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The Register
of
Milson.

Milson Registers.

MILSON is a scattered parish in South Shropshire, bounded by those of Neen Solars on the south and east, Cleobury Mortimer on the north, and Coreley on the west. It touches on Worcestershire at one southern point.

The village is 11 miles from Ludlow, and lies on the road from Tenbury to Cleobury Mortimer, 4 miles from the latter.

It is in the Hundred of Overs, rural deanery of Burford, archdeaconry of Ludlow, and diocese of Hereford.

In 1086, it is mentioned as a berewick of Neen Solars, though in a different hundred, Neen being at that date in Condetret Hundred, and Milson in Overs.

Domesday, after stating this fact, says: Here are three and half hides geldable. The arable land is enough for six ox-teams. Here three Radmans and three Villeins have three teams. In King Edward's time it was worth 14s. (per annum) now it is worth 10s. Osbern fitz Richard (also lord of Neen Solars) found it waste.

The chief tenants of the Barons of Richard's Castle at Mulstone, as the word was originally written, occur in the 12th century as taking their name from the place. They held the Vill under the Barons till at least the close of the 13th century, when it seems to have been inherited by members of the Goddard family, and in 1350, Robert Partrich held a considerable estate here.

In 1327, the lay Subsidy Roll gives the names of eleven tenants at Milson, all comparatively well-to-do. Christiana de Mulston was the lowest assessment, but it is possible that she was connected with the early owners. Amicia Godard, Walter de Malleye (Hawley), Richard de Paterclive (? Partrich), Philip de Perye and Richard the Miller, were all rated at 2s. and over, and 2 worth of moveable goods would in those days represent a value of over 50 in modern money. (This subsidy, granted to Edward III., was that of a twentieth of all moveable goods, except the horses, armour, plate and jewels of knights, they being already amerced in other ways for the French Wars.) Roger and Robert de Hull, William de Ferne, Hugh de Lutteley, and Richard Bercar (i.e., Shepherd) were less well off than those first mentioned, but they were still distinctly prosperous.

Blakeway's MSS. in the Bodleian Library gives the following account of Milson:- ...*

" Milstone does not occur in Testa de Nevill, but in the book of Fees, 23 Edward I. John Goddoure and William son of Hugh (perhaps Hugh de Frene, coparcener of Neen Solers) held Multon for half a knight's fee of Robert de Mortimer. Hugh Gower held Multon in 9 Edward II. In 12 Edward III. William de Frene granted his lands in Mulston to John Goddard and Margaret his wife. In 2 Henry V. a fine is levied of the Manor of Mulston, Thomas Lygon, complainant, and Richard Bulle and Cecile his wife, deforciants. In 23 Henry VI. Henry Lochard, esq.,

* Blakeway's Salop M.S.S. H to N, pages 245-246. For this extract we are indebted to the Rev. Canon Fletcher, Vicar of Wimborne Minster.

iv. MILSON REGISTERS.

lord of the manor, levies a fine of it. In 16 Edward IV. a fine is levied of the manor of Mulston, Richard Littleton, complainant, and Walter Cresset and Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of John Holton, deforciants; in which it was acknowledged to be the right of the said Richard: notwithstanding which fine, his father Sir Thomas, the celebrated author of the Tenures, in his will dated 22 August, 1481, bequeaths to his said son " the reversion of the Manor of Molston besyde Clybery in the County of Shrewsbury "; and in the same year my authorities if correct state Cresset and his wife, who appear to have passed the manor away by fine five years before, to be still possessing it. However, Mr. Littleton appears to have ultimately succeeded to the Manor. He was second son of the Judge, and ancester of the baronets of Pillaton in Staffordshire. Francis Littleton, a younger brother of his great-grandson, Sir Edward Littleton, is styled of this place, and left issue.

The Manor of Milston afterwards became the property of a family named Hunt. See Harl. MS., 1396.

John Hunt, of Milston. = Joan Archer of Aberley, co. Worc.
Thomas Hunt of Milston. = Elizabeth Hervey of Whitton, co. Salop.
John Hunt, serjeant at arms = Sarah, daughter of Richard Hunt.
to King Charles I., afterwards to I Richard Billet of Suffolk.
the Parliament.
Henry Hunt, aged 16 in 1635. (bur. at Milson, 1692.)

No Arms could be proved, yet Serjeant Hunt was buried with escutcheons, party per pale indented a saltire counterchanged. Apparently the Serjeant's issue failed.

Richard Hunt = Elizabeth, sister of Thomas Powys of Henley,
Serjeant at law.
Elizabeth Hunt, born 24 December, 1654 = John Edwards. died 2 December, 1727.

Elizabeth, widow of Richard Hunt, married secondly Henry Mytton, esq., of Shipton, to whose son Thomas his half-sister Mrs. Edwards devised the manor and courthouse of Milston, and they are now the property of his grandson Thomas Mytton, esq., of North Cleobury.

The Rev. J. B. Blakeway thus takes the history of the manor down to the early 19th century. Since his time the estate has passed to the Tomkinson family. Thomas Mytton, of Cleobury North, who died in 1829, left a son, Henry George, and four daughters.

The Hunt family of Longnor (afterwards of Boreatton) bore the arms ascribed to Sergeant Hunt, differenced by a crescent to show a younger branch. One of this family also, Richard Hunt, was a serjeant-at-arms in 1623. One account gives Ryton in Condover parish as the original home of the Myttons of Shipton. If this were so, and the Hunts of Milson came of the same stock as those of Longnor (also in the old parish of Condover), there may have been an inherited friendship between the families.

Members of the Hunt family continued to live at Milson into the 8th century. William Hunt, whose son, Fabian, was buried on March 6, 1683-4, seems to have lived till 1718, and another Fabian Hunt was buried in 1721. William Hunt was a churchwarden in 1700, 1707 and 1715. An earlier William Hunt was buried in 1691, and Henry Hunt (apparently the Henry aged 16 in 1635) was buried in 1692. The last of the name in the registers is Martha Hunt, buried in 1741.

MILSON REGISTERS. v.

In 1553, Edward VI. commissioners reported that at Mylstone Chapel, Richard Luce was parson, and Humphrey Sym ... (half the name is illegible) and Harry Wyggemore, church wardens. They were held responsible for the safe keeping of three bells of one accord, and a chalice of silver with a paten, parcell gilt.

One of the old three bells still remains. It is probably of 14th century date but bears no inscription. The second bell was cast by Abraham Rudhall in 1698, and the third is apparently of the 17th century, but uninscribed. A small bell, cast by Abraham Rudhall, seems to have been added in 1723.

At the time of the Commonwealth, Milson was placed in the fifth Shropshire Classis, which was practically that of Ludlow. In 1676, the parish had 62 inhabitants above the age of 16, all " Conformists.'

The list of clergy and patrons of the living is identical with that of Neen Solars, given in the introduction to that register.

The Registers extant contain few items of interest. The prefix " Mr." is given in 1782 to Thomas Yarranton who is noted as having died on the same day as his son was born, and 4 years later, Mr. John Yarranton is mentioned. Mr. Legas occurs in 1701, and Mr. Sheppard in 1702, probably the latter was identical with Mr. Richard Sheppard who was one of the churchwardens in 1695, and who died in 1711, and the former with Sebastian Legas, warden in 1694. Mr. John Yarranton is mentioned in the Neen Solars register as having been married at Neen Savage on April 24, 1783.

There are a few unusual names: Fabian, Ferdinando, Vincent, Fishley, and Ambrose, among masculine ones, and Fabia, Amiab, Sebra, Timothea, and Drusilla in feminine.

The only registers now extant are:

I. The book of baptisms dating from 1706-1812. It contains the entries of marriages to 1753, and one of 1812.

II. The volume of burials which begins in 1678, and for the first 5 the years entries carefully record in full the affidavit of the burial in woollen.

III. The Marriage Register of 1756-1809 in the ordinary paper book.

The Parish Register Abstract of 1831 gives: " Milson P.C. No. 1 (parchment), Bap., 1716-1812; No. II., Bur., 1678-1812; No. III., Mar., 1756-1809. No other registers can be found."

Probably earlier extracts could be obtained from the Bishop's Transcripts at Hereford.

Milson and Neen have been intimately connected since the 11th century, and probably longer. Their churches were held as one Rectory, and we have no list of separate incumbents of Milson. There is documentary record of the existence of the Church of Neen in the 13th century, and the architecture of Milson goes back to the 12th century, or possibly the close of the 11th. There are two early stone slabs near the door. The inscribed cross on the one in the porch is of rather unusual design.

The Church of St. George consists of chancel and nave of Norman date, and a tower of late 12th or early 13th century stone work with a timber roof, old, but probably not co-eval with the base. There is a picturesque timber porch of the 14th century, and some modern additions in the chancel roof and the east window. The latter was in a ruinous condition when rebuilt by the Rev. J. Baker.

vi. MILSON REGISTERS.

It is remarkable that although the parishes of Milson and Neen Solars have been so intimately connected the estates have been quite separate, and no names except those of the clergy seem found in both registers. No Hunt entries occur at Neen Solars, and no Coningsby ones at Milson, Mistress Joyce Jeffreys (the daughter of Henry Jeffreys of Ham Castle in the Teme Valley, and his wife Anne, the widow of John Coningsby of Neen), who inherited the interest of her half-brother, Humphrey Coningsby in Neen, seems to have had no connection with Milson.

The Registers were copied by Mr. T. R. Horton, and the copy has been collated with the original by the Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher. They are here printed by the kind permission of the Rev. E. J. Newell, Rector of Milson and Neen Solars.

H. M. AUDEN, F.R. HIST. S.
ALDERDENE,
CHURCH STRET TON,
July, 1915.

Milson Parish Registers.

Register of Baptisms for Milson.
[Written on outside of cover.]

[Inside the cover:]
Anno Domini 1737.

Thos. Rowberry & Ann Davis were married Dec. 18th.

This is a true Copy of the Register.
Witness my hand Wm. H., 3d porcioner, of Burford.

Saml. Porter & Hannah Griffiths were married by Banns 4th June, 1740. Copied from the Parish Register of Rock this 20th day of July, 1740, by J. M.

Baptized in Milson, Males from 1558 to 1658 ... 084
Baptized in Milson, Females in yt. time ... 084
Burials there in yt. time ... 125
Marriages there in yt time ... 023

THE REGISTER BOOK OF THE PARISH OF MILSON CONTAINING ALL
WEDDINGS AND CHRISTENINGS WITHIN THE SAID PARISH SINCE
MARCH YE 24TH, 1706.

1707, Mar. 25. Sarah, d. of Thomas Jones, Clerk, & Sarah.

EDWARD CROW & WILLIAM HUNT, Ch. W.
THOS. JONES, Rector [signs to 1751].

1708, May 5. Humphrey Davis & Elizabeth Bromly, Banns ... mar.
" July 16. Thomas, s. of John Wastal & Mary ... bap.
" Nov. 10. John, s. of Humphrey Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Feb. 22. Susanna, d. of Thomas Chambers & Susanna ... bap.
" Mar. 1. Martha, b. d. of Martha Geers ... bap.

THOMAS DOSSET, RICHARD ENGLISH, Ch. W.

1709, May 22. William Rud, p. Bitterley, & Jane James, of this p., by Banns ... mar.
" Aug. 6. Richard, s. of Richard Bromly & Mary ... bap.

2 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1709

1709, Dec. 11. Elizabeth, d. of Humphry Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.

RICHARD SHEPHERD, EDWARD PITT, Ch. W.

1710, June 18. William, s. of Richard Howls & Ann ... bap.
" July 25. John, s. of John Nash & Martha ... bap.
" Nov. 21. James Eckley, p. Weobly, & Ann Shaw, of the p. of Eye, were married by lic.

WILLIAM DAVIS, WILLIAM NASH, Ch. W.

1711, Apr. 3. Mary, d. of Humphrey Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Sep. 16. Catherine, d. of Thomas Chambers & Susanna ... bap.
" Nov. 25. Elizabeth, d. of John Nash & Martha ... bap.

THOMAS CHAMBERS & WILLIAM LOW.

1712, May 1. Aaron York & Ursula Progers ... mar.
" May 7. Ann, d. of John & Ann Coates ... bap.
" May 24. Mary, d. of Charles & Ann Nash ... bap.
" Aug. 10. Thomas, s. of Richard & Ann Howls ... bap.
" Aug. 24. Elizabeth, d. of Richard Bromly & Mary ... bap.
" Oct. 26. Elizabeth, d. of Joseph & Deborah Walker ... bap.
" Nov. 9. Thomas, s. of John & Martha Nash ... bap.

THOMAS DOSSET, WILLIAM DREW, Ch. W.

1713, May 24. Samuel, s. of Humphrey Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.
" May 31. Samuel, s. of Charles & Ann Nash ... bap.
" Nov. 2. William, s. of John & Martha Nash ... bap.
" Nov. 23. John Cowell & Fortune Hemins were ... mar. by Banns.
" Jan. 12. John Dukes & Elizabeth Box were ... mar. by Banns.
" Mar. 23. Elizabeth, d. of Elizabeth Botfield, a bastard child.

JOHN WASTAL, CHARLES NASH, Ch. W.

1714, July 20. Thomas Richards & Jone Fisher, were ... mar. by Banns.
" Feb. 13. Thomas, s. of Joseph & Deborah Walker ... bap.
" Feb. 26. Humphrey Bowen & Martha Hill ... mar.
Sidney Morrice & Elizabeth Palmer ... mar.

JOHN WASTAL, JOHN NASH. Ch. W.

1721] Milson. 3

1715, Mar. 25. Edward, s. of Richard Howls & Ann ... bap.
" Mar. 27. Mary, d. of Richard Bromley & Mary ... bap.
" Apr. 18. Ann, d. of Humphry Davies & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Apr. 27. Thomas Broome & Elizabeth Monk ... mar.
" June 5. John, s. of Charles & Ann Nash ... bap.
" Sep. 9. Richard Woodyatt & Joane Downs ... mar.
" Nov. 6. Martha, d. of John & Martha Nash ... bap.

RICHARD WALKER, WILLIAM HUNT, Ch. W.

1716, May 5. William Yarranton & Joan Pitt ... mar.
" June 28. Thomas, s. of Thomas Chambers & Susanna ... bap.
" Sep. 9. Richard, a bastard child of Mary Godson ... bap.
" Oct. 14. Elizabeth, d. of Eleanor Crow ... bap.
" Mar. 4. John Fisher & Jane Butcher ... mar.
" Mar. 7. William, s. of William & Joan Yerrington ... bap.

THOMAS DOSSET, RICHARD HOWLS, C. W.

1717, Nov. 10. Mary, d. of Joseph & Deborah Walker ... bap.
" Dec. 15. Samuel, s. of Richard Howls & Ann ... bap.
" Jan. 19. Susanna, d. of Humphry Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.

EDWARD PITT, JOSEPH WALKER, Ch. W.

1718, Nov. 16. Charles, s. of John Nash & Martha ... bap.
" Nov. 28. John, s. of Joseph Priece & Margaret ... bap.
" Mar. 5. Richard, s. of Richard Bromly & Mary ... bap.

WILLIAM NASH, WILLIAM DAVIS, Ch. W.

1719, Apr. 15. John Crow & Ann Russell ... mar.
" Feb. 7. Ann, d. of Richard Howls & Ann ... bap.
" Mar. 1. William Nash & Margaret Wastal were ... mar.

THOS. CHAMBERS, WILLIAM LOW, Ch. W.

1720, Apr. 3. John, s. of John Crow & Ann ... bap.
" Apr. 26. William Gough & Elizabeth Nash ... mar.
" May 5. John Hardman & Ann Hughes ... mar.
" Jan. 21. Elizabeth, d. of John Coats & Ann ... bap.
" Feb. 21. Thomas & Margret, s. & d. of John & Martha Nash, being twins ... bap.

THO. DOSSETT & WILL. DREW, Ch. W.

1721, June 18. Ann, d. of John Hardman & Ann ... bap.

4 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1721

1721, Oct. 16. Mary, d. of George Paget & Mary ... bap.
" Mar. 16. Benjamin, s. of Humphry Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.

JOHN WASTALL, CHAS. NASH, C. W.

1722, Oct. 7. Richard, s. of John Crow & Ann ... bap.

JOHN NASH, JOHN WASTALL, Ch. W.

1723, Apr. 12. Mary, d. of Thomas Pointer & Eleanor ... bap.
" Apr. 18. John, s. of John Hardman & Ann ... bap.
" May 30. John Andrews & Ann Wyre ... mar.
" Sep. 29. Benjamin, s. of Richard Howls & Ann ... bap.
" Dec. 4. George, s. of George & Mary Paget ... bap.
" Dec. 28. Thomas, s. of Edward & Joice Mantle ... bap.

RICH. WALKER, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.

1724, Apr. 26. Hannah, d. of Humphry Davis & Elizabeth ... bap.
" May 1. John Wastall, p. Lucton, & Mary Walker, of this p., lic. ... mar.
" May 21. Thomas Waddington & Susanna Dossett ... mar.
" Dec. 23. John Bodenham, p. Lindrige, & Sarah Jones, of this p., lic. ... mar.
" Jan. 10. Luke Priece & Mary Worrall ... mar.
" Feb. 13. Mary, d. of John Wastal & Mary ... bap.

THOMAS DOSSETT & RICHARD OWLS, Ch. W.

1723, Apr. 18. Ann, d. of John Crow & Ann ... bap.
" Apr. 20. Thomas, s. of John Wall & Elizabeth ... bap.
" July 13. Andrew Perkins, p. Cleobury Mortimer, & Ann Lewis, p. Kinlet, lic. ... mar.
" July 15. John Starie, p. Burford, & Elizabeth Hall, of the p. of Bayton, lic. ... mar.
" Sep. 19. Jane, d. of John Hardman & Ann ... bap.
" Sep. 26. Diana, d. of Fabian Jones & Jane ... bap.
" Oct. 26. William Low & Elizabeth Hardman ... mar.
" Jan. 3. John, s. of George & Mary Padgett ... bap.

EDWARD PITT, JOHN WALL, Ch. W.

1726, Apr. 26. Richard Howls & Hannah Cook ... mar.
" Dec. 28. Thomas, s. of William Ball & Joke ... bap.
" Jan. 22. Samuel, s. of John & Martha Nash ... bap.
" Jan. 24. Elizabeth, d. of John Wall & Elizabeth ... bap.

WM. NASH, RICHARD OWLS, Ch. W.

1739] Milson. 5

1734, Apr. 30. Richard Lewis, p. Eastham, & Sarah [blank], p. of Neen Sollers ... mar.
" May 25. William, s. of William Ball & Joice ... bap.
" May 26. Martha, d. of Francis Price & Fabia ... bap.
" June 3. John, s. of John Hardman & Joice ... bap.
" Nov. 17. Joice, d. of Humphry Hardman & Joice ... bap.
" Dec. 14. John, s. of John Hemins & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Dec. 16. Elizabeth, d. of Charles Nash & Ann ... bap.

JOHN NASH, WILLIAM NASH, Ch. W.

1735, Mar. 25. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Ridly & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Sep. 9. William Warral & Jane Kendall, Banns ... mar.
" Jan. 2. Edward, s. of Francis Price & Fabia ... bap.

WM. LOW for Chambers, BEN. NEWELL, Ch. W.

1736, Apr. 30. Lydia, d. of Charls. Nash & Ann ... bap.
" May 30. Walter Tolley & Elizabeth Meredith ... mar.
" Sep. 19. John, s. of Thomas Tilham & Ann ... bap.
" Oct. 24. Elizabeth, d. of John Hardman & Joice ... bap.
" Mar. 11. Eleanor, d. of Richard Dossett & Mary ... bap.

WM. NASH, RICH. DOSSETT, Ch. W.

1737, May 3. John, s. of Benjamin Newall & Ann ... bap.
" Aug. 20. Elizabeth, d. of Mary Price ... bap.
" Dec. 4. Ann, d. of Charls. Nash & Ann ... bap.
" Dec. 12. William, s. of Thomas Ridly & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Jan. 19. Susannah, d. of Walter Tolley & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Feb. 23. John, s. of John & Elizabeth Oxenboold ... bap.

CHARLES NASH, CHARLS. WASTALL, Ch. W.

1738, May 24. Ferdinando Curdalc & ,Susanna Smith, lic. ... mar.
" Feb. 3. John, s. of John & Elizabeth Hemins ... bap.

JOHN NASH, CHARLES WASTALL, Ch. W.

1739, June 8. Elizabeth, d. of Ben. Newall & Ann ... bap.
" July 8. Thomas, s. of Thomas Nichols & Susanna ... bap.
" Aug. 12. Charles, s. of Charls. Jones & Mary ... bap.
" Ang. 25. John, s. of Charts. Nash & Ann ... bap.
" Nov. 8. Richard, s. of Richard Dorsett & Mary ... bap.
" Nov. 8. Mary, d. of Richard Dorsett & Mary ... bap.

6 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1739

1739, Feb. 7. Sarah, d. of Elizabeth Griffith, a bastard child ... bap.
" Feb. 14. Mary, d. of Tho. Ridly & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Feb. 18. Sarah, d. of John Oxenboold & Elizabeth ... bap.

CHARLS. NASH, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.

" Aug. 14. John, s. of John Shepheard & Mary ... bap.

CHARLS. NASH, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.
JOHN NASH, CHARLS. WASTALL, Overseers, 1740.

1740, Mar. 31. Richard Penny & Mary Meredith ... mar.
" May 27. Abigail, d. of Thomas Rowbry & Ann ... bap.
" Sep. 26. John, s. of Thomas & Ann Dallard ... bap.
" Nov. 20. Thomas, s. of Charls. Nash & Ann ... bap.

THO. PYTT, BEN. NEWALL, Ch. W.

1741, Apr. 22. Mary, d. of Richard Wheeler & Sarah ... bap.
" Apr. 29. Ann, d. of Thomas Ridly & Elizabeth ... bap.

WM. NASH, & SHEPHERD, of ye Pool, Churchwardens.
WHEELER & BURGES, Overseers.

1742, May 16. John Miles & Mary Bromly ... mar.
" June 10. John, s. of Richard Burgess & Mary ... bap.
" June 29. Sarah, d. of Charls. Nash & Ann ... bap.
" Sep. 12. Edward, d. of Richard Wheeler & Sarah ... bap.
" Nov. 19. Mary, d. of Ann Hardman, junr., a bastard child ... bap.
" Jan. 22. Elizabeth, d. of Elizabeth Gower, a bastard child ... bap.
" Jan. 2. Richard Crow & Elizabeth Wyer ... mar.

THO. HARVOTT & WIDD. CHAMBERS, Ch. W.

1743, Apr. 21. Abigal, d. of John Shepheard & Mary ... bap.
" May 14. Margret, d. of John Nash & Elizabeth ... bap.
1744, Apr. 12. Richard Lewis & Susannah Reynolds ... mar.
" May 18. Mary, d. of John Miles & Mary ... bap.
" May 27. John, s. of Richard Crow & Elizabeth ... bap.
" June 23. Ann, d. of Tho. Coats & Mary ... bap.
" July 1. Walter, s. of Richard Penny & Mary ... bap.
" Sep. 3. James, s. of Richard Wheeler & Sarah ... bap.
" Nov. 23. Mary, d. of John Oxenboold & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Feb. 7. Sarah, d. of Thomas Ridly & Elizabeth ... bap.

1750] Milson. 7

1744, July 15. Ann, d. of Thomas Rowbry & Ann ... bap.

WM. NASH, RICH. WHEELER, Ch. W.

1745, Apr. 18. Elizabeth, d. of Richard Burges & Mary ... bap.
" May 20. Thomas, s. of John Davis & Hannah ... bap.
" Oct. 27. Walter, s. of Ann Hardman, a bastard child ... bap.
" Jan. 6. Elizabeth, d. of John Nash & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Feb. 1. Richard, s. of John Miles & Mary ... bap.
" Feb. 10. John Knott & Sarah Bodenham, both of ye parish of Lindridge, lic. ... mar.

CHARLS. NASH, CHARLES WASTALL, Ch. W.

1746, Oct. 12. Susannah, d. of Richard Penny & Mary ... bap.
" Nov. 23. John, s. of John Davies & Hannah ... bap.
" Jan. 4. Ann, d. of Richard Crow & Elizabeth ... bap.

CHARLS. WASTALL, JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1747, May 24. Ann, d. of John Oxenhoold & Elizabeth ... bap.
" June 15. William Ellis & Martha Mantle ... mar.
" Sep. 13. John, s. of John Nash & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Feb. 13. John, s. of Thomas Wassal & Sarah ... bap.
" Feb. 14. Jane, d. of Thomas Rowbry & Ann ... bap.
" Mar. 17. Edward, s. of John Davis & Hannah ... bap.

CHARLES NASH, RICHARD BURGES, Ch. W.

1748, July 3. Elizabeth, d. of John Miles & Mary ... bap.
" Sep. 4. Jane, d. of John Hardman & Ann ... bap.

THO. HERVOTT, RICH. BURGESS, Ch. W.
1749. PYTT & NEWAL [afterwards crossed out] Overseers of poor.
C. NASH, of ye pool.

" Mar. 30. Edward [Richard erased], s. of Richard Penny & Mary ... bap.
" Mar. 31. Sarah, d. of Richard Penny & Mary ... bap.
" Apr. 2. Thomas, s. of Thomas Wastall & Sarah ... bap.
" July 23. Mary, d. of Richard Burges & Mary ... bap.
" Aug. 13. [blank], d. of Richard Crow & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Sep. 26. Richard Dean & Mary Perkins, lic. ... mar.
" Oct. 29. Martha, d. of John Nash & Elizabeth ... bap.

BEN. NEWAL, THO. PYTT, Ch. W.

1750, Mar. 25. Margaret, d. of John & Mary Miles ... bap.
" Aug. 21. Priscilla, d. of John Hardman & Ann ... bap.
" Feb. 28. Charles Wastal was ... bur.

THO. JONES, Rectr.

8 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1751

1751, May 12. Mary, d. of Thomas & Sarah Wastal ... bap.
" May 18. William, s. of John & Elizabeth Oxenboold ... bap.
" Nov. 10. Richard, s. of Richard & Mary Peny ... bap.
" Feb. 20. Hannah, d. of Richard & Mary Burgess ... bap.
" Feb. 24. Ann, d. of John & Mary Miles ... bap.
1752, Mar. 30. William, s. of Richard & Elizabeth Crow ... bap.
" May 13. William, s. of John & Elizabeth Nash ... bap.
" Nov. 29. Elizabeth, d. of Mary Blanton & Joseph Edwards ... bap.

[From 1753 the marriages are entered in a separate book and baptisms only in this.]

1753, Apr. 20. Ann, d. of John & Ann Andrews ... bap.
1753, Sep. 23. Elizabeth, d. of Thos. Wastal & his wife ... bap.
1754, May 26. Thomas, s. of Thomas & Mary Cotes ... bap.
Ann, d. of John & Elizabeth Oxenbold
[afterwards crossed out].
" Aug. 11. Richard, s. of Richard & Eliz. Crow ... bap.
" Sep. 8. Mary, d. of William Nash & Nancy ... bap.
" Sep. 22. Joyce, d. of John Hardman & Anne ... bap.
" Nov. 10. Martha, d. of Willm. & Ann Didlick ... bap.
" Nov. 24. Agnes, d. of Bartholomew & Amiah Smith ... bap.
1755, Feb. 18. Timothy, s. of Thomas & Elizabeth Harvatt ... bap.
" June 1. Thomas, s. of John & Elizabeth Nash ... bap.
" July 27. Thomas, s. of John & Eliz. Williams.
" Aug. 24. Margaret, d. of Thomas & Sarah Wastall.
1756, Feb. 22. William. s. of Benjamin Wilden & Anne.
" Nov. 28. Mary, d. of Richard Penny & Mary.
1757, Apr. 17. Eleanor, d. of Richard Crowe & Elisabeth.
" Oct. 9. Elisabeth, d. of John Williams & Elisabeth.
" Nov. 20. Susanna, d. of Thomas Coates & Mary.
" Dec. 18. Jane, d. of William Meyrick & Alice.
" Dec. 26. Elisabeth, d. of Benjamin Wilden & Ann.

EDWARD BAUGH, Rector [signs to 1794.

1758, Jan. 7. Edward, s. of Edward Baugh & Margaret
[afterwards crossed out].

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1758, June 24. John, a. of Richard Godsaw (alias Bishop) & Joyce.
" July 16. John, s. of John Miles & Mary.
" Aug. 13. Richard, s. of Richard Brick & Ann.
1759, Feb. 25. Ann, d. of William Didlick & Ann.
" Mar. 28. Benjamin, s. of John Weaver & Mary.
" Apr. 1. Caton [in lead pencil, Katherine meant or Catherine], d. of Richard Penny & Mary.
" Aug. 26. John, s. of John Hardman & Ann.
" Oct. 39. John, s. of Benjamin Wilden & Ann.
1760, Sep. 22. John, s. of Thomas Yarranton & Eleanor.
" Oct. 12. Henry, s. of John Williams & Elisabeth.
" Dec. 2 . Betty, d. of Richard Crowe & Elisabeth.
" Dec. 21. Jane, d. of Betty or Elizabeth Preese.
1761, Oct. 3. Ann, d. of Benjamin Wilden & Ann.
" Oct. 4. Ann, d. of John Potter & Elisabeth.
" Oct. 18. John, s. of Rich'd Brick & Ann.
1762, Thomas, s. of Edwd. Baugh, Clerk, & Margaret was ... bap. June 22nd by EDWD. BAUGH, Rector of the p. of Neen [afterwards crossed out].
1763, May 14. William, s. of Richard Godsaw alias Bishop & Eleanor.
" May 5. William, s. of Elisabelh Hassall.
" Oct. 5. Phebe, d. of Ann Ree.
1764, Feb. 4. Edward, s. of Richard Crow & Elisabeth.
" June 14. Nancy, d. of Rich'd Penny & Mary.
" Aug. 17. Mary, d. of Thomas Mantle & Elisabeth.
" Sep. 30. Mary, d. of Richard Bishop (alias Godsaw) & Eleanor.
" Dec. 4. Aaron Sawyer, s. of Daniel Wall & Elisabeth.
Rich'd, s. of Edwd. Baugh, Clerk, & Margaret, bap. Jan. 16th, 1765, in the parish of Neen Sollers by EDWD. BAUGH, Clerk [afterwards crossed out].
1766, Jan. 32. Mary, d. of Edwd. Hardman & Ann.
" Mar. 24. Samuel, s. of Rich'd Bishop (alias Godsaw) Eleanor.
" Mar. 26. Thomas, s. of William Page & Sarah.
" June 29. William, s. of John Yapp & Mary.

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1766, Sep. 9. Thomas, s. of Thomas Poston & Sarah.
" Nov. 30. James, s. of Rich'd Brick & Ann.
1767, Apr. 12. Samuel, s. of William Barker & Elisabeth.
" July 12. Elisabeth, d. of Edward Brasier & Margaret.
" Aug. 23. William, s. of Rich'd Penny & Mary.
" Sep. 13. John, s. of James Southern & Mary.
1768, Jan. 9. William, s. of John Williams & Elisabeth.
" Jan. 17. Moses, s. of Rich'd Crow & Elisabeth.
" Nov. 2.5. Mary, d. of John Jarret & Elisabeth.
" Dec. 26. Betty d. of Willm. Barker & Elisabeth.
" Dec. 27. Willm., s. of Willm. Page & Sarah.
2769, Jan. 7. Sebra, d. of Willm. Jewkes & Susannah.
" Mar. 30. Mary & Ann, daus. of Willm. Baldwin & Mary.
" June 4. John, s. of Edwd. Hardman & Ann.
" Sep. 27. John, s. of James Porter & Sarah.
" Oct. 6. Mary, d. of Edwd. Brasier & Margaret.
" Nov. 14. Betty, d. of John Bagot & Elizabeth.
1770, Oct. 17. James, s. of John Williams & Elizabeth:
" Dec. 31. Edward, s. of Benj. Wilden & Susannah.
1771, June 24. John, s. of Willm. Page & Sarah.
" Nov. 12. Betty, d. of James Southern & Mary.
" Dec. 28. Edwd., s. of Edwd. Brasier & Margt.
1772. [blank].
1773, Mar. 6. Susanna, d. of Benj. Wilden & Susanna.
" Mar. 7. John Forester, s. of Elisth. Blanton, a bastard child.
1774, June 9. John, s. of John Jarret & Elisabeth.
1775, Mar. 27. Delia, d. of Benj. Wilden & Susanna.
" May 29. Nancy, d. of George Tudge & Mary.
Hannah, d. of George Tudge & Mary, twins.
1776, Jan. 26. Mary, d. of John Davis & Jane.
" Sep. 1. Edwd., s. of Willm. Page & Sarah.
" Oct. 6. John, s. of George Worral & Sarah.
" Dec. 7. Edwd., s. of John Jarret & Elizabeth.
" Dec. 27. Edwd., s. of Edwd. Lawley & Mary.
1777, Feb. 6. William Inet, s. of Mary Crow, a bastard.
" Feb. 17. John, s. of John Davis & Jane.
" May 22. Ann, d. of John Nash & Ann.
" May 30. Benjn., s. of Benjn. Wilden & Susanna.
" Sep. 30. Rebecca, d. of Edwd. Shakeshift & Mary.

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1777, Dec, 1. Samuel, s. of James Southern & Mary.
" Dec. 14. Richd., s. of Edwd. Davis & Susanna.
" Dec. 25. Thos., s. of Edwd. Wall & Molly.
" May 14. Willm., s. of George Tudge & Mary.
" Oct. 18. Edwd., s. of Rich'd Oliver & Martha.
" Nov. 15. Willm., s. of John Davis & Jane.
" Nov. 24. Mary, d. of Geo. Worral & Sarah.
1779, May 15. Sarah, d. of Thos. Varranton & Susanna
" July 4. Stephen, s. of John Jackson & Ann.
" Oct. 17. William, s. of James Southern & Mary.
" Oct. 23. Dessy, d. of Benj. Wilden & Susanna.
" Dec. 5. Susanna, d. of Willm. Page & Sarah.
" Dec. 25. Samuel, a. of Edwd. Wall & Molly.
" Dec. 26. Joseph, s. of Joseph Lander [Fenders crossed out] & Rachel.
1780, Jan. 1. John & Thomas, sons of Vincent Hardwick & Mary.
" Feb. 4. Edwd., s. of William Taylor & Mary.
" Feb. 27. Ann, d. of Elizth. Blanton, a bastard.
" Feb. 28. Susanna, d. of John Shakeshift & Susanna.
" Apr. 12. Nancy, d. of Walter Penny & Mary.
" Sep. 24. Elijah, s. of John Davis & Jane.
" Sep. 24. John, s of John Davis & Jane.
" Nov. 26. Sarah, d. of Geo. Wortal & Sarah.
1781, Jan. 9. Thos., s. of Thos. Varranton & Susanna.
" Jan. 28. Elizth., d. of John Wilkes & Elizabeth.
" Mar. 24. John, a. of Willm. Taylor & Mary.
" Aug. 7. Martha, d. of Geo. Tudge & Mary.
" Nov. 2. Thomas, s. of Benjn. Wilden & Susanna.
1782, Jan. 8. Thos., s. of John Jackson & Ann.
" Feb. 24. Thos., s. of Walter Penny & Mary.
" Apr. 23. Peggy, d. of Edwd. & Molly Wall.
" May 17. Willm., s. of Edwd. & Mary Shakeshift.
Mr. Thomas Yarranton died aboul 12 o'clock on Wednesday, June 5th, 1782. and his widow was delivered of a son between one & two of the same day.
1782, June 6. Thos., s. of Susanna Yarranton.
" Oct. 25. Willm., s. of Jno. & Susanna Shakeshift.
1783, Apr. 6. Catherine, d. of Willm. Taylor & Mary.
" Sep. 28. Willm s. of John Wilkes & Elizth.

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1783, Nov. 29. Susanna, d. of Mary Cowper, a bastard.
" Dec. 14. Willm., s. of Josh. & Martha Foxall.
" Dec. 14. Betty, d. of Willm. & Eleanor Bury.
1784, Feb. 8. Benjn., s. of Richd. & Susanna Palmer.
" Apr. 30. John, s. of John & Ann Griffiths.
" Dec. 29. Thos., s. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
1785, Mar. 12. John, s. of Edwd. & Molly Wall.
" Mar. 27. Susanna, d. of Geo. & Sarah Worral.
" Sep. 30. Hannah, d. of John & Sarah Lakin.
1786, Jane, d. of Sarah Gardener, servt. to Mr. Jno. Yarranton, a bastard.
" Feb. 12. Jane, d. of Sarah Gardner.
" May 14. Willm., s. of Willm. & Eleanor Bury.
" May 14. Thos., s. of John & Elizth. Wilkes.
" May 19. Ann, d. of Edwd. & Mary Shakeshift.
" July 11. Nancy, d. of John & Sebra Perkins.
" Oct. 1. Susanna, d. of Willm. & Mary Taylor.
1787, Feb. 4. Willm., s. of Elizth. Mantle, a bastard.
" Feb. 18. George, s. of Geo. & Sarah Worrall.
" May 23. Saml., s. of Benjn. & Susanna Wilden.
" July 12. John, s. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
" Aug. 3. John, s. of John & Sarah Lakin.
" Aug. 19. Willm. Beaumont, s. of Sarah Gardner, second bastard, pauper.
" Sep. 9. Thos., s. of John & Ann Wastall.
" Oct. 11. Drusilla, d. of John & Hannah Nash.
" Nov. 25. Ambrose, s. of Wm. & Mary Taylor.
" Dec. 16. Betty. d. of Thos. & Mary Coates.
1788, Mar. 30. Benjn., s. of Sarah Burgess, a bastard.
" Aug. 1. Edwd., s. of Edwd. & Mary Shakeshift.
" Aug. 24. Ann, d. of Sarah Noakes, a bastard.
" Oct. 9. Fra s. of Edwd. & Molly Wall.
" Nov. 2. Catharina, d. of John & Eliz. Wilkes.

The above two paid by mistake in last.

" Nov. 4. Willm., s. of Geo. & Sarah Worral.
" Nov. 3. Fishley, s. of Leonard & Joanna Collins.
1789, Mar. 29. Willm., s. of Willm. & Mary Taylor.
" Nov. 22. Ann, d. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
1790, Aug. 5. Lydia, d. of John & Hannah Nash.
" Aug. 5. John. s. of John & Hannah Nash.

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1790, Nov. 14. Thos., s. of Sarah Gardner, bastard, work house.
" Nov. 21. Hannah, b. d. of Ann Ward, workhouse.
1791, Mar. 2. Jas., s. of John & Mary Gittins.
" Mar. 27. Elizth., d. of Geo. & Sarah Worral.
" May 8. Susanna, d. of Willm. & Eleanor Bury.
" June 10. Thos., s. of Edwd. & Mary Shakeshift.
" July 15. Sarah, d. of John & Sarah Lakin.
1792, Jan. 1. Hannah, d. of John & Ann Griffiths.
" Mar. 11. Decy, d. of Sarah Gardner.
" May 20. Nancy, d. of Edward & Elizth. Jones.
" June 17. Fra s. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
" Sep. 3. Susanna, d. of John & Sebra Perkins.
" Nov. 15. Ann, d. of Richd. & Phebe Jenkins Morris.
" Nov. 25. Sarah, d. of Sarah Burgess.
1793, Mar. 24. Nancy, d. of Geo. & Sarah Worral.
" Aug. 18. John, s. of Wm. & Eleanor Bury.
" Dec. 22. Jemima, d. of Edwd. & Mary Shakeshift.
1794, Feb. 19. Thos., s. of Thos. & Sarah Griffiths.
" Mar. 9. Elizth., d. of Edwd. & Elizth. Jones.
" Apr. 18. Sarah, d. of Rich'd & Elizth. Penny.
" Jan. 25. Elizth., d. of John & Sebra Perkins.
1795, Apr. 19. Benj., s. of Geo. & Sarah Worral.
" Aug. 7. Catherine, d. of John & Sarah Lakin.
" Aug. 14. Mary, d. of Daniel & Elizth. Hawkins.
" Nov. 1. Elizth., d. of John & Mary Phillips.
1796, Jan. 17. Susanna, d. of Edwd. & Elizth. Jones.
" Jan. 24. Margaret, d. of John & Hannah Williams, of Hazeley, in the p. of Cleobury Mortimer.
" Jan. 31. Ann, d. of Thos. & Ann Fidoe.
" May 5. Rachel, d. of Edwd. & Mary Shakeshift.
" Aug. 28. Elizth., d. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
1797, Jan. 22. Susanna, d. of Richard & Phebe Morris.
" Mar. 26. Mary, d. of John & Mary Phillips.
" Apr. 30. Hannah, d. of Geo: & Sarah Worral.
" Oct. 7. Thos., s. of Willm. & Mary Hardman.
" Oct. 8. John, s. of Thos. & Martha Williams.
" Dec. 9. Mary, d. of John & Sarah Lakin.
1798, May 6. John, s. of Thos. & Ann Fidoe.
" July 8. Lucy, d. of Willm. & Sarah Roberts.

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1798, July 29. Mary, d. of Edwd. & Hannah Jewks.
" Nov. 18. Richd., d. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
1799, Feb. 10. John, s. of Thos. & Mary Powel, of the Chapelry of Knighton in the p. of Lindridge.
" Apr. 19. Martha, d. of Thos. & Martha Williams.
" Aug. 25. Benjamin, s. of Ann Adis.
" Nov. 16. Samuel, s. of John & Mary Griffiths.
1800, Mar. 22. Mary, d. of Willm. & Margaret Wall.
" Apr. 13. James, s. of George & Sarah Worral.
" Aug. 24. Mary, d. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
" Oct. 19. John, s. of Mary Wilkinson, a bastard.
" Nov. 9. Willm., s. of John & Catherine Williams.
" Nov. 19. Susanna, d. of Thos. & Mary Bluck.
" Dec. 16. Elizth., d. of Willm. & Sarah Roberts.
1801, June 28. Ann, d. of Thos. & Martha Williams.
" Nov. 3. Elizth., d. of John & Elizth. Gardner.
" Nov. 22. Thos., s. of John & Mary Phillips.
1802, Jan. 10. Elizabeth, d. of Thos. & Elizth. Evans.
" Jan. 14. Edmund, s. of John & Frances Powel, of Hopton Wafers.
" Jan. 31. Hannah, d. of James & Ann Main.
" Aug. 29. Maria, d. of George & Sarah Worral.
" Dec. 15. Mary Ann, d. of Willm. & Elizth. Green.
1803, Jan. 30. John, s. of Willm. & Sarah Roberts.
" Feb. 12. Elizabeth, d. of John & Mary Knight.
" Mar. 27. Sarah, d. of Mary Adis.
" July 29. Edwd., s. of John & Mary Griffiths.
1804, Feb. 12. James, s. of James & Ann Main.
" Apr. 8. Frances, d. of John & Elizth. Knight.
" Apr. 22. Ann, d. of Willm. & Catherine English.
" May 6. Isabella, d. of Thos. & Mary Powel.
" June 17. Sarah, d. of John & Mary Phillips.
" June 24. Thos., s. of John & Catherine Williams.
Thomas Bodenham, of the Church House, was married at Ludlow, to Ann Home, of Bishop's Castle, Sep. 1803, and died in consequence of a fall from his horse on the 10th July, 1804. Thomas, s. of Ann Bodenham was ... bap. Aug. 26th.
1804, Dec. 6. William, s. of Sarah Worral, a bastard.
1805, Feb. 24. Martha, d. of Ann Nash.

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1805, May 26. Sally, d. of John & Mary George.
" June 23. Ann, d. of Thos. & Elizth. Evans.
" Aug. 4. Ann, d. of James & Jane Pardoe, of Bewdley.
1806, July 6. Elizabeth, d. of Thos. & Mary Powel.
" July 13. Maria, d. of John & Elizabeth Knight.
" July 27. Catherine, d. of John & Catherine Williams.
1807, Feb. 16. Elizabeth, d. of Martha Mantle.
" May 3. Sarah, d. of Willm. & Catherine English.
1808, Feb. 11. Susanna, d. of John & Catherine Williams.
" Mar. 14. Martha, d. of John & Mary Phillips.
" June 5. Thos., s. of James & Ann Main.
" Aug. 14. Rachel, d. of Thos. & Mary Powel.
" Oct. 23. James, s. of Thos. & Martha Brasier.
1800, Apr. 14. John, s. of Thos. & Lucy Worral.
" July 7. John, s. of John & Elizth. Knight.
1810, Apr. 2. Mary, d. of Geo. & Martha Worral.
" July 7. John, s. of John & Elizth. Knight.
1810, Apr. 2. Mary, d. of Geo. & Martha Worral.
" Oct. 25. Ann, d. of Willm. & Jane Jones.
1811, Jan. 13. Willm., s. of Willm. & Catherine English.
" Feb. 22. Mary, d. of Jon. Kite, junr., & Elizth.
" Feb. 27. John, s. of John & Mary Shut [Shareshaft erased].
" Sep. 2. Ann, d. of Thos. & Lucy Worral.
" Sep. 2. Edwd., s. of Robt. & Sarah Bridgwater.
" Dec. 15. Mary & Elizabeth, daus. of Wm. & [blank] Penny.
1812, July 5. Hanna Williams, b. d. of Mary Evans.
" July 12. Susanna, d. of Thos. & Martha Brasier.

MARRIAGES.

" Dec. -. Joseph Wright & Elizth. Davey, both of this p. ... mar. J. DAVIES, Curate.

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VOLUME II.

MARRIAGES IN THE CHAPEL OF MILSON.

[The parties are of this parish unless otherwise stated.]

1756, Nov. 24. Richard Bishop & Joice Harding, lic. By JOHN EVANS. Wit: Thomas Harvott, John Hardman.
1761, Feb. 2. Thomas Mound, p. Burford, & Mary Poston, lic. By EDWARD BAUGH. Wit: Elizabeth Newall, Thomas Poston.
1763, June 11. Edward Hardman, p. Cleobury Mortimer, & Elizabeth Nash, lic. By EDWD. BAUGH, Rectr. Wit: John Nash, Thos. Palmer.
1765, Jan. 1. William Page, p. Ditton Priors, & Sarah Oxenbold. Wit: Elizabeth Lowe, Thomas Palmer.
" Aug. 7. Thomas Poston & Sarah Nash, lic. Wit: John Newell, Thomas Palmer.
" Dec. 13. Edward Hardman & Ann Ree, p. Burford. Wit: John Nash & John Giles.
1766, June 30. James Suthern & Mary Hardman. Wit: Sarah Page & Thomas Mantle.
1767, May 21. Edward Brasier & Margt. Haddals, lic. Wit: John Nash, John Hardman X.
1769, Mar. 29. Willm. Nichols & Sarah Everal. Wit: Edwd. Baugh, Walter Carless, Thomas Palmer, Walter Penny X.
" Apr. 12. John Owens, p. Mamble, & Elizabeth Newell, lic. Wit: Elinor Cardall, John Nash, Walter Penny X.
1771, Richard Nott, p. Neen Sollers, & Elizabeth Nash, Ap. 21st & 28th & May 5th [Banns only]. By W. MORGAN.
" May 9. Henry Cheese, p. Little Hereford, & Susanna Smith, lic. Wit: Catherine Chambers, Richard Smith.

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1772, June 11. George Skelden, p. Rock, & Ann Crow, lic. Wit: Edwd. Baugh, junr., Thos. Baugh, John Crow X, Walter Penny X.
1774, Jan. 11. Walter Penny & Mary Oxenbold. Wit: Katherine Chambers, John Nash.
1775, William Crow & Elizabeth Bishop, p. Neen Sollers, Apr. 2, 9th & 16 [Banns only].
1776, May 16. George Worral & Sarah Buffan. Wit: Martha Childs X, Walter Penny X.
1777, Sep. 11. Edward Davies & Susanna Coates. Wit: Benjamin Driver X, Mary Evans X, Walter Penny X.
1779, May 13. William Taylor & Mary Davis. Wit: Katherine Chambers, Edwd. Ward.
1780, June 8. John Brakewell & Martha Didlick. Wit: Ann Parry, Francis ,Shephard, Martha
Baugh, Rich'd Baugh.
1783, Nov. 13. Richard Farmer & Susannah Williams. Wit: Mary Powell, Thomas Williams.
1784, Jan. 20. John Jones & Ann Newell. Wit: Vincent Hardwick X, Elizth. Coates, Walter Penny X.
1785, Dec. 9. Matthias Whittell & Sarah Brooks. [No witnesses.]
" Dec. 29. John Perkins & Sebra Jewkes. Wit: Walter Penny X, Ann Ward X.
1787, May 29. Thomas Coates & Mary Barker. Wit: Elizabeth Barker X, John Jones X, Walter Penny X.
1798, Dec. 26. John Potter & Ann Williams. By RICHD. BAUGH, Curate. Wit: Thos. Williams, Ann Uncles, Walter Penny X.
1799, Sep. 13. John Griffith, & Mary Corfield. Wit: Thos. Nash, Walter Penny X.
1801, Oct. 11. Michael Head, of the Borough of Bridgnorth, & Mary Bodenham, lic. By EDWD. BAUGH, Rector. Wit: Thos. Bodenham, Mary Farmer.

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1802, May 3. Thomas Griffiths & Elizth. Parker. Wit: Ann Wastall X, Walter Penny X.
1803, May 19. William English & Catherine Alltree. Wit: Francis Shephard, Margt. Shephard.
" Oct. 23. Hugh Davies & Elizabeth Hardman, lic. Wit: Walter Penny X.
1809, Jan. 16. Thos. Worral & Lucy Adams. Wit: Eliz. Penny, John Phesay.
" Dec. 25. George Worral & Martha Mantle. Wit: Willm. Worral & Elizth. Dovey.

VOLUME III.

A REGISTER BOOKE OF WHAT BURIALLS HAVE BEENE IN MILSON ACCORDING TO A LATE ACT OF PARLIAMENT, VID., IN WOLLEN ONLY. SYNCE THE FEAST OF SAINT BARTHOLOMEW LAST PAST IN THE YEARE 1678.

Ann Hinckesman, widow, was buried November 14th, according to a late act of parliament entituled an act for burying in woollen only as appeareth by the testimony of Joane Ward, spinster, who made oath before Mr. Ed. Whitchcot, one of his majesties Justices of the peace, 20th of Novemb. that the aforesaid Ann was soe buried, and this she did in the pr'sence of John Phillips, Clerke, Thomas Richards.
Anno. Dmni. 1680.
Ann Stanford, of Tilsop, in the parish of Burford, was buried 31st of August, according to a late act of parliament, entituled an act for burying in Woollen only as appeareth by the testimony of Ann Coale, of Tilsop, in the aforesaid parish, spinster, who made oath before Mr. E. Whitchcott, one of his Majesties Justices of the peace, ye ninth of Sept. that the aforesaid Ann was soe buried, this shee did in the presence of Thomas Banister & John Gent.
John Hailye, s. of John Hailye & Jane his wife, was buried the 19th day of October, according to a late act of parliament, entitled an Act for burying in Woollen only as appeareth by the oath of John Hailye, Tailor, who made affidavit before Mr. Ed: Whitchcott, one of His Majesties Justices of the peace, 27th of the aforesaid month, yt. the aforesaid John was soe buried in the presence of George Sheppard & John Hailye.
Anno. Dmni. 1681.

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Richard, the son of Charles Hinckesman, Clerke, & Katherine his wife, was buryed the 27th of June, according to a late Act of Parl. for burying in Woolen as appeareth by the testimony of Elizabeth Bird, who made oath before Samuel Rusbach, Rector of Coreley, 2nd of July, yt. the aforesaid Ric. was soe buried, and this shee did in ye presence of Eliz. Rusbach, Deborah Rusbach.
Ann Hill, of Tylsop, in the parish of Burford, spinster, was buryed 11th of Sept., according to a late Act of Parliament for burying in Woollen only, as appeareth by the testimony of Alice Davis, of Tylsop, in the parish of Burford, aforesaid, spinster, who made oath before Sam. Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, 18th day of Sept. aforesaid, yt. the aforesaid Ann was soe buried, and this shee did in the presence of Ms. Eliz. Rushbach, Ms. Deborah Rusbach.
Robert Hurlston was buried 13th day of Sept., according to the late Act of Parliament for burying in Woollen, as appeareth by the testimony of Eliz. Wastall and Alice Nash, who made oath before William Jones, Vicar of Mamble w'thin the time limited yt. the aforesaid Robt. was soe buried.
Elizabeth Wastall was buried Octr. 8th, according to a late Act of Parliament for burying in Woollen as appeareth by the testimony of Eliz. Bird. of Milson, who made oath before Sam. Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, 11th day of the same month, yt. the aforesaid Elizabeth was soe buried, and this shee did in the presence of Eliz. and Hannah Rushbach.
John Hailye was buried 12th day of January, according to a late Act of Parliament for burying in Woollen, as appeareth by the testimony of John Hailye, son of the aforesaid John deceased, who made oath before Robert Goodwyn, Vic. of Cleobury Mortimer, the 16th day of the aforesaid month, yt. the aforesaid John was so buryed, and this he did in the presense of John Goodwyn and John Ball.

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March 25th, '82.

George Evans was buried Jan. 14th, in Woollen only as appeareth by the oath of Ann Evans taken before Sam. Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, in the p'rsence of M. Eliz and M. Deborah Rush., yt. he was so buried.
John Symmons was buried Jan. 15th, according to a late Act of Parlt., entituled an Act for burying in woollen, as appeareth by the testimony of Eliz. Nash, who made oath before John Wheeler, Rector of Hopton Wafers, within the time limited that the aforesaid John was see buried, and this shee did in the presence of Sarah Wheeler & Joyce Smyth.

March 25th, '83.

Richard Raignolds was buried 27th day of July, according to a late Act of Parliament entituled an act for burying in Woollen, as appeareth by the testimony of Eliz. Bird, who made oath before Samuel Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, within the time limited that the aforesaid Richard was soe buried, and this shee did in the p'rsence of M. Eliz: Rushbach and Mris. Deborah Rushbach.
Ann Davies, of the parish of Burford & the County of Salop, was interred Aug. 12th, according to ye Act of Parliament for burying in woollen as appeareth by the testimony of Eliz. Badger, of Milson, who made oath before Samuel Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, within ye time limited yt. the aforesaid Ann was soe interred, and this shee did in the presence of Mris. Eliz. Rushbach & M. Deborah Rushbach.
Edward Wheeler, of Bickley, was buried 27th of Octr., according to a late Act of Parliament intituled for burying in burying in woollen, as appeareth by the testimony of Joane Ascraft, who made oath before Samuel Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, w'tn the time limited that the aforesaid Edward was soe buryed, and this shee did in the presence of Ms. Eliz. Rushbach & Joyce Whitbrok.
Tho. Gregorie was buried Novr. 18th, according to ye Act of Parliament entituled an act for burying in woollen as appeareth by the testimony of Mathew Gregory, who made oath before Sam. Rushbach, Rector of Coreley, wt'in the time limited that the aforesaid was soe buried, and this he did in the presence of Eliz. Rushbach and Tho. Osland.

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Fabian, son of Willm. Hunt, was buried March 6th, according to ye Act of Parliamnt. for burying in woollen, as appeareth by the oath of Martha Barton before Robert Goodwyn, Vicar of Cleobury Mortimer, within ye time limited yt. the aforesaid Fabian was soe buried, & this shee did in the pr'sence of Eliz. Goodwin & William Hunt.

1684, Apr. 10. Joseph Davies, of Trapnell, in the p. of Burford, was buried in woollen according to an Act of Parliament.
" July 26. Edmund Gears was buried in like manner.
" Sep. 5. Eliz. Lucy was buried after ye same manner.
1685, May 3. Joane, w. of Ric. Crowe.
" Aug. 11. Thomas Smith.
" Aug. 25. James Amise.
" Jan. 2. Widow Greene, called by the name of Mary.

CHARLES HINCKESMAN, Rector [signs to 1703].
JOFIN NASH, WILLIAM DAVIES, Ch. W.

1686, Apr. 14. John Smith, s. of John & Ann.
" Jan. 12. William Hayward, a wandering childe was buried.
" Mar. 3. William, s. of Tho. Chambers & Ann, ... bur. Died Mar. 1st.
" Mar. 14. William Badger, died the 12th in ye night.

DANIEL BALL, WILLIA. FOWLER, Ch. W.

1687, Apr. 14. Kalherine Chambers, d. of Thomas & Ann.
" Apr. 29. Ann, w. of John Smith.
" June 22. William Cassall.
" Dec. 8. Ric. Freese, a wandering boy belonging to ye farnace.

WILLIAM COATES, JOHN WITHY, Ch. W.

1688, June 26. Jane Luce, wid.
" June 27. Margaret Badger.

ED. RICHARDS, WILL: LOW, Ch. W.

1690, Oct. 6. George Hill.
" Oct. 19. Jane Hill wid.

WILLIAM NASH, RIC. HEATH, Ch. W.

1691, Apr. 14. Mary, d. of Francis Selman & Alice.
" Sep. 6. Francis Nash.

22 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1691

1692, Oct. 1. William Low.
" Oct. 15. William Hunt.
" Dec. 13. Margaret Hemmins
" Jan. 25. John Sugar, of Heybridge.

THO. CHAMBERS, FRANCIS CELMAN, Ch. W.

1692, May 16. Hennery Hunt, was ... bur., being Whitsun Munday.
" Jan. 7. Joyce Brown, w. of George.
" Mar. 6. John Wastall.
1693, Mar. 31. William Fowler.
" Mar. 20. Hanna Sugar, was ... bur. the 10th day of this instant March.
1694, Mar. 27. Tho. Sugar, was ... bur. ye 27th day of this instant March.
" Apr. 12. Eliz. Bate, wid.
" Apr. 21. Katherine Hunt, wid.
" Sep. 24. Charles, s. of Charles Hinckesman, Clerke, & Katherine.
" Dec. 10. Dorothy Fowler wid.
" Jan. 3. William, s. of John Smith & Ann.
" Feb. 18. Mary Davies, a bastard childe.

SEBASTIAN LEGAS, WILLIAM COATES, Ch. W.

1695, Apr. 4. Philip Hemmins.
" May 2. Elizabeth, d. of Charles Hinckesman, Clerke, & Katherine, being Ascension Day.
" May 14. Charles Nash was ... bur., being then Whitsun Tuesday.
" Nov. 18. James Birch, clerke.
" Feb. 19. Samuel Sellman.
" Mar. 14. Humfry Badam.

MR. RIC. SHEPPARD, EDWARD PITT, Ch. W.

1696, July 24. John Gregorie.
" Oct. 24. Rachell, d. of Rob. Walding & Joyce.
" Dec. 18. Alice Smith, of ye p. of Lengolock in Brecknok Shiere, a wandering woman.

THO. CHAMBERS, WILLIAM Low, Ch. W.

1697, July 27. Humphry Badam, s. of Humphry & Susanna.

WILL. DAVIS, WILL. NASH, Ch. W.

1698, Apr. 25. Elizabeth Wastall, wid.
" Apr. 26. Jonathan Pamur, of the Chapelrie of Nash.

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1698, June 10. Thomas Baskifield.
" June 14. Edward Pilt, junior.
" Nov. 7. John Smith.
" Nov. 8. Elizabeth Coates, d. of Will. & Margaret.
" Dec. 20. Charles, s. of Ric. Bromley & Ann.
" Jan. 12 Margaret, d. of Ric. Crow & Eleanour.

FRANCIS PENY, WILIA' DREW, Ch. W.

1699, May 3. John Davies.
" July 3. Rebeakah Cookes.

JOHN NASH, JOHN WASTALL, Ch. W.

1700, Apr. 24. William, s. of William Davies & Susanna.
" July 4. Katherine Nash, wid.
" July 26. Jane Mascall, wid.

EDWARD CROW, WILL. HUNT, Ch. W.

1701, May 4. Mary Gibs, p. Burford.
" May 30. Mary, d. of Rirhard Crow & Elenor.
" July 17. John Celman.
" Aug. 2. Thomas Wastall.
" Oct. 7. George Brown.
" Oct. 7. Eliz. Winhood, wid.

WILLIAM HUNT, WILL: COATES, who then served for Mr. Legas.

1702, June 7. George Sheppard, he was a glover in Worcester.
" Jan. 21, Elizabeth Jones, wid.

ED. PITT, ED. PREECE, who then served for Mr. Sheppard.

1703, Feb. 16. Charles Hincksman, Rector of Neen & Milson.

Examd. p. Cha. Jones, survyr.

WILLIAM DAVIS, WM. NASH, Ch. W.

1704, Aug. 21. Alice, d. of William Tippin & Alice [afterwards crossed out].

THOS. JONES, Rector [signs to 1750].
WILLIAM CHAMBERS, WILLIAM LOW, Ch. V.

[On loose sheet of paper pinned in:]

THE DECLARATION.

Thomas Jones, do promise yt. I will confirm to Liturgy of the Church of England as it is now by law established.
We, whose names are under-written do testifie yt. we heard Thomas Jones, Rector of Neen Sollers & Milson, read on Sunday ye 19th of November, 1704, in the Church of Nene, his Certificat from the Bishop of his Subscription to ye Declaration, and we likewise testify yt. we then heard him read ye Declaration itself in ye Parish Church of Nene aforesaid where he officiates, before the Congregation there assembled. Walter Hill, Richard English, Benjamin Starie, W. Hillior.

24 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1705

1705, Mar. 23. FRANCIS PENY, WILLIAM DREW, Ch. W.
" Apr. 8. George Dicken,

Exd. p. Tho. Davies, Surveyr.

1706, Feb. 27. Jane, w. of John Hardman, affd.

JOHN WASTHALL, JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1707, May 4. Ann Barnbrook, affd.
" May 5. John Nash, affd.
" May 5. Thomas Chambers, affd.
" Mar 12. Elizabeth Nash, wid. affd.
" Aug. 22. Samuel, s. of John Wastall & Mary, affd.

EDWARD CROW, WILLIAM HUNT, Ch. W.

1708, May 22. William, s. of William Coats & Margret, affd.
" Jan. 16. Mary Jones, wid., a stranger, affd.
" Jan. 16. John. s. of Humphry Davis & Elizabeth.

THOMAS DOSSET, RICH. ENGLISH, Ch. W.

1709, Apr. 6. Richard Davis, p. Burford.
" June 13. Elenor Doubts, an antient woman.

RICHARD SHEPHEARD & EDWARD PITT, Ch. W.

1710, June 11. Elizabeth Bird, an antient wid.
" Sep. 21. Mary, w. of John Prosser.

WILLIAM DAVIS, WILLIAM NASH, Ch. W.

1711, Apr. 26. Richard Crow.
" May 12. Mr. Richard Shepheard.
" May 17. William White, clerk.
" Feb. 23. Richard, s. of Richard & Mary Bromly.
" Mar. 13. Samuel, s. of Eleanor Crow, wid.

THOMAS CHAMBERS, WILLIAM LOW, Ch. W.

1712, May 7. Elizabeth Nash.
" June 11. Mary, d. of Charles & Anne Nash.
" Mar. 6. Ann Badger, an antient woman.

THOMAS DOSSET, WILLIAM DREW, Ch. W.

1713, May 8. Ann Nash.

JOHN WASTALL, CHARLES NASH, Ch. W.

1714, Aug. 26. Robert Verrill, an antient man of the parish of Burford.
" Sep. 11. Margaret, a bastard child of Martha Geers.

1727] Milson. 25

1714, Sep. 26. John Winwood.

JOHN WASTALL, JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1715, Mar. 25. No burials this year.

RICHARD WALKER, WILLIAM HUNT, Ch. W.

1716, Apr. 22. Ann Bromley, an antient woman.
" July 6. Elizabeth, w. of William Nash.
" Nov. 6. Isabella Low, wid.
" Dec. 13. William Oxenbold.
" Jan. 19. Thomas, s. of Thomas & Susanna Chambers.

THOMAS DOSSETT, RICHARD HOWLS, Ch. W.

1717, July 6. John Cowell.
" Feb. 20. Elizabeth Hunt.

EDWARD PITT, JOSEPH WALKER, Ch. W.

1718, Jan. 31. William Hunt.

WILLIAM DAVIES, WILLIAM NASH, Ch. W.

1719, May 9. Susanna, w. of William Davis, affd.
" June 12. Thomas Oxenbold, affd.
" Dec. 30. Ann Chambers, wid., affd.
" Feb. 24. William Hemins, affd.

THO. CHAMBERS, WILL. LOW, Ch. W.

1720, May 23. William Davis.
" Aug. 25. Elinor Crow.

THO. DOSSETT, WILL: DREW, Ch. W.

1721, Apr. 5. Fabian Hunt, affd.
Thomas Nash, infant, affd.

JOHN WASTALL, CHARLES NASH, Ch. W.

1722, Oct. 6. Elienor Brown.

JOHN NASH, JOHN WASTALL, Ch. W.

" Oct. 10. Isaack Oxenbold.
" Feb. 29. John Davis, a wandering man.

RICHD. WALKER, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.

1724, Mar. 25. No burials this year.

THO: DOSSETT, RICH. HOWLS, Ch. W.

1725, Mar. 25. No burials this year.

EDWARD PITT, JOHN WALL, Ch. W.

1726, May 30. Thomas, s. of Thomas Warrington & Susanna.

WM. NASH, RICHARD HOWLS, Ch. W.

1727, July 24. Sarah, W. of Thomas Jones, Clerk.
" Aug. 11. Margret, d. of Humphry Davis & Elizabeth.
" Aug. 19. Ann, d. of John Crow & Ann.

THO. CHAMBERS, WILLIAM LOWE, Ch. W.

26 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1728

1728, May 9. Mary Geers.
" Aug. 4. Thomas Dunn.
" Nov. 23. William Jones.

RICHARD DOSSETT, WILLIAM DREW, Ch. W.

1729, Mar. 27. Jane Wyatt.
" June 14. Richard Bromly.
" July 29. Richard Walker.

JOHN WASTAL, CHARLES NASH, Ch. W.

1730, Apr. 24. Elizabeth Davis.
" May 9. Elizabeth Davis' daughter.
" May 26. Joice Brown.

ED. PITT, JOHN WASTALL, Ch. W.

1731, Apr. 23. Thomas,, s. of John. & Elizabeth Hemins.

RICHARD WALKER, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.

1732, Apr. 11. Thomas Dossett.
" July 10. Elizabeth Luce.
" Aug. 20. John Hardman.

RICH'D DOSSETT, JOHN PREECE, Ch. W.

1733, July 10. Edward Pitt, affd.

JOHN HARDMAN, JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1734, May 29. Mary, d. of Wm. Ball.
" May 30. Ann Crow.

JOHN NASH, WILLIAM NASH, Ch. W.

1735, May 27. Thomas Chambers.
" June 2. John Wastall.
" Oct. 24. William Drew.
" Dec. 3. Elizabeth, d. of John Nash.
" Feb. 7. Edward, s. of Francis Price.
" Mar. 1. Elizabeth Bird.
" Mar. 2. Timothea Dossett, wid.

WILLIAM LOW, BEN. NEWILL. (for Chambers), Ch. W.

1736, Oct. 23. Elizabeth Jones.

WM. NASH, RICHARD DOSSETT, Ch. W.

1737, July 28. John. s. of John Hemins. Catertificat made in due time yt. he was ... bur. only in wool.
" Aug. 6. Mary, d. of John & Elizabeth Hemins.
" Dec. 15. Ann, d. of Charls. Nash & Ann.
" Jan. 26. Elizabeth, w. of Walter Tolly.
" Jan. 31. Amelia Angel, an inft.
" Feb. 10. Martha, w. of Thomas Hammonds.

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1738, Mar. 25 No burials this year.

CHARLS. WASTALL, CHARLS. NASH, Ch. W.

1739, Aug. 30. Joane Pitt, wid.
" Feb. 2. William Low, aged 94.

CHARLES NASH, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.

1740, May 1. Richard, s. of Richard Dorset.
" Aug. 15. John, s. of John & Mary Sheppard.
" Nov. 11. John, s. of John & Elizabeth Hemins.

RICH'D DOSSET, JOHN ANDREWS, Ch. W.

1741, May 15 Thomas Thomson.
" June 24. Martha Hunt.
" Aug. 20. Elizabeth, w. of Thomas Owen.

THO. PYTT, BEN. NEWAL, Ch. W.

1742, June 14. Mary Southall.
" Dec. 12. Elizabeth, w. of Joseph Poston.
" Jan. 6. Mary Bromly.

WILLIAM NASH, JOHN SHEPHERD Ch, W.
Overseers: Wheeler & Burges.

1743, Apr. 12. Mary Wastal.
" May 13. John Nash.
" Sep. 14. Charles Nash.
" Jan. 31. Jane, d. of John & Ann Hardman.

THO: HARVOTT, WIDD: CHAMBERS, Ch. W.

1744, Apr. 14. Elizabeth, d. of Elizabeth Gower, a bastard child.

WM. NASH, RICHARD WHEELER, Ch. W.

1745, Oct. 10. Sarah, w. of Richard Wheeler.

CHARLES NASH, CHARLS. WASTAL, Ch. W.

1746, Mar. 5. Ann, w. of Benjamin Newal.

CHARLS. WASTAL, JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1747, May 13. Joseph Poston.
" July 23. William, s. of John & Mary Miles.
" Feb. 19. Thomas Shepherd.
" Mar. 19. Sarah, d. of Thomas Coats & Mary.

CHARLS. NASH, RICHD. BURGESS, Ch. W.

1748, Mar. 19. Samuel Gower.

THOMAS HARVOT, RICHD. BURGESS, Ch. W.

1749, Sep. 25. Ann Nash, wid.

THO. PYET, BEN. NEWALL, Ch. W.

28 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1750

1750, Feb. 28. Charls. Wastal.

CHARLS. NASH, JOHN OXENSOLD, Ch. W.

1751, No burials in Milson for this year.
1752, Sep. 1. Elizabeth, w. of Thomas Harvett.
" Oct. 24. Susannah Tolley, from Cleobury.
" Dec. 29. The Revd. Mr. Thomas Jones, Rectr. of Neen & Milson.
1753, May 29. Jane Smith, wid.
" June 6. William Low.
" Oct. 5. Humphrey Hardman.
1754, June 8. Ann, d. of John & Elizabeth Oxenbold.
" Aug. 19. Willm. Nash.
[Two entries have been rubbed out.]
1755, Sep. 10. Joyce Hardman.
" Dec. 19. Joyce Ball.
1756, Sep. 24. Joyce Hardman.
" Nov. 3. Susannah Chambers.
1757, Jan. 12. Willm. Ball.
1758, Dec. 16. Thomas Pitt.
1759, Apr. 29. Charles, s. of Thomas Wastal.
" Sep. 16. John Hemmings.
1760, Apr. 18. Elizabeth, d. of [Thomas & Elisabeth crossed out] Richard & Mary Burgess.
" June 21. Thomas Ridly.
" July 5. Charles Nash, paperman.
1761, July 13. Elisabeth Hardman.
1762, May 11. Joyce, w. of Rich'd. Bishop.
" Dec. 11. Margaret, w. of Willm. Nash.
1763, Feb. 15. Martha Wittygar.
" Mar. 23. Ann, d. of Benjamin Wilden, small pox.
" Mar. 23. John, s. of John Constable, small pox.
" Apr. 5. Ann, w. of Benjamin Wilden, small pox.
" Sep. 2. Ann Jones, hanged herself.
1764, Apr. 28. Edward Edwards, small pox.
" June 29. Ann Nash.
1765, Jan. 8. William Nash.
" Sep. 7. Ann, w. of Willm. Didlick.
" Nov. 23. Eleanor, w. of Thos. Yarranton.

EDWARD BAUGH, Rector.

1779] Milson. 29

1766, Mar. 20. Stephen Smith.
" Oct. 1. Charles Poston.
" Dec. 21. Martha Nash.
1767, Aug. 23. Elisabeth Wilden.
1768, Jan. 31. Elisabeth Newall.
" Feb. 24. John Crow.
" Dec. 12. Francis Hammonds [afterwards crossed out].
" Sep. 10. John Hardman, junr.
" Dec. 13. John Hardman, senr.
1770, May 12. William Barker.
" June 22. Thomas Griffin.
" Aug. 22. Mary, w. of John Yapp.
" Sep. 29. Ann Hardman.
1771, Jan. 13. James, s. of John Williams.
1772, Jan. 11. Marc, w. of Thomas Hill, p. Neen Savage.
" Mar. 30. William, s. of Thomas Yarranton.
1773, May 3. John, s. of Thos. & Mary Mound.
" Nov. 21. Mary, w. of Richard Penny, small pox.
1774, Jan. 31. Thomas, s. of Thos. & Mary Mound.
" Feb. 10. John Nash, senr. (small pox). Formerly a paper maker.
" Feb. 13. Elizabeth Mole, p. Cleobury Mortimer.
" Apr. 6. Martha, d. of Thos. & Mary Mound.
1775, Feb. 5. Elizabeth Barker.
" Feb. 12. Nancy, d. of George Tudge.
1776, Mar. 11. John Hardman, of Haybridge.
1777, Mar. 4. Edwd., s. of Edwd. Lawley.
" Apr. 20. Mary Wastall.
" Oct. 4. Thos. Yarranton.
1778, Jan. 10. Priscilla Hardman.
" Mar. 4. John, s. of John Davis.
" Oct. 20. Thomas Mound.
1779, Jan. 28. Susanna, d. of Edwd. Wall.
" Feb. 18. Mary, d. of John Davis.
" Mar. 16. William Oxenbold.
" Apr. 13. Betty, d. of Jas. Southern.
" Apr. 27. John, s. of Walter Penny.
" Aug. 21. Susanna, w. of Rich'd Lewes.
" Dec. 15. Sarah, d. of Thos. Yarranton.
" Dec. 28. Francis Cook.

30 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1780

1780, Jan. 18. John, s. of Vincent Hardwick.
" Apr. 1. Benjn. Newell, p. Mamble.
" Sep. 1. Saml. Gower.
" Oct. 16. Elijah, s. of Jno. Davis.
" Oct. 22. John, s. of John Davis.
1781, Mar. 3. Jane, w. of John Davis.
" May 26. Thos., s. of Thos. Yarranton.
" Aug. 13. Martha, d. of Geo: Tudge.
1782, Mar. 1. Martha, d. of Vincent Hardwick.
" Apr. 20. George Tudge.
" Apr. 20. Nancy, d. of Geo: Tudge.
" May 7. Elisth., d. of Jno. Jarret.
" June 8. Thos: Yarranton.
" Sep. 12. Susanna Yarranton.
1783, Feb. 5. Willm. Lea.
" June 18. Hester, w. of John Jones.
" Oct. 7. John Nash.
1784, Jan. 25. joice Hardman, pauper.
" Mar. 20. Willm. Nash.
" Apr. 27. Mary, w. of James Southern.
" May 16. Susanna Lea, of the Hollins. Unp'd.
" June 4. John, s. of John Jarret. Unp'd by Officers.
Christopher Morris, an inft. abt. 2 or 3 weeks, supposed to be a bastard. E. BAUGH, Rector. I believe there is due for a burial eight pence.
1785, Apr. 23. Charles Nash.
" May 27. Elizabeth Nash.
11786, Apr. 23. Rich'd Penny.
" Nov. 19. Jane, w. of John Holloway.
" Nov. 25. Eliz., w. of John Oxenbold.
1787, June 12. John Oxenbold.
" July 10. Susanna Chambers.
" Oct. 9. [blank], d. of Benjn. Wilden.
" Oct. 22. Richd. Crow.
" Nov. 2. Benjn. Barker.
1788, Mar. 27. John Yarranton.
" Apr. 7. Ambrose, s. of Wm. Taylor.
" June 19. Peggy, d. of Edwd. Wall.
" Sep. 16. Ann Bennet hanged herself, aged 48 yrs.
" Sep. 18. Mary Tudge.

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1789, Aug. 11. Eliz. Crow.
1790, July 5. Clary, d. of Wm. Taylor.
1791, Nov. 10. Mary, w. of Thos. Coats, pauper.
1792, May 20. Catherine Chambers.
" Sep. 26. Wm. Didlick, pauper.
" Dec. 26. Ann, d. of Rich'd. Jenkins Morris.
1793, Mar. 22. Sarah, w. of Thos. Poston.
" June 21. Decy, d. of Sarah Gardner, pauper.
1794, Feb. 13. Edwd. Jewkes.
" Mar. 7. Thos. Coats.
" Dec. 31. Thos. Pugh.
1795, Nov. 8. Mary, d. of Daniel & Elizth. Hawkins.
1796, Apr. 9. Ann, w. of John Griffiths.
" Aug. 16. Susanna, d. of Willm. & Sarah Page.
1797, Mar. 9. Molly, w. of Edwd. Wall, putrid fever.
1798, Jan. 16. Mary, w. of John Newall.
" Feb. 20. John Crow, pauper.
" Mar. 3. Hannah, d. of George & Sarah Worrall.
" Mar. 9. Elizth., w. of Edwd. Jones.
" Sep. 7. Susannah, w. of Willm. Jewkes.
" Oct. 5. Mary Gittins.
" Nov. 11. Edwd. Wall.
" Nov. 16. Martha, d. of John Nash.
" Dec. 14. Elizth., d. of Edwd. Jones.
1799, June 9. Jane Gittins.
1800, Apr. 4. James Southal.
" May 7. Sarah, d. of Thos.. & Mary Coates.
" May 25. Mary, d. of Willm. & Margaret Wall.
" Aug. 1. Martha, d. of Samuel Jones.
1801 Ann, d. of Thos. & Martha Williams [afterwards crossed out].
" Sep. 6. John Bason.
1802, Apr. 8. Hannah, w. of Edwd. Jewks.
" June 6. Sebra, w. of John Perkins.
" June 19. John, s. of John & Mary Phillips.
" July 6. Sarah Wastall.
" Aug. 3. Elizth., d. of John & Elizth. Gardener.
" Aug. 26, Benj., s. of Edwd. & Elizabeth Davies.
" Sep. 27. Edward Ward.
1803, Mar. 30. Mary Altree.

32 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1803

1803, Apr. 26. Thomas Wilkes.
" Oct. 4. Ann, w. of John Jones.
1804, Mar. 24. Thomas Ree, formerly of Downton, Herefordshire.
" July 13. Caleb Alltree.
" Sep. 11. Samuel Barker.
" Sep. 15. Mary, d. of Vincent & Mary Hardwick.
1806, Feb. 5. Elijah Davis, aged 80.
" May 28. Ann, d. of Edwd. & Elizth. Davies.
1807, Apr. 5. Benjamin, s. of Benjamin Wilden, aged 29.
" May 18. Joseph Poston.
" Dec. 22. Mary, w. of John Ward, aged 75.
1808, Mar. 9. Elizth., w. of John Adams, aged 54.
" June 9. Elizabeth Coates, aged 59.
" July 30. John Adams, aged 62.
" Oct. 11. Catherine, w. of John Williams, aged 40. She cut her throat wth. a razor on Saturday, Oct. 8th.
1809, Sep. 21. John Adams, s. of ye above John & Elizth., aged 18.
1810, Apr. 4. John Newell, of the Wall House, aged 73.
" Oct. 16. Rich'd, s. of Sarah Davis, of Trapnill, aged 15.
" Nov. 12. George Adams, aged 34.
1811, Feb. 21. John Oxenbold.
" Mar. 8. Humphrey Holloway.
1812, Jan. 1. Elizabeth Penny, inft.
" Jan. 4. John Phillips.
" Mar. 7. Thos. Posthans.

J. DAVIES, Curate.

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