7 September 1798, went to Old Hall in 1808, and was ordained 30 September 1821, leaving the College in the December of 1821 (apparently he went away during his course and returned in 1815 to finish it). He was at St. Patrick's, Soho, 1822-7:

*

The last baptism is in 1831, but the Rev. Laurence F. Allan, of St. Edmund's College-to whom I am indebted for details concerning many priests-informs me that he is recorded as being at Burton from 1818 to 1834, after which there is 110 record of him until his death. The. gap in his record is now filled in; but the Rev. Richard Kelly was at Burton Green in 1833. ~ For Sophie Dawes' story see Violette M. Montagu, Sophie Dawes, Queen of Chantilly (London, 1912), an unbiased and documented account of her life-particularly in France; The Ronble. Mrs. Stuart Wortley's Sophy, The Winkle Picker (Christchurch, 1930), which gives the story more in form of a novel, and with the aid of presumably original letters stresses more her early life in the Isle of Wight, though it is difficult to decide what is fact and what is fiction (Mrs. Wortley gives the father's name as James and the brother's as Dicky, and says that the place and date of Sophie's death are not known); Marjorie Bowen, The Scandal of Sophie Dawes (London, 1934), which adds very little to the story and repeats much of Violette Montagu's account. : :I: They were married in Paris, and also at Spanish Place. The entry in the Register for the latter marriage, 6 August 1818, describes Sophie Dawes as a widow, born in London 29 September 1792: neither of these statements was true.


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"The old house with Roman Catholic Chappel of SOlVIERFORD GRANGE about two miles from Christ Church Rants. N ow taken dov,'11 "

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Bermondsey, 1828-31; Burton Green, 1833- 6; after which no further trace of him has so far been found. He was succeeded by the Rev. Laurence Joseph Byron, who was born in London 15 November IS00, entered Old Hall 16 July lS17, and was ordained 20 September IS2S. He left the College in IS29, was at Tichborne, Hants, IS30-1; then comes a gap of six years; Burton Green, 1837-60. The 1861 Catholic Directory shows that there were two priests at Burton Green in 1860. Possibly the Rev. L. J. Byron was in failing health. This appears to be confirmed by the Directory of the following year, which !rives his address as " 1, Clyde Terrace, Bevois Hill, Southampton," which is changed in the 1863 and subsequent Directories to " 2, Anglesea Villas, Portswood, Southampton." It is evident that he lived in retirement, for ill-health or other reasons, at Southampton from 1861 to 1868. He died 26 July 1868 and was buried at Southampton. In 1860 an assistant priest was appointed. the Rev. M. P. Fannan, who baptized until May 186l. Both their names are given together in the 1861 Catholic Director)" but in the 1862 edition the Rev. John McDonald is the incumbent. His last baptism was in November 1863. In the 1866 Directory he is the priest at Lymington. The next priest was the Rev. Bernard Van Reeth, who baptized from June IS64 to May 187l. In IS66 the Mission was moved to Christchurch and Burton makes its final appearance in the 1867 Directory as served from Christchurch." In the Christchurch Archives there is a water-colour (reproduced facing this page) on the back of which is written The old house with Roman Catholic Chappel of Somerford Grange about two miles from Christ Church Hants. Now taken down." This provides a puzzle which has not yet been solved. The Victoria County History of Hampshire (v, 84) says that " Somerford Grange, which was once the grange of the prior of Christchurch, was inhabited by John Draper, the last prior after the Dissolution. It is now [1912] owned by the Rev. Gustavus Brander." It was acquired by Gustavus Brander in 1781 (v, 95), "who pulled down the old house and built a new one on its site. I t has descended in the Brander family." "The house built before 1787 by Gustavus Brander on the site of the priory was once inhabited by the Duke of Orleans, father of King Louis Philippe" (v. 85). Another Somerford Grange is also mentioned (v. 95). In 1834 James Edward, second Earl of Malmesbury, exchanged myoId tythe barn. called Somerford Grange" for some land in Bure and Hum belonging to John Spicer. This was presumably the ancient manor-house of Somerford." Was the chapel in the old tythe barn "? And why was the chapel there? II

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Supplementary to C.R,S., xiv, 295 sqq. Mr. Edward King (Old Times Revisited, p. 164) mentions a refugee French Carmelite priest who settled in Lymington, one of whose books he possessed with the name written 'in it Pere Gomberkine, Carme." He also gives (pp. 166 sqq.) extracts from the Registers of Lymington and Boldre Parish Churches concerning French emigrants and refugees . A somewhat similar list is also given in The Church in Lymington, by II

â&#x20AC;˘ A son of Louis Philippe died in Christchurch in 1807.


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Ed. Hapgood and the Rev. Cbarles Bostock, 1912. There are slight differences in the two lists. Where these occur they are set out side by side, the former as A, and the latter as B. -

Baptisms. A 1792. Mary-Anne-Caroline AgHie, dau. of Pierre Vasseur and Rose Bo~sier, his wife, of Sarviq, Pays de Caux, en Normandie. 1794 AgHie-Angelique, dau. of Count Herve Louis ~1arie Du Plessis-Pascau, of Landerneau in Bretagne (formerly lieut. in the French Royal Navy and now in the regiment of Gen. Count d'Hector) and Anne Buisson de la Vigne, his wife (of L'Orient)

B

1795. Mary \nn Caroline Aglae,

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dau. of Peter Vapeur and Rose Bossier, French emigrants. The R.C. Chaplain to the Recriment performed the ceremony. 1796. \.glae Angelique dau. of Count Herve Louis Joseph Maric de Plessix Pascau, and Ann Buisson de la Vigne his wife

B

A

Jean, son of Jean Revol, of the Parish of St Marcellin (bishopric of Vienne) in Dauphign'; and Margaret Bastide, of Toulon Joseph Louis Bertrand, son of Bertrand Ferrier, of St. Paul-in-Quersey, bishopric of Conors (Cahors?) and Franc;oise Lucan, oÂŁ Toulon

1797 Jean Revol. 1797 Joseph Louis Bertrand

1797 Anne Mary Laura, dau. of PhiEp Duplessis, of Count d'Hector's regiment; and Anne Buisson de Ia Vigne, his wife. Emilie Marie, fiUe de Pierre Bouttes, et de Marie Schmitt (Regt. de Mortemar)

Anne Marie Laura du Plessis.

1809 Ga. parina Ludovica Gasparina Ludovica Rosalie de Fenin, Rosalie de Fenin. dau. of Louis Franc;ois Xavier de Fenin, and Marie Rosalie Oreille, his wife. Philippine Joseph Franc;oise, dau. of Franc;ois Paul and Marie Rase [sic] de Vassault. John Martins, son of John Thomas Barr (capt. in Meuron's regiment) and Sybrandina Theodora Albertina, his wife. Maria, dau. of the Count de Passee. [B has the following-not i'n A] 1808 Charles Phillip Pascau du Plessis. A [From the Boldre RegisterJ-1811. Mary Pauline, dau. of Arthur Marie Edward D'Orfeuille, and Charlotte Marie Frantoise, his wife.

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UFrom January to June 1795, there occur the following deaths of French emigrants; and nearly all are entered as being from the regiment of General Count d'Hector, in the barracks at Buckland Lieut. Du Hautoy (of the French Artillery) Pierre Borrel Jacques Androt Yves Vaillant Jean Marie Guaingan Herve d'Authec Augustin Le Mesle Mathurin Arrois Joseph Vaillant Jean Petit Franc;ois La Tour Monsieur Guieux Louis Gouardmus Belle Eugreville Fran<;ois Laurint" [po Iv7] [1\1.1's from Lytnington Churchyafd] [po 174] Joseph , Marie de la Moussaye I Major of the Corps of Loyal Emigrants I who died 29th August, 1813, Aged 55 Years. To the Memory of / Isidore de Vaudreuil I Of the Regiment of Loyal Emigrants / Brave and Good / Lamented by all those who knew him, / He was drowned while bathing with his Friends, / The 7th of August, 1796, I Aged 22 Years. Sacred / To the Memory of / Amarante Emilie de Soulange, / The Wife of I Capt. Charles de Menard, / Died jn Child-bed, on the 19th of June, 1798, / In the 28th year of her age. / Heu! Lumina, ft.ete diu.

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[From the Lymington Registers (no date) ]

[po 175]

Charles-Augustus, son of Pierre Fran<;ois Charles ~ Artillery, and Amaranthe Emilia,

De Menard, captain Dutch

his wife. [po 176J Henricus Ludovicus Duval, SOIl of Anthony Duval and Jacoba Garcias, his wife, bapt. by Mons. Le Tellier (Roman Catholic priest here). [Deaths extracted from the Lymington Registers] [p o 298J 1801. Mons. de Caen (French Emigrant priest). 1813. John Baptist Le Tellier-priest. Note.-The Count d'Rector, mentioned everal times above, had been Governor of Brest and \\ as brother to the Countess de Soulang . In 1795 he lived in Reading, where be died at Southcote House. His tomb could be seen in 1897 in St. Giles's churchyard, Reading, with this inscription:

Hic j acet / J oannes Carolus Comes d'Hector / Prefectus classium Regis christianissimi: / Regii et militaris Scti. Ludovici Ordinis princeps. / Fortitudine, prudentia et summa activitate emicuit. Brest- / ensis Portus Gubernator, innumeras classes miranda celeritate / paravit. 68 annos Principis glorice viriliter consecravit. / Religionis amantissimus, virtutibus pollens, / Ad meliorem vitam transivit, 18 Augt. 1808, cetatis suce 86. / Requiescat in Pace. I Hoc monumentum poni curavit mcestissima soror / Comitissa de Soulanges.

* 'Vendueil' on the stone;

'Vaudreuil' in the Parish Register. 'Daughter of Count de Soulanges, and niece of Count d'Rector. :I: " The relics of the French corps were incorporated with the German regiments."


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Register No.1. (Transcribed, in 1934, by the Rt. Rev. John Henry King.) [An octavo book, bound in leather and fastened with a clasp; leaves 7 X 4! inches. J [Written on the back coverJ Burton Chapel. Cath: Chapel, Burton Green near Ringwood Rants. To be returned as soon as done ~th. Laur. Jos. Byron M.A. [On the inside front cover is writtenJ N umber of the Congregation. [Nothing else seems to have been entered here, and there is now affixed the Certificate signed by Laurence Joseph Byron 3 May 1837, when he sent the Register to the Commissioners. The pages are numbered.] [Until p. 13 every entry is in the Abbe A. Cochet's hand.] [po IJ Baptismalis libel' pro Catholica Congregatione of Sopley, in Comitatu of Southampton Die 931 Julii 1811 Benedictionem accepit nova Capella of Burton, sub invacatione Sti Augustini Angl: Aposti a R: R: Do Dre & Episcopo Poynter, Ri Ri D: Dris & Episcopi Douglass, Coadjutore. " 2 [po 2J Die 26 a Februarii natus et Die 27 ejusdem mensis, an: 1803-Baptisatus fuit JoannesDavie, of Burton in Parochia of st* Church, FiliusJoannisetMarire (olimCarr) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Thomas Moore Matrina Anastasia Mannock, a Revdo Dno Petro Chantelou Misso Apc o Die 18 Martii 1804 Natus et die 19 ejusdem mensis Baptisatus est Guillelmus Filius Joannis How et Elisabeth (olim Foot) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Thomas Moore Matrina Anastasia Mannock, a Rev do Dno Petro Chantelou Misso Apcovide pag: 9.

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[po 3J Die 17 31 Januarii 1804 Natus et die 17 ejusdem mensis baptisatus fuit Josephus Filius Susannre Read a Rev o Dno Petro Chantelou Misso Apeo in Cujus Fidem mea manu subscripsi apud Sopley Die 831 Maii 1808 A: Cachet Miss. Ap. Die Februarii 731 1E04 Nata et 12 Martii ejusdem anni Bap. tisatu fuit Maria Filia Marire Read a Rev o Dno Petro Chantelou Misso Apeo in cujus fidem mea manu subscripsi Die 8a Maii 1808 apud Sopley A. Cochet Missus ApCUS

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Die 18& Aprilis 1805 Nata in Parochia of Sopley in Comitatu of Southampton et Die 28 80 ejusdem 4

[po 4J Mensis et anni Baptisata fuit Anastasia Grasser filia Josephi et Sane (olim Shaves) Conjugum: Patrinus filit Thomas Blacklock et Matrina Anastasia Mannock a Rev do lEgidio Viel Misso Apco, in Cujus fidem mea manu subscripsi , A Cochet Miss us ApCUS Die 17 Maii 1805 nata in Parochia of Christ Church in Comitatu of Southampton & Die 27 ejusdem mensis Baptisata fuit Lucia JOY, Filia Eduardi & Catharinre Joy (olim Newman) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Marcus Argile, Matrina Maria Joy, a Rev do Dno lEgidio Viel A Cochet Missus Ap. 5 [po 5J 22 a Julii 1805 nata in Parochia of Christ Church in Comitatu of Southampton & Die 580 Augusti Baptisata fuit Helena Morgan Filia Francisci et Helenre Morgan (ohm Newhill) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Josephus Georgius How, Matrina Maria King, a Rev do Dno lEgidio Viel A: Cochet Missus ApcUS Die 27 Februarii 1806 Nata in Parochia of Sopley in Comitatu of Southampton & Die 980 Martii ejusdem anni Baptisata fuit Carolina Lee Filia Thomre et Annre Lee (olim Bray) Conjugum, Patrinus fuit Jacobus Hussey et Matrina Anna Hussey a Rev do Dno Vie!. A: Cochet Missus ApcUS 6 [po 6J Die 4a Maii 1806 Nata in Parochia of Sopley et Die 8va Baptisata fuit Maria Winefrida Pitt Filia Jacobi et Catharinre Pitt (olim Beety) Conjugum: Patrinus fuit Robertus Blacklock & Matrina Elisabeth Heal, a Rev do Dno lEgidio Viel Misso Apco A: Cochet Missus Apcus Die 1880 Octobris 1806 Nata in Parochia of Christ Church et Die 19a Baptisata fuit Maria, Anna, Elisabeth How filia Joannis et Elisabeth How (oHm Foot*) Conjugum, Patrinus fuit Georgius Last et Matrina Elisabeth Muston a Rev do Dno lEgidio Viel Misso ApC!) A: Cochet Missus Ap. [monogramJ 7 [po 7] Die 17 J anuarii 1807 Nata in Parochia of Christ Church et Die 880 Februarii ejusdem anni Baptisata fuit Lydia Joy, Filia Eduardi & Catharinre Joy (olim Newman) Conjugum; Patrinus fuit Marcus Argile, Matrina Maria Joy, a Rev do Dno Viel Misso Apco Hoc et omnia prrecedentia Baptismatis testimonia, ex volante Charta transcripsi in hoc Baptismali libro-A: ' Cochet Missus Ap. Die 1580 Maii 1808 N atus in Parochia of Sopley & Die 22 80 Baptisatus fuit Georgius Draper Filius Joannis et Lucire (olim Chapel) Conjugum, Patrinus fuit Thomas Blacklock, Matrina Sarah Blacklock, a me ' A: Cochet Misso Apo

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8 [po 8J Die 3a J anuarii 1808 N atus et Die 28 Maii ejusdem anni Baptisatus fuit Jacobus Argile Filius Anme, Patrinus fuit J oannes Argile, a me A: Cochet Miss o ApcoDie 28 a Novembris 1808 Natus & Die 4:1 Decembris ejusdem allni Baptisatus fuit Guillelmus Pitt Filius Jacobi et Catharinre Pitt (olim Beaty*) Conjugum, Patrinus fuit Thomas Blacklock, a me A: Cochet Misso Apeo Matrina Elisabeth Howe, ~ Die 6a Natus et Die 11 a Decembris 1808 Baptisatus fuit Edwardus:I: Joannes JOY, Filius Eduardi et Catharinre Joy (olim Newman):I; 9 [po 9J Conjugum: Patrinus fuit Marcus Argile, Matrina Anna Argile, a me A: Cochet lVIisso Apco Die loa Maii 1810 natus et Die 13 a Baptisatus fuit Augustinus Davey, filius Joannis et Sane Davey (olim Bailey) conjugum; Patrinus fuit Georgius Sparks, Matrina Elisabeth Sparks, a me A: Cochet Misso Apeo ยง + + Die 7a J ulii natus et die sa 1804 Baptisatus est J oannes, Filius Jacobi et Catharinre Pitt (olim Beaty) Conjugum, a Rev do Petro Chantelou Patrinus fuit Robertus Bladdock. Hoc baptismale testimonium ex volante charta transcriptum est a me A: Cochet Miss o Apeo [monogram] 10 [po 10J Die 13a Decembris 1810 nata et die 13a J anuarii 1811 Baptisata fuit Winefrida Peckford, Filia Guillelmi et Elysabeth (olim Norton) Conjugum. Patrinus Rob t Blacklock Matrina Elysabeth Howe a me Alexdro Cochet. Miss o Apc O Die 1Ia Julii natus et die 22 a 1811 Baptisatus fuit Joannes Feltham Filius Henrici et Elysabeth + (olim Batten) Conjugum, Pa~rinus fuit Samuel Bellamy, Matrina Catharina Bellamy, a me A: Cochet. Miss o Apeo

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[po II] Die 3 a Julii natus et Die 28 a 1811 Baptisatus fuit Thomas Pitt, filius Jacobi et Catharinre (olim Beaty) Conjugum, Matrina fuit Maria King, a nle A: Cochet Miss o ApcO Die 29 a Augusti natus et die 2a Septembris 1811 Baptisatus fuit Josephus Robertus Sparks, Filius Georgii et Elysabeth (olim Blacklock) Patrinus fuit Tho s Blacklock, Matrina Sara Blacklock, a me A: Cochet Miss o Apeo Die l a Januarii Nata et die 123, Februarii 1812 Baptisata fuit Theda Davey Filia Joannis et Sarre (olim Baily) Conjugum, Patrinus fuit Joannes Argyle, Matrina Priscilla How. a me A Cochet Miss o ApcO

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12 [po 12] Die 21 a Octobris 1795 nata et die 19a Septembris 1813 baptisata fuit Rebecca Keeping, filia Anme Keeping, Patrinus fuit Matthreus Argile, Matrina Sara Blacklock, a me A. Cochet, Miss o Aposco Die 16a nata et die 173. Februarii 1814 Baptisata fuit Maria Trowbridge, Filia Elizabeth Trowbridge: Patrinus fuit Reverendus Georgius Spain, Matrina Maria Dean, a me A: Cochet Misso Aposco Die 3 a Aprilis natus et Die 173. anni 1814 Baptisatus fuit Robertus Joy, filius Eduardi et Catharinre Joy (olim Newman) Conjugum, Patrinus fuit J oannes Argile Matrina, Maria Argile, a me A: Cochet Misso Apost co 13 [p o 13J Die 163. nata et die 26 Februarii 1815 Baptisata fuit Lydia Elizabeth Pitman Filia Jacobi et Joannre Pitman (oHm Harbin) Conjugum; Patrinus fuit Thomas Blacklock, Matrina Elizabeth Trowbridge, a me A: Cochet Miss o Aposco Die 13 Martii natus et 183. ejusdem mensis an: 181G baptisatus fuit Jacobus, filius Susannre Read, Matrina fuit Elizabeth trowbridge, a me A. Cochet Miss o Aposco [In the Rev. Joseph Stapleton's hand] Die 16 Maii natus et die 31 ejusdem mensis an: 1817 baptizatus fuit Josephus Pitman filius Jacobi et Joannre Pitman (oHm Harbin) conjugum. Patrinus fuit Thomas Blacklock. Matrina Elizabeth Harbin a me J os. Stapleton Misso AposcO 14 [po 14] Die 4 Septembris 1818 natus et die 13 Septembris 1818 baptizatus fuit Gulielmus Grassy, filius Josephi et Sarah Grassy (olim Sbaves) conjugum. Patrinus fuit Jacobus Pitman, a me J os: Stapleton Misso Apoco Matrina Elizab: Harbin [Two lines ruled across page] Die 23 0 Nov: 1818 natus et die 29 Nov: 1818 baptizatus fuit Jacobus Josephus Pitman filius Jacobi & J. Pitman (olim Harbin) conjugum, Patrinus fuit Rob t Blacklock, Matrina Eliz: Harbin a me J os: Stapleton Misso Apsco. 15 [po 15J Die 5 Maii 1819 natus et die 23 Maii 1819 baptizatus fuit Patritius Din, filius Joannis & Sarre Din (olim Sara Wald) conjugum, matrina fuit Maria Peckford - a me J os Stapleton Miss o Apco [Two Unes ruled across page] . Die 6 Julii 1820 natus et die 7 Julii 1820 baptizatus fuit Ferdinand Thomas Lee Boyle filius Joannis & Cath: Boyle (oIim Lee) conjugum. Patrinus fuit Jacobus Boyle. Matrina Maria Webb a me Jos: Stapleton Misso Apco

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16 [po 16J Die 25 Martii 1821 nata & die 20 Mali 1821 baptizata fuit Maria Anna Slater, filia Petri & Margarettre Slater (olim MODonnell) conjugum. Patrinus fuit Tbomas Brusen. Matrina Maria MCDonnell. ,a me J os: Stapleton Misso Apsco Die 10 Octobl'is natus, et die 16 ejusdem mensis an: 1822, baptizatus fuit Gul8 Read~ filius Marire Read. Matrina Mar: Peckford a me J os: Stapleton Misso Apsco 17 [po 17J [A pencilled entry afterwards inked over] Maria Peckiord nata 2 Oct 1798 & baptizata 9 Oct 1798 vide Rath Keal Baptiza Ireland Pastor Jones Die 3 a Decembris 1823 Nata et die 5a Decembris 1823 baptizata fuit Maria Anna Keeping filia Eduardi et Marire Keeping Patrinus fuit Rtus Blacklock (olim P.eckford) Conjugum. a me Jos: Stapleton Misso Apco Matrina Jane Argyle 18 [po 18J Die 6a JanE 1824 nata et die 25 0 1824 baptizata Eleonora Slater, filia Petri et Margarittre Slater olim MoDonnell Conjugum Patrinus fuit Ar: Machin Matrina Maria Anna Rine a me Jos: Stapleton Misso Apco 19 [po 19J Die 26 Augusti 1819 et die 26 Sepl'iS 1819 baptizatus fuit Joannes Cutler filius Jacobi & Annre Cutler (olim Argyle, Conjugum. Patrinus fuit J oannes Argyle, Matrina Maria Dean. a me J os Stapleton Miss o Apco Keeping. Die 16 Decembris 1825 natus, et die 18 ejusdem mensis Baptizatus fuit Josephus Keeping; filius Eduardi, et Marire Keeping (olim Peckford) cong: Patrinus fuit J oannes Brown a me J os Stapleton Miss Apos 20 [po 20J [Southampton along the marginJ Die 3 Junii 1820 natus et die 11 Junii 1820 baptizatus fuit Jacobus Healy, filius Eduardi & Jane Healy (olim Conroy) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Thomas Baldwin Matrina Maria Casey a me J os Stapleton Misso Apco 21 [p.21J Die 27 Maii 1827 Nata & die 8 JUDii 1827 Baptizata fuit Catherina Brackao, filia Jacobi & Eliz: Brackan (olim Rogers) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Eduardus Cantwell a me J os: Stapleton Miss o Apc O ~Die 23 Octobris 1827 nata et die 4 Novembris 1827 Baptizata fuit Anna Macbane. Patrinus fuit J oannes Argyle et Matrina Martha Argyle A me J. Stapleton Misso ApCO

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22 [po 22] Die 13 Mali 1828 nata et die 20 Maii 1828 Baptizata fuit Anna Wood filia Michael & Annre ~Tood (olim MeBane) conjugum. Patrinus R: Lee a me Jos: Stapleton Misso Apco Keeping. Die 23 Octobris 1827 nata et die 4 Novembris 1827 Baptizata fuit Carolina, Laura Keeping; filia Eduardi, et Marice Keeping (olim Peckford) cong: Patrinus fuit, J oannes Argyle; Matrina Martha Argyle a me Jos: Stapleton Apco Misso [pencilled signature underneath, with M.AJ 23 [po 23J Die 23 Sept 1832 Nata & die 21 Oct. 1832 baptizata fuit Maria Sweeny filia Pat & Mar Sweeny (olim MCGinley) Conjugum Matrina fuit A Hendey a me Jos: Stapleton Misso Apco Keeping. Die 9 Julii 1829 Nata et die 12 ejusdem Mensis Baptizata fuit Emma Keeping; filia Eduardi, et Marire Keeping (olim Peckford) cong: Patrinus fuit Thomas Blacklock: Matrina Teresia Blacklock a me J os: Stapleton Miss o Apco [pencilled signature underneath, with M.A.J 24 [po 24] [Die 21 Octobris 1834 baptizatus fuit, et die 19. Octobris ejusdem anni natus fuit Georgius filius Petri Chapman et Franciscre Bland conjugum. Sponsores fuere Henricus Butler et Clara Butler Baptizatus a me Ricardo Kelly. Ap. Misso-all scoredJ Vide P. 31~ cpp. 25 and 26 blank.J 27 [Po 27J Die 8 Sepri 1831 nata et die 11 ejusdem mensis baptizata fuit Wenefrida Teresa Keeping filia Eduardi & Marire Keeping (olim Peckford) Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Mat. Argyle Matrina Maria Argyle a me Jos: Stapleton MisSio Apsco [po 28 blank.] [In the Rev.. Richard Kelly's hanaj 29 [po 29] Die 26 Octobris 1833 Nata et die 29 ejusdem baptizata fuit Elizabeth filia Eduardi Keeping et Marice (olim Peckford) conjugum Patrinus fuit Matthreus Argyle, Matrina Winefrida Peckford a me Ricardo Kelly Miss o Apco 30 [po 30J Die 14 J anuarii 1834 natus et die 24 Februarii 1834 baptizatus fuit J oannes filius Joannis Driscol et Margarita Driscol olim Harrington Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Patricius Sweeney et Matrina Maria MCGhenley a me Ricardo Kelly Miss o Apost o

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31 [po 31] Die 19 0 Octobris 1834 Natu;:. et die .. 1 eju~dcm mellsis baptizatus fuit Georgius filius Petri Chapman & Franciscce Bland Conjugum Sponsores fuere Henricus Butler et Clara Butler a me Ricardo Kelly Misso Aposto Die 14 Decembris 1834 Nata et die Sa Novembris (sic) 1834 baptiza [s'ic] fuit Catharilla filia Patricii Sweeney et Marice olim MOGenley conjugum. Sponsoribus Alexandro MCBride et Maria Anna MCGonnigan a me Rdo Kelly

32 [po 32] Die 24 [rest blank.] [33 in pencil] [po 33J Die 24 \.prilis 1835 Natus et die 7 Junii 1835 baptizatus fuit Gulielmus filius Margaritce (oHm Nicholson) et Jacobi MeGonegal conjugum. Sponsores Patricius Sweeney et Gulielmus Peckston et Maria Sweeney a me Ricardo Kelly Misso Apost o [po 34 blank. ] 35 [pagination henceforward in pencilJ [po 35] Die J unii 25 1835 Nata fuit Maria Agnes et die 7 Julii 1835 baptizata fuit Maria Agnes filia Ricardi Chantry et Catharince olim Jarrott conjugum. Patrina [sic] Johannes Slater Matrina Maria Anna Slater a me Ricardo Kelly Missionario Apostolico 36

[po 36J De 13 a Maii 1835 N atus fuit et die 6 Septembris 1835 baptizatus fuit Jeremiah filius Joannis Driscol et Margaritre oHm Harrington conjugum. Patrina fuit Alexander MCBride et Margareta MCBride a me Ricardo Kelly Miss o Aposo 37

[po 37J Die 4 Octobris 1835 Nata et die 20 ejusdem baptizata fuit Maria filia Jeremice Gallavan et Marice (olim Sullivan) conjugum Matrina Maria Sullivan a me Ricardo Kelly Missionario Apostolico [Po 38 blank.] 39

[po 39J Die 6a Decembris 1835 Nata et die 13 Deccmbris 1835 baptizata fuit Helena Agnes fliia Eduardi Keeping et Marice (olim Peckford) conjugum. Patrinus Matthceus Argyle et Winefrida Peckford a me Ricardo Kelly Apost. Missus [sic] [po 40 blank.] 41 [po 41] Die 18 Jal1uarii 1836 natus et die 14 Februarii baptizatus fuit Marcus filius Simonis Petri Barnes et Annce oHm Scovell conjugum Patrinus J oannes Argyle Matrina Margarita Slater a me Ricardo Kelly Miss o AposO [po 42 blank.J 43 [po 43J Die 27 Februarii 1836 Nata et die 10 Martii 1836 baptizata fuit Maria filia Thomce Maguire et Catharince oHm Moinchan conjugum Matrina fuit Sarah A. Jolliffe a me Ricardo Kelly


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44 [po 44] Die [5.5 ems. blank] 1836 nata et die [4 ems. blanl?'] baptizata fuit Eliza fiHa Petri Langdoun et Sarah Saunders conjugum. Patrinus Josephus Langdoun et Teresa Blacklock a me Ricardo Kelly NEsso Apostolico 45 [po 45J Die 5 Junii 1836 nata fuit et die 26 Junii 1836 baptizata fuit Francisca filiq. Petri Chapman et Franciscre olim Bland conjugum. Patrinus fuit J oannes Argyle et Matrina Martha Argyle a me Ricardo Kelly Misso Apost o 46 [po 46J Die 11 Julii 1836 natus et 7 Augusti 1836 baptizatus fuit Gulielmus filius Mauretii Heron et Julia olim Coglan conjugum. Patrinus GUlielmus Supple et Matrina Margarita Supple a me Ricardo Kelly Misso Aposo 47 [po 47] Die 31 Julii 1836 Natus et die 10 Augusti 1836 baptizatus fuit Josephus fllius Josephi Nelson et Margaritre (oHm Lyons) conjugum Patrinus Michael Quinlan et Johanna Quinlan a me Ricardo Kelly Miss o Apostolico 48 [In the Rev. L. }. Byron's hal1dJ 1837 [po 48] Die 4 MartH 1837 nata, et die 15 ejusdem mensis baptizata fuit Anna filia Thornre et Catharinre Maguire (oHm Moinchan) conj: ceremonire ornissre fuere a me Laur: Jos. Byron M.Ap. Die 14 Maii 1837 nata, & 28 ejusdem mensis Baptizata fuit Anna Matilda Keaman, fiJia Eduardi et Franciscre (olim Smith) cong: Patrinus Florentius McCarthy: Matrina Margaritta McCarthy a me Laur: J os: Byron M.A. Die 25 Junii 1837 nata et die 26 ejusdem mensis McAlister. ceremoniis omissis Baptizata fuit Maria MCAlister filia Alexandri & Margarittre (oHm MCCallion) cong a me Laur: J os: Byron M.A. 1837 49 [po 49J McAlister Die 6 Augusti 1837 ceremonire suppletre fuere: matrina fuit Margaritta Sinnott a me Laur: J os: Byron M.A. Langdown Die 31 Decembris 1836 natus et Die 2 Julii 1837 Baptizatus fuit Petrus LangdoWll Filius Petri, et Sane (olim Saunders) cong: Matrina fuit Anna Langdown a me Laur: J os: Byron M.A. 1838 Grasser. Die 4 Decembris 1837 nata, et die 14 J anuarii 1838 Baptizata fuit Sara Grasser: filia J osephi et J obannre Grasser (oHm Lockyer) cong: Patrinus fuit Gulielmus Peckford; Matrina Winefrida Peckford. a me Laut": Jos: Byron M.A.

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Keeping. Die 15 Januarii 1838 nata et die 28 ejusdem rnensis Baptizata fuit Sara, Monica Keeping, filia Eduardi et Marice Keeping (oHm Peckford) cong : Patrinus fuit Matthreus Noonan; Matrina Elizabeth Noonan. a me Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. 50 [po 50J Maguire Die [0.5 em. blank] Februarii 1837 Nata et 15 Martii 1837 baptizata fuit Anna filia Thomce et Catharinre Maguire (olim [2.3 ems. blankJ) conjugum: Ceremoniis omissis: . a me Laur. Jos. Byron. M.A. McCarthy Die 22 Februarii 1838 Natus et die 16 Aprilis 1838 Baptizatus fuit Carolus MCCarthy filius Florentii & Margarittre McCarthy (olim Harragan) cong: Patrinus fuit Joannes Bell: Matrina Margaritta Supple a me Laur: J os: Byron M.A. Sinnott Die 26 Aprilis 1838 Natus, et die 30 ejusdem mensis Baptizatus fuit Richardus Sinnott filius Richardi, et Margarittce Sinnott (olim Sinnott) cong: Patrinus fuit Alexander McAlister: Matrina Margaritta McAlister a me Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. Supple Die 23 Julii 1838 Natus, & die 26 ejusdem mensis baptizatus fuit Thomas Supple, filius Gulielmi & Marire Supple (olim Walsh) cong: Patrinus fuit Jacobus Sinnott: MatTina fuit Julia Hearne. a me Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. 1840 51 [po 51J [Thomas Die 31 Decembris 1839 natus & die 13 Februarii 1840 Baptizatus fuit Gulielmus, Jacobus Thomas, filiusall scored] Thomas. Die 31 Decembris 1839 natus et die 13 Februarii 1840 Baptizatus fuit Gulielmus Jacobus Thomas filius Jacobi & Catharinre Thomas (olim Hearne) : cong : Matrina fuit Sarah, Edwards, Miles: a me Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. Jones. Die 27 Februarii 1840 Nata, et die 28 ejusdem mensis, Baptizata fuit Elizabeth (Anglice Eliza) filia Richardi et Elizabeth (anglice Betsey) Jones (o1im MCKay) cong: Matrina fuit Catharina Thomas a me Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. Ash. Die 24 Januarii 1840 Nata, et die 8 Martii 1840 Baptizata fuit Elizabeth (anglice Betsey) filia Eduardi & Marice Ash olim Sullivan cong: Matrina fuit Sarah, Edwards, Miles. a me Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. 52 [po 52J Pratt. Die 18 Martii 1842 Nata, et et die 3 Aprilis 1842 baptizata est Maria Anna Pratt filia Joannis, et Esther Pratt (olim [blank]) conj: Matrina fuit Maria Frances Pizzen a me Laur. J os. Byron M.Ap. J ames. Die 22 Nov 1843 Nata, et die 12 Dec. 1843 baptizata est Anna Maria, filia Roberti et Marice James (olim Willis) con]: a me Laur. Jos. Byron M.A. Matrina fuit Sarah, Edwards Miles Thomas Die 18 Januarii 1842 Nata et die 23 Novembris 1847 Baptizata est Helena Thomas filia Jacobi & Catharince Thomas (olim Hearne) conj: Patrinus fuit Franciscus Argyle: Matrina Sarah Edwards Miles a me Laur. J os. Byron M.Ap


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[p: 53J Weld: Die 24 Maii 1842 Natus, et die 26 ejusdem Mensis, et Auni, Baptizatus fuit Reginaldus, Josephus, Weld, Filius Eduardi, et Helenre Weld (olim Wrey): cong: Patrinus fuit Laurentius Josephus, Byron loco Dom. Domfii Bouchier Wrey' Armigerii, Matrina fuit , Domina Carolina Weld a me Laur. J os. Byron. M.A. 54 [po 54J Thomas Die 24 Decembris 1844 vel prope Sarah Alicia Thomas Nata et die 23 Nov. 1847 baptizata fuit a me Laur. J os,. Byron M.Ap Patrinus fuit Franciscus Argyle Matrina Sarah Edwards Miles J ones Die 23 Nov 1843 Nata et about (2 Months later) baptizata est Sarah Jones filia Richardi, et Elisabeth Jones olim MOKay conj ': Patrinus fuit Franciscus Argyle, Matrina Sarah Edwards, Miles a me L. ]. Byron M.A 55 [po 55J [Die 27 Augusti [nata scored] 18 [blank] nata et die [blank] Augusti 18 [blank] Baptizata est Carolina, Filomena Weld ' filia ~duardi, et Helenre Weld conj :-all scoredJ Die 27 Augusti 1843 Nata et Die 28 Augusti 1843 baptizata est Carolina, Filomena Weld filia Eduardi et Helenre Weld (olim Wrey) conj: Patrinus fuit Thomas Weld-Blundell; matrina Catharina Stourton a me Laurentio J osepho Byron M.A James Die 3 Februarii 1846 Nata et Die 22 Quinquagesima 1846 baptizata est Maria, Teresia James, filia Roberti, et Marire James (olim Willis) conjum a me Laur. Jos. Byron M.Ap. Patrinus fuit Robertus Blacklock; Matrina Teresia Blacklock Die 5 Feb 1846 nata et die 15 Martii 1846 baptizata fuit Catharina filia Eduardi & Marire Ash (olim Sullivan) conj: Matrina fuit Catharina Thomas a me L. J. Byron M.Ap. 56 [po 56J Guppy. Die 1 Februarii 1846 Natus & die 8 Martii 1846, baptizatus est Albertus, Henricus Guppy, filius Henrici & Annre Guppy (olim Shepherd) conjugum Sponsores Nicolaus Fogarty Helena Hogan a me Laur. J os. Byron M.Ap Duggan Die 29 Nov 1852 Nata, & die 19 Decembris 1852 baptizata est Martha Duggan, filia Eduardi & Isabellre Duggan (oHm MacDonald) Conjugum: a me Laur. Jos. Byron M.Ap. Patrinus fuit Nicolaus Fogarty Matrina Helena Hogan Donald: Die 16 Maii 1853 Natus, et die 12 Julii 1853 baptizatus est J oannes, Petrus Donald, filius Joannis, & Marire Donald (oHm MOCarthy) conj: Matrina fuit Sarah Edwards Miles a me Laur. Jos. Byron M.A.

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57 [po 57J Coombs. Die 8 Martii 1854 Nata, et die 21 Aprilis 1854 baptiZata est Joanna Maria Coombs, filia Joannis, et J oannre Marire Coombs (oHm Howard) conj: a me Laur. J os. Byron M.Ap. Matrina fuit [blank J Lockington Butler. Die 1 Aprilis 1854 Nata, et die [blankJ Aprilis 1854 baptizata est Catharina Butler filia [6 ems. blank] Butler conj: a me Lauf. J os. Byron M.A. Matrina fuit Sara Edwards Miles

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61 [;po 61] McCullen. Die 6 Aprilis 1841 N atus, et die 12 Aprilis 1841 baptizatus est Manus MOCullen filius [2.8 ems. blank] McCullen (coastguard) et [2 ems. blank] MCCullen (olim [3 ems. blank]) conj: a me Laur. Jos. Byron M.Ap.

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Patrinus fuit Richardus Jones Ash, Die 2 Oct: 1841 Nata, et die [1 em. blank] Oct 1841 baptizata est Maria, Deborah, Ash filia Eduardi, et Marice Ash (olim Sullivan) Conj: Matrina fuit Catharina Keeping a me Laur. J os. Byron M.A. [Po 62 blank.] 63 [po 63] Die 23 Januarii 1866 natus et die 28 Januarii 1866 bapt est Eduardus Campbell filius Henrici Job et Sane Monicce Campbell (olim Keeping) conjugum a me Bernardo Van Reeth Misso Aposo Patrinus fuit Henricus Kentell Matrina fuit Helena Kentell [Rest of book, 95 pages, blank.]

[Loose leaves in Register] [1] ,,[SacJramentum Confirmationis receperunt 230. Die Augusti 1808 a Rev do D: D. Epis: Collingridge Nomina Baptismi et familire Catharina Lee Sarah Blacklock Samuel Bellamy Joanna Harbin Elisabeth Harbin Sarah How

Nomen Confirmationis Maria Maria Anastasia J oannes Baptista Maria Maria Maria Barbara

Die lOa. Julii 1811 Sacramentum Confirmationis acceperunt a Revo D: D: Episcopo Poynter Jacobus Pitman Josephus Petrus Josephus Thomass' Cornelius Joannes How [On the reverse] Mattheus Argile Ren[torn] [Remundus-see Second Register] J oannes Argile Alex[torn] [Alexander-see Second Register] Catharina Bellamy Anastasia Maria Brower Anastasia Susanna Read Anna Sarah Davey Thecla Maria Burt Anastasia [Rest of page, 10 ems., blank.]

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Sacramentum Confirmationis receperunt 25 die Septembris 1817 a Rev o D. D. Epis : Poynter. Nomina baptismi & familire Nomen Confirmationis Cath : JOY Lidia Anna Lee Augusta Maria Peckford Anna Brigitta Maria JOY Elisabeth Margaretta Lee Antonia Ambr: Sparks Gabriel Anastasia Maria Sparks Carol. Lee Anastasia Gull: Howe Josephus Teresa Blacklock Juliana Elis: Peckford Maria Louiza Marga: Joy J aco bus Long Georgi us Maria Reid Wenefrida Louiza Croydon Maria [On the reverse] Sarah JOY Sophia Thorn: Blacklock J oannes Jacob: Argyle Jacobus Adalida Clementina Gomere Maria Jacobus Lawrence Michael [Rest of page, 12.6 cms., blank.] [III] Conversi ab Hreresi ad Fidem Catholciam [sic]. Die 14a Augusti 1808 ab hreresi Conversi, abjurationem suam fecerunt : Samuel Bellamy Joanna Harbin Elisabeth Harbin Sarah How Catharina Bellamy 1808

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Sarah Davey 10 Martii 1810 Mary Brower 29 Sept. 1810 J ames Pitman 8ber 7th 1810 +Maria Burt August 1809 Rebecca Keeping 19& Septbr1s 1813 Sara Hayter Mense Novem: 1813 - - Peckford [On the reverse, in another hand] Subscribers to the support of ye Chaplain Mr Wm Metcalfe No 8 Rodney Buil gS , East st New K ent Road, London ÂŁ1 - 1 - 0 July 18. 1814. ÂŁ1 - 1 - 0 per an: [In another hand] An annual commemoration of Mrs Maria Wheble on the 25th of April. This was appointed by the Rev: A. Cochet in consequence of Mr J as Wheble giving Twenty Pounds towards the

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building of the Chapel [& ratified' by the Right Rev. Dr. Griffiths Oct. 25. 1836 added later in a different hantlJ [IV]

[A slip of paper, possibly torn from a Prayer Book.] [One side, three lines scored and illegible]

Mary Willmott died on friday ye 14 of Decem. 1787 aged 70 years and nine months. She was buried at Sopley Hants ' Mr., Biddelcombe the once Miss Kittey Lacy died on Easter Sunday ye 24 day of March 1799. [Her daughter Kittey was one week old at her death. She was buried at Lymington Hants added later, between lines.]

Rev Mr John Greenwell died Wednesday morning 6 o. clock the 24 Day of November lS02 God rest his soul Aged 53 years He was buned at Sopley [Other side]

Sir Thomas Michell Moor, died friday Night 7 Oclock the 10 day of April lS17 God rest his soul aged Sl years and half he died at Burton House and was buried at Stapehill near Wimborn, Dorset in the Chappel. Burton House is near Christchurch in Hamshire Sir Thomas Michael Moor died friday night at seven 0 clock the 10 day of April lS17: at Burton House near Christchurch, Rants aged SI years and a half God rest his soul Sir Thos M . Moor was born Sept II: 1726

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Anastasia Lady Mannock died April 18 1814 God rest her soul Rev d Alexander Cochet born N OVf 18 1766 1827 December 3 Died died the Rev. Ri Rrev Dr Poyntr, bishop of London God rest his soul Amen [V]

[A paper, which was once pasted in a frame,¡ copper-plate writing]

Have mercy on me at least you my Friends &c Lady Mannock one of ye Foundress of this Chapel 1814 AprIlS Mrs Mary Drew Feb: 11th 1837 aged 89 Mr Thomas Blacklock Feb 1837 Mr J Dalton aged 91 May [torn]th~ lS37 Mrs Maria Wheble Benefactress to the Chapel Ap 25 Mrs Fitzherbert 27 March lS37 aged S4 Cardinal Weld 10 April lS37 [Printed Requiescant in p eace] ] [VI] [A sliP of paper] [Edmund scored, Owen above] MCEntaggart married to Mary Anne Came,., 21 Sept 1S33 in Presence of Edward Davey & Ellen his wife Matthew Ryan M.A . â&#x20AC;˘ In both accounts someone has altered 1807 to 1817.

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[VII] [Letter from Jno. S. BUrn, Secretary, to Rev. L. J. Byron, M.A., from 22, Downing Street, May 4th, 1837, returning the RegistersJ 22 Downing Street Sir, May 4th 1837. As the examination of Registers would be of no advantage unless they are to be finally deposited with some Public Officer for safe Custody and as the Roman Catholic Clergy are not willing that their Registers should be so deposited, the Commissioners have directed me to return the Book received from you I am Sir Your mo: obedt Servi Rev d L J Byron MA. Jno. S. Burn SecY [VIII] [Certificate that the chapel at Burton was registered for Marriages on 29 Sept. 1860.J REGISTER NO.2. [There is a second Register, a brown leather-covered cash book, 61 X 4·k inches, into 'ZeJhich Father Byron has copied all the entries of the previous Register, with a few exceptions. There are also some additional entries.J [Inside cover and opposite page mottled paper,' other s'1:de of this last page, fly-leaf and pp. 1 and 2 all blank. Pages numbered from p. 4, which is numbered 2, to p. 28, l1/[;tmbered 30.] [po 3] Extracta e Registro Baptis: &c Capellre, sub invocatione Stl Augustini Angl: Apost: in via vulgo Burton Green, juxta vicum vulgo Christchurch, in comitatu Southampton. [Rest of page copies the title-page, p. 1, of the other Register. The three Keeping entries in Father Byron's hand in the other Register, pp. 19, 22, 23, are missing in this second Register, and the entry Brackan on p. 21 Father Byron enters here as Brackeen. The last baptismal entry is that of Father Byron's own first baptism, recorded on p. 48 in the other Register, and on page 27 in this Second Register. Curiously enough, Father Byron then continues to use the old Register for his baptisms.]

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[po 30] The IOtl1 of July & the loth of Jan Y : are the terms for drawing on Messrs Wright & Co Bankers for the lnt: of £500-5 p. Cents due Xmas being half yearly £11 : 5 : O. Now the Income Tax been taken off £12-10. Lady Day and Michaelmass are the Terms for the half yearly paymt of the Bishop's Grant. Anastasia Lady Mannock, chief Foundress of the Chapel at Burton, died April ye 18th 1814. The Rt Rev Bishop Poynter has ordered that, 011 or about that day, and on or about the 18 of every Month in the year, a Mass [po 31, unnumbered henceforward] shall be said by the incumbent for the repose of her soul in perpetuum But if the funds should fail or be reduced by some unforeseen calamity a proportionable


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reduction in the Masses must take place, as shall be judged necessary, by the Bishop who shall then have the administration of the London District. The same Masses are to be said by any priest who shall receive the Salary, in case it should be transfered to another place. [po 32J An annual commemoration of Mrs Maria Wheble on the 25 April. This was appointed by the Rev: A. Cochet in consequence of l\t11' J as. Wheble giving Twenty pounds towards the building of the Chapel & ratified by the Right Rev Dr Griffiths Oct. 25. 1836. Subscribers to the support of the Chaplain. Ml' Wm Metcalfe N0 8 Rodney Builgs East st New Kent Road London July 18. 1814 ÂŁ1 . 1 . 0 per An . Hrec & omnia prrecedentia extraxi [po 33] ex libro Bap. pro Congregatione Cath: apud vulgo Sopley, Christchurch, Burton Green, Ringwood et partes finitimas. Apud Burton Green Die 3 Maii 1837. Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. [Rest of page, 13 lines, blank.] [p.34. List oj Conyerts copied from loose leaf in other Register, as above.] [po 35 blank.J [po 36] Confirmation lists of August, 1808, July 1811 and Sept. 1817, apparently copied from the loose leaves as given above.] [Bottom of p. 38J Ego Laur: Jos: Byron M.A. in Districtu Lond: attestor prredicta & sequentia extracta in in [sic] omnibus esse conformia cum registris. In cujus fidem huic Testimonio mea manu subscripsi. Apud vulgo Burton Green die 3 Maii, 1837 L. J. Byron M.A. [po 39J Sacramentum Confirmationis receperunt 25 die Octobris 1836 a Rev d D. D. Epis. Griffiths. Nomen bap: Nomen Confir: Josephus Keeping Joannes Josephus Crassey Marcus Maria Argyle Elizabeth Susanna Burt Anastasia Thomas Fergus Augustinus Maria Anna MCGonnegal Anastasia Andrreus Gulielmus Peckford Helena MCGonnegal Winefrida Maria Anna Keeping Francisca Petrus Chapman Josephus Jacobus Sinnott Ricardus Franciscus Argyle Bernardus Ricardus Chantry Dominicus Winifrida Peckford Lucia


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Geo: Sparks to Elizabeth Blacklock, May the 6th 1810 James Pitman to Jane Harbin 8ber 7th 1810 Rob t Blacklock to M: Bellamy, [undated] Alexander MOBride & Margaret, Power were married by me on the 1st of March 1835 in the presence of Matthew, Argyle, Patrick, Sweeney Margaret Driscol &c March 1st 1835 R. Kelly., [po 41 blank.] [po 42J Deaths. Sir Thos: Michael Moore, aged 83. Ap 10 1807 Anna Read 28 April 1808 Margarita Clapcott II Aug t 1808 Joseph Dean [undatedJ John Haines 8 May 1809 Hannah, Hayward 16 May 1810 Mary, Read 26 Oct 1812 15 Jan Y 1813 Ann, Gaylor aged 83 Wm Dean 18 May 1813 Mrs Elizabeth, Howe 4 Aug. 1813 1 Oct. 1815 Wm White of Ringwood John, Clapcott of Sopley 26 Nov: 1815 Richard, Bloomer 18 J anY 1816 17 FebY 1816 Samuel, Bellamy Elizabeth, Green 23 July 1816 Hugh MCGuire 2 Sepr 1817 Thos: Lee aged 68 23 Ap: 1820 [Rest of book blank.J MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS. '

(Copied by the Rt. Rev. John Henry King, Bishop of Portsmouth.)

Gravestones in Sopley Churchyard.

[Copied 29 August 1932.J Here ,lyeth ye body / of Richard Clapcott ~ / who died September / ye 25 1724 aged 80 years ยง In memory of Ann wife of / Richard .Clapcott who after a long / and painfull affliction which i she bore with Christian fortitude / and resignation, departed this life / June the loth 1827 aged 72 years ยง In memory of Richard Clapcott / who departed this life / on the 7th day of February / 183-[? 2J aged 83

* Copied, presumably, from loose leaves now lost.

, All these entries are in the Rev. L. J. Byron's hand. ~ Cf. English Catholic N onju'YoYs, 1715, p. 232. Richard, son of John Clapcott; wife, Mary; children, Elizabeth, John, Dorothy, Barbara, Winifred and Anne. ยง Richard Clapcott of Sopley married Ann Kemp in 1782 (Hants Parochial Registers, St. Michael's in the Soke, Winchester).


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Gravestones in Hampreston Church. [Copied 29 August 1932.] In the Chancel+ H. S. E. Susanna relict of I Geo. Hussey Esq I of Mamhull I in this county / who died I December 24 1760 / Requiescat in pace In the Nave+ Here lieth ye Body of Ml' I Charles Caryll I S.J. who dyed ye 12 day I of June 1745 I R.I.P. Here lieth ye Body of I Mr Caryll S.J. I who dyed . . . . I Feb . . . . 1750 R.I.P. In Hampreston ChurchyardHere lyeth the Body of I John Biddlecombe Senior / who died the [?' ij] day of I April 1682 Here lyeth the Body of I Mary the wife of I John Biddlecombe Senior I who died the 14 day of / December 1694 .y.Here lyeth the Body of I John Biddlecombe I who died the 13t11 / day of June 1709.

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[A coat of arms, like fleurs-de-lys upside down] To the memory of Mr Wm Lacy tIll who died May ye 16 1756 aged 65 I also of Sarah his wife aged 64 I and of Margaret wife of Richard I Clarke who died March 29 th I 1770 aged 42 I also Richard, William and Sarah I their children

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Here lies in hopes of the / joyfull Resurrection the I body of Mary, wife of I Nicholas Gillett I who died February / the 21 st 1746 I aged 68 years [Another stone, which may be that of a CatholicJ Sacred to the memory I of William King I son of Simon and Charity King. In New Milford Churchyard. [Copied 11 February 1935.J [Three large recumbent slabs, much wornJ (1) Here lyeth the body of Richard White§ I of Evilton who departed this life / on the 4th day of September in the 80 th I year of his age Anno Domini 1727 Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth I the wife of Richard White of I Evilton who departed this life I on the 22 11d day of March in the I 50 th year of her age in the year 1711 • Memento homo quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris.

* See Stapehill Introduction, infra, p. 126.

.y. Among these three stones is another, smashed in pieces.

~ Brother of Henry Lacy of Wardour, buried in St. James's, Winchester. See C.RS., x lii, 159, M.L No. 76; Eng. Cath. Nonjurors, p . 45; C.RS., vi, 238. C.RS., vi,238, gives" Margaret" as the name of William Lacy's wife; Payne (Records of English Catholics, p. 52) gives" Mary"; see also p. 12 in Payne's book. § Cf. Eng. Cath. Nonjuro'Ys, p. 233. "Richard White of Evilton in the parish of Milford, clothier. Estate there and at Fawley, for lives of self, daughter Elizabeth, and John Parnell, jun., and house as administrator to his daughter Mary, dec.-£156. 12 . 0."


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[There are a number of other inscriptions on the same slab, but now illegible, as the slab has served as a slide for several generations of boys.] (2) Here lyeth the body of William Lacy I Gent who died .... I 1749 aged 61 [There are other names below, too worn to be legible.] (3) Here lyeth the remains of I Ml"B Hannah wife of R. W. Lacy I . 29 Dec. 1789 aged 18 t a sweet and shorten " and of Richard White Lacy . . . . Dec 3 1797 aged 75 and of Maria Biddlecombe .y. . . . . March 1799

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[Itt a writtett list of the stones, kept in the vestry, was a probable addition to No.2, possibly William Lacy's wife and daughter of Richard White] Lacy Elizabeth May 17 17-Requiescat in pace [In the Burial Register of the Church] ~ Richard White July 2 1791 fI: Margaret wife of Richard White December 18 1795 Richard White Lacy December 3 1797 aged 75 MARRIAGES FROM HANTS PARISH REGISTERS. SOPLEY ยง

1693 James Selnen and Ruth Beddelcom 1694 John Daw and Maggret Larra 1701 Thomas Perkins (Hampreston) and Mary Lane (Christchurch) 1702 Thomas Lane and Mary Etheridge 1703 John Lane and Elizabeth CIapcoat Richard Angell and Betty Barnes

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1706 William PottIe and Clare Bedlecombe " - - Perkins and Mary Wing (both of Christchurch) 10 Oct. 1721 Henricus Wells of Studland and Mary Hart of Nursling 1723 Thomas Pottle and Martha Biddlecomb 1734 John Reeks (Holdenhurst) and Mary King (Ensbury) 1738 Christopher Gannaway (Ringwood) and Betty Tarrant 1739 \Villiam Ayles (HOI"dle) and Mary Scott " John Clapcot and Mary Borne 1741 John Veal (HordIe) and Hannah Saunders 1742 Roger Perkins and Elizabeth Waters 1746 J oh11 Lane and Mary Coffin 1755 J anles Gosling and Mary Clapcot widow 1762 Charles Pearce and Mary Clapcott (Christchurch) 1786 Thomas Blacklock and Sarah Carter widow 1788 Thomas Clapcott and Sarah Filby


No. III THE REGISTERS OF CANFORD AND STAPEHILL, DORSETSHIRE (1772-1856) TRANSCRIBED AND EDITED, WITH HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION, BY CANON R. E. SCANTLEBURY

Canford and Stapehill are not in Hampshire and belong to the present diocese of Plymouth, but, as will be seen by the Introduction to Sopley, they are closely connected with the latter Mission. Therefore it was thought that the Registers of these two Missions might well follow those of Sopley. I am grateful to the Rt. Rev. Lady Abbess of Holy Cross Abbey, Stapehill, for kindly lending me the Registers and for assistance in gathering facts connected with these Missions.

Canford and Stapehill were both Jesuit residences in the" College" (or District) of St. Thomas of Canterbury, commonly known as " Mrs Hants," which covered the counties of Sussex, 'Viltshire, Hampshire and Dorset. Canford, or Canford Magna, or Great Canford, is "a parish in the hundred of Cogdean, division of Shaston, Dorset, Ii miles [southeast] from Wimborn Minster ¡ and luI from London, near the river Stour" (A Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom, Benjamin Pitts Capper, London, 1813). "Stapehill is situated in the Parish of Hampreston in the Hundred of Cranbome, and was formerly included in the Manor of Hampreston, which belonged to the Arundells of Wardour from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century" (La Trappe in England, p. 84, London, 1937). Stapehililies a mile or so north-east of Canford, two and a half to three miles almost due east of Wimborne. "To the north stretched [in 1802J Hampreston Heath, to the east Parley Common and Heme Common, while southwards across the Stour the expanse of Canford Heath and Poole Heath lay between Stapehill and the coast, ten miles distant, where only a desolate line of sandbanks marked the site where the town of Bournemouth was to spring up in the latter half of the nineteenth century" (La Trappe, p. 85). So close together are Canford and Stapehill that a local legend of an underground passage connecting the two has persisted down to the present day. The Manor of Canford was purchased by Sir John Webb in 1611, and that staunch Catholic family no doubt had their resident chaplain from an early date, and Stapehill probably owes its origin to the same family (Oliver, Collections, p. 52; La Trappe, pp. 86, 88), but the long list of recusants in Hampreston in 1592 (see Sopley Introduction) is evidence of a priest's presence in the area at that earlier date. CANFORD.

Brother Foley (Records S.]., v, 797; iii, 410-1) says that the date when the Society entered upon the Mission of Canford is uncertain, but that it must have been as early as 1658. Dr. Oliver, alluding to the secrecy of the Penal Days, says: "In vain have I attempted to


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form out the list of incumbents at . . . . Canford . . . . " (Collections, p. 177). Father Anthony Bonville, or Bovill (alias Terrill), who was born at Canford in 1621, entered the English College, Rome, 4 December 1640, and gave the following biographical details of himself: " I am the son of Humphrey and Maria Bonville, born at Canford in the county of Dorset, where I was brought up till my fifteenth year. . . . My parents are of very high and illustrious families, although they are not at the present time rich or opulent. My mother is a Catholic, my father was much estranged from the Catholic faith, but as I have lately heard by a letter from the Rev. Father Bennett, he now greatly desires to embrace the faith and law of Christ. I have five brothers and one sister, all of whom, except my sister, were brought up in heresy; but I myself, thanks be to God, with three of my brothers, was brought out of the darkness of heresy with the true and ever clear light of Christ , and the Catholic faith, by the assistance of the Rev. Fathers Bennett and Webb" (Foley, Records S.]., iii, 420; d. La Trappe, pp. 86-7). From this it would appear that Fathers Bennett and Webb were in this area in the 1630s, and the former also in the . 1640s. Father Thomas B8DJlett, S.}., vere 'l'homas Blac1dan, was sent on the Mission in 1634 and died 10 December 166J/4. Father Webb is not so easily identified. The only Jesuit of that name-Dr. Oliver gives no secular named Webb-who fits in with the dates is Father Thomas Webb, a native of Gloucestershire, born 1575, but he is said to have spent the whole of his missionary life, from 1621 to 1658, in the College of St. Francis Xavier (North and South Wales District) (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 62, 824; iii, 410). It is possible that the Rev. Charles Stafford, S.}., alias Charles Hills, was at Canford at some period after 1706 (Foley, Rec01'ds S.]., vii, 727, 911; C.R.S., xiii, 186 and note-in this note Foley's reference is misprinted 717, instead of 727). He worked in the H ampshire District for many years and was its Rector in 1708. He died at Ghent 29 February 1732, aged 80. He may, therefore, have been at Canford until succeeded by Father Michael Jenison, S.}., who was chaplain to the Webb family at Can ford in 1724. He was a native of Durham, born 29 September 1655/6, entered the Society 7 September 1675, was ordained 8 December 1683. In 1701 and for many years he worked in the Hants District, and died at Watten 17 N ovember 1735, (Foley, R ecords S.]., vii, 400; Oliver, Collections, p. 336). The next priest recorded is Father Thomas Talbot, S.}., alias Mansell, who was at Canford before 1764. He was born in Lancashire 21 } uly 1717; studied at St. Orner; entered the Society in 1735, and was on the mission in London from 1764 till his death, 12 October 1799 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 759; Oliver, Collections, p. 419). Brother Foley gives the Rev. George Clarkson at Canford in 1765 (Recoras S.]., vii, 136). The Rev. John Couche, S.J., was also there, probably in the 1770s. He was the son of William Couche and his wife, the daughter of Charles Hoskins, of Ibberton, Dorset, and was born at Tolfrey, near Fowey, in Cornwall, 14 April 1744; studied at St. Omer and entered the Society 7 December 1762. The last twenty-two years of his missionary We are said to have been spent

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at Southend, Soberton, Hampshire, but he appears again at Stapehill, as stated below. He died at Greenwich 29 December 1813 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 177; Oliver. Collections, p. 277). In December 1794 Sir John Webb and his only daughter and heiress, Lady Barbara, fifth countess of Shaftesbury, offered Canford House to the English Carmelite or Teresian nuns from Hoogstraet. They had arrived in England on 13 July of that year and had lived at Friars Place. Acton, until the December. "With them from Belgium came the Belgian Jesuit Father, the H.ev. Henry John loris, S.J., whom Dr. Oliver calls Jonis and says that his real name was George Henry J olm. He was the son of Henry J oris and Joanna Catherine (Sientenoy) and was born in London 27 January 1733. He studied under the Jesuits at Antwerp and was admitted to the Belgian Province 3 September 1752. He had been Director to the Teresian nuns at Hoogstraet for many years and came with them to England in July, and to Canford in December, dying there 9 July 1796. His burial is recorded in the parish register on 12 July (Foley, Records S.].. vii, 409; Oliver, Collections, pp. 140, 237; C.R.S., xii, 53). His successor is classed among the Jesuits by Dr. Oliver, and is given as "ex S.J." in the obituary list, but he was disowned by Brother Foley, who says that he was a secular. He was the Rev. Christopher Wright, who served Canford and the Teresian nuns until his death there 18 March 1799 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 869; Oliver, Collections, p. 442; C.R.S., xii, 68). He was followed by the Rev. James Philip Bourgeois, S.J., whose alias was Beeston, who was born in French Flanders 5 January 1738. He was at Canford from 1799 till his death 19 May 1801. Two baptisms only were entered by him, in July and November 1799. After his death two more baptisms were entered, one in July 1801 by an Abbe Le Franc, and the second in January 1802 by the Abbe Alexandre Cochet. It would seem therefore that the next priest, the Rev. James Willacy, did not arrive until early in 1802. No baptisms were recorded by him during his term of office. He ,vas born in Lancashire in 1738, entered Douay 17 October 1749, was ordained in 1762 and stayed on as Professor until 23 July 1764. Most probably he went straight to the school at Standon Lordship, and after three years at Standon and two at Hare Street was appointed first Headmaster of Old Hall Green in 1769, a post he l"etained until 1792. During those twenty-three years he was also Parish Priest of Old Hall. His last years, until his death 25 September 1805. were spent at Canford House (C.R.S .â&#x20AC;˘ xii, 93; xxviii, 261 and note; B. Ward, Hist. oj St. Edmund's College, pp. 37-8, 332, 334; G. Oliver, Collections, pp. 288, 437-8). The next priest was the former cure of St. Remi, in the diocese of Coutances, the Abbe Jacques Florentius Duval, who remained at Canford till his death, 30 March 1817, at the age of fifty-six (G. Oliver, Collections, p. 288). Dr. Oliver says that he succeeded on the death of the Rev. James vVillacy, but the Registers show that he was there earlier, probably during an illness of his predecessor, at least from August 1804. Another French priest followed, the Abbe Jean Baptiste Marest. He was born at Tour de Ville 1 April

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1768* and was ordained in Winchester in Whitsun week 1793, by the Bishop of Rodez . Shortly afterwards he was attached to Lord ~'\rundell's family at Wardour, taking charge of the parish as well on the resignation of the Rev. E. Nihell, S.l., in 1801. There he remained until 26 July 1817. At that date, on account ofinfirmities, he became director to the Carmelite nuns at Canford. When Lady Barbara-the only child of Anthony Ashley, fifth Earl of Shaftesbury, by his wife Barbara (Webb)-married Francis Spenser Ponsonby (created Lord de Mauley in 1838) on 5 August 1814, the Carmelite nuns were given ten years in which to vacate Canford House and find another residence. They left Canford therefore in September 1825. Sailing on the 14th, they reached Thorigny, between Chcrbourg and Coutances, on the 24th, the Abbe Marest journeying with them. In September 1830 they moved to Valognes. The Abbe Marest, who went with them, remained there till his death, 3 FebrualY 1849 (G. Oliver, Collections, pp. 141-2, 194, 354, 385). After the nuns' departure the Mission of Canford was united to that of Stapehill, and Mass was said on Sundays at Canford only when Lady Barbara was in residence. For this purpose one of the retired priests living as boarders at Stapehill would go over. Among the retired priests who lived there were the Abbe Fran90is Langlois, formerly priest at Southampton; the Abbe 1acques Normand, mentioned below, who presided over the election of the Prioress, as Bishop Collingridge's delegate, in 1827, and at the same time made a Canonical Visitation; and the Rev. Richard Towers, O.S.B., who died there 10 March 1844. All three are buried in the cemetery at Stapehill (La Trappe, pp. 129-30). A visit of the Franciscan nuns at Winchester to the nuns at Canford and Stapchill, in 1807, is described in C.R.S., xxiv, 101. STAPEHILL.

Of Stapehill ~ Brother Foley says "This place will ever be one of great interest to the members of the English Province. Its secluded position made it a place of resort for the Fathers of the District, who were enabled to maintain a school here in secret:I: during the penal times. Many of them also are interred in its burial ground "-but one of the Cistercian community later wrote "No trace of their tombs is to be found" (Foley, Records 5.J., v, 817-8; La Trappe, p. 88; G. Oliver, Collections, p. 42). In later years, apparently towards the end of the seventeenth century, the annual meetings of the College of St. Thomas of Canterbury were regularly held at Stapehill. In 1721 Henry Lord Arundell gave a lease of Stapehill valued at £30, and in 1736 a memorandum states « The good gentleman at Stapehill to have £5 per annum for the assisting at Odstock" (Foley, Records 5.J., v, 789n, 814n). Few details are available of the earlier priests who served this Mission. Father Thomas Bennett, S.]., has already been recorded as being somewhere in this ~rea in the 1630s and 1640s. There is a possibility that Father ;rohn Robinson, S.}., alias Taylor, alias Valentine Upsall, was in the district after 1655. He was born between 1598 and Canon Plasse gives Coutances as his diocese (Le Clergc Fran~ais Rtjugie en Angleterre, ii. 414). ~ Probably derived from Steep Hill. Dr. Oliver quotes an amusing and bigoted account of this school, loco cit.

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1600, the son of John Robinson of Upsall Castle, Yorkshire, and entered the English College, Rome, 13 October 1616. He received all the Minor Orders in 1617 and entered the Society in 1620. Sent on the Mission in 1628, he worked in the Durham and Yorkshire Districts, being twice arrested-in 1628 and 1652. After his release the second time he worked in the Yorkshire and Hampshire Districts, dying in the latter 20 eptember 1675. A relic belonging to him is still preserved in the Abbey at Stapehill, v,Thich suggests a possible connexion with this Mission (Foley, R ecords S.]., vii, 658- 9; C.R.S ., xxxvii, 178; La Trappe in England, pp. 86-7) . The earliest recorded Missioner lS Father Michael Jenison, S.J., from 1686 to 1690. He has already been mentioned above as being at Canford in 1724. Brother Foley does not record his stay at Stapehill, but the dates are given by the aut..llor of La Trappe in England (p. 87) . From that time onwards Stapehill was served regularly by the Jesuits and their small school maintained here. An article in The Rock (the magazine of St. Peter's School, Southbourne, December 1942) says" there is mention that Father Edward Poynes was teaching in this District, 'probably at Stapehill,' from 1704 to 1706." Brother Foley does not give this Father in his list, and no authority for the above statement is quoted. The first name we have been able definitely to trace is that of the Rev. Charles Caryll, S.J., alias Cartlton, ~ at Stapehill from 1738 to 1745. He was the son of Philip Caryll of Shipley, and was born in Sussex 10 October 1685. He entered the Society 7 September 1704. He died at Stapehill 12 June 1745 and was buried in Hampreston Church.:t He was succeeded by the Rev. Richard Caryll, S.J., son of John, the second Lord Caryll, who was first cousin to the Rev. Charles Caryll mentioned above. Richard was born in Sussex 2 April 1692 and entered the Society 7 September 1711. From 1722 to 1724 he was at Ladyholt under the name of Paul Kelly, from 1724 to 1727 at Bonham, and at Cheeseburn Grange, Newcastle-on-Tyne, from 1727 till he succeeded at Stapehill, where he died 18 February 1750 and was also buried in Hampreston Church:t (Foley, Records S.J., iii, 534; vii, 122; G. Oliver, Collections, p. 260; La Trappe, p. 88). The following Jesuit priests also served Stapehill, though their dates cannot be determined. Father Hermenegild Carpenter, S.J., who was born in Lille in Fe1Jruary 1702/3 and entered the Society 7 September 1721. He died at Bury St. Edmunds 12 April 1770 (Foley, Records S.J., vii, 116; G. Oliver, Collections, p. 259). His period at Stapehill would be after 1746. Father Henry Brent, S.J., alias Aspinall, who was born in Lancashire 25 March 1715, entered the Society 7 September 1734, and died at Irnham 9 January 1784 (Foley, Records S.J., vii, 81; G. Oliver, Collections, p. 246). He must have been at Stapehill before the suppression of the Society, i.e. before 1773. Father George Clarkson, S.J., was sent to Stapebillin 1770-1. He was born at Southhill, Chorley, 4 May 1739, and joined the Society 7 September 1758. He died at The authority for this statement is an account of the early history of Plymouth diocese drawn up by the late Bishop Keily. This appears to be based upon the Rev. B. W. Kelly's English Catholic Missions (p. 372), and must therefore be treated with reserve. ~ Mary, sister of the Rev. Charles Caryll's grandfather, married Sir John Webb of Canford (Foley, Records S.]., iii, 534, Caryll pedigree). ~ See their M.I.s, supra, p. 119.

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Southhill 5 November 1813 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 136; G. Oliver, Collections, p. 263). At an unspecified date the Hon. Father Robert Dormer, S.J., was also said to be there. He was born in Buckinghamshire 26 February 1726, entered the Society 7 September 1743, and died at Wappenbury 4 May 1792 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 206; G. Oliver, Collections, pp. 115, 287). Dr. Oliver (Collections, pp. 356-7) also places Father William Molyneux, S.J., at Stapehill, though Brother Foley makes no mention of this Mission in his notice of the Father (Records S.]., vii, 516). He vvas born in Lancashire 1 February 1726, entered the Society 7 September 1748, and died at Bryn in Lancashire 30 April 1789 (C.R.S ., xii, 31). We are on surer ground with Father James Porter, S.J., who dates the baptismal register from 18 May 177()-"":' though his first baptism was in 1772. His last baptism was in August 1798, but he countersigns a baptism in April 1799 by, judging from the writing, a French priest, the Abbe C. Maurice. Father Port~r's successor dates his succession from 22 December 180l. James Porter was born in Belgium 9 November 1733 and entered the Society 7 September 1752. In 1763 he was in the Derby district and subsequently in Beckford, Gloucestershire, and Salisbury before coming to Stapehill. He died at Portico, near St. Helens, 28 March 1810 (Foley, Records S.]., vii, 616; G. Oliver. Collections, p. 385). His successor, the Abbe Alexandre Cochet, was here until 1811, when he went to Sopley. Mother Augustin de Chabannes and three other Cistercian nuns disembarked at St. Catherine's Docks, London, in March 180l. For ten months they lived at Blyth House, Brook Green, Hammersmith. They were anxious to secure a place where they could receive assitance from monks of their own Order. A small community of six Cistercian monks was established at Lulworth Park through th~ generosity of Mr. Thomas Weld. In 1796 they took possession of their newly-built monastery of St. Susan at Lulworth. Some twenty miles to the north-east of the monastery, at Stapehill. was a small property belonging to Lord Arundell of Wardour. This was given to the Cistercian nuns. In January 1802 they removed to Burton House, kindly lent to them by Lady Mannock, and there the Abbe Gilles Viel acted as their chaplain. On 21 October 1802 they-now nine in numberentered their monastery (later raised to the rank of Abbey) of the Holy Cross of Our Lady of La Trappe. On their arrival at Stapehill the last Jesuit missioner was still in residence there, Father John Couche, S.J. He then moved to an old cottage known as the" Pilgrim's house," or " Pilgrimage," and lived on there for some time, with two pupils. During the week Mass was said by the Abbe Alexandre Cochet, who went on Sundays to say Mass at Sopley. Pere Antoine, whose full name was Anne Nicolas Charles Saulnier de Beauregard, was their Confessor and rode over on horseback every Saturday from Lulworth, returning on the Monday. He was born in Joigny, Champagne, 20 August 1764. Doctor of the Sorbonne and Canon of Sens, he was ordained in 1789. He came to London in 1794 and entered the Cistercian community in June 1795. He was elected its fourth Prior in 1810! when he ceased to oact ,as Confessor, and .i n 18i3 was 'solemnly blessed as Abbot of the monastery . (newly raised to the dignity of an Abbey by Pope Pius VII) .in London by Bishop Poynter, in August of that year. He died at Melleray, near Nantes, 6 January 1839. One baptism by him is recorded in May 1807 (La Trappe in England, chaps. viii, ix, x; G. Oliver, Collections, pp. 217. 407). The Cistercian monks sailed from


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Weymouth on 10 July 1817, and established themselves at Melleray in Brittany. In the earliest account book at Stapehill Abbey the following agreement ,vith the Abbe Cachet, in Mother Augustin de Chabannes's hand, can be read: "La Maison est engagee avec Ie Chapelain de Stape Hill a 20ÂŁ Sterlin, que nos peres ont eu la bonte de charge de payer jusqu a ce que la maiSOll fut en etat de Ie faire. En outre de fournir tous les ans 25 boisseaux de charbon et 2ÂŁ. lOs. pour Ie reste de son chaufage qui! se fournit comme i! juge a propos. La maison n'est tenue qu a lui charier ses tourbes et cela autant qu'elle aura des chevaux, un seul homme. C'est a lui a fournir les autres necessaires. Cest les arrangements pris avec lui En presence du Reverend Pere Marie Bernard. R. P. J. Baptiste P Antoine et la Sreur Augustin. On lui Blanchit son linge a lui seul a lui fournir tous les jours une pinte de lait chaud." The Abbe Cochet, and his successor, lived in a small thatched cottage close to the chapel. This was demolished after 1826 and the infirmary kitchen built on the site. The Abbe Andre De Laporte was the successor (La Trappe, p. 98; G. Oliver, Collections, p. 384), and he records the baptisms until August 1816, and one baptism in the Canford Register in June 1822. There are also two more baptisms by hinl in the Canford Register in February and March 1826. These were after the departure of the Carmelite nuns and after the Registers had been handed over, and may therefore be of children in the Canford area. One baptism is recorded in February 1825 by the Abbe Jacques Normand. He lived on at Stapehill till his death, at the age of eightytwo, 14 January 1842, (La Trappe, p. 130). Dr. Oliver (Collections, pp. 190, 365) calls him Nicholas, says that he was of the diocese of Rouen, born 1 January 1760, and that he supplied in several places in the Midland District, was at Tor Abbey for a short while and retreated to Spetisbury before coming to Stapehill. Pere Palemon, vere Nicolas Rousselin, opened the new Register in 1817. He was of a noble family-one account calls him Count Nicolas Rousselin-born at St. Malo in 1770. At the outbreak of the Revolution he was an ecclesiastical student and was thrown into the same prison in Paris as Mother Augustin de Chabannes. On the death of Robespierre he was released and made his way to Jersey, thence to Lulworth, where he began his novitiate in 1795. From 1810 to 1817 he was Confessor to the nuns. When the Cistercian monks left for France in 1817 he remained behind as resident chaplain at Stapehill, fulfilling that office till his death, 19 May 185l. Dr. Oliver (Collections, p. 441) says that a Cistercian Father Odillon (William WooUrey) ""as assistant chaplain here after his ordination in 1827. He was born, presumably at Lulworth, 8 October 1803. The Rev. William Young, styled by Dr. Oliver" one of the apostles of Cornwall" (p. 443), baptized here in May 1852. Pere Palemon was succeeded by another Cistercian, Father Francis Andrew Hawkins, who had first arrived to assist him in May 1840. He was born at Wardour in 1795, entered Lulworth in 1808, went with the monks to France, as a novice, in 1817, and was ordained at Nantes in 1822. It was he who collected the funds for the new church (La Trappe, pp. 134-5). Two other Cistercians were living with Pere Palemon at Stapehill in 1848, Pere Jean Baptiste, aged 80, and a young Irish priest, Father Francis Walsh, O.Cist. The latter was here from 1845 to 1849. In May 1849 he was Prior of Mount Melleray, and in January 1850 went to America as Superior of the newly-founded New Melleray. In Decem-


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ber 1847 a marriage was entered by the Rev. Ralph Brindle (G. Oliver, Collections, pp. 187, 248), and baptisms in 1854 by the Rev. J. B. Anderson, and in 1855 by the Rev. Richard L. Schofield. This last priest came in 1854 and stayed in the guest-house nearly eighteen months. Father Andrew Hawkins remained at Stapehill till his death, 1 May 1866 (La Trappe, p. 153). The following priests came to assist Father Andrew Hawkins: The Revv. William Young, in 1853. Robert Smyth, O.Cist., for a few months in 1856. (He was there also in 1851, painting the Altar.-La Trappe in England, p. 151.) Joseph Bunn, C.P., for a few weeks in ] 857. - - . McEvOY, from the beginning of 1857 to the middle of 1858. Luke O'Kelly, 1858-60. Father Placid, O.Cist., 1860-August 1861. John Magini, August 1861-February 1866. - - . O'Brien, for a few months in 1866. The following priests have served Stapehill since Father Hawkins's death: The Revv. David Walsh, O.Cist., from Mount Melleray, 1866, till his death 13 January 1878, aged 66. James Hayes, O.Cist., from Mount Melleray, 1878-1882. Austin Collins, O.Cist., from Mount St. Bernard's, 1882January 1913 (he also lived at the Priory as assistant from 1868-1882). He died at Mount St. Bernard's, 29 January 1919, aged 91. Celsus O'Connell, O.Cist., from Mount St. Bernards, as assistant for a few months in 1912, and was replaced by Leo Fitzgerald, O.Cist., of Mount St. Joseph Abbey, Roscrea, who succeeded Father Austin Collins and had charge of the Mission February-Octoher 1913. Edward Damen, October 1913-19. Patrick Morton, 1919-24. Charles Scanlan, 1924-5. Canon Michael Burns, 1925-7, assisted by

J. Doody Patrick Tobin, 1927-33. Frederick Biggs, February-July 1933. Emmanuel McGinley, July 1933-7. William Moylan, 1937-44. Walter Conway, 1944-7. Robert Andras, 1947Since 1938 Father Kieran Shorten, O.Cist., has also been in residence as chaplain to the Community. THE REGISTERS

The Canford Register (1796-1826)-Register No.3 in this transcript-consists of thirty-eight pages of plain white paper, the first sbc and the last four pages of apparently different texture and size from the rest. One leaf has been cut out after the first six pages, and ten leaves before the last four. The whole has been stitched into rough, obviously borne-made, dark brown cardboard covers, and these cardboard covers have in turn been encased in a cover of loose wbite I


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pap r, now much frayed, worn and darkened. It would seem that the 1804-26 portion of the Register has been sewn in as an inset to the earlier Register. This would explain the statement at the end of the Register that " these two Registers" were delivered at Stapehill. The pages of the earlier Register measure 6-~ X 4 inches. the pages of th '3 inset 6i X 4 inches. This Can ford Register is sandwiched between two other Registers, which have been stitched into the same covers to preserve them. In front is the Stapehill Register of the Rev. James Porter, S.}., from 1772 to 1799-Register No. 1 in this transcript. This is a thin notebook, with marbled-paper covers, of eighteen pages, each page measuring 5-l X 3~ inches. It is entirely in the hand of the Rev. } ames Porter, except for the last entry. At the back is another Stapehill Register (1801-16)-Register No. 2 in this transcript. This is only half a notebook, without covers. The other half was apparently used for another purpose, and the leaves, seven in number, have been cut away, leaving a margin sufficient to hold the other seven leaves together. Each page. measures 6ft X 3t inches. The Rev. James Porter summarized the baptisms of his previous Register in its first pages. It was then used by successive priests to record their baptisms. Register No.4, i.e. Stapehill No. 3 (1817-50), is a vellum-covered volume, measuring 7"j~i X 6t inches, similar to those used in other Missions, e.g. Brockhampton, Gosport and Cowes. The pages are of plain white paper, cash-ruled, ;md each page measures 7t1f X 61 inches. None of these Registers js paginated; pagination has been supplied in this transcript. The last Register is carried to a late date, 1856, but the whole Register is here transcribed in accordance with the Catholic Record Society's rule that Registers must be transcribed in their entirety.

No.1. STAPEHILL. Catalogus die 183, Maji an. 1770

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Die 17a Octri9 1772 baptisatus est Josephus Sparks, natus die 14:a ejusdem mensis, filius Tho. et Mar. Sparks J.P. conjugum J ac. Porter. [po 2J Die 27 a Junii an. 1774 baptizata est Joanna King, filin Joannis (acathcl) King et Marire King Conjugum. Susceperunt Geor. et Anna Barnes. Ita Jac. Porter. [Rest of the page blank.] [po 3J Die 25 Febu 1776 Baptizatus est Joannes Moore filius JoanlS Moore et Marth. Froud (acat.) conjugum. Susceptore ita J. Porter. Fr. Kippin. Die 17 a Martii ann. 1776, Baptizn.ta est Elizabetha King filia Joan lS King (acath.) et Marire King Conjugum.. Susceperunt Anna Barnes ct J os. Gillet. ita J ac. Porter Die 26 a Decembris 1776, baptisatus est Thomas Scot, filius [blank] Scot (acathcl) et Annre Marire Purchase conjugum. Natus est 29 a N ov1s et Susceperunt J oannes Brown et Maria Hinnon. J. Porter

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[Po 4] Die 24:1 l\Iaii an. 1778 Baptizata est Sara King Joannis King (acath.) et Marire King conjugum filia. Nata est 180. ejusdem men. et susceperunt Jacobus Brown et Catharina Kipping. Ja. Porter. Die 18a Junii anni 1779, Baptizata est Anna Catharina Bugden filia Jacobi et Maria: Bugden. Nata est die 13a ejusdem J ac. Porter. Mensis; Et suscepit Eliz. BidcUecomb. [p o 5J Die 183, Junii anni 1780, Baptizatus est Petrus filius Marire Biddlecomb, natus die 16a ejusdem mensis: Susceptore Jacobo Bugden. J ac. Porter. Die 17a Septembris Anni 1781, Baptisatus est a me Gulielmus Brown, filius Jacobi Brown et Marice Biddlecomb Catholm N atus die 16a ejusdem ~.fensis. Susceperunt Josephus Brown, et Elizab. Biddlecomb. ' Ita testor Jac. Porter. [po 6] Die 9a Martii, Anni 1782 Baptizatus est a me Gulielmus Tubbs, filius Gulielmi Tubbs (acathCi) et Elizabethre Brown, Natus est die 6a ejusdem Mensis; et Susceperunt Jos. Barnes, et Anna Brown. Ita testor J ac. Porter. Die 31 a Martii, Anni 1782 Baptizatus est a. me Thomas filius Marire Bugden Vidure. Natus est die 303. ejusdem mensis, et Susceperunt Tho s Brown, Et Eliza Tubbs. Ita test or J ac. Porter. [po 7] Die 2a J unii, Anni 1782, Baptisatus est a. me J oannes Scot filius - - Scot acatholici, et Marire Purchase conjugum Suscepit Jacobus Brown. Natus est l1 a die Maii. Ita testor Jac. Porter. Die 20:1 Octobris Anni 1782 Baptizata est a. me Maria King filia Joannis King (Acatholici) et Marire King conjugum. Nata est undecima ejusdem mensis; et Susceperunt Isac Frye et Arula Barnes J. Porter. [po 8J Die Decima Nona Septembris Anni 1784, Baptizata est a me Anna Phrebe Brown filia Roberti Brown (acatholici) et Annre Barnes Conjugum. Nata est Die 17a Ejusdem Mensis, et Susceptores fuere Tho. Brown et Anna Brown. Ita J Porter. Die 20 a Feb. 1785 Baptizatus est a nle Henricus Tubbs, natus die 18~1. ejusdem mensis. Susceptoribus Tho. Brown, et Maria. Bugden. Ita testor Jac. Porter. [po 9J Die 12 a Julii Anni 1785, Baptizatus est a me Teresa Brown filia Jacobi et Marire Brown Cath m et conjugum. Nata est die l1 a ejusdem men. et Suscepit Gulielmus Brown. ita J Porter. Die 250. J unii Anni 1786, Baptizatus est a me Robertus King, filius Martini King et [blanh] conjugum. Natus est die 240. ejusdem mensis; Susceptoribus Joannes Sparks, et Maria Bugden juniore. Jac. Porter. [po 10] Die 21 a J anuarii Anni 1787 Baptizata est a me Barbara Lambert filia Marice Lambert. Sponsoribus Joseph Gillet et Elizabetha Tubbs. J Porter.


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Die 21 a Octobris An. 1787 Baptisata est a me Martha Ladden filia J oanS Ladden et Annre Corbin, sponsoribus J osepho Gillet et Lydia Barnes. J Porter. [po IIJ Die 150. Decemb. 1787 baptisata est a me Maria Bond filia Marire Bond Vagre. Patrino Gulielmo Barnes. J. Porter Die 17 a Febrii 1788, Baptisata est Martha King filia Marthre King Solutre; Matrina Maria Bugden. J Porter Die 25 a Maii 1788 Baptizatus est Thomas Tubbs, Sponsoribus J Porter. Tho. Brown et Maria Barnes. [po 12J Die 1a Julii Anni 1788, Baptisatus est a me Gem'gius Sparks; Sponsoribus Joanne Sparks et [blank] Brown. J Porter Die 31 a Oct. Anni 1790 B aptisatus est a me Basilius Sparks; Sponsoribus Gulielmus [sic] Bugden et Maria Sparks. J. Porter. Die 6a Martii 1791, Baptisatus est a me Jacobus Tulk; Sponsoribus Gulielmo Bugden et J oalma Sparks. J. Porter [po 13J Die loa Aprilis 1791, Baptizatus est a me Elizabetha Lawden (nata die 3a) Sponsoribus Lydia Barnes et Josepho Gillet. J Porter. Die 73. Octobris 1792 Baptizatus est a me Jacobus King J Porter. Sponsoribus Thoma et Maria Brown conjugs Die 2 a Novembris An. 1792 Baptizata est a me Maria Anna Lawden, nata 28 a die Octobris; Sponsoribus Gulielmo Bugden et Brigitta Budden. . J Porter [po 14] Die 30a Januarii An. 1793 Baptizata est a me Barbara Sparkes, pridie nata. Sponsoribus Jacobo Sparkes et Maria Brow·n. J ac. Porter Die l1 a Junii An. 1793, Baptizata est a me Maria Tulk, eadem die· Nata. Sponsor. Joanna Sparks. J ac. Porter Die 29 a Sept1s 1793 Baptizatus est a me Jacobus Sparkes filius Joan.nis et Joannre Sparkes natus die 270.. Sponsoribus Thoma Sparkes et Maria Sparkes. J ac. Porter. [po 15J Die 24 a N ovembris An. 1793 Baptizatus est a me Gulielmus Kippen filius Joannis et Elizabethre Kippen. N atus die 22 a • Sponsoribus Gulielmo Kippen, et Maria ejusdem Matre. Jac. Porter Die 80. Junii Anni 1795 Baptizata est a me Joanna Sparks filia Ambrosii et Marire Sparks Conjugum. Susceptoribus Thoma Sparks et Maria Brown. Nata est die sexta ejusdem mensis. J Porter. [po 16J Die 110. Octob. Anni 1795 Baptizatus est a me Ambrosius Sparks filius Joannis et Joannre Sparks Conjugum. Susceptoribus Thoma et Maria Sparks. N atus est die 12 a Sep. J Porter. Die 1a Maii An. 1796 Baptizata est a me Carolina Dimmock filia Richardi Dimock [sic] et Brigittre Budden. Suscepit illam J Porter. Maria Collins.


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Die 18a lVfartii An. 1798, Baptizata e. t a me Elizaba. Sparks filia Joans et Joan:e Sparks conjugum. Susceperunt illam Tho s Sparks et Maria Sparks. J Porter. [po 17J Die 26a. Augusti A.nni 1798, Baptizatus est a me Mathreus Bayly filius Gull et Winifr<e Bayly. Suscepit illum Maria Collins. J Porter. [In. another hand] die go. aprilis anni 1799 baptisatus est a me Carolus Kane georgii filius Susceptore joseph jilet ita testor C. Maurice J Porter [Rest of the page blank.] [po It:>] [J-Vriting upside down] Catalogus Confirmatorum ab Anno Dom. 1772 Die 50. J unii 1772 Maria Biddlecomb.

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Catalogus ~ Baptizatorum a me Jacobo Porter Presbo a Die 180. Maii Anni 1770 1772. Josephus Sparks. 1773. Francisca Tubbs. 1774. Maria Scot.:; 1774. Albanus Gillet.; 1774. Joanna King. 1775. Jacobus Bugden.; 1779.[sic] Joannes Moore.§ 1776. Elizabetha King. 1776. Thomas Scot. 1778. Sarah King. 1779. Anna Cath. Bugden.

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1780. Petrus Brown.~ 1781. Gulielmus Brown. 1782. Gulielmus Tubbs. 1782. Thomas Bugden. 1782. Joannes Scott. 17782.[sic]Maria King.

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French hand. A summary of the baptisms in Register No. 1. :I: These four baptisms are not recorded in Register No. 1. § This baptism is recorded under date 25 February 1776 in Register No.1 ; 1779 is evidently a mistake. Entered in Register No.1 as « Peter son of Mary Biddlecomb"; the next entry, however, in the next year, is of " 'Villiam Brown son of James Brown and Mary Biddlecomb." >JC

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21. 1787. Barbara Lambert. Oct. 21. 1787. Martha Ladden. Dec. 15. 1787. Maria Bond. Feb. 17. 1788. Martha King. Maii 25. 1788. Thomas Tubbs. Julii 1:1 1788. Gorgius [sic] Sparks. Oct. 31 a 1790. Basilius Sparks. Mar. 6. 1791. J aco bus Tulk. Apr. 10. 1791. Elizabetha La wden. Oct. 7. 1792. Jacobus King. Nov. 2. 1792. Maria La wden. Jan. 30. 1793. Barbara Sparks. [po 4] Junii 11 a 1793. Maria Tulk. Sep. 29 a 1793. Jacobus Sparks. Nov. 24 a 1793. Gulielmus KippeJf. J unii 8a 1795. Joanna Sparks. Oct. II a 1795. Ambrosius Sparks. Maii I a 1796. Carolina Dimock. Mar. 18a 1798. Elizabetha Sparks. Aug. 26. 1798. Mathreus Bayly. [The next ent1y in the Abbe Cochet's ltand, and thenceforward all in his hand un#l p. II. J Aprilis 9 a 1799. Carolus Cane. ~ Ex Congregatione dicta Stapehill Confirmati sunt ab Illust mo Rev mo Episcopo: G: G: Sharrock ~ 1802 Jacobus Tulck Georgius Sparks Elysabeth Cane. Teresa Brown. 1805. ยง Carolina Slades (olim Coombs) [po 5J Alexander Cochet Presbyter, successit Rev do Dfio Jacobo Porter, Die 22 a Decembris 1801. Ego infra Scriptus testor, Thomam Coombs filium Guillelmi & Theresire (olim . Blades) Conjugum, natum die decima nona

* Cross in MS. calling attention to four entries omit ted and inserted on

[p o 3].

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Spelt " Kane" in Reglster No.1. The Rt. Rev. William Gregory Sharrock, O.S.B., Bishop of Telmessus, consecrated 12 August 1780, Coadjutor Western District; V.A. Western Djstrict 1797- 1809. ยง 1804 is given ::t few entrIes below.


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January, a me baptisatum fuisse vigesima die ejusdem mensis, anno Dfii 1804. Patrinus fuit Richardus Sparks, Matrina Maria Slades. A. Cochet Miss: ApCUS [monogramJ Die 8a. Junii 1804 natus & die 9a Baptisatus fuit, Josephus Gillet, Filius Albani & Eleonorce Gillet (olim Barker) Conjugum: Patrinus [po 6] fuit Thomas Sparks, Matrina Barbara Cane, a me A. Cochet Miss o ApCO ~ Die 17 a Septembris 1804 Confinnata est Caroleta Slades (oHm Coombs) quce in Confirmatione Marice nomen assumpsit. A. Cochet Miss. Apost. Die 18n. Septembris 1804 natus & die 30 a Baptisatus fuit Guillelmus Filius [7 ems. of writing scored] J oannce King, Patrinus fuit Tho s Sparks, Matrina Maria Tulck; a me A. Cochet Miss o ApCO Die loa Maii 1800 & Die 16a Decembris 1804 Baptisatus fuit Carolus Burt, Filius [naturalis Joannis Rich & scored) [po 7] Elisabethce Burt, Patrinus Richardus Sparks, Matrina Elisabetha Burt, a me A. Cochet Miss o ApCO Die 6a Martii 1805 natus & die 15a ejusdem mensis Baptisatus est Petrus Frampton, Filius Guillelmi & Annce (olim Burt) Conjugum. Patrinus Georgius Barnes, Matrina Maria Hearskell; a me A. Cochet Misso ApO Die 18:1 Junii 1805 natus & die 19a ejusdem mensis Baptisat us fuit Aloysius Slades, filius Bernardi & Carolince Slades (oHm Coombs) Conjugum: Patrinus fuit Carolus Hocque Matrina [Nobilis seoredJ Domina [po 8J Anastasia Mannock; a me A. Cochet Miss o Apco m + Die 5:1 Julii vide pag: sequen: Die 18a Octobris natus & die 17 a N ovembris 1805 baptisatus est Guillelmus Sparks Filius Joannis & J oanme (olim Burn) Conjugum, Patrinus Thomas Sparks, Matrina Maria Sparks, a me A. Cochet l\1:isso Aposto Die 2a Aprilis nata & Die 5a ejusdem mensis an: 1806 baptisata est Maria Gillet, Filia Albani et Helenre (olim Barker) Conjugum, Patrinus Carolus Hocque, Matrina Barbara Cane, a me A. Cochet, Miss o ApCO [po 9J ~ + Die 5a Julii natus et die 63, ejusdem mensis baptisatus est (an: 1805) Joannes Reynoldsยง Rowe, Filius Joannis ct Elisabeth (olim [Randall scored, ~ + Kennell aboveJ Conjugum, Patrinus Carolus Hocque, Matrina Maria Tulck, a me A. Cochet Miss o Apco :I: + Kennell approved by Andre De Laporte

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* This monogram appears after all his entries.

~" In September, 1804, the Vicar Apostolic of the Western District, Dr. Sharrock, O.S.B., paid his first visit to the Priory [Holy Cross, Stapehill] " (L et Trappe in England, p. 98). ~Crosses in ~lS. ยง" Reynolds" above, in a different hand.


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Die sa Octobris nata et die 12a ejusdem mensis an: 1806 baptisata est Anna Willis filia Jacob et Annce (oHm Tubbs) C011jugum, Patrinus Thomas Brown, Matrina Maria Brown, a me A. Cochet Misso Apeo Die 2 a Maii 1807 nata et die 24 a ejusdem mensis baptisata est Maria Anna Hiscock filia Joannis et Marire (olim Harkellson) Conjugum, Patrinus Albanus [po 10J Gilet, Matrina Maria KelJoway aDorn: Antonio Saulnier Presbytero, prcesente me: A. Cochet Miss o Apeo Die 24a Septembris 1808 natus et Die 6a N ovembris batisatus [sic] est Daniel Byrne filius Petri et Elysabeth Annre (olim Reading) Conjugum, Patrinns Carolus Rocque, Matrina Maria Kelloway a me A. Cochet Misso Apeo Die l a Augusti natus et Die 15a ejusdem mensis an: 1809 baptisatus est Josephus Thomas Hiscock, filius Joannis et Marice (olim Harkenson) Conjugum, Patrinus [po IIJ Josephus How, Matrina Elysabeth Blacklock, a me A. Cochet Miss: Apeo Die sa nata et Die 9a J unii 1810 baptisata est Anna Gilet Filia albani et Helence (olim Barker) Conjugum, Patrinus Joannes Hiscok [sicJ, Matrina Elisabeth Cane a me A. Cochet Miss o Apeo [In the Rev. A. De Laporte's hand] Die quart a decima Augusti [+ 1811 above] natus est Alexander Augustinus Hiscock filius Joannis et Malice hiscock (olim Harkenson) Conjugum, Baptisatus est a me, die octava decima ejusdem mensis et anni [1811 below] Patrinns Jacobus Randall et Matrina Maria Burt Andre De Laporte Misso Apo. + 1811 approbatum a me et Scriptum [po 12J Die 15 Novembris anna 1811 Baptisatus est a me Guillemus Ludovicus Gilet filius Albani et Helence (olim Barker) Conjugum. Natus est 14 ejusdem mensis et anni. patrinus Joannes Hiscock et Matrina Elizabeth Cane. Andre De Laporte Miss o Apos. Die quarta Julii 1813 Baptisata est a me, Elizabeth Hiscok [sicJ, filia Joannis et Marice (olim Harkenson) conjugum, nata die Patrinus Solomon Hiscok et trigesima Junii ejusdem anni. Matrina Elizabeth Cane. Die quarta 1813 Andre De Laporte Julii [po 13J Die vigesima tertia Novembris 1815 Baptisata fuit a me Theresia Hiscok, filia Joannis Hiscok et Marice (olim nata die vigesima secunda ejusdem Harkenson) Conjugum. mensis et anni patrinus Thomas Brown et Matrina Maria Brown. Die vigesima quarta [sicJ Novembris 1815. Andre De Laporte Miss o Apos. Die decima quart a Augusti 1816 Baptisatus fuit a me GeOl"gius Rowe natus anna 1808 die decima octava Maii ejusdem anni, ex Joanne Rowe et ex Elisabeth (olim Kennell) conjugibus. patrinus fuit J oannes Barber Die decima quarta 1816 Andre De Laporte Misso Apos.


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[Po 14J Die Decima quart a Augusti 1816 Baptisatus fuit a me Edwardus Rowe natus anna 1810 Die octava Aprilis ejusdem anlli,* ex Joanne Rowe et ex Elisabeth (olim Kennell) conjugibus. patrinus fuit J oallnes Barber. Die decima quarta 1816. . Andre De Laporte Misso Apos. Die decima quarta Augusti 1816 Baptisatus fuit a me Carolus Rowe natus anno 181[? 6 or 5J die secunda Junii ejusdem anni, * ex Joanne Rowe et Elisibeth (olim Kennell) conjugibus. Patrinus fuit Joannes Barber. Die decima quarta Augusti 1816. Andre De Laporte Misso Apos. [Seven leaves (i.e. the other flalf of the book) have been cut o~tt, but no entries appear to have been lost. The margins remaining show that the book had been used from the other end, the pages ruled off in squares, and whatever the entries were, they ze;ere nu,mbered in tens: thus, the first margin shows ' 100,' '10: the second (wh.ich must be the third page) '50,' '60:J REGISTER

[No covers.

No.3.

CANFORD.

On the first, outside, page, is w1,itten in pencil]

Canford Register. [In the Rev. ]. F. Duval's hand] [po 2] August yC 28th 1808 were conflrm'd by the Rt Rd Bishop Collingridge Catherine Lawrence, Maria Vannar, & Hanna Meaby. [The rest of the page blank.] [In the Rev. ]. Beeston's hand] [po 3J 1799 July 21St was baptized by me William the son of Wm and ann Frampton born [4 ems. blanh]. The God Father Francis Jillet, the

God Mother Ann Toms, J. Beeston. Nov br 13 th was baptized by me John the son of Thos Burt and Mary Burt born the 27th October. The God Father J. Trim, J. Beeston God Mother, Ann Toms. [In the Abbe Le Franc's hand] Die junii 18. 1801 natus, et die 28 ejusdem junii baptisatus

fuit carolus irampton filius guiellemi et annre frampton conjugum, patrinus fuit franciscus jillet, matrina anna toms a me Ie franc Sacerdos [In the Abbe Cochet's hand] Decembr 9th 1801 was born & JanY : 27th 1802 was baptized [po 4J by me, Theresa, Mary Turner Daughter of Francis & Elisabeth Turner Lawfully married, the God Father Wm Slade, the God Mother Anne Pyck A. Cochet Priest [monogramJ [The next three entries in the Abbe ]. B. 2Vlarest's hand; evidently retrieved from pieces of paper.J

Mary Ann Dymott born october 16 -1802, the Daughter of Richard & Bridget Dymot, God mother Mary Collins: Taken from a scrap of Paper found in this book. J B Marest Miss: ApCUS [Rest of the page blank.)

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[Po 5J 1796 Die 13 J unii a me Baptisatus fuit Joannes Pennington, filius Joalmis Pennington et Mary N. Susccptores John and Mary Trim . . . . 1815 Caroline Frampton v{as born April 23 th 1815, & was Baptiz d May 21 st of the same year James Florentius Duval.

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[Rest of the page blank.J [po 6 bla'llk, and the next leaj has been cut O~tt.J [po 7J August 21 st 1804 was baptized by me Mary Eleonor Dumot the Daughter of Richard & brigit Dumot .(olim) Budden Lawfully nlarried, the God mother Eljzabeth Cane J. f. Duval Priest September 23 d 1804 was baptized by me Ann Elizabeth Turner the Daughter of Francis & Elizabeth Turner (olim) Meaby lawfully married the God father Jillet, God mother Elizabeth Cane J. f. Duval Priest. February 21 st 1805 was baptized by me Mary Theresa Pennington the Daughter of J o11n & Mary Pennington (olim) Buden the God father Mr. Pennington, God mother Mrs. Buden J. f. Duval Priest [po 8J March 25 th was born & on the 30ih of the same month 1807 was baptized by me Mary Elizabeth Katherine BartIet the Daughter of John & Elizabeth Bartlet (olim) Stone lawfully married, the God father George Joseph How God mother Catharine Lawrence J. f. Duval Priest September 27th -1807 was baptized by me helena Pennington the Daughter of John & Mary Pennington (olim) Buden lawfully married the God father Mr. Pennington, God mother Mrs. Buden J. f. Duval Priest [po 9J 1807 December 21 st was Baptized by me Francis Thomas the Son of Francis & Elizabeth Turner born . . .. The God Mother Han'nah Meaby J. f. Duval Priest April 1808 Born the 17th was Baptized by me Eliza-beth the Daughter of Willis [6.5 C1J1,S. blanl?-] the God father Mr. Brown the God Mother his wife J. f. Duval Priest April the 27th was Baptized by me Joseph Richard the Natural Son of Dunford the God father Joseph George How J. f. Duval [po 10J [SPace, 6.5 ems. deep, blank at the top of the page.] february 19th 1809 was Baptized by me Joseph the Son of Joseph and Margret Watselivig The God father Joseph Howe the uod !\lother Catherine Lawrence J. f. Duval Priest [Another space, 4 .5 ems., blank at the foot of the page.] ÂťI: The name of the priest who baptized is not given.


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[Po lIJ [5 ems. blank at the top oj the page.J August the 17th 1809 was Baptized by me Mary Theresa BartIet the Daughter of John & Elizabeth Bartlet (oHm Stolle) Lawfully married, the God father George Joseph How, the God Mother Catharine Lawrence J. f. Duval Priest catharine lawrence [p o I2J September the 15 1810 was baptized by [me omitteclJ Edward Reynolds Rowe ye son of Mrs [? NdoJ~ & John Rowe the God Father George Joseph Howe by proxie J. f. Duval Pro December the 30 th 1810 was baptized by me Maria the Daughter of william & Maria Frampton lawfully married the God-Father Richard Vanar the God Mother Ann Vanar. . J. f. Duval Presbiter [po 13J February ye 27th 1811 was baptized by me Elizabeth, Magdelen Bartlet the Daughter of John & Elizabeth Bartlet Lawfully married ye God [Father omitted] myself & ye God Mother Catharine Lawrence J. f. Duval Priest June 1811 the [blankJrd Was Baptized by me Thomas Kelly the son of Maurice & Ann Kelly, born the 21 st of May of ye same year, the God father John Bartlet, the God Mother Catharine Lawrence J. f. Duval Priest [po 14J January the 17th 1812 was born & on 18 th of the same month was baptized by me felicity Dufou the Daughter ¡of Peter & N. Dufou Lawfully married, the God Mother Mary Burt J. f. Duval Priest february the 24tl1 1812 was baptized by me Elizabeth Turner the Daughter of francis & Elizabeth Turner Lawfully man-ied, the God Mother Mary Turner J. f. Duval [po 15] April the 9 th 1812 was Baptized by me frances Willis the Daughter of [Will sc01'ed] & \Villis Lawfully married, the Godmother [blank] Tub J. f. Duval Priest March ye 17th 1813 was born & on the 21 st of ye same month was baptized by me John Joseph Bartlet the son of John & Elizabeth Bartlet (olim Stolle) Lawfully married, the God father Mr. George Scot, the God Mother Miss Mary Ann Law. J. f. Duval [po 16] March ye 19. 1813 was born & on ye 21S t of ye same month was Baptized by me Thomas Joseph Penington the son of .john & Mary Penington (olim Buden) Lawfully married, the God father John Bartlet, the God Mother Miss Mary Ann Law. J. f. Duval April ye [blank] 18] 3 was born & on the 2d of May was Baptized by me Mary Ann the Daughter of vVilliam and Maria irampton (olim Vannar) Lawfully married, the God father Richard Vannar, the God Mother Ann Vannar J. f. Duval

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* Autograph signature.

~ There are several alterations here and it is difficult to see what is intended: in Register No.2 John Rowe and Elizabeth Kennell were given as parents.


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[P o 17J June ye 27 1813 was born & on ye 6 th of July was Baptized by me Coruelius the Son of Vvilliam & Lidwine Vannar, Lawfully married, the God father Richard Vannar the God Mother Ann Vannar J. F. Duval August ye 7th Was Baptized by me John the Son of ,\Villiam & Lidwine Lee of manchester, the God mother Catharine Lawrence J. f. Duval. [6 ems. blank at the foot of tIlt page.] [po 18] January the 5 th 1814 was born and on the 9th of the same month was Baptized by me Henry Thomas Willis the Son of Jacob & Anne and Willis Lawfully married the God father John Penington the God Mother Mary Penington J. f. Duval Priest [8.5 ems. blank at the foot of the page.] [po 19J 1815 february the 17th 1815 was born and on the 19 th of the same ' month was baptized by me Sara Catharine Bartlet the Daughter of John and Elizabeth Bartlet (oHm Stone) Lawfully married the God Father Mr. Michel the God Mother Mary ireland J. f. Duval P. April on the [blank] 1815 was born and on the 19 th of May 1815 was baptized by me David Turner the son of Francis Tm"ner & Elizabeth Turner (olim Meaby) Lawfully married the God Mother Catherine La'\Tence J. f. Duval P. [po 20 blank.J [po 21J November the 27th 1815 was born & on the 25 th of December was Baptized by me Georgina Elizabeth Devereux the Daughter of Georges Alfred and Ann Mary Devereux, olim Smith, Lawfully married, the God father John Smith, the God mother Sarah Smith J. f. Duval Priest March the 3 d 1816 was Baptized by me James fiorentius Duval Elizabeth Willis the Daughter of N. and N. Willis Lawfully married the God mother Mrs. Brown J. f. Duval Priest [po 22J June 1816 on the 27th was born and on the 29 th of the same month was baptized by me Mary Ann Hoare the Daughter of Thomas & Mary Hoare (oHm Penington) Lawfully married, the God father John Bartlet, the God mother Catherine Lawrence J. f. Duval Priest [Despite the signature, the next entry is in the hand of the Abbe lYJ a1'est, as are also the subsequent entries.J December 2tll 1816 was born and on the 3 d of January 1818 was Baptized by me, Henrietta Devereux the Daughter of Mr. George Alfred, & Ann Mary Devereux (olim Smith) lawfully married, the God father Henry Frederick Devereux, the God mother Charlotte Cecilia Devereux James Florel1tius Duval Priest

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[po 23J Ann: Dom: 1820 May 20 th 1820 was born and on the 22 d of the same month was Baptized by me, James francis Son of Thomas & Barbara Lee, alias Bishop, alias Maybe, lawfully married God father \Villiam Rogers God mother Catharine Law. J B Marest Miss. ApC June 3 th 1820 was born, and 11th of the same month was Baptized by me Maria Mathilda Daughter of John & Charlotte Penington alias Demick Lawfully married God Father thomas [po 24J & Godmother Mary Peniten J B Marest Miss. Ap C August 24th 1820 was born & the same day was Baptized by me Mary Ann Teresa the Daughter of \Villiam & Catharine Law (oHm Lawrence) lawfully married Godfather Thomas Lee & Godmother Mary Ann Law. J. B. Marest Miss. Apc [po 25J October 13 th 1814 was born & December 25 was Babtized [sic] by the Rev d James Florence Duval, Agnes Mary Mostyn Daughter of John & Agnes Mostyn (oHm Buttler), lawfully married, Godfather \Villiam Rogers Godmother Mary Rogers J B Marest Miss. A. June 27th 1816, was Born, & August 19th of the same year was Baptized by the Rev d J ames Florence Duval Rebecca Daughter of John & Agnes Mostyn (olim Buttler) lawfully married Godfather John Bartlet Godmother Catharine Lawrence J B Marest May 23 1818 was Born and June 14th was Baptized by me Frederick, son of John & Agnes Mostyn, olim Buttler, lawfully married, Godfather J Ohl1 Dean, Godmother [blank J Dean J B Marest Miss. Apc [po 26] December 5t h 1818 was born and on the 6 t h of the same month was Baptized by me, Joseph Nicolas Bartlet son of John and Elizabeth Bartlet, alias Stone, lawfully married, God Mother Catharine lawrence J B Marest Miss. Ap. th Decen1ber 25 1818 was born & on the 26th~ was Baptized by me Jacob, son of Jacob & Anne Willis, olim Tub, lawfully married Godfather John Pennington Godmother Mary Pennington J B Marest Miss. Ap. [po 27J March loth 1810, was born and in the same month was Baptized by the Rev d James Florentine Duval Mary catharine Daughter of Jacob & Anne Willis olim Tub, lawfully married Godfather Joseph How, and Godmother Catharine laurence J B Marest June 7th 1821 was born and July 8 th of the same year was Baptized by me, Agnes Daughter of John & Agnes Mostyn, oHm Buttler, lawfully married, Godfather Henry Lampert, Godmother Mary Lynach J B Marest Miss. Ap.

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[Po 28J August the 5th 1821 was born & the 9th of the same month was Baptized by me Elizabeth Mary Daughter of Thomas & Barbara Lee olim Bishop olim Maybe lawfuJly married, Godfather Henry Lampert for whom stood Proxi William Rogers, J B Marest Miss. Ape God Mother Mary Anne Law. [po 29] October 31 st 1821 was born & November 1s t was Baptized Sarah Teresia Daughter of William & Catharine Law, oHm Laurence, lawfully married. God Father Thomas Law for \'!hom Henry Lampert stood proxi & God Mother Elizabeth Dean for whom Mary Anne Law stood proxi, by me J B Marest Miss. Ap. April 16 t1' 1822 was born & 21 st of the same month was Baptized Caroline Daughter of William & Leclwina Vanner lawfully married. Godfather Richard Vanner Godmother Anne Vanner J B Marest Miss. Apos. [po 30] May 22 was born & on the 26 th of the same month was Baptized Sarah Teresa the daughter of John & Mathilda Penitens Lawfully married God father Thomas Lee Godmother Agnes Mosthen J B Marest Miss. Ap. [The next entry in the hand of the Abbe A. De LaporteJ May 7til was born and on the 29 of June was baptized by me, Charles Bartlet son to Jhon [st'c] and Elisabeth Bartlet (alias Stone) Lawfully married God Mother Mary Rogers 29 of June 1822 Andre Delaporte M".A. pretre [po 31] Deer 31. 1822 was born & the same d ay was Baptized by me Henry the SOl1 of Thomas & Barbara Lee (olim) Bishop (olim) Maybe, lawfully married. Godfather Henry Lampert God lVlother Mary Ann Law. J B Marest Miss. Ape Jan 7- 7tb -1823 was born & the following day was Baptized by me William Thomas the Son of vVilliam & Catharine Law (olim) Laurence, lawfully married. Godfather Thomas Blacklock, J B Marest Miss. Ape God Mother Sarah Blacklock [po 32J March 29 th 1824 was born & the same day was baptized by me, John son of John & Agnes Mostyn, olim Buttler, lawfully married. God father Joseph Parsons & God mother Bridget Parkins J B Marest Miss. Apost. September 17, 1824, was bOfn & on the 19 th of the same month was baptized by me, Thomas, son of Thomas & Barbara Lee, olim Bishop, lawfully married. God Father John Parsons & God Mother Elizabeth Came (or Calm) J B Marest Miss. Ap. [Tlte next entry in another hand] [po 33J february 21 st , 1825, was born & on the 22 d of the same month was baptised by me, Mary Theresa daughter of Henry & Jane Lampert, olim Eyere, godfather Thomas Lee & godmother Hannah Eyere, Proxy Mary Ann Law Jes Normand Miss. Ap~ .

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March 4th 1825 was born & on the 5 th of the same month was Baptized by me, Margarite Teresa, daughter of 'Villi am & Catharine Law, olim Laurence, Lawfuny married. God Father John & God Mother Cecily Callahan J B Marest Miss. Apc May 29 was born & on the 5 th of June 1825 was Baptized by me, Mary Ann Daughter of John & Charlotte Penington olim Demick lawfully married. God Father Henry Lampert Godmother Mary Hyland J B Marest Missus ApCUS [po 34J [In tlze Abbe De Laporte's lzancfJ february 5th 1826 was born Charles Vanller and Baptized the 5th march following. Son of William Vanner and Lydia (alias Lockyer) Lawfully married. Godfather henry Lamport, God Mother Janes King. Andre Delaporte Miss. Apo. 1826 . March 14lh 1826 was born francis Alfred Lee, son of thomas and Barbara Lee (o1im Bishop) Lawfully married. and Baptized by me the 28 th of the same month. god father vVilliam Law, god mother Elisabeth Turner March 28 th 1826 Andre Delaporte Miss. Apos.

[Ten leaves have bee'n C'ld O~tt l~ere.J 35 and 36 blank. J [po 37J This present register of Baptism has been delivered to me by the rev d J110n [sic] Bap. Marest Missionary at Canford. The mission having been reunited to Stape Hill the 15th of September 1825 Stape hill 15 Sep. 1825. Andre Delaporte Miss. Ap. [In an unknown French hand] these two Registers of Baptisms have been delivered to me by the Rev d Andre de lu porte at Stape-hill the 18 September 1820 [sic] [Rest of the page blank.] [Last page, 38, blank]

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, REGISTER

No.4.

STAPEHILL.

The first pages have been used by Father Andrew Hawkins for later marriages.

[Written

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large letters on the outside front cover] REGISTER STAPE - HILL [Inside front cover and p. 1 blank.J [po 2J [In the Rev. F. A .. Hawkins's large hand] I the undersigned do hereby promise that, all the Children ~th w~ich it may please Almighty God to bless my Marriage WIth Mlchael Carroll shall be brought up in the Faith of the Holy Catholic Apostolical Church Jane \Vhite Alice [? Coneghan] Mary [name illegible]

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J.M.]. I the undersigned do hereby promise that all the Children with which it may please Almighty God to bless my marriage with william Butt shall be brought up in the Faith of the Holy Catholic Church This 28 Jay Mary Jane Waterman* 1856 [One leaf has been cut out here.J [p. 3J N uptire Die [9.5 ems. blankJ conjuncti in sacro Matrimonio fuerunt Jacobus Pullen [or TullerJ et Joanna Pullen olim [10.5 ems. blankJ Testes Daniel Hogan Fr A. Hawkins M.A. 1852 Die 24 a Februarii cO!1juncti in Sacro Matrimonio fuerunt Jacobus Gurney ct Winifreda Gurney oHm Peckford J ames Gurney Fr A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. Winifrid Gurney ~John Dean*

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[po 4J 1853 Die [9.5 ems. blankJ conjuncti fuere in Sacro Matrimonio Thomas Cribb & Maria Anna Freeborne olim Hyscock Testes [blank] Fr A. Hawkins M.A. 1853 Die Sexta Aprilis conjuncti fuere in sacro Matrimonio Richardus Winsley et Elisabeth Calnan F. A. Hawkins M.A.

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Testes Jeremias ac Anna Sheehan. 1854 Die Trigesima Maii conjuncti fuere in Sacro Matrimonio Michael Car:roll et Joanna White F. A. Hawkins Testes X Michael Carroll ] ane White ] ohn White Elizabeth Kite. [po 5J I the undersigned do hereby promise that all the Children with which it shall please Almighty God to bless my Marriage with Vincent Pfrangley shall be brought up in the "Catholic Faith 19 July 1855 Emily Hobbs 1855 Die Decima Nona J ulii conjuncti fuerunt in Sacra Matrimonio Vincentius Pfrangley et Emilia Hobbs Vincent Pfrangley Emily Susan Pfrangley Testes George Randall* Heneretta Shadet Randall~ X F. A. Hawkins M.A. [po 6 blank.] [po 7] I the undersigned do hereby promise that all the Children with which it shall please Almighty God to bless my Marriage with Mary Ann Lambert shall be brought up in the Faith of the Catholic Church Thomas Jeffery *

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1855 Die 30 Augti. Die Trigesima Augusti Conjuncti fuere in Sancto Matrimonio a me Thomas Jeffery and Maria Anna Lambert Thomas Jeffery Mary Ann Jeffery * Testes John King* Jemima Mary Wills Fr A. Hawkins M. Ap. [Po 8J [In Pe1'e Palemon's hand]

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Die ga novembris 1817 baptisata est Cecilia Hiscok filia joannis Hiscok & Marice Hiscok, conjugum, nata est die 8a ejusdem mensis et anni, Patrini Jacobus 9" 1817 Barber & Elizabeth Barber Nicola Palemon Rousselin Miss. Apost. Septembris Die 2 a Septembris 1818 Baptisata fuit Catharina die 20. Caroll filia joannis Caroll & henriatce Caroll Conju1818 gum. Nata est die 3a. Augusti ejusdem anni. Patrini J oannes Hiscok & Maria Brown Nata est die 2& Septembris 1818~ Nicola Palemon Rousselin Mis. apost. Novemb. die

[The entries on the first few pages are set out as above,' afterwards the year alone figures in the margin. All marginal entries are henceforward given in parentkeses at the head of each entry.] (Februarii die 1a. 1820) Die 1a. Februarii 1820 Baptisatus est Abraamus Petrus Hiscok, filius Joannis Hiscok & Marice Hiscok,

Conjugum. Patrinus Alexander Barber. N atus est die I a Februarii 1820 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis. apost. (Julii die 1811. 1823) Die 18n. Julii 1823 Baptisatus fuit Elizabeth tobs filia Joannis & Elizabeth tobs Conjugum. Nata est lIn. ejusdem mensis et anni. Patrini thomas tobs Nicou Palemon Rousselin Mis. apost.

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Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis. apost. (August die [unfinished])

* Autograph signatures.

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[Po 10] (Februarii 20 - 1828) Die 20& Februarii Baptisata fnit a me Maria Antonia Louisa Bushel filia Francisci Bushel & Antonire Bushel conjugum Patrini Joannes Bushel & Maria Antonia Cassano Nata in Pool.* 20 Februarii 1828 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis. apost. (Octobris 16&-1828) Die 16& octobris 1828 Baptisatus est a me Edmundus Casey filius Michaelis & Elizabeth Casey Conjugum. Patrini Petrus Kerwan & Maria Gilet natus est 24 Septem [U nsigneclJ (1828) Baptisatus est Die 20 a Aprilis 1828 Edward Mannahum filius Edwardi & Marire Manahum [sic] Patrinus henricus [3 ems. blank] Natus est Die Aprilis 13a 1828 Nicolas Rousselin M. Ap. [po 11] 1825 (April 1825~) Die 30 Aprilis 1825 Baptisatus est Joannes Musson filius Joannis & Elizabeth Musson Conjugum. natus est die 26 hujus mensis. Patrini J oannes Patrick Doyer & Mary Boyers Nicolas Palemon Rousselin (Martius 2 -1827) Die 3&* Martii 1827 Baptisatus est a me Joannes Law filius Guilemmi & Catherinre Law Conjugum. Patrini guilerhUS Roger & Elizabeth Cane. Natus est die 29. hujus mensis 1827 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin (Julius 17 -1827) Die 17& mensis Julii 1827 natus est Joseph Petrus Lampert filius J osephi & J oannre Lampert Conjugum & Baptisatus est a me die 23 ejusdem mensis 1827. Patrini Neeseยง X Margerita greenwood Nicola Palemon Rousselin (November~ 17 -1828) Die 17& Julii 1828 natus est Edward England filius Frederik & Marire England Conjugum & Baptisatus est a me die 20 a ejusdem mensis 1828 Patrini Peter Greenwood & Elizabeth Cane Nicola Palemon Rousselin (Augustus 26 - 1828) Die 26 a augusti 1828 Baptisatus est a me Thomas Grant filius Guilemi & Ester Grant Conjugum natus die 22 ejusdem mensis 1828 Patrini therence Donnally & Maria Gilet Nicolas Palemon Rousselin **(183-) die 22 a aprilis 1830 Baptisatus est Joan Manahum filius [sic] Edwardi Manahum & Marire Manahum natus est Die loa aprilis 1830 Patrinus henricus Lampert Nicolas Rousselin M. Ap. *I.e. Poole. ~ The next three entries are not in chronological order; or possibly the four previous entries were inserted later. 2' has been altered to ' 3.' ยง Query; Is this meant for "Niece"? The cross which follows in MS. may be intended for an ampersand. ' " Julius" is scored and" November" written underneath. In the entry itself" Julii" is given. Not in chronological order: squeezed in at the foot of .the page. Is " Joan" meant for" Joannes "?

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[Po 12J 1829 (December 3 - 1829) Die 3a decerilbris 1829 Baptisata est a me Maria Anna Gubbins filia francisci gubbins & 'Marire gubbins Conjugum. Patrini guillemmus Greenwood & Elizabeth Cane nata est die 20. ejusdem mensis & anni Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis. Aps. (junii 2 - 1830) Die 2 a junii Baptisata est a me Elizabeth elingbam filia - elingbam & matiire elingbam nata est die tertia ejusdem mensis & anni Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis ap (octobris 24 - 1831) Die 24& octobris 1831 Baptisata est a me Maria Anna Coal filia guilemi & Briget Coal parkins patrini guilemmus Roger & Rebecca Lampert Nata est die 24 Septembris 1831 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis apost Die 8a januarii 1832 Baptisatus est a (januarii 8 a - 1832) me Georgius Law filius Guilemmi & Chaterinre [sic] Law Conjugum. ' Patrini franciscus Law & Maria Gilet Natus est l a Die ejusdem mensis et anni Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost (januarii 190. - 1832) Die 190. januarii Baptisata est a me helena Musson filia joannis & agnetis Musson Conjugum patrini emilia greenwood Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost (februarii 19a 1832) Die 190. februarii 1832 Baptisata est a me helena Manahum filia edwardi & marire Manahum Patrini henricus Langsat* Nata est 17 ejusdem 1832 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis apos [po 13] (1833 Novembris 60. -1833) Die 681 novembris 1833 Baptisata est a me Maria-Ema Lee filia thomre Lee & Elizabeth Lee Conjugum Patrini Franciscus Lee & Maria AilandiC Nata est die 5& ejusdem mensis & anni Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost (octobris 190. 1832) Die 19& octobris 1832 Baptisatus est a me jacobus Goulding filius jacobi & elizabeth Goulding Patrina Elizabeth cane. natus est die 15 Septembris 1832 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost tI:(aprilis 130. - 1805) Baptisata fuit die 60. julii 1834 Maria Elizabeth Davis filia joannis & Rebeccre Pine-Davis- Conjugum Patrini jacobus Boyle & Maria anna Corpueยง Nata est 13 aprilis 1805 Nicola Palemon Rousselin Mis apost ~ (januarii 16a 1834) Die 16 a januarii 1834 natus est Richard jacobus Davis filius jacobi & honorre Davis Conjugum Baptisatus est a me 200. aprilis 1834 Patrinus guilemus Roger Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis apost ~ (Martii 19a 1834) Die 19 a Martii 1834 Baptisata est a me Catherina Langdown filia Petri & Catherinre Langdown nata est 8a. die Martii 1834 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis apost

* Most probably" Lampert" is intended.

'Query: Is this meant for" Ireland" as in previous Registers? tI: Not in chronological order. ยง Query; "Carpue ? ~ Some marginal entries are dates of birth; with regard to baptismal dates, these two entries should be reversed, chronologically. JJ


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[Po 14J (julii 30 - 1834) Die 30 julii 1834 Baptisata est a me Elizabeth hogan filia joannis & Ellis* hogan Conjugum Nata est in hibernia 1832 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin Mis apost (julii 5 - 1835) Die 50. julii 1835 natus est guilemmus Sticland filius guilemmi & Brigittre Stic1and baptisatus est a me die 63. ejusdem mensis & annie Patrini therence Donnella~ & Brigittae [sic] Pareau Nicolas Palemon Rousselin §(Mai 22 1835) Die 223. mai 1835 Baptisata est a me Maria Anna Gilet filia guilemmi Gilet & Marire Gilet Conjugum. Patrini Charles Bunch & anne Gilet. Nata est 21 a ejusdem mensis & anni Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apo t (julii II 0._ 1835) Die Baptisata est a me Agnes lucia Rosalia Butt filia jacobi Butt & Chriana ~ Butt Conjugum Patrini tharence Donnely & Maria Moore Nata est die 60. junii 1835 Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost (Martii 18 a 1837) Die 180. Martii 1837 Baptisata est a me theresa Davis Patrini guilemmi [sic] Roger & Maria Greenwood nata est 170. martii 1837. fui~,-r filia jacobi Davis & honorre Davis Conjugum. Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost Die vigesima aprilis 1837 Baptisata est a me joanna joice filia joannis joice & marire joice Patrina elizabeth Kaine nata est Die 160. decembris 1835 Nicolas Rousselin [po 15] 1837 (Martii I8 a - 1837) Die 180. martii 1837 Baptisatus est a me Thomas Bartlet filius Marire Bartlet Patrini therence Donnely & Maria hailan." natus est Die 300.' februarii ejusdem mensis [sic] et anni Nicolas Palemon Rousselin mis apost Die 80. Martii 1838 Baptisatus est a me jacobus King filius David King & Marire King. joannes David & eva David patrini. Natus est Die 150. februarii ejusdem anni 1838 Nicolas Rousselin M. apost (1838) Die 120. martii Baptisata est a me Maria theresa filia guillemmi & 1830~~ Brigittre Sticland. Nata est 11 martii 1830 [? TharensJ § § . . . & anna Lee Patrini Nicolas Rousselin M. apost (1838) Die 300. aprilis 1838 Baptisata est a me Eliza. Willis £ilia henrici & [? thelae* ~J Willis (olim Gobin) Nata est Die 30 a martii Patrinus Georgius [blank] Mrs. Gobin Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost

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Recte Donnelly. § Not in chronological order. ~ Later entries show that" Christin::e" is intended. ~~ " fuit" intended. Entry not in chronological order: a bottomof-the-page entry, probably squeezed in . .y. ~ Is this the " Ailand" of the previous page ? :1; 1830 was placed at the end of the wrong line; it was intended for the next. § § Query: Terence Donnelly? .y. This handwriting is very small indeed and difficult to read.

:t Probably intended for" Parsons."

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(1838) Die 28 mai 1838 Baptisatus est a Me Eliseus augustinus & Jacobus Gobin filius georgii gobin & franciscre gobin (olim Willis) Conjugum. natus est Die 27 ejusdem anni & mensis 1838 Patrinus 'iVilliam Davis. Patrina Maria allen Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost [po 16J (Augustus 27 - 1838) Die vigesima septima 1838 Baptisatus Barnard BasHius Bennet Son of Barnard Bennet & isabellre annre Bennet Conjugum. natus est die 4a augusti 1838 patrinus fuit Therence Donneli Patrina Maria Anna Ly-* Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (Sept 138 [sicJ) Die 13a Septemb. 1838 Baptisata est a me Emilia fraby Chrisend~ filia Eduardi & Marice frahy Sponsores Mr. Caroll & Mrs. Cheadle nata est 26 July 1838 Nicolas Rousselin M A (Nov. 1838) Die undecima novembris 1838 Baptisata est a me Maria Anna But filia jacobi & Christince But nata est 5a die novem ejusdem anni. Sponsores Mr. Lee & annce [sic] Lee Nicolas Rousselin M. ap. (1838) Die 17 a octob. Baptisa [sic] Maria bunt filia jeremice & Marice hunt nata [the Die 1st octobris 1838J :t Sponsores Edward anna Smith Nicolas Rousselin M. apost [po 17J (1839 februarius Die 20 a) Die 20 a vigesima Februarii Baptisata est a me Elizabeth francisca Moncrish filia joannis Moncrish & helenae Moncrish nata est die 12a ejusdem mensis februarii 1839. Sponsores Edward Manoam ยง & anna More Nicolas Rousselin M. apost (aprilis 18 - 1839) Die decima 8a aprilis 1839 Baptisata est a me elizabeth Gillet filia guillemi [and omitted] Maryann Gilet. Sponsores jacobi [sic] Morisy & Elizabeth gillet. nata est Die Nicolas Rousselin M. ap decima septima aprilis 1839 (jullii loa 1839) Die decima julii 1839 Baptisata est a me Maria Anna Cecilia beardl~ filia thomce heardl~ & Marice Annre heardl~ Conjugum. Sponsores guillemus James anna greenwood. Nata est die sa junii 1839 Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (Julii 23 189- [sicJ) Die vigesima tertia 1839 baptisatus est a me guillemus Davis filius gulemi & honora Davis Sponsores petrus greenwood & El. Moore natus est die decima octava jullii 1839 Nicolas Rousselin M ap (17 august 1839) Die decima Septima Baptisatus est a me guillemmus joice Son of joannis & Marice joice natus est die 5a. julii 1839 patrini thare [2 ems. blank] & eliza Kain Nicolas Rousselin M ap

* Is this the Lynach of previous entries?

,This word does not seem to make sense. The final letter looks like a 'd': possibly" christened" is meant. The surname in this entry, " frahy," is also doubtful. :t The words in brackets are a later addition. ยง Is this the" Mallahllm" of earlier entries, and are both an attempt to spell "1\!onaghan" ? In later entries "Hurdle."

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[Po 18J (august loa 39) Die Decima augusti 1839 Baptisata est a me Maria grosser filia josephi & Marire grosser Nata est Die 29 Septembris 1839 Patrini Ludovicus Slade & maria anna greenwood Nicolas Rousselin M. ap [Here is a cancelled entry of the following baptism. The marginal dates were wrongJ (Januarii 16 1840) Die Decima Sexta Baptisata est a me elizabeth Brown filia Elizabeth Brown Sponsores John & helena Moerich* nata est Die vigesima 9a octob. 1839 Nicolas Rousselin (februa - 2 - 1840) Baptisatus est a me Edward henri NoItley filius hery [sicJ & Marire Nolley. natus est die 25 decemb 1839 Sponsores Edward & Marire [sic] Smith Nicolas Rousselin (1840) Die 19th of july Baptisatus est a me Joannes Augustinus King Son of David & elizabeth King natus 12 a ejusdem mensis 1840 Patrinus Ludovicus alozius Slade patrina Christinre [sicJ But + Nicolas Rousselin apost [po 19J (1840) Die 3a~ augusti 1840 Baptisatus est a me Carolus Augustinus even filius Georgii & mar- Even. Sponsores edward Monoham & anna Moore. Natus est Die lorna augusti 1840 Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (1840) Die vigesima Septembris 1840 Baptisata est a me Anna hurdle filia Thomre hurdle & Marire annre hurdle Spvnsores Sarah Stout nata est Die 18a augusti 1840 Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (1840) Die undecima octobris 1840 Baptisata est a me ema anna Sticland filia guillemi & Elizabeth Stic1and nata est die 20 Septem. 1840. Patrinus Eduard & Mary Willis Nicola Rousselin M ap (1840) Die 24 a novembris 1840 Baptisata est a me emilia agnes gobben = filia georgii & Stephanre gobben.:t nata est die 23 a novembris 1840. Sponsores james Strange moore & marire annre [sic] moore Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost [po 20J (1841) Februarius 27 Baptisatus est a me joannes jacobus Willis filius henry & [blankJ Willis. Patrini georgius gobbin & Maria Moor. natus est Die 20 januarii 1841 Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (1841) Mai 23 - Baptis~tus est a me Fredericus Carolus james filius Edwardi & annre james natus est 18 ejusdem mensis 1841 ยง Patrini jacobus Strangmoore & annre [sic] Lee Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (1841) Mai 27 - Baptisatus est a me ambrosius Nicolaus

* Spelt " Moorish " in the cancelled entry.

~ Reference sign in MS. Apparently attention was to be called to the discrepancy in the dates, and then forgotten. PreviOUs entries have" Gubbins." ยง rr 1841," in this and the four following entries, is a later addition.

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But filius jacobi & Christianre But Natus est Die vigesima ejusdem mensis 1841 Sponsores [blank] Davis & Marire Morris Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (1841) junius 6th 1841 Baptisata est a me Maria Carolina Theresa Hiscock filia guilemmi & marire Hiscock. Sponsores Therence Donnali & Marire Morris nata est Die nona mai 1841 Nicolas Rousselin miss apost [po 21] (1841) Die 23 a augusti Baptisata est a me Emilia anna Duit filia henrici & a Duit Sponsores Robertus & Maria Anna More. Nata est Die vigesima augusti 1841 Nicola Rousselin M apost (1841) Die 15a Septembris Baptisata est a me helena Maria gillet filia Albani & helenre gillet. nata est die 20 a augusti 1841 ejusdem annie Sponsores jacobi but & annre moore. Nicolas Rousselin m ap (1841) Die 7 novemb Baptisata est a me Maria anna hurdle filia thomre hurdle & Madre annre hurdle Sponsor maria anna Moor. nata est Die 30 a octobris 1841 Nicolas Rousselin (1841) Die 14a novembris 1841 Baptisatus est a me georgius grosser filius josephi grosser & joannre grosser. Sponsores maria anna Moor. Ludovicus Slade natus est 18 Septembris 1841. Nicolas Rousselin [po 22J (1841) Die 21 a Decembris Baptisatus est a me fredericus King Son of henrici & - King natus est Die loa novembris ejusdem anni 1841 Sponsor Ludovicus Slade Nicolas Rousselin (1842) Die 21 februarii 1842 baptisatus a me frederic Taylor Meddler son [of omittetlJ Marire Meddler-ignote patre-natus est die 8 a januarii 1842. Sponsores Ludovicus Slade & Matilda Nicolas Rousselin M ap Dewey [or Dewer] (1842) D 28 aprilis 1842 Baptisata est a me anna george filia guilemmi & annre george nata est 12 martii. Patrinus Terence Donnolly Nicolas Rousselin M ap [po 23J (1842) Die 12 junii 1842 Baptisatus est a me Ludovicus joann - [3 ems. blankJ filius [3.5 ems. blankJ natus 30 mai 1842 Sponsores joannes Riket & helizabeth Kain Nicolas Rousselin Mo ap (1842) Die 22 a augusti 1842 Baptisatus est a me guillemmus Monachum filius Edward & annre Monachum natus est 11& augusti 1842 Sponsores Edward Monahum & Thomas griffin Nicolas Rousselin (1842) Die 9& octob. 1842. Baptisatus est Joseph Duit Son of georgius Duit & - Duit Spo-- Sponsores Mr Ludovicus Slade & Carolinre Duit. natus est 18 Septem. 1842 Nicolas Rousselin Ms ap (1843) Die 30 a januarii 1843 Baptisata est a me Elizabeth maria willis filia henrici & thaurer willis nata est Die 5a januarii 1843 Sponsores Ludovicus Slade & anna Moor, Nicolas Rousselin Mis apos~


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[Po 24J (184.3) Die 23(J. fehruaiti 1843 Baptisatus est a me fredericus King Son of David & Eliza.beth King llatns est Die 14 a ejusdem mensis fehruarii 1843 Sponsores Ludovicus Slade & maria anna Moore Nicolas Rousse1in M apost (1843) Die 19a martii Baptisatus est a n:e Nericus, hibdige Son of georgii & joanna hibdige. natus est 17 a februarii. Sponsores georgius Duit & anna moore Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost (1843) Die 30 a aprilis 1843 Baptisatus est a me thomas hudl [sicJ Son of thomas & mary hurdle Sposores [sic] tare Donelly & maryann moore Natus est Die 30 a martii 1843 Nicolas Rousselin 1\1: ap (1843) Die 2 a Mai 1843 Baptisata est anne Monica gobin filia georgii & Stephanre gohin Sponsores adreas Slade & maria anna Slade. nata est Die 30 a aprilis 1843 Nicolas Rousselin Mis. apost (1843) Die 2 a junii 1843 Baptisatus est a me Robertus King filius henrici & marire King Sponsores maria anna moore & Robertus moore natus est 1a Die Maji 1843 Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost [po 25J (1843) Die 3a Decembris 1843 Baptisata est a me Maria Hiscot:t fllia jacobi & M Riscot ~ Sponsores thare Donelli & M Davis, nata est die 3 a novembr. 1843 Nicolas Rousselin M ap (1844) Die 24 aprilis Baptisata est a me Maria Rosalia greenwood filia guillemi & joannre greenwood nata est Die 22 ejusdem mensis. Sponsores jacobi &. annre white Nicolas Rousselin

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(1844) Die 14:1 augusti 1844 Baptisata est a me [unfinishetlJ [A cancelled entry here oj Cecilia VVhite's baptism, II August.] [po 28 blank.] [po 29] (1844) Die 8a julii 1844 Baptisata est a me Emma Mathilda Elizabeth King filia guillemmi & Sara King nata est Die prima junii 1844 Sponsores joannis Riked & Maria anna Moore Nicolas Rousselin M. ap (1844) Die II a augusti 1844 Baptisata est a me Cecilia Maria White filia Jacobi & marire ann:.e White nata est Die 9:1. augusti 1844 Sponsores frederic hodan & joana frampton Nicolas Rousselin M ap (1844) Die 15:1 augusti 1844 Baptisatus est a me Joseph Edward But filius jacobi & Christinre But. nat us est Die 143. augusti 1844. Sponsores thare Donelli & malia anna Moore Nicolas RousseHn 1844 m apost (1844) Die 18:1 augusti 1844 Baptisata est a me anna Dewey filia georgii & [blank] Dewey Sponsores j oannis et emerya Dewey nata 93. augusti 1844 Nicolas Rousselin m ap [po 30] (1844) Die 27 Octobris Baptisatus est a me jacobus hurdle filius tomre hurdle & marire hurdle natus est Die 27 a Septembri 1844. Sponsores [blank] Slade & maria anna Moore Nicolas Rousselin m ap (1844) Die 21 Decembris Baptisatus est a me joannes Ly filius joannis & elizabeth Ly. Patrini Jacobus Doneald & Mrs. Lamper. natus est Die 17 a decembris 1844 Nicolas Rousselin nlis apost (1845) Die 16 aprilis 1845 was baptised joseph Robcrtus King filius henri & marire annre King Born 26 mar 1845. Sponsores Joseph Riket maria anna Moore Nicolas Rousselin M apost (1845) Die 25 aprilis 1845 was Baptised juliana evens filia georgii & [? Lowing] Simons Evens. Sponsores joannes Riket & Mrs. Moore. nata est 26 mars 1845 Nicolas Rousselin mis apost [po 31] (1845) Die Septima maii 1845 was baptised thomas geOl'gius Moorich son of joannis & ita Moorich. Sponsores J oannes Richet & maria Moor. natus est Die 4& maii 1845 Nicolas Rousselin mis apost (1845) Die 18:1 mai Baptisatus est a me josephus fredericus albericus King son 'of David & Elizabeth King natus est 19& Die aprilis 1845; Sponsores Ludovicus Slade & Maria anna Moore Nicolas Rousselin Ms apost (1845) Die 13~ junii Baptisata est a me Elizabeth Maria Stricland filia [? Lua] & marire Stricland. nata est the the [sic] lOa. Die junii 1845. Sponsores georgius & Elizabeth gobin. Nicolas Rousselin Mis apost

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(1845) jullii 26 Baptisata est a me Maria anna West filia thorn & maria West nata 22 junii 1845. Sponsores [blank] gillet Nicolas Rousselin mis apost [po 32J (1845) Die augusti 23 i Baptised jacobum georgium filium georgium [sic] gobens & franciscam gobens Sponsores [blank] Nicolas Palemon [Cancelled entry] (1845) Die Septembris 14 i Baptised henry Richardus Snouk son of Richardi & annre Snouk · Borne the 31 of augusti Sponsores Ric [unfinished and unsigned.] (1845) Die Septembris 14 i Baptised henry Richardus Loadar son of george & maryanne Loadar Borned 31 augusti Sponsores Richardus Snook & anna Nicolas Rousselin mis apost (1846) Die februarii 19a i Baptised thomas King Son of Sarah King Born 31 th day of january 1846 Sponsores james Morigny & honora Davis Nicolas Rousselin mis apost ~(1845) was baptised the 24 of september 1845 james Dolman Son of James & matilda Dolman god father James Duit Borne the 20 of September 1845 Nicolas Rousselin [po 33J (1846) Die junii 21 a was Baptised guillemus joseph Gosse Son of Joseph & J oannre Gosse. was Born the 24 march 1846 Sponsores [blank] Slade & maryanne moore Nicolas Rousselin (1845) ~ Die 30 a Decembris 1845 was Baptised james Kiping Son of james & eliza Kiping god father Mrs. Kandi & thare [blank] § Born the 29 of decemb 1845 Nicola Rousselin (1846) Die augusti 16a was Baptised a me anastasia hurdle Daughter of thomas & mary hurdle. Borne the 18 jully 1846 godfather thary Donelly & god mother Mary greenwood Nicolas Rousselin mis apost (1846) Die 11.0 octobr was Baptised joannes guillemus Son of guillemmi greenwood & joannre greenwood Sponsores frederic & francissre Hodan. natus est Die 7a octob. Nicolas Rousselin mis apost (1846) Was baptised the 6th of december james greenwood Son of william greenwood & of Mrs. frampton greenwood Borne the 2 30 of december 1845. god father thare§ & god mother margaret greenwood Nicolas Rousselin [po 34J (1847) Was baptised Margarite White Daghter [sic] of james white & maryanne White god Mother Margaret Greenwood Borne the 5 December 1846 Nicolas Rousselin (1847) Was Baptised the 8 of february frederic hiscok Son of frederic [blank] hiscok god father & god mother [blank] he was borne the 3 t of february 1847 god father thare [blank] Nicolas Rousselin

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(1847) the 23 d of march 1847 was Baptised henricus georgi [sic] filius of geogii [sic] & M. Duith natus est the 8 th of the Same month march 1847 god father jacobus Donelli & matilda Duith Nicolas Rousselin M apost (1847) the 25 of mars 1847 was Baptised henry William Man Son of William & anna Man god father & god mother Wiliam Donelly & Mrs. anna moore he was borne the 18 of february 1847 Nicolas Rousselin Mis apos [p o 35] (1847) The 4 of april 1847 was baptised francis Mary Weste Daughter of thomas & Mary Weste borne the 30th of march 1847 Nicolas Rousselin (1847) The 16 th of april 1847 Baptisatus est a me george henry Kipping son of joan & Elisa Ripping Borne [entry cancelletlJ (1847) the 21 of may was Baptised georgi [sic] henry Kiping, Son of joan & Eliza Kiping, Sponsores thare Donelli & mari ann Slade he was Borne the 16 april 1847 Nicolas Rousselin m ap (1847) the 15 of mai was Baptised .... even Son of george & .... even Sponsores than~ Donelli & maryann moore. borne the 12 of april 1847 Nicolas Rousselin (1847) was Baptised francis But Son of Christina & james But . . . . he lived but 4 hours Nicolas Rousselin [p o 36J (1847) 27 june 1847 was Baptised mary agnes Daughter of Robert & virtue Lamper god father Laurence Magee & mary anna Moore, Borne the 26 of june 1847 Nicolas Rousselin M. apost (1847) 17th july was Baptised Mary Kipping Son [sic] of [se-verallines left blank] Nicolas Rousselin mis apost (1847) 18 th august was Baptised Maria Carolina thomas, Daughter of thomas & Eliza thomas Born the 29 of mai 1847 Sponsores Maryanne Moore & Laurence Magee Nicolas Rousselin Mis apos (1848) 24 Sept was Baptised Carolina Stricland dauther [sic] of Carolina Stricland & .... her husband Borne the 1S t August 1848. god father thare Donelly & maria more. Nicolas Rousselin. [po 37] (10) September 1848 was Baptised [unfinishea:j (15) october 1848 was baptised joanna King filia David & Elizabeth King borne the 1 Septembei- 1848. god father andrea - - Slade & god mother anna Slade Nicolas Rousselin Mis apos (16) December 1848 was baptised georgius josephus Sanudry Son of elisabeth & David Sanudry Borne the 27 december 1838 god father john gobin God Mother maryanne Moore Nicolas Rousselin M ap (28) [? Nov] 1848 was baptised eliza Bugdden Dagther [sic] Daughter of eliza bugden Borne the 30th of january god father geoge [sic] gobben & eliza goben Nicolas Rousselin M ap

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[Po 38J (January 5 184:9) Was baptised jacobus butt filius jacobi & christianre Butt natus est Die prima januarii 1849 Patrini than~ Donelli & joanna Slade Nicolas Palemon m ap [An entry erased here.J

(29 july 1849) was Baptised Marta Maria Dewey Daughter of john & martha Dewey She was Born the 13 th july 1849 ponsores J. Strangemore & marta Dewey Nicolas Rousselin [The next entry in the Rev. A. Hawkins's handJ

, (September 1849 i'n the Pere Palemon's hand, but written over ,it by the Rev. A. Hawkins 21 Sept 1849) Die 21 Sept 1849 nata, et die 23 eju dem mensis et anni, Baptizata fuit a me :M ari a-Joanna Saunders, filia David et Elisabeth Saunders, Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Laurentius Macgee, Patrina Maria-Anna Moore Fr. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. [p.39J (28 September 189 [sicJ ) [Beginning of an entry scored.J (29 Sep 1849) Baptisatus est a me John Lacy filius Joannis & Elizabeth Lacy patrinus Daniel [blankJ natus est 27 januarii 1833 (or 1838). [Unsigned. J (1849 28 aout) Was Baptised Eliza Bugden Dagther [sicJ of Eliza [blank] She was Born the 30 0 of June 1849 god father george Goben Nicolas Rousselin mis apost (1849 21 octob) was Baptised [blank] Daughter of james & Maryann White god father james Strangemore & god mother Elizabeth Moore. She was borne the 16 th of october 1849

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24 october) Was Baptised the 24 of october 1849 Michel Driscol Son of John and ellen driscol god father Danil Hogan and god Mother Margret Carty. he was born the 22 nd of October 1849 Nicolas Palemon [po 40J (1849 November 25) was baptised Edward Hurdle Son of thomas & Maryann Hurdle god father Ludovicus Slade & Sara habgood. he was Borne the 2d of november 1849 Nicolas Rousselin Mis. apost ~(1849) was Baptised the 2 cl of December the name Daniel son of Henery and Jane Cluett Bourn June the l. 1849 the god Father and god mother James Strangemore and Jane Slade Nicolas Palemon (1850) the 15 th of january 1850 vVas bapti ed Mary Sarah Andrews; Daughter of Rebecca:t fath r unnown [sic] Borne the 24th:t December:t 1847:t god father & mother Louis & jane Slade Nicolas Rousselin M apost ~(1850 25 of june) Bapti~ed Mary Elen Hudley Daughter of John & Elen Hudley sponcers [sic] Lewis Slade & Maryann More 25 of June 1851 [sicJ Nicholas Rousselin Palemon

* This entry, except for the signature, appears to be in another hanel.

~ Both these entries are in different hands again, except for the signature in the first entry. Pere Palemon appears to be almost past writing now. I All these words have been altered or inked in again by the Rev. A. Hawkins.


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[po 41] (1850) tIlls day 29 of january was baptised a me helena Maria Daughter of Charle & helena Maria [s1,wname omitted] Borne the 20 t1 1. of December 1849 god father Daniel [blankJ Nicolas Rousselin [The next entry in the Rev. A. Hawkins's hand, but unsigned.] (1849) Die IaN ovbris natus est Guilelmus J oannes Dewey et baptisatus est a me, die 3 a Martis 1850, Filius Georgii et J oanme Dewey. Sponsores fuerunt J oannes Budden Dewey, et Mathilda Joanna Dolman. (1850) Die vigesima tertia junii 1850 Baptisatus est guillemus joannes Wareham filius joannis Wareham & helena: \Vareham Natus est Die 23 Maii 1850. Patrini guilemus gilet & Elizabeth More Nicolas Rousselin mis apost [po 42] . (1850 August 19) Henry Andrews Base Born son of Sophia Andrews Single woman The Father Henry Willis. Born the 10 of August Sponsers Lewis Slade & Mary Ann Moore *Nicola Rousseli [sic] M apost *(1849) june the 1st was Baptised john Hadley (1851 April 25) Baptised by me Henry Joseph Christopher Saunders son of David & Elizabeth saunders was Born 25 day of April 1851 Sponcers [sic] Le'~lis Slade & Mary Ann Moore Nicholas Rousselin Palemon (1850 Sept 9) William Gubbins son of George' Gubbins & Frances Gubbins born 8 day of september and Baptised the 9 t11 1850 sponcers James Strangemore & Mary Ann Moore Nicholas Rousselin Palemon [Henceforward in the Rev. A. Hawkins's hand] [po 43J (1851 13. Ap.) Die 13 Ap. nata et die 11 Mai ejusdem anni 1851 baptisata fuit a me Agnes Gould filia [rest of the lÂŁne blank] Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Jacobus Strangemore. Pahina Catharina Gould Fr. A. Hawkins M. Ap. (28 Novbris 1849) Die 28 Nov. 1849 nata et die 18 Mai 1851 baptisata fuit a me Adelaide Maria Mool'e Filia Henrici et [blankJ Moore - olim Stuart - Conjugum. Patrinus fuit [blank] Stuart. Patrina Maria Moore . Fr. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. [po 44J (14 Mai 1851) Die 14 Maii 1851 nata et die 1a junii 1851 baptisata fuit Elisa Rosa Dove Filia Frederici et Elisa: Lydire Dove (olim West) conjugum, Patrinus fuit Carolus Vine, Matrina Helena Maria Vine a me Franciscus Andreas [sic] Hawkins Miss. Apost. (25 Mai 1851) Die 25 Maii nata et die 9 Junii 1851 baptisatus fuit Francisca King Filia Guillelmi et Annre King, Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Ludovicus Slade Matrina Maria Anna Moore: a me, F. A. Hawkins Miss. Apost. [po 45J (14a Junii 1851) Die 14a Junii 1851 nata et die 22 a ejusdem mensis et anni baptisata est a me Francisca Brigitta

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Holms, Filla Caroli et Marice Annre Holms, Conjugum, oHm Casey Patrinu fuit Jacobus Strangemore Matrina Helena Casey Fr. . Hawkins M.A. . (27 Mai 1851) Die 27 a Maii 1851 nata et die 29 Junii 1851 baptisata est a me Maria-Joseph, Pullen Filia Jacobi et J oanme Pullen Conjugum Patrinus fuit Ludovicus Slade, Matrina Maria Anna Hurdle Fr. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. [po 46J (1851 13 Dec.) Die 13 Decenlbris 1851 nata et die 16 Decb. 1851 baptisata fuit Maria Teresia Dewey filia Joannis et Marthre Dewey olim Jewer, Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Daniel Hogan Matrina Maria Anna Moore. a [blankJ pro F. A. Hawkins M.A. (1852 7 J11) Die 7 J anuarii 1852 nata et die 8 Februarii 1852 baptisata fuit a me Agnes Gemima Guy filia Georgii et Sophire Guy Conjugum. Patnnus fuit Guillelmus Ludovicus Gillett Matrina Maria Anna Moore. F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. [po 47J (1851 17 Nov. 27 Feb.) Die 17 a Novembris 1851 nata et die 27 a Februarii 1852 baptisata fuit a me Emilia Combes filia Kesiah Combes et Elisabeth Combes, oHm Durdle, conjugum. Patrinus fuit Daniel Hogan, Matrina Rebecca Maria Andrews. Fr. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1852 8 Feb.) Die 8a Februarii 1852 natus et die 29 tt ejusdem mensis et anni baptisatus fuit a me Alfredus Edmundus James Filius Roberti et Marire James (olim Willis) Conjugum. Patrinus Edmundus James; Matrina vero Anna James. F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1852 26 Mart.) Die 26 ta Martii 1852 nata et die 5 t& Ap. 1852 baptisata fuit cp. 48J a me Maria Julia Anna Strickland Filia Lucre et Marire Annre Strickland, Conjugum (oHm Perkins) Patrinus fuh Daniel Hogan Matrina vero Maria Anna Moore F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1852 2da Ap.) Die 2da Ap. 1852 natus et die 13a ejusdem mensis et anni baptisatus fuit a me J oannes Crowley Filius Jacobi et Marire Crowley Conjugum. Patrinus fuit Joannes Denarvan. Matrina vero Julia Crowley F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1852 19 May) Die 19 Mai 1852 nata fuit Maria J uliter Payne filia Georgii et Elisabeth Payne (olim Vincent) Conjugum, baptisata fuit a Christina Butt in periculo mortis [po 49J sed die 31 a ejusdem mensis et anni Ceremonire adhibendre fuerunt a Guillelmo Young Miss. Apostolico; Patrinus fuit Daniel Hogan ; Matrina vero, Christiana Butt F. A. Hawkins. M. Ap. (1852) Die [blank] natus et die 12 Sept ejusdem anni baptisatus fuit a me Carolus Dewey Filius Georgii et J oannre Dewey Conjugum, olim [blankJ Sponsores fuere Joannes Dewey ac F. A. Hawkins Miss Ap. Mathilda Dormer (1852 5 Sept.) Die 5a Sept. natus et die 17& ejusdem mensis et anni baptisatus fuit a me Joseph Jacobus Andrews filius illegitimus Sophire Andrews, Spon-cp. 50Jsores fuere Daniel Hogan et Maria Anna Gubbins. F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap.


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(1852) Die [blank] natus et die [blankJ baptisatus fuit a me Ignatius Franciscus [? Edwinus] Clark filius Thomce ac Annce Clark Conjugum (olim JOY) Sponsores fuere Ludovicus ac Joanna Slade F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. (Sept. 1852 1853 Jan. 9) Die [blankJ Sept nata et die ga J anuarii baptisata fuit a me Veronica Hurdle, filia Thomce ac Marice Annce Hurdle conjugum (olim Langdown) Sponsores fuere F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. Ludovicus ac Maria Slade [p . 51J (1853 1 Jii) Die l a Janii [sicJ natus et die 3a ejusdem mensis et anni baptisatus fuit a me Robertus Andreas J oannes Lambert filius Roberti ac Virtue Lambert conjugum, olim Gubbins, Sponsores fuere Georgius ac Francisca Gubbins F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1853 12 J anii) Die 12a J anuarii nata est et die 16a ~jusdem mensis et anni baptisata est a me Catharina Crowley filia Jacobi et Catharince Crowley (olim Bennett) Sponsores fuere Derry Sheenan Maria Denoven F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1853 7. Ap.) Die 7a Aprilis nata et eodem die baptisata est a me Maria Winsley; Filia Richardi et Eli-[p. 52Jsabeth Winsley Conjugum olim (Calnan) Sponsores fuere Daniel Hogan cum Martha Tancrect. F. A. Hawkins M.A. (1853. 10. Ap.) Die Decima Aprilis nata ac die vigesima quinta ejusdem mensis et anni baptisata est a me Elisabeth Juliana Dewey filia Joannis ac Marthce Dewey Conjugurn. olim Jewer. Sponsores vero fuere Daniel Hogan ac Maria King. F. A. Hawkins. M.A. (1853 24 Mai) Die vigesima quart a Mai 1853 natus et die vigesima nona ej usdem mensis ac Armi baptisatus est a me Guillelmus Carolus Bugden filius Isaac ac Elisabeth Bugden olim E. James. Sponsores fuere Dionysius O'Donnell cum M. A. F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. Strickland. [po 53] (1853. 15. Aug.) Die undecima Augusti nata et die quinta decima ejusdem mensis baptisata est a me Josephina Maria Gubbins filia Georgii ac Franciscce Gubbins, Conjugum, olim Willis. Sponsores vero fuere Daniel Hogan ac Maria Slade. F. A. Hawkins M.A. (1853. 28. Julii) Die vigesima octava Julii nata et die vigesima Augusti baptisata est a me Maria Anna Joachim James filia Joannis ac Saphirce James Conjugum, oHm [blank]. Sponsores F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. Tho. ac M. Anna Cribb. (1853. 4 Oct.) Die quarta Octobris 1853 Natus ac die nona ejusdem mensis baptisatus est a me Georgius Josephus Mockridge filius [po 54J Marice Annce Mockridge Patre ignoto. Sponsores fuere F. A. Hawkins M.A. Georgius Gubbins ac [blank] Moore. (1854 Die Feb.) Die Sexta Februarii 1854 natus ac die octava baptisatus est a me Dionisius Murphy ejusdem Anni et mensis. Sponsores fuerunt Jeremias [? Shealers] et Maria Murphy. Filius Micaelis ac Marire Murphy Conjugum (olim Hayes) F. A. Hawkins.


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(1854. Die Ap. 15) Die Quinta Decima Aprilis 1854 natus ac Die Sexta Mai ejusdem Anni baptisatus est a me David Joseph James Filius Saphirre James Patre ignoto. Sponsores fuere Daniel Hogan ac Maria Anna Cribb. F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. [po 55J (1854. Die 24 Feb.) Die Vigesima Quarta Februarii 1854 nata ac Die Septima Maii ejusdem anni baptisata est a me Lucia Maria Osmond Filia Bernardi ac Elisabeth Osmond (olim Kennedy) Conjugum. Sponsores fuere Jacobus Strangemore ac Maria Slade. F. A. Hawkins. Miss. Ap. (1854 Die 31. Martii) Die Trigesima Prima Martii 1854 nata ac Die Decima Quinta Mai baptisata est a me Francisca Saunders Filia David ac Elisabeth Saunders (olim Barnes) Conjugum. Sponsores fuere L udovicus ac Joanna Slade. F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. [po 56J (1854. Ap. 18) Die Decima Octava Aprilis 1854 natus ac Die Undecima Junii ejusdem Anni baptisatus est a me Andreas Georgius Fredericus Dove Filius Frederici ac Elizabeth Dove (olim Weste) Conjugum. Sponsores vero fuere Jacobus Strangemore ac Joanna King. F. A. Hawkins. M. Apos. [The next entn:es in the Rev. J. B. Anderson's hand] (1854) Die Vigesima quinta Julii 1854 Nata; ac die Octava Augusti ejusdem Anni Baptisata est a me Maria Anna Francisca Andrews Filia [illegitima in the Rev. F . A. Hawkins's hand over several erased words] Sophire Andrews. Sponsores J aco bus Strangemore et Maria Anna Moore J. B. Anderson M.A. (1854) Die 13 Februarii nata ac die prima N ovembris ejusdem anni 1854 Baptisatus est a me Thomas [po 57J Robertus Guppy Filius Jacobi et Emmre Guppy (olim Fooks) Conjugum, Sponsores Thomas et Maria Anna Cribb. J. B. Anderson M.A. (1854) Die 29 Martii 1852, natus, et Die Prima N ovembris 1854, baptisatus est a me Jacobus Guppy, Filius Jacobi et Emmre Guppy (olim Fooks) Conjugum. Sponsores Ludovicus Slade et Maria Anna Gillet. J. B. Anderson M.A. (1854) Die 12 Novembris 1848, nat us, et Die Prima Novembris 1854 baptisatus est a me Samuel Guppy Filius Jacobi et Emmre Guppy (olim Fooks) Conjugum. Sponsores Georgius Gubbins et Charlotta Slade. J. B. Anderson M.A. (1854) Die Decima Sexta J ulii 1850, nata, et Die Prima Novembris 1854, baptisata est a me Emma Guppy, Filia Jacobi et Emmre Guppy (olim Fooks) Conjugum. Sponsores Daniel Hogan et Maria Anna Gillet. J. B. Anderson Missionarius Ap. [The next two entries in the Rev. R. L. Schofield's hand] [po 58J (1855) Die 8 va Februarii natus fuit, et eadem die sub periculo mortis baptizatus fuit Henry John James filius Joannis James et Sophire uxoris ejus olim Frampton, a me Ricardo L. Schofield M. Ap.


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Die 19 Februarii baptizata fuit

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J anuarii ejusdem anni) Christiana Virginia, fiIia J oannes et Marthce

Dewey olim lewer. Sponsores Daniel Hogan et Charlotte Slade. Ricardo L. Schofield M.A.

[In pencil, in the Rev. F. A. Hawkins's hand] George Dewey's [Rest of the page blank.] last [po 59J [In the Rev. F. A. Hawkins's hand]

(1855) Die 3ll. Martis natus ac die 263, Maii baptisatus fnit a me Guillelmus Henricus Tatchel, filius Joannis Guillelmi Tatchel ac Maw Annre Tatchel olim Dewey. Sponsores fuere Georgius Gubbins ac Maria Anna Moore F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1855 Die 15. Junii) Die Quinta Decima Junii 1855 natus ac Die 4a Augusti baptisatus est a me ejusdem anni Augustinus Anselmus Bernardus Clark Filius Thomre et Annre Clark olim loy, Conjugum. Sponsores fuere Ludo-[p. 60Jvicus ac Caroletta Slade F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. [In pencil] Donovan's child [A space here, in which has been pinned a sliP of paper with the following in an unknown hand] Frances Mary Hurdle Daughter of Thomas & Mary Ann Hurdle Born on the 24 Day of J anY and Baptised the 2d of March maiden name Mary Ann Langdown. Sponcer [sic] Lewes Slade Charlotte Slade [Unsigned] [At the bottom, in the Rev. F. A. Hawkins's handJ But in what year was she borne (1855 Die 31. Julii) Die trigesima prima Julii 1855 nata ac die 9 a Augusti ejusdem anni baptisata fuit a me Mary Maria. Andrews Filia illegitima Sophice Andrews. Sponsores fnere Ludovicus Slade [po 61] ac Martha Lambert. F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. (1855) Die Vigesima Octava Julii 1855 nata ac 25 Augusti baptisata fuit a me Elizabeth Maria James, filia Roberti ac Marice James (olim Willis) Sponsores fuere Georgius ac Francisca Gubbins F. A. Hawkins. Miss. Ap. (1855) Die Quinta Augusti 1855 natus ac die 98. Septembris baptisatus fuit a me [8.5 ems. blank] Pfrangley filius Vincentii Pfrangley ac Emilice (olim Hobbs) conjugum. Sponsores fuere G. Gillett ac Mtha Candy. F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. [The next entry in the Rev. R. L. Schofield's hand] [po 62J (John Joseph Holmes) Die [blank] ] 85 [blank] natus, et die 19 Decembris 1855 baptisatus fuit Joannes Josephus filius [blank] et [blank] Holmes (olim Casey) conjugum, patrinus fuit Ludovicus Slade, et matrina fuit Charlotte Slade a. me Ricardus [sic] L. Schofield M. Ap. 1855 (1856) Die trigesima J anuarii nata ac die trigesima prima baptizata est a. me Caroletta Maria GaItan filia Georgii ac Franciscre Gaitan (olim Slade) conjugum. Patrinus Ludovicus Slade et vero [sic] Carolet~a Slade F. A. Hawkins. M. Ap. K


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[Po 63J (1856) Die 283. Januarii natus 1856 ac die 8a Februarii ejusdem anni baptizatus fuit Fredericus J oannes Holme~ filius C-- Holmes ac [blan.k] Holmes (olim Casey) conjugum. Patrinus fuit Daniel Hogan, Matrina vero Elisa Lacey. a me F. A. Hawkins. (1856) Die Septima Martis nata, ac die 16a 1856 baptisata fuit a me Teresa Maria Aloysia Longman filia Jacobi Longman ac n[blankJ (olim [blank]) conjugum. Sponsores fuere [blank] F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. (1856) Die vigesima sexta Martis 1856 natus ac die octava Aprilis baptisa-[p. 64Jtus fuit a me Guillelmus ' Georgius Brown filius Samuelis ac Marire Brown (olim King) Conjugum. Sponsores fuere Daniel Hogan ac M. Anna Moore. F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. (1856) Die Decima Sexta mensis Martis 1856 sub conditione baptisata sunt a me Sequentes omnes Filios Jacobi ac [blank] Longman, conjugum. 10 Carolus Longman qui natus fuerat die 15 Decembris 1847 cujus ¡ Sponsores fuere Jacobus Longman ac Gloria James. 20 Sara Longman nata die vigesima quinta Martis 1849. Sponsores fuere G. Gillett [po 65J ac Elisabeth Gillett. , 30 Maria Longman nata die 3a Augusti 1852. Sponsores fuere Ludovicus ac Caroletta Slade. 40 Elisabeth Longman nata die 5 a Octobris 1854. Sponsores fuere Jacobus Strangemore ac Eliza Willis F. A. Hawkins Miss. Ap. t

[The bottom half of the page is blank, but on a piece of paper pinned to it, in the Rev. F. A. Hawkins's hand, isJ

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The little Irish Child baptised died in July 1856 John Murphy And the little [? RidlestontJ Baptised and who died soon after [B. Daniel interlined] God mother Mrs. Smith [po 66J [ToP half blank.] (1856) Die Tertia N ovembris nata ac die 183. baptisata fuit a me [blankJ Mockridge filia Helenre Mockridge, patre ignoto. F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. Sponsores fuere [blank]

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[The book is now reversed and b¡urials entered from page 74writing upside down.] [po 74J (May 21. 1851.) Died on the 19 May and was buried

Rev d Fr. Palemon Rousselin. In his 82 d year, the 53 d of his Religious Profession, of his Priesthood the 54, after having been Chaplain to this Comty & Congreg. for near 50 yrs. He went about 'doing Good and was beloved by God and Man. R.I.P. aged 82 F. A. Hawkins M.A. [Lengthwise in the margin] Having Received all the Rites of the Church (May 23. 1851) Died and was buried by me Mrs. Samways who died most piously fortified by the holy Sacraments of the Church R.I.P. aged [blank] F. A. Hawkins M.A. ;. These names have been added later in a difierent ink.


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(June 4. 1851) Died and was buricd by me M. Lambert aged 13 months. F. A. Hawkins. M.A. (June 16. 1851) Died and was buried by me Fanny King aged three weeks. F. A. Hawkins Priest. [po 73J (8 Nov. 1851) Died and was buried by [blank] Mr John Lacy who died most piously after long Sufferings borne with great Patience and Resignation on the 8 of Nov. 1851, being fortified by the holy Sacraments of the Church. R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M.A. (17 Feb. 18(2) Died and was buried by me on the 17 Feb. 1852 [blankJ West fortified by the Sacraments of our holy Church, after a long Illness, which she bore ,lVith the greatest Patience. F. A. Hawkins. M.A. R.I.P. (21 Feb. ' 1852) Died and was buried by me Kesiah Combes, Convert, [po 72J 011 the 21 Feb. 1852, after being received by me into the bosom of the Catholic Church on his Death-Bed, ¡ was baptised conditionally, and received the holy Sacrament of F. A. Hawkins M. A. Extreme Unction. R.I.P. (7 March 1852) was admitted into the Church on his Sickbed John King Son of '¼illiam King by me F. A. Hawkins M. A. [Lengthwise in the margin, written twice, for each of the two following entries] Fortified by the Holy Sacraments of the Church Died & was buried by me Anna Saphira James aged 14 years F. A. Hawkins. R.I.P. Died & was buried by me [blankJ King aged [blankJ R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M. A. [p. 71] Died & was buried by me Emilia Gubbins aged II years, Having received the H. Sacraments. R.I.P. . F. A. Hawkins. M. A. (21 June 1852) Died and was burried [sic] by me Mrs. Mary Highland aged 84 years, being fortified by the Holy Sacraments F. A. Hawkins. M. A. of the Church. R.I.P. (3 d of Ap. 1853) Died and was burried at Dorchester John Coombs being fortified by the H. Sacramts of the Church. aged [blank] R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M. A (3 May 1853) Died and was burried by me Robert Lambert aged [blank] being fortified by the Holy Sacraments of the Church. R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M. A. (26 May 1853) Died and was hurried by me Luke Strickland being [po 70J fortified by the Holy Sacraments of the Church. Aged [blankJ R.I.P. . F. A. Hawkins. M. A. (26 July 1853) Died and was burried by me Mrs. Mary Habgood being fortified by the Holy Sacraments of the Church aged [blank] R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M.A. (23 July 1853) Died and was burried by me James Davis aged [blank] R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins. M. A.


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(26 Nov. 1853) Died in the Union of Wimborne Mrs. Teresa

Brown after receiving all the Rites of the Church aged 68. R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins. M. A. Died Mary Ann Joachim lames aged Four Months. Laud. Domin F. A. Hawkins. M. A. (I Jay. 1854). Died James Habgood after receiving all the Rites of our Holy Church. Aged [blank] R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins. M. A. [po 69J [In pencil See Mr Arguile and a space left blank for an entry.J [Entries henceforward i1~ the hand of the signatory.] (4th August 1854) Died, Elias Gubbins, after a long and painful Illness, which he bore with admirable patience and receiving all the Rites of the Church. Aged 15 years. R.I.P. J. B. Anderson Missionarius Apostolicus (18 September 1854) Died, and was buried by me on the 23 d Mary Ann Frances, Andrews. Aged 7 weeks. J. B. Anderson M. Apost. (15 Nov. 1854) Died, and was buried by me, Mr. James Miles, being fortified with the Holy Sacraments. Aged 79. R.I.P. J. B. Anderson. M. A. [po 68] (March 5 1855) Died on the 5 March 1855 Jane Greenwood wife of William Greenwood, after a lingering and painful illness, which she bore with great meekness, and resignation to the Will of Almighty God, and after receiving all the rites of the church. aged [blank]. She was buried by me on the following Sunday March 11 til R.I.P. Richard L. Schofield, Miss. !\p. (28 Dec. 1855) Died 28 Dec. 1855 & was burried by me Andrew Dove, aged 1 year & Eight months. Laud. Dom um F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. (20 Jay. 1856) Died on the 20 Jay, after receiving all the Rites of the Church Betsey Gubbins, aged 18 & was burried by me. R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M. A. (1856. 13. June) Died on the 13 June aged [blankJ the Revd Thomas Tilling at Weymouth where he had [po 67J (1856. 13. June) officiated as Parish Priest durino- the last 15 years of his life. He was buried by me. The First in our new Cemetery. R.I.P. F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. (1856 17 July) Died & was buried in the new Cemetery John Murphy on the 17 July, aged Seven Days. F. A. Hawkins M. Ap. [Rest of the page blank.] [Two loose sheets of paper. On No.1, in the Rev. F. A. II awkins' s handJ J .M.J. 1. Died Mrs Mary James Oct. [blank] 1856. All the Rites of the Church aged [blank] 2. Mrs Gillett Reed &c. . . . . aged [blank] 3. Old Mr [blank] G. Gubbins Uncle. Reed on his Death Bed Aged [blank] (27 Nov. 1853)


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Old Mrs. [? Snooky] Reed &e. . . . . aged [blank] Dove Reed &e . . . . aged [blanh] Mr Greenwood Reed &e. . . . . aged ¡ [blattk] Little Mary Hurdle aged 2 yrs. Poor Little Philomene Greenwood at Paris Reed. aged 15. For Rev. Fr Aus-[On No. 2 sheet, in the same hand] Die 10 7bre 1856 natus et eadem d .... bapt. est a me J.M.J. Fil. . . . R . . . . d M . . . . Murphy (olim [blank]) Conjugum Sponsors. [L scored] ae [C . . . . Slade scored] [po 75] [Writing 1'igltt way 'up.] Receptions. (Ap. 21 , 1851) Mr Riddente and Mrs Riddente together with Mrs. Boyt were solemnly admitted into the Catholic Church, and made their 1st Communion F. A. Hawkins M.A. (Ap. 26). was also admitted on Friday John Wareham when he also made his 1st Comm. F. A. Hawkins. (1852. 15. Feb.) Was also received into the Church Kesiah Combes 011 his death-bed. 7 March 1852. Was also admitted on his Sick-bed by me John King, Son of william King. F. A. Hawkins M. A. 1853. 6. Feb. Were received into the Church Georgiana & Anna Coombes & Anna Lacey. 1853. Ap. 2. was rec d into the Church L. Strickland l. Jan. 1854. were received into the Church H. Perkins, Elisa Lacey and Mathilda Hawkins [po 76] was received into the Church 1\1r [blank] Boyt. 1856 The 18 of Ap. were received Mrs Wills & her Daughter 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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E1. Wills 12 May Emilia Pfrangley and T .... Longman [Rest of the page blank.] [Pp. 77 to 91, inclusively, bla1tk.] [po 92, at the foot of the page] J ames PUllen, Jane Pullen, Daniel Hogan [Pp. 93, 94, 95, and 96 blank.] [The book is reversed, and writing upside down] [po 98J Die vigesima octava Januarii anna Domini 1856 in Sacra Matrimonio conjuneti fuerunt Gulielmus Butt ac Maria Joannes [sic] Waterman a me F. A. Hawkins. Miss. Ap. * 'William James Butt Mary Jane Waterman Charles Barrett Emma Waterman Die vigesima septima Augusti anna Domini 1856 in Sacra Matrimonio eonjuncti fuerunt a me Georgius Pearce ac Emilia

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[Po 97J Die decima sexta Octobris anno Domini 1856 ill Sacramento Matrimonii conjuncti fuere a me Franciscus Henricus Kentell ac Elisabeth Helena Jordan F. Andrew Hawkins :M. Ap. frances [sic] henry kentell Elisabeth Ellen Jordan Daniel Hogan Martha Lambert+-Testes fuere [The book is now the right way up again. The names are in

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Die [blank] 1852. [1st colutftnJ M. A. Freeborn. Maria Strickland. Elisabeth Gillett. Helena Mockridge. Elisabeth Mockridge. Georgina Combes. Anna Combes. Emilia Gubbins. 1853. Anna Lacey. L. Strickland. Elias Gubbins. Mrs. Johns. 1st Jay. 1854. H. - Perkins. Elisa Lacey. Matilda Hawkins. Jane Greenwood. Philo. Hodan. [2nd columnJ Betsey Willis. Maria James. 16a Aprilis. Crecilia Hurdle. Jacobus Smith. 1856. 24. Ap. [blank] Wills. Elisabeth Wills. Th. Tubbs natus 83. 12 May. Emilie Pfrangley & - - Longman. [Pp. 100 to . 1.16, inclusively, blank.] [Entries are now made from the back of the book-wr1:ting ups1:de down.] [po 120J [In the Rev. R. Brindle's hand] Die 28 Decembris 1847 in Sacro matrimonio Conjuncti fuerunt Georgius Stricland & Joanna Adams R. Brindle M. Ap. I hereby promise that all children with which God may bless my marriage shall be brought up in the faith of the Roman Catholic Church. Brindle Clerk George X Stric1anc1 W1'tnesses {Ralph Nicolas Rousselin Clerc [In the Rev. F. A. Hawkins's hand] I the undersigned do hereby promise that All the Children with which it shall please Almighty God to bless my nlarriage with Jemima Mary Wills shall be brought up in the Faith of the Catholic Church. Thomas [? fougone] [po 119 blank.] [po 118J [In the Rev. F. A. Hawkins's hand] Confirmation On this 17 of July 1851 were solemnly confirmed by Bishop Hendren of Nottingham, olim of Clifton, in our newly consecrated Church of the Seven Dolours of Mary, Stape Hill. [Nine pencilled lines are left blank. Then at the foot of the page]

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Thos. Cribb. Mrs. M. A. Strickland. Mary A. Cribb. Mary Strickland. [po 117J Georgina Combes. Elisabeth Gillett. Anna Combes. Elisabeth Mockridge. Jane King. A. Clark. Fr. A. Hawkins M.A. [In the Rev. Luke O'Kelly's hand]

'unday 16 th of Sept. 1859. Feast of the purity of the B.V. Mary. The following were confirmed by the Right Rev d Dr Vaughan Lord Bishop of the Diocese Thomas Johil Samways . Thomas Francis George Pierce Edward John Joseph Galton Mary Joseph Louisa Wills Gemima Josephine Longman , Emily Mary Ignatius Dewey Eliza Mary Joseph Hurdle } Cecilia Mary Winifride Hurdle Ringwood Anastatia Mary Magdalene Hurdle Agnes Joseph Catherine James Frances Mary Elizabeth James Agnes Joseph Teresa Lambert [The remainder written lengthwise in the right-hand margin]

Mary Anne Elizabeth Pierce Eliza Lucy Agatha Loder Total 14 Stape hill Sept 17th 1859. Luke O'Kelly Pastor. [po 121 blank.]

[On the last page, 122, a rough entry in the Pere Palemon's hanlJ John Hudley Elen Cave Mary Elen Hudley Baptised 25 Born 9 day of June of Jtme Lewis Slade Mary Ann More N. Palemon M. apost. Henry A. [On the inside back cover, i11. pencilj Die 250. Augusti natus et die 28 ejusdem mensis et anni

MORE baptizata fuit Joannes More filius Petri More et Annre [? Chibbery] . [In ink, in the Pb'e Palemon's hand] Last [? SalevJ 15 henry Richar tu. allSara George Loader Mary Anne Loader [~nd

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No. IV TICHBORNE REGISTER AND MSS. (1785-1837) TRANSCRIBED AND EDITED BY CANON R. E. SCANTLEBURY HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION BY THE RT. REY. JOHN HENRY KING AND CANON R. E. SCANTLEBURY

The parish of Tichborne lies east of ,"Vinchester, in the centre of the Fawley Hundred, and rises from north to south from the valley through which the River Itchen wanders (Victol'ia Co~mty History of Hampshi1'e, iii, 336 sq.). The family and the parish take their name from the Itchen Bourne. Tichborne House lies to the ea~t of the branch road running north to Tichborne from the main Winchester to New Alresford road. The present house was built at the beginning of the last century to replace the Old House which had existed as early as Henry III's time. Tichborne occupies a place in the Catholic history of Hampshire which is unique, for it has come down to us unchanged in its Penal Day dress of a chaplaincy, and of all the famous recusant families in Hampshire the Tichborne family alone has survived. The history of Tichborne is, therefore, the history of the family. The family was already there, as documents prove, by the i:\velfth century, and they may well have been there for a long time before the earliest writing. At the time of the Babington Plot, Chideock Tichbome claimed that the house descended from two hundred years before the Conquest. The famous" Tichbome Dole" is attributed to the twelfth-century" Crawl" of the Lady Mabilla. Following the history of Hampshire Manors as given by the Victoria Coumty History we find that their first extension in property dates from about 1250, when John de Tichbome acquired the Manor of Limerstone in the West Medina of Wight [Isle of Wight] by marriage with Mabel, daughter and heiress of John de Limerstone. That property remained with the family till 1724. Soon after 1300 another John de Tichbome obtained Kempshott by his union with Margaret, heiress of Roger de Sifrewast. Benjamin Tichbome sold this Manor in 1578. By 1337 the Manor of West Tisted came by the same means. Richard and Walter, sons of Sir John Tichborne, married Alice and Agatha, the co-heiresses. For two centuries their descendants formed a separate branch and adopted the surname of Tisted, but by 1540 it had devolved upon four coheiresses, and the head of the Tichbome clan bought it back tc? the family. The Lord of Tichbome in the closing years of the fifteenth century was John, Sheriff of Hants in the third year of Henry VII, and married to Ann Mervyn (Berry [Hants Genealogies] says that John's wife was Margaret, daughter and heiress of Richard Martin; the official Pedigree at Tichborne House is followed here). John was succeeded in 1498 by his son William, who died without issue, so that the next son, Nicholas came into possession. Other sons were Henry (of Longwood) and Thomas. In the Visitation of St. Mary's Abbey, Winchester, in 1536, a Thomas Tichbome is mentioned as chaplain (Vic. Co. Hist., ii, 124). l


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Nicholas married Ann, daughter of Robert White of South Warnborough. Berry gives their children as Bartholomew, Nicholas, Roger, William, Dorothy, Margaret and Dorothy. Mrs. Ann died in 1519, and is commemorated by a small plate in Tichborne Church. Nicholas lived till 1540. His eldest son must have died earlier, for Nicholas junior succeeded and was already of mature age when he came into possession. He appears to have been considered friendly to Henry VIII's policy, for we find a letter of John Kingsmill to Wriothesley in 1539, telling him to summon to the County Sessions « young Nicholas Tichborne" and others" as they are indifferent men" (Vic. Co. Hist., v, 336). Nicholas junior was twice married. His first wife was Juliana, daughter of a ' London alderman, Henry Fenrother; his second was Elizabeth Rythe, of a good old Hampshire family and the sole heiress of her three brothers. In the Winchester Presbytery there is a Latin Bible (printed Paris, 1526) which once belonged to Nicholas Tichborne. In it he entered, in Latin, Mem. that on the 9th day of October in the 21st [? 11th] year of the reign of Henry VIII at [?J 6 in the afternoon, was born Francis Tichborne son of Nicholas Tichborne Junior." ~ A letter written by Sir Henry, 3rd Baronet, to his son is still extant at Stonyhurst (cj. Morris, Troubles of our Catholic Forefathers, vol. i) In it he begins the story of the Tichbornes with the Nicholas mentioned above, who was first cousin to Peter of Portchester, Lionel of Sherfiel<l English and Nicholas of Hartley :Thlaudit. By his first wife he had the son Francis whose birth is recorded above. Of the second wife Sir Henry says "Your great great:I; grandmother was of the family of Rythes, very ancient in these parts and by whom we yet possess some lands. Her piety was the stay of our family in the Catholic faith of our ancestors, and her prudence the support of it in the greatest agonies of our affairs and most dangerous symptoms of our decays, which her prudence restored again to its former health and thriving constitution." A truly great encomium! Sbe is the 1577 Recusant Widow Tichborne of West Tisted in the footnote below. By the first marriage there was also a daughter Juliana who married Thomas Cresswell. Nicholas died in 1555 and his heir Francis in 1565, without issue. Francis settled the estates for life on his ,\yidow, Joan, who, in 1571, handed over her interest in them to Benjamin, the eldest son of Nicholas's large family by his second wife. Besides Benjamin there were Gilbert, Ambrose. Martin, Jerome, and three (? four) daughters-Ann wife of John Beconsawe, Jane wife .of Francis Yate, and Constance wife of Robert Knight. The (?) fourth daughter was Mabelwho married John Beard of Abbcrton, The three brothers were Thomas, William and James. The last· named died in 1572. The two other brothers and the sister all appear as Recusants in Bishop Horne's list of 1577 (C.R.S., xxii, 40-1)-" Thomas Rythe of Ropley" worth £300 in goods. "William Rythe and his wife of Totiord" worth £20 per annum in lands and £200 in goods. "Mistress Tytchborne wedowe" of West Tisted worth £40 per annum in lands and £600 in goods. In the Recusants Roll of 1592/3 there is mention of .. Elizabeth Rythe of Selborne, widow" (C.H..S., xviii, 289). The TichbQrne family inherited the main portion of the Rythe property. ~ The Rev. John Churcher's name is also written in this Bible. :I; Cj. article by Michael Trappes-Lomax, .. In the Footsteps of Challoner," p. 46, Westm. Cath. Chronicle, 1946. Sir Henry confused the generations in his old age. She was the great-grandmother.

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Sussex, and whose SOll, Ben Beard, actell as iniormer against his own kin in 1594 (cf. Ampleforth Journal, SpIi.I!g, 192u). The list of "Influential Catholics" in 1574 (C.R.S., xiii, 06) mentions Benjamin and Jerome (though the Editor practically denies jerome's existence). Gilbert was then abroad. None of the brothers appears in Bishop Home's list of Recusants in 1577, though the mother's name is there. The official Tichborne Pedigree says that she died in 1576. Yet Cardinal Gasquet quotes a letter from her written in 1586 CHants Recusants, p.41}. Though Bishop Horne's list does not include Benjamin, we find " Tichborne, Benjamin Tichborne gent and his wife" in a similar list, apparently in the 1580s (Canon St. G. K. Hyland, A Century of Persecution, pp. 316, 380). Gilbert Tichborne appears among the Recusants of 1592/a, but there is no mention of Benjamin. It would seem that he found it necessary to make some show of conforming to save his estates. Brother Foley says of him (Records S.J., iii, 68411,): "Mr. B. Tichborne was a great favourer of Papists, and was himself suspected. not having been to the' Lord's Supper' for some years past; and Mrs. T., and others of his house, refused to go to church. He gave warning to divers Catholics to :fl.y from the diocese, who would otherwise have been apprehended by the savage Bishop." Sir Benjamin's vme, Lady Amphyllis, was the daughter of Lord Chief Baron Weston. ~ Their sons were Richard, Walter, Benjamin and Henry, and their daughters Elizabeth. \vho marrie<l,. V\'illiam Owen-Ann.:t who married William Brock (or Brooke)-and Amphyllis, who married William Gratwick. Sir Henry, the youngest son, settled in Ireland. Sir Benjamin, the third son, and his wife Margaret, are buried in West Tisted Church (" Hic infra jacet corpus Benjamini Tichborn Equitis: obut 21 Aug. }G65. Requiescat in pace." "Hic infra a latere dilecti viri sui Benjamini Tichboro Equitis jacet COl'pUS Dre Margaritae Tichborn: obdormivit in Domino A.D. 1677. R.I.P.") The two elder sons, Richard and Walter, married two sisters. co-heiresses of Richard White of Aldershot, nephew to Bishop John White. Richard man-ied Ellen and Walter Mary. Sir Walter and Mary lived at Aldershot, where they raised a very large family. Their eldest son, Benjamin, married Elizabeth heiress of Sir John Compton of Colemore. Their son, Compton Tichbome, died in 1G57/8 and left his property to the 3rd Baronet, Sir Henry, passing over his own father, who was still alive! The second son of Sir Walter, Francis, was the ancestor of Henry. who succeeded as 6th Baronet upon the failure of male heirs of the senior line. Gilbert Tichborne, Sir Benjamin's brother, was a sturdy Confessor of the Faith. He was expelled from the Inns of Court early in Elizabeth's reign and exiled to Flaaders in 1573. In August 1580 he accompanied Laurence Vaux, ยง a Canon RegulC!-r of St. Augustine, to England, and the pair were arrested at Rochester and thrown into the Gatehouse Prison by Alymer, Bishop of London. Laurence Vaux died in the Clink in 1585, but Gilbert would seem to have been released. In 1592 he was again in trouble for voluntarily hearing Mass, and his small estate He was the famous Sir Benjamin Tichbornc. He and all his four sons were knighted (Rev. T. C. Wilks. History oj EIampshire. i, 367. London, n.d.). ,Bro. Foley .te~s (-!?ecords 5,.J.โ€ข ill, 647 sq~.) ho:w. Benj~min got his

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a.t Totford was taken to cover the fine of one hundred marks and he was put in prison. In 1694 he was still in prison, in Winchester Castle. After that \ve lose sight of him. His stone records his death in 1636 at the age of 96* (C.R.S., xlii, 151. M.l. No. I). Sir Richard. 2nd Baronet, son of Sir Benjamin and Gilbert's nephew, lost his wife, Ellen White, in 1606, and he then married Susan daughter of William Walled~ of Stoke Charity, who bore him three sons and two daughters.:t Of these Ann married Charles Tasburgh and Elizabeth married her first cousin, James Phelyps, and apparently brought the Faith back to that family. Richard § and John ~ died before their father, who was succeeded by Sir Henry, 3rd Baronet, in 1(j57. Sir Henry married Lady Mary Arundell, daughter of vVilliam Arundel, second son of Thomas 1st Baron of Wardour, and was succeeded in turn by his son Sir Henry Joseph, 4th Baronet, from whom the title passed to Sir Henry Joseph's brother, Sir John Hermenegild, S.l. Upon Sir Jobn Hermenegild's death in 1748 the title passed to Henry. great-great-grandson of the Sir Walter mentioned above. This Sir Hemy, the 6th Baronet, married Mary Blount, grandchild of the 4th Baronet. Their son, Sir Henry, the 7th Baronet, succeeded in 1785. He mauied Elizabeth Plowden, who bore him a numerous family. Three of their sons succeeded as the ' 8th, 9th and lOth Baronets.

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Very little js known about the chaplains. Traces of their presence, however, are recorded. "In the panelled rooms of the" Dower House at West Tisted ., there remain some fine overmantels of dark carved oak, twisting staircases . . . . one leads to a priest's hole which is now an ordinary room. What once was the Chapel is now used as a sittingroom; an arch in the outside wall has been blocked up: the altar table and a huge and ancient fourpost bedstead were sold by auction on the death of the last tenant" (D. H. M. Read, Highways and Byways in Hatnpshi're, London, 1908). In the Chantry Chapel of the Tichborne Parish Church there is preserved " a wooden altar table of Elizabethan date and curious proportions with a Latin cross in slight relief on the surface. It was secretly used to support a small stone super¡altar for Mass in the 16th and 17th Centuries" (J. Charles Cox, Little Counties Guide to Hampshire). The Rev. T. C. Wilks, in his History oj Ham,pshire) also says (ii, 17) that Tichborne Church is one of few English churches in which the ancient altar remains: "At Titchborne, as at some other seats of old families professing the ancient faith, the parish church was, within the memory of living persons, appropriated in part to the use of Roman Catholics of the neighbourhood," and in a footnote the Editor adds "I cannot doubt the authority upon which I make this statement." If these statements are true, this is something without parallel in Penal Days. A priest named Fennell is said to be " at Mr Ticbborne's in Hampshire" in March 1588 (C.R.S., xxii, 128). This may refer to Sherfield English, though much more probably to Tichborne. He was Simon Fennell, who was reported by Thomas Dodwell, the spy, in February 1583 or 1584, as being shortly about to come to England, and who in 1586 was said to be in England (Foley, Records S.]., vi, 725, 730). Father Robert Parsons numbered among his students at BaIliol College " Simon Fennell" (C.R.S., ii, 19). Simon Fennell was ordained at Laon on vVbitsun Eve, 1583. He was still at large in England in 1594 when the informer, Ben Beard, reported that Fennell and Richards~ were continually at :rvIrs. Tichbome's house at West Tisted and that whenever the search grew dangerous they took refuge in Jerome Heath's ~ house in Winchester. The informer also stated that John Shelley was in the habit of taking them round the country dressed in the livery of My Lord Montague, with the chains of office round their necks. The flIst priest of whom we have any knowledge is Dr. Robert Tempest, S.J. There were two priests of the Tempest family, both named Robert, and both Doctors-the one" of Law," the other of Divinity." Some confusion seems to have been caused by the similarity in names, in Dodd's Church History, and apparently in a note in the C.R.S. vol. xiii (p. 117).

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The elder Robert Tempest, born in co. Durham, Doctor of Law, went to Rheims in January 1584 (Knox, Douay Diaries, I-II, p. 200); was ordained that year (ibid., p. 12); went to Rome in January 1585 (ibid., p. 203); was in Paris in 1590 during a famine (ibid., p. 236); returned to the College at Rheims on 8 November and succeeded Dr. Worthington as Procurator at the end of the year (ibid., p. 237); went to Douay in May 1593 (ibid., p. 250). In the Third Douay Diary (C.R.S., vol. x) we find him in Flanders, twice visiting the College from Antwerp, in July 1599 (p. 7), and 17 June 1603 (p. 51), on the second occasion to receive faculties for the Mission. vVhen he died we do not know, but it was seemingly before 1626, for his testamentary wishes regarding the College, to which he bequeathed property in Antwerp, are set out in C.R.S. xiii, 244-6. Therein his brother and nephew, William Tempest and William's son Thomas, and another nephew, Henry Clifford, are mentioned. His nephew, Robert Tempest, D.D., son of Michael Tempest, born in County Durham in 1563, entered the College at Rheims in 1584 from the Preparatory School at Eu (Knox, Douay Diaries, I-II, p.201). He appears to have been sent to Rome, for he returns thence in ill health in October 1589, and was sent to Paris in the following January (ibid., p. 227); returned in August (ibid., p. 232) to teach logic (ibid., p. 233); was ordained in Rheims Cathedral 21 September 1591 (ibid., p. 241). He visited Rome, returning in June 1600, having visited his uncle in Antwerp before setting out for England (C.R.S., xiii, 22). He left for England 15 July 1601 (ibid., p. 26). Round about 1612 he was in prison. Foley, who has several references to him. (Records S.]., ii, 141; iii, 266, 401 sqq., 718; v, 819; vii, 766-7), speaks of a long imprisonment. Mrs. Bryan Stapleton (Oxf01'ds. Post-Reform. Missions, p. 73) states that he suffered I t a long, wellnigh thirty years, imprisonment for the Faith and when released he retired into Hampshire." The account in Foley (iii, 401), erroneous in other details, says that he was in prison from 1612 to 1614, in which year he joined the Society. It was in 1624 that he entered the Society, though the fact was apparently so little known that in 1632 he was rated among the secular clergy. In 1628 he was working in London and in 1632 in the Hants District. His last years were spent at Tichborne, where he probably died 13 July 1640, and was buried in a It churchyard never yet profaned by heretics," an obvious allusion to St. james's Cemetery, Winchester. Gillow (Diet. of Eng. Cath., v, 464) says that Dom Thomas Vincent Sadler, O.S.B .â&#x20AC;˘ was probably Chaplain to Sir Henry Tichborne in Hants for sometime before 1657." This Benedictine Father dedicated his The Daily Exercise of the Devout Rosarists to Sir Henry in 1657, and one wonders if this is Gillow's only proof of the chaplaincy. The next chaplain, in and before 1692, was the Rev. John Churcher (C.R.S., ix, 107; cf. xlii, 3). The Franciscans were also here apparently at this time, and later, though Father Thaddeus in his Franciscans in England is vague about dates. He gives many details about Father Augustine Bill, O.S.F., but does not say that he was at Tichborne. Yet Gillow (op. cit., iii, 313) says "It was Fr Aug. Hill, O.S.F., who was chaplain to Sir Henry Tichborne, near Winchester, and no doubt it is his portrait which appears in the celebrated Tichborne-dole picture by Tilbourg in 1670, described in the key as < No. 13, Rev. R. Hill, who died at a

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very advanced age, Sept. 14, 1692: It is clear that the key was written long after the picture was pa.inted," hence the error in the initial. Foley (v, 809 (t1~d note) asserts that the chaplain was the Rev. Robert Hutton, S.J., alias Robert Hill. Gillow denies this identification, and asserts that Augustine Hill died at Tichborne 14 September 1692. The controversy is decided by the Old Chapter List drawn up by the Rev. John Ward in 1692. In it he states" Mr Augustin Hill of the order of St. Francis of Assissium, resides constantly at Sir Henry Tichbomes" (C.R.S., ix, 107). John Churcher and Augustine Hill were, therefore, at Tichborne together at this time. Father Thaddeus sta.tes that Father Paul of Francis (Matthew) Atkinson, O.S.F. (see supra, Sopley Introdu,ction, p. DO), "resided for a time at Tichborne." This is sandwiched between statements referring to 1687 and 1698. We know that he came on the English Mission in 1687. A pencilled note in Mr. Joseph Gillow's copy of Thaddeus places Fr. Atkinson at Tichborne" some time after the Revolution of 1688." There is a long interval before the recording of another chaplain's name. Bishop Challoner visited Tichborne on 15 and 16 July 1741, and there found a congregation of 150 under the Hev. Anthony Father" stone, O.S.F. There is no Anthony Fetherstone in Franciscans in England nor in the Franciscan Obituary List (C.R.S., vol. xxiv), but extracts from unpublished papers in the Franciscan Provincial Archives at East Bergholt-kindly communicated by Father H. Docherty, O.F.M.-show him to be a Fl-anciscan. A letter from Sir Henry Tichborne, dated 19 March 1740/1 and postmarked" Alresford," to Father Joseph Pulton, O.S.F.) has a postscript: "My service to Mr Wright [the Bankerl. Me fetherstone desires his to you." There are two letters from Father George Lancaster, O.S.F., at Grove Park. In the first, dated 21 October 1730 and addressed apparently to the Provincial, he mentions that Featherstone has been over to see him and that he accompanied him back to Edgebaston. He thinks the scholars in the school are too advanced for Featherstone and that the latter might usefully be put to parish work in Edgebaston. A letter from Father Thomas Holmes, O.S.F. (no address), to the Provincial, Fr. Joseph Pulton, O.S.F., dated 30 October 1730, tells of difflculties with the Matron at the Edgebaston School, but that Mr. Featherstone hopes that the school will go on. The second letter from Fr. George Lancaster, O.S.F., at Grove Park, to the Provincial, Fr. Joseph Pulton, O.S.F., dated 2 December 1730, mentions a visit he and Fr. Holmes had made to Edgebaston to pacify the l\1atron. Fr. Featherstone told Fr. Lancaster that he had pressingly asked the Provincial to move him from Edgebaston, but "'ould give no reasons. Fr. Lancaster's advice is that Fr. Featherstone be moved, as he will continue to 'vorry. Finally, there is a letter from Fr. Fetherstone himself, dated Edgebaston 8 March 1730/1, to Fr. Pulton, the Provincial, reminding the Provincial of the latter's promise soon to relieve him. In accordance with the injunction of the last Chapter he presents his accounts. He has" received £44,. 18.6, spent £39. 18.0." There is owing to him" from Lord Fauconberge £10 for half a year's salary when in Flint; from Mr Fox of Fredeshin in Salop £1 . 10 . 0; from Mrs Price of Llanvilling £4. 10.9." Since his arrival in England he has married one couple, baptized four persons and buried eight. The letter is signed" B. Ant. fietherston." There is evidence here that he had been stationed at Flint before 1731. Neither Robert Hutton nor Augustine Hill was of a very advanced age in 1692. The former was born in 162D, the latter in 1638.

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What the other two debts are for does not appear. It has been said that" Fetherstone" was an alias of Fr. Anthony Parkinson t Junior. This seems to be borne out by the date of death. Anthony Parkinson's death, by apoplexy, occurred on 18 March 1750 (C.R.S., xxiv, 309). Anthony Fetherstone's obit is given as 29 March 1750 (infra, p. 186). The difference of eleven days would be accounted for by the alteration in the Calendar, the Franciscan Obituary List giving the date in the Old Style and Sir Henry Tichborne in the New Style. It is also noteworthy that Fr. Anthony Parkinson, Junior, was sent on the English Mission in 1729 or shortly afterwards (Thaddeus, p. 282). A little later two Franciscans \\ ere living there together, Father lohn BaptLc;t Beaumont, O.S.F. (see supra, p. 56), and Father Angelus Ravenhill, O.S.F. A list compiled by Father Felix Englefield places them at Tichborne in 1758, but the Hampshire Ledger shows that Fr. Beaumont was there from at least about 1756 (see p. 56). Annotations in Mr. Joseph Gillow's copy of Thaddeus give Richard" as Fr. Ravcnhill's christian name and his obit as " 22 October 1792, at Lower Hall, Salmesbury." Another gap occurs until 1785, the date of this Register, when the Rev. Francis Leigh was Chaplain. He was the son of James Leigh and his wife Ann (Halford) and was born in the Midlands 20 April 1759. He took the Mission Oath at Douay 24 June 1779, before Richard Southworth, Vice-President and Professor of Theology and later priest at Brockhampton. The earliest entry made by him in the Register is 3 May 1785, of a baptism administered by the Rev. George Bruning, S.J., in the parish of Sutton. Three more baptisms were entered in 1786, after which apparently he left Tichborne. He died 6 February 1830 at Hatherop.~ (C.R.S., xii, 188). His successor was the Rev. Charles Peters. who remained for forty-six years. Only twelve baptisms are entered down to 1790, and then there is no further record of baptisms until 1829. As the leaves of the Register are loose it is possible that some are missing, though more probably, if records were kept.. they were entered in another Register which has not yet been discovered. Baptisms by Father Laurence Byron (see Sopley Introduction , supra, p. 99) were entered from November 1829 to June 1831, and his name is given in the 1831 Laity's Directory under Tichborne, which seems to indicate that Father Peters was ill during his last years. Father Peters died 2 February 1833, aged 73, and was buried in St. james's Cemetery, vVinchester (cf. C.R.S., xlii, 176, M.I. No. 222). The 1834 Laity's Directory gives the Rev. - - . McStay at Tichborne and the 1835 edition the Rev. Henry Philips. No entries were made by the Rev. Edward McStay, but the Rev. Henry Philips afterwards entered baptisms performed by the Rev. Edward McStay in August, October and December 1832, and in March 1833. These seem to be taken from another Register which the Rev. Edward McStay took away with him, for the Rev. Henry Philips prefaces the entries with "1832 Extractum e Registro Baptismali manuscripto ad me infrascriptum ab Edwardo MCStay misso." The Rev. Henry Stephen Philips (see Portsea ].ntYod'L'{'cti01z in a subsequent volume:1:) baptized here from August 1836 to 1846. I.e. Bishops Sutton. ~ Mrs. Bryan Stapleton (Oxfordsltire Post-Refortnation Missio ns, p. 175) seems to confuse Lee and Leigh. t!: It was intended to publish the Portsea Register before the Tichborne Register, but printing restrictions limiting the size of the volumes have caused the order of publication to be altered. H

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The following priests have baptized at lichbome since that time. Those ,,,,ho were obviously not chaplains, but merely performing an occasional baptism, are marked with an asterisk. Revv. 1846-51 John Tilt 1851-2: Amadee Guidez 1853 . O. Chevalier 1853-9 Eugene Reardon 1860-2 John J. Fegan 1864 Joseph Styles 1865 Ignatius Collingridge* 1865-79:I: Thomas Quinn 1880-1 Daniel Spillane 1883 Francis L. Weale 18S!) Everard Aloysius Gonzaga Arundell* 1885-90 lohn VVyse 1890 Luke Gunning* 1890-6 lohn Trumble 1898-9 Laurence Doran 1899-1906 § Louis Hall 1909-10 Francis Green 1910-12 William J. Flynn 1912-20 Hugh Breslan 1920-43 Albert Peter Lion 1943Charles Sebastian Ritchie TICHBORNE REGISTER AND

MSS.

A suede-covered note-book (similar to modem autograph albums), 6} X 4 inches, with brass clasp at the longer end, has been used as a Register. The binding is broken and the leaves, unpaged, are loose. The book bas not been used as it was made to be used, i.e. the entries are not across the 6! inches, but across the 4: inches, so that the clasp is at the bottom of the writing. The inside cover is plain white paper. There is no fly-leaf and the entries begin without any heading. All the entries down to and including Father Peters' own entries appear to be in Fr. Peters' hand, the rest are all in Father Philips's ·writing.

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Die 3a Maii an. 1785. Lucia Linckhorne filia Augustini

& Annre Linckhorne baptizata fuit a Georgio Bruning Sacerdote

Societatis Jesu in Parochia Sutton, Patrino Jacobo Bulbeck-ita testatur Franciscus Leigh [TornJ Januarii an. 1786. Catharina Brewer filia Gul. & Barbarre Brewer Conjugum Catholicorum apud Philmore Hill baptizata fuit a Fran. Leigh Sacerdote, Patrinis Thoma & Catharina Bulbeck - - Die 30a Aprilis an. 1786. Sarah Beezley in parochia Alresford baptizata fnit a Fr. Leigh patrinis Gilbert & Freeman Apud Alton a Fran. Leigh baptizata fuit mense Julii 1786 filia Jac. Stubbington patrino Thoma Moody from the Warren

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[Po 2J Apud Cheriton Anna Cole nata die 53, Jan. an. 1787. filia Jac. & Sane Cole Conjugum Catholicorum a me infrascripto baptizata fuit die 8va Jan. ejusdem anni; Patrinis Jac. Bulbeck & Maria Berry Car. Peters. Maria Anna Brewer nata die 3a Septembris an. 1787 filia Gul. & Barbarre Brewer Conjugum Catholicorum apud Philmore Hill Rants baptizata fuit a me infrascripto die 5a Septembris ejusdem anni, Patrinis J ac. Bulbeck Francisca Knight (Mary Berry proxy) Car. Peters Elizabetha Pad wick filia Mar[tornJ Padwick baptizata fuit a me infrascripto die 19. Novembris an. 1787. Thoma Hammond respondente pro. Gul. Brewer Car. Peters [p. 3J J oannes Newell natus die 6a Decembris an. 1787. filius Thomre & [blankJ Newell Conjugum Catcorum a me infrascripto baptizatus fuit die 9 a Dec. ejusdem anni Patrinis [blankJ [UnsignedJ Maria Norris filia Winifredre Norris & Joannis Tuck nata die 6a Februarii an. 1788 baptiza [sicJ a me fuit die 12 ejusdem mensis & anni Patrinis Jacobo Bulbeck & Francesca Norris. 1nfans nata fuit in Parochia Tichborne Car. Peters Maria Burne filia Joannis & Margaritre Burne nata apud Ripley prope Guilford in comitatu Surrey die 20 a Septembris an. 1787 Parentibus pertinentibus ad Parochiam S. Pri Exeter a me [po 4J infrascripto baptizata fuit die 13a Februarii an 1788 apud Tichborne. Patina [sicJ Francesca Knight. Car. Peters Maria Morley filia Gulielmi & Marire Modey Con jugum Catcorum nata (in Parochia New Alresford) die l1 a Februarii an. 1788 a me infrascripto baptizata fuit die 173. ej usdem mensis & anni. Patrina Margarita Hall. Car. Peters Joannes Michael Tichborne filius Nob: Dni Henrici Tichborne Baronetti & Dominre Elizabethre~ Conjugum natus circa horam 2am matutinam diei 22a! Februarii an. 1788 eadem die a me infrascripto baptizatus fuit Patrinis Dnis Michaele Blount juniore & Lucia Drummond. Car. Peters [po 5J Thomas Morley filius Edwardi Morley Catholici & [blankJ Morley Protestantis natus die 31. Martii eadem die a me infrascripto baptizatus fuit, Matrina Eliz. Bulbeck Parentes & 1nfans de Parochia Tichborne. Anno 1789 Car. Peters Thomas Cole filius Jacobi & Sarre Cole Conjugum Catholicorum natus die 20 Aprilis 1789 a me infrascripto apud Cheriton baptizatus fuit die 5a Aprilis ejusdem anni. Patrinis Thoma Newell & Francesca Knight Car. Peters [The next entry is in the same hand as the previous entries; the signature is apparently autographic.] Georgius Tichborne filius Nob. Dni Henrici Tichborne Baronetti & Dnre Elizabethre Conjugum natus die 15a Aprilis 1789

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eadem die baptizatus fuit Joanne Biddulph de Burton & Dna Francisca Cary patrinis W. Walmesley [po 6J Apud Alton J oannes filius Jacobi Catholici & Marth~ Stubbington Protestantis natus die 298. Martii 1789 a me infracripto omnibus rite peractis baptizatus fuit die 168. Aprilis ejusdem anni, Patrinis Carolo & Francesca Moody de Winton C. Peters Gulielmus Morley filius Marire Morley natus die 24& J unii 1789 baptizatus fuit a muliercula Protestante eadem die, omnia a me infrascripto supplebantur die 28& denuo sub conditione baptizatus fuit infans die 5a Aprilis 1790 a me Car. Peters [In the Rev. H. Philips's handJ [po 7J Hrec libri baptismalis pars a me infrascripto fnit excerpt a pro testimonio parentum. Die 21 N ovembri 1829 natus & die 23 ejusdem mensis & anni baptizatus fuit, Thomas, filius Caroli & Joannre (oHm Butcher) Guy, conjugum; Patrinis Jacobo & Sara Coles, a Domino Laurentio Byron. M.A. Die 18 Novembri 1830 natus & baptizatus 22 vel 23 ejusdem mensis & anni fuit Georgius, filius Gulielmi & Marire Martin (olim Perry) conjugum. Patrinis, Maria Martin & Martino Maher, a Domino Laurentio Byron M.A. [po 8J Nata die 2 Septembri 1831 & baptizata die incerto ejusdem mensis, fuit Elizabeth filia Joannis & Bridgittre Barton (oHm Hanley) conjugum. Patrinis, Reverendo Domino L. Byron & Anna Smith. a Domino Laurentio Byron A.M. Die 8 Junii nata & die 9 ejusdem mensis 1831 baptizata fuit Catherina Maria filia Jacobi & Sarre Cole (olim King) conjugum. Patrinis, Illustri F rancescre Arundell & Thoma Coles. a Domino Laurentio Byron A.M. Die Septembri 23 nata & 25, 1830 baptizata fuit Joanna filia Jacobi & [po 9J Joanna! Patience (olim Burke) conjugum. Patrinus fuit Thomas Doughty, a Domino Laurentio Byron A.M. Henrico Philips A.M. 1832 Extractum e Registro Baptismali manuscripto ad me infrascriptum ab Edwardo McStay misso. Die 4 Augusti 1832 nata & eodem die baptizata fuit Euphemia Anna Elizabeth, filia Illustrissimi J osephi Thadrei Dormer Baronis Anglici et Elizabethce (oHm Tichborne) conjugum Patrinis Henrico Josepho [po 10J Tichborne Baronetto & Anna Condessa de Newburgh. ab Edwardo McStay A.M. Die 3 0 Octobris 1832 nata & die 21 ejusdem mensis & anni baptizata fuit Sarah filia Gulielmi Martin & Marice (oHm Perry) Conjugum. Patrinis Michaele Heney & Brigitta Barton. ab Edwardo McStay A.M . .:: Die 20 Maii 1830 natus & die 9 0 Decembris 1832 baptizatus

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fuit Georgius filius Henrici Prince & Annre (oHm Courtney) conjugum; Patrinis, Owen Finigan & Maria Martin. ab Edwardo McStay A.M. *[p. II] Die 15 Junii 1832 nata & die 9 Decembri ejusdem anni baptizata fuit Anna filia Henrici Prince & Anure (olim Courteney) conjugum. Patrinis Jacobo Magin & Maria Martin. ab Edwardo McStay A.M. Die 11 0 Decembris 1832 nat us & eodem die baptizatus fuit Bertram Arthur filius Caroli Thomre Talbot & J ulianre (olim Tichborne) conjugum. Patrinis Henrico J osepho Tichborne Baronetto & Maria Condessa de Shrewsbury. ab Edwardo McStay. A.M. Sub conditione ut mihi testatum fuit. H.P., [po 12J . 1833 Die Augusti 22, 1833, sub conditione fuit baptizata fuit [sic] Joanna Maher, adulta. a me Henrico Philips. A.M. 1834. Die Februarii 50 nata, & 23 die ejusdem mensis, 1834 baptizata fuit Margarita, filia Michaelis Richardi Brennin & Marice, (olim MeCline) conjugum; PatIinus fuit Ego & Matrina, Catherina Owen. a me, Henrico Philips. A.M. Die Martii 31 0 1834, nata & 40 die Aprilis ejusdem anni baptizata fnit Joanna, filia Joannis & Bridgittre (olim Hanley, olim Smith) Barton [po 14J conjugum. Patrinus fnit Gulielmus Martin & Margarita Bryer Matrina. A me Henrico Philips. M.A. 1833. [Apparently a later insertion: all in the Rev. H. Philips's hand] Die 19 0 Februarii 1833 & die 30 Martii ejusdem anni sub conditione baptizata fuit Anna Patience, filia Jacobi & J oannae (olim Burke) Patience conjugum. Matrina Maria Martin, ab Edwardo McStay. M.A. 1834. Die 19 0 Mati nata & die 22 ej usdem mensis & anni baptizata fuit Theresa, filia Jacobi & Elizabeth Coulson (olim Haimes) conjugum: Patrinis Stephen Haimes & Caroletta Gurd: a me Henrico Philips. M. A. [po 15] 1834. Die 30 J unii 1834 nata, & eodem die baptizata fnit Maria Annett, filia Caroli Thomre & Julire (olim Tichbome) Talbot conjugum, Patrinis Maria Marchionessa de Wellesly & Illustrissimi Domini J osephi Thaddrei [all jour words thus] Dormer; a me Henrico Philips. M.A. Die 4 0 Julii 1834 natus & die 11 0 ejusdem mensis & anni baptizatus fnit Jacobus filius Henrici & Annre (olim Courtney) Prince conjugum. a me Henrico Philips. M.A.

* Written lengthwise in the margin, to cover the next two baptisms

[If not a legal entry" erased].

,The five previous baptisms are recorded again in Father McStay's letter to Bishop Bramston-vide imfl'a.

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[Po 16J Die 29 Julii nata & die 4 Augusti 1834, baptizata, (& die 24 ejusdem mensis & anni, omissa supplebantur) fuit Margarita filia Gulielmi & Marice (olim Perry) Martyn, conjugum. Patrinis Jacobo Morley & Sara Cole, a me Henrico Philips. M.A. Die 6 0 Septembri natus & die 70 ejusdem mensis, 1834 baptizatus fuit Everard Aloysius Gonzaga,* filius Illustrissimi Domini Henrici Benedicti, & Francescce Catherince (olim Tichbourne) AmndelI, conjugum: Patrinus fuit J oannes Bennett & Matrina Ilustrissima Domina Maria Arundell. a me Henrico Philips. M.A. [po 17J 1835. Natus initio Junii, 1835 & baptizatus fuit eodem mense & anno Gulielmus, filius Thomce & Sarce (olim Vincent) White, Protestantium, ab Maria Martin, Catholic a in periculo mortis. Henricus Philips. M.A. Die 50 Augusti nata & die 70 ejusdem mensis, 1835 baptizata fuit Maria, filia Jacobi & J oannce (olim Burke) Patience, conjugum, apud Can dover : Matrina Catherina Burke, a me Henrico Philips. M.A. [po 18J Nata Die 14 Septembris, 1835, & die 16 ejusdem mensis & anni baptizata fuit Joanna, filia Martini & J oannce (olim Faithful) Maher, conjugum. Omnia supplebantur a me, mense Octobris, ejusdem anni, Patrino, Martino Maher, Henrico Philips. M.A. Die II Decembris, 1835, natus, & die 17 ejusdem mensis & anni baptizatus fuit Gulielmus, filius Joannis Garrett & Francescce Millar, a me Henrico Philips M.A. [po 20J 1836. Die 25 Decembris 1835 natus, & die 10 Januarii 1836, baptizatus fuit Thomas, filius Joannis & Helence Dawson, conjugum, a me Henrico Philips. M.A. Die 6 Octobris 1836 nata, & die 18 ejusdem mensis & anni, baptizata fuit Maria, filia Dionysii & Catherinre (olim Barrett) Sullivan, conjugum, Mahina Birgitta Barton, a me Henrico Philips. M.A. Die 17 N ovembris 1836 natus & die 21 0 ejusdem mensis & anni, ceremoniis omissis, [po 2IJ baptizatus fuit Gulielmus, filius Gulielmi & Marice Martin (olim Perry), conjugum: unctio Sancti Chrismatis adhibita fuit post Baptismum, [2 ems. space.J [Autograph signatureJ a me Laur. Jos. Byron M.Ap. Die 18 Decembris ejusdem anni omnia supplebantur, Birgetta Barton, Patritio Welch, Patrinis, a me, Henrico Philips. A.M. Die 25 Novembris, 1836 nata, & die 26 ejusdem mensis et anni, baptizata fuit Catherina, filia Caroli & Henriettce Shawyer

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(olim Whitear) conjugum: Patrinus fuit Joannes Doughty, Matrina, Rebecca Tichborne, a me, Henrico Philips. M.A. [po 22J 1837. Die 13 Januarii natus & die 22 ejusdem mensis, 1837, baptizatus fuit Jacobus GUY, filius Caroli & Joannre (olim Butcher) Guy, conjugum: Patrinus fuit Thomas Richardus Cole, & Matrina Caroletta Silvester, a me Henrico Philips. Mo A0 N.B. Those Baptisms entered in the name of Mr. McStay by Mr. Philips have no value in law as was proved by Bertram Talbot's being rejected at the bar of house of Lords' June 9 185-, ~ on the occasion [po 23J of Erl Shrewsbury claim to the titles of an irish peer being discussed. E.R. ~ [79 blank pages follow, and then 28 pages of notes, in presumably Father Peters' l-vriting, dealing with the siege of Jerusalem, the Popes and St. Paul's journeys. There is also one sheet with autograph signatures of Car. Peters (twice) and Henry Philips.J TICHBORNE

Mss.

(1) Letter from The Rev. Edward McStay to Bishop Bramston, Vicar Apostolic London District, dated August 6th, 1833 [A four-page letter addressed on the back page to Rt Rev d Dr Bramston 35, Golden Sq London sealed with red wax and post-marked London Au - 7 1833. I n the top left-hand corner a circular impression bearing the words Perry's London / (?) Perfectionated / for the Patent / Perryian Pens. Endorsed, top right-hand corner, in another hand, N.B. The Baptism of Bertram Talbot mentioned here was rejected as legal evidence at the House of Lord by Mr. Fleming Q.C. June 9 1854 when the claims of Bertram ' Talbot (Lord Shrewsbury) to vote as representative peer for Ireland were discussed E. R. J My Lord, In compliance with your wish I here send you the registers of the children baptized at Tichborne. Die 4 0 Augusti 1832 nata & eodem die baptizata fuit Euphemia Anna Elizabeth, filia Illustrissimi Josephi Thadrei Dormer, Baronis Anglici, & Elizabethre (olim Tichborne) conjugum, Patrinis Henrico Josepho Tichborne Baronetto & Anna Condessa de Newburgh a me Edwardo McStay -----Misso Apco

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A Whitear was housemaid to Mrs. Robt. Tichborne in 1833 (MS. letter of Rev. Edward McStay written in 1833-vide infra). ~ The last figure is indecipherable. In MS. letter, given below, it is 1854. :t From an endorsement on a MS. letter of Rev. E. McStay, these initials stand for .E. Reardon.


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Die 30 Octobris 1832 nata & die 21 0 ejusdem mensis & anni baptizata fuit Sarah, filia Gulielmi Martin & Marire (oHm Perry) Conj, - Patrinis Michaele Heney & Brigitta Barton a me Edo McStay Miss o Apco Die 20 Maii 1830 natus & die 9 0 Decembris 1832 baptizatus fuit Georgius filius Henrici Prince & Annre (olim Courtney) conj, -Patrinis Owene Finigan & Maria Martin a me Edwardo McStay Miss o Apco [po 2J Die 150 J unii 1832 nata & die 9 Decembris 1832 baptizata fuit Anna filia Henriei Prince & Annre (oHm Courtney) conj :-Patrinis Jacobo Magin & Maria Martin a me Edo McStay Miss o Apco Die 11 0 Decembris 1832 natus & eodem die baptizatus fuit Bertram Arthur filius Caroli Thomre Talbot & . J ulianre (olim Tichborne) conj-Patrinis Henrico Josepho Tichborne [Baronetto aboveJ, & Maria Condessa de Shrewsbury-a me Edo McStay Miss o Apco I beg leave to say that the Mrs. Martin to whom I yesterday referred Mr Philips is not the servant at Tiehborne of that name but ?.. person living in Alresford. It may be useful to Mr Philips to be also informed of the case of a girl named Barton of the age of 14 or 15. She was to have received conditional baptism along with a little brother & sister, as they were when infants baptized in the Protestant church; the two latter I baptized, but reserved the baptizing of her till I should have instructed her, as she is sufficiently grown to receive the sacrament as an adult. She will require considerable attention, as she is [po 3J living with an ignorant mother & Protestant father, & cannot be assisted by anyone about her. I wish to add also that it was my intention to have continued for some time occasionally to instruct Whitear the housemaid of Mrs Rob t Tiehborne, & her late cook whose name I think is Titheridge. They had a competent knowledge of our Faith when admitted into the church, but required to be further instructed in Catholic practices. This may lead Mr Philips to examine them & complete their instruction if he finds them deficient. vVith respect to others I had under instruction, I named them yesterday to your Lordship. Sir Henry [tornJ might have thought I had others in addition to those, from the circumstance of my having said that there was a prospect of conversions, as there were some indirect applications made for instruction. I forgot to say that the head-gardener of the Grange, (Mr Baring's Estate) through his acquaintance wit~ the Knights at Chelsea has become strongly inclined to be converted. He reads


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our books, & is already tolerably acquainted with our tenets. I had one conversation with him. Believe me My Lord with reverence & submission yr obedient Servt & Subjt Woolwich E. McStay Augs' 6th /33 [Endorsed: These baptisms as legal evidence will not be received E. Reardon June 1854] (MS. No.2) A paper-covered note-book, 71 X 4i inches, with Eliza Tichborne"* wJ;'itten in ink on the outside cover, containing twenty-three plain leaves (the leaf, pp. 27 and 28, has been cut out). There is no pagination. tt

[po 1] This book belongs to Eliza Tichbome [p. 2 blank.] [po 3J I was married to Henry Tichborne Esq ~ at Bath janry 24 1778 by Mr Parker and on the [blank] of March same year at the Parish Church of Ellingham in Northumberland by Nicholas Hornsby Eliza Tichborne Henry Jos Tichborne~ was born Jan UY 5th 1779 at Tichborne in Hampshire, Baptised januy 6-same year Sponsors S1' HY Tichborne Bart & Mrs Robt Drummond Confirmed John Sepbl' 5 1784 by BP James Talbot Innoculated by Mr Sutton April 24th 1781-had the Chicken Pox in 1785-has had the Hooping Cough & Measles married April the 23 d 1806 by Rev d Chas Peters, to Miss Anne Burke Daughter of Sir Thos Burke Bart, of Marble Hill County of Galway [po 4] Benjamin Edmund Tichborne born Sepbl' 2d 1780 at Tichborne baptised Sepbr 3 d 1780 Sponsors Edmund Plowden Esqr & Mrs John Stonor Confirmed George Sepbr 5 1784 by BP James Talbot-Innoculated by Sutton April 24 1781- Had the Chicken Pox 1788 Has had the Measles-[later entryJ & Died on Board the Cuffnals Companies Ship on his return from the East Indies to England Oc br 8 1810 Edward Tichborne ยง born March 27th 1782 at Tichborne baptised the 28th Sponsors Edwd Haggerstone Esql' & Lady Dowgr Tichborne Confirmed James by Bp James Talbot Sepbr 5th 1784~ -was Innoculated April 18 1787-had the Measles at Isleworth June 1792-Chicken Pox in 1785

* Elizabeth Plowden, died 1829.

It 8th Baronet. ,7th Baronet, died 1821. ยง 9th Baronet, died 1853. ~ All three boys were confirmed the same day. aged 5, 4 and 2 respectively.


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[Po 5J James Francis Tichborne* borne Ocbl' 3d 1784 Baptised Oct br 4th Sponsors Mi c Blount Esqr & Mrs Biddulphhad the Chicken Pox in 1785 was Innoculated April 18 1787 Confirmed at Old Hall Green 1797 by Bp Douglass

A still born son june 8th 1786 John Michael Tichborne born 22 d Febuy 1788 Baptised same day by Mr Peters Sponsors Michael Blount junl' & Miss Drummond-had the Chicken Pox 1793-Innoculated 22 d Oc br 1794 by Mr Smith. Winton Confirmed 1797 by Bp Douglass [Then later entry, different inkJ had the ~Thooping Cough-in the Summer 1799-Killed at Velore in the East Indies July 10. 180.7 [po 6J George Tichborne born April 15 1789 Baptised the same day by Mr Walmesly of High bridge in the County of Hants Sponsors Jno Biddulph & Mrs Cary-had the Chicken Pox in 1794-Innoculated Ocbl' 22 d 1794 by Mr Smith Winton-Confirmed by Bp Douglass [Then later entry, different i1~kJ had the Whooping Cough 1799 Died of the Scarlet Fever & sore throat at Vernon Hall School Febuy 20. 180.2 Mary Barbara Tichborne born Augst 24 1790. baptised same day by Mr Peters Sponsors Francis Plowden Esql' Countess Dow: Newburgh Died July 30. 1792 Had the [blank] [p o 7J Roger Rob t Tichborne born Febuy 15 1792 baptised same day Sponsors Edw d Constable of Burton Esqr & Mrs Sheldon of Wycliffe-had the Chicken Pox in 1794 Innoculated by Mr Smith of Winchester Oc br 22 d 1794 Had the Whooping Cough 1799Eliza Charlotte Tichborne borne June 14th 1798 Baptised same day Sponsors Ch s Biddulph Esql' & Mrs Towneley Cut her first tooth Dec br 15 1798-Innoculated Dec br 18 th by Mr Davies from his Child-had it very full had the Whooping Cough 1799 [po 8J Lucy Maria TichborIle Born March 22 d 180.0.Sponsors [Interlined : Baptised same day by Mr Peters] Francis Sheldon Eqr vVycliffe Hall-& Mrs Throckmorton LlanblithianInoculated for the Cow Pox Sepbr 15-180.0. by Mr Kingscote had it very well-2 pustules on the forhead Confirmed by Monseigneur F odoas Bishop of Reims in the Chapel of the College at Reims July the 10.th 180.6 Had the Chicken Pox at Tours December 180.6 Had the Measles [Then later entry] Lucy had the Scarlet Fever at the Fosse Paris Febuy 19 1810.

* 10th Baronet.


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Henry Joseph Tichborne married to Miss Anne Burke April 23 d 1806 His Daughter Eliza Anne borne May 28 1807-Cath Frans borne March 18 th 1809Juliana Born July 15 1810Mary Born May 28 th , 1812 Catherine born April 21 1814 Lucy bonle Decbr 20th 1816[po 9J Lucy came home from the Convent 26 Dec br 1811 with the Whooping Cough

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May 16 1812 Lucy sicken'd for the Measles which she had very favorably at the Convent June 7 she came home being quite recoverdJune 3d 1813My Dear Lucy made her first Communion on the 3 d of June 1813 the Octave day of the Ascension at the English Convent rue des fosses St Victor Paris, L' Abbe de Vilelle instructed & communicated her July 25 1815 Lucy was Innoculated for the Small Pox, The Arm inflamed, a good deal of fever three days, every appearance of the disorder having affected the Constitution, pain under the arm and about a dozen pustules [po 10 blank.J [p .. l1] My Dear Son George Tichborne died at Vernon Hall Accademy Nl' Liverpool of a Scarlet Fever & sore throat February 20th 1802 Aged 12 yrs & 10 months [Rest of page blank. The rest of the book is blank save for a pencil drawing of some flowers on p. 16.] TICHBORNE OBITUARY LISTS

No.1 [A book-The / Office of the Dead / According to the / Roman Breviary / Missal and Ritual/Containing / The Office entire, with all / the proper Masses, and the / Order of Burial / in Latin and English / with a quotation from St. Augustine, In Enchir. Cap. 110. Printed in the Year MDCCXLV with C:A:P [Rev . Charles Peters] on the title-page-has the following obits entered on the fly-page, in various handwritings] Henry Tichborne(1) Hry Tichborne(2) obiit 15 Julii S:V: 26 N: S: 1743 [last figu¡re altered, in heavier ink.]

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Died 1827. The owner's signature; probably the 6th Baronet. (2) Sir Henry Joseph, 4th Baronet, died in 1743. (1)


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Michael Blount Esqr Nov r 1(3) Ex Dono Anti Fetherstone(4) Qui Obiit 29 Martij 1750 Dame Mary Tichborne ob: 6 Decemr 1754(5) Francis Doughty Ob: 20 Aug. 1765 Maria Eugenia Blount Ob: 12 De: 1765 Maria Agatha Tichborne 17 May 1768 Lady Hales Obijt 25 Sepr 1700.(6) Mary Blount 19 May 1777.(7) Marmaduke Ld Langdale 6 April 1778(8) Lady Mannock 19 June 1779(9) Noland 27 July 1779(10) Charles Stonar 31 Oct r 1781(11) Mary Drummond 3 March 1782(12) Elinor Blount II May 1782 Charles Biddulph Esqr DO 13 1784(13) S1' Henry Tichborne July 16 1785(14) Lady Ann Radclyffe. N avr 18 1785(15) [? Jame] Bartholomy Newburgh Jan ry ye 2 d 1786(16)

[On the back of the fly-leaf] Michael Blount Esqr febY

17~2 (17)

(3) Query: Michael Blount, son-in-law of 4th Baronet, who married Mary Agnes Tichborne? He died 2 Nov. 1739. Cf. A Be,kshire Bachelor's Diary [Francis Prior of Ufton]. Newbury, 1936, p. 45. (~:) Connected with owner's signature; the two obits have been jnserted between the owner's signature ~nd this line. (5) Dame Mary (Kempe), widow of 4th Baronet. (6) Query: Relation of Sir Edward, 5th Baronet, No. (19) ? (7) Mary Agnes, wife of Michael Blount, dau. and coheiress of Sir Hen. Jos. Tichborne and Mary Kempe. Born 1693, buried at Mapledurham. Cf. A Berkshire Bachelor's Diary, p. 45. (8) 5th and last Baron. (9) Widow of Sir Francis Mannock. She died in 1789, not 1779. (10) Father James Nolan, Priest at Winchester 1766-79. Cf. C.RS., xlii, 10-11. (Il) Charles Stonor, 2nd son of Thomas Stonor and Mary Biddulph. Cf. C.RS., xxviii, 258n. (12) Miss Mary Drummond. See infra, p. 189. (13) Charles Biddulph, son of John Biddulph and Mary, dau. of Charles Arundell of Horningsham; married firstly Elizabeth Bedingfield. Their son, John, died unmanied in 1835, aged 85, the last male of his family. His second wife was Frances Doughty. Charles lived in Peterhouse, Winchester. Cf. C.RS., xlii, 10, lOn, 94. (14) 6th Baronet. (15) Lady Ann Radcliffe, dau. of James Bartholomew Radcliffe, 4th Earl of Newburgh. See next entry. (16) James, 4th Earl of Newburgh. (17) Query: Son of Michael mentioned above, and brother of Lady Tichborne, wife of 6th Baronet?


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The Dowager Lady(lS) Tichborne Died Feb .. 10 .. 1799 .. R .. I .. p .. Sir Edwd Hales Bar t (19) Obit Sep.. 1802 George Tichborne(20) Obit Feb .. 20 1802 Edward Constable Esq(21) Obit FebY 23 .. IS03 Maria Constable(21) Obit .Feb 22 nd - 1811 [At the end of the book, on the two u.nprinted leaves]

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Francis Constable Esqr(22) Obit Feb. 1rst IS21 J ames Burke Esqre Brother to Lady Tichborne obit Dec. 9 th 1811 Sir Thomas Burke Bart [Father to Lady Tichborne interlined] Obit May 13 th IS13-Thomas Burke Brother to Lady Tichborne obit May 2 nd 1819 John Michael Tichbor.ne Obit. July loth IS06 Benjamin Edm d Tichborne Obit October 8th 1810 Sir Henry Tichborne Bart(23) Obit. June the 14th 1821 My Dearest Daughter Mary Tichborne died August the 29 th IS27 she was born May the 2S th IS12. May she rest in Peace

(18) Lady Mary (Blount), wife of 6th Baronet. (19) Sir Edward Hales, 5th Baronet, married Winifred, dau. of Sir John Webbe, 3rd Baronet. (20) George, sixth son of Sir Hen. and Elizabeth Plowden. Cf. supra, p. 185. (21) C/. C.R.S., xlii, 173, Winchester M.l. No. 202. The date of Mary's death is given there as 24 Feb. 1810. (22) Cf. C.R.S., xlii, 173, Winchester M.I. No., 202, where the date is given as 12 Feb. 1821. (23) 7th Baronet.


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xMy Dearest Mother died on the 24th of January ---- 1829 May she rest in Peace XEliza Tichborne

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The Rev d Charles Peters obit Feb 2nd 1833 - The Dowager Lady Burke Mother of Lady Tichborne obit June 2}rBt 1835-~ Lady Strangford May the 26 th 18[35 underneath, 26 written over]

My Dearest & most belov'd Daughter Frances Catherine Lady Arundell, departed this life on tuesday the 19 th day of April at Wardour Castle-- she was born on the 17th of March 1809 May she rest in peace [po 4 blank.J No. 2

[A French prayer-book: L' Ange / Conducteur / dans / Les Prieres et Exercices / de Piete . . . . Imprime a Liege, & se vend A Luxembourg, / Chez Andre Chevalier. 1731.J [On inside cover, on two stick-on labels, in vi olet ink] Lady Radcliffe

[On two leaves in front of book] [po 1J Est Rerum omnium Sed lEternitatis Felicis, aut infelicis, Nullus est Finis Mary Blount Jan: ye 22. 1740 - 1.


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Eliza Tichborne her Book ye gift of her Mother Lady Tichborne, for whom she is to pray 1778 [Po

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Miss Tichborne( 24 ) died May 17th 1768 My Dr Grandmama Stonor died October ye 5th 1782 . Sir Francis Mannock died Sepbr 11th 1778 - - - Mrs Nagle died j anry 29 1784 [Rest of page,

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My Dear mother departed this life - july 4 1765 my Dear Father 9 janl'Y 176[7 or 9] my Aunt Dorothy Plowden 11 April 1772 Miss Mary Drummond died March 3d 1782 Mrs Blount(25) died [in pencil May 11th 1782] Charles Stonor died October 31 st 178[? IJ anthony wright Esqr died Sepb r 18 1782

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married janry 24 1778 My Dear Son Henry joseph Tichborne born janry ye 5 1779 Christned janry 6th Sponsors Sir Henry Tichborne Bart & Mrs Drummond (24) Mary Agatha.

(25) Eleanor.

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Benjamin Edmund Tichborne bOI1\ 2 d Sptr 1781 Cristned Sepbr 3d Sponsors Edmund Plowden & Mrs John Stonor Edward Tichborne born March 27th 1782 Christned Mrch 28 82 Sponsors Edwd Haggerston Esqr Lady Tichborne

James Francis Tichborne born 3d October 1784 baptised ye 4th Sponsors Mr Blount & Mrs Biddulph


INDEX COMPILED BY CANON R. E. SCANTLEBURY

'" Denotes more than one mention on a page. n Indicates a footnote. Latin Christian names have been translated into English wherever possible. Names italics are the names of writers. N.B.-Pere Palemon's spelling in the Stapehill Register is most erratic and unreliable.

in

A., Henry 167 Abberton (Sussex) 169 Acton, Friars Place 124 Adams, Joanna (Mrs. Strickland) 166; Yen. John (priest), alias Young 7n* Adrumetum, Bishop of (John Leyburn) 21, 21n, 22 Ailand (Hailan, ? Ireland), Mary 147, 148

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Aix-Ia-Chapelle 93n Aldershot 170'" Aldridge, Charles 2*; family 2 Allan, Laurence F. (priest), B.A. 23n, 98n Allen, Mary 149 Alresford (Hants) 174, 176, 182; New - 168, 177 Alton (Hants) 21n"', 176, 178 Alymer, Bishop of London 170 America 128 Amport (Hants) 21, 21n Anchine, near Douay - Monastery at 7n Anderson, J. B. (priest) 129, 160*, 164* Andover (Hants) 21n* Andras, Robert (priest) 129 Andrews, Henry 157; Joseph James 158; Mary 161; Mary Anne (Joseph) (Frances) 160, 164; Mary Sarah 156; Rebecca Mary 156, 158; Sophia 157, 158, 160, 161 Androt, Jacques 101 Angell. Betty (nee Barnes) 120; Richard 120 Antwerp 124, 173* Appleton. James (priest) 78*

Argyle (Argile), Anne 104*; Anna (Mrs. Cutler) 106; Barbara 112; family 94, 95; Francis 110, 111*, 112, 117; James 104, 114; Jane 106; John 104*, 105, 106*, 107-9, 113; Mark 94, 103*, 104; Martha 106. 107, 109; Matthew 105, 107*, 108, 113, 118; Mary 105, 107. 117; Mr. 94, 97. 164 Arrois, Mathurin 101 Arundel (Sussex) 1, 31 Arundell, ~o\.nne, Lady of Lanherne (nee Jerningham) 8; Charles (of Horningsham) 186n; Elizabeth, Lady, of Lanherne (nee Brock) 7, 7n*, 8*, 811" 9; Everard Aloysius Gonzaga (priest) 176, 180; Frances 178; Frances Catherine (nee Tichborue) 180, 188; Henry, Lord 125; Henry, 8th Lord Arundell of Wardour 95n; Henry Benedict 180; Lady Mary 180; Lady Mary (3rd Lady Tichborne) 171; Lord, of Wardour 89, 125, 127; Mary (Mrs. Biddulph) 186n; of Wardour 87, 90, 122; 13th Sir John, of Lanherne 8; 14th Sir John, of Lanherne 7n, 8; Thomas, 1st Baron of Wardour 171; WIlliam 171 Ash, Ernest G. 90n, 92n Ash, Betsey 110; Catherine 111, 112; Edward 110-3; Mary Deborah 113; Mary (nee Sullivan) 110-3 Ashley (Rants) 19, 90 Ashley, Anthony, 5th Earl of Shaftesbury 125; Lady Barbara (nee Webb; m. Ashley), 5th Countess of Shaftesbury 124, 125; Lady Barbara (nee Ashley; Mrs. Ponsonby, later Lady de Mauley) 125*


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Askew alias of Robert Nutter 7* Aspinall, Henry, alias of Henry Brent (priest), S.J. 126

Atkinson, Paul of St. Francis (Matthew) (priest), O.F.M. 90*, 90n, 91*, 174* Aureopolis, Bishop of (Philip Michael Ellis, O.S.B.) 21, 21n Aus-, Rev. Fr. 165 Avon, River 90 Avon (Hants) 55, 55n, 87*, 90, 90'it, 92, 93*, 93n, 94*; Court House and Farm 94; Springfield House 93'n, 94, 94n Avon Tyrrell 90n; Manor of 87, 92, 93n Avra,nches (France), Diocese of 97 Ayles, Mary (nee Scott) 121; William 121

Babington Plot, The 168 Bagshawe, Rt. Rev. Canon J. B. 23n Bailey (Bayly), Matthew 133, 134; Sarah (Mrs. Davey) 104*, 113, 114; William 133; Winifred 133 Bald win, Thomas 106 Banbury (Oxon) 9 Barber, Alexander 145; Elizabeth 145; James 145; John 136, 137* Baring, Mr. 182 Barker, Eleanor 01' Helen (Mrs. Gillet) 135*, 136*, 151 Barnabas, The Apostle 10* Barnan, Catherine ll2; Jeremiah 112; Helen (nee Collins) 112 Barnard (Bernard), James (priest), V.G. London Dist. SI * Barnes, Anne 130*,131; Anne (Mrs. Brown) 131; Anne (nee Scovell) 108 ; Betty (Mrs. Angell) 120; Elizabeth (Mrs. Saunders) 156, 157, 160; Fanny 144; George 130; Joseph 131; Lydia 132*; Mark 108; Mary 132; Simon Peter 108; William 132 Barn(e)well (Barnewall), Anthony (priest) 57n, 94n; John (priest) 57n, ~3; Mr. (priest) 57-9, 93* Barnstaple (Devon) 11ln Barr, John Martins 100; John Thomas 100; Sybrandina Theodora Albertina 100 Barrett, Catherine (Mrs. Sullivan) 180; Charles 165 Bartholomew, Goodwife 17ln Bartlet, Charles 142; Elizabeth Magdalen 139; Elizabeth (nee Stone) 138, 139*-142; John 13S, 13{F-141"', 142; John Joseph 139; Joseph Nicholas 141; Mary 148; Mary Elizabeth Katherine 138; Mary Teresa 139; Sarah Catherine 140; Thomas 148

Barton, Bridget (formerly Hanley formerly Smith) 178;;' , 179, 180*,182 Elizabeth 178; girl 182; Joanna 179 John 178, 179 Barton stacy (Hants) 2*, 26, 42*, 43, 46, 47* Basingstoke (Hants) 6, 21n Bastide, Margaret (Mdme. Revol) 100 Bath 183 Batten, Elizabeth (Mrs. Feltham) 104 Bayly, see under Bailey Beard, Ben 170, 172; Mabel (nee Tichborne) 169; John 169 Beaty (Beety), Catherine (Mrs. Pitt) 103, 104* Beaulieu (Hants) 87, 88, 90n Beaumont, Hannah 56n; John Baptist (priest). O.S.F. 56, 56n, 175* ; Joseph 56n Beckford (Glos.) 127 Beconsawe, Ann (nee Tichborne) 169; John 169; Peter 17ln Bedingfield, Elizabeth (Mrs. Biddulph) 186n Beeston, James Philip (priest), S.J., vere Bourgeois 124, 1 24n, 137* Beezley, Sarah 176 Belgium 124, 127 Bell, John 110 Bellamy, Catherine 104, 113, 114; M. (Mrs. Blacklock) 118; Samuel 104, ll3, 114, 118 Bellhouse (Essex) In Benedictines 8n Benfield (Dorset) 89 Beni (? Besnee), Abbe 95, 95u, !:J7 Bennet(t), Barnard 149; Barnard Basil 149 ; Catherine (Mrs. Crowley) 159; Isabelle Anne 149 Bennett vere Blackfan, Thomas (priest), S.]. 123*, 125 Bentley (Hahts) In Berkshire (Berks.) 6n, 87n*, 88* Bermondsey (London) 99 Bernard, Amy 90n; Olive !:JOn; William (priest) 2n, IS, 22 Berry 168, 169 Berry. Mary 177*; R obert (priest) 18 Berry Court, near Bentley (Rants) In Besnee, Abbe 95n, 97 Betts, Frances (nee Trinder) In; J ames (priest), in religion Joseph In; John Philip (priest) (J.B.) 1*, In*, . 2*, 2n, 3*, 6*, 6n, 9, 24*,25, 26*, 27, 28*-31 *, 33*-65*, 66, 68*, 69*, 70*, 83, 84*, 85, 93*, 93n*; Joseph In; Mr. (priest) In Biddlecombe (Beddelcom), Clare (1\1rs. Pottle) 121; Elizabeth 131*; family 94; John 119*; Kitty (nee Lacy) ll5, 120, 120n; Kitty (Mrs. Steer) 91-2, 92n, lI5, 120n; Martha (Mrs.


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Pottle) 121; fartin 89; Mary 119, 133; Mary (Mrs. Brown) 131 *, 133n; Peter (? Brown) 131, 133, 133n; Ruth (Mrs. Selnen) 120; William 131 Biddulph, Charles 52, 56, 184, 186, 186n; Elizabeth (nee Bedingfield) 186n; Frances (nee Doughty) 186n; John 178, 184, 186n; Mary (Mrs. Stonor) 186n; Mary (nee Arundell) 186n; Mrs. 184, 190 Biggs, Frederick (priest) 129 Bilson, Thoma3 (Protestant Bishop) 7 Bird, Blessed James 172 Bishop, Barbara, alias Maybe ( frs. Lee) 141, 142*, 143; family 94 Bishops Sutton (Sutton) 175, 175n, 176 Bishop's Waltham (Waltham) 6, 7*, 24,63,68*,83; see also Longwood and Upham Blackian, a¡lias Bennett, Thomas (priest) , S .J . 123*, 125 Blacklock, Elizabeth 136; Elizabeth (Mrs. Sparks) 104*, 118, 133, 134; family 94, 95; M. (nee Bellamy) 118; Robert 103, 104*, 105, 106, 111, 118; Sarah 103-5, 113, 142; Sarah (Mrs. ; 10 lVIrs. Carter) 121; Teresa 107. 109, Ill, 114; Thomas 103*, 104*, 105*, i07, 114, 115, 121, 142 Bland, Frances (Mrs. Chapman) 107-9 Bloomer, Amy 89, her three sons 89; family 94; Richard 118 Blount, Eleanor 186, 189; Mary 188; Mary (6th Lady Tichborne) 171, 18611" 187, 187n; Mary Agnes (nee Tichborne) 186, 186n*, 187, 187n, 189; Mary Eugenia 186; Michael 66, 68-70, 177, 184*, 186*, 186n, 190 Blyth House, Brook Green 127 Boldre (Hants) 99, 100 Bond, Mary 132*, 134 Bonham 126 Bonville (or Bovill), alias Terrill, Anthony (priest) S.J. 123; Humphrey 123; Maria 123 Booth, Sir George 9 Borne, Mary (Mrs. Clapcott) 121 Borrel, Pierre 101 Bossier, Rose (Mdme. Vasseur) 100* Bostock, Anne 23n; Catherine 23, Catherine's Father 23, Catherine's Mother 23, Catherine's Grandfather 23*. Catherine's Grandmother 23, --'s uncle 23. cousin 23; Doctor 23 ; James 23*; John 23 Bostock, Rev. Charles 100 Bourbon, Duc de 98* Bourbons, Restoration of the 97 Bourgeois, James Philip. alias Beeston (priest), S.J. 124, 124n, 137* BOUl'nemouth (Hants) 87, 1.:22

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Bouttes, Emilie Marie 100; Marie (nee Schmitt) 100; Pierre 100 Bowen, Marjorie, 98n Boyers, Mary 146 Boyle, Catherine (nee Lee) 105, 113; Ferdinand Thomas Lee 105; James 105, 147; John 105 Boyt, Mr. 165; Mrs. 165 Brackan (Brackeen), Catherine 106; Elizabeth (nee Rogers) 106 ; family 116; James 106 Brambridge (Hants) 60, 80n; see also Highbridge Bramdean (I-Iants) 56 Bramston, James Yorke, V.A. London District 17911" 181 * Bramshaw (Hants) 89 Brander, family 99; Gustave 99*; Rev. Gustave 99 Bray, Anne (Mrs. Lee) 103, 114 Brennin, Margaret 179; Mary (nee McCline) 179; Michael Richard 179 Brent, Henry, alias Aspinall (priest), S.]. 126 Breilan, Hugh (priest) 176 Brest 101 Brewer, Barbara (!\ilrs.) 176, 177; Catherine 176; Mary Anne 177; William 176, 177* Brimore (Hants) 5 Brindle, Ralph (priest) 129, 166* Bristol 56n Brittany (Britagne) 100, 128 Brock (Brooke), Anne (nee Tichborne; 2 0 Lady Timperley) 7.8. 170; Elizabeth (Lady Arundell of Lanheme), 7, 711,*, 8*, 811" 9; William 7* 7n 8* 8n* 170 Br~ck~nh~st CHants) 87 Brockhampton (Havant, Rants) 3, 53n, 60, 6511" 7811" 79n, 80n, 93*, 130, 175; Registers and Records 3 Brook (e) (I-Iants) 88, 89* Brooke, Mrs. 123n; William, see ~tnder Brock Brower, Mary 113, 114 Brown Candover (Hants), see under Candover Brown(e), Anastasia (Lady Mannock) 95*, 95n*, 97n, 102*, 103, 115*, 116, 127,135; Anastasia (nee Moore) 95n; Anne 131*; Anne Phrebe 131, 134; Anne (nee Barnes) 131; Elizabeth 100*; Elizabeth (Mrs. Tubbs) 13P; James 131''', 133n; John 106, 130; Joseph 131; Mark 95n; Mary 132*, 136*, 145; Mary (nee Biddlecombe) 131*, 133n; Mary (nee King) 162; Mr. 138; :Mrs. 138, 140; Peter (? Biddlecombe) 131, 133, 133n; Peter (priest) 1 *-3'" 6, 24*" 33, 34, 40, 41, 50*, 63*, 64*, 65-83*, 85; Ftobert


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131; Samuel 162; Teresa 131, 134¡, 164; Thomas 131*, 132*, 136"'; Thomas (priest) 18,22; William 131*, 133, 133n; William George 162; - - 132

Bruges 6 Bruning, George (priest), S.J. 175, 176

Brusen, Thomas 106 Brussels 172n Bryan Stapleton, Mrs. 173, 175n Bryer, Margaret 179 Bryn (Lancashire) 127 Buckinghamshire 127 Buckland 101 Budden, Bridget (? Mrs. Dimmock or Dymott or Dumot) 132*, 137, 138; Mary (Mrs. Pennington) 138*, 139, 140; Mrs. 138* Bugden, Anne Catherine 131, 133; Eliza 155*, 156* ; Elizabeth (nee James) 159; Isaac 159; James 131*, 133; Mary 131 *, 132; Mary junr. 131; Thomas 131, 133; William 132*; 'W illiam Charles 159 Buisson de la Vigne, Anne (Countess de Plessis-Pascau), 100* Bulbeck, Catherine 176; Elizabeth 177; James 176, 177*; Thomas 176 Bunch, Charles 148 Bunn, Joseph (priest), C.P. 129 Bure Homage (Hants) 98*, 99 Burke, Anne (8th Lady Tichborne) 183, 185, 187*; Catherine 180; Dowager Lady 188; James 187; Joanna (Mrs. Patience) 178-180; Thomas 187; Sir Thomas 183, 187 Burn(e), Joanna (Mrs. Sparks) 132*, 133-5; John 177; John S. 116*; Margaret (Mrs.) 177; Mary 177 Burns, Canon Michael (priest) 129 Burt, nne (Mrs. Frampton) 135, 137*; Charles 135; Elizabeth 135*; John 137; Mary ll3, ll4, 136, 137, 139; Susan 117; Thomas 137 Burton, Canon E. H. In, 6 Burton (Green) (Hants) 87, 90n, 92, 95*, 95n*, 97*, 98n*, 99*, 102*, 116*, 117*; House 95*, 97n, 115*, 127 Burton (Sussex) 178, 184 Bury st. Edmunds 126 Bushel, Antonia (Mrs.) 146; Francis 146; John 146; Mary Antonia Louise 146 Butcher, Joanna (Mrs. Guy) 178, 181 But(t), Agnes Lucy Rosalie 148; Ambrose Nicholas 150-1; Christine or Christiana (Mrs.) 148-151, 153, 155, 156, 158*; Francis 155; James 148, 149, 151*, 153, 155, 156*; Joseph Edward 153; Mary Anne 149;

Mary Jane (nee Waterman) 144,165*; ';Yilliam 144, 165* But(t)ler, Agnes (Mrs. Mostyn) 141 *, 142; Catherine 112; Clara 107, 108; Henry 107, 108; NIl'. 112; !vIr . 112 Byrne, Daniel 136; Elizabeth Anne (nee Reading) 136; Peter 136 Byron, Laurence Joseph (priest) 99*, 102*, 106n, 107n*,109*-113*, ll6*, 117*, 118n, 175, 178*, 180

Cadiz 1 ? Cabors, Diocese of 100 Callahan, Cecily 143; John 143 Callipolis, Bishop of (James Smith) 21, 21n

Calloway, Jane 98* Calnan, Elizabeth (Mrs.

Winsley) 144, 159 CaIne (or Calm), Elizabeth 142 Campbell, Edward 113; Henry Job 113; Sarah Monica (nee Keeping) 110, 113 Campion, Blessed Edmund (priest), S.J. 170n Candover (Hants) 21, 180 Candover Brown 21n, 171'n Candover Chilton 21n Candover Preston 21n Candy, Martha 161 Cane (Kane, Kaine), Barbara 135*, 145; Charles 133, 134; Elizabeth 134, 136*, 138*, 146*, 147*, 148, 149, 151 Caniord, Great (Dorset) 89, DOn, 92, 122*-5*, 128*, 129, 130, 137*, 143; Heath 122; House 94, 124*, 125 ; Manor of 87, 122 Cantwell, Edward 106 Caper, Benjamin Pitts 21n Carew, George 90; see also Cary Carmelites, Discalced, The 8* ; English (or Teresian nuns) 124*, 125*, 128 Carney, Mary Anne (Mrs. McEntaggart) 115 Carpenter, George, 1st Lord 9 ; Hermenegild (priest), S.J. 126 ? Carpue (Corpue), Mary Ann 147, 147n Carr, Mary (Mrs. Davie) 102 Car(r)oll, Catherine 145; Jane (nee White) 143, 144*; John 145; Hemietta 145; Michael 143, 144*; Mr. 149 Carter, Sarah (Mrs.; 2 0 Mrs. Blacklock) 121 CartIton, alias of Charles Caryll (priest), S.J. 126 ' Carty, Margaret 156 Cary (Carew, Carey, Caree), Frances 178; Henry 88, 88n; Mrs., 184; Thomas 88n Caryll, Catherine (Mrs.) 19; Charles


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(priest), S.J., alias Cartlton 119, 126, 126n; family legacy 3; John 19*; Sir John 19; John, 2nd Lord 126; Lady Mary 19; Mary (Lady Webb) 126n; Philip 126; Richard (priest), S.J., alias Paul Kelly U9, 126* Casey, Edmund 146; Elizabeth (Mrs.) 146; Helen 158; Mary 106; Mary Anne (Mrs. Holms) 158, 161, 162 ; Michael 146 Cassan, Mary Antonia 146 Catherine, Queen 9 Caux (France) 100 Cave, Ellen (Mrs. Hudley) 156, 167 Challonet', Bishop Richard 5, 7, 61n, 64n, 65, 67*, 69, 70¡*, 72, 73*, 75, 89, 92, 93n, 174 . Chamberlain, Marguerit (Widow) 34, 35* 36 65 66*-71* 83 84* Ch~mpagne' (France)' 127 Chancery, Court of 92 Chantelou(p), Abbe Pierre 95, 95n, 97*, 102*, 104 Chantilly (France) 98 Chantry, Catherine (nee Jarrott) 108; 1ary Agnes 108; Richard 108, 117 Chapman, Frances 109; Frances (nee Bland) 107-9; George 107, 108; Peter 107-9, U7 Chapple (Chapel), family 94; Lucy (Mrs. Draper) 103 Charles II, King 9, 90, 171 Chateau-Gontier (France) 97 Cheadle, Mrs. 149 Cheatu, Cornelius 112 CheesebUl'n Grange, Newcastle-onTyne 126 Chelsea 182 Cherbourg 125 Cheriton (Hants) 177* Chester, County of 8; Diocese of 7n * Chevalier, O. (priest) 176 ? Chibbery, Anne (Mrs. More) 167 Chichester (Sussex) 5 Chorley (Lanes.) 126 Christchurch (Hants) 87*, S8*, 89*, 9On, 92, 94*, 94n, 95, 96, 97*, 98, D9'~, 99n, 102n, 103*, 115*, lI6, ll7, 120, 121; Hundred of 88; Manor of 87; Prior of 99; Priory 96n Churcher, John (priest) 2n, IS, 21, 169n, 173, 174 Cistercian Order 97, 9711" 125, 127*, 12S; PereAntoine 127,128; Pere Jean Baptiste 128*; Pere Marie Bernard 12S; Father Odillon 128; Pere Palemon 128*, 145*-157*, 15711" 162, 166, 167*; Father Placid 12D Clapcott (Clapcoatt, Clap cote) Anne U8n; Ann (nee Kemp) llS, lISn; Barbara ll8n; Dorothy 118n; Elizabeth U8n; Elizabeth (Mrs. Lane)

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120; family 94*; John 118, ll8n, 121; Margaret U8; Mary (Mrs.) 89, lISn; Mary (Mrs.; 20 Mrs. Gosling) 121; Mary (Mrs . Pearce) 121; Mary (nee Borne) 121; Richard 89, ll8*, U8n*, his six children 89; Sarah (nee Filby) 121; Thomas 121 Clark(e), A. 167; Anne (nee Joy) 159, 161; Augustine Anselm Bernard 161; Ignatius Francis Edwin 159; Margaret lI9; Richard ll9*; Sarah 119; Thomas 159, 161; William lI9 Clarkson, George (priest), S.J. 12<), 126 Clergy Library, The, at Gray's Inn 1,63; at Mooriields I; atWinchester 2* ¡Clerke, Sir Thomas 711" 8n Clifford, Henry 173 Clifton, Bishop of 166 Cluett, Daniel 156; Henry 156; Jan (Mrs.) 156 Coal (? Cole), Bridget (nee Parkins) 142, 147; Mary Anne 147; William 147; see also Cole Cochet, Abbe Alexandre 92, 95*, 97*, 102*-105*, U4, ll5, 117, 124, 127*, 128*, 135*-7* Codrington, Bonaventure (priest) 2n, 9n* 17 18 22 Collin, 'Ed~ard (priest) 2n; Mary (Mrs. Lane) 121 Cogdean, Hundred of 122 Coglan, Julia (Mrs. Heron) 109 Colbeck, alias of Rev. Edward Hunt 8Sn, S9 Cole(s), Anne 177; Catherine Mary 178; James 177*, 17S*; Sarah (nee King) 177*, 178*, 180; Thomas Richard 177, 178, 181; see also Coal Collingridge, Bishop Peter Bernardine, O.S.F., V.A. Western District lI3, 125, 137; Ignatius (priest) 172n, 176 Col(l)in(s), Austin (priest), Ord. Cist. 129*; Helen (Mrs. Barnan) lI2; Mary 132,133,137; Sarah (Mrs. Tubbs) 145* Compton, Elizabeth (Mrs. Tichborne) 170; Sir John 170 Compton (Hants) 22n ? Coneghan, Alice 143 Connor, Emma (nee Pritchard) 112; Frances ll2; Peter lI2 Conors (? Cahors), Diocese of 100; St. Paul-in-Quersey 100 Conroy, Jane (Mrs. Healy) 106 Constable, Edward 184, 187; Francis 187; Mary 187, 187n Conway, Walter (priest) 129 Co(o)mb(e)s, Anne 165-7; Caroline (Mrs. Slades) 134, 135; Charlotte (Mrs. Slades) 135, 160, 161 *, 162, 165; Elizabeth (nee Durdle) 158; Emily 158; Georgiana 165-7; Joanna Mary


196

INDEX

112; Joanna Mary (nee Howard) 112; John 112, 163; Kesiah 158, 163, 165; Teresa (nee Slades) 134; Thomas 134; William 134 Coope, Anne (Mrs. Kempe) 4 Copley, William 173n Coram, Mr. 51 Corbin, Anne (Mrs. Ladden) 132 Corham, Roger 2, 2n, 8n Cornthwaite, Richard (priest) 65, 67*, 68*, 69*, 70, 71, 72*, 73, 74*, 75*, 76, 77* Cornwall 123, 128 Cornwallis, Sister of Gilbert Tichborne 17ln Corpue (? Carpue), Mary Anne 147 Cotton, Richard 19; Richard's wife 19 Couche, John (priest), S.J . 123, 127; Mrs. (nee Hoskins) 123; William 123 Coulson, Elizabeth (nee Haimes) 179; James 179; Teresa 179 Court(e)ney, Anne (Mrs. Prince) 179*, 182* Coutances 125; Diocese of 124, 125n Cowdray (Sussex) 55n, 93, 9511, Cowes (1. of W .) 130 Cranborne, Hundred of 122 Cranbury, Hursley (Hants) 8n* Crson (France) 97 Crassey (? Grasser), Joseph 11 7 Cresswell, Juliana (nee Tichborne) 169; Thomas 169 Cribb, Mary Anne (formerly Freeborne, formerly Hiscock) 144, 159, 160*, 167; Thomas 144,159, 160, 167 Crow, Ringwood (Hants) 89* Crowley, Catherine 159; Catherine (nee Bennett) 159; James 158, 159; John, 158; Julia 158; Mary (Mrs.) 158 Croydon, Louise 114 CnHnals Shipping Co. 183 Cutler, Anne (nee Argyle) 106; James 106; John 106

Dalton, J. (Mr.) 115 Damen, Edward (priest) 129 Daniel, B. 162 Dauphigne (France) 100 D'Authec, Herve 101 Davey, Augustine 104; Edward 115; Ellen (Mrs.) 115; John 104*; Sarah (nee Bailey) 104*, 113, 114; Thecla 104 David, Eve 148; John 148 Davie, John 102*; Mary (nee Carr) 102 Davies, Mr. 184 Davis, Elizabeth 147; Honora 147149, 154; James 147*, 148, 163; John 147; M., 152; Rebecca (n6e

Pine) 147; Teresa 148; William 149*; - - 151 Daw(es), Dicky 98, 98n; family 94; James 98n; John 120; Margaret (nee Larra) 120; Mrs. 94* ; Sophie (Baroness de Feucheres) 98*, 98n* Dawson, Helen 180; John 180; Thomas 180 Dean, Elizabeth 142; John 141, 144; Joseph 118; Mary 105, 106; :Michael (priest), S.J. 5*; William 118; Mrs. or Miss 141 De Beauregard, Anne Nicolas Charles Saulnier, Pere Antoine (priest), Abbot Ord. Cist. 127, 128, 136 De Chabannes, Mother Rosalie Augustin, Ord. Cist. 95, 95n, 127, 128* De Fenin, Gasparina Louise Rosalie 100*; Louis Fran~ois Xavier 100; Marie Rosalie (nee Oreille) 100 De Feucheres, Baron 98; Baroness (Sophie Dawes) 98*, 98n* De la Moussaye, Joseph Marie 101 De Laporte, Abbe Andre 128, 135, 136*-7*, 142*, 143*, 145 De Mauley, Lady Barbara (nee Ashley) 125*; Lord 125 De Menard, Amaranthe Emilia (nee de Soulanges) 101*; Charles Augustus 101; Pierre Franc;ois Charles 101'" Denovan, see 'lmder Donovan De Passee, Count 100; Marie 100 De Plessis Pascau, see under Du Derby 2211,; Jesuit District 127 De Soulanges, Amaranthe Emilia (Mdme. de Menard) 101 * ; Count 10111,; Countess 101* De Vassault, Fran~ois Paul 100; Marie Rose 100; Philippine Joseph Franc;oise 100 De Vaudreuil (Vendueil), Isidore 101 Devereux, Ann Mary (nee Smith) 140*; Charlotte Cecilia 140; George Alfred 140*; Georgina Elizabeth 140 ; Henrietta 140; Henry Frederick 140 De Vilelle, Abbe 185

Devonshire 8 Dewey (or Dewer), Anne 153; Charles 158; Christiana Virginia 161; Elizabeth 159; ? Emerya 153; Emily Mary Ignatius 167; George 153, 157, 158, 161; Joanna (Mrs.) 157, 158; John 153, 158*, 159, 161; John Budden 157; Martha 156*; Martha Mary 156; Martha (nee Jewer) 158, 159, 161; Matilda 151; Mary Anne (Mrs. Tatchel) 161; Mary Teresa 151; Mrs., 153; William John 157 D ' Hector, J obn Charles, Count General 100*, 101*, 10111,; Regiment of 100*


197

INDEX

Dim(m)ock (Dymott, Dumot, De-

Drummond, Lucy (Mrs. Robt.) 177,

mick), Bridget (? nee Budden) 132*, 137, 138; Caroline 132, 134; Charlotte (Mrs. Pennington) 141, 143; Mary Anne 137; Mary E leanor 138; Richard 132, 137, 138 Din, John 105; Patrick 105; Sarah (nee \iVald) 105 Docherty, Rev. H ., O.F .l\I. 174 Doctors Commons 51 Dodd, Charles 89 Dodding Green (Kendal) 22n Dodwell, Thomas 7, 1-72 Dolman, James 154':: ; Matilda Joanna (Mrs.) 1M, 157 Don (e) aId, James 153; John Ill; John Peter 111.; Mary (nee McCarthy) III Donnelly (Donnally, Donnella, Donelli), James 155; Terence (Than~) 146, 148*, 148n, 149*, 151*, 152*, 153,154';:, 154n, 15.5, 156; William 155 Donovan (Denoven), John 158; Mary 159; - 's child 161 Doody. J. (priest) 129 Doran, Laurence (priest) 176 Dorchester 163 D'Orfeuille, Arthur Marie Edward 100; Charlotte Marie Frans:oise 100; Mary Pauline 100 Dormer, Elizabeth, Lady (nee Tichborne) 178, 181; Euphemia Anne Elizabeth 178, 181; Hon. Robert (priest), S.]. 127; Joseph Thaddeus (Lord) 178, 179, 181; Matilda 158; William 18 Dorsetshire (Dorset) 5n, 87*, 89, 92, 115, 122*, 123* Douay 7n, 56n, 58n ; English College at 1*, In, 22n, 88n*, 89n, 93*, 96*, 124, 172n, 173*, 175 Doughty, Frances (Mrs. Biddulph) 186n; Francis 186; John 181; Thomas 178 Douglass, Bishop John, V.A. London Dist. 97, 102, 184* Dove, Andrew George Frederick 160, 164; Elise Lydia (Elizabeth) (nee West) 157, 160; E lise Rose 157; Frederick 157, 160; Mrs. 165 Dowrick, Anne (Mrs. Rudge) 8; William, alias of Wm. Rudge (priest), O.D.C.8 Doyer, Patrick 146 Draper, family 94; George 103; John (prior) 99; John 103; Lucy (nee Chapel) 103 Drew, Mary (Mrs.) 115 Driscol, Ellen 156; Jeremiah 108; John 107*, 108, 156; Margaret (nee Harrington) 107, 108, lI8; Michael

183; Miss Mary 184, 186, 186n, 189; Mrs. 189 Dufou, Felicity 139; N. 139; Peter 139 Duggan, Ed ward 111; Isabella (nee MacDonald) Ill; Martha III Du Hautoy, Lieut. 101 Duit(h), A-, 151; Caroline 151; Emily Anne 151; George 151, 152, 155; Henry 151; Henry George 155; James 154; Joseph 151; Matilda 155; NIl's. M. 155; Airs. 151 Dumot, see under Dimmock Dunford, Joseph Richard 138 Dunn, ,1[1'. (priest) 72

166

Du

(De)

Plessis

(Plessix)-Pascau,

Aglae Angelique 100*; Anne (nee Buisson de la Vigne) 100*; Anne Mary Laura 100* ; Charles Phillip 100; Count Herve Louis (Joseph) Marie 100* Durdle, Elizabeth (Mrs. Combes) 158 Durham 123, 126; County 173* Dutky 7 Duval, Abbe Jacques Florentius 124, 137, 138*-141 * ; Anthony 101; Henry Louis 101; Jacoba (nee Garcias) 101 Dyruott, see under Dimmock

Earle, John (priest) 79* East Bergholt, Franciscan Archives at 1.74

East Indies 183, 184 Edg(e)baston (Birmingham), School at 174*; Matron of 174*

Edwards, Rebecca 89 EHord Cottage, nr. Everton (Hants) 91*

Eite, Bridget (nee Keating)

] 12;

Henry 112*

Elingbam, see under Elingham ? Elingham (Elingbam), Elizabeth 147; Mattia 147; Mr., 147

Elizabeth, Queen 3, 88, 170 Ellingham (Northumberland) 183 Ellis, Philip Michael, Bishop of Aureliopolis, O.S.B., V.A. Western Dist. 21, 21n

Ely Cathedral, Prior of 9 England, Edward 146; Frederick 146; Mary (Mrs.) 146

England 4, 4n, 5, 8, 20, 92, 93, 96, 98, 124*, 170, 172*, 173*, 174, 183

Englefield, Felix (priest), O.S.F. 175 Ennis, Anne (nee Short) 112; Edward 11211< Ensbury 121 Errinlton, George, Bishop of Plymouth 166


198

INDEX

Essex, In, S8n Etheridge, Mary (Mrs. Lane) 120 Eu, College at 173 Eugreville, Belle 101 Evelton, see 'Under Everton Even(s) (? Evans), Charles Augustine 150; George 150, 153; Juliana 153; ? Lowing Simons 153; Mar- 150 Everton (Yelverton, Yeovilton, Evelton, Evilton) (Rants) 89, 90*, 90n*, 91 *, 91n, 92,9212*, 119*, 119n; Grange 91 Evilton, see tinder Everton Exeter, St. Peter's 177 Eyere, Hannah 142 ; Jane (Mrs. Lambert) 142 Eyre, Miss 01' Mrs. 23

Faithful, Joanna (Mrs. 2\1aher) 170, 180

Fane, Mr. 94 Fannan, M. P. (priest) 99 Fareham (Hants) 4 Fauconberg, Lord 174 Fawley (Rants) 89, !JOn,

119n; Rundred 168 Fawley (Berks.) 95n Fegan, John J. (priest) 176 Feltham, Elizabeth (nee Batten) 104; Henry 104; John 104 Fennell, Simon (priest) 172* Fenrother, Henry 169; Juliana (Mrs. Tichborne) 169 Fergus, Thomas 11 7 Ferrier, Bertrand 100; Franyois.e (nee Lucan) 100; Joseph Louis Bertrand 100* Fetherstone (Featherstone), Anthony (priest), O.S.F., ? vere Anthony Parkinson, Junr., O.S.F. 174*, 175*, 186 Filby, Sarah (Mrs. Clapcott) 121 Finigan, Owen 179, 182 Fisher (Fysher) or Finch, alias of Robert Holmes 7* Fitzgerald, Leo (priest), Ord. Cist. 129 Fitzherbert, Mrs. 115 Flanagan, Mr. (priest) 61, 6In, 93n*, 94*, 94n, 95, 96 Flandel'S 88n, 124, 170, 173 Fleetwood, Walter (priest) In Fleming, Mr. (Q .C.) 181 Flint 174* Flynn, William J. (priest) 176 Fodoas, Mgr., Bishop of Rhejms 184 Fogarty, Nicholas 111* Foley, Brother Henry, S.J. 4, 5*, 8, 122, 123*, 124, 124n, 125, 126*, 127, 170, 170n, 173*, 174 Fooks, Emma (Mrs. Guppy) 160* Foot, Elizabeth (Mrs. Howe) 102, 103, 104*,' lIS .

Fortescue, Anthony 7, 7n ? Fougone, Jemima Mary (nee Wills) 145, 166; Thomas 166

Fowey (Cornwall) 12¡3 Fox, Mr. 174 Foxhall, Mr. 74 Frahy, Edward 149; Emily 149; Mary (Mrs.) 149

Frampton, Anne (nee Burt) 135, 137* ; Caroline 138; Charles 137; Joanna 153; Mary (nee Vannar) 137, 139* :.vIary Ann 139; Peter 135; Miss (? Mrs. Greenwood) 154; Sophie (Saphira, Mrs. James) 159, 160"'; William 135, 137"', 139* France 95*, 97, 98, 98n, 128* Frankland, (priest) 93*; George (priest) 93; John, alias or vere Moyses (priest) 93 Fredeshin (Shropshire) 174 Freeborn(e), Mary Anne 166; Mary Anne (formerly Hiscock; 2 0 Mrs. Cribb) 144, 159, 160*, 167 Freeman, George (priest) 18; - - 176 French Royal Navy 100 Frinkley (Rants) 21, 21n Froud, Martha (Mrs. Moore) 130 Frye, Isaac 131 Fryer, Mr. (priest) 72

Gallavan, Jeremiah 108; Mary 108; Mary (nee Sullivan) 108

Galton (GaItan), Charlotte Mary 161; Edward Joseph 167; Frances (nee Slade) 161; George 161 Galway (Ireland) 183 Gannaway, Betty (nee Tarrant) 121; Christopher 121 Garcias, Jacoba (Mdme. Duval) 101 Gardiner, James (priest) 7*. 7n Garrett, John 180; William (or Millar) 180 Gasquet, Cardinal 170 Gayler (Gaylor), Ann 118; Mr. or Mrs. 94 George, Anne 151; Anne (Mrs.) 1Gl; 'William 151 Ghent 123 Giffard, Bonaventure, Bishop. V.A. Midland Dist. 21, 21n Gilbert 176 Gildon, Joseph (priest) 1 Gillet(t) (Jilet), Alban 133,135*,136*, 151; Anne 136, 148*; Eleanor or Helen (nee Barker) 135*. 136*, 151; Elizabeth 149*, 162, 166, 167; Francis 137*, 138; G. 161, 162, 164; Joseph 130-132*, 133, 135; Louis 158; Mary 119, 135, 146*, 147, 148; Mary Anne 149, 152, 160*; Mrs. 164; Nicholas 119; Teresa 152*; William


INDEX

148, 149, 152, 157; W illiam L ouis 136; - - 154 Gillow, Joseph I n , 25n", 6a*, 83*, 93, 173*, 174*, 175 Gloucestershire 123,127; Diocese of 7n Gobin, see under Gubbins Godden, John 95 Godwin, Thomas 92 Gomberkine, Pere, Ord. Carm. !)!) Gomere, Adelaide Clementine 114 Gordon Riots, The 1, 76n Gosling, James 121; Mary (1 0 Mrs. Clapcott) 121 Gosport (Hants) 6, 60n, 62, 75n, 9312, 94n, 130 Gosse, Joanna (Mrs.) 154; Joseph 154 Goter, Tristrarp. 171 n Gouardmus, Louis 101 Gould, Agnes 157; Catherine 157 Goulding, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 147; James 147* Grange, The 182 Grant, Esther (Mrs.) 146; Thomas 146; Thomas, Bp. of Southwark 116; William 146 Granville (France) 97 Grasser (Grassy), Anastasia 103; Joanna (nee Lockyer) 109; Joseph 103, 105, 109, ? 117; Sarah 109; Sarah (nee Shaves) 103, 105; William 105; see also Grosser Grassy. see under Grasser Gratwick, Amphyllis (nee Tichborne) 170, 17ln; W illiam 170 Gray's Inn (London) 1* Green, Elizabeth 118; Francis (priest) 176

Greenwell, Catherine (nee Wilkinson) U6; J olm 96; John Baptist (priest) 92, !)2n, 94, 95, 96*, 115 Greenwich 12¡1 Gl'eenwood, Anne 149; Emily 147; James 154; Jane 152, 154*, 16-1:, 166; John 154; Margaret 146, 154; Mary 148, 154; fary Anne 150; Mary Rosalie 152; Mrs. (? nee Frampton) 154; 1\Ir. 165; Peter 146, 149; Philomene 165; William 147, 152, 154*, 164 Griffin, Thomas 151 Griiiiths, Bishop Thomas, V.A. London Dist . 115, 117* Grossel' (? Grasser), George 131; Joanna 151; Joseph 150, 151; :M ary 150* Grove, John (priest) 22 Grove Park (Warwickshire) 174* Guaingan, John (Jean) Marie 101 Gubbins (Gobin, Gobben, Gobens), Agnes 150; Elias 164, 166; Elizabeth 153, 155, 164; Emily 163, 166; Frances (nee Willis) 149, 154, 157,

199

159*, 161 ; Francis 147; George 149, 150*, 152-7, 159*, 160, 161 *; James 149; J ames George 154; Mary (~frs.) 147; Mary Anne 147, 108; Monica 152; Mrs. 148; Stephanie 150, 152; ? Thaurer 01' Thela (Mrs. W illis) 148, 150, 151; Virtue (Mrs . Lambert) 150, 159; William 157 Guidez, Amadee (priest) 176 Guieux, Mons. 101 Guildford (Surrey) 177 Gunning, Luke (priest) 17G Guppy, Albert Henry Ill; Anne (nee Shepherd) 111, 112; Emma 160; Emma (nee F ooks) 160*; Henry 111, 112; James 160*; Mark 112; Samuel 160; Thomas Robert 160 Gurd, Charlotte 179 Gurney, James 144*; Winifred (nee Pecldord) 144* Guy, Agnes Gemima 158; Charles 178, 181; George 158; James 181; Joanna (nee Butcher) 178, 181; Sophie (Mrs.) 158; Thomas 178

Habgood. James 164;

Iary (Mrs,) 163; Sarah 156 Hadley (? H udley), John 157 Haggerston(e), Edward 183, 190 Hailan, see under Ailand Haimes, Elizabeth (Mrs. Coulson) 179; Stephen 179 Haines, John 118; Mr. 94 Hales, Lady 186; Sir Edward, 5th Bart. 186n, 187, 187n; Winifred (nee Webbe) 187n Halford, Ann (Mrs. Leigh) 170 Hall, Louis (priest) 176; Margaret 177 Halley, Eliza (Mrs. Turner) 112 Hammersmith 53, 92 Hammond, Thomas 177 ;Winefride 89 Hampreston (Dorset) 87, 88, 90n, 120, 122*; Church 119, 126*; Churchyard 119; Heath 122; Manor of 122 Hampshire (Hants) 1*, In, 4*, 5*, 5n, 6*, 8*, 8n, 19, 21n, 53, 87*, 88*, 88n, 89, 89n, 94n, 97, 99*, 102, 115*, 122*,124,168*,172,173*,177,183, 184 Hampshire District, The 2, 19*; Clergy of (Hants Brethren) 3, 9, 13*, 22, 73 _ Hampshire Funds, The 1*, 63-8a; Administrator or Treasurer of 1*, 2, 63 " Hampshire Hog," The 3 Hampshire Ledger, The 1*, 3*, 6*, 7, 7n, 8n, 9, 23, 23n, 72n, 93, 170 Hampshire Secular Clergy Fund, The (" Hampshire Hog ") 2, 3*, 6*, 9, 19,


200

INDEX

23, 24, G4, G.j *, G6 *, 67 *, 68.. .070, 75*81>1<, 83, 84*, 85; Administrator of 3, 24, 25; Rules of 1, 3, 9 Hanley, Bridget (formed 'mith; 1\1rs. Barton) 17S':', 170, 180*, IS2 "Hants, Mrs.," Hants Jesuit District of Hants, Wilts., Sussex and Dorset 5*, un, 122, 123*, 125, 126, 173 Hapgood, Ed. 100 Harbin, Elizabeth 105*, 113, 114; Jane (Mrs. Pitman) 105*, 113, 114, 118 Hare Street, School at 124 Harkenson, :M ary (Mrs. Hiscock) 136*, 145* Harragan, Margaret (Mrs. McCarthy) 109, 110 (? Carty 156) Harrington, Margaret (Mrs. Driscol) 107, lOS, 118 Hart, Mary (Mrs. Well ') 121 Harting 19 Harling. E. M. 91 Hartley Maudit (Hants) 4n, 169 Hatherop 175 Havant (Hants) 3*, 65, 93 Havant Fund, The 3*, 25, 64, 67-70, 72, 73*-81"', 85; Administrator of 3 Havant, Incumbent of 3* Hawkins, Francis Andrew (priest), Ord . Cist. 128, 129*, 143*, 144*, 145, 156*-166*, 156n, 167; Matilda 165, 166 Hayes, James (priest), Ord. Cist. 129; Mary (Mrs. Murphy) 15!) Hayter, Sarah 114 Hayward, Hannah 118 Heal, Elizabeth 103 Healy, Edward 106; James 106; jane (nee Conroy) 106 Hearne, Catherine (Mrs. Thomas) 110*, 111, 112; Julia 110 Heath, Averia ( irs.) 172n; J erome 172, 172n

Hendey, Mrs. or Miss A. 107 Hendren, Joseph W., O.S.F., Bishop of Nottingham 166

Heney, Michael 178, 182 Henley 95n Henry m, King 168 Henry VII, King 168 Henry vm, King 169* Hel'ne Common (Dorset) 122 Heron, Julia (nee Coglan)

IOU; Maurice 109; William 109 Hibdige, George 152; Joanna 152; Nericus (or Henry) 152 Hickins, Joseph (priest), O.S.F. 6*, 9, 58, 58n, 59*, 60* BighaIl4 Ann (Blessed Ann Lyne) 88n*; William 88n Highbridge (Rants) 184; see also Brambridge

Highland, :Mary (Mrs. ) 103 Hill, Augustine (priest), O.S.F. 4, 173*, 174*, 174n; al'ias of Hutton, Robert (priest), S.J. 174, 174n Hills, ali as of Fr. Chas. Stafford, . J. 123; Mrs. 26*, 34, 42; Rooert (priest) (Mr. H.) alias Hyde 2*, 9, 26*, 27, 34* 42 50 51 * 52 53 54*- 57* 58 59< 60~, 6i, 78: 80: 83: 84; his Fund (R. H.) 2, 3, 6n, 24*, 25*, 28, 31 *, 50-63, 66-72, 73*, 74, 75*-7*, 78, 79* 80 81* 82 93 HiJ{non', Ma'ry Hiscock (Hiscok, Hiscot), Abraham Peter 145; Alexander Angustine 136; Cecily 145; Elizabeth 136; Frederick 154* ; James 152 ; John 136*, 145'~ ; M. 152; Mary 152; Mary (Mrs.) 151 ; Mary (nee Harkenson) 136'~, 145* ; Mary Anne 136; Mary Anne (Mrs. Cribb; formerly Freeborne) 144, 159, 160*, 167; Solomon 136; Teresa 136, 151; Thomas 136; William 151 Hoare, Mary Ann 140; Mary (nee Penington) 140; Thomas 140 Hobbs, Emily Susan (Mrs. Pfrangley ) 144':', 161, 165, 166 Hocque, Charles 135*, 136 Hodan, Catherine 152; Frances 154; Francis 152, 154; Frederick 153; Emily (Mrs.) 152; Philomena 166 Hogan, Daniel 144, 156, 158*-160*, 161, 162*, 165*, 166; Elizabeth 148; Ellis (? Alice) 148; Helen 111 * ; John 148 Holdenhurst 121 Holland, Henry (priest), atias Somerfield 7n Holman, Mary (nee Wells) 611., 91t ; William 2n, 6, on (the " Sir " appears to be a mistake), 9 '~ , 24 Holm(~)s, Charles 158, 161, 162; Frances Bridget 157-8; Frederick John 162; John Joseph 161; Mary Anne (nee Casey) 158, 161, 162 ; Robert (priest), alias Fisher or F inch 7n; Thomas (priest), O.S.F. 174* Hoogstraet 124* Hordle (Hants) 88, 121 Horne, Bishop, of Winchester 169n, 170* Horningsham, Arundell of 186n Hornsby, Nicholas (Rev.) 183 Horton 23 Hoskins, Charles 123; Miss (Mrs. Couc1le) 123 Hounshill, Elizabeth (nee Hunt) 89n; Martin 89, 8912, his wife 89, his three sons 89; Martin (priest) 89n Howard, Charles (priest), D.D. 66, o6n, 67-72; Joanna Mary (Mrs. Coombs) 112

i30


tNDEX

How(e), Elizabeth (nee Foot) 102, 103, 104*, 118; family 95"'; George ] oseph 138, 139*; ] ohn 102, 103, 113; ] oseph 136, 141; ] oseph George 103, 138*; Mary Anne Elizabeth 103; Priscilla 104; Sarah 113, 114; William 102, 114 Huddlestone, Mr. 23; Richard 23 Hudley, Ellen (nee Cave) 156, 167; John 156, 167; Mary Ellen 156, 167; see also Hadley Hunt, Edward (priest), alias Colbeck 2n, 18*, 22, 88, 88n, 89; Elizabeth (Mrs. Hounshill) 89n; ] eremiah 149; Margaret (Mrs.) 19; Mary 149* Hurdle (Heardl) 149n; Anastasia Mary Magdalen 154, 167; Anne 150; Cecily 166; Cecily Mpry Winifred 167; Edward 153; Eliza Mary Joseph 167; Frances Mary 161, 164; James 153; Mary Anne (nee Langdown) 149-151 *, 153, 154, 156, 158, 159, 161; Mary Anne Cecily 149; Thomas 149-151, 152*-4, 156, 159, 161; Veronica 159 Hurn (Hants) 89, 99 Bursley (Hants) 2, 8, 8n*, 27, 41, 46; Fund 24, 41 *; Parish of 7n Burstbourne Tarrant (Hants) 6 Hurst Castle (Hants) 88n, 90, 90n, 91 * Hussey, Anne 103; George 119; James 103; Susanna 119 Hutton, alias Hill, Robert (priest), S.]. 174, 174n Hyde, alias of Robert Hills, q.v. Hyland, Mary 143 Ibberton (Dorset) 123 Ibert, Mr. 94 Idsworth (I-iants) 18 Innocent XI, Pope 21n Inns of Court 170 Ireland (? Ailand, Hailan), Mary 140, ? 147, 147n. ? 148 Ireland (Hibernia) 148, 170, 181 Irnham 126 Isle of Wight 21n, 53, 54, 98, 98n, 168; West Medina of 168 IsIeworth 183 Italy 8 Itchen, Bourne 168; River 168 James I, King 8n James n, King 87, 89 lames W, " The Old Pretender 89 James, Alfred Edmund 158; Agnes Joseph Catherine 167; Anne 158; Anne Mary 110; Anne Saphira 163; David Joseph 160; Edmund 158; Elizabeth Mary 161; Elizabeth (Mrs. Bugden) 159; Frances Mary ElizaJJ

N

20i

beth 167; Gloria 162; Henry John 160; John James 159,160; Mary 166; Mary Anne Joachim 159, 164; Mary (nee 'Willis) IlO, Ill, 158, 161, 164; Mary Teresa Ill; Robert 110, Ill, 158, 161; Sophie (Saphira) (nee Frampton) 159, 160*; William 14!) . Jarrott, Catherine (Mrs. Chantry) 108 Jeffery, Mary Ann (nee Lambert) 144, 1.45*; Thomas 144, 145* Jen(n)ison, Michael (priest) S.]. 123, 123n, 126

Jerningham, Anne (Lady ArundeU) 8; Sir Henry 8 Jersey (Channel Islands) 97, 128 Jerusalem 181 Jewer, Martha (Mrs. Dewey) 158, 159, 161 Jilet, see 'ttnder Gillett John, George Henry, ? alias J oris (priest), S.]. 124 Johns, Mrs. 166 Joigny (France) 127 JolliHe, Sarah A. 108 lones, Betsey (nee McKay) 110, Ill; Eliza 110; Pastor 106; Richard 110, 111,113; Robert 112; Robert (priest), D.D. 18, 22; Sarah III Jordan, Elizabeth Helen (Mrs. KenteU) ll3, 166* Joris (Jonis, John), Henry 124; Henry John (priest), S.]. 124; ] oanna Catherine (nee Sientenoy) 124 JOY, Anne (Mrs. Clark) 159, 161; Catherine (nee Newman) 103*, 104, 105, ll4; Edward 103*, 104, 105; Edward John 104; family 95; Lucy 103; Lydia 103; Margaret ll4; Mary 103*, ll4; Robert 105; Sarah 114 JOYce (Joice), Joanna 148; John 148, 149; Mary 148, 149; William 149

Kandi, Mrs. 154

Kane, see under Cane Kearnan, Anne Matilda 109; Edward 109; Frances (nee Smith) 109 Keating, Bridget (Mrs. Eite) 112 Keefe, Michael ll2 Keeping (? Kippin), Anne 105; Caroline Laura 107; Catherine ll3; Edward 106*, 107*, 108, llO; Elizabeth 107; Emma 107; family 106n, 107n, 116; Helen Agnes 108; Joseph 106, ll7; MaryAnne 106, ll7; Mary (nee Peckford) 106*, 107*, 108, 110; Rebecca 105, 114; Sarah Monica (Mrs. Campbell) llO, 113; Winifred Teresa 107 Kelly, John, Bishop of Plymouth 126n KeUoway, Mary 136'"


202

INDRX

Kelly, Ann 139; Maurice 139; N. J. (priest), D.S.H. 23n; Paul, alias of Richard Caryll (priest) , S.J. 126; Richard (priest) 98, 98n, 107*-109*, U8; Thomas 139 Kelly, Rev. B . W. 126n Kemp (e) , Ann (Mrs. Clapcott) U8n; Anne (nee Coope) 4; Henry 4; Mary Catherine (Mrs. Tichborne) 4*; Mary (4th Lady Tichborne) 186n, 186n* Kempshott (Hants), Manor 168 Kendal22n Kendal, Richard (priest) 60, 60n Kennedy, Elizabeth (Mrs. Osmond) 160; Mrs. 68, 69*, 72, 73, 76 Kennell, Elizabeth (Mrs. Rowe) 135, 136, 137*, 139n Kensington, Holland St. 97 Kent 4 Kentell, Elizabeth Helen (nee Jordan) 113, 166*; Francis Henry 113, 166* Kenyon, Jane (Mrs. Perkins) 88*, 89 Kerwan, Peter 146 Keyhaven (Hants) 88, 90*. 90n King, Alexander 89; Anne 157 ; Charity 119; David 148, 150, 152, 153, 155; Elizabeth 130, 133, 150, 152, 153, 155; Emma Matilda Elizabeth 152, 153; Frances 157, 163; Frederick 151, 152; Frederick Albert 153; Henry 151-3; James 132, 134, 148; Jane 143,167; Joanna 130, 133, 135, 155, 160; John 130* 131*, 145, 163, 165; John Augustine 150; Joseph Robert 153; Martha 132*, 134; Martin 131; Mary 103, 104, 130*, 131 *, 133, 148, 152, 159; Mary Anne 153; Mary (Mrs. Brown) 162; Mary (Mrs. Reeks) 121; Mrs. 151; Robert 131, 134, 152; Sarah 131, 133, 152-4; Sarah (Mrs. Cole) 177*,178*, 180; Simon 119; Thomas 154; William 119, 135, 152, 153, 157, 163, 165; - - 163 King, Edward 90, 91, 98*, 99; Rt. Rev. John Henry, Bishop of Portsmouth 3n, 9, 23*, 87*, 94n, 95, 102, 118 King's Bench, Court of 57n Kingsclifi (Lincolnshire) 57n, 93 Kingscote, Mr. 184 Kingsmill, John 16ij Kip (p)in(g) (Kippen, ? Keeping), Catherine 131; Eliza 154, 155; Elizabeth 132; Fr. 130; George Henry 155; James 154*; John 132, 155; Mary 132, 155; William 132*, 134 Kite, Elizabeth 144 Knight, Constance (nee Tichborne) 169; family (of Chelsea) 182; Frances 177*; Robert 169

Lac(e)y, Anne 165, 166; Elizabeth 120, 156, 162, 165, 166; family 90*, 91 *, 92; Hannah 120; Henry 119n; John 156*, 163; Kitty (Mrs. Biddlecombe) 115, 120, 12On; Margaret 119n; Mary 119n; Mr. 91; Mrs. 95; Mrs. (nee Stafford) 91n, 12On; Richard White 90, 91*, 91n, 92*, 120*, 12On; Sarah 119; William 90, 91 *, 91n*, 92, 119, 119n, 120* Ladden, Anne (nee Corbin) 132; John 132; Martha 132, 134 Ladyholi (Hants) 126 Lambert (Lampert, Lamport), Agnes Joseph Teresa 167; Barbara 131,134; Henry 141, 142*, 143*, 146, ? 147, 147n; Jane (nee Eye.1:'e) 142; Joanna (Mrs.) 146; Joseph 146; Joseph Peter 146; M. 163; Martha 161, 166; Mary 131; Mary Agnes 155; Mary Teresa 142; Mary Ann (Mrs. Lambert) 144, 145*; Mrs. 153; Rebecca 147; Robert 155, 159, 163; Robert Andrew John 159; Virtue (nee Gubbins) 155, 159 Lancashire 7n*, 123, 124, 126, 127* Lancaster, George (priest), O.S.F. 174* Landerneau (Brittany) 100 Lane, Elizabeth (nee Clapcoat) 120; John 120, 121; Mary (nee Coffin) 121; Mary (Mrs. Perkins) 120; Mary (nee Etheridge) 120; Mr., 92; Thomas 120 Langdale, Marmaduke, 5th Lord 186, 186n Langdown (Langdoun), Anne 109; Catherine 147; Catherine (Mrs.) 147; Eliza 109; Joseph 109; Mary Anne (Mrs. Hurdle) 149, 150, 151*, 153, 154, 156, 158, 159, 161; Peter 109*, 147; Sarah (nee Saunders) 109* Langlois, Abbe Frans;ois 125 Langsat (? Lampert), Henry 147 Lanherne (Cornwall), Arundell of 8 Laon, 172; Cathedral of 97 Larra, Margaret (Mrs. Daw) 120 Last, George 103 La Tour, Frans;ois 101 Laurint, Fran~ois 101 Law, Catherine (nee Lawrence) 137, 138*-142*, 143, 146, 147; Francis 147; George 147; John 146; Margaret Teresa 143; Mary Ann 139*, 141, 142*; Mary Ann Teresa 141; Sarah Teresa 143; Thomas 142; William 141, 142*, 143*, 146, 147; William Thomas 143 Lawden, Elizabeth 132, 134; Mary Anne 132, 134 Lawrence, Catherine (Mrs. Law) 137, 138*-142*, 143, 146, 147; James 114 Lee, Alfred 143; Anne 148-150; Anne (nee Bray) 103, 114; Barbara


11IlDEX

(nee Bishop or Maybe) 141, 142*, 143; Caroline 103; Catherine (Mrs. Boyle) 105, 113; Charles 114; Elizabeth (Mrs.) 147; Elizabeth Mary 142; Francis 147; Henry 142; James Francis 141; John 140; Lidwine 140; Margaret 114; Mary Emma 147; Mr. 149; R. 107; Thomas 103,118, 141*, 142*, 143, 147; William 140 Le Franc, Abbe 124, 137* Leigh, Ann (nee Halford) 175; Francis (priest) 175, 175n, 176*; James 175; Michael, alias Michael Rudge, O.D.C. 8 Le Mesle, Augustin 101 Le Tellier, Abbe 101 Lewen, Mary, 89; her two daughters 89 Leyburn, John, Bishop of Adrumetum, V.A. London Dist. 21, 21n, 22 Liege 123n

Lille 126

Limerstone (Isle of Wight) Manor 168 Limerstone, John de 168; Mabel (Mrs. Tichborne) 168 Linckhorne, Anne (Mrs.) 176; Augustine 176; Lucy 176 Lincoln, Diocese of 88n Lincobwdtire 57n, 93 LindOW, John (priest) 66, 66n, 67-69, 73, 74*, 75, 82

Lion, Albert Peter (priest) 176 Lisbon, English College at 55n, 85, 89n, 93* Liverpool 185 Llanblithian 184 Llanvilling 174 Loader (Loder, Loadar), George 154, 167; Henry Richard 154, 167; Mary Anne 154, IG7* Lockhart, John Ingram 7 Lockington, Mrs. or Miss 112 . Lockyer, Joanna (Mrs. Grasser) 109; Lydia (Mrs. Vanner) 143; [? Lidwine 140, 142]

London 1 *, 5, 7, 711" 46, 52, 50n, 93*, 94,96,98*, 98n, 99, 122-4, 127*, 173; Acton 124; Archdeacon of 63; Bermondsey 99; Bishop of 170; Brook Green 127; Chelsea 182; Clink, The 170; Downing Street 115, 116; Gatehouse Prison 170; Gray's Inn 1*, 63*; Golden Square 181; Hammersmith 53, 92, 127; Isleworth 183; Kensington 97; Marshalsea Prison 7n; Moorfields 1; New Kent Rd. 114, 117; Sardinian Embassy Chapell; Soho, St. Patrick's 98; Spanish Place 98n; St. Catherine's Docks 127; Tower of 7n; Tyburn Tree 7n London District, The 87, 117*; Clergy Library 1, 63; Vicar Apostolic

203

(Bishop) of 21n*, 2711,,51, SIn, 83, 115, 181; Vicar General 8111,; Vicariate of 1 Long, James 114 Longham 89 Longman, Charles 162; Elizabeth 162; Gemima Josephine 167; James 162* ; Mary 162; Mrs. 162*; Sarah 16:2 ; Teresa Mary Aloysia 162; T. 165, 166 Longwood (Ronge-wood) (Hants) 6. 6n, 7*, 711,. 8*. 811" 9*, 24, 50-57, 58*, 59, 60*, 61, 62*, 63, 66*, 68, 74, 77, 78*, 168; House (Rosehill) 7, Bn, 9*; Lodge 7*, 811,; Warren 7*, 811-; see also Bishop's Waltham and Upham Lords, House of 181:;' L 'Orient (France) 100 Louis Philippe, King 99, 99n Lovatt, Thomas 89 Loyal Emigrants, Corps of 101* Lucan, Franyoise (Mdme. Ferrier) 100 Lulworth 97, 128* Lulworth Castle 92; Park 127; St. Susan's Monastery 127*; Cistercians at 97, 127, 128 Ly, Elizabeth 153; John 153* Lymington (Hants) 87*, 88-90, 9On*, 91 * 91n 92* 9211,* 98 99* 101* llo'; Angel In'n 92; 'Mayor of 90 ' Lynach, Mary 141, 145; Mary Anne ? 149, 14911, Lyndhurst (Hants) 87 Lyne, Blessed Ann (nee Higham) 8811,; Roger 88, 88n* Lyons, Margaret (Mrs. Nelson) 109; Mr. 92; Mrs. 92

Macbane (McBane), Anne 106; Anne (Mrs. Wood) 107 McAlister, Alexander 109, 110; Margaret (nee McCallion) 109, llO; Mary 109

McBride, Alexander lO8*, Il8; Margaret (nee Power) 108, Il8 McCallion, Margaret (Mrs. McAlister) 109, 110

McCarthy, Charles llO; Florentiu's 109, 110; Margaret (nee lIarragan) 109, 110 (? Carty, 156); Mary (Mrs. Donald) III McCline, Mary (Mrs. Brennin) 179 McCullen, Manus ll3; Mr. 113; Mrs. 113

MacDonald, Isabella (Mrs. Duggan) III McDonald, John (priest) 99 McDonnell, Margaret (Mrs. Slater) 106*, 108; Mary 106 McEntaggart, Mary Anne (nee Carney) ll5; Owen Il5 McEvoy, - - (priest) 129


204

tNDE)(

McGinley (McGhenley, McGenley), Mary (Mrs. Sweeny) 107*, 108*; Patrick (priest) 129 McGon(n)egal, Helen 117; James 108; Margaret (nee icholson) 108; Mary Anne 117; William 108 McGonnigan, Mary Anne 108 l~cGuire. Hugh 118; see also Maguir McKay, Betsey (1\1rs. Jones) 1l0, III McStay, E dward (priest) 175*, 178*, 179*, 179n, 18P, 181n*, 182*, 183 Machin, ? Arthur 106 Mack(a)rell, John 89; William 90 Magee (Magi, Macgee), Lawrence 152, 155*, 156 Magin, James 179, 182 Magini, John (priest) 129 Maguire, Anne 109, 110; Catherine (nee Moinchan) 108-110; Hugh 118; Mary 108; Thomas 108-110; see also McGuire Maher, Joanna 180; Joanna (nee Faithful) 179, 180; Martin 178, 180* Maire, Mr. 64*, 65 Malmesbury, James Ed'w ard, 2nd Earl of 99 Man, Alfred Joseph 152; Anne (Mrs.) 155; William 155*; - - 152 Manchester 140 Man(n)ahum (Manoam, Monoham), Edward 146*, 147, ? 149-151; Helen 147; John 146; Mary (Mrs.) 146*, 147; see also Manoam, Monoham, Monachum Mannock, Lady 186; Lady Anastasia (nee Browne) 95*, 95n*, 97n, 102*, 103, 115*, 116, 127, 135; Sir F rancis lS6n, 189; Sir Thomas 95n Manoam (? Monahum), E dward 149 Mansell, alias of Fr. Thomas Talbot, S.J. 123 Mapledurham (Hants) 17ln Mapledurham (Oxon) 186n Marble Hill (Galway) 183 Marest, Abbe Jean Baptiste 124, 125* 137* 140 141*-3* MarIiliull (Dors~t) 119 Marshalsea Prison 7n Martin (Martyn) George 178; Gregory (priest), O.S.F. 6; John (priest at Gosport) 11, 72, 74, 75*, 76, 79; John (priest) 6*, 9, 27, 41, 42, 50, 51-3, 54*-58*, 59; Margaret 180; Margaret (? Mrs. Tichborne) 168; Mary 178; Mary (nee Perry) 178*, 179*, 180*, 182*; Mrs. 182; Richard 2* 25 26*-30* 31 34*-38* 42* 43~~ 44 45* 46'* 57 58* 59* 61' 62,' 84:, 168; S~rah' 178; Wifua~ 178*, 179, 180* Mary, Queen 87 Mathews, William (priest) 18, 19, 22

Matthews, W. 92 Maurice, Abbe C. 127, 133 May, Lady Strangford 188 l'tIaybe, Barbara (Bishop; Mrs. Lee) 141, 142*, 143

Mayenne (France) 97 Meaby, Elizabeth (Mrs. Turner) 137, 138*, 139, 140; Hannah 137, 138

Meader, William 74-8, 79*, 81 *, 83 Meddler, Frederick Taylor 151; Mary 151

Melchett Court, near Sherfield English (Hants) 7n

Melleray, nr. Nantes (France) 127, 128; Mount (Ireland) 128, 129*; New (America) 128 Merdon (Marden) (Hants), Manor of 7n, 8n* Meredith, Richard (priest), S.J. 5* Merryton (Hants) 89 MerV)'n, Ann ( 1rs. Tichborne) 16 Metcalfe, William 114, 117 Michel, Mr. 140 Micheldever (Hants) 17ln Middlesex, Archdeacon of 63 Midland District, The 128; Vicar Apostolic of 21n Miles, Emily (Mrs. Pearce) 165; James 164; Sarah Edwards 110*, 111*, 112 Millord (Hants) 89, 90*, 9On*, 91 *, 92* 92n 119n ' Church 91 92* ' Parish Cl~rk of 92; Penny Charity 92; New, Churchyard 119 Millar, Frances 180; William (o r Garrett) ISO Miller, Mary 112* Milner, John (later Bishop) 9,74,75*Sl*, 82, 83*, 85, 92, 92n, 93; John senr. (priest) 55, 55n, 93* Milton, see under New Milton Mockridge, Elizabeth 166, 167; George Joseph 159; girl 162 ; Helen 162, 166; Mary Anne 159 Modus's Paving Rates 74*, 74n Moinchan, Catherine (Mrs. Maguire) 108-110 Molyneux, William (priest), S.]. 127 Monochum, Anne (Mrs.) 151; E dward 151; William 101; see also Mannahum Monaghan (? Manahum, Manoam, Monachum) 149n Moncrish, Elizabeth Frances 149; Helen (Mrs.) 149; John 149 Montagu, Violette M. 98n* Montague, family 55n, 95n; Lord 172 Moody, Ann 17ln; Charles 178; Frances 178; Mr. 72; Thomas 176 Mo(o)r(e) Adelaide Mary 157; Anne 14{)-162, 155; Anne (nee? Chibbery) 167; Anastasia (Mrs. Browne) 90n; Edmund (priest) 2n; Edmund, alias I


I!'\DEX

Perkins 88; Edward 152; E1. 149; Elizabeth 156, 157; family 95n; Henry 157; John 130*, 133, 167; Martha (nee Froud) 130; Mary 148, 150, 157; Mary Anne 150, 151*-3*, 154, 155*-8*. 159-62, 167; Mr. (priest; ? John Vaudry, S.J.) 5*; Mrs. 153; Mrs. (nee Stuart) 157; Peter 167; Robert 151, 152; Sir Thomas Michael 95*, 95n*, 102*, 115*, 118; - - 152 Moorfields (London) 1 Moorich (Moerich, Moorish), Helen 150; Ita 153; John 150, 150n, 153; Thomas George 153 More, see under Moore Morestead (Hants) 7 Morgan, David (priest) 53, 54; Francis 103; 'Helen 103; Helen (nee Newhill) 103 Morigny, James 154 Moris(s)y, James 149 Morley, Edward 177; James 180 ; Lady Phillippa 19; Mary 177, 178; Mary (Mrs.) 177; Mrs. 177; Thomas 177; William 177. 178 Morris (Morrice), John 89; Mary 151 * Mortemar, Regiment of 100 Morton, Patrick (priest) 129 Mosthen, see under Mostyn Mostyn (? Mosthen), Agnes 141, 142; Agnes (nee Butler) 141*. 142; Agnes Mary 141; Frederick 141 ; John 141 *, 142*; Rebecca 141 Mount Melleray, see under Melleray Mount St. Bernard's (Leicestershire) 129* Mount St. Joseph's, Roscrea 129 Moyes, alias of John Frankland 93 Moylan, William (priest) 129 Murphy, Denis 159; John 162, 164; M. , 165; Mary 159; Mary (nee Hayes) 159; Michael 159; R. 165; son 165 Musson, Agnes (Mrs.) 147; Elizabeth (Mrs.) 146; Helen 147; John 146*,147 Muston, Elizabeth 103

Nagle, 1\1:rs. 189 Nantes (France) 127, 128 Nazareth House at Melchett Court 7n; at Southampton 712; Sisters of 7n Neese, - - 146 Nelson, Joseph 109*; Margaret (nee Lyons) 109 Newburgh, Anne, Countess of 178, 181; Countess Dowager of 184; James Bartholomew (Radcliffe), 4th Earl of 186, 186n* Newcastle-on-Tyne 126 Newell, John 177; Mrs. 177; Thomas 177* New Forest 58, 87, 93

205

Newgate Prison 88 Newhill, Helen (Mrs. Morgan) 103 Newlands, Hursley CHants) 8n* Newman, Catherine (Mrs. Joy) 103*, 104, 105, 114

New Milton (Hants) 87, 89, 90 Newport (Isle of Wight) 105n; House of Industry 98 Nicholson, Margaret (Mrs. McGonegaJ) 108 Nieuport (Flanders) In, 96; Carthusians at In, 96; Prior of In Nihell, E. (priest), S.J. 12Nimpton, Devon 8 Nolan, James (priest) 33*,49,50,60, 61* 62* 6~ 64* 65 66*-8* 69 70< 72, '73';: 74*, , 77, '82, 85*,' 9311,: 9412, 186, 186n Noltley (Nolley), Edward Henry 150 ; Henry 150; Mary 150 Noonan, Elizabeth 110; Matthew 110 Norfolk, Duchess of 92 Normand, Abbe Jacques (Nicholas) 125, 128*, 142 Normandy 100 Norris, Frances 177; Mary 177 ; Winifred 177 North Court (Kent) 4 Northern District, The, Vicar Apostolic of 2111" 6412* Northington (Hants) 17112 Northumberland 183 Norton, Elizabeth (Mrs. Peckford) 104, 114 Nottingham, Bishop of 166 Nursling 121 Nutter. Blessed John (priest) 7n; Ven. Robert (priest), alias Askew 7n* O'Brien, - - (priest) 129 O'Connell, Celsus (priest), Ord. Cist. 129

O'Donnell, Denis 159 Odstock (Wilts.), 87, 125 O'Kelly, Luke (priest) 129, 167* Old Brotherhood, The 2n; Archives of 9, 23* Old Chapter, The 1*, 4*, 5, 22n, 63, 93, 174; Dean of 1, 83

Old Hall Green, Ware (St. Edmund's College) 1*, 23*, 23n*, 98*, 98n, 99*, 124*, 184 "Old Pretender," The 89 Oliver, Rev. G., D.D. 97*, 122, 123, 124*, 124n, 125n, 127, 128* "Olliver's, Late" 91 * O'Mahony, Canon Denis (priest) 94n

Oporto In Oreille, Marie Rosalie (Mdme. de Fenin) 100 Orleans. Duke of 99


206

INDEX

Osmond, Bernard 160; Elizabeth (nee

Perkins, Anne (nee Plowden) 88 ;

Kennedy) 160; Lucy Mary 160 Owen, Catherine 179; Elizabeth (nee Tichborne) 170, 171n; Elizabeth 171 n; William 170, 171n'" Owslebury (Hants) 7*, 7n Oxford, Bailiol College 172

Ann (nee Wells; 2 0 Mrs. Tettersall) 87n; Edmund, alias More 88; Edmund 18* 19 88* 89* 96w Elizabeth (nee Waters) 121; fa~ily 8'9, 96n; Francis 88, 88n; Francis (priest) 18, 22, 89n; H . 165, 166; James 89n, 96n*; Jane (nee Kenyon) 88*, 89; John 89n; Martha 96n; Mary (nee Lane) 120; Mary (nee 'W ing) 121; Mary Anne (Mrs. Strickland) 153, 158, 159, 167; Roger 121; Thomas 120; William 8712, 96; - - 121 Perry, Mary (Mrs. Martin) 178*-180*, 182*; - - (Pens) 181 Peters, Charles A. (priest) 80, 80n, 175*-178* 181* 183 184* 185 ]88 Petersiield' (Hants) 1: 31, 89n, '171H Petit, John (Jean) 101 Petre, Benjamin, alias White, V.A. London District 27, 27n, 51*, 51n, 52; Francis, V.A. Northern Dist. 64n Pfrangley, Emily Susan (nee Hobbs) 144*, 161, 165, 166; Vincent 144*, 161; - - boy 161 Phelyps, Charity (nee Waller) 171n; Elizabeth (nee Tichborne) 171, 17ln; James 171; Thomas 17ln Philips, Henry Stephen (priest) 112, 175* 176 178*-182* Phil~ore 'Hill (Hants) 176, 177 Philpott, family 87, 90; Henry 90 Pierce, Mary Anne Elizabeth 167; Thomas John 167 Pine, Rebecca (Mrs. Davis) 147 Pinkman, Francis (priest) 95 Pitman, Elizabeth 105; family 95; James 105*, 113, 114, 118; James Joseph 105; Jane (nee Harbin) 105*, U3, 114, 118; Joseph 105 Pitt, Catherine (nee Beaty) 103, 104*; James 103, 104*; John 104; Mary Winifred 103; Thomas 104; William 104 Pitts, William 170n Pius VII, Pope 127 Pizzen, Mary Frances 110 Plasse, Canon F . X. 12512 Plowden, Ann (Mrs. Perkins) 88; Dorothy 180; Edmund 88, 183, 100; Francis 184; Elizabeth (7th Lady Tichborne) 171, 177*, 17712, 183, 183n, 187n, 188 Plowman, Ambrose 89; his two daughters 89 Plymouth, Bishop of 166, 167; Diocese of 122, 126n Pole, Blessed Margaret 87 Ponsonby, Lady Barbara (nee Ashley, later Lady de Mauley) 125*; Francis Spenser, afterwards Lord de ~fauley 125

Padwell (Hants) 5, 93n Pad wick, Elizabeth 177; ? Mary 177 Palemon, Pere (Nicolas Rousselin), Ord. Cist. 128*, 145*-157*, 157n, 162, 166, 167*

Palmer, William (priest), O.S.B. 8* Pare au (? Parsons), Bridget 148 Paris 64, 65*, 66, 67*, 69, 70*, 72, 73*, 74, 76*, 77*, 79*, 80*, 96*, 98n, 165, 173*, 184; La Sorbonne 127; Convent at Rue des Fosses St. Victor 184, 185 Parker, Mr. (? Francis) (priest) 94*, 96*, 183; three Jesuits 96 Parkins, Bridget (Mrs. Coal) 142, 147 Parkinson, ? alias Fetherstone, Anthony (priest), O.S.F. 174*, 175*, 186 Parley Common (Dorset) 122 Parnell, John 119n Parsons, Bridget ? 148, 148n; John 142; Joseph 142 ; Robert (priest), S.J. 172 Paston, Mr. 23; Mrs. 23 Patience, Anne 179; James 178-180; Joanna 178; Joanna (nee Burke) 178180; Mary 180 Payne, Elizabeth (nee Vincent) 158; George 158; Mary Juliter 158; William 57n, 94n Pearce, Emily (nee Miles) 165; Charles 121; George 165*; Mary (nee Clapcott) 121 Peckiord, Elizabeth (nee Norton) 104, 114; family 95; fary 105, 106*, 114; MarY (Mrs. Keeping) 106*, 107*, 108, 110; William 104, 109, 117; Wjnifred 104, 107- 9, 117; Winifred (Mrs. Gurney) 144*; - - 114 Peckston, William 108 Penitens (? Pennington), John 142; Mary 141; Matilda 142; Sarah Teresa 142 Pen(n)ington (? Penitens), Charlotte (nee? Dimmock) 141, 143; Helen 138; John 138*,139,140,141*,143; Mary 141; Mary Anne 143; Mary Matilda 141; Mary (Mrs. Hoare) 140; Mary (nee Budden) 138*, 139, 140; Mary Teresa 138; Mr. 138*; Thomas 141; Thomas Joseph 139 Pennington (Hants) 87*, 89, 90*, 90n *; Lower 90; Marsh 91 Pennington and Avon 87, 89, 92, 93n Penny, Thomas 92


INDEX

Pontoise 4 Poole (Heath) (Dorset) 122, 146, 146n Por(t)chester (Hants) 7*, 169 Porter, James (priest), S.J. 97, 127*,

207

Reeks, John 121; Mary (nee King) 121

Reid, see under Read Revol, John (Jean) 100*; Margaret

130*-133*, 134

(nee Bastide) 100

Portico, nr. St. Hetens (Lanes.) 127 Portsea (Portsmouth) Registers 175n Portsmouth 60, 98; Bishop of 95, 118;

Rheims, English College at 3, 7n,

George Hotel 98

Pottle, Clare (nee Biddlecombe) 121; Martha (nee Biddlecombe) 121; Thomas 121; William 121 Power, Margaret (Mrs. McBride) 108, 118 Poynes, Edward (priest), S.J. 126 Poynter, Bishop William, V.A. London Dist. 95, 102, 113-116, 127 Pratt, Esther 110; John 110; Mary Anne 110 Prescot(t), Richard (priest) 6*, 67, 67n Price, Mrs. 174 Prichard, Leander (priest), O.S.B. Sn Prince, Anne 179, IS2; Anne (nee Court(e)ney) 179*. IS2*; George 179, 182; Henry 179*. lS2*; James 179 Prior, Francis IS6n Pritchard, Emma (Mrs. Connor) 112 Pullen, James (or Tuller) 144, 158, 165; Jane (Mrs.) 144, 158, 165; Mary Joseph 158 Pulton, Joseph ¡(priest), O.S.F. 174* Purchase, Anne Mary (Mrs. Scot) 130, 131 Pure well, Christchurch (Hants) 95 PYCk, Anne 137

Quinlan, Joanna 109; Michael 109 Quinn, Thomas (priest) 176 Racton 7n Radcliffe, James Bartholomew, 4th Earl of Newburgh, IS6, 186n*; Lady Ann 186, 186n, 188 Randall, George 144, 144n; Henrietta Charlotte 144; James 136 Rath Keal 106 (? Rathkeale) Ravenhill, Angelus (Richard) (priest), O.S.F. 175* Ravenscroft, W. 91 Read (Reid), Anne 118; family 95; James 105; John 19; Joseph 102; Mary 102*, 106, 114, 118; Susan 102, 105, 113; William 106 Reading (Berks.) 101*; Southcote House 101; St. Giles's 101 Reading, Elizabeth Anne (Mrs. Byrne) 136 Reardon, Eugene (priest) 176, lS1n, lS3

172n, 173*; Bishop of 184; Cathedral 173; College at 184 Rich, John 135 Richards, Mr. (priest, ? Giles White) 172, 172n* Riddente, Mr. 165; Mrs. 165 ? Ridlestont, . Child 162 Rigby, John (priest) 19 Riglei, John, alias William Rudge (priest), Disc. Carm. S Riket (Riked), John 151, 152, 153* Riley, William 85 Rine, Mary Anne 106 RingwoOd (Hants) 87, 88*. 88n. 89*, 89n, 94, 102, 104, 117, 118, 121, 167; Manor of 89 Ringwood, Henry 3 Ripl~y (Hants) 94 Ripley (Surrey) 177 Ritchie, Charles Sebastian (priest) 176 Robespierre 128 Robinson, John 126; John (priest), S.J., alias Taylor, alias Valentine Upsall 125; Robert (Dom. Paul) (priest), O.S.B. 8* Rochester 170 Rodez, Bishop of 125 Roger(s), Elizabeth (Mrs. Brackan) 106; Mary 141, 142; William 141*, 142, 146, 147*, 14S Rome 7, 173; English College at 4"', 5n, 8*, 123, 126, 172n, 173*; St. John Lateran's 123n Romsey (Rumsey) (Hants) 3, 5 Ronge-wood (Longwood) 7 Roper, John 4; Mary Magdalen (Mrs. Tichborne) 4, {) Ropley (Hants) 56, 169n Roscrea (Ireland) 129 Rosehill, or Longwood House 7 Rouen, Diocese of 128 Rousselin. Nicolas (pere Palemon) (priest), Ord. Cist. 128*, 145*-157*, 157n, 162, 166, 167* Route, John (priest) 2n Rowe, Charles 137; Edward 137; Edward Reynolds 139; Elizabeth (nee Kennell) 135, 136. 137*, 139n; George 136_; John 135, 136. 137*, 139, 139n; John Reynolds 135 Roydon, Thomas (priest) 22, 22n*; Thomas Cornford (priest) 22n Rudge. Anne (nee Dowrick) 8; Michael, alias Leigh 8; William, alias John Riglei (priest), Disc. Carm. 8 Ryan, Matthew (priest) 115


208

IJDEX

Rythe, Elizabeth (Mrs. Tichbornc)

Scot(t), Anne Mary (nee Purchase)

169*, 169n*; family ' 169, 169n; James 169n; Thomas 169n*; 'Villi am 169n*

130, 131; George 139; John 131, 133; Mary 133; Mary (Mrs. Ayles) 121; Mr. 130, 131; Thomas 130, 133 Scovell, Anne (Mrs. Barnes) 108 Scroope family 22n Selborne 169n Selnen, James 120; Ruth (nee Biddlecombe) 120 Sens (France) 127 Seville, Jesuit College at 3, 4 Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley, 5th Earl of 125; Barbara (Webb), 5th Countess of 124, 125; their daughter, Lady Barbara (Mrs. Ponsonby, later Lady de Mauley) 125* Sharp, Miss 88, 89n Sharrock, Bishop Wm. Gregory, O.S.B., V.A. Western Dist. 134, 13417,

St. Augustine 102, 116 St. Austin's, nr. Lymington (Hants) 92

St. David 20 St. Edmund's College, Ware, see under Old Hall Green

st. Francis Xavier, College of (Jesuit District of N. and S. Wales) 123 George 20 Germain's, France 5, 89'" Helens (Isle of Wight) 98 Helens (Lancs.) 127 Luke 10 Malo 128 Marcellin (Diocese of Vienne, France) 100 st. Omer 4n*, 5, 8, 123* st. Paterne-du-Buais (France) 97 St. Patrick's, Soho 98 st. Paul 181 St. Paul-in-Quersey, Dioc. of Conors (? Cahors) 100 St. Remi (Dioc. Coutances) 124

st. St. st. St. st. st. St.

st. Thomas of Canterbury College, Jesuit District 5n, 122, 125; see also "Mrs. Hants"

Sadler, Thomas

Vincent (priest), O.S.B. 173 Salisbury 3, 95n, 127; Countess of 87; diocese of 3; Endless St. 95 ; Road 3; St. Thomas's 3 Salmesbury, Lower Hall 175 Salop, i.e. Shropshire, q.v. Samways, Mrs. 162; Thomas John 167 Sanudry, David 155; Elizabeth (Mrs.) 155; George Joseph 155 Sardinian Embassy Chapel (London), The 1 Sarviq (France) 100 Saulnier, see under De Beauregard Saunders, David 156, 157, 160; Elizabeth (nee Barnes) 156, 157, 160; Frances 160; Hannah (Mrs. Veal) 121; Henry Joseph Christopher 157; Mary Joanna 156; Sarah (Mrs. Langdown) 109* Savage, Patrick (priest), alias Grace 1, 9, 24*, 28*-33*, 35*, 36, 37*, 38*, 39, 40, 42, 43*, 44*, 45, 46*-8*, 49, 51 *, 52*, 53, 54*-62*, 84*, 94n; his sisters 52; Sir Thomas 7n, 8n Scanlan, Charles (priest) 129 Schmitt, Marie (Mdme. Bouttes) 100 Schofield, Richard L. (priest) 129, 160*, ]61*, 164

135n Shaston (Dorset) 122 Shaves, Sarah (Mrs. Grasser or Grassy) 103, 105

Shaw, James (priest) 26, 27*, 28, 35 41-3 51* 52*

Sl18wyer: Catherine 180; Charles 180; Henrietta (nee Whitear) 180-1 &healers (? Sheehan), Jeremiah 159 Sheehan, Anne 144; Jeremiah 144, ? 159 Sheenan, Derry 159 Sheldon, Anastasia (nee Smith) 6n; Edward 2*, 6, 6n, 7, 25, 68; Francis 184; Mrs. 184; William 6n, 63 Shelley, John 172 Shepherd, Anne (Mrs. Guppy) 111, 112; Misses 92; Mrs. 91* Shepperd (Sheppard), Mr. (? priest) 26, 65, 67*, 68-71 Sherfield English (Hants) (Shirefield, Sherwell, Shernill, Shervile) 3*-7*, 9, 169, 172; Manor of 3, 4*, 6n Shipley (Oxon.) 126 Short, Anne (Mrs. Ennis) 112; family 3; Fund 3, 25, 67-9, 71-4, 78f!:, 79*, 81* 85 Sho~ten, Kieran (priest), Ord . Cist. 129 Shrewsbury, Earl of 181; Lord 181; Mary, Countess of 179, 182 Shropshire (Salop) 174 Sientenoy, Joanna Catherine (Mrs. Joris) 124 Siirewast, Margaret de (Mrs. Tichborne) 168; Roger de 168 Silkstead (Hants), School at 2, 22n Silvester, Charlotte 181 Sims, Mrs. (2 0 Mrs. Vorman) 91* Sinnott, James 11 0, 11 7; Margaret (nee Sinnott) 109, 110; Richard 110* Slade(s), Andrew 152, 155; Anne 155; Bernard 135; Caroline (nee Coombs)


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INDEX

134, 135; Charlotte (? Caroline) (nee Coombs) 135, 160, 161*, 162, 165; Frances (Mrs. Galton) 161; Jane 156, 159, 160; Louis (Lewis, Aloysius, Ludovicus) 135, 150, 151*, 152, 153, 156*, 157*, 158, 159*, 160, 161*, 162, 165, 167; Louis Aloysius 150; Mary 135, 152, 159*, 160*; Mary Anne 155; Teresa (Mrs. Coombs) 134; William 137; - - 153, 154 Slater, Eleanor 106; John 108; Margaret (nee McDonnell) 106*, 108; Mary Anne 106, 108; Peter 106* Slindon (Sussex) 4 Smith, Anastasia (Mrs. Sheldon) 6n; Anne 149, 178; Ann Mary (Mrs. Devereux) 140*; Bartholomew 4*; Benjamin 85; Bridget (Hanley; Mrs. Barton) 178*, 179, 180"', 182; Edward 150; Frances (Mrs. Kearnan) 109; Frances (Mrs. Wells) 2*, 3, 6n, 25, 27, 28, 31, 54, 60, 68*-71; James 166; James, Bishop of Callipolis, V.A. Northern District 20, 21n; John 140; Margaret (Mrs. Tichborne) 4; Mary 150; Mr. 184*; Mrs. 162; Sarah 140; William 4 Smyth, Robert (priest), Ord. Cist. 129 Snook (Snouk) (? Snooky), Anne (Mrs.) 154*; Henry Richard 154; Mrs. 165; Richard 154* Soberton (Rants) 124 Society of Jesus 5*, 122, 123*, 123n, 126*, 127*, 173, 176; Belgian Province 124; English Province 125 Soho 98 Somerneld, alias of Henry Holland 7* Somerford Grange, nr. Christchurch 99>!<

Somerset 56n Sopl(e)y (Hants) 55, 55n, 58n, 61n, 87*, 89*, 90, 90n, 93*, 93n*, 94*, 94n, 95*-7*, 102*, 103*, 115*, 117, 11~ 118n, 120, 122*, 127*, 143*;

Churchyard ll8; Rector of 90

Southampton (Southton) on, 57*, 58, 61, 9In, 93, 93n"', 98*, 99*, 106, 125; All Saints' 90n*; Corporation of 90n; County of 88, 102, 103*, ll6; Register 98 Southbourne, Bournemouth 126; St. Peter's School at 126 Southend, Soberton (Hants) 5, 124 Southey, The Poet 92 Southhill, Chorley 126, 127 South Warnborough (Rants) 169 Southworth, Richard (priest) 3, 80, 81*, 175 Spain, George (priest) 105 Spark(e)s, Ambrose 114, 132*, 134; Barbara 132, 134; Basil 132, 134; . Elizabeth (nee Blacklock) 104*, 118,'

133, 134; George 104*, 118, 132, 134*; James 132*, 134; Joanna (nee Burn) 132*, 133-5; John 131, 132*, 133, 135; Joseph 130, 133; Joseph Robert 104; Mary ll4, 130, 132*, 133, 135; Richard 135*; Thomas 130, 132*, 133, 135*; William 135 Spearing, Mr. 2, 41*, 46, 51 , 52*, 54, 68* Spencer, Richard (R.S.) 2*, 8n*, 42* 43* 44 46 47'" 83 84"'¡ his Fu~d (R'.S.) '2*, 24, 25*, 41, 42-50; Mrs. 43, 44 Spetisbury 128 Spicer, John 99 Spillane, Daniel (priest) 176 Springfield House, Avon (Hants) 93n, 94, 94n

StaHord, Charles (priest), S.J., alias Hills 123; Miss (Mrs. White Lacy) 91n, 12On; Mr. 23; John 9In Standon Lordship, School at 124* Stapehill (Dorset) 87, 90n, 94, 95*, 95n, 97*, 97n, 115, 1I9n, 122*, 124, 125*-130"', 134, 167; Church at 166; Holy Cross Abbey 122, 126-8, 135n, Rt. Rev. Lady Abbess of 122 ; "Pilgrimage," The 127 Stapleford (Wilts.) 87n Stapleton, Joseph (priest) 97, 98*, 105* 106* 106n* 107* 107n Steer: (nee Biddlec~mbe) 91-2, 92n, 115, 120n Steptoe, family 90*, 9On; John 90. 9On; -'s Charity 90n Stockbridge (Hants) 6, 6n Stockwell, Benjamin 88 Stoke Charity 171 Stone, Elizabeth (Mrs. Bartlet) 13S. 139*-142 Stone-Easton (Somerset) 56n Stonor, Charles 186, 186n, 189; Mary (nee Biddulph) 186n; Mrs. 189; Mrs. John 183. 190; Thomas 18Bn Stonyhurst College 169 StOUf, River 122* Stourton, Catherine III Stout, Sarah 150 Strangemoore, James 150*, 156*, 157*. 158, 160*, 162 Streatley (Berks.) 87n St(r)ic(k)land, Bridget 148*; Caroline 155*; Elizabeth 150; Elizabeth Mary 153; Emma Anne 150; George 166*; Joanna (nee Adams) 166; Luke 153, 158, 163; L. 165, 166; Mary 166, 167; Mary Anne (nee Perkins) 153, 158, 159,167; Mary Julia Anne 158; Mary Teresa 148; William 148*, 150 Stuart, Miss (Mrs. Moore) 157; --157 Stubbington, James 176, 178; John 178; Martha (Mrs.) 178

KittY


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INDEX

Studland 12]

Sturdy, Elizabeth (Mrs. Tichborne) 5n Stuttard, Richard 85 Styles, Joseph (priest) 176 Sullivan, Denis 180; Catherine (nee Barrett) 180; Mary 108, 180; Mary (Mrs. Ash) 110-13; Mary (Mrs. Gallavan) 108 Supple, Margaret 109, 110; Mary (nee Walsh) 110; Thomas 110; William 109, lIO Surrey 8, 177 Sussex 4, 5n, 19, 89n*, 122,126*,170; District of 19 Sutton, see under Bishops Sutton Sutton, Mr. ] 83* Sween(e)y, Catherine 108; Mary (nee McGinley) 107*, 108"'; Mary 107; Patrick 107*, 108*. U8 Tadford (Hants) 88n Talbot, Bertram Arthur 179. lSI *. 182; Bishop James 7, 61*, 61n, 62, 70, 74- 6, 77*, 78. 93n, 183*; Charles Thomas 179*, 182; Julie or Juliana (nee Tichborne) 179*, 182; Mary Annett 179; Thomas (later Bishop) 60, 64, 64n; Thomas (priest). S.J., alias Mansell 123 Tancrect, Martha 159 Tarrant, Betty (Mrs. Gannaway) 121 Tasburgh, Ann (nee Tichborne) 17]; Charles 171 Tatchel, John William 161; Mary Anne (nee Dewey) 161; William Henry 161 Taunton (Somerset) 97 Ta wstock -Court, BarnstapIe III n Taylo(u)r, Augustine (priest) 2n. 18; Constance (Mrs.) 19; John, alias of Robinson (priest), S.J. 125 Telmessus, Bishop of 134n Tempest, family 172; Michael 173; Robert (priest), S.J., D.D. 172, 173, 173n; Robert (priest), D.C.L. 172, 173, 173n; Thomas 173; William 173 TelTill, alias of Fr. Anthony Bonville, S.}t 123 Tettersall, Ann (nee Wells; 1 0 Mrs. Perkins) 87n; Catherine 87n; Edward 87n; George 87n; Mr. 87, 87n, his wife 87n, 88 Thaddeus, Father, O.S.F. 173, 174*,

175 Thomas, Catherine (nee Hearne) Ill, 112; Eliza 155; Helen James 110*; Mary Caroline Sarah Alice Ill; Thomas William James 110 Thomasse, Joseph 113 'l'horiallJ (France) 125

llO'" 110 155 155

Thorne. James 92 Thorneburye, Giles 3 Throckmorton, Mrs. 184 'l'hruxton (Hants) 21, 21n Tichborne Family, Agatha (Tis ted) 168; Alice (Tisted) 168; Ambrose 169; Amphyllis (Lady T., 1st Bart's wife, nee Weston) 170; AmphyUis (Mrs. Gratwick) 170, 171n; Anne (Mrs. Brock; 20 Lady Timperley) 7,8, 170; Ann (Mrs. Beconsawe) 16\1; Ann (Mrs. Tasburgh) 171; Anne (Lady T., 8th Bart's wife, nee Burke) 183, 185, 187*; Ann (nee Mervyn) 168; Ann (nee ':vhite) 169*; Bartholomew 169; Benjamin 4, 5, 5n, 168-170*, 170n, 171n; Benjamin Edmund 183, 190; Catherine 185; Catherine Frances 185; Chideock 168; Compton 170; Constance (Mrs. Knight) 169; Dorothy 169*; Edward 190; Eliza Anne 185; Eliza Charlotte 184; Elizabeth (Lady Dormer) 178, 181; Elizabeth (Mrs. Phelyps) 171, 171n; Eliza.beth (Mrs. Owen) 170, 171n; Elizabeth (nee Compton) 170; Elizabeth (Lady T ., 7th Bart's wife, nee Plowden) 171, 177*, 177n, 183, 183n, 187n, 188; Elizabeth (nee Rythe) 169*, 169n; Elizabeth (nee Sturdy) 5n; Ellen (nee White) 170, 171; family 87, 90,' 169n; Frances Catherine (Lady Arundel]) 180, 188; Francis 4*, 4n, 169 01c , 170; George 177, 184, 185, 187, 187n; Gilbert 169, 170*, 171, 171n; Gilbert's sister (Cornwallis) 171n; Henry (of Longwood) 7n, 168; Henry (of Sherfield) 3, 4*; Jane (Mrs. Yate) 169; Jerome 169, 170*; Joan 169; John 168*,171; John de 168*; John junr. (priest), S.J. 5; John Michael 177, 184, 187; Joseph 4, 5; Juliana 185 ; Juliana (Mrs. Cresswell) 169 ; Julie or Juliana (Mrs. Talbot) 179*, 182; Juliana (nee Fenrother) 169; Lady 189; Lady (Dowager) 183, 190; Lionel (of Sherfield English) 3*, 4n, 169; Lucy 185; Lucy Mary 184*; Mabel (Mrs. Beard) 169; Mabel (nee de Limerstone) 168; Mabilla (Lady) 168; Margaret 169; Margaret (Lady) 170"'; Margaret (nee de Sifrewast) 168; ? Margaret (nee Martin) 168; Margaret (nee Smith) 4; Martin 169; Mary 185, 187; Mary Agatha 186, 189; Mary Barbara 184; Mary (Lady T., 3rd Bart's wife, nee Arundell) 171; Mary (Lady T., 6th Bart's wife, nee Blount) 171, 186n, 187, 187n; Mary (Lady T., 4th Bart's wife, nee Kempe) 186, 186n"'; Mary (nee White, wife of Sir Walter) 170;


INDEX

Mary Agnes (Mrs. Blount) 186, 186n*, 187, 187n, 189; Mary Catherine (of Sherfield, nee Kempe), O.S.B. 4*; Mary Magdalen (of Sherfield, nee Roper) 4, 5; Michael 4*, 5; Michael I (priest), S.J. 5*; Michael II (priest), S.J. 5n; Mr. 5*,172; Mrs. 4, 5*,170, 172; :lIfrs. Robert 181n, 182; Nicholas IGS; Nicholas (of Hartley Maudit) 3*, 4n, 169*; Peter (of Portchester) 3, 7*, 7n*, 169; Richard 168, 170*, 171, 171n; Roger 4*, 4n, 169; Roger I(obert 184; Simon 4!*; Sir Benjamin, 1st Bart. 8, 170*, 170n, 171; Sir Benjamin (son of 1st Bart.) 170, 171n* ; Sir Edward, 9th Bart. 183, 183n; Sir Henry, 3rd Bart. (m. Lady Mary Arundell) 19, 169'::, 169n, 170, 171*,173*,174; Sir Henry, 6th Bart. (m. Mary Blount) 56, 170, 171, 175, 185, 185n, 186, 186n; Sir Henry, 7th Bart. (m. Elizabeth Plowden) 171, 177*, 183*, 183n, 187, 187n; Sir Henry (son of 1st Bart.) 170*, 17ln; Sir Henry Joseph, 4th Bart. (m. Mary Kempe) 171*, 174, 185, IS5n, IS6"n; Sir Henry Joseph, Sth Bart. (m. Anne Burke) 17S, 179, ISI3, 183n, lS5, 189; Sir James Francis, 10th Bart. IS4, 190; Sir John 168; Sir John Hermenegild (priest), S.J., 5th Bart. 5, 171 *; Sir Richard, 2nd Bart. 7n, 1.71, 171n"'; Sir Walter (son of 1st Bart.) 170'::, 171, 171n*; Rebecca lSI; Susan (2nd Bart's 2nd wife, nee WaDer) 171; Susan 1711'1,*; Thomas 168* ; Ven. Thomas 168; William 4*, 5*, 23, 168, -169 Tichborne House (Hants) 4, 71'1" 56, SOn, 99, ll2, 168*, 172, 1721'1" 173*5*, 176, 177, 181, 182, 183*; church 169,172*; Dole 168, 173; Parish 177*; Register 175n, 176 Tilbourg (painter) 173 Tilling, Thomas (priest) 164 Tilt, John (priest) 176 Timperley, Lady Ann (nee Tichborne; 10 Mrs. Brock) 7, 8, 170; Sir Thomas 17On, 17ln Tisted, Agatha (Mrs. Tichborne) 168; Alice (Mrs. Tichborne) 168 Titheridge, - - (a cook) 182 Tobin, Patrick (priest) 129 ToHrey (Cornwall) 123 Tommins, Robert (priest) 6*, 65, 651'1" 67*-72*, 73, 74* Toms, Anne 137*

Tor Abbey 561'1" 128 Totford 169n, 171, 17ln Toulon 100* Tour de Ville (France) 124 Tours 184

211

Towers, Richard (priest), O.S.B. 125 Towneley, Mrs. 184 Trachonitis, Bishop of 64n Trappes-Lomax, Michael 169n Trevis family 94 Trim, John 137, 138; Mary 138 Trinder, Frances (Mrs. Betts) In; Sergeant I Trowbridge. Elizabeth 105* ; Mary 105 Trumble, John (priest) 176 Tubbs (Tobs), Anne (Mrs. 'Willis) 136, 138-140, 141*; Elizabeth 145; Elizabeth (Mrs.) 145; Elizabeth (nee Brown) 131"'; Frances 133; Henry 131, 134, 145; Henry Thomas 145; John 145*; Thomas 132, 134, 145, 166; Sarah (nee Colin) 145*; WilIiam 131*, 133; - - 139 Tuck, John 177 Tuite, Mr. N. (? priest) 64 Tul(c)k, James 132, 134*; Mary 132, 134, 135* Tuller, see under Pullen Turner, Anne Elizabeth 138; Charles 112; David 140; Drew 171n; Elizabeth 139, 143; Elizabeth (nee Meaby) 137, 138*, 139, 140; Elizabeth Emily 112; Eliza (nee Halley) ll2; Francis 137, 138*, 139, 140; Francis Thomas 138; Mary 139; Teresa Mary 137 Twyford (Hants), School at 1*, In, 89n, Rules of 9n Tyburn 7n Ufton Court (Berks.) 87n, 88, 88n, 89n, 186n Upham (Hants) 7*, 70, 71, 74:, 75*, 76, 77, 78*, 79, 80*, 81*, 83*; see also Bishop'S Waltham and Longwood Uphusborn (Hurstbourne Tarrant) CHants) 6 Upsall (Yorkshire) Castle 126 Upsall, Valentine, alias of John Robinson (priest), S. J. 125 Vaillant, Joseph 101; Yves 101 Valladolid, English College at 4n*, 96 Valognes (France) 125 Van Doorne, Henry Charles Everest (priest) 94 Van(n)ar (Vanner), Ann 139*, 140, 142; Caroline 142; Charles 143 ; Cornelius 140; Lidwine (? Lydia) 140, 142; Lydia (nee Lockyer) 143; Mary (Mrs. Frampton) 137, 139*; Richard 139"', 140, 142; William 140, 142, 143 Van Beeth, Bernard (priest) 99, ll3 Vasseur, Mary Anne Caroline Aglae 100*; Pierre 100*; Rose (nee Bossier) 100¡


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INDEX

Vaudry, John, alias More (priest), S.J. 5*

Vaughan, VVilliam, Bishop of Plymouth 167

Vaux, Laurence (priest), C.R.A. 170* Veal, Hannah (nee Saunders) 121; John 121

Velore (East Indies) 184 Vernon Hall School (Liverpool) 184, 185

Viel, Abbe Gilles 95, 951-:, 97*, 971'1" 103* 127

Vie~e . (France), Diocese of 100 ; Parish of St. 1arcellin 100

Vincent, Elizabeth (Mrs. Payne) 158; Sarah (Mrs. White) 180

.

Vine, Charles 157; Helen iary 157 Viney family 95 Vorman, family 91"'; l'IIr. 91*; Mrs. (1 0 Mrs. Sims) 91*

Walcot(t), Admiral 92; Mr. 95 Wald, Sarah (Mrs. Din) 105 Wales 20 'Waller, Charity (Mrs. Phelyps) 17ln; Sir William 171n; Susan (2nd Lady Tichborne) 171; vVilliam 171 Walmesley, William (priest), O.S.B. 80, 8012, 184

Walsh, David (priest), Ord. Cist. 129; Francis (priest), Ord. Cist. 128; Mary (Mrs. Supple) 110; Thomas (priest) 74, 74n

Waltham. see ztnder Bishop's Waltham Walton. Bishop William, Vic. Ap. Northern Dist. 64n; Mr. (priest) ] 9 ; Mr. (? William) (priest) 64, 64n Wappenbury 127 Ward, John (priest) 18*, 19, 174 Wardour (Castle) 87, '89*, 1191'1" 125, 127, 128, 188; Thomas, 1st Baron of 171 Ware (Hertfordshire) 1, 23, 23n, 98 War(e)ham, Ellis (priest) 2'n; Helen (Mrs.) 157; John 157*, 165 Warkworth Manor (Oxon.) 6n, 9 Warner, Rev. Richard 92 Warren, The 176 Waterman, Emma 165; Mary Jane (Mrs. Butt) 144, 165* Waters, Elizabeth (Mrs. Perkins) 121 Watselivig, Joseph 138*; :\fargaret 138 Watten, Flanders 5, 123 Weale~ Francis L. (priest) 176 Webb, Father (priest) 123; Thomas (priest), S.J. 123 Webb(e), Barbara (m. Ashley), 5th Countess of Shaftesbury 124, 125; family 87, 123; Lady Mary (nee Caryll) 12612; Mary 105; Sir John

89*, 92, 93n*, 94*, 122, 124, 126n; Sir John, 3rd Bart. 187n; Sir John, 5th Bart. 96; Sir Thomas, 6th Bart. 94, 96; vVinifred (Lady Hales) 187n Welch, Patrick 180 Weld, Cardinal 92, 115; Caroline 111; Caroline Philomena 111; Edward 111 *; family 92; Helen (nee Wrey) lIP; Reginald Joseph 111; Thomas 127 Weld-Blundell, Thomas 111 Weldon, Dom., O.S.B. 8* Wellesly, Mary, Iarchloness of 179 Wells, Alexander 2, 6n; Ann (Mrs. Perkins; 2 0 Mrs. Tettersall) 87n; Blessed Swithun 87n, 88, 88n; Frances (nee Smith) 2*, 3, 612, 25, 27, 28, 31, 54, 60, 68'!'-71; Henry 121; Mary (nee Hart) 121; Mary (Mrs. Holman) 6n, 91'1, West BUl'iton (Hants) 17ln West (e) , Elise Lydia (Elizabeth) (Mrs. Dove) 157, 160; Frances Mary 155; Mary 154, 155; Mary Anne 154; Mrs. O'Y Miss 163; Thomas 154, 155 Western District, The 87; Vicar Apostolic of 21n, ] 30n

Westminster 57n Westmorland 221'1, Weston, Amphyllis (1st Lady Tichborne) 170; Lord Chief Baron 170 Westover CHants), Liberty of 88 West Tisted, Church 170; Dower House 172; Manor of 168, 169n, 172 Weymouth 128, 164 Whale, Lucy 112 Whatcombe (Berks.) 6n Wheble, James 114, 117; Mary (Mrs.) 114, 115, 117 Whitchurch (Hants) 6 White t Ann (Mrs. Tichborne) 169>!<; Anne 152* ; Benjamin, alias of Bishop Petre 27,51*,52; Cecily Mary 153*; Elizabeth 90, 119, 1191'1,; Ellen (Lady Tichborne) 170, 171 ; family 90* ; Giles (priest) 172n* ; James 152*, 153, 154, 156; Jane (Mrs. Carroll) 143, 144*; John 144; John, Bishop 170; Margaret 120, 154; Mary 119n; Mary (Lady Tichborne) 170 ; Mary Anne 153, 154, 156; Mr. 5; (Miss) 156; Richard 89, 90,119*,1191'1,,120*,170; Robert 169; Sarah (nee Vincent) 180 ; Simon 89; Thomas 180; White's House, Sopley 94; William 118, 180 Whitear, Henrietta (Mrs. Shawyer) 180-1; - - 181n, 182 Wick, Christchurch (Rants) 89, 94 Wilkinson, Cath erine (Mrs. Greenwell) 96 Wilks, Rev. T. C. 1711'1" 172 Willacy, James (priest) 124*, 124n


lNDEX

William the Conqueror 92 Willis, Anne 136; Anne (nee Tubbs) 136, 138-140, 141"'; Catherine 141; Edward 150; Eliza l48, 162, 166; Elizabeth 138, 140; Elizabtth Mary 151; Frances 139; Frances (Mrs. Gubbins) 149, 154, 157, 159*, 161; Henry 148, 150, 151, 157; Henry Thomas 140; Jacob or James 136, 139, 140, 141*, 150; ~r. 94; Mary 150; Mary (Mrs. James) llO, lll, 158, 161, 164; ? Thaurer (nee Gobin) 148, 150, 151 Wills, Eiizabeth 165, 166; Jemima Mary (Mrs. ? Fougone) 145, 166; Mary Joseph Louisa 167; Mrs. 165; - - 166 . Wilmot(t), Mary ll5; Mrs. 94 Wilson, Nicholas (priest) 18, 22 Wiltshire (Wilts.) 5n, 87, 87n, 122 Wimborne (Dorset) ll5, 122'~ , 164 Winchester (Winton) I, 2*, 3, 4n, 6, 7*, 7n, 9, 27, 31, 34, 46, 51, 54, 62, 63, 69, 70, 72, 74, 77, 88, 88n, 94n, 125, 168, 171n, 172, 172n, 173, 178, 184*, 186n; Castle 171; Cathedral I7ln*; Clergy Library 2*; Diocese of 4n; Franciscan Nuns at 125; Funds 64, 74, 75, 76*, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82; Incumbent of 2*, 6, 27, 34, 42, 69; Poor Fund 2, 24, 25*, 27, 28, 34-42, 43*-49* 64* 66 70* 71* 74 75* 77*-81 83*, '84* ; Pres'byte;y Library 9n; St. james's Cemetery 2, 3, 8, 9, 47, 47n, 76,88,89, ll9n, 173, 175; St. James's Chapel 17ln; St. Mary's Abbey 168; St. Michael's in the Soke H8n; St. Peter House (Presbytery, S.P.) 1, 9n, 24*, 25-28, 30, 31*, 33*, 41 4'> 51 52*-4* 57 62 63* 68*70*, 72, 73*, 74, 75*, '76-8: 82*84*, 84n, I86n; Register 2, 92n; Soke, The 4; Winnall 171 n Windsor (Berks.) 95n Wine, John I71n

*:

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213

Wing, ~ary (Mrs. Perkins) 120 Winkton (Hants) 18*, 22n, 87, 88*, 88n, 89*, 89n, 95, 96; Manor House ("Akers ") 89n Winsley, Elizabeth (nee Calnan) 144, 159; Mary 159; Richard 144, 159 Wisbech 712 Wood, Anne 107; Anne (nee McBane) 107; Michael 107 Woodiate, William (priest) 2n Woo!frey, William (Fr. Odillon), Ord. Cist. 128 Woolwich 183 Worcester, Diocese of 7n Worksop 84 Worthington, Thomas (priest), S.J. , D.D. 173 Wortley . Hon. ~rs. 98n* Wrey, BouchieI' llI; H elen (Mrs. Weld) Ill* Wright, Anthony 189; Christopher (priest) 124 Wright & Co., Bankers ll6; Mr., Banker 174 Wriothesley 169 Wycliffe Hall 184* Wyke, Mr. 26*, 27*, 28, 36*, 41-3, 50 5F 52* 53'"

Wyse, john '(priest) 176 Yate, Francis 169; Jane (nee Tichborne) 169 Yelverton, see u nder Everton; H ouse 92

Yeovil 72 Yeovilton, see under Everton York, Diocese of 2212 YOl'kshire 126* Young, Eleanor 88; family 61t ; Mr. 6, 6n; Simon 88; William (priest) 128, 129, 158

Yo(u)ng(e}, alias of Ven. John Adams 7*

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