The Visitation of the County of Kent, Taken in the Year 1619 by John Philipott, Rouge Dragon, Deputy and Assistant to William Camden, Calrencieux King-of-Arms

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John Edward Taylor, 1863 - Heraldry - 136 pages
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Page 2 - Armes of the South-east and West parts of this Realme of England, from the River of Trent southwards, send greeting in our Lord God everlasting. Among many and sundry monuments...
Page 101 - ... line, these months I shall be able to play in Dublin with you — So that the whole of the year will be occupied systematically. I shall have the benefit cf a good air, the benefit of campaigning, and, above all, the profits of a good farm, beside a nest egg for my family, whenever it shall please God to take me out of this world. " Now, Sir, this is my plan : what do you think of it?
Page 62 - In the year 1725 he was made one of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, and in 1727 was advanced to the board of treasury, both which honourable appointments he executed with diligence, Integrity, and Judgement.
Page 90 - Julv. 1627. Ann ye wife of Nieholas Deering gent. ye 2 of September. 1627. Frannees ye danghter of Fineh Deering gent, ye 13th of September. 1632. Thomas ye son of Brent Deering gent. ye 15 of Oetober. 1637. Anthony the sonn of Brent Dering gent. ye viij of Mareh.
Page 89 - Jgentl. ye 5th of July. Frannees ye danghter of John Deering ge.t. ye 22 Jan. Katheryne ye danghter of John Deering gent, ye 2 of January. Christopher ye son of John Deering gent, ye 8th of August. Edward ye son of John Deering gent. ye 28th of July. Mary ye danghter of Brent Deering gent, ye 20th of Novemb. Ann ye d ¿aghter of Brent Heering Xnt.
Page 88 - Mary bin wife was baptized June 8. Cecelia daughter of Sr. Edward Dering Bart, and the Lady Dering was baptised Janry. 3. Thomas son of Sir Edward Dering Bart. ft Mary his wife was baptized Janry. 7. Elizabe'th daughter of Sir Edward Dering Baronet and Deborah his lady wu bapt.
Page 103 - Deeringe my sonnes. Speaks of wife living. Marke Deeringe my sonne. Thomazine Deereinge my wife extrix. Prov. 29 Oet. 1660 by oath of Thomazine Deeringe reliet. Maria Dering 24 Jan. 1662-3 (Admon. 2) e'nt eomo. Margarets? Pym als Dering fllia n'rali et Itimas Mario) Dering nup. de Civitate Kofl'en in eom. Cantii vid. deft».
Page 32 - ... posterity, to vse, beare, and shew forth, in all lawfull and warlike manner or civill vse and exercise, such as by the Lawes of Armes and Customes of Cuntryes to gent
Page 103 - Ellinor my wife th* tenement wherein Jane Payne my mother now liveth. Elizabeth Collier my sister 26 May 1651. Prov. 29 Ap. 1657. Adm. to Eliz. Collier sister.
Page 103 - Pluckley deceased. (Ruthen 503.) My body to be bu. by my deare husb. I give to Sir Edward Deeringe Barronett my grandchild my great fine chest given mee by my sonne Eobt.

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