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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Cox 131930 & 1313931

131930. Henry Etwell & 131931. Agnes ? {Cox}

Henry, of Puttenhoe in Goldington, Bedfordshire.

8/24/1426, “Grant in fee, by Nicholas Lawe, son and heir of William Lawe, …, to Henry Etwell, of all the lands, tenements, burgages, meadows, pasture and reversions when they arise, which he has in the township and territory of Clyfton or elsewhere within the County of Chester. Witnesses: …, John Etwell. Given at Notyngham, …”. (S) UKNA.

6/3/1429-30, “Grant by Henry Etwelle and Agnes his wife, to Thomas Palmere of Otford, John Chymbham and Henry Rowe of the county of Kent …”. (S) UKNA.

10/21/1431-32, “Demise by Henry Etwell, gentleman, …, to John Cotyer of the same, husbandman, of his manor of 'le Rye' in Otteford, and of a yearly rent of one quarter of beer-barley: Kent.” (S) UKNA.

1437, Henry served on 2 commissions of peace for Bedfordshire. (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.

2/17/1439, at a Star Chamber meeting headed by the Duke of Gloucester Henry Etwell testified. (S) English Historical Documents 1327–1485, Douglas, 1996, P430.

1449-51, Henry, Governor of Lincoln’s Inn. “Ordered that Henry Etwell may possess and enjoy his chamber in which he now lives and sleeps …”.

1454-55, Henry, Governor of Lincoln’s Inn.

1460-65, “John Yarman and Alice his wife. v. Henry Etwell, father of the said Alice, and Thomas Snell.: Shops, &c. in Old Fish Street, and an alleged forged deed.: London.” (S) UKNA.

1466, “I, Henry Etwell, do promise to continue one vacation in manner and form aforesaid, …”.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P187. (S) The Records of the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, 1897.

Children of Henry and Agnes:

i. Joan Etwell (65965), born ~1445 in England.

ii. Alice Etwell, born ? in England.
Alice married John Yarman.

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