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The Register
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Neen Sollars.

Neen Sollars Registers.

NEEN SOLARS (or Lower Neen) lies 12 miles from Ludlow, 12 from Kidderminster, and 3 from Cleobury Mortimer, in the Hundred of Overs, rural deanery of Burford, archdeaconry of Ludlow, and diocese of Hereford. It is bounded on the north by Cleobury Mortimer, on the south and east by Worcestershire, and on the west by the parish of Milson, which is a chapelry of Neen Solars. The population of Milson and Neen Solars in 1911 was 326, of which 121 were at Milson and the acreage of Neen 1773 acres, and of Milson 1,025 acres.

In 1676 Neen Solars had a population of 93 over the age of 16, all " Conformists," while Milson had 62.

In Saxon times the manor was in the hundred of Condetret and was held by Siward the Saxon, who held large estates in Shropshire, some of them under the Bishop of Worcester.

The Domesday record tells us that in 1086 " The same Osbern holds Nene, and Siward holds it of him. The same Siward held it, and was a free man. The manor was never hidaged, nor ever paid geld. There is arable land for five ox-teams. In demesne is one team, and ten serfs, and a mill paying a bushel of corn. In King Edward's time the manor was worth 40s. per annum. Now it is worth 18s." The fact that the manor had never been assessed for the Danegeld makes it probable that it had once been Church property, and had been by some means lost to the See of Worcester. Osbern fitz Richard, Lord of Richard's Castle, the overlord in 1086, had a son Hugh, whose son Osbern fitz Hugh, about 1180, gave Neen to Baldwin le Poer. Baldwin left three daughters, Eustacia, Petronella, and Elena, and Hugh de Say, nephew and heir of Osbern, gave the control of their lands to Roger de Solars, of Dorstone, in Herefordshire. Petronella le Poer married a De Freyne (de Fraxino, i.e, Ash); Elena and Eustacia married members of the De Solars and from them Neen Baldwin, as it was often called, became Neen Solars. The overlordship passed to the Mortimers of Richard's Castle, and the Mortimers of Wigmore held the manor under them, but over the coparceners.

Both the De Freyne and the De Solars families held land in Herefordshire and Sutton Frene, near Hereford, took its name from the former. In 1327, nineteen inhabitants were assessed for the King's Subsidy, nearly all of whom were distinctly well-to-do. John Corbet, apparently the most wealthy, was one of the Corbets of Habberley, who held Merebrook and Tetneshull (Tetstill), near Neen. Tetstill had been a separate manor in 1086, held by Siward under the Church of Worcester. It then had land for 3 teams, and a wood that could fatten 40 swine.

Leland mentions that in his day (1530) there were ' blo shoppes,' i.e., iron forges, on the Milbrook that came down from Catherton Clee. In those days of smelting by charcoal, this would imply a thickly wooded district.

The Herald's Visitation of 1623 gives the pedigree of Coningsby of Neen Solars, and states that John Coningsby married Mary, daughter of John Solars, and that their son Roger, steward to the Earl of Warwick, married the daughter and heiress of John Bagot of Morton Bagot, co.

iv. NEEN SOLLARS REGISTERS.

Warwick. The eldest son of Roger, according to the Heralds, married a Warwickshire heiress, while the second Sir William, married Beatrice, daughter of Ingetram de Frene, of Neen Solars. Sir William was knighted on the field of Crecy, and his son Thomas also took part in the French wars, being taken prisoner by Johan de Almayne, whose daughter Theophenia (Tiffany) he married. No clue is given as to whether their son John, or his son and grandson lived at Neen, but his great-grandson, Humphrey, whose mother was heiress of John Whethill, is called of Neen Solars, and is said to have married Blanche, daughter of Sir Robert Corbet. The Coningsbys, of Hertfordshire, are said to be descended from Humphrey's brother Thomas. The Coningsbys were of Neen for at least four generations longer, down to Humphrey the traveller and scholar, whose tomb is in Neen Solars Church. His grandmother came from Essex, and this seems to have given some of the junior branch an interest in the eastern counties, though other members lived at Leominster. Humphrey the traveller was born in or about 1567, and started in 1610 to Venice to begin the journey, from which he never returned. His monument has, with several other mottoes and verses, above his effigy in armour, the following long inscription, which is of considerable interest:

" This statue and monument was made in commemoration of Humfrey Conyngesby Esq. the only sonne of John Conyngesby of Nene Solers Esq: and of Anne his wife the daughter of Thomas Barneby of Hull in the Parish of Bockleton and County of Worcester Esq: which Humfrey Conyngesby was late lorde of this Nene Sollers and patron of this Church and was heire of the eldest lyne and family of Conyngesbys from whom the rest are derived, which before King Johns tyme were Barons of England and then resided at Conyngesby in Lincolnshire. He was a perfect scoller by education and a greate travayler by his own affection he began his first travaill in April 1594 being 27 years of age 2 monethes and for four years and upwards remayned in Fraunce, Germanic Italy and Sicilye and then returned home for a little while and tooke his jorney again into Bohemia, Polonia, and Hungary where for defence of the Cristian Faith he putt himself under the banner of Rodulphe the second Emperour of the Romanes (as a voluntary gentillman) at the Seedge of Strigonium in Hungary against the Turkes, afterwards to satisfie his desier (wch was to see the most eminent places and persons) he went into Turkey, and to Natolia, to Troy in Asia by Sestos and Abydos, through the Hellespont and into the iles of Zant, Chios, Rhodes, Candy, Cyprus and divers other places in the Archipelago, he visited also sundry auncient and famous places of Greece, as Arcadia, Corinth, Thessalonika, Ephesus and Athens, went over the plaine of Thermopylae (by wch Xerxes passed into Greece) and to the top of Mount Athos, the highest hill in Greece, and so arrived at Constantinople in the raigne of Mahomet the Third Emperour of the Turks who to do him honor gave him a Turkysh gowne of cloth of gould and his mother the Sultana Ebrita gave him another rich gowne of cloth of silver and 250 chequins in gould, and after 13 monethes aboade there he returned to England, to the joy of his frends where staying awhile he went into Spaine and came back in safety, and againe the 4th tyme he tooke his jorney from London to Venice the 10th day of October 1610, and from that day was never after scene by any of his acquaintance on this side the seas or beyond nor any certainty knowne of his death, wher when or how, and from his first jorney to his 4th and last was 16 years and 6 monethes. He lived a batchelar, leaving behind him one sister of the whole bloode named Katherin the wife of Edward Freeman of Emlode in the County of Worcester Esq. and one other sister by the mothers side named Joyce Jeffreys whom he made executrix of his last will and testament appointing her thereby to erect him a tombe with an inscription of his condition, life and death,which she hath heare performed though short of his perfections.

Tempora mutantur. Anno Domini 1624."

NEEN SOLLARS REGISTERS. v.

The Heralds' Visitation does not show the connection with the Coningsby family of Hampton, co. Hereford, which was a younger branch of that of Neen Solars. Sir Thomas, knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 1591, and one of the Council of the Marches was descended from Humphrey Coningsby, famous as a lawyer in the time of Henry VII. The Coningby Hospital at Hereford was founded by Sir Thomas, the father of the owner of Hampton, Fitz William Coningsby, who held the advowson of Neen Sollars in 1630. He was Sheriff of Hereford in 1642, and suffered much as a Royalist. He was M.P. for Herefordshire in 1640, but was dismissed on technical grounds as holding a share of a soap monopoly, and his son Humphrey took his place in the House of Commons. One account of the family says that they came originally from Coningsby Castle in Lincolnshire, and were settled for several generations in Shropshire before, in the reign of Henry VIII., they bought Hampton Court, the house of the Lenthalls, near Hope under Dinmore. The same account gives the rhyme on Thomas Coningsby's marriage to the daughter of John d'Almain:-

"Thomas de Conyngesby
And his wife Tiffany
Came out of Brittany
With his man Maupas
And her maid Maleface
And their dog Hardigrace."

Fitz William Coningsby married Cecilia, elder daughter of Henry Neville, Lord Bergavenny. During the Commonwealth her husband's estates were sequestrated, while he was absent from England, and she and her children were on the verge of want. She applied for the grant of one fifth of the income from their estates in Herefordshire and Salop, but after much begging was only granted one fifth of that from Neen Solars,- a very small portion of them. Humphrey Coningsby's half-sister Joyce (daughter of Anne Barneby by her second husband, Henry Freeman of Ham Castle, co. Worcester), was dowered with a comfortable income from his estates there. She had difficulties also with regard to her income, but the Civil War did not bring the financial ruin upon her that it did upon her cousin of Hampton.

The editor of an article in Archaeologia for 1856, on the account-book of Mistress Joyce Jeffreys, says that she or whoever furnished the details of the inscription seems to have a little mixed the chronology. The only Siege of Strigonium (Gran in Lower Hungary) under Mahomet III. was in 1594, the next one and that in 1605 being under his successor Achmet. Mistress Jeffreys, who never married, spent some part of her life at Hampton, and in her note-book she speaks gratefully of Sir Thomas, and often mentions her kinsman Fitz William Coningsby. She lived through stirring times, but died at Ham Castle, her nephew's house, in 1630, and was buried at Clifton-on-Teme, co. Worcester.

Her agent, and probably tenant, at Neen Solars was Humphrey Hardman. She had a favourite god-daughter, Elizabeth Acton (whom she portioned with 800 on her marriage in 1643 to Francis Geers of Garnons), who not improbably was of a Shropshire family, and may have been one of the five daughters of Richard Acton of Dunvall, near Astley Abbotts.

There are two cottages (formerly one house) near the Church, which are traditionally said to have been part of the old Manor House. Or it may have stood just opposite, where now is Neen Court.

The living was in the gift of the Mortimers, and later of the Duke of York, and then of the King.

vi NEEN SOLLARS REGISTERS.

In 1630, Fitz William Coningsby, of Hampton, co. Hereford, was patron, but Thomas Bury, who seems to have lived at Burford, presented in 1673, Silvester Shaw and his wife in 1704, and Richard Knight in 1753. Sometime between 1795 and 1813 the advowson passed to Worcester College, Oxford, the present patrons.

THE CHURCH.

The Church of All Saints dates in foundation back to at least the 13th century, but nothing of that first building remains. The present Church is an almost unaltered example of 14th century work, consisting of nave, chancel, transepts and low central tower crowned by a spire, a very picturesque whole, especially when seen in spring, rising above the cherry blossom of the orchards.

The Commissioners of Edward VI. in 1553 put on record that Richard Luce, and the churchwardens Rychard Foxe and Gilbert Awyre reported that there remained to the Church " iij bellys, one chalys of sylver wt. the paten therto belongynge." One of these bells still hangs in the belfry. It bears the words: Sit nomen Domini benedictum," and is of 14th century date. The second bell is dated 1590, and is inscribed: " Sancta Trinitas, Unus Deus, miserere nostri." The third, which has on it: " Soli Den gloria, pax hominibus," bears the date 1649. The small bell that now hangs with the three has no inscription, and is not so old.

There was formerly a coat of arms in the east window of the Church, placed there in 1628, by Joyce Jeffreys, in memory of Humphrey Coningsby. The stained glass of the present window was given by Miss R. A. Cook, who gave also the organ and other benefactions to the parish and Church.

The Church is first mentioned in 1287, when the Advowson passed from Mortimer of Richard's Castle to Mortimer of Wigmore.

The following are the recorded incumbents, as far as can be gathered from various sources:-

RECTORS.

1278. Master Thomas de Linggeyn, Rector of Keen Solars, ordained subdeacon (Priest, 1280).
1314. Richard le Fort. Patron, Sir Roger de Mortimer.
1320. Richard de Wytton, rector, had leave of absence for one year while in attendance on Roger Mortimer of Wigmore.
1341. William Lodelowe. Presented by the King, the Honour of Mortimer being then in his hands.
1342. Sir Richard Nowell.
(In 1346, Richard David, rector, had leave of absence for a time while in attendance upon the Countess of March.)
1350. Master Robert de Malley, late Rector of Sheriff's Upton, having exchanged for Neen Solars.
1356. Richard Nowell, re-exchanged.
1361. John de Cleobury, late Rector of Flamstead, having exchanged. Patron, the King as Guardian of the heir of Roger de Mortimer.
1362. William de Gurdewell (Curdewall), res. 1385.
(Curdwall is a hamlet of Cleobury Mortimer).
1385. Richard de Welyngton, ordained Deacon in 1385, who exchanged with
1418. Sir William de Egginton, late Vicar of Cleobury Mortimer, died 1456.

NEEN SOLLARS REGISTERS. vii.

1456, Nov. 27. Master John Tapton, M.A., presented by Richard, Duke of York. Resigned 1458.
1458, Sept. 27. Sir William Reux, chaplain.
... Sir Oliver Pole, resigned 1506. He was instituted to Ludlow, 25 Febr., 1511-12, but resigned 1518.
1506, June 18. Sir Thomas Wilkes, chaplain. Patron, the King.
1531, Apr. 6. Sir Richard Luce, priest, presented to Neen Solars " cum sacello de Myleston " by the King. (He is named in the Valor of 1534-5, and signs the list of Church goods in 1553).
In 1587 the living was vacant. A second Sir Richard Luce was instituted to Coreley in 1614.
1630, June 20. Edward Pitt (? B.A. of Lincoln College, Oxford). Patron, Fitz William Coningsby. The living was sequestered under the Commonwealth in 1646, the Rector being charged with drunkenness, but he lived to return.
1646. " One Ayliff," an intruder.
1660. Edward Pitt, restored 1660, died 1673.
1673, Oct. 7. Charles Hinckesman, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford. Patron: Thomas Bury, gen. Died - February, 1703-4.
1704, Oct. 21. Thomas Jones, B.A. Patrons: Silvester Shaw, clerk, and Sara his wife. Died 29 December, 1752.
1753, Feb. 17. Edward Baugh, B.A., Balliol College. Oxford. Richard Knight of Ludlow, patron. Son of Edward Baugh of Ludlow, where he was baptized 1 May, 1725. Rector of Ribbesford with Bewdley, co. Worcester, 1765. Died 20 May, 1795.
1795, June 3. Edward Baugh, B.A , Balliol College, Oxford, son of the preceding Rector. Baptized at Neen 7 January 1758. Died 14 Nov, 1813, aged 55. M.I.
1814, Apr. 15. John Chambers, M.A. and Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. Formerly Rector of Spernall, co. Warwick. Son of Thomas Chambers of Spernall, where he was born, 1753.
1836, Sept. 21. Thomas Power Hardwicke, D.D. and Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. Vice-Provost of Worcester College, 1831. Son of Samuel Hardwicke of Worcester, where he was born, 1781. Died 20 February, 1855. M.I.
1855. Joseph Baker, M.A. and Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. Son of Joseph Baker of Presteign, co. Radnor, where he was born, 1817. Died 21 October, 1893. Buried at Milson.
1894, Mar. 30. Arthur Henry Gorton, M.A., Worcester College, Oxford. Formerly Vicar of Denchworth, co. Berks., 1886. Son of the Rev. John Gorton. Born at Secunderabad, East Indies. 1851. Died 5 July, 1900 M.I.
1900, Dec. 20. Ebenezer Josiah Newell, M.A., Worcester College, Oxford. Son of Charles Wilks Newell. Born at Southwark, co. Surrey. 1853. The present Rector of Neen Solars.

ASSISTANT CLERGY.

1370. William Smith, sacristan, ordained sub-deacon, 1370, Priest in 1373.
1381. William Salisbury de Leominster, sacristan, ordained sub-deacon in 1381 (? Priest 1382 from Wigmore).
1754. E. Edwards. curate.
1756. S. Hammond, curate.

viii. NEEN SOLLARS REGISTERS.

1757. L. Lewis, minister.
1771. W. Morgan, curate (and 1775).
1793. Richard Baugh, curate (until 1803).
1812. Benjamin Bromwich, minister.
1814. John Davies, curate.
1816. David Davies, curate.
1817. Joseph K. Miller, curate.
1817. Vincent Wood, assistant minister.
1819. Matthew Hale, curate.
1820. J. W. Perrott.
1823. W. Edwards, curate (until 1836).

The Parish Register Abstract of 1831 contains the following summary of the Registers of this Parish:- " NEEN SOLLARS R.

No. I. Bap., 1707-1812.
No. II. Bur., 1678-1812.
No. III. Marr., 1754-1812.
No other Registers can be found."

The first volume contains not Baptisms only, but also Weddings to 1750. A few Burials are also entered, probably by error. There is also a list of Rectors from 1562; an entry of the induction of Edward Baugh in 1753, and a note as to the building of the Rectory in 1758. The Churchwardens' Names are given regularly from 1708 to 1750, and also in 1753. It is a book of parchment leaves in a cover of boards faced with vellum. On the fly-leaf is a summary of baptisms from 1558 to 1658.

The second volume contains Burials in woollen from 1678 to 1685, and then goes on to 1812. The Churchwardens names are given from 1684 to 1750. An entry occurs in 1724 of the burial of William and An Tippin, who had been married nearly 60 years, and died within two hours of one another. There is a note of Louis XVI. being beheaded on 21 January, 1793, and of the Rector of Hopton Wafers shooting himself on the following day. At the end of the volume is a memorandum of the induction of John Chambers in 1814. It is a volume of paper leaves, 12 by 8 inches, in a parchment cover, but only the first fifteen leaves are written on. The rector and churchwardens usually sign each year to 1751, after which the rector alone usually signs at the bottom of each page. The volume is well written, and is in good condition. Outside the cover is written:- " Register of Burials for Neen Solars. Neen."

The third volume, which contains Marriages from 1754 to 1812, has no entries of any special interest. It is a paper book, with the marriage entries all written (not the usual printed forms) in a parchment cover, size 12 by 8 inches. There are 326 pages, of which only 37 pages are filled. Outside the cover is:- " Marriage Register, Anno Dom: 1754. Neen Sollars." It is well written, and in good condition.

The Marriage Register 1813 to 1851 is a paper book of printed forms, three on each page, in a parchment cover, size 15 by 10 inches. There are 100 pages, but only 13 pages containing 29 marriages have been filled up. The volume is one of Eyre & Strahan's (King's Printers) Registers. On the title is " Neen Sollars "; but in the headings to each page the year is variously spelt Neen Solars, Sollars, Sollers or Solars, Solers.

It is unfortunate that the earlier Registers are lost. A memorandum on the flyleaf of volume I. states that in the 100 years from 1558 to 1658 there were 351 Baptisms, 229 Burials, and 26 Marriages. Probably the Bishop's Transcripts at Hereford would be found to contain entries from about 1660 to the commencement of the existing Registers. There

NEEN SOLLARS REGISTERS. ix.

are no entries of great importance in these Registers. The Rectors seem to have not always been resident, and few parishioners are given the prefix " Mr." In 1777, Mr. Thomas Wall occurs, and Mr. Edward Wall in 1783. Mr. John Yarranton and Mr. James Blount are mentioned as marrying away on April 24. 1783; the latter married Elizabeth Best at Cleobury. Another parishioner married away was John Starey of Neen, who in 1674 married Elizabeth Turton at Rowley Regis, Staffordshire. The old house at the Hem in Burford parish bears their initials and the date 1682. Martha Starie is named as leaving some money to the poor of Neen in 1777.

It remains only to add that the Registers were copied by Mr. T. R. Horton. Volume I. was collated and seen through the press by Miss Auden; and the proofs of Volumes II., III., and IV. were compared with the original Registers, as they passed through the press, by the Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher. The Registers are now printed with the kind permission of the Rev. E. J. Newell, the present Rector of Neen Sollars.

H. M. AUDEN, F.R. HIST. Soc.
ALDERDENE,
CHURCH STRETTON,
September, 1914

Register of Baptisms for Neen Sollers.

[On paper fly-leaf:]

Baptizd. Males in Neen from 1558 to 1658 ... 181
Baptizd. Females there in yt. time ... 170
Buried there in yt. time ... 229
Married there in yt. time ... 026

The first Rector of Neen in the Register is Rich. Luce, inducted 1562,
livd. till June 1630, so yt. if ye Register doth not mislead us, he must
have been Minister 68 years. Edward Pytt succeeded in 1630 and died in
1673, being ye space of 43 years, but he was turnd. out in ye Rebellion
from 1646 to 1660 being 14 years, and one Ayliff put in, was kickt out on
ye Restoration, so yt. Pytt was Rector 29 years.

Charls. Hincksman was inducted 1673, & continued till Feb. 1703, so yt.
he was Minister 30 yrs. There is a Chasm in Milson's Register from 1639
to 1650, and from 1655 to 1660.

The Revd. Mr. Thomas Jones succeeded in 1703 and continued Rector till
his death which happened abt. the 29 th of Dec. 1752, and the Revd. Mr.
Edward Baugh succeeded him & was inducted to the same the 12th of March
following, being 1753 according to the alteration of the Stile. He died
May 10th 1795, and was succeeded by his son the Revd. Edward Baugh, B.A.,
who was inducted into the Rectory of Neen Sollers with the Chapel of
Milson annexed, June 3rd 1795, by the Revd. T. C. Johnstone, Rector of
Hope Bagot; the Revd. Edward Baugh, B.A. departed this life Nov. 14th,
1813 aged 55.

The Revd. John Chambers M.A. was instituted April 15, 1814. Thomas Power
Hardwicke succeeded as Rector &c. 1836; Joseph Baker 1855, died October
21st 1893; both Fellows of Worcester College Oxford.

2 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1707

Arthur Henry Gorton, M.A., formerly exhibitioner of Worcester College
Oxford, and for 8 years Vicar of Denchworth, Berks, was inducted to the
Rectory of Neen Solars with Milson March 31st 1894, instituted (March
30th). He died July 5, 1900, much beloved by his parishioners.

Ebenezer Josiah Newell M.A. formerly exhibitioner of Worcester College
Oxford was inducted January 12, 1901 (instituted Dec. 20, 1900).

A REGISTER BOOK OF THE PARISH OF NEEN SOLLERS CONTAINING
ALL WEDDINGS & CHRISTNINGS WITHIN YE SAID PARISH
SINCE MARCH YE 24TH, 1707.

1708, Mar. 25. Edward, s. of Humphry Hardman & Sarah ... bap.
" Nov. 8. Thomas, s. of Richard Howls & Ann ... bap.
" Jan. 14. Sarah, d. of John Bowen & Ann ... bap.
" Feb. 4. Elizabeth, d. of Henry Pennel & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Mar. 6. Margret, d. of Benjamin Stary & Elizabeth ... bap.

THO. JONES, Rector [signs to 1750].
RICHARD ENGLISH & RICHARD HOWLES, Ch. W.

1709, June 9. Edward, s. of Edward Ridly & Margret ... bap.
" Sep. 18. John, s. of John Coats & Anne ... bap.
" Nov. 27. Sarah, d. of Abraham Probberts & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Mar. 20. William, s. of William Reynalds & Susannah ... bap.

HUMPHRY HARDMAN & HENRY LLOYD, Ch. W.

1710, Apr. 6. Richard, s. of Humphry Hardman & Sarah ... bap.
" May 24. John, s. of Thomas Jones, Clerk, & Sarah ... bap.
" Oct. 15. John, s. of Richard English & Elizabeth ... bap.
Henry, s. of Henry Pennell & Elizabeth.
James Ockley, of ye p. of Weobly, & Ann Shaw, of ye p. of Ey, were Married by Licence Nov. ye 21st [afterwards crossed out].

1718] Neen Sollars. 3

1710, Jan. 28. Elenor, d. of Richard Stary & Drusilla ... bap.

HENRY PENNELL & EDWARD RIDLY, Ch. W.

1711, June 10. Ann, d. of John Bowen & Ann ... bap.
" Oct. 20. Jane, d. of Benjamin Stary & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Oct. 22. John, s. of Abraham Probberts & Elizabeth ... bap.
" Oct. 28. Sarah, d. of John Davis & Jane ... bap.
" Nov. 21. Elizabeth, d. of Walter Pooler & Susanna ... bap.

RICHD. PERKS & EDWARD COATS, Ch. W.

1712, Mar. 28. Edward, s. of Edward & Sarah Brazier ... bap.
" Oct. 4. Margret, d. of William & Susanna Reynalds ... bap.

BENJAMIN STARY & JOHN BOWEN, Ch. W.

1713, Apr. 12. William, s. of Daniel & Margret Crunn ... bap.
" Aug. 25. Susanna, d. of Walter Pooler & Susanna ... bap.
" Mar. 21. Martha, d. of Jonathan & Mary Massey ... bap

JOHN HARRIS & WILLIAM TIPPIN, Ch. W.

1714, May 25. Elizabeth, d. of Richard & Elizabeth English ... bap.
" Oct. 31. Elizabeth, d. of John & Ann Bennett... bap.

RICHARD ENGLISH & RICHARD PRODGERS, Ch. W.

1715, Apr. 1. William, s. of John Coats & Ann ... bap.
" July 6. James, s. of William Reynalds & Susanna ... bap.

JOHN HARRIS & JOHN COATS, Ch. W.
1716, Aug. 2. Walter, s. of Walter Pooler & Susanna.
" Oct. 4. Jane, d. of John & Sarah Jordan.
" Jan. 13. James, s. of Abraham & Elizabeth Probberts.

BENJAMIN STARY & THOMAS PENNELL, Ch. W.

1717, May 1. John, s. of John Bennett & Ann.
" May 26. Joseph, s. of Joseph Mantle & Ann.
" Feb. 18. Richard, s. of Richard Woodvatt & Jone.

RICHARD PERKS, & Widow Stary's man, for her estate, Ch. W.

1718, Apr. 9. Thomas, s. of John Coats & Ann.
" Apr. 28. Eizabett., d. of Edward Fowler & Elizabeth.
" June 8. Elizabeth, d. of John Fisher & Jane.
" June 24. Susanna, d. of William Reynalds & Susanna.

4 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1718

1718, Jan. 6. John English & Jane Coats, were ... married by Lic.
" Jan. 6. Hannah, d. of John & Sarah Jordan.
" Feb. 8. Elizabeth, d. of Abraham Probberts & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 26. Edward, s. of Benjamin Bateman & Catherine.

WALTER POOLER & EDWARD BRAZIER, Ch. W.

1719, Apr. 12. Susannah, d. of Benjamin Stary & Elizabeth.
" June 3. Mary, d. of John Bowen & Ann.
" Aug. 13. Margret, d. of Richard English & Elizabeth.
" Jan. 2. Richard, s. of Edward & Elizabeth Fowler.
" Jan. 17. Richard, s. of Aaron & Ursula York.

RICHARD ENGLISH, SENR., & RICHARD ENGLISH, JUNR., Ch. W.

1720, Oct. 30. William, s. of Richard Woodyatt & Jone.

JOHN JORDAN & WILLIAM NASH, Ch. W.

1721, Mar. 25. John, s. of John Fisher & Ann.
" Apr. 12. Ann, d. of Benjamin Stary & Elizabeth.
" Oct. 19. Edward, s. of Edward Fowler & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 13. Mercy, d. of John & Sarah Jordan.
" Feb. 24. William, s. of John Bennett & Ann.

WILLIAM ELLIS & WILLIAM REYNALDS, Ch. W.

1722, Apr. 22. Charles Bird & Catherine Broaduss, were married by Banns.
" May 1. Francis, s. of William Reynalds & Susannah.
" May 15. William, s. of John Fisher & Ann.
" Oct. 9. Ann, d. of Edward Greg & Sarah.
" Oct. 10. Elizabeth, d. of John Jones & Elizabeth.
" Dec. 3. Elizabeth, d. of Tho. Fennel & Sarah.
" Jan. 31. Edward Wall & Margret Stary married by Lic.

RICHD. PERKS & JOHN ENGLISH, Ch. W.

1723, July 5. Francis Hammonds & Mary Poston were mard. by Lic.
" July 13. Thomas, s. of Mary Piddle, a bastard child.
" Sep. 3. Richard Jeffrys & Elizabeth Hill were married by Banns.
" Sep. 8. Elizabeth, d. of Francis Hammonds & Mary.
" Nov. 1. Mary, d. of Edward Fowler & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 27. Thomas, s. of Edward Wall & Margret.

BENJAMIN STARY & JOHN BOWEN, Ch. W.

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1724, July 7. Mary, d. of John Coats & Ann.
" July 7. Edward, s. of John Coats & Ann.
" Aug. 28. Ann, d. of Richard Woodyatt & Jone.

JOHN HARRIS & JOHN MANTLE, Ch. W.

1725, May 10. John, s. of John Preece & Hannah.
" July 20. Jane, d. of Francis Hammonds & Mary.
" July 21. Richard, s. of Edward Wall & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 14. William Ball & Joice Brown were married by Banns.
" Mar. 13. Ann, d. of Edward Fowler & Elizabeth.

WILLIAM ENGLISH & GEORGE PADGETT, Ch. W.

1726, May 7. Thomas, s .of John Preece & Hannah.
" Nov. 18. Edward, s. of Edward Wall & Margret.
" Nov. 21. John, s. of John Jones & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 2. Mary. d. of Edward Greg & Sarah.

JOHN COATS, for Titfields, & JOHN PREECE, Ch. W.

1727, May 23. Francis, s. of Francis Hammonds & Mary.
" Nov. 12. William, s. of John Preece & Hannah.

BEN. STARY & THO: PENNELL, Ch. W.

1728, June 14. Margret, d. of Edward Wall & Margret.
" June 28. Sarah, d. of Thomas Pennell & Sarah.
" Aug. 16. Thomas Stacy, s. of Elizabeth Pooler, a bastard Child.

WIDD: STARY & EDW: WALL, Ch. W.

1729, Jan. 18. Thomas, s. of Francis Hammonds & Mary.
" Feb. 12. John, s. of William English & Elizabeth.

WALTER POOLER & EDWARD BRAZIER, Ch. W.

1730, Apr. 23. Joseph, s. of John Preece & Hannah.
" May 3. William Morrice & Esthe1 Webb were married by Banns.
" May 22. Mary, d. of Thomas Pennell & Sarah.
" Mar. 18. Mary, d. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.

RICH. ENGLISH & WILL. ENGLISH, Ch. W.

1731, July 9. William, s. of William Morrice & Ester.
" Oct. 15. Mary, d. of Francis Hammond & Mary.
" Nov. 25. Margret, d. of William English & Elizabeth.
" Jan. 20. John, s. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.
" Mar. 24. Elizabeth, d. of Richard Mun & Elizabeth.

JOHN NASH & HUMPHRY HARDMAN, Ch. W.

6 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1732

1732, Dec. 9. Humphry, s. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 4. John, s. of John Powel & Jane.
" Feb. 20. Martha,d. of Charles Shaw & Mary

THO. MARSTON & JOHN HOWTON, Ch. W.

1733, Mar. 25. Mary, d. of William Morrice & Esther.
" June 10. Mary, d. of John Howton & Mary.
" July 15. Ester, d. of Francis Hammond & Mary.
" Nov. 5. Eleanor, d. of Richard Munn & Elizabeth.
" Dec. 20. Martha, d. of Thomas Bevan & Mary.

JOHN ENGLISH & RICH. PERKS, Ch. W.

1734, May 1. William, s. of William English & Elizabeth.
" Dec. 5. Sarah, d. of Edward Brazier & Ursula.
" Dec. 8. Edward, s. of Charls Shaw & Mary.
" Jan. 6. Mary, d. of Richard Munn & Elizabeth.
" Jan. 28. Susanna, d. of William English & Elizabeth.

BENJAMIN STARY & JOHN BOWEN, Ch. W.

1735, Apr. 24. Samuel, s. of William Morrice & Ester.
" June 24. Ann, d. of Francis & Mary Hammonds.
" Oct. 25. Mary, d. of William Hill & Elizabeth.

(STARY for ye Shop) BENJAMIN STARY; Howton for Smith, Ch. W.

1736, Oct. 14. Eleanor, d. of Richard Munn & Elizabeth.
" Oct. 20. Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Bevan & Mary.

ED. HARDMAN, [blank] LEDDINGTON, Ch. W.

1737, May 13. Elizabeth, d. of Will. Morrice & Esther.
" July 3. Margaret, d. of John Harris & Margret.
" Aug. 21. Margret, d. of Francis & Mary Hammonds.
" Aug. 23. Margret, d. of Charles & Mary Shaw.
" Nov. 18. Ann, d. of Richard Stephens & Mary.

THO. PITT, & STEPHEN OXENBOOLD, for Titfields, Ch. W.

1738, Mar. 26. Ann, d. of William Hill & Elizabeth.
" Dec. 27. Ann, d. of Richard Munn & Elizabeth.
" Mar. 18. Edward, s. of Thomas Bevan & Mary.

BEN. STARY & THO. PENNELL.

1739, Mar. 29. George, s. of Richard Stephens & Mary.
" Aug. 12. William, s. of Francis Hammonds & Mary.
" Nov. 18. Richard, s. of Ann Strete, a bastard Child.
" Dec. 31. Esther, d. of William Morris & Esther.

BEN. DUN & SAM. DODD, Ch. W.

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1740, Apr. 24. Mary, d. of Richard Stephens & Mary.
" June 15. Susanna, d. of Charles & Mary Shaw.

WALTER POOLER & EDWARD BRAZIER, Ch. W.

1741, May 3. Walter Potts. p. Orleton, & Jane Brown, of this p., married by Banns.
" May 10. John Morris. p. Caynam, & Sarah Mitcham, of this p., married by Banns.
" Oct. 4. Walter, s. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.
" Nov. 25. Sarah, d. of John Harris & Margret.

THO. STRAFFORD & WILL. REYNALDS, Ch. W.

1742, May 1. Ann, d. of Tho. Strafford & [blank].
" July 11. John, s. of Francis & Mary Hammonds.
" July 18. John, s. of NVi;liam & Sarah Reynalds.
" July 25. Ann, d. of Thomas & Mary Bevan.

RICHD. STEPHENS & JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1743, Sep. 11. Mary, d. of John Kite & Eleanor.
" Oct. 6. John, s. of Richard Stephens & Mary.
" Nov. 6. William, s. of John Miles & Ann.
" Nov. 13. William, s. of Charles Shaw & Mary.

THO. BEAVAN & JOHN HOWTON, Ch. W.

1744, May 6. Thomas, s. of John Harris & Margret.
" Sep. 24. Sarah, d. of William Reynalds & Sarah.

RICHD. PERKS & HUMPHRY HARDMAN.

1745, Mar. 27. Martha, d. of Francis Hammonds & Mary.
" Sep. 8. Samuel, bastard s. of Mary Bradly.
" Oct. 27. Margret, d. of Thomas Bevan & Mary.
" Jan. 1. William, s. of Thomas Humphrys & Elizabeth.

BENJAMIN STARY & THO. TAYLOR, Ch. W.

1746, Jan. 25. Elizabeth, d. of John Harris & Margret.

BENJ. STARY & THO. STRAFFORD, Ch. W.

1747, Feb. 14. Susanna, d. of John Kite & Eleanor.
" Oct. 12. Walter, s. of Walter Pooler & Ann.

BEN. STARY & EDWARD HARDMAN, Ch. W.

1748, May 8. William Spencer, p. Sapy Pittcard, & Mary Grubb, of the p. of Woolferlow, were were married by Lic.
" June 26. Sarah, d. of Ann Barker, a bastard Child.
" July 7. John, s. of Charles & Mary Shaw.
" Oct. 16. Susanna, d. of Thos. Bevan & Mary.

8 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1748

1748, Nov. 13. Ann, d. of Jonathan & Ann Williams.
" Feb. 12. Margret, d. of John Howton & Ann.

BEN. DUN, & KITE for BEN. STARY, Ch. W.

1749, Sep. 10. John, s. of John Harris & Margret.
" Sep. 13. Nancy, d. of Walter Pooler & Ann.
" Dec. 8. William, s. of William Palmer & Mary.

ED. WALL & JOS. MURRAL, Ch. W.

1750, Apr. 15. Elizabeth, d. of Jonathan & Ann Williams.
" May 3. Catherine, d. of Edward & Mary Brasier.
" May 28. James Arden & Ann George were married.
" Oct. 4. John, s. of James Perry & Elizabeth.

WALTER POOLER & BEN. DUN, Ch. W.

1751, July 1. Jane, d. of John & Susannah Kyte.
" May 20. Sarah Bowing was buried.
" June 4. Jane, d. of John & Susannah Kyte was ... bur.
" June 1. John Bowing was ... bur.
" Dec. 2. Martha, d. of Jonathan & Ann Williams.
" Jan. 10. Benjamin, s. of Thomas & Mary Bevan, was ... bap. Jan. 10th, & ... bur. Jan. 13th.
" Feb. 2. William, s. of Mary Owens alias Roberts.
" Feb. 11. Margaret, d. of William & Sarah Reignolds.
1752, Apr. 5. Elizabeth, d. of William & Mary Palmer.
" Aug. 13. Benjamin Starie, d. of John & Susannah Kite.
1753, Mar. 18. James, s. of James & Elizabeth Penny.
" [blank]. John, s. of Jonathan Sr Ann Williams.
" June 17. Elizabeth, d. of Edward & Jane Brazier.
" Nov. 6. Ann, d. of Edward & Elizabeth Jones, priv. ... bap.

[Name of Rector erased.] J. HOUGHTON & J. HARRIS, Ch. W.

1754, Jan. 13. Elizabeth, d. of Thos. & Elizabeth Tyler.
" July 28. John, s. of William & Mary Palmer.
" Sep. 1. Sarah, d. of John Kite & Susanna.
" Nov. 17. John Beddoe, a base born child.
1755, Jan. 24. Hugh, s. of Hugh Davies & Eliz.
" Jan. 26. John, s. of Edwd. Brazier & Jane.
" May 5. Mary, d. cf Richard & Mary Price.
" June 15. John, s. of Samuel & Susanna Nash.
" June 22. Thomas, s. of Jonathan & Ann Williams.
1756. (blank].

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1757, Jan. 30. Thomas, s. of Richard Prees & Mary.
" Mar. 2. Susanna, d. of Jonathan Williams & Ann.
" Apr. 17. Sarah, d. of WiFiam Palmer & Mary.
" May 28. Stephen, s. of John Howton & Ann.
1758, Jan. 7. Edward, s. of Edward Baugh, Clerk, & Margaret. By EDWARD BAUGH, Rector [signs to 1794].
" Mar. 2. Hannah, d. of James Penny & Elizabeth.
" Apr. 7. Ann, d. of Edward Brasier & Jane.
" May 6. John, s. of John Kite & Susannah.
" Nov. 13. George, s. of Richard Preese & Mary.
" Nov. 27. Hannah, rl. of Jonathan Williams & Ann.
" Dec. 3. Phebe, d. of William Hotchkiss & Elisabeth.
1759, Apr. 14. Mary, d. of Samuel Gravenor & Elisabeth.
1760, Feb. 2. Rebecca, d. of Richd. Preese & Mary.
" Nov. 16. Richard, s. of James Penny & Elisabeth.
1761, Mar. 11. Margaret, d. of James Dorrel & Margaret.
" Apr. 3. William. s. of Edwd. Brasier & Jane.
" Sep. 20. John, s. of Samuel Gravenor & Elisabeth.
" Oct. 18. Jane, d. of Richard Prees & Mary.
" Oct. 18. Mary, d. of Benjn. Southall & Mary.
1763, Jan. 22. Thomas, s. of Edward Baugh, Clerk, & Margaret.
" Apr. 9. Ann, d. of Catherine Oliver.
" Apr. 9. Edward, s. of Ann Dukes.
" June 6. Richard, s. of Willm. Baldwin & Margt.
1764, Feb. 28. Thomas, s. of Jonathan Williams & Ann.
" May 11. Thomas, s. of Edwd. Brasier & Jane.
" June l0. George, s. of George Crow & Ann.
" Aug. 5. Margaret, 4. of Wm. Foxall & Elisabeth.
1765, Jan. 6. Richard, s. of Edward Baugh, Clerk, & Margaret.
" Mar. 10. Edward, s. of Samuel Gravenor & Elisabeth.
" Apr. 29. Mary, d. of Thomas Cave & Sarah.
" July 7. Susanna, d. of Willm. Owens & Mary.

EDWARD BAUGH, Clerk, Master of Arts, Chaplain to the Right Honourable George William, Earl of Coventry, inducted into the Rectory of Neen Sollers with the Chapelry of Milson in the County of Salop & Diocese of Hereford, on the 12th of March 1753, & on the 20th of April 1765, into the Rectory of Ribbsford with the Chapel of Bewdley in the County of Worcester and Diocese aforesaid, by Thos. HOWARD, Clerk.

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1765, Sep. 19. John, s. of Richd. Garbett & Mary.
" Dec. 29. William, s. of George Crow & Ann.
1766, Jan. 4. John, s. of Richard Preese & Mary.
" Mar. 20. Hannah, d. of Benjn. Hawthorn & Susanna.
" Apr. 21. Mary, d. of Edwd. Brasier & Jane.
" Oct. 19. William, s. of William Foxall & Elisabeth.
" Nov. 30. Jane, d. of Mary Hinton.
1767, Mar. 16. Edwd., s. of Edwd. Wall & Molly.
" Mar. 21. Mary & Elisabeth & Sarah, daughters of William Owens & Mary.
" Sep. 13. Mary, d. of John Andrews & Elisabeth.
" Nov. 12. Sarah, d. of William Baldwin & Margaret.
1768, Jan. 7. Martha, d. of Edwd. Baugh, Clerk, & Margaret.
" July 27. John, s. of William Owens & Mary.
" Nov. 27. John, s. of Benjn. Hawthorn & Susanna.
1770, Apr. 6. William, s. of William Owens & Mary.
1769, Jan. 13. Willm., s. of Edwd. Wall & Molly.
" Feb. 5. Mary, d. of Mary Wilkes.
" Feb. 5. Mary, d. of Elisth. Wilkes.
" Mar. 26. Betty, d. of Thos. Amphlet & Betty.
" Apr. 25. Thomas, s. of George Lewis & Ann.
" May 7. Betty, d. of Willm. Foxall & Elisabeth.
" May 21. William, s. of Samuel Gravenor & Elisabeth.
" June 18. Ann, d. of Richd. Brick & Ann.
" July 31. Walter, s. of Thomas Care & Sarah.
" Sep. 24. Mary, d. of Samuel Charles & Anne.
1770, June 9. Ann, d. of Benjn. Southall & Mary.
1771, Mar. 15. Richard, s. of Edwd. Wall & Molly.
" June 18. Saml., s. of Willm. Foxall & Elizth.
" Oct. 3. Willm., s. of Richd. Preese & Mary.
1772, Mar. 15. Tho., s. of William Owens & Mary.
" May 31. Susannah, d. of William Baldwin & Margaret.
" July 5. Edwd., s. of Willm. Jewkes & Susannah.
" Nov. 18. Saml., s. of Thos. Dodd & Ann.
1773, Mar. 7. Richd., s. of Edwd. Wall & May.
" Mar. 20. Thos., s of Willm. Humphrys & Diana.

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1773, Apr. 20. Benjn., s. of John Giles & Mary.
" May 9. Mary, d. of Willm. Foxall & Elisabeth.
" July 30. Thomas, s. of Joyce Hill, a bastard.
1774, Feb. 6. Mary, d. of Hannah Brick, a bastard.
" June 22. Ann, d. of James Tunks & Elisabeth.
" July 17. Edwd , s. of Thos. Dod & Ann.
" Aug. 14. Susanna, s. of Saml. Flecher & Elisabeth.
" Sep. 6. Benjn., s. of William Owens & Mary.
1775, Jan. 18. Susanna, d. of Edwd. Wall & Molly.
" May 4. Betty, d. of Willm. Humphrys & Diana.
" June 11. Thos., s. of Edwd. Brasier & Margt.
" June 11. Ann, d. of Willm. Foxall & Elizth.
1776, Feb. 4. Mary, d. of Thos. Amphlet & Betty.
" Mar. 26. Francis, s. of Willm. Owens & Mary.
" Aug. 25. Hannah, d. of John Woodruff & Hannah.
" Sep. 8. Lucy, d. of Eleanor Penny, a bastard.
1777, Jan. 5. Hannah, d. of Richd. Oliver & Martha.
" Jan. 26. Susanna, d. of Fra. Bishop & Susanna.
" Mar. 31. Thomas, s. of John King & Ann.
" Apr. 6. Eleanor, d. of Willm. Foxall & Elisath.
" Apr. 20. Mary, d. of James Tunks & Elisabeth.
1778, Mar. 20. Ann, d. of Francis Bishop & Susanna.

The Rectory House of Neen Sollers was built in the year 1758 by Edwd. Baugh, Rector of the said parish, who also built a large granary upon brick pillars and laid out thirty pounds in repairing the other buildings, though he received no dilapidations of the Executor of the Revd. Mr. Thos. Jones his predecessor.

1778, May 24. Ann, d. of Willm. Humphrys & Diana.
" May 31. Martha, d. of Elizth. Harper, a bastard.
" Sep. 22. Mary, d. of Thos. Price & Carolina.
" Oct. 18. John, s. of John Woodruff & Hannah.
" Nov. 8. Willm., s. of Thos. Bradley & Ann.
1779, Jan. 20. John, s. of John King & Ann.
" Mar. 17. John, s. of John Giles & Mary.
" Mar. 28. James, s. of James Tunks & Elisabeth.
" Mar. 28. Hannah, d. of Wm. Eglington & Mary.
" Apr. 5. Edwd., s. of William Owens & Mary.
" Nov. 28. Sarah, d. of Mary Dovey, a bastard.

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1780, Feb. 13. Willm., s. of Willm. Humphries & Diana.
" Apr. 9. Mary, d. of Edwd. Shakeshift & Mary.
" Aug. 13. Richd., s. of John Woodruff & Hannah.
" Sep. 24. Hannah, d. of James Tunks & Elizth.
" Oct. 7. Thos., s. of Thos. Price & Carolina.
" Oct. 15. Edwd., s. of Willm. Bury & Eleanor.
" Oct. 29. Willm., s. of Willm. English & Ann.
" Nov. 22. Walter Pooler, s. of John Giles & Mary.
1781, Jan. 28. Jane, d. of John Edwards & Elizth.
" Mar. 16. Sukey, d. of Willm. Eglington & Mary.
" Apr. 1. Mary, d. of John King & Ann.
" Apr. 28. Diana, d. of Willm. Humphries & Diana.
" May 26. Tho:, s. of Richd. Crow & [blank].
" Sep. 16. Mary, d. of Wi:lm. Bayley & Frances.
" Sep. 24. Hannah, d. of Willm. & Mary Owens.
" Dec. 13. Saml., s. of Steph'n Reynolds & Mary.
1782, Jan. 27. R!chd., s. of Richd. Oliver & Martha.
" Jan. 27. John, s. of John Kite, junr., & Mary.
" Oct. 6. Sarah, d. of William Palmer & Mary.
" Nov. 3. Hannah, d. of Mary Turner, was baptized Nov. 3rd. Midwife said the Child was brought from Bayton.
" Dec. 17. Mary, d. of Wm. & Mary Eglington.
1783, Jan. 13. Mary, d. of Jas & Elizth. Butcher.
" Apr. 24. Mr. Jno. Yarranton & Mr. Jas. Blount were married Neen Savage & Cleobury.
" Sep. 25. Betty, d. of Elisth. Powel, was baptized Sep. 25th, 1783. A bastard Child brought by Betty Humphries's sister from Burford parish to Willm. Humphries's wife, was along with her when she brought the child to my house to be baptized.
" Oct. 5. Geo., s. of Geo. Pound & Margaret.
1784, Jan. 11. Willm., s. of Willm. & Hannah Brick.
" Apr. 12. Eleanor, d. of John & Susanna Penny.
" June 20. Benjn., s. of John & Mary Kite.
" Aug. 8. John, s. of Geo: & Margaret Palmer.
" Nov. 21. Sarah, d. of Jas. & Elizth. Butcher.
" Nov. 28. Mary, d. of Susanna Pound, was baptized, a bastard, servt. to Mr. Thos. Wall.

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1784, Dec. 29. Thos., s. of Richd. & Elizth. Penny.
1785, Jan. 30. Thos., s. of Geo: & Margt. Pound.
" Feb. 7. Fra:, s. of Jas. & Rebecca Pit.
" Apr. 10. Joseph, s. of Mary Turner.
" May 8. James, s. of James & Mary Coles, a pauper.
" Aug. 11. Willm., s. of John & Mary Giles.
1786, Jan. 1. Elizth., d. of Thos. & Hannah Bently.
" Feb. 1. Hannah. d. of John & Mary Posten, was baptized, not Xtened.
" July 30. Susanna, d. of John & Mary Kite.
" Aug. -. Betty, d. of Wil'm. & Mary Owens.
1787, Feb. 25. Edwd., s of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Mar. 4. Susanna, d. of Geo: & Margaret Pound.
" Apr. 9. Geo:, s. of Geo: & Margaret Palmer.
" June 24. Betty, d. of Jas. & Mary Coles.
" June 24. Thos., s. of Willm. & Hannah Brick.
" July 8. Edwd., s. of John & Ann King.
" Sep. 14. James, s. of James & Elizth. Butcher.
" Nov. 4. Elizth., d. of Richd. & Martha Oliver.
" Nov. 11. Hannah, d. of Mary Dovey.
1788, Feb. 24. John, s. of John & Elizabeth Brasier.
" Mar. 9. Willm., s. of W'illm. & Diana Humphries.
" July 13. Thos., s. of John & Mary Kyte.
1789, Feb. 17. Mary, d. of John & Mary Heath
" Mar. 1. John, s. of Edwd. & Anne Hains.
" Mar. 8. Thos., s. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Mar. 15. Betsy, d. of Willm. & Hannah Brick.
" Mar. 28. Thos., s. of John & Elizth. Hall.
Sir Walter Blount, Bart., come of age Sep. 3, 1789.
1789, Oct. 11. Willm., s. of Geo: & Hannah Pound.
1790, Jan. 17. Sarah. d. of John & Ann King.
" Apr. 27. Edwd., s. of Ann Giles, a bastard born in Milson.
" May 16. John, s. of Susanna Blakeway, a bastard.
" May 30. Clary, d. of Willa,. & Mary Taylor.
" June 13. Edwd., s. of Richd. & Martha Weaver.
" July 11. Mary, d. of Jas: & Mary Coles.
" July 29. Willm., s. of Jas: & Hester Bucher.
" Aug. 1. Joseph, s. of James & Hester Bucher.
" Aug. 23. Mary, d. of John & Mary Kyte.

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1790, Aug. 22. Willm., s. of Mary Scondrate, a bastard by Jno. Shakeshift, Tedstill.
" Oct. 21. Willm., s. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
1791, Jan. 12. Elizth., d. of Sukey Jones. 3d.
" Feb. 13. Mary Ann, d. of Wm. & Hannah Brick.
" Apr. 25. Mary Ann, d. of Richd. & Martha Oliver.
" May 15. Laetitia, d. of Susanna Palmer.
" May 15. Willm., s. of Willm. & Margt. Ree.
" May 15. Richd., s. of Edwd. & Ann Haines.
" May 22. Priscilla, d. of Richd. & Jane Laurence.
" June 26. Elizth., d. of Stephen & Elizth. Houghton.
" July 24. Lucy, d. of Win. & Diana Humfries.
" July 27. Mary, d. of Jas: & Elizth. Allen.
" Aug. 21. Benjn., s. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Aug. 28. Ann, s. of Saml. & Elizth. Bird.
" Dec. 18. Mary, d. of Mary Dovey, a bastard.
1792, Mar. 25. Elizth., d. of John & Mary Kyte.
" Apr. 29. Ambrose, s. of Willm. & Mary Taylor.
" Apr. 29. Beriah, s. of William & Mary Taylor.
" May 6. Ann, d. of Mary Turner, pauper.
" Aug. 2. Rachel, d. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
" Aug. 12. Joseph, s. of Geo. & Margt. Pound.
" Aug. 26. Susanna, d. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Oct. 23. John, s. of Wm. & Hannah Brick.
" Nov. 15. James, s. of Jas: & Elizth. Allen.
" Nov. 18. Thos., s. of Thos. & Susanna Meyrick.
" Nov. 18. Rich'd, s. of John & Elizth. Hall.
1793, Mar. 28. Mary, d. of Mary Scondrate, p.
" Mar. 31. Stephen, s. of Stephen & Elizth. Houghton.
" Apr. 1. Elizth., d. of Saml. & Elizth. Bird.
" May 26. Isaac, s. of Richd. & Martha Westley.
" Oct. 21. Edwd., s. of John & Hannah Nash, of Langley, was ... bap. Oct. 21st, 1793, at my house.
" Nov. 3. Hannah, d. of Richd. & Phoebe Jenkins Morris.
" Nov. 10. Jonathan, s. of Thos. & Martha Williams.
" Dec. 15. Edwd., s. of Edwd. & Ann HaMs, twin.
" Dec. 15. Erie Maria, d. of Edwd. & Ann Hains, twin.
1794, Jan. 12. Beriah, s. of Willm. & Mary Taylor.
" Feb. 16. Henry, s. of Willm. & Sarah Ludlow.
" Mar. 6. Laetitia, d. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.

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1794, Mar. 9. Hannah, d. of Wm. & Hannah Brick.
" June 15. Hannah, d. of John & Mary Kite.
" June 15. Margaret, d. of Jas. & Mary Cores.
" July 6. Susanna, d. of Richd. & Martha Westley.
1795, Apr. 26. Clary, d. of Edwd & Hannah Crow.
" June 14. Hannah, d. of Geo: & Margt. Pound.
" June 23. Sarah, d. of Willm. & Mary Beech.
" July 12. Thomas, s. of Sand. & Elizth. Bird.
" Sep. 6. Mary. d. of Richd. & Martha Westley.
" Nov. 29. Mary, d. of Thos. & Martha Williams.
1796, Mar. 6. John, s. of Willm. & Hannah Brick.
" Apr. 24. Cicily, d. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" May 8. William, s of Mary Garbett, a bastard.
" May 16. Ann, d of Willm. & Elizth. Penny, p. Corely.
" July 17. Thos , s. of John & Hannah Broom, p. Burford.
1797, Feb. 12. William, s. of Richd. & Martha Oliver.
" Sep. 24 Ann, d of Wiilm. & Mary Beech.
" Nov 19. John, s. of John & Man Eaton.
1798, Feb. 25. Mary, d. of Saml. & Elizth. Bird.
" Mar. 11. John, s. of Thos. & Sarah Crow.
" Apr. 1. Sarah, d. of James & Mary Coles.
" Apr. 7. William, s. of & Ann Garbet.
" May 27. Maria, d. of John & Hannah Edwards.
" June 1. Mary, d. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
" June 10. Joseph. s. of John & Elizth. Hall.
" Sep. 9. Sand., s. of Mary Dovey, a bastard.
1799, Jan. 6. Sarah. d. of Phebe Davis, bastard.
" Jan. 13. Hannah, d of Thos. & Martha Stokes.
" Feb. 21. John. s. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Mar. 3 Elizth., d. of George & Mirgt. Pound.
" Mar. 22. Sarah, d. of John & Hannah Broom.
" Apr. 12. Ann, d. of John & Mary Eaton
" Oct. 20. George Lewis, s. of Benjn. & Ann Giles.
" Nov 17. Happy, d. of Willm. & Mary Martin.
" Dec. 1. John. s. of Thos. & Mary Ason.
1800, Mar. 22. Maria, d of Nancy Palmer, of the Chapelry of Knighton, in the parish of Lindridge.
" Apr. 14. George, s. of Thos. & Sarah Crow.
" May 4. Elizabeth, d. of Mary Garbett.
" June 22. Susanna, d. of Saml. & Elizth. Bird.

16 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1800

1800, Sep. 21. Ann, d. of Edwd. & Ann Haines.
" Nov. 2. John, s. of John & Elizth. Hall.
1801, Apr. 22. Benjn., s. of John & Hannah Broom.
" May 10. Benjn., s. of Willm. & Elizth. Smith.
" May 13. Mary Ann, d. of Benjn. & Ann Giles.
" July 5. John, s. of John & Sarah Blount.
" July 12. Edwd., s. of Edwd. & Elizth. Morris.
" Sep. 24. Edwd., s. of Edwd. Baugh, Clerk, & Sarah.
" Sep. 27. Mary, d. of Thos. & Phebe Harris.
" Oct. 18. Benjn., s. of Hannah Bird, a bastard.
" Nov. 10. Sarah, d. of George & Margt. Pound.
" Dec. 21. Thos., s. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
1802, Feb. 28. Elizth., d. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" July 18. Sarah, d. of Edwd. Baugh, Clerk, & Sarah.
" Nov. 7. Martha, d. of Willm. & Ann Garbet.
" Nov. 7. Edward, s. of Willm. & Ann Garbet.
1803, Jan. 21. Elizth., d. of John Kite, junr., & Elizth.
" Jan. 30. Sarah, d. of Thos. & Mary Ason.
" Feb. 16. Rachel, d. of Susanna Carroden, of the Chapelry of Knighton in ye p. of Lindridge.
" Mar. 27. Elizth.. s. of Thos. & Sarah Crow.
" Apr. 17. Willm., s. of John & Mary Harris.
" June 5. George, s. of John & Hannah Broom.
" July 27. Anna Maria, d. of Willm. & Elizth. Smith.
" Nov. 13. Mary, d. of Edwd. & Elizth. Morris.
" Dec. 21. William, s. of George & Susanna Noaks.
1804, Jan. 22. Benjn., s. of Willm. & Mary Martin.
" May 13. Thomas, s. of Thos. & Phebe Harris.
" May 27. Jenny, d. of John & Sarah Blount.
" July 8. John, s. of John Kite, junr., & Elizth.
" Aug. 12. Thomas. s. of Margery Barns, a bastard.
" Sep. 15. Harriet, d. of Edwd. Baugh, Clerk, & Sarah.
1805, Feb. 10. John, s. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
" Apr. 15. Lettice, d. of James & Ann Boucher.
" May 26. Willm., s. of John & Hannah Broom.
" June 30. Richd., s. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Aug. 4. Willm., s. of Thos. & Mary Aston.
" Aug. 11. Ann, d. of Thos. & Martha Brasier.
" Aug. 11. William, s. of Ann Edwards.
" Sep. 1. Mary, d. of John & Mary Harris.

1811] Neen Sollars. 17

1805, Oct. 13. George, s. of George & Susanna Noaks.
1806, Apr. 13. James, s. of Thos. & Susanna Breakwell.
" Oct. 20. James, s. of Willm. & Elizth. Smith.
" Oct. 27. John, s. of Elizabeth Sprag, wid, a bastard.
1807, Feb. 1. Samuel, s. of George & Susanna Noaks.
" Apr. 19. John, s. of Thos. & Phebe Harris.
" May 16. Mary, d. of Wil!m. & Mary Rudd.
" May 24. James, s. of Elizth. Coles, a bastard.
" July 19. Ann, d. of Stephen & Elizth. Mapp.
" Aug. 9[?]. Benjamin, d. of Edwd. & Susa Crow.
" Oct. 9. William, s. of John & Diana Griffiths.
1808, Jan. 30. Elizth., d. of John & Mary Harris.
" Feb. 10. Harriot, d. of Willm. & Elizth. Smith.
" Mar. 5. Benjn., s. of Edward & Hannah Crow.
" Mar. 25. Ann, d. of John & Ann Bishop.
" Apr. 12. Ann, d. of James & Ann Boucher.
1809, Jan. 22. Thos., s. of John Kite, junr., & Elizth.
" Jan. 22. Edwd., s. of John & Ann Palmer.
" Feb. 12. Ann, d. of John & Hannah Broom.
" Sep. 10. John, s. of Sarah Dovey. 3d
" Sep. 17. Sarah, d. of Thos. & Phebe Harris.
" Oct. 15. Dessv, d. of Stephen & Elizth. Mapp.
" Oct. 25. Clary., d. of Edwd. & Susanna Crow.
1810, Feb. 11. Edwd., s. of John & Elizth. Evans.
" Mar. 11. John, s. of John & Diana Griffiths.
" Mar. 25. Willm., s. of Willm. & Elizth. Smith.
" Apr. 22. Ann, d. of John & Mary Harris.
" May 27. John, s. of John & Ann Bishop.
" Aug. 23. Katherine, d. of Geo. & Ann Pound.
" Aug. 31. John, s. of John & Ann Palmer.
" Oct. 12. Ann, d. of Elizth. Noaks.
" Dec. 9. Edwd., s. of Hannah Bird.
[One leaf cut from Register.]
1811, Feb. 17. Edwd., s. of Mary Spencer.
" May 3. George, s. of Mary Palmer.
" Sep. 23. Edwin Paul, s. of George & Sarah Evans.
" Nov. 17. Phcebe, d. of Thos. & Phoebe Harris.
" Nov. 17. Anr d. of Richard & Elizabeth Noaks.
" Nov. 27. Ann, d. of Edwd. & Susanna Crow.
" Dec. 1. Sarah, d. of Hannah Griffiths, a bastard.

18 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1812

1812, Jan. 12. Noah, s. of John & Hannah Broom.
" Apr. 19. William, s. of Stephen & Elizabeth Mapp.
" Apr. 19. Samuel, s. of John & Mary Harris.
" Oct. 2. Diana Griffiths, d. of John & Diana.
" Oct. 20. Jane & Ann, daus. of John & Ann Palmer, twins.
" Dec. 27. Walter, s. of Hannah Bird, a bastard.
" Dec. 20. Thomas, s. of John & Elizabeth Strafford.

MARRIAGES 1812.

1812, July 23. John Humphries & Elizabeth Green.

In the year 1813, the New Act for Registering passed into a Law.

VOLUME II.

A REGISTER BOOKE OF WHAT BURIALLS HAVE BEENE IN NEEN
SOLLERS ACCORDING TO A LATE ACT OF PARLIAMENT ENTITULED
"AN ACT FOR BURYING IN WOOLLEN ONLY" SINCE THE FEAST
OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW LAST PART IN THE YEARE 1678.

Jane Jukes of the parish of Neen-Sollers, daughter of Tho: Jukes & Eliz:
his wife, was buried Decemb. 2d, according to a late Act of Parliament
entituled An Act for burying in Woollen only as appeareth by the
testimony of one Tho: Jukes aforesaid day labourer who made oath before
Ed: Whitchcot esquire one of His Majesties Justices of the Peace, the
ninth day of Decemb: that the aforesaid Jane was soe buried, and this he
did in the presence of John Jukes and Richard Gayley.

Joyce Marston of the parish of Neen-Sollers wife of Ed: Marston was
buried Feb. 21st according to a late Act of Parliament entitled an act
for burying in Woollen as appeareth by the testimony of Ed: Marston
aforesaid who made oath before Sr. Ed: Acton Baronet one of his
majesties Justices of the peace Feb: 27th that the aforesaid Joyce was
soe buried and this he did in the p'sence of Tho: Davies. The marke of
X Tho: Beddoe.

CHARLES HINCKESMAN, Rector [signs to 1702].
REESE DAVIS, ED. MARSTON, Ch. W.

1679] Neen Sollars. 19

March 25 Anno Domini 1679.

Rebeccah Hill, daughter of Walter Hill and Theodosia his wife of the
parish of Neen Sollers, was buried 18th of April according to a late Act
of Parliament entitled an Act for burying in Woollen, as appeared by
the testimony of Katherine Mallard of the parish of Cleobury Mortimer in
the County, of Salope, who made oath before Ed. Whitchcott Esquire one of
His Majestyes Justices of the peace the 25 day of April that the
aforesaid Rebeccah was so buried, and this shee did in the presence of
Richard Morris and John Rogers.

Hannah Hill of the p'ish of Neen Sollers in the county of Salop was
buried the 7th of October, accordinge to a late Act of Parliament
entitled An Act for buringe in Wollen as appeared by the testimony of
Will. Mosely of the parish of Neen Sollors in the County of Salop who
made oath before Rowland Nicols, Esquire, one of His Majesties Justices
of the peace the 13th of October that the aforesaid Hannah Hill was soe
buried, and this she did in the presence of Orlando Nicols, John Price.

Jane Hinckesman of the p'ish of Neen Sollers in the County of Salop was
buried the 27th of November according to a late Act of Parliament
entitled An Act for burying in Wollen as appeared by the testimony of
Jane Stanford of the p'ish of Burford in the County of Salop, the 1st day
of Decembr. who made oath before Mr. Ed. Whitchcott one of His Majesties
Justices of pease yt. the aforesaid Jane Hinckesman was soe buried, and
this shee did in the pre'se of Mary Hinckesman signum Marie Hinckesman.

Walter Redding of the p. of Neen Sollers was bur. the 2nd day of Feb.
according to a late Act of Parliament entitled an Act for burying in
woollen as appeareth by the testimony of John Philpot of the same p., who
made oath before Ed. Whitchcott Esquire one of His Majesties Justices of
the peace 7th of Feb., that the aforesaid Walter Redding was soe bur.
and this he did in the presence of William Merrick & John Rogers

20 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1680

March 25th 1680.

William Philpott of the p. of Neen Sollers was bur. the 16th day of
August according to a late Act of Parliament entitled An Act for burying
in Woollen only as appeared by the testimony of John Philpott of the same
p. who made oath before Ed. Whichcot Esquire, one of His Majesties
Justices of the peace the 20th day of the same month yt. the aforesaid
William was soe buried, & this he did in the presence of Tho. Gardner &
Edmund Timberleg.

Sarah Coleburne of the p. of Neen Sollers was bur. the 27th day of
October according to a late Act of Parliamt. entitled an Act for burying
in woollen only as appeared by the Oath of William Badger of Milson, who
made affd. before Ed. Whichcott one of His Majesties Justices of Peace
the 30th day of the same Month, that ye aforesaid Sarah was soe buried, &
this he did in the presence of Ric. Morris & George Sheappard.

Joane Harris of Neen Sollers was bur. the 1st day of Jan. according to a
late Act of Parliament entitled an Act for burying in woollen only, as
appeared by the testimony of William Harris who made oath before Ed.
Witchcott one of His Majesties Justices of the peace the 7th day of
same Month, yt. the aforesaid Joane was soe buried, and this he did in
the presence of Tho. Bannister & John Baker.

Mary, d. of Ric. English & Jane, was bur. the 24th day of Jan. according
to a late Act of Parliament entitled An Act of Parliament for burying in
woollen only as appeared by the testimony of the aforesaid Richard who
made oath before Ed. Whitchcott one of His Majesties Justices of the
Peace within the time limited vid. 31st day of the same Month, yt. the
aforesaid Mary was soe buried, & this he did in the presence of Tho.
Penny & William Hall.

Katherine ffloyd wid. p. Neen Sollers was bur. the 17th of Feb. according
to a late Act of Parliament entitled an Act for burying in woollen only
as appeared by the testimony of Joane Redding of the aforesaid p. who
made oath before Ed. Whitchcott Esq , J P. arst day of the aforesaid

1682] Neen Sollars. 21

Month, that the aforesaid Katherine was soe buried, and this she did in
the p'rsence of Ann Brompton & Richd. Brimmell.

Mary Powell p. Neen Sollers was bur. the 14th of Feb according to a late
Act of Parliament entitled An Act for burying in woollen, as appeared by
the testimony of Joane Redding of the same p. who made oath before Ed.
Whichcott J.P. within the time limited that the aforesaid Mary wa, soe
buried, & this shee did in the presence of Ann Brompton & Ric. Brimmell.

Mar. 25th 1681.

Thomas Hinchesman of Neen Sollers was bur. Mar. 17th according to a late
Act of Parliament ,ntitled an Act for burying in woollen as appeared by
the testimony of Mary Hinchesman one of his daughters who made oath
before Robert Goodwyn, Vicar of Cleobury Mortimer, within the time
limited that the aforesaid Thomas was soe buried, & this shee did in the
preymce of Thomas Acton & John Goodwyn.

Mar. 25th 1682.

John Coates was bur. the 22nd day of Novemb. according to a late Act of
Parliament entitled an Act fo1 burying in woollen as appeared by the
testimony of William Marston of Cleobury Mortimer who made oath before
Henry Warbrooke Rector of Sylvington within the time limited yt. the
aforesaid John was not bur. in any material repugnant to that Act, and
this he did in the presence of. George Norgrove & Thomas Simons.

George Evans was bur. Jan. 14th accg. to a late Act of Parliamt. entitled
an Act for burying in woollen only as appeared by the testimony of Ann
Evans his mother who made oath before Samuel Rusbach, Rector of Coreley
within the time limited yt. the aforesaid George was soe bur. & this
shee did in the presence of Mtris. Elizabeth Rusbach & Mtris. Deborah
Rusbach. [Entry erased.]

John Summons was bur. Jan. 15th according to a late Act of Parliament
entitled an act for burying in Woollen as appeared by the testimony of
Elizabeth Nash who made

22 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1682

oath before John Wheeler Rector of Hopton Wafers, within the time limited
yt. the aforesaid John was soe bur. & this she did in the presence of
Joyce Smyth [erased].

These two belong to ye Register of Milson.

Joane Southall was bur. Mar 1st according to a late Act of Parliament
entitled an Act for burying in Woollen as appeared by the testimony of
Joane Redding, who made oath before Robert Goodwyn Vicar of Cleobury
Mortimer within the time limited yt. the aforesaid Joane was soe buried,
and this she did in the presence of John Ball & John Goodwin.

Mar. 25th, 1683.

Elenor, d. of Hennery Jones & Margaret, was bur. Apr. 1st, according to a
late Act of Parliament entitled an act for burying in Woollen as appeared
by the testimony of Elizabeth Mantle who made oath before Robert Goodwyn
Vicar of Cleobury Mortimer yt. the aforesaid Eleno1 was soe buried, &
this she did in the presence of Eliz. Goodwin & William Hemming.

William Harris was bur. Aug. 20th according to an Act of Parliament
entitled An Act for burying in Woollen as appeared by the testimony of
Joane Redding who made oath before Robert Goodwin Vicar of Cleobury
Mortimer, within the time limited yt. the aforesaid William was soe
buried, & this shee did in the presence of Tho. Acton & Tho. Hopwood.

John ffloide was bur. Aug. 23d according to an Act of Parliament for
burying in woollen as appeared by the testimony of Edward ffloide who
made oath before Samuel Rusbach, Rector of Coreley yt. the aforesaid John
was soe bur. & this he did in the presence of Mtris. Eliz. & Mtris.
Deborah Rusbach within the time limited.

Mar. 25th 1684.

Richard Harris was bur. June 1st according to yt Act of Parliament for
burying in woollen as appeared by the oath of Ann Powell taken before
Robert Goodwin, Vicar of Cleobury Mortimer, Eliz. Goodwin & Joseph
Osland.

1693] Neen Sollars. 23

Ann English widow was bur. Sep. 7th according to yt Act of Parliament for
burying in woollen as appeared by the testimony Of Sarah Bowen, before
William Jordan, Vicar of Mamble. Richard Hall & Katherine Cooke,
witnesses.

Joane Booton was bur. Sep. 29th according to the aforesaid Act, within
the time limited as appeareth by the affidavit.

Tho. Bate was bur. March 14th.
Eliz. Luce widow was bur. Sep. 25th.

CHARLES HINCKESMAN, Rector.
THO. STARE, JAMES REIGNOLDS, Wardens.

1685, Nov. 26. Thomas Booton.
" Mar. 22. Humphry Suthall.

These two were buried according to yt. Act of Parliament fo1 burying in Woollen.

WALTER HILL, FRANCIS BURY, Guardiani.

1686, Apr. 3. Margaret Nout, wid.
" Sep. 28. Humphry Hardman de Wood.
" Nov. 23. Eleanor Starie.

ED. DOWNE, RIC. ENGLISH, Ch. W.

1687, May 4. Joane Coates, wid.
" Jan. 29. Mary Hey, wid.
1688, Mar. 14. William Tippin died of the Smallpoxe, & was ... bur.

EDWARD MARSTON, RICHARD ENGLISH, Ch. W .

1689, Oct. 26. Thomas Jukes.
" Nov. 15. Margaret Luce, d. of Ric. & Ann.
" Mar. 7. William Potter.
" Jan. 23. Ann Lure was bur. Jan. 23rd, she was daughter of Ric. Luce ye younger.

RIC. PERKES, ED. COATES, Ch. W.

1690, Sep. 22. Joane Hill, wid.

THO. BOWEN, CHARLES BOOTON, Ch. W.

1691, Aug. 10. John Starie was buried according to order.

JOHN HARRIS, WILL. TIPPIN, Wardens.

1692, May 6. Elizabeth, w. of John Mantle.

WILLIAM MANTLE, THO. BAILIS, Ch. W.

1693, Mar. 28. Thomas Fidoe.
" Apr. 19. John Timmins.

24 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1693

1693, May 15. William Mantle.
" July 30. Margaret Marston.
" Dec. 8. Richard Perkes.
" Dec. 22. Walter Wilkinson.

WILLIAM COATES, JOHN HARRIS, Ch. W.

1694, May 7. Elizabeth Jukes.
" Jan. 3. William Smith [afterwards crossed out].

WILLIAM PENNELL, FRANCIS BURY, Ch. W.

1695, June 22. Jane Prodgers.
" Aug. 6. Katherine Pennell, daughter of William & Eliz.

RICHARD STARIE, JAMES REIGNOLDS, Ch. W.

1696, Apr. 8. Mary, d. of Roger Fisher & Eliz.
" Mar. 23,. Humphrey Hardman..

WALTER HILL, FRANCIS BURY, Ch. W.

1697. [No entries.]

RIC. ENGLISH, EDWARD DOWNE, Ch. W.

1698, May 1. Joyce Tippin.
" May 18. Humphry Perkes, died the 16th May, and was buried the 18th day of the same month.
" May 30. Charles Bury.
" Sep. 19. Sarah Evans.
" Oct. 4. Elizabeth Jukes.
" Jan. 7. Jane Guillam.
" Mar. 11. John Nickolls.

Mr. Yapp bath taken an accompt of all births, burials, and weddings until -99.

ED. FLOIDE, HUMFRY HARDMAN, Ch. W.

1699, Sep. 27. Mary Hinckesman.

RICHARD ENGLISH, THO. MARSTON, Ch. W.

1700, Mar. 1. ffrancis Bury & Hanah Hill, of p. Little Hereford, ... mar. [erased].

ED. COATES, WILL. NICOLLS, Ch. W.

1701, July 31. William Mallard, son of Ric. and Katherine, of the p. of Cleobury Mort.
" Feb. 3. Elizabeth Booton, wid.

JOHN HARRIS, THO. BOWEN, Ch. W.

1702, Mar. 25. JOHN HARRIS, WILL. TIPPIN, Ch. W.

1703, Mar. 25. Exm. p. Cha. Jones, surveyor.
RICHARD ENGLISH, RICHARD PROGERS, Ch. W.

1715] Neen Sollars. 25

1704, Aug. 21. Alice, d. of Wm. Tippin & Alice.
" Nov. 5. John Bowen.
1704-5, Jan. 10. William Williams.

THOMAS JONES, Rector.
JOHN HARRIS, JOHN COATES, Ch. W.

1705, Apr. 7. Elizabeth, d. of Wm. Tippin & Alice.

Exd. p. Tho. Davies, surveyr.

" Nov. 13. Roger Fisher, affi.
" Nov. 28. Rees Davies, aff.
" Mar. 11. Sarah, w. of Edd. Downs, affd.
" Mar. 23. Richard Luce, aff.

Exd. p. Thos. Davies, surveyr.

WILLIAM PENEL, BENJAMIN STARIE, Ch. W.

1706, May 10. Walter, s. of Walter Hill & Theodosia, aff.
" Aug. 8. Edward Coats, aff.
" Dec. 28. Dorothy, w. of Edmond Lloyd, aff.

RICHARD STARY, JAMES REYNALDS, Ch. W.

1707, Sep. 17. Elizabeth Pooler, a young woman, affd.
" Jan. 10. Thomas Redding, an antient man, afft.
" Jan. 13. Frances Nicholls, an antient woman, afft.

RICH. ENGLISH & WILL. BROUGHTON, Ch. W.

1708, Nov. 6. Richard Bowen.
" Feb. 10. Elizabeth, d. of Henry Pennel & Elizabeth.
" Feb. 27. John Mantle, an antient man.

RICHARD ENGLISH, RICHARD HOWLES, Ch. W.

1709, Mar. 28. Thomas, s. of Richard Howls & Ann.

HUMPHRY HARDMAN, HENRY LLOYD, Ch. W.

1710, May 20. Mary Mantle.
" June 12. Margaret, w. of William Coats.
" Aug. 11. Walte1 Hill.

HENRY PENNELL, EDWARD RIDLY, Ch. W.

1711, June 13. Henry, s. of Henry Pennel & Elizabeth
" Dec. 5. Henry Pennell.

RICHARD PERKS, EDWARD COATS, Ch. W.

1712, Apr. 27. Elizabeth Pennell.
" Feb. 12. Richard Stary.
" Feb. 26. Ann Luce, an antient widdow.

BENJAMIN STARY, JOHN BOWEN, Ch .W.

1713, Apr. 23. Hannah Stary.
" July 2. William Coats, an antient man.

26 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1713

1713, July 18. Humphry Hardman.
" Oct. 12. Margret Stary, an antient woman.

JOHN HARRIS, WILLIAM TIPPIN, Ch. W.

1714, Mar. 25. No burials this year.

RICHARD ENGLISH, RICHARD PROGERS, Ch. W.

1715, Oct. 3. Ruth Ellis, an antient woman.
" Jan. 21. Francis Southall.

JOHN HARRIS, JOHN COATES, Ch. W.

1716, May 12. Sarah Hardman, a young woman.

BENJAMIN STARY, THOMAS PENNELL, Ch. W.

1717, Apr. 13. Sarah Coats, wid.
" Apr. 28. John Jones.
" Oct. 23. Edward Downs.
" Feb. 5. Jane Jones, relict of the above named John Jones.
" Feb. 14. Ann Hincksman.
" Feb. 16. Elizabeth Hincksman.
" Feb. 19. Ed. Coats.
" Feb. 22. Elizabeth Mantle.

RICHARD PERKS, & Widdow Stary's man for her estate, Ch. W.

1718, June 11. Sarah Bowen, affd.
" July 15. [blank], a wandering man.
" Feb. 11. Elizabeth, d. of Abraham Probberts & Elizabeth, afft.

WALTER P OOLER, EDWARD BRAZIER, Ch. W.

1719, July 2. Mary Southall, wid., afft.
" Dec. 28. Thomas Bowen, afft.
" Feb. 2. Mary, w. of Richard Progers, afft.
" Mar. 2. Richard English, senr., afft.
" Mar. 11. Charles Alderson, afft.

RICHARD ENGLISH, SENR., RICHARD ENGLISH, JUNR., Ch. W.

1720, Apr. 9. William Pennell, afft.
" July 1. Ann Price, afft.
" Aug. 9. Elizabeth Bevan, afft.
" Oct. 25. Mary Probberts.
" Nov. 1. John Harris.

JOHN JORDAN, WM. NASH, Ch. W.

1721, Apr. 25. John. Fisher, infant
" May 5. Margret English.
" July 28. Bridget Morris.

1730] Neen Sollars. 27

1721, Oct. 11. Margret English, junr.
" Jan. 2. Theodosia Hill.

WILLIAM ELLIS, WILLIAM REYNALDS, Ch. W.

1722, July 16. Margaret Stary.

RICHARD PERKS, JOHN ENGLISH, Ch. W.

1723, Mar. 25. No burials this year.
For ye lower house, BENJAMIN STARY, JOHN BO'WCN. Ch. W.
1724, Nov. 18. William Tippin.
" Nov. 18. Alice Tippin, his wife.
They liv'd nea1 60 years man and wife, they died within 2 hours of one another & were buried at ye same time.

JOHN MANTLE, JOHN HARRIS, Ch. W.

1725, Aug. 9. William Nash.
" Nov. 24. Margaret Williams.

WILLIAM ENGLISH, GEORGE PADGET, Ch. W.

1726, Mar. 25. No burials this year.

JOHN COATES, JOHN PREECE, Ch. W.

1727, Mar. 27. No burials this year.

BEN. STARY, THO. PENNEL, Ch. W.

1728, Apr. 12. John Jordan.
" May 8. Richard Progers.
" May 9. Elizabeth Holmes.
" June 26. Elizabeth Harris, wid.
" Aug. 10. Elizabeth Fisher, wid.
" Oct. 21. Edward Wall.
" Oct. 24. Thomas Stary Pooler, a bastard child.

WID. STARY, EDWARD WALL, Ch W.

1729, June 10. John Mantle, jun.
" Oct. 7. John Bird.
" Jan. 12. Susannah Perks, wid.
" Feb. 14. Jane Hardman.

WALTER POOLER, EDWARD BRAZIER, Ch. W.

1730, Oct. rel. Mary, d. of John Bowen & Ann.
" Nov. 3. Edward Brazier.
" Nov. 19. John Jones.
" Dec. 4. John, s. of John Jones.
" Feb. 23. Sarah Jordan.
" Mar. 23. Mary, d. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.

RIC. ENGLISH, WILL. ENGLISH, Ch. W.

28 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1731

1731, May 26. Richard, s. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.
" July 29. William, s. of John Preece & Hannah.
" Aug. 19. Elizabeth, d. of Richard English & Elizabeth.
" Jan. 25. John, s. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.

JOHN NASH, HUMPHRY HARDMAN, Ch. W.

1732, Dec. 11. Humphry, s. of Humphry Hardman & Elizabeth.

THO. MARSTON, JOHN HOWTON, Ch. W.

1733, Mar. 30. Hannah, w. of John Preece.
" June 15. Elizabeth Fox.
" Oct. 25. Martha, d, of Charles Shaw & Mary.
" Feb. 8. Elizabeth, d. of John Preece.

JOHN ENGLISH, RICH. PERKS, Ch. W.

1734, Aug. 15. John Mantle.

BENJAMIN START, JOHN BOWEN, Ch. W.

1735, Nov. 15. Eleanor, d. of Richard Munn & Elizabeth.
" Dec. 18. James, s. of Charls & Martha Shaw.
" Jan. 6. Martha, d. of Thomas Bevan & Mary.
" Jan. 8. John English.
" Mar. 22. Andrew Jones.

For ye Shop, BENJAMIN START } Ch. W.
For Neen Hill Top, JOHN HOWTON }

1736, Aug. 5. Susanna, d. of William English & Elizabeth.

EDWARD HARDMAN, [blank] LEDDINGTON, Ch. W.

1737, Aug. 11. Elizabeth Proverbs.
" Aug. 19. John Price.
" Sep. 4. William English.
" Sep. 12. Ursula Brazier.
" Dec. 2. Ann, d. of Richard & Mary Stephens.
" Feb. 6. Stephen Oxenboold.

THO. PITT, STEPHEN OXENBOOLD, Ch. W.

1738, July 12. Walter, s. of Walter Pooler & Ann, an inft. of Eastom [?Eastopn] parish.
" Sep. 3. Jane English, wid.

BEN. START, THO. PENNELL, Ch. W.

1739, Apr. 1. John, s. of William English & Elizabeth.
" Apr. 11. Benjamin English.
" Apr. 12. George, s. of Richard & Mary Stephens.

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1739, Sep. 27. Elizabeth Stacy.
" Jan. 2. Margret Jones.

[blank] DUNN, SAMUEL DOD, Ch. W.

1740, Mar. 25. No burials.

WALTER POOLER, EDWARD BRAZIER, Ch. W.

1741, Sep. 25. Alice Mantle.
" Oct. 27. Joseph Mantle
" Nov. 15. John Bennett.
" Dec. 9. Mary, w. of John Howton.
" Feb. 12. Richard English.

THO. STRAFFORD, WILL. REYNALDS, Ch. W.

1742, Apr. 26. Eleanor Stary.
" Feb. 5. Elizabeth, d. of Benjamin Stary.

RICH. STEPHENS, JOHN NASH, Ch. W.

1743, May 5. Sarah Brazier.
" Feb. 29. Elizabeth, w. of William Ellis.

THOMAS BEVAN, JOHN HOWTON, Ch. W.

1744, Mar. 25. There were no burials this year.
1745, Apr. 1. William Rushin.
" Dec. 4. Walter Pooler.

BENJAMIN STARY, THOMAS TAYLOR, Ch. W,

1746, May 18. Sarah Proverbs.
" June 1. Abraham Proverbs.

BEN. STARY, THO. STRAFFORD, Ch. W.

1747, Mar. 25. No burials this year.

BEN. STARY Or KITE, EDWARD HARDMAN, Ch. W.

1748, Oct. 30. Walter Pooler, infant.
1748-9, Mar. 6. John Coats was buried Feb 27th and an afft. returned to me in due time yt. he was buried only in wool.

BEN. DUNN, for BEN. STARY JOHN KITE, Ch. W.

1749, June 16. Sarah Baker, a bastard child.

EDWARD WALL, JOSEPH MURRAL, Ch. W.

1750, Sep. 18. Mary, w. of Edward Brazier.
" May 3. Catherine, d. of Edward & Mary Brazier.

THO. JONES, Rect.
WALTER POOLER, BENJAMIN DUNN, Ch. W.

1751, Apr. 26. Margret Wall.
" May 27. Sarah, d. of John Bowen.

30 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1751

1751, June 8. John Bowen, aged about 85.
" June 4. Jane, d. of John Kite.
1752, June 21 . Richard Stephens.
" Aug. 28. Benjamin Starie, s. of John & Susannah Kite.
1753, Aug. 13. Benjamin Starey.
" Nov. 16. Thomas Pennell.
" Dec. 22. Thomas Richards.
" Dec. 31. [blank], d. of Edward & Eliz. Jones, ... bap.
1754, Feb. 15, Elizabeth, d. of Thos. & Eliz. Tyler, ... bur.
" Mar. 29. Elizabeth Baynham.
" June 22. Richard Perks.
" July 24. John Harris.
" Oct. 3. Benjn. Harris.
" Nov. 8. Gilbert Crun.
" Nov. 29. John Fisher.
" Dec. 9. Susanna Pooler.
1755, Feb. 1. Margt. Green.
" Feb. 3. John Miles.
1756, Jan. 8. [blank] Bowen.
" Jan. 9. Drusilla Starie.
" Feb. 26. John Jones.
" May 2. Thomas, s. of Jonathan & Ann Williams.
" June 2. David Evans.
1758, Oct. 8. William Harris.
1759, Jan. 1. Francis Awevatt.
" July 17. Jane, w. of Benjn. Done.

EDWARD BAUGH, Rector.

1760, May 12. John Howton.
" Oct. 22. Mary Mantle, a natural d. of Martha Mantle, now Ellis, was buried, smallpox.
" Nov. 11. Richard Kite.
" Nov. 14. Sarah Williams, smallpox.
" Dec. 4. Ann Houghton.
1761, June 28. Walter Pooler.
" Sep. 24. Humphry Perks.
" Nov. 20. Jane, d. of Richard Preese.
1762, July 21. Rich. Woodyatt.
1763, June 19. Humphry Hardman.
1764, May 27. George, s. of Richard Preece.
1765, Jan. 10. Elizabeth Starie.

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1765, June 24. Joan Richards, aged 92, who was daughter of Roger Fisher & Elizth., and was baptized in March 27, 1673.
" Aug. 16. Thomas Bevan.
" Oct. 15. Charles Shaw.
1766, Jan. 6. John. s. of Richd. Preese.
1767, Apr. 1. Mary & Elizabeth & Sarah, daughters of William Owens.
" Apr. 16. Ann, w. of Thomas Taylor.
" Sep. 5. Sarah Pennel.
1768, Aug. 9. Hugh Davis.
" Sep. 10. John Hardman.
" Dec. 12. Francis Hammonds.
1769, Feb. 7. Edwd. Ashcraft.
1770, Jan. 20. Ann Coates.
" July 10. John Woodruff.
" Sep. 17. Elisabeth Salsbury.
1771, Mar. 4. Richard Wall.
" June 22. Thomas Humphreys.
" July 2. Rich'd, s. of Edwd. & Molly Wall.
" Nov. 5. William, s. of Rich'd Preese & Mary.
1772, Feb. 3. Willm., s. of Saml. Gravenor & Elisth.
" May 4. Elizth., w. of Saml. Gravenor.
" May 27. Elizabeth Palmer.
1777, Nov. 23. Saml. Hall. (This was inserted since register to Office.)
1772, Aug. 6. Susannah, d. of Willm. Baldwin.
1773, Dec. 5 Ann Mantle, aged 94.
1774, Oct. 23. Willm., s. of Tho. Howell.
1776, May 6. William Baldwin.
" June 7. Richard Price.
" Aug. 5. Joseph Murral.
1777, Jan. 12. Hannah, d. of Richd. Oliver.
" Mar. 7. A servant man of Mr. Thos. Wall's.
" Mar. 10. Charles Nash.
" Mar. 7. Edwd. Jones alias Traunter, servant of Mr. Thos. Wall.
" May 26. Martha Starie, died May 231d.
" June 25. Mary Prico.
" July 5. Eleanor, d. of Willm. Foxall.

32 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1777

1777, Oct. 14. Rich'd Price.
1778, Feb. 25. Elisabeth, d. of John Andrews.
" Mar. 26. Mary, w. of Thos. Wall.
1779, Apr. 8. John, s. of Willm. Owens.
1780, Jan. 21. Thos. Strafford.
" Mar. 31. William, s. of William Humphries.
1781, Feb. 15. Margt., w. of John Harris.
" Mar. 4. Betty, w. of Thos. Amphlet.
" Apr. 13. Thos. Price.
" May 28. Thos., s. of Rich'd Crow.
" Dec. 25. Mary, w. of Benjn. Southall.
1782, Mar. 12. Charles Wharton.
" May 20. William English.
" May 30. Rich'd Brick.
" Oct. 30. John Harris.
" Dec. 5. John, s. of John Woodruff.
1783, Jan. 7. Jane Hardman.

March 4th, 1783, being Shrove Tuesday, Mr. Wilding told us that Mr. Edwd.
Wall had sent down by him to Owen's and Hardman's Children Clothes wch.
were bought with money left by Mrs. Starie to the poor, who was buried
May 26th, 1777.

1783, Apr. 23. Thos. Brick.
" Apr. 28. Mary Bevan.
" May 28. James Penny.
1784, Jan. 28. Betty, d. of Elisth Powel, a bastard from Burford p.
" July 20. John Woodruff, buried, by Officers.
" Aug. 27. Susanna, w. of John Kite, pauper.
" Nov. 4. Jeremiah Webly, pauper.

I believe there is due for a burial eight pence.

" Dec. 12. Richard, s. of Hannah Woodruff, buried, by Officers.
1785, Ian. 5. Ann Brick.
" Apr. 15. Edwd., s. of Margt. Jones.
" July 8. Saml. Gravenor, duty unpd.
" July 19. Ann Howton, duty unpd.
" Dec. 29. Edwd. Hardman, pauper.
1786, Jan. 27. Sarah Baldwin.

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1786, Sep. 5. Edwd. Brasier.
1787, Aug. 13. Susanna, w. of John Shakeshift.
1788, Jan. 20. Edwd., s. of John King.
" May 18. Thos., s. of William Brick.
" May 20. Elizth., w. of Jas. Bucher.
" Oct. 14. Ann Maria, d. of John & Susanna Penny.
" Oct. 28. Mary Strafford.
" Dec. 27. Martha Shaw.
1789, Jan. 19. Mary Stephens, aged 87.
" Apr. 29. Judith Woodruff, pauper.
" Oct. 5. Elizth. Humphris, fever.
" Nov, 23. Martha Hammonds, fever, pauper.
1790, Sep. 6. James Hill, duty unpaid.
1791, Jan. 7. William Scondrate.
" Feb. 14. Ann Hill.
" Aug. 14. John, s. of John & Susanna Penny.
" Aug. 26. Benjn.. s. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" Oct. 18. Sarah, w. of Joseph Tench.
1792, Feb. 18. Henry Kirkam, s. of Henry Blount.
" Mar. 23. Susanna, w. of John Penny.
" June 10. Thos. Catstree, pauper.
" June 17. Maria, d. of John Edwards.
" July 5. Beriah, s. of Wm. Taylor.
" Oct. 25. John, s. of Wm. Brick.
1793, Jan. 12. John Penny.

Jan. 21st, 1793. Louis the sixteenth King of France was beheaded & murdered by order of the Mob Conventionists of France, and on Tuesday the twenty second of January 1793, about eleven o'clock at night, the Revd. Edward Whitehurst, Rector of Hopton Wafers shot himself.

1793, Feb. 3. Ruth Murral.
" Feb. 27. Ann, d. of Geo. Davis.
" Mar. 9. Benjn. Southall.
" Mar. 30. Mary, d. of Mary Scondrate, p.
" Apr. 14. Eliz , w. of Stephen Houghton.
" May 14. Ambrose, s. of Willm. Taylor
" May 23. Stephen, s. of Stephen Houghton.
" June 5. Isaac, s. of Rd. Westley.
" Oct. 16. Mary Hammonds.

34 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1794

1794, May 15. Ann Puller.
" Oct. 4. Edwd. Price.
1795, Jan. 14. Mary, d, of Mary Dovey.
" Feb. 13. Willm. Crow.
" Feb. 15. Berta, s. of Willm. Taylor.
" May 31. Clary, d. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
" July 3. Daniel, s. of Richard & Martha Westley.
1796, May 11. Ann Hardman, pauper.
" July 31. Mary Bateman, pauper.
1797, Feb. 13. Daniel Hawkins.
" Feb. 19. John Kite.
" Apr. 15. Mary Stephens.
" May 3. Letitia, d. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
" Oct. 14. Hannah Brick.
" Nov. 8. Nancy Howell.
1798, Apr. 10. Joseph Mantle.
" Apr. 28. Ann, d. of Willm. & Ann Garbet.
" Dec. 19. Mary, d. of Richd. & Martha Oliver.
1799, Jan. 29. Ann Williams.
" Feb. 28. Jonathan Williams.
" Mar. 26. Sarah, d. of Phebe Davis, a bastard.
" May 29. Richard Oliver.
1800, Mar. 8. Elizabeth Davis.
" Mar. 9. Elizabeth Penny.
" May 20. Sarah Brooks.
" May 28. Elizabeth Humphris.
" June 3. Mary Ann Clemens was buried. An infant supposed to be about 7 or 8 months old. The mother with the Child set out from London in the Stage Waggon purposing to go to a brother at a place called Kemp, the place of her nativity nr. Bishop's Castle - but for want of money could reach no further than Newnhams Bridge from whence she strayed out of the road & the child is supposed to have perished thro' want. She said her husband Samuel Clement is a barber in London.
" Oct. 30. John Morris.
" Dec. 30. Benjn., s. of John & Sarah Blount.

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1801, Apr. 13. Mary Owens.
" June 23. William Monck.
" June 26. Ann Lewis.
" July 1. Samuel Badger.
" Oct. 11. Eliz. Williams was buried, a poor Hop-picker died at Tedstill of a fever.
" Nov. 12. Philip Davis.
1802, June 17. Margaret, widow of the Revd. Edwd. Baugh, late Rector of this p. was ... bur. under the Rectr's seat in ye Chancel.
" Dec. 29. Eliz., d. of Edwd. & Hannah Crow.
1803, Jan. 13. Sarah, d. of George & Susanna Noakes.
" Jan. 24. Martha Hall.
" Nov. 17. Sarah, d. of George & Margt. Pound.
" Dec. 7. Mary Brasier.
1804, Mar. 8. Martha, w. of Thos. Williams.
" Oct. 8. Ann, w. of Benjamin Giles.
" Nov. 18. Richard Penny.
" Dec. 19. Willm., s. of George & Sus. Noaks.
" Dec. 28. Ann, d. of George & Sus. Noaks.
1805, Jan. 7. Benjamin Hawthorn.
" Apr. 9. John, s. of John & Sarah Blount.
" June 15. George. s. of [blank] Dovey.
" July 13. John, s. of Thos. & Sarah Morris.
1806, Apr. 12. George, s. of George & Sus. Noaks.
" June 17. Margaret, w. of George Pound.
1807, Oct. 14. Thos., s. of Thos. & Mary Powel.
1808, Jan. 18. Thomas Wall was buried in the 85th year of his age.
" Feb. 20. George Palmer was buried, aged 62.
" Oct. 25. John Andrews, aged 74.
" Dec. 13. Sarah, w. of Thos. Wall, aged 39.
1809, June 24. Benjn., s. of Benjn. Giles, of Tenbury, aged 5.
1810, Jan. 3. Ann Davis.
" July 31. Thos., s. of John Kite, junr., & Elizth.
" Oct. 15. Elizabeth Noaks.
1811, May 5. Mary, w. of Willm. Owens.
" May 11. Thos., s. of Thos. & Mary Powel.
" May 23. Elizth., d. of John & Mary Harris.
" May 9. Hannah Edwards.

36 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1811

1811, July 14. John Griffiths, an inft.
" Aug. 11. Susannah Hawthorn.
1812, Jan. 9. Jane Brassier.
" May 31. Margaret Miles.
" June 7. Thomas Miles.
" Nov. 24. Thomas Coles.
" Dec. 23. Ann English.

Memdm. That John Chambers M.A. Rector of Spernall in the co. of Warwick & Fellow of Worcester College was inducted into
the Rectory of Neen Solars by the Revd. David Davies, Vicar of Mamble on the 7th day of May 1814.

[On a slip of paper:]

Dec. 8, 1776. Sir, you are desired to publish the Banns of Marriage between Richard Oliver Martha Williams both of this parish.

VOLUME III.

1754, July 1. George Meakings, p. Lindridge,& Mary Morris. By E. EDWARDS, Curate. Wit: Walter Pooler, Anne Pooler.
1756, Mar. 1. Thomas Tedstill, p. Caynham, & Mary Hobcott. By S. HAMMOND, Curate. Wit: Walter Pooler, Edward Brasier.
1757, Jan. 9. Benjamin Peat, p. Neen, & Mary Low. By L. LEWIS, Minister. Wit: Thomas Bury, William Davis.
1758, George Crow & Joan Wall, p. Bayton, March 5th, 12th & 19th [Banns only]. Published by EDWARD BAUGH, Rector.
1759. John Wightnee, of N. S., & Isabell Williams, p. Cleobury Mortimer, Oct. 28th, Nov. 4th & 11th [Banns only].
1760. Thomas Gittings, of N.S., & Joyce Carter, p. Bayton, Aug. 10th, 17th & 24th [Banns only].

MARRIAGE REGISTER ANNO Dom: 1754.

[The parties are of Neen Sollars unless otherwise stated.]

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1761. Humphry Brasier & Mary Walker, May 3rd, l0th & 17th [Banns only].
1762, Feb. 23. William Baldwin & Margaret Shaw. Wit: Tho: Tayler, Francis Hammands.
" Aug. 14. Henry Bird, p. Kidderminster, & Susanna Pooler, lic. Wit: Sarah Pooler, Jane Wheeler.
1763, Oct. 19. George Farmer & Mary Lewis, lic. Wit: Ann Strafford, John Coulrick.
1764, Apr. 29. Benjn. Hawthorn & Susanna Ree. Wit: John Woodruff, Francis Hammond.
" Nov. 5. Thomas Cave, p. Linton, & Sarah Pooler, lic. Wit: Ann Strafford, John Strafford.
1766, Apr. 21. John Andrus & Elizth. Kite. Wit: John Kite, Walter Andrus.
" May 6. Edward Wall, of N.S., & Molly Lea, p. of the Rock, lic. Wit: Martha Starie, Margaret Baugh.
" Nov. 1. Benjamin Willden, p. Cleohury Mortimer, & Susanna Harper, lic. Wit: Elizabeth Newell, Mary Stephens.
1767, July 30. George Lewis. p. Tenbury, & Ann Strafford, lic. Wit: John Strafford, Francis Hammonds.
1768, Dec. 10. James Porter & Sarah Palmer. Wit: Ann Scares, William Palmer.
1769, Mar. 16. Saml. Fletcher & Elisth. Wilkes. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Ann Fidow.
1771, May 21. Richard Nott, of N.S., & Elisabeth Nash, p. Milson. Wit: Edwd. Baugh, Jos. Mantle, John Bull.
1772, May 28. William Humphries & Diana Mole. Wit: Nancy Pooler, Thomas Bury, Jos. Mantle.
" James Jones & Anne Mullings, Sep. l0th, 27th & Oct. 4th [Banns only].
" Nov. 7. John Giles, p. Milson, & Mary Puller [signs Pooler], lic. Wit: Nancy Pooler, Thos. Bury, Jos. Mantle.

38 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1774

1774, Feb. 23. Thomas Howell, p. Kidderminster, & Nancy Pooler, lic. Wit: Sarah Cave, Mary Giles, Thos. Cave, John Giles, Thomas Bury.
" Apr. 25. James Tunks & Elizabeth Brick. Wit: Benjamin Baugh, Thomas Baugh, Jos. Mantle, Wm. Owens.
" Aug. 24. William Thorp, p. Mitton, & Elizabeth Williams, lic.. Wit: Edwd. Baugh, junr., Jos. Mantle.
1775, May 7. William Crow, p. Milson, & Elizabeth Bishop. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Richard Crow.
" June 6. Thos. Farmer & Susanna Kite. Wit: Thos. Baugh, John Kite, Elizabeth Andrews, Jos. Mantle.
" July 27. John Woodruff & Hannah Brick. Wit: Richard Brick, Jos. Mantle.
1776, May 13. John King & Ann Tyler. Wit: James Hill, Mary Amiss, Richd. Ashtone.
" Dec. 24. Richd. Oliver & Martha Williams. Wit: Thos. Baugh, Richd. Baugh, Mary Milman, Jonathan Williams, Jos. Mande.
1777. Richd. Crow & Hannah Williams, Jan. 26, Feb. 2 and 9 [Banns only].
" May 12. John Stokes & Elizth. Hancox. Wit: Richd. Baugh, Ann Fidow, Jos. Mantle.
" Sep. 12. Edward Shakeshift & Mary Price. Wit: Benjn. Willden, Jos. Mantle.
" Oct. 30. Willm. English & Ann Yates. Wit: Ann Fidow, Jos. Mantle.
1778, May 19. Willm. Eglington, of N.S., & Mary Amiss, p. Lindridge. Wit: Mary Taylor, Jos. Mantle.
1779, Sep. 13. Samuel Badger & Mary Manwaring. Wit: Jos. Mantle, John Woodruff.
1780, Oct. 26. Richard Crow & Betty Gittins. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Jams Hill, Edwd. Wall, Margt. Shepherd.

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1781, Feb. 24. James Hill & Ann Fidow, lic. Wit: Francis Shepherd, Jos. Mantle.
" May 10. Thos. Miles & Margaret Baldwin. Wit: Richd. Baugh, Jos. Mantle.
" July 4. Richd. Brick & Mary Jones. Wit: Richd. Baugh, Richd. Baugh, John Kite, Jos. Mantle.
" Oct. 12. Stephen Reynolds & Mary Gravenor. Wit: Richd. Baugh, Jos. Mantle.
1783, Jan. 1. William Brick & Hannah Hall. Wit: Richd. Baugh, Martha Baugh, John Woodruff, Jos. Mantle.
" Feb. 17. John Cadmer & Mary Weaver. Wit: Richard Pitts, Jos. Mantle, Susanna Powney.
" May 8. John Griffiths, of N.S., & Ann Didlick, p. Milson. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Martha Brakewell.
" May 8. Geo. Pound & Margt. Brasier. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Martha Brakewell.
" June 5. Thomas Botterell, p. S:oke St. Milburg, & Drusilla Wall, lic. Wit: Edwd. Baugh, junr., Jos. Mantle.
" Dec. 2. Thos. Bently & Hannah Ridly. Wit: Thos. Miles, Jos. Mantle.
1788, Feb. 5. John Edwards & Hannah Penny. Wit: Jos. Mantle, John Penny.
" June 15. Edwd. Hains & Ann Wier. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Elizth. Hains.
1789, May 10. John Bowen & Elizabeth Tedstill. Wit: Jos. Mantle, James Bucher.
1790, Feb. 8. James Bucher & Hester Garbit. Wit: Jos. Mantle, Ann Verrington.
" Mar. 4. Thos. Morris & Sarah Nokes, lic. Wit: Jos. Mantle, John Phesay.
1791, Mar. 8. William Beech & Mary Brasier, lic. Wit: Elizabeth Brasier, John Kite, Jos. Mantle.
" Apr. 25. George Allen & Jane Derick. By RICHD. BAUGH, Curate of Salwarp. Wit: John Kite, Jos. Mantle.

40 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1792

1792, July 9. Richard Jenkins Morris & Phoebe Rea. By RICHD. BAUGH, Curate of Salwarp. Wit: Wm. Taylor, Susanna Owens.
" Aug. 9. Joel Lidington & Martha Blount. Wit: Martha Jennings, John Morgan.
" James Strowd & Ann Lalley, Sep. 16, 23 & 30th [Banns only].
1793, Apr. 18. Daniel Jones & Elizabeth Brasier. Wit: Eliz. Crane, Benjn. Wilkes, Mary Rhodes.
1796, Oct. 25. Edward Morris, b., of N.S., & Ann Rece, p. S tottesden, sp., lic. By RICHD. BAUGH, Curate. Wit: John Phesay, Ann Morgan.
1798, July 9. Thomas Layfield & Sarah Javon. Wit: George Parker, Ann Davis.
" Aug. 13. John Phesay & Ann Morgan. Wit: Betty Morgan, Francis Shepherd.
1800, Dec. 23. Edward Baugh, p. N.S., & Sarah Gunn, sp., p. Ribbesford, lic. Wit: Jonah Gunn, John Phesay.
1801, June 29. James Main & Ann Reynalds. Wit: Benjamin Nickolass, John Phesay.
" July 12. Allen Sprag & Elizabeth Hall. Wit: John Phesay, John Tolley.
1832, Feb. 9. Thomas Brasier & Martha Morgan. Wit: John Phesay, Thomas Crow.
" Aug. 30. John Kite & Elizabeth Grist. Wit: John Phesay, Sus. Kite.
" Nov. 29. Robert Whittall, p. Mamble, & Mary Brooks. Wit: Hannah Steward, John Giles.
1803, Jan. 27. John Harris & Mary Allen. Wit: John Phesay, Phoebe Harris.
1804, Apr. 3. Benjamin Thompson & Frances Downton. Wit: John Blount, John Phesay, Sarah Dovey.
1806, Dec. 10. John Griffiths & Diana Humphries. Wit: John Palmer, Rachel Morris, John Phesay.

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1807, June 18. Stephen Mapp & Elizabeth Oliver. Wit: Ann Morris, John Phesay.
" July 9. William Tomblings, p. Eyton, co. Hereford, b., & Ann Morris, sp., lic. Wit: Thomas Morris, Frances Tomblings, Mary Godso, Rachel Morris.
1808, July 28. Joseph Bourne, p. Cleobury Mortimer, b., & Sarah Dallow, sp., lic. Wit: William Cooke, Ann Strafford, Elizabeth Dallow.
" Nov. 26. John Wilden & Margaret Cleobury. Wit: William Nash, Susanna Crow, John Phesay.
1809. Willm. Reynolds, p. Cleobury, & Sarah Humphries, Jan. 1st, 8th & 15th [Banns only].
" Joseph Pedley, of N.S., & Ann Wheeler, p. Cleobury Mortimer, May 14th, 21st & 28th [Banns only].
" Aug. 14. Edward Hailes, p. Mamble, co. Worcester, b., & Frances Parker, of this p., a minor, lic. Wit: George Parker, Mary Parker.
1811, Apr. 24. James Timms [signs Tims], p. Cleobury Mortimer, & Jane Allen. Wit: Benjamin Nickolass, Phoebe Harris.
" May 4 Richd. Nokes & Eliz. Coles. Wit: Hannah Coles, Benjn. Kite, John Phesay.
" May 6. Joseph Boyce & Helen Ganderton, lic. EDWARD BAUGH, Rector. Wit: C. Albot, E. Parker.
1812, May 23. Tohn Humphries & Elizabeth Green. By B. J. BROMWICH, Minister. Wit: John Phesay, Joseph Green.

42 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1813

VOLUME IV.

REGISTER OF MARRIAGES
IN THE PARISH OF NEEN SOLLERS
IN THE COUNTY OF SALOP. (1813-1851.)

1813. No marriages in the year 1813.
1814, May 30. Richard Percival, of p. Eye, co. Hereford, and Margaret Shepherd, with consent of Parents. By JOHN DAVIES, Curate. Wit: Francis Shepherd, Mary Shepherd.
1816, May 16. Edward Powis, of p. Stotesdon, & Rachel Morris, lic., with consent of Parents. By DAVID DAVIES, Curate. Wit: Will. Morris, Mary Morris.
1817, June 5. Thomas Dovey & Priscilla Lawrence, of p. Kidderminster. By HENRY LINGEN, Officiating Minister. Wit: Sarah Lawrence, William Cerp[?].
" Sep. 16. Thomas Powell, widr., & Sarah Crundall, wid. By VINCENT WOOD, Assistant Minister. Wit: Charles Hardman, John Phesay.
" Nov. 10. Thomas Brown, b., & Hannah Coles, sp. By JOS. K. MILLER, Curate. Wit: Sarah Coles, John Phesay.
1819, May 6. Richard Wyer, b., & Elizabeth Tolly, sp. By MATTW. HALE, Curate. Wit: John Wyer, John Phesay, Mary Wyer.
" June 17. John Taylor, of p. Rock, widr., & Susanna Medlicott. By THOS. DAVIES, Vicar of Mamble. Wit: Josep Oliver, Jemima Butcher.
1820, Feb. 10. Thomas Downes, of p. Cleobury, & Susannah Wier, lic. By J. W. PERROTT, Curate [signs the next also]. Wit: Mary Wyer, John Phesay.
" May 8. Thomas Breese & Martha Davis. Wit: Mary Wyer, Henry Harris.
1822, Aug. 3. Edward Wall, widr., & Ann Page, of p. Coreley, lic. By DAVID DAVIES, Curate of Rock. Wit: Thos. Baugh, Lucy Jeffries.

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1823, May 19. John Jones, b.. & Sarah Cartwright, sp. By W. EDWARDS, Curate [signs to 1836]. Wit: Mary Cartwright, Thos. Jones.
" July 7. Joseph Pound, b., & Elizabeth Strang, of p. Cleobury Mortimer, sp. Wit: John Davies, Mary Strang.
1824, Mar. 29. Edward Nash, b., & Mary Green, of p.:gamble, sp. Wit: Constantia Green, John Phesay.
" May 18. Thomas Evans, b., & Phoebe Harris, widow. Wit: Thomas Andrews, Mary Hailes.
1826, Sep. 19. Thomas Ebrey, b., & Jane Blount, sp., lic. Wit: Richard Haines, Mary Blount
" Dec. 25. Thomas Mound. of the Chapelry of Knighton co. Worcester, b., & Sarah Harris, sp. Wit: Richard Butler. Abigail npp [sic].
1827, July 3. Richard Oliver, b.. & Mary Blount. sp. Wit: Richd. Haines, Clara Giles.
1829, Mar. 31. John Wilkes, b., & Elizabeth Inett. sp. Wit: William Inett, Sarah Edwards.
" Dec. 28. John Wall. of p. Mamble, Worcestershire, b., & Charlotte Giles. sp., lic. Wit: John Giles, Caroline Giles.
1830, May 27. George Seaborne, b., & Jane Edwards, sp. By THOMAS DAVIES, Vicar of Mamble with Bayton. Wit: Thomas Bowkitt, Ann Bowkitt,
1831, Apr. 25. William Bishop, of p. Mamble, Worcestershire, widr., & Clara Giles, sp.. lic. Wit: John Giles. Caroline Giles, Charlotte Wall, Mary Hailes, John Giles.
1832, May 4. John Broom, of p. Mamble. b., & Jane Jones, sp. Wit: James Preece, Elizabeth Preece.
1833, Apr. 15. John Fidoe, widr., & Mary Preece, sp. Wit: John Venabels, Sarah Stanton.
" Oct. 14. Richard Yapp, of p. St. Swithin in the City of Worcester, b., & Mary Pope, sp., lic. By T. POPE, Conduct of Eton Coll: Wit: G. A. Howell, W. Edwards, F. Pope, Sarah Edwards, Mary Pope, Thos. Haywood, Esther Wainwright.

44 Shropshire Parish Registers. [1834-51

1834, Apr. 14. Edward Hill, b., & Ann Smith, sp. Wit: William Hill, Anna Maria Taylor.
" May 29. Samuel Beddoe, b., & Lydia Fidoe, sp. By WILLIAM EDWARDS, Curate [signs also the next two.] Wit: John Venabels, Sarah Fidoe.
1835, Nov. 17. Joseph Boyce, widr., & Ann Parker, sp., lic. Wit: George Parker, Frances Hailes.
1836, Jan. 25. John Bridgwater, widr., & Mary Howard, sp. Wit: George Falkner, Elizabeth Harris.
1841, Jan. 20. James Williams Evans, b., & Susannah Harris, sp. By THOMAS HARDWICKE, D.D., Rector [signs to 1851]. Wit: William English, Mary Crow.
1842, Jan. 31. John Bason, b., & Mary Nash, widow. Wit: James Williams Evans, Susannah Evans
" May 26. Joseph Pope, b., & Ann Butler, sp. Wit: Richard Butler, Charlotte Butler.
1845, Mar. 20. Samuel Griffiths, b., & Mary Price, sp. Wit: William Atherage, Sarah Griffiths.
1846, Apr. 30. Thomas Cartwright, b., & Ann Boucher, sp. Wit: William Cartwright, Jane Boucher.
1848, Feb. 10. William Atherage, b., & Ann Higginson, sp. Wit: John Higginson, Mary Higginson.
" June 13. Richard Morris, b., & Elizabeth Taylor, of p. Mayfield, sp., lic. Wit: Mary Morris, William Hill.
1849, Feb. 14. John Leonard Ames, of p. Abberley, b., & Dinah Morris, sp. Wit: Frederick Ames, Sarah Brown.
1851, May 2. John Meredith, b., & Sarah Harris, sp. Wit: William Davis, Elizabeth Harris.
" May 20. Thomas Wyer, b., & Anne Taylor, sp. Wit: James Bridgewater, Sarah Bowen.
" [no date]. John Silvester Bucknall & Frances Wall. Wit: William Clement, Edwd. T. V. Wall, John Bucknall. Richard Wall.

[This last entry is not filled up, or signed by the Minister].

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