Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century, Volume 5

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Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009 - 770 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1822 Excerpt: ... PEDIGREE of BARKER. Christopher Barker, Printer to Queen Elizabeth, by Pat. 28 Sept. 19 Eliz. d'd Nov. 29, Anno 1599, aged 70 years.-r Rachel, dau. of William Day, Provost of Eaton, Dean=?= Robert Barker of Southley, or South Lee, in co ==Aime, dau. of Cage of r f Windior, and afterwards Bishop of Winchester. I Bucks, Esq. was Printer to King James. London, 2d wife. -. _ Matthew BarkeCr=Alice, dau. of of London, gent. 1 Robert A me i i.. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Barker, the King's Printer, was married to Toby Wood, of Low-Layton, in co. Essex, Esq. one of his Majesties Wardens for the forest of Waltbam, who was living Anno 1634. Agatha, married to John Legat of London, Printer. Su sanna, mar. to Clement Harby, of London eldest son to, living Anno 1634; May 8,1635, King's Printer with his Father, died 1636. Christopher Barker, about 13 years old, Anno 1634. Ann, eldest daughter, mar. to of Ireland. T dau. of Bonham Norton, of London. Rachel, 2nd daughter, mar. to George Antrobus, of London, woollen-draper. I I I Robert Barker, the se-cond sonf. Francis Barker, fourth son. Charles Barker, 3d son, mar. Elizabeth, dau of Nicholas Cage, of London. =j= 1--1--I 1. Charles. S. John. rie, of Chester, the relict of Tilney Couch man, of Cranbrook, in Kent. John Barker, aged about 3 months Anno 1634. c. 26, 8. b. 9. b. This entry was made by Christopher Barker, who attested the truth thereof, under his hand, (Signed) C--. B--k--. c. 24. 446. a. This entry was made by Matliew Barker, who attested the truth hereof, under bis hand. (Signed) M----B------ This Anne was rather (as I conceive) daughter of Toby Wood, of the Minories, without Aldgate, London, and relict of Nicholas Cage of London, who d'd Anno 1607. She died Feb. 7, 1632. f Robert Barker, to whom King James, an...

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