Pew lists, St Mary Colechurch
1628

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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People in Place project

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2011

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'Pew lists, St Mary Colechurch: 1628', St Mary Colechurch: vestry minutes: 1613-72 (2011). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=118336 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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1628

Female Male
fol. 175v: 1628 Weomens Pewes as they doe sitt fol. 175: Abraham Webb Hugh Ingram Churchwardens 1628 The Order and sitting in the Church as they were placed 25 December 1628 by the churchwardens Mens Pewes
1: Slater
1: Cowdall
1: Bunnell
2: Slater
2: Noake
2: Lutterford
2: Binckes
3: Shambrooke
3: Fulcher
3: Towes
3: Phillipps
4: Fulcher
4: Foster
4: Mannering
4: Box
4: Mudforde
5: Lawrence
5: Webb
5: Ingram
5: Homewood
6: Chapman
6: Basse
6: Jeanes
6: Dodd
7: Wilson
7: Pitchforke
7: Dudly
7: Clack
8: Borne (fn. 1)
9: Baron
9: Grigson
9: Reynolds
10: "the glasiers wif"
10: "the box makers wife"
10: "the taylers wife"
10: "the pewterers wife"
1: Bishop
1: Slater
2: Vaughan
2: Pickeringe
2: Bunnell
2: Noake
3: Binckes
3: Shambrooke
3: Fulcher
3: Towes
4: Barber
4: Manneringe
4: Box
5: Webb
5: Ingram
6: Mudforde
7: Lawrence
8: Homewood
9: Chapman
10: Basse
10: Pitchforde
11: Pratt
11: Beholt
12: Brewerton
12: Wilson
13: Utber
13: Burgis
14: Jeanes
14: Dudly
15: Laremore "& his partner"
16: Clapper
16: Clarke
17: Bacon "& his partner"
17: Grigson
18: Malbone
18: Reynolds
19: Sly "& his partner"
20: Taylor
20: Deardes
21: Freeman
21: Doyly

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1 "& her was left places for the Sydmens wives when they are maried"