Particulars from the Process Book
1631-41

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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John Cordy Jeaffreson (editor)

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1888

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128-159

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'Particulars from the Process Book: 1631-41', Middlesex county records: Volume 3: 1625-67 (1888), pp. 128-159. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66043 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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PARTICULARS TAKEN FROM PROCESS BOOK OF IN DICTMENTS,

FROM 6 OCTOBER, 7 CHARLES I., TO 4 DECEMBER, 16 CHARLES I.:—The Fragmentary and only Process Book of that King's Time.

1631-41

6 October, 7 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster. Edward Verney gentleman, James Barker yoman, his wife Anne Barker, and Florence wife of George Edwards yoman, all four of Cowcrosse; William Eares yoman, Thomas Blague yoman, Mary Oliver widow, Alice Cash widow, Roger Coram yoman, Philip Avery gentleman, Andrew White chandler, and Katherine Brocke widow, all eight of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; David East yoman, Thomas Reeve yoman, Nicholas Brand yoman, Thomas Prince yoman, all four of St. James's, Clerkenwell; William Dallin yoman, and his wife Mary Dallin, both of Islington; Elizabeth Forman widow, Anne Penvois widow, Thomas Darby tailor, Richard Musdale tailor, Robert Lowe butcher, Bridget Ocley spinster, William Brookes stacioner, Thomas Davies gentleman, and Anne Linsey widow, all nine of Clarkenwell; John Provisor yoman, John Kidney tailor, and Richard Catesby yoman, all three of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields; Sir John Gage knt., William Kempe esq., Joseph Quinton yoman, and Elizabeth Mallory widow, all four of Clarkenwell; Anne Slifeild of Goldinglane widow; James Child of Cowcrosse yoman; John Offeild yoman, his wife . . . . Offeild, William Hufford yoman, and his wife . . . . Hufford, all four of Chauncerylane; Christofer Gibbons of St. Katherin's tailor; Jane Brookes widow, William Skippe yoman, William Capton gentleman, his wife Agnes Capton, James Coleridge yoman, his wife . . . . Coleridge, Mary Yateman widow, Benjamin Gill yoman, William Eckles yoman, John Frankline yoman, his wife Jane Frankline, Edward Frankline yoman, Lucy Sharat widow, William Gibbes yoman, Margaret Baxter . . . ., John Freake yoman, his wife Katherine Freake, William Beswicke yoman, his wife Anne Beswicke, Francis Palmer yoman, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, Francis Robins yoman, Elizabeth Tailor . . . ., Susan wife of Edwin Saul gentleman, John Elmy yoman, his wife Jane Elmy, Anne Darby widow, Thomas Flood yoman, his wife Katherine Flood, John Prynce . . . ., William Mathew yoman, his wife Susan Mathew, John Dame yoman, Clemence Downes widow, Fardinando Emerson yoman, his wife Jane Emerson, Joseph Perkins yoman, Anne wife of Richard Davison, George Matchett yoman, his wife . . . . Matchett, Mary Kempe widow, Francis Richardson yoman, his wife Elizabeth Richardson, Michael Milles yoman, and Anne Barber widow, all forty-five of St. Andrew's, Holborn; Jane wife of Thomas Cole of Heston yoman; John Coggin of New Brainford chandler; and William Coxeworth of Ruislippe yoman,—for Recusancy.

12 January, 7 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Edward Verney gentleman, James Barker yoman, his wife Anne Barker, Florence wife of George Edwards . . . ., all four of Cowcrosse; William Eares yoman, Thomas Blague yoman, Mary Oliver widow, Alice Cash widow, Roger Coram yoman, Philip Avery gentleman, Andrew White chandler, Katherine Brocke widow, all eight of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; David East yoman, Thomas Reeve yoman, Nicholas Brand yoman, Thomas Prince yoman, all four of Clarkenwell; William Dalline yoman, his wife Mary Dalline, both of Islington; Elizabeth Forman widow, Anne Penvois . . . ., Thomas Darby tailor, Richard Musdale tailor, Robert Lowe butcher, Bridget Orley spinster, William Brookes stacioner, Thomas Davies gentleman, Anne Lindsey widow, all nine of Clarkenwell; John Provisor yoman, John Kidney tailor, Richard Catesby yoman, all three of St. Giles's-in-theFields; Sir John Cage knt., William Kempe esq., Joseph Quinton yoman, Elizabeth Mallory widow, all four of Clarkenwell; Anne Slifeild of Goldinglane widow; James Child of Cowcrosse yoman, his wife . . . . Child both of Cowcrosse; John Offeild yoman, his wife . . . . Offeild, William Hufford yoman, his wife . . . . Hufford, all four of Chauncery Lane; Christofer Gibbons of St. Katherin's tailor; Jane Brookes spinster, William Skipp yoman, William Capton gentleman, his wife Agnes Capton, James Coldridge yoman, his wife . . . . Coldridge, Mary Yateman widow, Benjamin Gill yoman, William Eccles yoman, John Franckleine, his wife Jane Franckleine, Edward Franckleine, Lucy Sharratt . . . ., William Gibbes yoman, Margaret Barter . . . ., John Freake yoman, his wife Katherine Freake, William Beswicke yoman, Anne Beswicke his wife, Francis Palmer yoman, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, Francis Robins yoman, Elizabeth Tailer . . . ., Susan wife of Edwin Saul gentleman, John Elmy yoman, his wife Jane Elmy, Anne Darby widow, Thomas Flood yoman, his wife Katherine Flood, Richard Flood yoman, John Prynce . . . ., William Mathew yoman, his wife Susan Mathew, John Dam yoman, Clemence Downes widow, Fardinando Emerson yoman, his wife Jane Emerson, Joseph Perkins yoman, Anne wife of Richard Davison yoman, George Matchett yoman, his wife . . . Matchett, Mary Kempe widow, Francis Richardson yoman, his wife Elizabeth Richardson, Michael Milles yoman, Anne Barber widow, all fortysix of St. Andrew's, Holborn; Jane wife of Thomas Cole of Heston yoman; John Coggin of New Brainford chandler; and William Coxworth of Ruislippe yoman—for not coming to church on the Lord's days.

12 April, 8 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Jane Brookes widow, William Skipp yoman, James Coldridge yoman, his wife Mary Coldridge, Mary Yateman widow, Thomas Franckline yoman, his wife Ellen Franckline, Benjamin Gill yoman, his wife Mary Gill, John Franckline yoman, his wife Jane Franckline, Ellen Knight widow, Lucy Sharratt widow, William Gibbes M.D., John Freake yoman, his wife Katherine Freake, John Swinglehurst yoman, his wife Edith Swinglehurst, William Beswicke yoman, his wife Anne Beswicke, Elizabeth wife of Geary Smithson, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, Francis Robins yoman, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Tailor yoman, Susan wife of Edwin Saul gentleman, Anne Darby widow, Thomas Fludd yoman, his wife Katherine Fludd, William Mathewes yoman, his wife Susan Mathewes, John Dam cutler, Clemence Downes widow, Fardinando Emerson cutler, his wife Jane Emerson, and Anne wife of Richard Davison yoman, all thirty-five of St. Andrew's Holborne; David Pascall yoman, and Margaret Leeland widow, both of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields; John Platt of St. Sepulchre's, London, yoman; William Hudford yoman, his wife . . . . Hudford, John Offeild yoman, and his wife . . . . Offeild, all four of Chauncerylane; John Farmer gentleman, William Salisbury gentleman, Sir John Cage (sic) knt., Joseph Quinton gentleman, Elizabeth Manwaringe widow, Thomas Prince weaver, David East bodymaker, and Robert Gurney printer, all eight of Clarkenwell; Anne Barber widow, Anne Kempe widow, Francis Richardson yoman, and his wife . . . . Richardson, all four of Saffronhill; Dorothy Lee widow, Joan Powell widow, John Chamberlen yoman, William Beckett yoman, Roger Conne gentleman, Andrew White chandler, all six of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; Christofer Gibbons of St. Katherin's tailor; Jane wife of Thomas Cole yoman, and Joan wife of William Cole yoman, both of Heston; Walter Whittocke of Paddington vintner; Hubert Hacon esq., and Dorothy Hacon spinster, both of Kensington,—for Recusancy.

4 October, 8 Charles I.—G. S. P. at Westminster:—William Saunders esq., his wife . . . . Saunders, and . . . . Frier widow, all three of Chiswicke; Edward Jones of Fulham yoman; William Hudsford yoman, his wife . . . . Hudsford, John Offeild gentleman, and his wife . . . . Offeild, all four of Chauncerylane; Lewis Starbolt chandler, William Webb yoman and Mary Olliver widow, all three of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; Arthur Howland yoman, and Henry Clarke yoman, both of Grubstreete; Anne Slifeild widow, and Gregory Elmour yoman, both of Goldinglane; Mary Kempe widow, Anne Barbor widow, and Jane Sime widow, all three of Saffronhill; Joseph Quinton yoman, Katherine Dekins widow, and John Dekins yoman, all three of Clarkenwell; Richard Greenberry gentleman, Walter Hugginson gentleman, Thomas Foster esq., John Hawkins gentleman, Symon Warmington yoman, Thomas Stonust yoman, and William Salisbury yoman, all seven of St. Johnstreete; Jane Brookes widow, William Skippe yoman, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, Francis Robins yoman, James Coldridge yoman, his wife Mary Coldridge, Mary Yateman widow, Benjamin Gill yoman, his wife Mary Gill, John Franckline yoman, his wife Jane Franckline, Susan Strange widow, Lucy Sharrett widow, William Gibbes M.D., Margaret wife of John Barter, John Freake yoman, his wife Katherine Freake, John Swinglehurst yoman, his wife Edith Swinglehurst, William Beswicke yoman, his wife Anne Beswicke, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Tailor yoman, Susan wife of Edwin Saul gentleman, Anne Darby widow, Thomas Fludd yoman, his wife Katherine Fludd, William Mathewes yoman, his wife Susan Mathewes, John Prince goldsmith, John Dam cutler, Clemence Downes widow, Fardinand Emerson yoman, his wife Jane Emerson, Anne wife of Richard Davison yoman, and Elizabeth wife of George Smithson vintner, all thirty-five of High Holborne; and Jane wife of Thomas Cole of Heston yoman,—for Recusancy.

3 December, 8 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Persons to be proceeded against for Recusancy, in not going to church &c., to wit, —Frances wife of Henry Broome late of Houldon co. York yoman, Isabella Lee late of the city of York widow, Anne wife of William Leathly late of Grevelthroope co. York yoman, Mary wife of Leonard Robinson of . . . . co. York gentleman, Walter Grimston late of Gadmadam co. York gentleman, John Plumpton late of Knocton co. York esq., William Munckton late of Burland co. York gentleman, John Dawney late of Potter Brunton co. York gentleman, Anne Toppan late of Agglethrope co. York widow, Rowland Revell late of Stanington co. York yoman, Anne Cholmly late of Fulrice co. York widow, Coulson Farley late of Lebbarston co. York yoman, John Errington late of Yacam co. York esq., Jane Allanson late of Sandhutton co. York widow, William Tockettes of Gisbrough co. York gentleman, Philip Constable late of Everingham co. York gentleman, James Singleton of Markington co. York gentleman, Cuthbert Bulmer late of Straton co. York yoman, William Palmes late of Naborne co. York esq., Alexander Wodka late of the city of York M.D. and his wife Ellen Wodka, Anne Askewe wife of Allan Askewe late of Greenhoe Bottome co. York gentleman, Simon Rider late of Picton co. York yoman, Thomas Lewlin late of Ranfeild co. York gentleman, William Browne late of Killingham co. York yoman, Ursula wife of Thomas Bishopp late of Pocklington co. York gentleman, John Hebden late of Clinte co. York yoman, Mary wife of Stephen Hamerton late of Hellifeild co. York esq., John Fawcett late of Rockliffe co. York yoman, William Lawes late of Rickpeth co. Durham yoman, John Jackson late of Harraton co. Durham gentleman, George Rixon late of Darneton co. Durham yoman and his wife Mary Rixon, Charles Towneley late of Sledwith co. Durham gentleman and his wife Mary Towneley, Fortune Horseley late of Northbiddecke co. Durham spinster, Elizabeth wife of Sir William Selby late of Winlington co. Durham knt., William Selby late of Winlington co. Durham esq., Bely Wickliffe wife of Francis Wickliffe late of Preston co. Durham gentleman, Elinore Orde late of Poovet Castle co. Northumberland spinster, Sir Arthur Grey late of Spindleton co. Northumberland knt., Robert Rookesby late of Newcastle co. Northumberland gentleman, Sir Francis Radcliffe late of Gateside co. Northumberland knt., William Buckle late of Hepscot co. Northumberland yoman, Christofer Gilpin late of Skelesmarth co. Westmoreland yoman, Edward Gilpin late of Skelesmarth co. Westmoreland yoman, Jason Gilpin late of Skelesmarth co. Westmoreland yoman, Charles Saul late of Sallett co. Westmoreland gentleman, Frances wife of Lancelot Lancaster late of Craketrees co. Westmoreland esq., George Jefferson late of Kirkby Stephen co. Westmoreland yoman, Richard Smith late of Finglehead co. Westmoreland yoman, Thomas Dodson late of Sisar co. Westmoreland yoman, Sir Thomas Lampleagh late of Duffenby co. Comberland knt., Joan Munsey late of Graistoke co. Comberland widow, Mary Musgrave late of Joanby co. Comberland spinster, Winifred Musgrave late of Joanby co. Comberland widow, Anne Cornes late of Wiver co. Chester widow, Richard Vaudry late of Banke co. Chester gentleman, Anne Warren late of Poynton co. Chester widow, Katherine Coventree wife of William Coventree late of Cawdey Grange co. Chester gentleman, Katherine Whitemore late of Cawdey Grange co. Chester widow, Thomas Sherburne late of Heyston co. Lancaster gentleman, Nathaniel Banister late of Altham co. Lancaster esq., William Houghton late of Grymserge co. Lancaster gentleman, Roger Hesketh late of Goosenarth co. Lancaster gentleman and his wife Isabella Hesketh, Thomas Ashton late of Croston co. Lancaster gentleman, Thomas Werden late of Croston co. Lancaster yoman, Grace Wilkinson late of Preston co. Lancaster widow, George Wilkinson late of Broughton co. Lancaster yoman, William Worthington late of Worthington co. Lancaster gentleman, Robert White late of Magna Eccleston co. Lancaster yoman, Robert Harrington late of Hyton co. Lancaster gentleman and his wife Anne Harrington, Richard Egerton late of Pace co. Lancaster yoman, Jenetta Ball late of Windle co. Lancaster widow, Thomas Dalton late of Thurnham co. Lancaster esq., Elizabeth wife of Thomas Prestwitch late of Holme co. Lancaster esq., Thomas Richardson late of Meicescoe co. Lancaster gentleman, Christofer Tailor late of Haighton co. Lancaster yoman, William Banes late of Wicesdale co. Lancaster yoman, Robert Laifeild late of Bacnaker co. Lancaster yoman, Ellen wife of John Towneley late of Hurstwood co. Lancaster gentleman, Gabriel Hesketh late of Goosnac co. Lancaster gentleman, Robert Hodgson late of Euxton co. Lancaster gentleman, Sir William Gerrard late of Brym co. Lancaster baronet, James Anderton late of Clayton co. Lancaster esq., John Watson late of Cliviger co. Lancaster gentleman and his wife Anne Watson, Elizabeth wife of Richard Sherburne late of Stanghurst co. Lancaster esq., William Chorley late of Whittingham co. Lancaster yoman, Robert Worthington late of Euxton co. Lancaster yoman, Ralph Crichlove late of Clayton co. Lancaster yoman, William Roscoe late of Euxton co. Lancaster yoman, Charles Townley late of Hoopton co. Lancaster gentleman, Anne Banister late of Sneeden co. Lancaster widow, Dorothy Iremonger late of Chateculme co. Stafford widow, Edward Eyre late of Newbolt co. Darby gentleman, Thomas Charlesworth alias Holmes late of Woodcoates co. Nottingham yoman, Robert Neddleton late of Broadholme co. Nottingham yoman and his wife Margaret Neddleton, Sir John Thimble late of Irneham co. Lincoln knt., Marmaduke Constable late of Bottesworth co. Lincoln gentleman and his wife Anne Constable, John Sibsey late of Panton co. Lincoln yoman, Edward Thurrolde late of Hoghe-super-montem co. Lincoln esq., William Turwhytt late of Kettleby co. Lincoln esq., William Fitzwilliams late of Claxbey co. Lincoln esq., Elizabeth Lady Bowles late of Lowth co. Lincoln widow, William Berifford late of Scopiacke co. Lincoln gentleman, Elizabeth Lownd late of Scopiacke co. Lincoln widow, Ellinor Sapcoates late of Bracebridge co. Lincoln widow, Elizabeth Nailor late of Lincoln co. Lincoln widow, Edward Gouldinge late of Colson Bassett co. Nottingham esq., William Hamerton late of Lentall co. Nottingham gentleman, William Cathorne late of Fledborrowe co. Nottingham gentleman, William Dent late of Fledborrowe co. Nottingham yoman, Robert Collison late of Nottingham co. Nottingham yoman,—each of the aforesaid persons (to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy) being also described as late of St. Margaret's Westminster, or as late of Westminster.

18 February, 8 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Persons to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy, in not going to church &c., to wit,—Elizabeth Hilton wife of Thomas Hilton late of Morton in Westmoreland gentleman, Talbott Hodgshon late of Broomehall co. Westmoreland gentleman and his wife Margaret Hodgshon, Sir Ralph Coniers late of Laiton co. Durham knt. and his wife Lady Coniers, Cuthbert Coniers late of Laiton co. Durham gentleman and his wife Margaret, Mary wife of Garrard Salvin late of Couxton co. Durham gentleman, Lawrence Saire late of Worsall co. York gentleman and his wife Elizabeth Saire, Alice Bennyon late of Hartpoole co. Durham spinster, Anne wife of Ralph Buttery late of Nesbett co. Durham yoman, Thomas Haggerston late of Haggerston co. Durham esq. and his wife Alice Haggerston, Herbert Salvin late of Rabye co. Durham gentleman and his wife Anne Salvin, Anne Mitforth late of Hewlam co. Durham widow, William Knaresborough of Twisee co. Durham yoman, William Power late of Dalden co. Durham gentleman, George Tailor late of Corneshawe Rawe co. Durham gentleman, William Singleton late of Broughton co. Lancaster gentleman, Dorothy Walton late of Horwth co. Lancaster widow, Robert Squire late of Harwood Magna co. Lancaster yoman, Nicholas Hesketh late of Beckenshall co. Lancaster gentleman, Edward Smith late of Skarisbicke co. Lancaster yoman and his wife Elizabeth Smith, Anne wife of Leonard Washington late of Warton co. Lancaster gentleman, Thomas Kirkby late of Rawcliffe co, Lancaster gentleman and his wife Anne Kirkby, Susan Hesketh late of Rufforth co. Lancaster . . . ., Robert Saier late of Burneley co. Lancaster yoman, Richard Blackborne late of Scorton co. Lancaster yoman and his wife Anne Blackborne, Anne Niccolson late of Poulton co. Lancaster widow, Dorothy Fowler late of St. Thomas co. Stafford widow, Bryan Lane late of Cottonhill co. Stafford gentleman and his wife Willgifford Lane, Lady Anne Claveringe wife of Sir John Claveringe late of Calliley co. Northumberland knt., and John Waterton late of Northstanley co. York gentleman, each of the aforesaid persons (to be indicted for Recusancy &c.) being also described as late of "St. Margaret's Westminster" or "late of Westminster"; John Wiseman late of Drury Lane alias &c. late of Wimbish co. Essex esq.; Sir Henry Awdley late of Wimbish co. Essex knt., Abigail Packington widow, and Sir John Yates alias Gates knt., both late of Chadgley Corbett co. Worcester widow, John Russell late of Malvern Parva co. Worcester esq., Francis Hanford late of Wollishull co. Worcester esq., John Weedon late of Feckenham co. Worcester esq., each of the last-named six persons being also late of St. Giles's-inthe-Fields co. Midd.; Thomas Morgan late of Weston co. Warwick esq., Richard Middlemore late of Edgebaston co. Warwick esq., Anthony Dormer late of Budbrooke co. Warwick esq., Sir Charles Smith late of Woolton Wawen co. Warwick knt., and Anthony Sheldon late of Grafton co. Warwick gentleman, each of the last-named five persons being also late of St. Andrewes-in-Holborne co. Midd.

8 April, 9 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Symon Mosse of Hammersmith carpenter and Robert Webster of the same parish carpenter,—to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy.

2 May, 9 Chalres I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—James Barker yoman, Agnes Flood widow, Edward Edwardes yoman, Roger Johnson yoman, all four of Cowcrosse; David East yoman, his wife Cecilia East, Thomas Prince yoman, Allen Prickett yoman, William Clarke esq., Joseph Walker gentleman, Elizabeth Forman widow, and William Salisbury gentleman, all eight of Clerkenwell; Anne Slifeild widow and Arthur Howland yoman, both of Goldinglane; Christofer Gibbons of St. Katherin's tailor; Helen Coggin wife of John Coggin yoman, John Gates yoman, and his wife Susan Gates, all three of New Brainford; and Jane Cole wife of Thomas Cole of Lampton in the parish of Heston yoman :—to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy.

16 July, 9 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—John Godfrey of St. Andrew's-in-Holborn esq.; John Harris of St. Margaret's Westminster gentleman; Thomas Thomas of Drurylane tailor, and his wife Anne Thomas; John Preston junr. of St. Margaret's Westminster gentleman alias John Preston junr. of Dalton co. Lancaster gentleman,—to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c. on Lord's Days.

2 December, 9 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Jane Brookes widow, William Skipp yoman, William Clapton gentleman, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, James Coldridge yoman, his wife Mary Coldridge, Mary Yateman widow, Benjamin Gill yoman, Susan Strange widow, Lucy Sharratt widow, William Gibbes M.D., John Baxter yoman, John Freake yoman, his wife Katherine Freake, John Swinglehurst yoman, his wife Edith Swinglehurst, William Bestwicke yoman, his wife Anne Bestwicke, William Hodgson cutler, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Tailor yoman, Thomas Fludd yoman, his wife Katherine Fludd, William Mathewes yoman, his wife Susan Mathewes, John Dam cutler, Clemence Downes widow, and Anne wife of Richard Davison yoman, all twenty-seven of St. Andrew's Holborne; Anne Slifeild of St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate, widow; Roger Johnson of Cowcrosse yoman; David East bodymaker, and Thomas Prynce yoman, both of Clarkenwell; Robert Fitzwilliams of St. Clement's Danes gentleman; William Hudsford yoman, his wife . . . Hudsford, John Offeild gentleman and his wife . . . . Offeild, all four of Chauncerylane; Elizabeth Harper widow, Alexander Farrier yoman, Margaret Scealen widow, Mary Browne widow, John Kidney yoman, Elizabeth Goodin widow, Mary Fitz-Jeffery widow, Margaret Cashe widow, all eight of St. Giles's in-the-Fields; Anne Lady Conwaye of Paddington widow; Jane wife of Thomas Cole yoman, Joan Cole widow, and Mary Coxe wife of Leonard Coxe carpenter, all three of Heston:—to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy, for not coming to church &c., on Lord's days.

17 April, 10 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at (? Westminster):— Jane Brookes widow, Elizabeth Brooke spinster, William Skipp yoman, Mary Wacyn spinster, William Clapton gentleman, Agnes Laborne spinster, Francis Robins yoman, James Coldridge tailor, his wife Mary Coldridge, William Gibbes M.D., Henry Harrington tailor, his wife Frances Harrington, Lucy Sharrett widow, Mary Lincolne widow, Margaret wife of John Sharrett yoman, Edith wife of John Swinglehurst tailor, William Beswicke shomaker, his wife Agnes Beswicke, Thomas Paul yoman, William Cape gentleman, his wife Katherine Cape, Thomas Floyd writer, his wife Katherine Floyd, John Dam cutler, all twenty-four of St. Andrew's Holborne; . . . . Rumbull widow, and Joan Brickhill widow, both of Stanmor Parva; Joan Cole widow, . . . . wife of Thomas Cole yoman, and Leonard Cockes yoman, all three of Heston; Hubert Hacon of Kensington esq.; Dorothy Harper widow, and William Cliffe victualler, both of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; John Standishe . . . ., and Robert Weare tailor, both of St. Clement's Danes; John Offeild gentleman, his wife . . . . Offeild, and William Hudsford tailor, all three of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West; William Saunders gentleman, his wife Bridget Saunders, and Mary Saunders spinster, all three of Chiswicke; Sir Anthony Roaper late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd. knt. alias Sir Anthony Roaper late of Farningham co. Kent,—to be proceeded against for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c.

20 May, 10 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Persons to be proceeded against for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., to wit, —Anthony Dormer late of Budbrooke co. Warwick esq., Thomas Peeres late of Alleston co. Warwick gentleman, Francis Palmer late of Coughton co. Warwick gentleman, John Bird late of Wotton-Wawen co. Warwick gentleman, Sir Charles Smith late of Wotton-Wawen co. Warwick knt., and John Deakes late of Clannes co. Worcester yoman, each of the said persons being also described as late of St. Andrew's in Holborne co. Midd.

29 August, 10 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Persons to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., to wit,—John Russell late of Malvern Parva co. Worcester gentleman, Francis Hanford late of Wolleshull co. Worcester gentleman, John Weedon late of Stoughton co. Worcester gentleman, Francis Acton late of Stoughton co. Worcester gentleman, Rowland Bartley alias Bartlett late of Castlemorton co. Worcester gentleman, John Hornifold late of Castle Handley alias Potter's Handley co. Worcester gentleman, each of the said persons being also described as late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields co. Midd.; Thomas Browne late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields gentleman; Sir Anthony Roaper late of St. Clement's Danes' knt. alias Sir Anthony Roaper late of Farmingham co. Kent knt.; John Hanslopp late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne gentleman alias John Hanslopp late of Thorpe in Itchington alias Long Itchington co. Warwick gentleman; and Terence Bryan late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborn gentleman alias Terence Bryan late of Henleyin-Arden in the parish of Wootton Waven co. Warwick gentleman,—to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c.

1 October, 11 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Persons to be indicted for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., to wit,— John Bouclier alias Baptista . . . ., David Powell yoman, Thomas Davies vintner, and Thomas Rutter yoman, all four of St. Giles's-without-Criplegate; John Seeley of Hollowellstreet sawyer; Philip Fursden senr. gentleman, his wife . . . . Fursden, Philip Fursden junr. gentleman, Dorothy Fursden spinster, and Katherine Fursden spinster, all five of Edmonton; Alice Rumball of Stanmore Parva widow; Ellen wife of John Cogan chaundler and John Gates chaundler, both of Newbrainford; William Saunders esq., his wife Bridget Saunders, Edward Lea yoman, his wife . . . . Lea, . . . . Laver gentleman, and his wife . . . . Laver, all six of Chiswicke; Darby Morton yoman, William Brewen yoman, his wife . . . . Brewen, Gervase Else yoman, his wife . . . . Else, Joseph Quinton gentleman, his wife . . . . Quinton, Dorothy Forman widow, Mary Snowe spinster, Walter Welsh yoman, his wife . . . . Welsh, Sir John Symonds knt., his wife Lady Symonds, . . . . Porredge esq., Joseph Walker gentleman, Penelope Lady Gage widow, Thomas Robinson yoman, his wife . . . . Robinson, Richard Parr tailor, . . . . Stoakes widow, Allan Prickett tailor, his wife . . . . Prickett, . . . . Clarke gentleman, his wife . . . . Clarke, Frances wife of Thomas Wells . . . ., William Downinge yoman, Teague Silke yoman, his wife . . . . Silke, Margaret Deakins widow, William Barnes yoman, his wife . . . . Barnes, John Harrodd yoman, James Leiventure gentleman, his wife . . . Leiventure, Margaret Langworth widow, Mary Pettison widow, . . . Smarte widow, . . . Phillippes widow, Thomas Hudson gentleman, John Fishe gentleman, his wife Anne Fishe, James Griffeth . . . ., his wife Anne Griffith, all forty-three of St. James's Clarkenwell; Prudence Birch widow, Joan wife of William Mott yoman, Anne Love . . . ., Joan Malton widow, Richard Musdall yoman, his wife Susan Musdall, William Brookes yoman, his wife Mary Brookes, Anne Fortheberry spinster, Frances wife of Hugh Wise yoman, . . . . Lowe widow, Thomas Eaton yoman, his wife Joan Eaton, Nicholas Broffe yoman, his wife . . . . Broffe, Anne Marshall spinster, . . . . Benbowe widow, Joan wife of Richard Weekes gentleman, Katherine Marshall spinster, and Margaret Clarke spinster, all twenty of Clarkenwell; John Bartlett gentleman and his wife Mary Bartlett, both of Stratfordbowe; Anne Salbury of Clerkenwell widow; Ellen Griffen widow and Jane Davison widow, both of St. Johnstreete; Edward Jones yoman, Richard Jones yoman, and Elizabeth Windsor widow, all three of Fulham; Thomas Foster esq., Simon Warmington gentleman, John Hawkins M.D., Cuthbert Stonehouse yoman, Thomas Stonehouse yoman, . . . . Linsey gentleman, all six of St. Johnstreete; William Cæsar yoman, Anne Linsey widow, Frances Langley widow, Frances Lovett spinster, Anne wife of John Sandale yoman, Elizabeth Lady Gardner widow, Sir Richard Minshall knt., Sir Arthur Bugges knt., John Sidley gentleman, Robert Lewen gentleman, John Coxall yoman, all eleven of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields; Joan Emerson widow, John Prince goldsmith, his wife Mary Prince, John Dam cutler, Clemence Downes widow, Richard Parr tailor, William Mathewes cutler, his wife Margery Mathewes, Thomas Flood scrivener, his wife Katherine Flood, Jane wife of John Elmer yoman, John Warden cutler, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Tailor yoman, John Morgan gentleman, his wife Mary Morgan, William Hodskins cutler, his wife Anne Hodskins, Edith Swingler widow, John Freake glasear, his wife Katherine Freake, Anne wife of George Smithson yoman, Thomas Johnson yoman, Elizabeth Stronge spinster, John Barter tailor, his wife Margaret Barter, Margaret Blake widow, Susan Strange spinster, Mary Strugge spinster, Elizabeth wife of Richard Knight yoman, Ellen Knight widow, Benjamin Gill tailor, his wife Anne Gill, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, his wife Katherine Lovett, all thirty-four of St. Andrew's Holborne; David East yoman, his wife Cecilia East, Thomas Evans yoman, his wife Alice Evans, Thomas Prince yoman, his wife Elizabeth Prince, Nicholas Brand yoman, his wife Jane Brand, Mary Abbott spinster, Katherine Waters spinster, Bridgett Sarr spinster, all eleven of Clarkenwell; George Matchett gentleman, his wife Mary Matchett, Francis Richardson victualler, his wife Elizabeth Richardson, Michael Miles mason, his wife Margaret Miles, Nicholas Brand yoman, and his wife Elizabeth Brand, all eight of St. Andrew's Holborne; Francis Playden esq., Thomas Landy esq., William Chamberleyn gentleman, Reginald Gregory tailor, William Clay shomaker, John Dauntrey tailor, Peter Wynder tailor, Thomas Davitie tailor, John Francklein tailor, William Cliffe tailor, Richard Hornby yoman, Edward Morgan barber, Mary Berisford widow, Margaret Harper widow, and Elizabeth Stanley spinster, all fifteen of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; Thomas Gippes tailor, and his wife . . . . Gippes, both of St. Clement's Danes; John Offeild gentleman and his wife . . . . Offeild, both of Chauncerylane,—to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church, &c.

28 April, 12 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Eightyseven persons proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c.; the names of the individuals including David East weaver, Thomas Evans gentleman, Thomas Prince weaver, Nicholas Blandy gentleman, Sir John Symondes knt., Penelope Lady Gage widow, all six of St. James's Clarkenwell; John Bartlett M.D. of Stratfordbowe and his wife Elizabeth Bartlett; William Saunders late of Chiswicke gentleman and his wife Bridget Saunders; John Standish gentleman, John Wakeley gentleman and his wife . . . . Wakeley, all three of St. Clement's Danes'; John Morgan gentleman and his wife Mary Morgan, both of Purpoole Lane; William Fry goldsmith of St. Andrew's Holborn; Francis Lovett gentleman and Mary FitzJeffery widow, both of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; the other persons of the list being individuals of humble degree, whose names appear in this book in previous lists of recusants.

3 December, 12 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Persons to be indicted for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., to wit,— William Saunders esq., his wife Bridgett Saunders, Nicholas Lameere gentleman, Edward Lee gentleman, and his wife . . . . Lee, all five of Chiswicke; Jane Cole wife of Thomas Cole yoman, Joan Cole widow, Thomas Goodlacke yoman and his wife . . . . Goodlacke, all four of Heston; John Gates chaundler, his wife Susan Gates, Ellen Coggan widow, and Jane Coggan spinster, all four of New Brainford; and Margery wife of Francis Kipping of Chelsey . . . .

20 April, 13 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Two hundred and fifty-nine persons to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c.; the 259 individuals comprising—Penelope Lady Gage widow, and Sir John Simondes knt., both of Clerkenwell; Thomas Foster of St. Sepulchre's esq.; . . . . wife of Anthony Hancocke late of Hampstead yoman; John Drywood gentleman, and . . . . Lanceare gentleman, both of Spittlefeilds; Mark Bellwood M.D. and John Wakeley ordinarykeeper, both of St. Clement's Danes'; William Saunders esq., his wife Bridget Saunders, Nicholas Lameere gentleman, his wife . . . . Lameere, Edward Lee gentleman and his wife . . . . Lee, all six of Chiswicke; Anne Lady Connoway of Paddington widow; Francis Peters gentleman, Richard White gentleman, Sir Lewis Tresham knt., Thomas Lifcholy yoman, Michael Misbrincke yoman, Thomas Laminge yoman, Henry Davies yoman, John Fenwicke yoman, George Simpkin yoman, Edward Gilford gentleman, William Clay yoman, . . . . Lady Stapylton widow, Anne Haines widow, John Waldron gentleman, Ralph Oglethorpe yoman, Margaret Berry widow, Peter Wender yoman, Giles Cretch yoman, Richard Hornby yoman, William Cleft yoman, Robert Webb yoman, Mary FitzJeffery widow, Ralph Monday yoman, his wife Mary Monday, Stephen Howe gentleman, his wife Mary Howe, Ellen Waffer widow, Andrew James yoman, his wife Joan James, Thomas Woodward yoman, Ambrose Fuller yoman, Edward Dymocke gentleman, his wife Frances Dymocke, Margaret Allen widow, Alice Crowe widow, Judith Hippon widow, John Sherley yoman, Robert Hewett gentleman, Thomas Lord Baltimore (against whose name appears the minute "produc' l'ras d'ni R'is &c."), his wife Lady Baltimore, Sir Richard Minshall knt., Sir Edward Lentall, knt., his wife . . . . Lady Lentall, Alexander Wig gentleman, his wife . . . . Wig, . . . . White gentleman, Charles Gentin gentleman, his wife . . . . Gentin, Richard Catesby senr. gentleman, his wife Mary Catesby, Richard Catesby junr. gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Catesby, John Provisor gentleman, his wife Anne Provisor, Lewis Richardes gentleman, his wife Mary Richardes, George Cage (sic) gentleman, Robert Fludd M.D., his wife Isabella Fludd, Andrew Browne esq., Samuel Alexander gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Alexander, George Alexander gentleman, his wife Alice Alexander, Elizabeth Lady Gardner widow, Walter Peasley gentleman, Philip Chappell gentleman, John Stoakes gentleman, Sir George Simondes knt., . . . . Bridges gentleman, Thomas Nabbes gentleman, his wife Isabella Nabbes, Edward Warneford gentleman, his wife Martha Warneford, Signior Francisco gentleman, his wife . . . . Francisco, Robert Dorrington gentleman, his wife Mary Dorrington, John Provo gentleman, his wife Sherlake Provo, John Sidley yoman, and his wife Sara Sidley, all of St. Giles's-in-theFields; George Matchett gentleman, his wife . . . . Matchett, and Francis Bonny tobacco-pipemaker, all three of St. Andrew's Holborne; also Robert Mullenax, late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields gentleman alias Robert Mullinax junr. late of Metlinges co. Lancaster, and his wife Margaret Mullinax, and Elizabeth wife of Thomas Aldridge late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields yoman, alias Elizabeth wife of Thomas Aldridge late of Ufton co. Berks. yoman. The others of the 259 persons appear from their descriptions to have been of humble degree. The minute "protulit breve domini Regis" or "producit literas domini"= he produces the King's letters appears against the names of Sir Lewis Tresham, knt.; Thomas Lord Baltimore, Robert Fludd M.D., Walter Peasley gentleman, and Sir George Simondes knt.

2 October, 13 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:— Ninety persons to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c.; the ninety individuals comprising—Mary wife of Thomas Baillie bookseller, Margery Hubberd widow, Jane Gibbons widow, and Dorcas Case widow, all four of St. Andrew's, Holborne; Nicholas Bruffe of Clarkenwell coacheharnessmaker; William Saunders esq. and his wife Bridget Saunders, both of Chiswicke; Mary FitzJeffery widow, Thomas Northcott victualler, Ellen Waffer widow, and Ralph Elderton yoman, all four of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields; John Barker gentleman, Roger Johnson gentleman, Thomas Foster esq., Richard Greenbury gentleman, John Hawkins M.D., Simon Warmington gentleman, and Cuthbert Stonehurst jeweller, all seven of St. Sepulchre's parish. The others of the ninety persons appear from their descriptions to have been of humble quality, and most of them are mentioned in the previous lists taken from the Indictments Process Book.

4 December, 13 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall:—Persons to be indicted for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., to wit,— Ralph Eure late of St. Andrew's Holborne esq. alias Ralph Eure of Washingbrough esq. co. Lincoln, and his wife . . . . Eure, John Crawford of Northropp co. Lincoln yoman and his wife Jane Crawford; Robert Mounson of Northropp co. Lincoln esq.; Francis Richardson of Northropp co. Lincoln yoman; Peter Brett of Claxbie co. Lincoln gentleman and his wife . . . . Brett; James Iremonger of Welton-in-le-Marsh co. Lincoln and his wife . . . . Iremonger; Humphrey Iremonger of Welton-in-le-Marsh co. Lincoln gentleman; Mary Lady Norton wife of Sir Walter Norton of Claxbie co. Lincoln knt.; Edward Parkinson of Claxbie co. Lincoln gentleman; Simon Fisher of Stamford co. Lincoln cordweiner, and his wife Elizabeth Fisher; Edward Thorold of Hough-super-montem co. Lincoln esq., and his wife Jane Thorold; William Sleford of Skelington co. Lincoln gentleman, and his wife Frances Sleford; Anthony Cater of Bottesworth co. Lincoln gentleman; Margaret wife of Francis Prigeon of Lincoln co. Lincoln M.D.; Thomas Dich of Lincoln co. Lincoln yoman; George Dich of Lincoln co. Lincoln yoman; Sir Francis Medcalfe of Luddington co. Lincoln knt.; John Foxe of Eagle co. Lincoln yoman; Anne Dolman wife of William Dolman of Messingham co. Lincoln gentleman; Petronella Dolman spinster and Thomas Dolman gentleman, both of Messingham aforesaid; Bartholomew Kent of Ragbey co. Lincoln gentleman; Thomas Tirwhitt of Lenton co. Notts, gentleman; Henry Wilford of Quendon co. Essex gentle man; Robert Rosse of Grandison co. Suffolk gentleman; George Rider of Hothiwell co. Leicester gentleman; William Gage of Bentley co. Suffolk gentleman, and Thomas Towers of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields . . . .,—to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy. From the injured and uncertain record it seems that, with the exception of Thomas Towers, all these recusants were indicted for recusancy in Middlesex, as inhabitants of St. Andrew's Holborn.

5 April, 14 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Sir Francis Mannocke late of St. Andrew's Holborne baronet alias Sir Francis Mannocke of Lewsham co. Suffolk baronet, indicted "pro recusancia per sex menses," i.e. for not repairing to church &c. for six months.— Also, ninety-six other persons indicted for recusancy during one month, comprising—Thomas Smith of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West esq., Thomas Acton late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields alias Thomas Acton of Burton co. Worcester gentleman, William Dingley alias Dingle of St. Giles'sin-the-Fields alias William Dingley alias Dingle of Strengham alias Strensam co. Worcester gentleman; Thomas Foster esq., Richard Greeneberry gentleman, both of St. Johnstreete; George Browne gentleman, George Matchett gentleman, his wife . . . . Matchett, Drugo Lovett goldsmith and his wife . . . . Lovett, all five of St. Andrew's Holborne; Peter Greene of Ratcliffe gentleman; John Chamberlain esq., George Gage esq., Simon Snowe gentleman, Isaac Dellaffe gentleman, Francis Lovett gentleman, Mary FitzJeffery widow, and William Coles gentleman, all seven of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; Roger Johnson of Cowcrosse gentleman; John Fish gentleman, Joseph Kerson gentleman, his wife Sara Kerson, Sir John Symondes knt. and Penelope Lady Gage widow, all five of St. James's Clerkenwell; Hubert Hacon of Kensington esq.; William Saunders esq., his wife Bridget Saunders, Nicholas Lameere esq., his wife . . . . Lameere, Edward Lea gentleman and his wife . . . . Lea, all six of Chiswicke; Mark Bellwood M.D. and Edward Harbert gentleman, both of St. Clement's Danes; the others of the ninety-six recusants being persons of humble condition, most of whom have been repeatedly indicted for not going to church &c.

27 August, 14 Charles I.—S. P. held at [? Hickes Hall]:—Anne Lady Sandys alias Sandes late of St. Margaret's Westminster widow alias Anne Lady Sandys alias Sandes late of Bray co. Berks widow, George (sic) Littleboys late of St. James's Clerkenwell gentleman alias John (sic) Littleboys late of Aspenham co. Sussex gentleman, and his wife Anne Littleboys, John Littleboys late of St. James's Clerkenwell alias John Littleboyes late of Aspenham co. Sussex gentleman and his wife Sara Littleboyes, Alexander Soane late of St. Margaret's Westminster victualler, Thomas Haslewood late of St. Andrew's Holborne gentleman alias Thomas Haslewood late of Belton co. Rutland gentleman, and Henry Hall late of St. Andrew's Holborne alias Henry Hall late of Pentoyeco. Monmouth gentleman,—to be proceeded against by way of indictment for recusancy, in not coming to church &c. during four months (pro Recusantia per iiii menses).

1 October, 14 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Ninetysix persons to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c. during one month, comprising— Peter Greene of Ratcliffe gentleman; Anne Lady Conway of Paddington widow; . . . . Saunders esq., his wife Bridget Saunders, . . . . Lameere gentleman, his wife . . . . Lameere, Edward Lee gentleman, and his wife . . . . Lee, all six of Chiswicke; the Earl of Argyll (comes Argile) of Eling; Hubert Hacon of Kensington esq.; Penelope Lady Gage widow, and Joseph Quinton gentleman, both of St. James's Clarkenwell; Thomas Foster of St. Johnstreete esq.; Roger Johnson of Cowcross gentleman; John Baptisto of Grubstreet gentleman; John Lawrence of Kentistowne gentleman; Giles Crowch cutler, Thomas Liveholly chaundler, George Matchett gentleman, his wife . . . . Matchett, all four of St. Giles's-in-theFields; Andrew Browne esq., Ambrose Fuller cooke and Robert Webbe cooke, all three of Bloomsbury; Henry Hinckloe M.D., his wife Margaret Hinckloe and Anne Hinckloe spinster, all three of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields; the others of the ninety-six recusants being persons of humble condition, and for the most part individuals whose names appear repeatedly in the preceding lists of indicted recusants.

3 December, 14 Charles I.—S. P. held at [? Hickes Hall]:— Maurice Lunn and John Beamont both late of St. Andrew's Holborn gentlemen alias Maurice Lunne and John Beamont both late of Wells co. Somerset gentlemen, William Evans late of St. Andrew's Holborn gentleman alias William Evans of Wells co. Somerset gentleman and Sara Evans spinster and Mary Evans spinster, both late of the same parishes; Barbara wife of Philip Sherwood late of St. Andrew's Holborne gentleman alias Barbara Sherwood wife of Philip Sherwood of Bathe co. Somerset gentleman; Silvester Lady Scory wife of Giles Penny late of St. Andrew's Holborne esq. alias Silvester Lady Scory wife of Giles Penny late of Quantoxhead co. Somerset esq.; and Elizabeth Lady Wray late of St. Andrew's Holborn alias Elizabeth Lady Wray of St. Ives co. Cornwall,—to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c. throughout eight months.

23 April, 15 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Ninety persons to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c. during one month, comprising—Prudence Burke widow, Anne Burke spinster, Joan Molton widow, Joseph Ker son gentleman, his wife Sara Kerson, Richard Musdale yoman, his wife . . . . Musdale, Bridget Woodcocke widow, John Fish gentleman, John Crompton yoman, Joseph Quinton gentleman, Sir John Symondes knt., Penelope Lady Gage widow, . . . . Birch widow, all fourteen of Clarkenwell; Thomas Foster esq. and Richard Greenbury gentleman, both of St. Johnstreete; John Lawrence of Kentishtowne gentleman; Bridgett Saunders widow, Nicholas Lameere gentleman, his wife . . . . Lameere, Edward Lee gentleman, his wife . . . . Lee, all five of Cheswicke; Sir John Winter of Kensington knt.; Peter Seret of Ruislipp gentleman; George Matchett gentleman and his wife . . . . Matchett, both of Saffronhill; Richard Route gentleman, Mark Belwood M.D., Margaret wife of Thomas Greene gentleman, Robert Portington gentleman, Sir Richard Minshaw knt., all five of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; the others of the ninety recusants consisting chiefly of persons of humble condition, whose names appear repeatedly in previous lists of indicted recusants.

1 October, 15 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—Eightyone persons proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c. during one month, comprising no individuals whose names do not appear repeatedly in previous lists of indicted recusants.

14 April, 16 Charles I.—G. S. P. held at Westminster:—John Caster alias Carter, Harbert Caster alias Carter, and Sylvester Caster alias Carter, all three of Heston yoemen, to be indicted for making riot against Christofer Milton esq.—Also, two hundred and forty-four persons to be proceeded against by way of indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., comprising—William Hewett of Endfeild gentleman; Jane wife of Walter Gibbes of Cranford gentleman; John Harwood gentleman, John Fish gentleman, Thomas Emery gentleman, the Most Noble Lord Brudenell, Penelope Lady Gage, Joseph Quinton gentleman, all six of Clarkenwell; Thomas Foster esq., Richard Greenbury gentleman, both of St. Johnstreete; John Banes of St. Clement's Danes' goldsmith; William Cape of St. Andrew's Holborne gentleman; Francis Conn gentleman and Thomas Stoakes gentleman, both of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields; Bridgett Saunders widow, Nicholas Lander gentleman, and Hugh Pynner gentleman, all three of Chiswicke; Frances Paris widow, Charles Paris esq., John Paris gentleman, all three late of Puddingmorton co. Norfolk; Frances Yaxley wife of Henry Yaxley gentleman, and Anne Pert widow, both late of Norwich co. Norfolk, William Norton late of Norwich co. Norfolk, John Norton late of Norwich co. Norfolk gentleman, Daniel Windsor late of Norwich co. Norfolk gentleman, John Force late of Norwich co. Norfolk gentleman, Robert Morton late of Rougham co. Norfolk gentleman, Sir William Yelverton late of Rougham co. Norfolk knt., Thomas Lovell late of Norwich co. Norfolk esq., William Paston gentleman and John Paston gentleman both late of Appleton co. Norfolk, Dorothy Paston late of Barningham co. Norfolk widow, John Pordage late of Barningham co. Norfolk alias of Appleton co. Norfolk gentleman, Francis Sanders late of Stoakes co. Norfolk gentleman, John Clerke late of Stoakes co. Norfolk gentleman, Francis Eddowes late of Stoakeferry co. Norfolk gentleman, James and Antony Hobbart both late of Loddon and Hales co. Norfolk gentlemen, William Cobbe late of Sandringham co. Norfolk gentleman, Charles Walgrave and Edward Walgrave and Nicholas Walgrave, all three late of Stanninghall co. Norfolk gentlemen, William Wall late of Lethringsell co. Norfolk gentleman, Thomas Capon late of Necton co. Norfolk gentleman, Roger Bedingfeild late of Oxborough co. Norfolk gentleman, Thomas Bradbury late of Shipnam co. Norfolk gentleman, Roger Suffeild late of Brampton co. Suffolk gentleman, William Parker late of Brampton co. Norfolk gentleman, Robert Hickes late of Attlebridge co. Norfolk gentleman, Katherine Downes late of Bodney co. Norfolk spinster, John Fisher late of North-Tudenham co. Norfolk gentleman, Dorothy Coppinge late of North-Tudenham co. Norfolk widow, and Anne Norton late of Norwich co. Norfolk widow, each of the last-named thirty-six persons being also described as late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields co. Midd.; John Payne late of Stoake-by-Nayland co. Suffolk gentleman, John Sherman late of Brainfeild co. Suffolk gentleman, Humphrey Yarmouth late of Palgrave co. Suffolk gentleman, Elie alias Elias Rookwood late of Ewston co. Suffolk gentleman, Thomas Cattogree late of Shipley co. Salop gentleman, John Woolridge late of Albrighton co. Salop gentleman, Anthony Hunt late of Fervile co. Salop gentleman, Robert Lloyd late of Swevy co. Salop gentleman, John Bradshawe late of Beston-Gubballs co. Salop gentleman, Julian Sanquer late of Wierham co. Norfolk, John Bridges late of Longdon co. Worcester esq., John Russell late of Mavorne (sic) Parva co. Worcester esq., Nicholas Hornihold late of Blackmore Parke co. Worcester esq., Thomas Coxe late of Crowley co. Worcester gentleman, Walter Blunt late of Sillington co. Worcester gentleman, Ralph Dowler late of Henlip co, Worcester gentleman, Thomas Barnes late of Seaverne co. Worcester gentleman, Richard Gorle late of Kemsey co. Worcester gentleman, Roland Davies late of St. John's co. Worcester gentleman, Thomas Bodenham late of Rotherosse co. Hereford esq., Edward More late of Dunerill co. Hereford yoman, John Wigmore late of Lutlou co. Hereford gentleman, John Middlemore late of Dymder co. Hereford gentleman, Frank Kemble late of Fownehope co. Hereford gentleman, Robert Leachmore late of Fownehope co. Hereford gentleman, Anthony Walwyne late of Llantarne co. Hereford gentleman, Richard Seaborne late of Madley co. Hereford gentleman, Richard Kirle late of Merkeley Parva co. Hereford gentleman, Ralph Scudamore late of Sutton St. Nicholas co. Hereford esq., James Scudamore late of Sutton St. Nicholas co. Hereford gentleman; Richard Gardiner late of Lemington co. . . . . gentleman, Mary Lady Wotton late of Canterbury co, Kent widow, William Elston late of Catmose co. Berks, gentleman, Thomas Elston late of Chaddleworth co. Berks. gentleman, George Elston late of Stretley co. Berks. gentleman, each of the last-named thirty-five persons being also described as late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne co. Midd.; Henry Widmorepoole late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields alias of Oxborough co. Norfolk gentleman; Thomas Englefeild late of Buttlebury co. Berks, gentleman, William Hancock gentleman and Alice Lady Dormer widow, both of Ethroppe co. Bucks., John Taylor of Thorpe Norwich co. Norfolk gentleman, the four last-named persons being of St. Andrew's Holborn; William Floyre late of Llandilo Pertholie co. Monmouth gentleman, William Hughes late of Gresmond co. Monmouth gentleman, John Powell late of Partheere co. Monmouth gentleman, William Morgan late of Newport co. Monmouth gentleman, John Guilliams late of Baily Pitt co, Monmouth gentleman, William Morgan late of Pentrebach co. Monmouth gentleman, John Morgan late of Trostrey co. Monmouth gentleman, Walter James late of St. Moghan's co. Monmouth gentleman, William Seaburne late of Skenfrith co. Monmouth gentleman, Turberville Morgan late of Lanvaire-Usk-Koide co. Monmouth gentleman, Rowland Poynts late of Penrose co. Monmouth gentleman, Elizabeth Lady Blunt of Penrose co. Monmouth widow, each of the last-named twelve persons being also described as late of St. James's Clarkenwell co. Midd.; Elizabeth Bedingfeild late of Holmehall co. Norfolk spinster alias Elizabeth Bedingfeild late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields co. Midd.; William Hall late of Skenfrith co. Monmouth gentleman, Reginald Rowse late of Monmouth co. Monmouth vintner, George Barloe late of Slebich co. Pembroke esq., Richard Phillips late of Molleston co. Pembroke gentleman, George Bowen late of Treloyne co. Pembroke esq., Sir John Conway late of Rhythlan co. Flynt knt., William Lloyd late of Haulchton co. Flynt esq., John Parry late of Twison co. Denbeigh gentleman, Robert Pugh late of Llandiles co. Denbeigh gentleman, Sir Percy Harbort late of Red Castle co. Montgomery knt. and bart., each of the ten lastnamed persons being also described as late of St. James's Clarkenwell co. Midd.; William Hewell of Endfeild co. Midd. gentleman, Jane wife of Walter Gibbes late of Newbraineford co. Midd. gentleman; John Fish gentleman, Thomas Emery gentleman, . . . . Lord Brundenell, Penelope Lady Gage, Joseph Quinton gentleman, all five late of St. James's Clarkenwell; Thomas Foster esq. and Richard Greenbury gentleman, both late of St. John's Street; Anne Lady Winch late of St. Sepulchre's widow; John Banes goldsmith, late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd.; Francis Conn gentleman and Thomas Stoakes gentleman, both late of High Holborne; and Bridget Saunders widow, Nicholas Lander gentleman, Richard Lee gentleman, Hugh Pynner gentleman, all four late of Chiswicke co. Midd.

19 May, 16 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall in St. John's Street:—One hundred and twenty-eight persons to be proceeded against by indictment for Recusancy, in not coming to church &c., including the following persons, to wit,—Thomas Turner late of Ironmonger Lane London M.D., Robert Vaughan late of Kerry Lane London engraver, George Gilthrope late of St. Anne's Blackfriars London picture-drawer, George Garter late of St. Bridget's London gentleman, Charles Kemball late of St. Bridget's London comfit-maker, each of the said five persons being also described as late of St. Andrew's-inHolborne co. Midd.; Sir Henry Guilford late of St. Butolph's-withoutBishopsgate knt., Samuel Leadbeater late of St. Butolph's aforesaid apothecary, Alice wife of Reginald Brian late of St. Butolph's aforesaid gentleman; John Surracole late of St. Bartholomew's the Great London apothecary, Nicholas Vanloe late of Duke's Place London tailor, Antonio Ferdinando Carby-John late of Creechurch London merchant, Erasmus Musey late of Mugwell-streete London gentleman, Sir Walter Norton late of Brackendall co. Norfolk knt., the last named five persons being also described as late of St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate co. Midd.; Edward Moumford late of Stoake Ferry co. Norfolk esq., William Bodenham late of Bringwyn co. Hereford esq., Nicholas Lewes late of Burkingham co. Worcester esq., Dorothy Lady Holland wife of Sir John Holland late of Quiddenham co. Norfolk knt., Sara Lady Jenkinson wife of Sir Thomas Jenkinson of St. Michael's Thorne Norwich co. Norfolk knt., John Downes late of Bodney co. Norfolk gentleman, Edward Pert late of Christ-Church in Norwich co. Norfolk taylor, Vincent Pert late of Christ-Church aforesaid, John Taylor late of Thorpe Norwich co. Norfolk yoman, Roger Bodenham late of Rotherwas co. Hereford esq., Thomas Goodyeare late of Lentall co. Hereford gentleman, Roger Gardner late of Aymestrey co Hereford gentleman, Charles Milborne late of Lanrothall co. Hereford gentleman, Bodnam Brodford late of Weobly co. Hereford gentleman, Richard Monington late of Sarnefeild co. Hereford esq., Roger Gurname late of Trelwel co. Hereford gentleman, Grace Gwatkin late of Llangarren co. Hereford spinster, John Wigmore late of Llangarren co. Hereford gentleman, John Casewell late of Lempter co. Hereford gentleman, Sir Francis Lacon late of Kinletthall co. Hereford knt., Raphael Davies late of Trer Abatt co. Flynt gentleman, Edward Morgan late of Hanmer co. Flynt gentleman, William Pugh late of Crythin co. Denbeigh gentleman, each of the twenty-three last-named persons being also described as late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborneco. Midd.; Cecill Cave of Greenwich co. Kent gentleman and William Roper late of Farningham co. Kent gentleman, each of the same two persons being also described as late of St. Clements Danes' co. Midd.; Lucy Vaughan wife of John Vaughan late of Heullan co. Denbeigh yoman, and James May late of Windsor co. Berks. M.D., each of the same two persons being also described as late of St. James's Clarkenwell co. Midd.; Peter Wilkinson late of St. Andrew's in Holborn London gentleman, Ursula Lady Compton wife of Sir Henry Compton late of St. Bride's London K.B., Adrian Henricke late of Marke Lane London merchant, each of the same three persons being also described as late of St. Andrew'sin-Holborne co. Midd.; Henry Haynes gentleman, Thomas Thompson gentleman, Henry West gentleman, Thomas Eurs gentleman, all four late of St. James's Clarkenwell; Thomas Bridges late of St. Martin's-in-theFieldsco. Midd. gentleman; Margaret Bailey wife of Thomas Bailey bookseller, Bridget wife of Joseph Phyrmyne apothecary, William Barre alias Beare gentleman, all three late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne co. Midd.

1 October, 16 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall in St. John's Street co. Midd.:—Fifty-eight persons to be indicted for Recusancy for not coming to church &c., including the following persons, to wit,— Mark Belwood medicus and William Catesbye gentleman, both late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd.; Fountayne Lee gentleman, David Pestall gentleman, Anne Ferris widow, Lady . . . . Hall widow, Sir Francis Haywood alias Horwood knt., John Harrys medicus, all five late of St. Margaret's Westminster; Mounseir Grant gentleman, Mary Veare widow, Mounseire de Claudens-novo gentleman, Samuel Probo gentleman, Lady Mary Skynner widow, Sebastian Jerratt gentleman and his wife Elizabeth Jerratt, Sir Philip Knevett knt., Lady Dorothy Sherley widow, all nine late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields co. Midd.; Christofer Vivian silversmith, and Cornelius Pullingsbury picter-drawer, both late of St. Margaret's Westminster; George Baylie gentleman, Elizabeth Formans widow, Joseph Quinten gentleman, all three late of St. James's Clarkenwell; Elizabeth Dorrell late of Lambhurst co. Kent widow, and Elizabeth Greene late of Lambhurst co. Kent widow, each of the two being also described as late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne co. Midd.; Thomas Roper late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields co. Midd. alias &c. of Eltham co. Kent gentleman; and Thomas Sturton late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne co. Midd., alias &c. late of Wansworth co. Surrey gentleman.

4 December, 16 Charles I.—S. P. held at Hickes Hall in St. John Street co. Midd.:—Fourteen hundred and thirty persons to be proceeded against for Recusancy in not coming to church &c. during one whole month; the said 1,430 persons comprising the following individuals, to wit,—Thomas Cope taylor and his wife Mary Cope, Thomas Brathwaite yoman, Henry Spinke tailor and his wife Anne Spinke, Ralph Eldrington distiller and his wife Frances, William Worthington gentleman, Mary Worthington spinster, Richard Worthington gentleman, Thomas Worthington yoman, Edward Evans gentleman, his wife Katherine Evans, Emanuel Lassell gentleman, his wife Margaret Lassell, Archibald Gewthry gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Gewthry, William Ashby yoman, his wife . . . . Ashby, Mary Fitz-Jeffery widow, Edward Dangerfeild yoman, Robert Hewett gentleman, his wife . . . . Hewett, Katherine Minos spinster, John Coles gentleman, his wife Anne Coles, Richard Conquest gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Conquest, . . . . Lady Perkins widow, Sir George Kempe knt., his wife . . . . Lady Kempe, Sir Edward Lentall knt., his wife Isabella Lady Lentall, . . . . Lady Tressam widow, Lady Elizabeth Wray, Thomas Lifeholly chaundler, his wife Dorothy Lifeholly, Alice Gregory widow, Thomas Cornewallis yoman, his wife Elizabeth Cornewallis, Philip Roper gentleman, John Waldron M.D., his wife Margaret Waldron, . . . . Barton gentleman, his wife . . . . Barton, James Altham gentleman, William Newe scholemaster, his wife Mary Newe, William Jefford gentleman, his wife Joan Jefford, Lewis Richards gentleman, his wife Mary Richards, John Fortescue gentleman, his wife Katherine Fortescue, Gartrude Light spinster, John Camplen yoman, Sir Richard Minshall knt., John Leflaile yoman, his wife . . . . Leflaile, Richard Catesby gentleman, Richard Catesby junr. gentleman, his wife Elionar Catesby, Elizabeth Marvyn widow, Anne Marvyn spinster, John Previsor lymner, his wife Anne Previsor, Robert Hunt gentleman, his wife Margaret Hunt, Sara Minshall spinster, Mary Lady Rearsby widow, Robert Flood M.D., his wife Elizabeth Flood, John Maninge gentleman, his wife . . . . Maninge, Francis Conne gentleman, his wife Susan Conne, Andrew Browne esq., his wife Mary Browne, Richard Harris merchant, his wife Mary Harris, Samuel Alexander gentleman, his wife Jane Alexander, Warren Townsend gentleman, his wife Margaret Townsend, Richard Plott gentleman, his wife Mary Plott, William Wilde gentleman, William Robbtham . . . ., his wife Hannah Robbtham, John Stokes gentleman, his wife Anne Stokes, Edward Warnford gentleman, his wife . . . . Warnford, Signior Francisco, his wife Alice Francisco, Thomas Nabbs gentleman, his wife Bridget Nabbs, Robert Portington gentleman, his wife . . . . Portington, all the said ninety-nine persons being late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields co. Midd.; James Fleaminge gentleman, his wife . . . . Fleaminge, John Appleton gentleman, Edward Shea gentleman, Geoffrey Fleminge gentleman, Richard Shea gentleman, . . . . Ryon gentleman, Edward Powell gentleman, Thomas Carr gentleman, Richard Robinson gentleman, Anne Lady Spiller wife of Sir Henry Spiller knt., Bridget wife of Joseph Firmyn apothecarye, Edward Wheeler gentleman, John Macklocke gentleman, John Stansbye gentleman, James Bawmer gentleman, his wife . . . . Bawmer, . . . . Hawkins gentleman, John Langford gentleman, his wife . . . . Langford, William Cape gentleman, his wife . . . . Cape, . . . . Byerlye wife of William Byerlye esq., . . . . Lady Tenham widow, . . . . Deynley gentleman, Henry Gifford gentleman, his wife Susan Gifford, Jenkin Morgan gentleman, his wife . . . . Morgan, . . . . Lumley gentleman, . . . . Davarley gentleman, John Jeffman gentleman, his wife . . . . Jeffman, William Duncon gentleman, Sir Robert Hodson . . . . knt., his wife Lady Hodson, . . . . Mellish gentleman, . . . . Bedle gentleman, . . . . Newgate gentleman, John Gambus gentleman, . . . . Blackleite gentleman, William Covett gentleman, his wife Mary Covett, John Thompson gentleman, Philip Thursdale gentleman, his wife Margaret Thursdale, Drugo Lovett goldsmith, his wife Katherine Lovett, George Matchett gentleman, his wife Mary Matchett, all the last-named fifty persons being late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne co. Midd.; Patrick Church gentleman, . . . . Anno gentleman, his wife . . . . Anno, . . . . Whittingham gentleman, . . . . Ward gentleman, his wife . . . . Ward, . . . . Veteram gentleman, his wife . . . . Veteram, John Waldegrave gentleman, his wife . . . . Waldegrave, John Feline gentleman, his wife . . . . Feline, Katherine Lady Knowles widow, Frances Knowles spinster, Katherine Knowles spinster, Phillis Knowles spinster, Elizabeth Fellowes spinster, Elizabeth Stafford widow, Mary wife of Thomas Vavasar esq., . . . . St. George widow, Anne Lady Conway widow, Henry Bardon surgeon, his wife Mary Bardon, . . . . Florrey gentleman, . . . . Brittaine gentleman, Bartholomew Mountague gentleman, Sir Henry Bruse knt., Henry Bruse esq., Robert Bruse gentleman, Thomas Bridges gentleman, his wife Mary Bridges, Matthew Cobbe scrivener, Mary Lady Lake widow, . . . . Lord Mountague, John Cooke surgeon, his wife Margaret Cooke, John Lemeere gentleman, his wife . . . . Lemeere, . . . . Gote gentleman, his wife . . . . Gote, . . . . Silley gentleman, William Adams surgeon, his wife . . . . Adams, . . . . Dubos gentleman, Anthony Roberts gentleman, his wife Anne Roberts, Clode Carye gentleman, his wife . . . . Carye, James Warren gentleman, Phenix Carollbor gentleman, Bastian Garrett gentleman, his wife . . . . Garrett, . . . . Lerouse gentleman, Tobias Johnson gentleman, Askano Larenskoe gentleman, Mary Lady Skinner widow, Nicholas Pickett gentleman, his wife . . . . Pickett, Elizabeth Lady Plumley widow, . . . . Le Forrest gentleman, his wife Kennett Le Forrest, Anthony Bassett apothecary, his wife . . . . Bassett, Thomas Ryder gentleman, his wife Mary Ryder, Martha wife of Alexander Leveston gentleman, . . . . Jackson M.D., Katherine Lady Windsor, Walter Mountague esq., John Penruddocke esq., his wife Lucy Penruddocke, Henry Farno gentleman, his wife Anne Farno, Ralph Standishe gentleman, his wife Rosa Standishe, Elizabeth wife of Edward Johnson gentleman, Henry Johnson gentleman, his wife Katherine Johnson, John Cotname gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Cotname, Christopher Christley gentleman, Margaret Lady Manners widow, Henry Fitter gentleman, James Morgen gentleman, Julian Morgen gentleman, Juliett Fountaine gentlewoman, . . . . Lady Boyett widow, . . . . Lady Elliott widow, Thomas Charleton gentleman, John Bucklie gentleman, Joseph Hider . . . ., and his wife Elizabeth Hider, Florence Lord Macart, Ann Due spinster, . . . . Perdu widow, Andrew Morer gentleman, . . . . wife of Endymion Porter esq., . . . . Tailor gentleman, Edward Stanford gentleman, his wife Dorothy Stanford, William Palyn gentleman, John Brunt gentleman, . . . . Lady Mauntrell, Henry Hinslowe M.D., his wife Margaret Hinslowe, Brian Marteman gentleman, Henry Hinslowe gentleman, John Dunnington fan-maker, his wife Margery Dunnington, Sir William Munteeth knt., his wife Isabella Lady Munteeth, Mary Munteeth spinster, . . . . Lady Ostan widow, Trusteram Lackier gentleman, . . . . Banricke gentleman, John Aris gentleman, John Wharton gentleman, . . . . Browne gentleman, John Pile goldsmith, Sir John Winter knt., . . . . wife of John Standage gentleman, Nicholas Devale gentleman, his wife Margaret Devale, Charles Bailye gentleman, his wife Mary Bailye, James Deverge gentleman, his wife . . . . Deverge, all the last-named one hundred and twenty-seven persons being late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields co. Midd.; Jonas Tresser gentleman, his wife Dorothy Tresser, George Thimbleby gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Thimbleby, George Thimbleby (? junior) gentleman, Daniel Micarte gentleman, John Harris M.D., Olliver Olliver gentleman, his wife Jane Olliver, Mark Anthonye Devene picture-drawer, . . . . Petto gentleman, Francis Fennell picture-drawer, Francis Ducer picture-drawer, his wife Judith Ducer, Bartholomew Castell picture-drawer, Elizabeth Grey widow, Elizabeth wife of Richard Hobbes yeoman, Abigail wife of Henry Fisher gentleman, Sir Alexander Gurdinge knt., Frances Priswicke widow, Edward Dowell esq., Gilbert Gordinge gentleman, . . . . Demaline gentleman, Lewis Lord Gourdinge, Anne wife of Fardinand Shelley laborer, Barteram Brogley gentleman, his wife Katherine Brogley, Charles Lord Vieunilley, his wife . . . . Lady Vieunilley, all the last-named twenty-nine persons being late of St. Margaret's Westminster co. Midd.; Richard Wells gentleman, Mark Bellwood M.D., Francis Godfrey gentleman, Griffin Markham gentleman, John Elliott gentleman, his wife . . . . Elliott, Edward Henningham gentleman, Peter Delewe esq., Peter Metrulfe gentleman, Margaret Lady Mordaunt widow, Sir Charles Mannours knt., James Mordant gentleman, Charles Ventrisse gentleman, Frank Smithson gentleman, all the last-named fourteen persons being late of St. Mary's Savoy in-le-Strond co. Midd.; Robert Wigmore gentleman, George Horpoole gentleman, Thomas Power gentleman, Nicholas Frowman gentleman, Joseph Maynard gentleman, Sir Philip Knevett, knt., James Danyell gentleman, William Richardson apothecary, John Bany goldsmith, his wife Mary Bany, Blanch Lady Arrundell widow, Dimond Willett gentleman, Edward Lord Harberte, John Vaughan gentleman, Robert Redmore gentleman, Robert Owine gentleman, Lawrence Butler gentleman, his wife Bridget Butler, Frances wife of Richard Tottell gentleman, Richard Cliffe gentleman, Edmund Burke gentleman, John Wakeley gentleman, Thomas Brewer gentleman, George Ryth gentleman, his wife Clara Ryth, Mary Ryth spinster, Elizabeth Ryth spinster, The Most Noble Alathea Countess of Arrundell and Surrey wife of the Most Noble Thomas Earl of Arrundell and Surrey Earl Marshall of England, The Most Noble William Viscount Stafford, his wife Lady Mary Stafford, William Marsh gentleman, all the lastnamed thirty-one persons being late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd.; . . . . Clapton gentleman, Christopher Nappergentleman, Edward Eaton gentleman, Philip Lee gentleman, Thomas Champion apothecary, his wife Elizabeth Champion, Elizabeth Champion widow, Jasper Carwell gentleman, Thurelo Bryan gentleman, Charles Poole gentleman, his wife Joan Poole, . . . . Windsor gentleman, his wife . . . Windsor, Jane Coniers spinster, the Most Noble Lord Stoarton (sic), Francis Newgent gentleman, John Newgent gentleman, all the last-named seventeen persons being late of St. Dunstan's-in- West London co. Midd.; Sir Thomas Hawkins knt., William Hawkins gentleman, John Rouke gentleman, Mary Erswicke spinster, Elizabeth Hawkins spinster, Signior Amerego Salvette gentleman, his wife Signora Salvette, William Fartington labourer, Francis Mallitien labourer, Thomas Foster esq., Thomas Foster gentleman, Nicholas Foster gentleman Andrew Fryer gentleman, Thomas Pressen gentleman, Edward Dillon gentleman, Maurice Makdonell gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Makdonell, Richard Greenbury paynter, his wife Joan Greenbury, Theophilus Bird gentleman, his wife Anne Bird, Lawrence Barthollmew gentleman, Thomas Hewett gentleman, his wife Bridget Hewett, all the last-named twenty-four persons being late of St. Sepulchre's London co. Midd.; Elizabeth Lady Harwood widow, Thomas Brookes gentleman, his wife Mary Brookes, John Coleby gentleman, Henry West broker, his wife Elizabeth West, Penelope Lady Gage widow, John Gage gentleman, Anne Gage spinster, Henry Beckett esq., Meld Holwood gentleman, Walter Allen gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Allen, Alexander Enins gentleman, his wife Mary Enins, Joseph Quintin gentleman, Margaret Langworth widow, Robert Davenport gentleman, Sir John Symons knt., his wife Lady Katherine Symons, Lewis Hinde gentleman, his wife Mary Hinde, James Tompson gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Tompson, William Barnes musitian, his wife Joan Barnes, John Harwood gentleman, his wife Anne Harwood, John Fish gentleman, Sir Charles Smyth knt., his wife Elizabeth Lady Smyth, Frances Countess-Dowager of Portland, George Baily gentleman, Thomas Emery gentleman, and his wife Jane Emery, all the last-named thirty-five persons being late of St. James's Clarkenwell co. Midd.; John Pickeringe gentleman, Joan Greene widow, Elionore Quarlis widow, Henry Brookes gentleman, all four late of St. Giles's-without-Cripplegate co. Midd.; Philip Barnardo merchant, Francis Barnardo merchant, his wife Margaret Barnardo, John Baptiste Toprains merchant, all four late of St. Leonard's Shoreditch co. Midd.; Nicholas Lanier gentleman, his wife Elizabeth Lanier, Robert Etheridge labourer, Edward Leigh gentleman, his wife Mary Leigh, Hugh Pynner gentleman, his wife Margaret Pynner, all seven late of Chiswicke co. Midd.; Teague Corpen chimney-sweeper, John Welch chimney-sweeper, both late of Wapping co. Midd.; Richard Shewbread late of Kensington co. Midd. cook, . . . . Lady Mountgarrett widow and Thomas Le Folly yoman, both late of Newbrainford co. Midd.; Joan Cole late of Heston co. Midd. widow; Robert Hewett esq., his wife Mary Hewett, and Thomas Wheeler esq., all three late of Tottenham co. Midd.; Anne wife of James Berrowe gentleman, and . . . . Berrowe gentleman, both late of Hadley co. Midd.; Woolsey wife of George Braint late of Ealing co. Midd. yoman; Peter Greene merchant, Peter Pencavell gentleman, his wife Anne Pencavell, and Mary wife of John Ellis merchant, all three late of Ratcliffe in the parish of Stepney co. Midd.; Edward Rolfe musitian and his wife Hanna Rolfe, both late of Popler co. Midd.; Ferdinand Clowde lymner, his wife Lucretia Clowde, Lucretia Tartogen widow, and John Howe of Bishopshall in Bednollgreene esq., all four late of Bednollgreene co. Midd.; Thomas Bloomefeild . . . ., and his wife Joan Bloomefeild, both late of Spittlefeilds co. Midd.; John Bowells tobacco-pipe-maker, and Symon Smyth weaver both late of Ratcliffe Highway co. Midd.; Katherine Beesby late of Paddington co. Midd. widow; Anne Lady Spiller wife of Sir Henry Spiller late of Laleham co. Midd. knt.; Sir John le Hunt late of Rowington co. Warwick and his wife Penelope Lady le Hunt, both also described as late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd.; Anthony Crefeild late of St. Bartholomew's-without-Algate London co. Midd.; Nathaniel Jerrard jeweller and his wife Margaret Jerrard, both late of Fulham co. Midd.; William Ducy late of Islington co. Midd. gentleman; William Hill gentleman and John Rickson gentleman, both late of Fulham co. Midd.; Penelope Lady Gage late of St. James's Clarkenwell co. Midd. widow; Thomas Blomfeild late of Spittlefeilds co. Midd. gentleman; Jeremiah Hartehore yoman and Edward West weaver, both late of Whitechappell co. Midd.; George Barwicke late of Charterhouse Lane in St. Sepulchre's London co. Midd. yoman; Thomas Foster esq. and Richard Greenebury gentleman, both late of St. Sepulchre's London co. Midd.; John Penruddock late of Elinge co. Midd. gentleman; Anne Lady Conway of Paddington widow; Thomas Wappe gentleman and John Lawrence gentleman, both late of St. Pancras co. Midd.; John Waldron gentleman, William Jeffrye gentleman, Mary Lady Lewkner widow, all three late of St. Giles's-in-theFields co. Midd.—Over against a few of the names in this long list appear the following clerical annotations viz.:

(1.) Over the name of Robert Hewett St. Giles's-in-the-Fields gentleman appears "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Certiorar' retorn' in B. R's in termino S'c'i' Hill' 1640" = he produced the King's writ of Certiorari to be returned into the King's Bench in the term of St. Hilary 1640.

(2.) Over the name of Sir Edward Lentall knt. appears "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit, 25 Febr' 1640 pl'it' non cul' p' nomen Ed'i et 5° Maii 1641 Jurator' dicunt Cul'" = He appeared on 15 Jan. 1640, pleaded 'Not Guilty' on 25 Feb. 1640 by the name of Edmund, and on 5th May 1641 the jurors say Guilty.

(3.) Against the names of Lewis Richards gentleman and Mary his wife both late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields appears the marginal note "protuler' bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retourn' in banco R's in xva S'c'i' Hill, 1640" = they produced the King's writ of Certiorari to be returned in the King's Bench in the quindene of St. Hillary 1640.

(4.) Against the name of John Fortescue late of St. Giles's-in-theFields appears the marginal note "comp'uit in Sessione Janu. 1640" = he appeared in the Session of January 1640; whilst over the name appears the interlineal note "25 Febr. 1640 pl'it' Non Cul', et 5° Maii 1641 Jurator' dicunt Non Cul'" = On the 25th February 1640 he pleaded 'Not Guilty,' and on the 5th May 1641 the Jurors say 'Not Guilty.'

(5.) Over the name of Sir Rich. Minshall late of St. Giles's-in-theFields co. Midd. knt., appears the note "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit" = he appeared on 15 Jan. 1640, whilst in the margin one reads "protulit bre' de Cer' et alloca' p' Curiam Sess' Febr. 1640, r. in xva Pasche 1641" = he produced a writ of Certiorari and it is allowed by the Court at the February Session 1640, to be returned in the quindene of Easter 1641.

(6.) Over the name of Robert Hunt late of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields co. Midd. gentleman appears the minute "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Certiorari retorn' in B. R's. in Termino S'c'i' Hill' 1640."

(7.) Over the name of Mary Lady Rearsby late of St. Giles's-in-theFields co. Midd. appears the interlineal minute "Respr. comparenc' qa. infirm' prout patet p' sacrament. Rog'i Dams ser' eius, et 25 Febr. 1640 convict' existit qa. non comp'uit" = Her appearance is respited because she is infirm, as appears by the oath of her servant Roger Dams, and on 25th Feb. 1640 she stands convicted because she has not appeared.

(8.) Against the name of Andrew Browne late of St. Giles's-in-theFields co. Midd. esq. appears the marginal minute "comp'uit ad Sess' Janu' 1640 et pl't' ad Sess' Febr. sequen' Non Cul'" = he appeared at the Session of January 1640, and pleaded 'Not Guilty' at the Session of the following February; whilst over the name appears the interlineal minute "et 5° Maii 1641, Jurator' dicunt Cul'" = and on 5th May 1641, the Jurors say 'Guilty.'

(9.) Against the name of John Langford late of St. Andrew's Holborne co. Midd. gentleman appears this marginal minute "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Cer' Retorn' in B. R's in xva Pasche 1641 post convictionem" = he produced after conviction the King's writ of Certiorari to be returned in the quindene of Easter 1641.

(10.) Against the names of Henry Bardone late of St. Martin's-inthe-Fields co. Midd. surgeon and his wife Mary Bardone appears the marginal minute "protuler' bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retorn' in B. R's in xva S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(11.) Over the name of Mary Lady Lake late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. widow appears interlineal minute "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit et pl'itavit Non Cul' et Jurator' dicunt Non Cul'" = on the 15th January 1640 she appeared and pleaded 'Not Guilty,' and the Jurors say 'Not Guilty.'

(12.) Over the style of . . . . Lord Mountague late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields co. Midd. appears this interlineal minute, "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Certiorari retorn' in B. R's in Octab' S'c'i' Hill' 1640."

(13.) Over the name of Anthony Roberts late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. gentleman, appears this interlineal minute, "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retorn' in B. R's in xva S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(14.) Against the name of Anthony Bassett late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. appears the marginal minute "Convict'," whilst over his name there appears the interlineal minute, "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit, 25 Febr. 1640 pl'it Non Cul', et 5 Maii 1641 Juratores dicunt Cul'" = on the 15th January 1640 he appeared, on 25th February 1640 he pleaded 'Not Guilty,' and on 5th May 1641 the Jurors say 'Guilty.'

(15.) Over the name of Katherine Lady Windsor late of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields co. Midd. appears the interlineal minute "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Certiorari retorn' in B. R's in 8bis S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(16.) Over the name of Joseph Hider late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. . . . ., appears this interlineal minute "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25 Febr. 1640 convict' existit qa. nihil dicit" =On the 15th January 1640 he appeared, and on the 25th February 1640 he is convicted because he says nothing.

(17.) The same minute appears over the name of Ralph Standishe late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields gentleman, who in like manner appeared on 5 Jan. 1640, and was convicted on the 25th February 1640, because "he neither confessed the indictment, nor pleaded to it, but stood mute."

(18.) Over the name of Henry Johnson late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. gentleman, appears the interlineal minute, "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Certiorari retorn' in B. R's in Termino S'c'i. Hill' 1640."

(19.) Over the name of Juliett Fountaine late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. gentlewoman appears this interlineal minute, "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25° Febr. 1640 convict' existit qa. nihil dicit" = On 15th January 1640 she appeared, and on 25th of February 1640 she is convicted because she says nothing.

(20.) The same minute, as given and explained in the last entry, appears over the name of John Bucklie late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. gentleman.

(21.) Over the record touching ". . . . wife of Endimion Porter late of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields esq.", appears the interlineal minute "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit et postea protulit bre'de Cer'r' in xva Pasch' 1641."

(22.) Over the name of Henry Hinslowe late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. M.D. appears the minute "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25 Febr. 1640 convict' existit quia nihil dicit," whilst over his wife's name appears this minute, "Respr. comparencia usq' p'x' qa. pred' Henr' p'stitit sac'r'm suu' qd. non valeat comp'ire (sic) sine p'ic'lo mortis qa. infirm' existit, et 25° Febr. 1640 convict' existit qa. non comp'uit" = Her appearance is respited to the next Session, because the aforesaid Henry took his oath that she could not appear (of course 'comperire' should be 'comparere') without danger of death because she was ill, and on the 25th of February 1640 she is convicted because she did not appear.

(23.) Over the name of Sir John Winter late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. knt. appears the minute, "protulit bre' D'ni R'gis de Cer' retourn' in B. R'is in xva S'c'i Hill' 1640." The same minute appears over the name of Nicholas Devale late of St. Martin's-in-theFields co. Midd. gentleman; whilst over the name of his wife Margaret Devale appears the minute, "protulit bre' D'ni R'gis de Cer' Retourn' in B. R's in xva Pasch' 1641 post convicc'o'em."

(24.) Over the name of George Thimbleby late of St. Margaret's Westminster gentleman, and also over the name of George Thimbleby (? junior) of the same parish gentleman, appears the clerical minute "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit, 25 Febr. 1640 pl'it Non Cul', et 5 Maii 1641 Jurator' dicunt Cul'" = on 15th Jan. 1640 he appeared, on 25th Feb. 1640 he pleaded 'Not Guilty,' on 5th May 1841 the Jurors say 'Guilty.'

(25.) Over the name of Peter Delewe late of St. Mary's Savoy in Le Strond co. Midd. esq., appears the clerical minute, "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25° Febr. 1640 protulit bre' D'ni R's de Cer' r. in B. R's indilate" = On 15th Jan. 1640 he appeared, and on 25th Feb. 1640 he produced the King's writ of Certiorari to be returned into the King's Bench without delay.

(26.) Over the name of Frank Smithson late of St. Mary's Le Savoy co. Midd. gentleman appears the minute, "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit, 25° Febr. 1640 pl'it' Non Cul', et 5° Maii 1641 Jurator' dicunt Cul'."

(27.) Over the name of Blanch Lady Arrundell late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd. widow appears the note "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Certiorari retorn' in B. R's in 8bis S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(28.) Against the bracketed names of Edward Lord Harberte, John Vaughan gentleman, Robert Red more gentleman, and Robert Owine gentleman, all four late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd. appears the marginal minute "protuler' bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retorn' in B. R's indilite" (sic) "circa festu' Nativitatis D'ni 1640."

(29.) Over the name of Thomas Brewer late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd. gentleman, appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R'is de Certiorari retorn' in B. R'is 8bis S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(30.) Against the bracketed names of the Most Noble Lady Alathea Countess of Arrundell and Surrey, the Most Noble Viscount Stafford, his wife Lady Mary, and William Marsh gentleman, all four late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd., appears the marginal minute "protuler' bre' D'ni R's de Certiorar' retorn' B. R's in 8bis S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(31.) Over the name of Philip Lee late of St. Dunstan's in West London co. Midd. gentleman, appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retorn' in B. R's in termino Hill' 1640."

(32.) Over the name of Thomas Champion late of St. Dunstan's in West London apothecary, appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R'is de Certiorari retorn' in 8bis S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(33.) Over the style of the Most Noble . . . . Lord Stoarton (sic) late of St. Dunstan's in West London co. Midd., appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R'is de Cer' retorn' in B. R's indilite'' (sic) "circa festu' Nativitatis D'ni 1640."

(34.) Against the bracketed names of Signior Amerego Salvette gentleman, his wife . . . . Signora Salvette, William Fartington laborer and Francis Mallitien laborer, all four late of St. Sepulchre's London co. Midd., appears the marginal minute "protuler' bre' D'ni R'is de Cer' retorn' in B. R's in Termino S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(35.) Over the name of Richard Greenbury late of St. Sepulchre's London co. Midd. paynter, appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retorn' in B. R's in xva S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(36.) Over the name of Theophilus Bird late of St. Sepulchre's London co. Midd. gentleman, appears the clerical minute, "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25 Febr. 1640 protulit bre' D'ni R's de Cer' retorn' in B. R'is in xva Pasche 1641."

(37.) Over the name of Penelope Lady Gage widow, and over the name of John Gage gentleman, and over the name of Anne Gage spinster, all three late of St. James's Clerkenwell co. Midd., appears the clerical minute, "15 Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25° Febr. 1640 pl'it Non Cul', et 5° die Maii 1641 Jurator' dicunt Cul'."

(38.) Over the name of Sir Charles Smyth late of St. James's Clarkenwell co. Midd. knt., appears the minute "15° Januarii 1640 comparuit, et 25° Febr. 1640 protulit bre' D'ni R'is de Cer' r. in B. R's in xva Pasch' 1641."

(39.) Over the name of Robert Hewett late of Tottenham esq., appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R'is de Cer' retorn' in B. R's in xva S'c'i Hill' 1640."

(40.) Over the name of John Howe late of Bishop's Hall in Bednoll Greene co. Midd. esq., appears the clerical minute "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit et pl'itavit Non Cul', et 5° Maii 1641 Jurator' dicunt Non Cul'."

(41.) Over the name of Anne Lady Spiller wife of Sir Henry Spiller late of Laleham co. Midd. knt., appears the clerical minute "15° Januarii 1640 comp'uit, et 25° Febr. 1640 pl'it Non Cul', et 5 Maii Jurator' dicunt Cul' = On the 15th Jan. 1640 she appeared, and on 25th Feb. 1640 pleaded 'Not Guilty,' and on 5th May the jurors say that she is 'Guilty.'

(42.) Over the name of William Ducy late of Islington co. Midd. gentleman, appears the clerical minute "15° Januarii 1640, comp'uit et pl'itavit, et Jurator' dicunt Non Cul'."

(43.) Over the name of William Evers late of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd. gentleman, appears the clerical minute "protulit bre' D'ni R'is de Certiorari retorn' in B. R'is in 8bis S'c'i Hill' 1640."

As the name of every individual, to whom mere gentility or any higher quality is assigned by the record, has been extracted from the long list of fourteen hundred and thirty individuals, it will be easy for the student to see from the extracted names in what degree the entire body of the Middlesex recusants consisted of persons superior to the mere commonalty of the county.

To preserve them from an erroneous inference, it may also be well to warn non-legal readers not to infer from the words "late of &c." in a recusant's description, that he had terminated his connection with the parish, to which he is said to have lately belonged. The introduction of the words "nuper de &c. = late of &c." into the description of an indicted person was instituted as a precautionary measure against a possible plea of misdescription in respect to the offender's place of abode. In ninety-nine out of every hundred cases, the indicted recusant had his abode in the place or places to which he is said to have lately belonged. The clerk, 'who kept' the one extant Indictments' Process Book temp. Charles I., 'kept' it in a very slovenly way. Sometimes he used "nuper de" in and sometimes omitted the words from his brief descriptions of recusants; but the "nuper de" always figured in the indictments drawn from the slovenly entries of what may be called the "sessional docket-book."