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    Sessions, 1616, 5 April, 12 February 1616-03 April 1616

    , before Sir Lewis Lewknor and Sir William Smyth, knights, and adjourned further until Wednesday the 5th day of April at 8 o'clock a.m. on the same day, at which day before the said Sir Lewis Lewknor and Sir William

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Farringdon Ward Without, Whitefriars Precinct, -

    12.00 0.00 0.00 Madder , John 2.60 13.00 0.00 0.00 Bedford , - (Widow) 2.60 13.00 0.00 0.00 Collins , Lewknor 2.60 13.00 0.00 0.00 Feasant , John 2.80 14.00 0.60 50.00 Dewey , Thomas 22.00 110.00 0.90 75.00 Comment:

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1626

    Hardy spinster, Richard Johnson yoman, David Eckling M.D., his wife Phillibecke Eckling, Mary Eckling spinster, James Olier gentleman, Sir Lewis Lewknor knt., Sir Edward Lentax knt., Sir Anthony Bugges knt., Lady . . . . Wanze, Reignold Fowntaine yoman, his

    Sessions, 1612, 1 and 2 December

    wether sheep. Handed over further: Joan, wife of Edward Porthe of Knightsbridge. Henry White of St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, armourer. Came: Richard Lewknor of the Middle Temple, gentleman, to prosecute Edward Awberrye. David Evans of St. Bride's, porter, for goods taken out

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1617

    there assembled." G. D. R., 2 May, 15 James I. 13 April, 15 James I. Recognizances, taken before Sir Lewes Lewknor knt. J.P., of Daniel Powell of St. Giles's-in-the-Fields gentleman and Jeffery Lodge of St. Clement's Danes' co. Midd. barbarsurgeon,

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1625

    Bannister of St. Leonard's Bromley gentleman; Edward Abdee of Popler esq.; Philip Barnardo of St. Leonard's Shoreditch gentleman; Sir Lewis Lewknor of Acton knt.; Hubert Hacon of Kensington gentleman; George Bale gentleman, and Joseph Hawkins M.D., both of St. Sepulchre's

    Bridge warde without [including Southwark]

    wife to sir Thomas Brandon, William Lord Scales , William Earle Warren , Dame Maude wife to Sir Iohn Peach, Lewknor , Dame Margaret Elrington , one of the heires of sir Thomas Elrington, Iohn Bowden Esquier, Robert S. Magil,

    Memorial XXXII, The Banquet given to James I, 1607

    Montague, Deane of the Chapell. Mr. Newton, Deane of Durham and Tutor to the Prince. Sir Thomas Savage. Sir Lewes Lewknor, Master of the Ceremonyes. Sir Robert Darcy Gentlemen Ushers of the Privy Chamber to y e Prince. Mr. Erwyn

    Sessions, 1616, 1 August, 28 February 1616-25 July 1616

    and beating Hugh Flood [Lloode ] , at the same. The said William acknowledged and fined 12d.; and Sir Lewis Lewknor and Sir William Slingisby are intreated to end the controversy between them. Sureties: Richard Seaward of Westminster, gentleman, and

    Sessions, 1613, 4 and 6 August, 01 October 1612-04 August 1613

    and John Hughes of the same, glover, and brought before Edward Forsett, esquire, being apprehended by warrant from Sir Lewis Lewknor, Knight, who took recognizance for prosecution. Sess. Roll 523/54, 110. G.D.R. 1/229. 3 July, 11 James I [A.D. 1613

    Index, L - Z

    292 Leader , sir Oliver, funeral, 128; note, 356 Leathersellers' Company , present at funerals, 118, 235 Lecknolle ; see Lewknor. Lee , sir Richard, at sir Rowl. Hill's funeral, 272 Legatt , Thomas, funeral, 100, note 348 Leigh ,

    Railey - Ryves

    d 26 Nov 1711, bur St Martin Outwich (3) Admon in Court of Delegates, Mar 1714/5 f Richard Rolles of Lewknor, Oxon, arm, mar 1663, Sacta, da of Richard Harrison, MT (2) "Indifferent", 1682, ? Whig, 1683, "goes to Church"

    Index of persons

    259 Lewes, Alice, 276 ( b ) Lewy, Thom's, 2 ( w b ) Lowse, Edmonde, 259 ( b ) Lewknor , Elizabeth, 543 ( b ) Lewkenor, Thoms', 4 ( b ) Lewssas , Wyll'm [Irish ] , 260

    General index, K - Z

    170, 171, 172, 178, 179, 180, 181, 183, 191, 199, 205, 419. " William, 101, 103, 104, 109, 147, 174. Lewknor , Roger, 366. Leyburn , Catherine, 249. " Charles, 249, 260. " Frances, 249. " George, 249. " Iseult,

    Sessions, 1613, 1 and 2 December, 02 October 1613-02 December 1613

    Thomas Plottes [Platt ] at Whitechapel. The said Christopher and Grace not guilty. The said Margaret at large. Prosecutor: Anthony Lewknor. Sureties: George Moore and John Browne of Stepney, yeomen, and Richard Barradyne of Ratcliffe, yeoman. Sess. Roll 526/61, 158,

    Index of persons

    182. 356; Agnes, his wife, ii. 4. Lewes the Painter , i. 280. Lewkner , Joan and Roger, i. 299. Lewknor , ii. 58. Leyland , see Leland. Liade , Robert, i. 172. Lichfield , Thomas, i. 305. Lichfield ,

    Index, L - R

    Robert, gent, 59, 138 Lewes, Nicholas, of Burkingham, co. Worcester, esq., 147 Lewis, Anne, 242, 244 Lewkner, Mary, lady, 154 Lewknor, Sir Lewis, knt., 5, 8 Lewlin, Thomas, late of Ranfeild, co. York, gent., 132 Lewlyn, Thomas, of Ranfeild, co.

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