The English Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin, of Hartford, Ct., 1638: Their Homes and Parish Churches

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Priv. print [T. R. Marvin & son, printers], 1900 - 184 pages
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Page 24 - Saturday next after the Feast of the Nativity of the blessed Virgin Mary, in the 6th year of the reign of Richard 2nd, 1383.
Page 120 - God for it, do make This my last will & Testament, In manner & Forme Following...
Page 33 - C. is expressed technically as 'tenure by copy of court-roll, at the will of the lord, according to the custom of the manor." This means, that it is tenure of land, being part of a manor, the title being evidenced by the courtrolls of the manor, and the right of the owner being in conformity with the immemorial customs of the manor. The addition,
Page 159 - ... weeks three days, and lost not one beast or sheep. Here arrived also, the same day, the James, a ship of three hundred tons, with cattle and passengers, which came all safe from Southampton within the same time. Mr. Graves was master, who had come every year for these seven years. 7. The Lord's day there came in seven other ships, and one to Salem, and four more to the mouth of the bay, with store of passengers and cattle.
Page 21 - Accordingly on the Sunday after the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary...
Page 78 - John the elder." WILL OF RAYNOLD MARVEN.* 3Fn t&e name of goto Stmen in the xxij Day of December in the yere of our Lorde God 1554 I Raynold Marven of Ramsey in the countey of essex yeman of hole mynde & good Remembranc do make and ordayne thys my last wyll & testament after thys forme folowyng fyrst I bequeth my Soule to Almyghtye god my maker & my body to be buryed in the churche of Saynt Myghell the Arcangell of Ramsey Item I gyve unto Johan my wyfe all my howses & landes for terme of her lyfe...
Page 92 - Comptte) the fourteenth daie of Augufte in the twoe and fourtith yeare of the Raigne of our Soueraigne Ladye Elizabeth by the grace of God of England ffrance and Ireland Queene Defend™ of the faith &c Robert Vigerous of Langham in the Countye of Effex Efqr aged f ourtye feauen yeares or thereabouts fworne and examined saieth as followeth. vidz'./ 1./ To the firfte Interrogatory this Depon...
Page 114 - Causse to by payed unto the fornamed margrett my wiffc or to hcicr assignes in manor & fforme above declared that then I well that this presente gefte of all my forenamed Howsses & Lands called Edons alles Draybrockes & ij Croftes of Land called Harttes & Brockenheddes to be utterley voyde & of none effect to heme & to his heiers But then I welle & bequethe all my fornamed Howsses & Landes unto Renowlde my sonne & to his heiers & he & his heiers or assignes to perfforme this my gefte of Sexe powndes...
Page 148 - Ship Money tax" in 1637. In the printed volume entitled "Calendar of State Papers, Domestic, Charles I, 1637," pp. 177-8, is an account of a manuscript volume (CCCLVIII) in the Public Record Office, of 164 pages, entitled "Essex Ship Money...
Page 160 - bounded east by Town's Highway, west by Daniel Kellogg's home-lot, north by Thomas Fitch's homelot, and south by Meeting-house yard and the home-lot of his son Matthew, Jr.

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