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Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Mayor Robert Horn & Joan Fabian

 475294. Mayor Robert Horn & 475295. Joan Fabian

~1412, Robert Horne born in England.

8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.

~1435, Joan born in England, d/o §§Edward Fabian.

9/21/1437, Robert Horn, a commoner, elected as an Auditor of the accounts of the Chamberlain and Wardens of London. (S) Cal. of Letter-Books of London, 1911, Folio 171.

5/20/1439, Robert Horn and John de Vache, fishmongers, … went into the Court of the lord the King in the Chamber of the Guildhall before Stephen Broun, the Mayor, and the Aldermen, and entered into bond with John Chichele, the Chamberlain, for the repayment of the sum of £100 to the Chamberlain by Thomas, son of John Seynt John, late ‘lyngearmorer.’

7/24/1439, Robert Horn, a merchant of London, an executor of the will of Richard Bokland. (S) CPRs.

7/4/1441, William Cicill citizen of London to … Witnesses: John Pattesley mayor of London, … Robert Horne, … (S) CCRs.

6/3/1445, Commission in like terms to Robert Horn, … to levy and collect the 15th and 10th in the city and suburbs of London. (S) CFRs.

3/16/1446, Robert Horn a justice of goal delivery of Neugate prison. (S) CPRs.

1446, Robert Horn the Mayor of London. (S) New Hist. & Survey of London, Smith, 1833, P413.

7/16/1446, Commission to Robert Horn, alderman, …, to levy and collect the 15th and 10th in the city and suburbs of London. (S) CFRs.

5/26/1447, Robert Horn a sheriff of London. (S) CPRs. [Multiple records for 1447.]

5/1450, An uprising known as Jack Cade's Rebellion in which practically every man in Kent participated. [The whole rebellion lasted little about 2 months and included a battle against King Henry VI’s troops on London Bridge.]

7/2/1450, The Mayor called a Common Council at Guildhall to address whether or not the rebels should be let into the city. Robert Horn, and alderman and fishmonger, bodly and strenuously opposed letting them in. [That afternoon the rebels took London bridge.] (S) New Hist. & Survey of London, Smith, 1833, P402.

9/21/1452, Robert Horn and Alderman at the Guildhall for the election of sheriffs for London.

10/8/1453, Robert Horn and Alderman at the Guildhall when they decided that ‘Berebruers’ make their vessels according to the assize, and have them stamped with their own iron marks, and that they sell their beer at prices prescribed and by sealed measures ‘full of clier bere wythoute vyall.’

~1457, Robert died.

Joan married 2nd John Fettiplace.

8/1464, John died.

Joan married 3rd, John Estbury, of Antwick's Manor in Berkshire.

(S) Cal. of Letter-Books of London, 1911, Folios 171, 174, 263, 269. (S) Plantagenet Ancestory, 2nd Ed, Bessiles.

Family notes:

·         There is a late contemporary ‘Robert Horn’, esq., sheriff of Kent.

Child of Robert and Joan:

i. Anne Horne (237647), born ~1455 in Kent, England.

Child of John Fettiplace and Joan:

i. Richard Fettiplace, esq, born ~1465 in Kent, England.

Richard married Elizabeth, heiress of William Bessiles & Alice Harcourt.

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