Hollis and Hallowes Work docs and pages

(HOLLIS PAGES on website):

 

Hollis Related in Prince William County: 

1650 Potomac Creek site with John Hallowes
http://colonialencounters.org/SiteSummaries/PotomacCreekSummary.aspx
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/SiteReports/PotomacCreek-1.pdf (no Hollis info)
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/OtherReports/PotomacCreek-2.pdf (no Hollis info but good maps and views)

1650 abt Hallowes site
http://colonialencounters.org/SiteSummaries/HallowesSummary.aspx
http://colonialencounters.org/files/sitereports/Hallowes-1.pdf (Site Report by Hatch)
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/OtherReports/HatchDissertation.pdf (Hatch dissertation Manhood in the Potomac River Valley)
https://digitalarchive.wm.edu/handle/10288/1119 (Forts of the Chieftons – need to review)
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/OtherReports/McMillanDissertation.pdf (Community Formation – Hallowes info).
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/SiteReports/Clifts-2.pdf (Clifts site report with some Hallowes info)

1650 abt John Washington site
http://colonialencounters.org/SiteSummaries/JohnWashingtonSummary.aspx (some Hallowes info on 2400 acre site)
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/SiteReports/HenryBrooks-1.pdf (Henry Brooks and John Washington sites)
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/OtherReports/HenryBrooks-1-Faunal.pdf (Report on Faunal remains)
https://www.nps.gov/archeology/sites/npsites/gewaHistoricArchy.htm (Archealogy of Washington birthplace)

1662 Thomas Notley archeaology digs and info on Notley Hall
http://colonialencounters.org/SiteSummaries/NotleyHallSummary.aspx
http://colonialencounters.org/Files/SiteReports/NotleyHall-1.pdf
http://www.jefpat.org/CuratorsChoiceArchive/2013CuratorsChoice/Sep2013-TakeACloserLookAtThis18thCTelescope.html

1683 June 9 tithes Richd Hollis in Westmoreland Co Va

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1685 John Halles witnesses George Thompson deed conv to Richard Tidings in MD

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1690 John Broadnax recd 350 acres for importing several people including Elizabeth Hollis in Henrico Co Va

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1691 William Byrd recd 2000 acres for import 40 people w Eliza Hollis in Henrico Co Va 1
1691 William Byrd recd 2000 acres for import 40 people w Eliza Hollis in Henrico Co Va 2

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1758 and 1759 Ravensworth Rents due and to be paid inc John Hollis and Mathew Gowring Westmoreland Co Va

1761 James Hollis recd 395acs in Augusta Co Va

1761 George Hollis recd 144acs in Augusta Co Va

1764 Ravensworth Rents due and to be paid inc John Hollis, Wm Hollis and Mathew Gouring Westmoreland Co Va

1773 tithe w James Hollis in Westmoreland Co Va

1694 Jan 27 Wallis, Thomas. grantee. Land grant 17 January 1694/1695. Summary Location: Stafford County. Description: 369 acres on the Main Run of Potowmack Creek, and adjoining Theoderick Bland. Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 108-109 (Reel 288). Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Subject – Personal Wallis, Thomas. grantee. Bland, Theoderick. http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=108&last=109&g_p=G2&collection=NN Grant

1694 March 9: Wallis, Thomas. grantee. Land grant 9 March 1694/1695. Summary Location: Stafford County. Description: 1040 acres on the Fall Run of Rappahannock beginning at Mr. Waugh’s line. Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 135 (Reel 288). Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Subject – Personal Wallis, Thomas. grantee.
http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=135&last=&g_p=G2&collection=NN Grant

1696/7 March the 17th . A Letter being Read, from the Reverend Mr Councill from
Mr Brechin James Brechin a Minister of the Church of Eng Minister in in land in Somerset County therein Complaining Somerset County that he has not his dues according to Act of Assembly, this Board does say that they don’t find by any Law of England or of this Province that any dissenting Minister can be admitted to Receive the 40 p poll:
Ordered therefore that the sd W Brechin have Right and Justice done him pursuant to the Laws of England and of this Province.
A Lrc Read in His Exncy having formerly Recd: a Lre from the Council in relacon to honrble Edward Randolph Esq one of his Ma Trade &ca honrble Councill of this Province and Surveyor Genll of his Mat Customs, Dated the 16th day of May last, that he with other prsons in each Governmt was to Administer the Oath appointed to be taken by the late Act of Parliamt Anno Septimo et Octavo Gulielrni tertij Regis intituled an Act for preventing ffrauds and Regulating abuses in the Plantacon Trade unto his Mats Governrs on the Continent of America, which is the Reason he hath not taken the sd Oath before, expecting the sd Esq Randolphs coming; but the time of the sd Act for taking the sd Oath being near expired he does in prsence of his Mats honrble Councill take a Solemn Oath upon the Holy Evangelist that he will to the Utmost of his Power; how that all the Clauses, Matters and things Contained in the afore recited Acts of Parliamt here to fore passed and now in fforce, Vizt One Act of Parliamt made in the 12th year of the Reign of the late King Charles the Second intituled, an Act for increasing of Shiping and Navigacon another Act made in the 15th Year of the Reign of his sd late maty intutled an Act for Encouragemt of Trade, another Act made in the 22th & 23th years of his sd late Maty Reign, intituled An Act to prevent the planting of Tobo in England and for regulating the Plantacön Trade, Another Act made in the 25th Year of the Reign of his sd late Maty intituled an Act for the Encouragemt of the Greenland and Eastland Trades and for the better Securing the Plantacon Trades,  relating to the sd Colonies & plantacons and that all and every the Clauses contain’d in this prsent Act be punctually and bona fide observed, according to the true intent and meaning thereof. So help me God.
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1697 Feb 25: ffebry the 25th 1697/8
The Council again State and were present
His Exncy ffrancis Nicholson Esqr Capt Genll &ca
Sr Thomas Laurence Barontt Secry
Edward Randolph Esqr
Vpon a Petition of W Samll Davies of Somrsett County this
day produced and read, thereby humbly submitting himselfe
in the matter concerning Mr Layfields pretended Marriage;
craving pardon &ca It is considered by this Board that the
said Mr Davies be discharged from his further attendance,
and from all manner of prossecution in thu behalfe, whereof as
well the Sherriff of Somersett County as all other persons
concern’d are to take due notice and it is Ordered accordingly.
Vpon a Letter produced & read sent unto the Reverend
Mr Peregrine Coney from Mr James Brechin of Somersett
County desiring him to signify to his Exncy how tht his present
indisposition hindred his attendance, in pursuance of his
Exncyes Summons for his appearance to answer some complaint
as being present & assenting to Mr Layfields pretended
Marriage, therein alledging that he did not promote, but
oppose the same; yet denyes not, but that (after the Cere
mony was over) he said it was autbentick, expressing his
Sorrow and humble Submission &ca
p. 637 It is considered by this Board, that for the said Mr Brechins
humble Submission in that behalfe, he be discharged from all
manner of attendance or further prossecution touching that
matter, whereof as well as the Sherriff of Somersett County Lib. H. D.
aforesaid as all other persons concern’d are to take due notice
and is Ordered accordingly.
Produced and read a Letter by his Exncy recd from Mr
ffrancis Iencking of Somrsett County bearing date the 16th of
ffebry instant, giving account that Mr Layfield still persists on
the Marrying of his Neece and is resolved to endure the Shock
of all that can fall &ca giving also a Relation of the accident
that lately happen’d to his Majestyes Friggot, the Swift in his
Majestyes Colony of Virginia.
Maryland Sc Lib. X
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1697 March 24: Carpentr went New England the 13th day of August 1697 with
on board the
Sloop Margtt David Kennedy Esqr Collr of that district. For
& Sarah Vir- these reasons following Vizt That the Seamen
gina built and
bound for New belonging to the above Sloop left her refusing to
England upon goe the Voyage declaring she was unsufficient the
diligent Search
made, the said Collectr giving a permitt to bring the goods a
Sloope we shore by reason she was ready to Sink at Anchor
found alto
gether de- in the same Port and on the 26th of August as
ficient & not above Christopher Jones and John Roach Carp
qualifyed for
Sea as is enters did search the above Sloop & have given
attested & under their hands & declare & ready to attest the
Sworne to as
well for the sd said Sloop in such a Condition fitt for no man to
Jones as me hazard his life in by wch reasons she proceeded
the Subscriber.
Ino Roach not her intended Voyage but is still in this
Sworn to be- Province to the great loss of time & considerable
fore me this
28th day of damage sustained by the said John Henry: This
March Ano done in the presence of Ino Edgar and Iames
Dom: 1697/8
George Lay- Brechin Wittnesses hereunto required this 24th
field G. L. day of March 1697/8
Ino Edgar p George Layfield Publick Notary.
James Brechin
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1697 Oct 14: Produced & read a Letter writt from the Reverend Mr
James Brechin, Minister to Mr ffrans Jenckins of Somrsett
County dated the 6th & another of the 8th of Octobr instant,
giving an account of a pretended Marriage betwixt M’ George
Layfield of Somrsett County & his near Kinswoman; as also a
memorandum of one John: Starret concerning the same.
Ordered that the same paper be referred to the Kings Lawyers
to examin & enquire into the said matter, & that they consult
Mr Jenckins therein & make such proceedings thereabout as
are legall & proper. Octobr 14th 1697.
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1697 Oct 25: The said report is approved off & Ordered thereon tht as Lib. H. D.
well Copy of the said Order of Refference from this Board as
of the said Report be sent to the Vestry of that Parish where
the said Mr Layfield lives and that they in all things pursue
the directions there laid down.
Ordered that (according to the opinion of the Kings Law
yers this day read at the Board) the Sherriff of Somrsett
County do upon sight hereof take care to sumons the Rev
erend Mr Iames Brechin, Mr Samll Davies and Mr Wm Denice
Master of the Mary (persons said to be present & assenting
to a certain pretended Marriage betwixt Mr George Layfield
and Mrs Priscilla White of the said County) to be and appear
before his Exncy in Councill the last Tuesday in ffebry next to
answer the prcemises, whereof they are in no wise to faile at
their perill.
Produced & read a Letter by his Exncy recd from Mr Edwd
Green his Majtys Surveyor of Lands in Somrsett County; Sig
nifying that his occasions call him much abroad, and that he is
providing to remove himselfe to the Port of Annapolis to
follow the brewing Trade So that he cannot attend the duty
of his said office, therefore desires to be dismist therefrom and
some other Person appointed. Ordered that the same be
referred to Mr ffrancis Jenckins and M’ John West of the said
County to recommend some other fitt and capable person to
be constituted in his stead.
October the 25th 1697.
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1698 Nov 9:
Wallis, John. grantee.
Land grant 9 November 1698.
Summary Location: Stafford County.
Description: 150 acres adjoining Thomas Gregg’s land.
Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 2, 1694-1700, p. 297 (Reel 288).
Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Subject – Personal LinkWallis, John. grantee.
LinkGregg, Thomas.
http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=297&last=&g_p=G2&collection=NN Grant

1730 Feb 24
http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=111&last=&g_p=GC&collection=NN Grant
Author Cocke, Catesby. grantee.
Title Land grant 24 February 1730.
Summary Location: Stafford County.
Description: 516 acres on the North Run of Niapsco near the land of John Wallis.
Source: Northern Neck Grants C, 1729-1731, p. 111, folio (Reel 290).
Source: Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 22 (Reel 291).
Original survey exists.
Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Subject – Personal Cocke, Catesby. grantee.
Wallis, John.

April 15th 1732 (D-B1-144)
Know all men by these presents that we Thomas Baxter and Elizabeth his wife of Westmoreland County are held and firmly bound unto Jos. Waugh and William or the heirs of said Millan his wife of Stafford County in full and just sum of two hundred and fifty pounds current money of Virginia to the which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs and either of our heirs executors administrators and assigns firmly by these presents sealed with our seals dated this fifteenth day of April 1732.
The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above named Joseph Waugh and Millan his wife have executed leases to you said James Baxter & Elizabeth his wife for a certain tract of land situate lying and being in the County of Prince William on Occoquan River which the said James Baxter & Elizabeth his wife doth oblige themselves not to dispose of the said lease to any person or persons whatever nor to lett to any tenants on the said premises unless it be a—- man who shall not make use of any part of the said land or timber in witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto set there hands and seals in presence of John Waugh James Baxter (SEAL)
Henry Orear Elizabeth Baxter (SEAL) John Underwood John (his mark) Bourne
In a Court held for Prince William County the seventeenth day of October 1733 James Baxter and Elizabeth his wife acknowledged this bond for Joseph Waugh and Millan his wife which on their motion is admitted to record. Teste – Catesby Cocke

April 5th 1733 (D-B1-00)
Know all men by these presents that I John Gosling of the Parish of Hamilton in the County of Prince William planter am held and firmly bound unto John Tayloe of the Parish of Lunenburg in the County of Richmond Esq. in forty pounds sterling money of Great Brittain to be paid to the said John Tayloe or his certain attorney executors and administrators. To which payment well and truly to be made I bind my self my heirs executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal and dated the fifth day of April in the Sixth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord King George the Second &c. A.D. 1733.
The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound John Gosling his heirs executors and administrators do and shall for his and their parts and behalf’s from time to time and at all times hereafter well and truly observe perform fulfill and keep all and singular the covenants grants articles conditions and agreements which on his and their parts are or ought to be observed performed fulfilled and kept, mentioned, comprised and contained in a certain indenture of release bearing even date with these presents and made or meant to be made between the said John Gosling of the one part and the said John Tayloe of the other part purporting to be a conveyance from the said John Gosling to the said John Tayloe of a piece or parcel of land within the description of a certain bounds in the said release mentioned estimated at two hundred acres more or less in all things according to the true intent and meaning of the said indenture. Then this obligation to be void, otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue.
John Gosling SEAL
Sealed and delivered in the presence of us
T. Osborn
Wm. Brochenbrough
At a court held for Prince William County the eighteenth day of April 1733. John Gosling acknowledged this bond to John Tayloe Esq. which his motion was admitted to record.
Teste Catesby Cocke c.c.

April 19th 1733 (D-B1-00)
Know all men by these presents that I John Brett of Prince William County and Truro Parish and Colony of Virginia am firmly bound and stand trusty indebted to Thomas Halley of the same place in the full and just sum of thirty pounds sterling money of Great Brittain to be paid to the said Thomas Halley, his heirs executors administrators or assigns to which payment well and truly to be made I bind my self my heirs executors and administrators in the whole and for the whole firmly by these presence as witness my hand and seal this thirteenth day of April 1733.
The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound John Brett his heirs executors and administrators doth let the said Thomas Halley his heirs executors administrators or assigns have full peaceable and quiet possession of a certain mill sold by the said Brett to the said Halley situate lying and being on the north side of homes his Run and further hereafter if any council learned in the law hereafter finds any defects in a deed bearing date equal with these presence delivered by the said John Brett to the said Thomas Halley him the said Brett and his heirs executors administrators always to be ready to strengthen and confirm the same then this obligation to be void and of no effects otherwise to stand and Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
James Turley
David Davies
At a court held for Prince William County the eighteenth day of April 1733. John Gosling acknowledged this bond to John Tayloe Esq. which his motion was admitted to record.
Teste Catesby Cocke

June 19th 1733(D-B1-287)
Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Simpson of the County of Prince William Carpenter am held and firmly unto Catesby Cocke of the said County gentleman in the sum of one hundred and sixty pounds current money of Virginia to be paid by the said Catesby Cocke or his certain attorney executors or administrators to which payment well and truly to be made I bind my self my heirs executors & administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal dated the 28th day of May Anno Domini 1734.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Thomas Simpson his heirs executors and administrators do, and shall from time to time and at all times hereafter well and truly observe perform fullfil & keep all and singular the covenants grants, articles, conditions and agreements which on his and their parts and behalf are or ought to be observed performed fulfilled and kept particularly mentioned or expressed in a certain Indenture of Release bearing even date with these presents and made or mentioned to be made between the above bound Thomas Simpson of the one part and the above named Catesby Cocke of the other part in all things according to the true intent and meaning of the said Indenture. Then this Obligation to be void else to remain in full force and virtue.
Thomas Simpson (SEAL)
Sealed & Delivered in presence of:
Thos Robinson
William (his mark) Gossum
Henry (his mark) Jefferson
Mary Jett
At a Court held for Prince William County the seventeenth day of July 1734 Thomas Simpson Carpenter acknowledged this bond for performance of covenants to Catesby Cocke gentleman which on his motion is admitted to record.
Teste – John Gregg, Deputy C.C

September 19th 1733 (D-B1-132)
Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Owsley of the County of Stafford am held and firmly bound unto James Whaley of the County of Westmoreland in the full and just sum of one hundred pounds sterling to be paid to the said James Whaley his lawful attorney, his executors, administrators or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made I bind my self my heirs executors administrators jointly & severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal this 22nd day of April one thousand seven hundred and Twenty Eight The Condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Thomas Owsley, his heirs &c. I shall at any time hereafter or make do perform & execute or cause to be made done performed & executed sufficient deed or deeds of the conveying and sure making a certain parcel or tract of land situate lying and being in the County of
Stafford aforesaid & on a run commonly called & known by the name of Accotick Run together with a mill thereon erected ___ ___ of land is to contain two hundred acres, fifty acres whereof is to __ on the South Side of the said Run aforesaid & well & truly acknowledged or cause to be acknowledged the deed aforesaid in the court of the county of
Stafford aforesaid unto him the said James Whaley his heirs &c. that then the above obligation to be void & of none effect otherwise to stand and remain in full force and virtue. T. Owsley SEAL Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Denis McCarty & Edward Barry Memo: That if the land within mentioned doth not include the mill. That then the within mentioned Thomas Owsley is to allow the within named Thomas Whaley his heirs &c. one acre of land together with the within mentioned. At a court held for Prince William County the 19th day of September 1733. This bond from Thomas Owsley to James Whaley was proved by the oaths of the witness thereto and on the motion of T—Thuman atty for the said Whaley is admitted to record. Teste – Catesby Cocke C.C.  Prince William County Virginia, Bond Book 1732 – 1847

October 16th 1733 (D-B1)
Know all men by these presents that I James Morris of the Parish of Ware in the County of Glocester am held & firmly bound unto John Gregg and Richard Blackburn both of the Parish of Hamilton in the County of Prince William in the full and just sum of sixty pounds current money of Virginia to be paid to the said John Gregg & Richard Blackburn or their certain attorney, executors or administrators to which payment well and truly to be made I bind myself my heirs executors & administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal and dated the seventeenth day of October in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred & Thirty Three. The Condition of this obligation is such whereas the above bound James Morris hath granted bargained sold & conveyed unto the aforesaid John Gregg and Richard Blackburn a tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in Hamilton Parish in the County of Prince William and on Quantico Run and adjoining to the land of the Reverend Emanuel (Tones?) clerk formerly patented by John Beck & Richard & Hart of and containing twelve hundred and eighty acres be the same more or less by deed of lease and release the lease bearing date the sixteenth of this instant and release of equal value with these presents now if Elizabeth Morris the wife of the said James Morris do execute a sufficient power of attorney before three or more credible witnesses to same person in the County of Prince William who shall appear in her stead before the county court aforesaid the Justices then setting and then and there relinquish her right of Dower or Thirds of in and to the said lands then the above obligation to be void and of none effect else to remain in full force power and virtue. James Morris (SEAL)
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of us:
James Baxter
John Grant
John Waugh
At a Court held for Prince William County the Seventeenth Day of October 1733. James Morris of the County of Glochester in the Colony of Virginia acknowledged this bond to John Gregg & Richard Blackburn of which on his motion is admitted to record.
Teste – Catesby Cocke

March 17th 1735 (C-70)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Thomas Whitford, William Hall & John Gladin are held and firmly bound unto Francis Awbrey the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of fifty pounds to be paid to the said Francis Awbrey his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 17th day of March 1735.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Thomas Whitford administrator of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of William Brooshaw deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands,  possession, or knowledge of the said Thomas Whitford or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of his death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Thomas Whitford or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein when thereto required
by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Thomas Whitford being thereunto required do render and deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court.
Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of Thomas Robinson, Thomas Whitford SEAL
` William Hall SEAL
John Gladin SEAL

March 17th 1735 (C-67)
Know all Men by these Presents that we John Brown, Hugh West, Lewis Elzey & Thomas Smith are held and firmly bound unto Francis Awbrey the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of fifty pounds to be paid to the said Francis Awbrey his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this seventeenth day of March 1735.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound John Brown & Hugh West administrators of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of John Frost deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said John Brown and Hugh West or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of his death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said John Brown & Hugh West or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said John Brown and Hugh West being thereunto required do render and deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of William Baxter. John Brown SEAL
` Hugh West SEAL
Lewis Elzey SEAL
Thomas Smith SEAL

March 17th 1735 (C-71)
Guardian Bond
Know all men by these presents that we James Baxter, Lewis Elzey & Valentine Peyton are held and firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and Administrators in the sum of fifty Pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 17th day of March 1735.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound James Baxter guardian of Giles Tillett his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said James Baxter as soon as the said Orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of Thomas Robinson.
James Baxter SEAL
Lewis Elzey SEAL
Valentine Peyton SEAL

March 20th 1735 (C-68)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Richard Rutter, John Gladden & Gerrard Trammell are held and firmly bound unto Francis Awbrey the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of fifty pounds
to be paid to the said Francis Awbrey his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 20th day of May 1735.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Richard Rutter  administrator of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of George Goodin deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Richard Rutter or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of his death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Richard Rutter or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Richard Rutter being thereunto required do render and deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of Thomas Robinson Richard Rutter SEAL
` John Gladden SEAL
Gerard Trammell SEAL

May 1st 1735 (C-40)
Guardian Bond
Know all men by these presents that we Ann Mason, John Merur, John Gregg, James Baxter and Catesby Cocke are held and firmly bound unto the worshipful Justices of Prince William County their heirs executors and administrators in the sum of five thousand pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors
administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this twenty first day of May 1735.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Ann Mason and John Merur guardians of George, Mary and Thomson Mason their heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said Ann Masson and John Merur as soon as the said orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else  to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of Thomas Robinson.
Ann Mason SEAL
John Merur SEAL
John Gregg SEAL
James Baxter SEAL

May 23rd 1735 (C-45)
Know all Men by these Presents that we John Ashford, Thomas Smith & Edward Emms are held and firmly bound unto Dennis McCarty gentleman the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of three hundred pounds to be paid to the said Dennis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty third day of May 1735.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound John Ashford  administrator with the Last Will and Testament of Michael Ashford deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or  Knowledge of the said John Ashford or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and
Credits of the said Deceased at the time of his death, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said John Ashford or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein,
when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of James Baxter John Ashford SEAL
` Thomas (X) Smith SEAL
Edward Emms SEAL

June 11th 1735 (C-59)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Sarah Winsor and John Sturman are held and firmly bound unto Denis McCarty the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to the said Denis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this seventeenth day of June 1735.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Sarah Winsor executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Christopher Winsor deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of the said Sarah Winsor or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Sarah Winsor or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said
Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of Thomas Robinson Sarah (X) Winsor SEAL
` John Sturman SEAL

August 18th 1736 (C-94)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Jane E. Wallis, Richard R. Crupper & George Byrn are held and firmly bound unto Denis McCarty the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of twenty pounds to be paid to the said Denis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 18th day of August 1736.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Jane E. Wallis administrix of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Burr Wallis deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Jane E. Wallis or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of her death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Jane E. Wallis or
into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said  administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament
was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Jane E. Wallis being thereunto required do render and deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of Catesby Cocke Jane E. Wallis SEAL
` Richard R. Crupper SEAL
George Byrn SEAL

March 28th 1737 (C-104)
Guardian Bond
Know all men by these presents that we George Harrison & Hugh West are held and firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and Administrators in the sum of two hundred Pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 28th day of March 1735.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound George Harrison guardian of Susannah Clark his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said George Harrison as soon as the said Orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of George Harrison SEAL
Hugh West SEAL

 

March 28th 1737 (C-105)
Guardian Bond
Know all men by these presents that we Hugh West & George Harrison are held and firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and Administrators in the sum of one hundred Pounds to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 28th day of March 1737.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Hugh West guardian of Mary Harrison his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said Hugh West as soon as the said Orphans
shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered
in the presence of Thomas Robinson.
Hugh West SEAL
George Harrison SEAL

1737 Sept 23:
http://image.lva.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=22&last=&g_p=GE&collection=NN Grant
Author Cocke, Catesby. grantee.
Title Land grant 23 September 1737.
Summary Location: Prince William County.
Description: 516 acres on the North Run of Neapsco near the land of John Wallis.
Source: Northern Neck Grants E, 1736-1742, p. 22 (Reel 291).
Source: Northern Neck Grants C, 1729-1731, p. 111, folio (Reel 290).
Original survey exists.
Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.
Subject – Personal Cocke, Catesby. grantee.
Wallis, John.

May 28th 1739 (C-174)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Elizabeth Neale Francis Awbrey & John Sturman are held and firmly bound unto Denis McCarty the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of five hundred pounds to be paid to the said Denis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 28th day of May 1739.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Elizabeth Neale administrix of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of John Neale deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Elizabeth Neale or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of her death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Elizabeth Neale or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct
pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Elizabeth Neale being thereunto required do render and
deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie Elizabeth Neale SEAL
` Francis Awbrey SEAL
John Sturman SEAL

August 26th 1740 (C-257)
Know all Men by these Presents that we William Rookard, John Canterbury and John Carr are held and firmly bound unto Denis McCarty the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of two hundred pounds current money to be paid to the said Denis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty-sixth day of August 1740.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound William Rookard executor de bonis non of the last will and testament of John Gosling deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of him the said William Rookard or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said William Rookard or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as
far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie, William Rookard SEAL
John Canterbury SEAL
John Carr SEAL

February 22nd 1741 (C-345)
Know all Men by these Presents that we John Awbrey, Thomas Awbrey, Richard Awbrey, Zephaniah Wade, John Sturman, Edward Ennis, John Mehen(?), John Evans and Francis Robertson are held and firmly bound unto William Fairfax Esq. the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of two thousand pounds sterling to be paid to the said William Fairfax Esq. his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty-fourth day of March 1742.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound John Awbrey, Thomas Awbrey and Richard Awbrey executors of the last will and testament of Francis Awbrey deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of them the said John, Thomas and Richard or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for them and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said John, Thomas and Richard or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for them do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of their Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie John Awbrey SEAL
Thomas Awbrey SEAL
Richard Awbrey SEAL
Zephaniah Wade SEAL
John Sturman SEAL
Edward Ennis SEAL
John (Mehen?) SEAL
John Evans SEAL
Francis Robertson SEAL

February 22nd 1741 (C-329)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Thomas Withers Cofer, Francis Cofer, John Baxter and Richard Crupper are held and firmly bound unto William Fairfax Esq. the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of one hundred pounds current money to be paid to the said William Fairfax Esq. his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty-second day of February 1741.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Thomas Withers Cofer executor of the last will and testament of Mary Cofer deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of him the said Thomas Withers Coffers or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Thomas Withers Coffers or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie, Thomas Withers Cofer SEAL
Francis Cofer SEAL
John Baxter SEAL
Richard (X)Crupper SEAL

June 22nd 1741 (C-313)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Elizabeth Tomkins, John Sturman and William Glading are held and firmly bound unto William Fairfax the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of fifty pounds
current money to be paid to the said William Fairfax his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty-second day of June 1741.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Elizabeth Tomkins executrix of the last will and testament of John Tomkins deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Elizabeth Tomkins or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Elizabeth Tomkins or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie, Elizabeth Tomkins SEAL
John Sturman SEAL
William Glading SEAL

1742 April 25th(C-353)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Mary McDowell, John Awbrey, William Holling and Francis Awbrey are held and firmly bound unto William Fairfax Esq. the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of five hundred pounds sterling to be paid to the said William Fairfax Esq. his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty-fifth
day of April 1742.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Mary McDowell executrix of the will annexed of Thomas McDowell deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Mary McDowell or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and
the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Mary McDowell or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie, Mary McDowell SEAL
John Awbrey SEAL
William Holling SEAL
Francis Awbrey SEAL

September 27th 1742 (C-406)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Elizabeth Gregg widow of John Grant, Bertran Ewell, John Baxter and William Butler are bound to Robert Jones, Thomas Harrison Jun., Valentine Peyton and Samson Kenner gent. justices for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of fifteen hundred pounds current money to be paid to the said Justices. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this twenty-seventh day of September 1742.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Elizabeth Gregg executrix of the last will and testament of John Gregg gent. deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Elizabeth Gregg or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Elizabeth Gregg or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the
said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie Elizabeth Gregg SEAL
John Grant SEAL
Bertran Ewell SEAL
John Baxter SEAL
William Butler SEAL

February 27th 1743 (C-438B)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Bridget Fegan, Henry Berry, James Cullins, Luke Cannon and John Sturman are held and firmly bound to Robert Jones, Valentine Peyton, John Crump and Benjamin Bullett, gentlemen justice of the County Court of Prince William in the full and just sum of one thousand pounds sterling to which payment well and truly to be made to the said justices their heirs and successors we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals dated the 27th day of February1743.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Bridget Fegan administrix of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Edward Fegan deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Bridget Fegan or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of her death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Bridget Fegan or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and
Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Bridget Fegan being thereunto required do render and deliver up her letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court.
Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie Bridget (X)Fegan SEAL
` Henry(X) Berry SEAL
James(X) Cullins SEAL
Luke Cannon SEAL
John Sturman SEAL

February 28th 1743 (C-391)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Mary Wallis, Peter Cornwell & Charles Cornwell are held and firmly bound unto the worshipful Court of Prince William in the full and just sum of fifty pounds to which payment well and truly to be made to the said justices their heirs and successors we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals dated the twenty-eighth day of January 1743.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Mary Wallis administrix of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Thomas Wallis deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Mary Wallis or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of her death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Mary Wallis or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall  direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and
Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Mary Wallis being thereunto required do render and deliver up her letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then
this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie Mary (X) Wallis SEAL
` Peter Cornwell SEAL
Charles Cornwell SEAL

May 20th 1744 (C-491)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Jane Gosling, John Cantaberry and Andrew Dalton are held and firmly bound to the Thomas Harrison, Richard Blackburn, William Blackwell, and William Butler Gentlemen Justices of Prince William County in the sum of five hundred and fifty pounds . To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 20th day of May 1744.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Jane Gosling administrator of the last will and testament of Simon Gosling deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or  Knowledge of her the said Jane Gosling or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any time shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Jane Gosling or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a just and true account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court; and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie, Jane(X) Gosling SEAL
John Canterberry SEAL
Andrew Dalton SEAL

July 20th 1744 (C-511)
Guardian Bond
Know all men by these presents that we George Byrn and Cuthbert Garrison are held and firmly bound to Robert Jones, Richard Blackburn, Benjamin Grayson and John Wright, Gentlemen Justices of Prince William County their Heirs Executors and Administrators in the sum of two hundred pounds sterling to the true payment whereof we bind ourselves our heirs executors administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents as witness our hands and seals this 20th day of July 1744.
The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound George Byrn guardian of William Brown, John Brown and George Brown his heirs executors and administrators do & shall well & truly pay or cause to be truly paid unto the said Orphans all such estate & estates that now is or hereafter shall come to the hands of the said George Byrn as soon as the said Orphans shall attain so lawful age or when thereunto required by the Justice of the Peace of Prince William County Court & also to have & keep harmless the said Justices their heirs and successors from all trouble & damage that shall & may arise about the said estate then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of Catesby Cocke.
George Byrn SEAL
Cuthbert Garrison SEAL

March 25th 1754 (1-05)
Know all Men by these Presents, that We William Goon, Henry Poulson, and Aron Champlin are held and firmly bound to Richard Blackburn, John Ball, Elias Edmund, and Howson Hooe, Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of one hundred pounds, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty fifth day of March in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty four and in the XXVII Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound William Goon administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of William Champlin deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession,
or Knowledge of him the said William Goon or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said William Goon or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of his Actings and Doings therein,
when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said
Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said William Goon being thereunto required, do render and deliver up his Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court William Goon SEAL
` Henry Poulson SEAL
Aron Champlin SEAL
William Goon, Henry Poulson, and Aron Champlin acknowledged the within bond as their acts and deeds in Prince William County Court the 25th day of March 1754 and was then recorded.
Teste – John Graham, Clerk

March 24th 1760 (1-54)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we Elizabeth Byrne, Nathaniel Overall and James Head are held and firmly bound to James Scott, Foushee Tebbs, Lewis Reno and Thomas Lawson, Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of one hundred pounds, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty fourth day of March in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and sixty in the XXXIII Year of the Reign of our Sovereign
Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Elizabeth Byrne administrix of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Thomas Byrne deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or  Knowledge of her the said Elizabeth Byrne Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of her Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said Elizabeth Byrne Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Elizabeth Byrne being thereunto required, do render and deliver up her Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Elizabeth Byrne SEAL
` Nathaniel Overall SEAL
James Head SEAL

April 22nd 1754 (2-06)
Know all Men by these Presents, that We John Baylis, William Baylis, Anthony Seale, John Linton junior, and Hugh West junior are held and firmly bound to Thomas Harrison, Richard Blackburn, John Crump, and Howson Hooe, Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of one thousand pounds. Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this twenty seventh day of April in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and fifty four and in the XXVII Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Second.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound John Baylis and William Baylis Executors of the Last Will and Testament of William Baylis deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of them the said John Baylis and William Baylis or into the Hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons for them and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such Time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any Time shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of the said John Baylis and William Baylis or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for them do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a True and Just Account of their Actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said Court; and also well and truly pay and deliver all the Legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court John Baylis SEAL
` William Baylis SEAL
Anthony Seale SEAL
John Linton Jun. SEAL
Hugh West Jun. SEAL
John Baylis, William Baylis, Anthony Seale and John Linton Jun. acknowledged the within  bond as their acts and deeds in Prince William County Court the 22nd day of April 1754 and was then recorded.
Teste – John Graham, Clerk

June 3rd 1766 (1-93)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we Samuel Byrns, Isaac Davies and William Davies are held and firmly bound to Allan Macrae, James Douglass, William Carr and William Tebbs, Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of five hundred pounds, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this third day of June in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and sixty six and in the Sixth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE, the Third.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Samuel Byrns  administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of Charles Byrns deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or   Knowledge of him the said Samuel Byrns or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels,
and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said Samuel Byrns or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of his Actings and Doings therein,
when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said
Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Samuel Byrns being thereunto required, do render and deliver up his Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Samuel Byrns SEAL
Isaac Davies SEAL
William Davies SEAL

May 5th 1772 (2-101)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we William Brown, John Hooe and Anthony Seal are held and firmly bound to Henry Lee, Henry Peyton, Thomas Lawson, Lewis Reno and Lynaugh Helm, Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum one thousand pounds. Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this 5th day of May in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy-Two and in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord
GEORGE, the Third.
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound William Brown, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Lydia Byrn deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of him the said William Brown or into the Hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such Time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which at any Time shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of the said William Brown or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law; And further do make a True and Just Account of his Actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said Court; and also well and truly pay and deliver all the Legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full Force and Virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court William Brown SEAL
John Hooe SEAL
Anthony Seal SEAL

March 28th 1776 (C-101)
Know all Men by these Presents that we Lewis Elzey & James Baxter are held and firmly bound unto Denis McCarty the first Justice in the Commission of Peace for Prince William County for and in behalf and to the sole use and behoof of the Justices of the said County and their successors in the sum of seventy pounds to be paid to the said Denis McCarty his Executors Administrators and Assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals dated this 28th day of March 1737.
The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Lewis Elzey administrator of all the Goods, Chattels and Credits of Richard Dallistoe deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of the said Lewis Elzey or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased at the time of his death or which at any time shall come to the hands, possession of the said Lewis Elzey or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a just and true account of his Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court and all the rest and residue of the goods Chattels and Credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the time being shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the said Justices by their order or Judgment shall direct pursuant to the laws in that case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will and Testament was made by the Deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named do Exhibit the same into Court making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly if the said Lewis Elzey being thereunto required do render and deliver up his letter of administration approbation of such Testament being first had and maid in the Court. Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of John Bowie Lewis Elzey SEAL
` James Baxter SEAL

December 7th 1777 (2-124)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we Sarah Carpenter, Samuel Byrn and Benjamin Cooper are held and firmly bound to Henry Lee, William Carr, William Brent and Alexander Brown, Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, in the sum of eight hundred pounds. Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this 7th day of December in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and sixty seven The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Sarah Carpenter, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Benjamin Carpenter deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Sarah Carpenter or into the Hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William at such Time as she shall be thereunto required
by the said Court; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said  Deceased, which at any Time shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of the said Sarah Carpenter or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law; And
further do make a True and Just Account of her Actings and doings therein, when  thereunto required by the said Court; and also well and truly pay and deliver all the Legacies contained and specified in the said Testament, as far as the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, will thereunto extend, and the Law shall charge: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Sarah Carpenter SEAL
Samuel Byrn SEAL
Benjamin Cooper SEAL

March 1st 1779 (1-178)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we Ann Popejoy and Jas Byrn are held and firmly bound to Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this first day of March in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Nine The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound Ann Popejoy administrix of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of William Popejoy deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of her the said Ann Popejoy or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as she shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of her Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands,
or Possession of the said Ann Popejoy or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of her Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Ann Popejoy being thereunto required, do render and deliver up her Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Ann Popejoy SEAL
Jas Byrn SEAL

July 3rd 1780 (1-185)
Know all Men by these Presents, that we John Lynn, William Gains and William Lynn are held and firmly bound to Gent. Justices of the Court of Prince William County, now sitting, To the Payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices, and their Successors, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, this third day of July in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Eight
The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if the above bound John Lynn administrator of the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of James West deceased, do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession, or Knowledge of him the said John Lynn or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for him and the same so made, do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William as such Time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court, and the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands, or Possession of the said John Lynn or into the Hands, or Possession of any other Person or Persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law: And further do make a just and true Account of his Actings and Doings therein, when thereto required by the said Court, and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be
found remaining upon the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Justices of the Court for the Time being, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively; as the said Justices by their Order or Judgment shall direct, pursuant to the Laws in that Case made and provided and if it shall hereafter  appear, that any Last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said John Lynn being thereunto required, do render and deliver up his Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court John Lynn SEAL
William Gains SEAL
William Lynn SEAL

1816 December 3rd (4-14)
Know all men, by these presents, that we Thomas Ingram, Nathaniel Gray & James W. Wallace are held, and firmly bound, to John Linton, John Bronaugh, William Smith & John Hooe Gentlemen Justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of fifteen thousand dollars to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made to
the said Justices or their successors – we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 3rd day of December Anno Dom, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. The condition of the above obligation is, that if the said Thomas Ingram executor of Mathew W. Brooke deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of him the said Thomas Ingram or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made do exhibit into the county court of Prince William, at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law; and make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said court: and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said will, as far as the said goods, chattels, and credits will extend, according to the value thereof, and as the law shall charge him then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Thomas Ingram (SEAL)
Nathaniel Gray (SEAL)
James (Westwood?) Wallace (SEAL)

June 2nd 1817 (4-18)
Know all men, by these presents, that we William Byrne and Richard H. Henderson are held, and firmly bound, to Charles Ewell, Edmund Brooke, Robert H. Little, William Smith and Thomas Chapman Gentlemen Justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of one thousand two hundred dollars to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made to the said Justices or their successors – we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 2nd day of June Anno Dom, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen. The condition of the above obligation is, that if the said William Byrne administrator de bonis non of the estate of William Davis deceased with the will annexed, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the
goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of him the said William Byrne or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made do exhibit into the county court of Prince William, at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said court
and the same goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law; and make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said court: and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said will, as far as the said goods, chattels, and credits will
extend, according to the value thereof, and as the law shall charge him then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court William Byrne (SEAL)
Richard H. Henderson (SEAL)

December 1st 1817 (4-20)
Know all men, by these presents, that I John Linton am held and firmly bound to James Deneale, Zachariah Ward, Thomas Chapman and Jesse Ewell Gentlemen Justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of three thousand dollars to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made to the said Justices or their successors
I bind myself and my heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal, and dated this 1st day of December Anno Dom, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen. The condition of the above obligation is, that if the said John Linton executor of Ann L. Nesbett deceased with the will annexed, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of him the said William Byrne or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made do exhibit into the county court of Prince William, at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law; and make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said court: and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said will, as far as the said goods, chattels, and credits will extend, according to the value thereof, and as the law shall charge him then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court John Linton (SEAL)

September 4th 1821 (3-45)
Know all men, by these presents, that we William Byrne and Uriah Byrne are held, and firmly bound, to Charles Ewell, John Fox, William M. Craig and Michael Cleary Gentlemen Justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of Four Thousand Dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Justices or their successors, we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this Fourth day of September 1821.  The condition of the above obligation is, That if the said William Byrne administrator of the goods, chattels and credits of Dorcas Debell deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels, and
credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of him the said William Byrne or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him and the same so made do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William, which he shall be thereunto required by the said Court; and all the rest of the said goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administrator according to law; and further do make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said court and all the rest of the said goods, chattels, and credits which shall be found remaining upon the account of the said administration the same being first
examined and allowed by the justices of the said court for the time being, shall deliver and pay unto such persons respectively, as are entitled to the same by law: and if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the deceased, and the same be proved in court, and the executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereof, and the said William Byrne do in such case being required, render and deliver up his letters of administration – then this obligation to be void, else to remain in full force. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court William Byrne SEAL
` Uriah Byrne SEAL

February 8th 1825 (4-81)
Know all men, by these presents, that we Thomas C. Mount, William Byrne and John Brown are held, and firmly bound to Charles Ming, Redmon Foster, Charles S. Carter and Joseph R. Gilbert gentlemen justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of fifteen thousand dollars to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made to the said Justices or their successors – we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 8th day of February Anno Dom, one thousand eight hundred and twenty four The condition of the above obligation is, that if the said Thomas C. Mount administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of William Mount deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of him the said Thomas C. Mount or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made do exhibit into the county court of Prince William, at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law; and make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said court: and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said will, as far as the said goods, chattels, and credits will extend, according to the value thereof, and as the law shall charge him then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Thomas C. Mount SEAL
William Byrne SEAL
John Brown SEAL
Prince William County Virginia
Bond Book 1732 – 1847

September 1st 1828 (4-107)
Know all men, by these presents, that we Elizabeth W. G. Mount, William Byrne and George E. Green are held, and firmly bound to Griffin Stith, Michael Cleary, Thomas Nelson Jr. and Joseph R. Gilbert gentlemen justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of one thousand dollars to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made to the said Justices or their successors – we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 1st day of September Anno Dom, one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight The condition of the above obligation is, that if the said Elizabeth W. E. Mount executrix of Thomas C. Mount deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said  deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of her the said E.W.C. Mount or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for her and the same so made do exhibit into the county court of Prince William, at such time as she shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law; and make a just and true account of her actings and doings therein, when thereunto required by the said court: and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said will, as far as the said goods, chattels, and credits will extend, according to the value thereof, and as the law shall charge her then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force. Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Elizabeth W.G. Mount SEAL
William Byrne SEAL
George E. Green SEAL
Prince William County Virginia
Bond Book 1732 – 1847

July 6th 1835 (6-15)
Know all men, by these presents, that we Thomas Nelson, John W. Williams and William W. West are held, and firmly bound, to Jesse Ewell, Benjamin Johnson, George Weedon, Jesse E. Weems, Gentlemen Justices of the County Court of Prince William now sitting, in the sum of two thousand dollars to the payment whereof, well and truly to be made to the said Justices, or their successors, we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals, and dated this 6th day of July Anno Domini 1835.
The condition of the above obligation is, That if the said Thomas Nelson administrator with the will annexed of Jesse Cornwell deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels, and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of him the said Thomas Nelson or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made do exhibit into the County Court of Prince William ,at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court and the same goods, chattels and credits, and real estate do well and truly administer according to law, and make a just and true account of his actings and doings, which thereunto required by the said Court, and further do well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said will, as far as the said goods, chattels, and credits, and real estate will extend, according to the value thereof, and as the law shall charge him then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force.
Sealed, and delivered, in presence of the Court Thomas Nelson SEAL
John W. Williams SEAL
William W. West SEAL
Prince William County Virginia
Bond Book 1732 – 1847

Butler and Notley info:

1657 July 25: At a Court held at Putuxent the 25t0 die Iulij Anno
Domini 1657

Mr Richard Preston. Mr William Parratt
Present <
William Euens. M Thom: Thomas

Order agst Alexander King
Whereas it appeareth to this Court that Man named Alex-
ander King Came into this Province about 3 months Since
with a woman named Mary pretending that they were man
and wife, and under that pretence have lived and bedded
together as man and wife as by testimony appeareth, untill
upon Good grounds they were Suspected to be fugitives and
thereupon were apprehended and in the Sheriffes Custode,
but the Said King having broke prison is run away, and the
Said Woman being Conuened before this Court upon her Ex-
amination Confessing that She is not the wife of the Said King,
But that She is the wife of one John Butler a Liver in York in
Virginia and that She Came away with the Said King from
her husband without his leave or knowledge, and hath kept
Company with the Said King owning him to be her husband
The Court doth therefore order that the Sd Mary Butler Shall
receive twentie Lashes upon the bare back with a whip viz
ten Immediatly at the Court Door and ten at the River Side
of Potomock and So to be by the Sheriffe with this order
passed over the River Potomock and Delivered on Virginia
Side unto Some of his highness the Lord Protectors officers
there tht Course may be taken for her Safe Conveyance to the
place from whence She Came.

Whereas two fugitive Servants, which run away from York p. 295
in Virginia the one Servant as is Supposed to mr Nathaniell
Bacon named Peter Key, the other Servant to mr ffran: Wheeler
named Huntington Ayes, as the Said Ayres Confesseth being
apprehended and brought before this Court The Court doth
order that the Sheriffe of Patomock Shall take the Said fugi-
tives into his Safe keeping and with all possible Expedition

See them Safely Conveyed over the river Patomock and
Delivered into the Custody of Some of his Highness officers
in Virginia, that order may be taken for their Speedy Con-
veyance untill they be Safely delivered unto their respective
masters, and the Sheriffe is hereby Jmpowered to press boat
and men to transport them over Patomock.

John Davis aged forty yeares or thereabout Sworne and
Examined Sayth that one Named Alexander King and Mary
King did during their Continuance at his this Deponents house,
which was about five weekes did lie together as man and wife,
and that he this Deponent did know no other, but that they
were man and wife, And farther this Deponent Saith not

John Davis

Mary Davis aged twenty Eight years or thereabout Sworne
and Examined Saith, that Alexander King and Mary Butler lay
together as man and wife and She this Depont did know no
other but that they were man and wife, and farther Saith not
Sworne before me. Woodman Stockley.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 516 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000010/html/am10–516.html

(CHARLES BUTLER:  SO MANY ENTRIES about Charles Butler – surveyor, Gentleman, Major, Clerk of the Lower House of Assembly, etc. . . . this is just a SMALL sampling of all the entries about him on the Maryland Archives – there are NUMEROUS more – all in positions of power.  I have a hard time believing this guy was the negro slave of Thomas Notley, Chief Justice of the Province of Maryland – See:  COLONIAL ENCOUNTERS. The Lower Potomac River Valley at Contact, 1500-1720 AD. Notley Hall (18ST74)  http://colonialencounters.org/SiteSummaries/NotleyHallSummary.aspx ,   http://colonialencounters.org/Files/SiteReports/NotleyHall-1.pdf ).

1669:
Wm Moffett Sworne in Open Court saith:  That the thirtith of march this Deponent received a letter directed to Major Brook Sheriff of the County of Calvert and within five
daies after delivered the same to Charles Butler which letter was then
broke open by the said Charles Boteler and therein was a writt against
George Beckwith which was by the said Charles Boteler and the de-
ponent seen, and further saith not
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670
Volume 57, Page 449 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000057/html/am57–449.html
1673 Dec 23:
In Chancery Between John Balley p•lt and James Neale defend.t
& Between the S.d James Neale p.lt and the s.d John Bailey defend.t
The p.lt John Bailey maketh oath that upon the 9.th or 10.tb day of
Ap.ll last he psonally Served the S.d defend.t James Neale with a
writt of Execution of a Decree made in these Cases bearing date the
26.th day of ffebruary last by delivering unto him the s.d Neale the
S.d Writt of Execution of the S.d Decree under the Seale of this
Hon.ble Court by which S.d Decree the S.d James Neale was to pay
unto the Said John Bailey forthwith the Sume of Sixty one Thousand
five hundred and ninety pounds of Tobacco, And this Depon.t further
Saith that at the Same time this Depon.t did in the presence of
Hugh Oneale, Charles Butler & others demand & Require from the
Said James Neale the Remainder of the Sum of 6I590.ll Tab then
unpaid which was 25I76.lbs tab: the Sd James Neale haveing after
the Said Decree made & before Such Service paid unto this Depon.t
or his Order the Sume of 36414.ll Tab for the w.ch this Depon.t
did Give him a discharge upon Record and the S.” James Neale did
at the time of Such Service of the s.d Execution Say that he could
not then pay the Residue but that he would pay the Same to him the
Said John Balley or his order at any time when Required this present Liber C D
Cropp of Tobacco 1673. And this depon.t further Deposeth and (fol. 119)
Saith that for & towards paym.t of the Remainder of the Said
Tobacco due by the said Decree being 25176.£ this Depon.t hath
Given Sev.” orders to receive Sev.ll Suths of Tob.° amounting to
9298k Tob: but he the s.d James Neale hath not thitherto for any
thing appears by any accounts made by him the Said James Neale
to this Depon.t or the s.d notes delivered both to this Deponent p.d that
S.d Sume of 9298.£ Tob.° or any pt thereof to this Depon.ts knowl
edge though this depon.t did the last Co.rt inform the s.d Neale of the
S.d ord.r and notes Charged on him he then promised to pay
together also with the Remaind.r of the Said Sume Decreed w.ch
in the whole (all the s.d Sume) of thirty Six thousand four hundred &
fourteen pounds, & 9298.£ Tob (if made appear to be p.d) will amount
to the sume of 15878.£ of Tobo which Said Sume of 15878£ Tob.° p. 94
the Said James Neale hath not hitherto paid but Still Refuseth to ° 119)
pay the Same John Bailey.
Juravit Die 22.° Decembris Anno Domini 1673
Coram me Philhip Calvert
Att Charles County Attach James Neale for the breach of a
Decree als John Bailey by the Oath of the Said Bailey Ut Supra ret.
10.th ffeb :y Teste 23.° Decembris 1673.
Proceedings of the Court of Chancery, 1669-1679
Volume 51, Page 108, 109
http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000051/html/am51–109.html

1676 April 14:
Charles Boteler Nehemiah Blackistone late of st Maries
agt County otherwise called Nehemiah Blackis-
Nehemiah Blackistone tone of st Maries County in the Province of
Maryland Gent was summoned to answer
unto Charles Boteler of a plea that he render unto him the full and
just summe of nine hundred & thirty pounds of good sound tobacco
& caske which to him he oweth and unjustly deteineth.
And whereupon the said Charles Boteler in his owne proper person
complaineth that whereas the aforesaid Nehemiah Blackistone upon
the sevententh day of October in the yeare of Our Lord 1674 by
his certaine bill or writeing Obligatory sealed with the seale of him
the said Nehemiah & here in Court produced whose date is the day
and yeare aforesaid did owe and stand indebted unto Charles Boteler
of Calvert County in the said Province in the full and just summe
of nine hundred and thirty pounds of good tobacco and caske, for
the payment whereof well and truly to be made upon demand in
St Maries County aforesaid unto the said Charles Boteler his heirs
executors administrators & assignes he did bind himself e his heirs
executors and admrs firmly by the same bill Yet the said Nehemiah
though often thereunto required the aforesd nine hundred & thirty
pounds of tobacco to the aforesaid Charles Boteler hath not paid
according to the tenor forme & effect of the same bill but the same
to pay hath refused & as yet doth refuse whereupon he saith he is
dampnified & hath losse to the value of twelve hundred pounds of
tobacco And thereupon he bringeth his suite.
And the said Nehemiah by Kenelm Cheseldyn his Attorny corn-
eth and defendeth the force and injury when &c and prayeth lib-
erty of speakeing hereunto untill the next Provinciall Court & it is
granted him the same day is given to the said Charles.—Now here
at this day to witt the fourtenth day of April in the first yeare of
152 the Dominion of Charles Lord Baltemore &c Annoq Dom 1676.
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1675-1677
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1676 April 14: John Broome Wm Hill late of Calvert County otherwise called Wil-
agt liam Hill of London merchant was Sumoned to answer
Wm Hillunto John Brome of a plea that he render unto him
the full and just summe of two hundred & eighty
pounds of good and lawfull mony of England which to him he oweth
and unjustly deteineth &c
And whereupon the said John Brome by Charles Boteler his At-
torny Saith that whereas the said Wm Hill upon the twenty fourth
day of July in the foure & fortith yeare of the Dominion of the right
Honble Caecilius &c Over this Province Annoq Dom One thousand
six hundred Seventy five by his certaine writeing Obligatory Sealed
with the Seale of him the said William & here in Court produced
whose date is the day and yeare aforesaid was holden & firmly
bounden unto John Brome of the County of Calvert in the Prov-
ince of Maryland merchant in the full and just summe of two hun-
dred and eighty pounds of lawfull mony of England for the payment
whereof well and truly to be made upon demand to the said John
Brome his heirs executrs administrators or assignes the said Wm Hill
did bind himself e his heirs executors & admrs firmly by those presents
Yet the aforesaid William Hill though often thereunto required the
aforesaid two hundred and eighty pounds to the aforesaid John
Brome hath not paid but the same to pay hath refused and as yet
doth refuse whereupon he Saith he is dampnified & hath losse to the
value of three hundred pounds of good & lawfull mony of England,
& thereupon he bringeth his Suite &c.
Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1675-1677
Volume 66, Page 241

1676 April 26:
To Wm Winters alias Wintersell tenant in possession of the
prmisses above mentioned.
Afterwards to witt the six & twentith day of April in the second
yeare of the Dominion of Charles Lord Baltemore &c Over this
Province Annoq Dom 1677 Came the Said John Creycroft by
Kenelm Cheseldyn his Attorny and Wm Combes & Elizabeth his
wife and Mary Roe widdow by Robert Carvile their Attorny But
because it appeared to the Court here that this action of Ejectment
was comenced by the said John Creycroft as Lessee to the said
John Rousby and Barbara his wife against John Burdit causuall
Ejector and the said Wm Combes & Elizabeth his wife and Mary Roe
widdow being named defendants instead of the casuall Ejector to
try the title to a parcell of land now in the tenure of the said
Wm Combes or Wm Winters otherwise called William Wintersell or
their assignes and being now in dispute betweene the said John
Rousby & the said Wm Combes & the Court finding it necessary
That the due lines and bounds of the Said parcell of Land called
Plimhimmon lyeing in Tredavon Creeke containeing six hundred
acres be Surveyed by a Skillful person according to the Originall Sur
vey and Patent granted to Henry Morgan deceased ffather to the
said Barbara and that a faire Plott & certificate thereof be returned
to the Court It is by the Court this day Ordered That Charles
Boteler Deputy Surveyour be especially appointed by this Court & Liber N N
is hereby appointed impowered and Comãnded to lay Out the afore
said Land & runn Out their meets & bounds according to the antient
survey and Patent aforesaid to the said Henry Morgan in the
presence of the Sheriff of Talbott County who is hereby Comanded p. 377
and impowered to sumon a jury of twelve honest and legall men of
the neighbourhood who together with the Said Deputy Surveyour
are to enquire & certifie whether the said Land in question now or
late in the possession of the said Winters alias Wintersell or any
and what part thereof be within the lines of the said Patent of the
said land called Plymhimmon and to returne a certificate of his
and their proceedings herein and a faire plott distinctly drawn of
the said Land in question to the next Provinciall Court to be held
at st Maries the ninetenth day of June next attested aswell under the
hand & seale of the Said Surveyr as aforesaid as of the Said Sheriff
and jurors that so his Lopps justices being fully informed of the
truth of the premisses may doe therein as to justice shall appurteine.
Att which said ninetenth day of June Came the Said Surveyour
and made returne of the said Order in these words following. vizt.
May 17th 1677. To the Thomas Notley Cheife justice of the
Province of Maryland and the rest of the Honble
the justices of the Provinciall Court.
Whereas an Order of his Lordshipps Provinciall Court hath been
directed unto me Comanding me to Survey and Sett forth a certaine
parcell of Land called Plimhimmon lyeing in Talbott County On
the East side of Tredaven Creeke in the presence of the Sheriff of
the same County and by the direction of twelve honest & legall men
of the same County
These are humbly to certifie That I Charles Boteler Deputy Sur
veyr under Baker Brooke Esqr Surveyour Generall have laid Out
and resurveyed the said parcell of land called Plimhimmon in the
prseflce of the said Sheriff & by the direction of twelve men of the
same County by the said Sheriff impannelled & sworne upon the same
land, whose bounds are as follow that is to say Begining at a bounded
Oake standing by the side of a Branch of the same Creeke the said
Oake being reputed the antient bounded tree of the first survey of
the Same Land & from thence runing East south East for three
hundred perches & from the end of the said three hundred perches
runing South for three hundred & twenty perches and from the End
of the said South line runing west northwest for three hundred
perches and from the end of the said west north west runing north
to the first bounded tree Containeing six hundred acres and includ
ing within the same bounds the whole Plantation with all the houses
& ifenceing of & in the possession of Wm Winters al Wintersell
being the Land now in difference betweene John Rousby and Wm
Combes & Elizabeth his wife & Mary Roe, as by the plott hereunto
annexed more plainly appeareth.
To the Honble Thomas Notley Esqr Cheife justice of the Pro
vinciall Court and to the rest of the Honble justices of the
said Court.
By virtue of an Order of the said Court made in an action of
Ejectment there depending the sixth day of April last betweene
John Rousby and Barbara his wife plaintiffs and Wm Combes and
his wife defendants Wee the severall persons hereunder named being
in pursuance and according to the direction of the said Order Sum
moned and impannelled a jury by Colonell Lowe High Sheriff of
Talbott County did together by Mr Charles Boteler the Deputy
Surveyr therein named in the presence of the Said Sheriff Enter
upon the Seate of Land called Plimhimmon scituate on the East
side of Tredaven Creeke heretofore taken up by Henry Morgan de
ceased and laid Out for six hundred acres more or lesse Wee the
said Jurors being upon Our Oathes and haveing found the first
p. 378 bound tree and runn Out three hundred perches East south East
up the Creeke which Wee find to be the meets expressed in the said
Patent but cannot find the second marke Oake in the said Patent
mentioned to stand at the mouth of a branch although Wee have
found the branch as Wee beleive. Wee have also runn Out the South
line three hundred & twenty perches from the End of the said three
hundred perches and from the end of the said South line running
North north west for three hundred perches and from the end of
the west north west line running north to the first bounded tree &
Wee the said jurors doe all of Us upon Our Oathes Certifie and
declare That the plantation in the Said Order mentioned now in the
possession of Wm Winters at Wintersell the defendants Lessee that
is to say all the cleare ground houses & ifences thereunto belonging
are wholly within the lines of the said Patent of the said Land called
Plimhimmon In testimony whereof Wee the jurors have hereunto
sett Our hands & Scales the 17th day of May 1677.
Thomas Alexander (sealed)the marke of
the marke of Wm M Gascoign(sealed)
Henry HC Clay(sealed) the marke of
the marke of Wm O Godden (sealed)
Edward E S Stephens (sealed) the marke of
Robert Collyer(sealed) Edward E ifuller (sealed)
Lowe Vic (sealed)the marke of
the marke of Wm C Coxell(sealed)
Wm h Hodson(sealed) the marke of
the marke of Zerubabell SW Wells (sealed)
Thomas T Wilson (sealed)John Harmer jur. (sealed)
C: Boteler(sealed).
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1677:
Charles Boteler agt George Lockier:
This action in Ejectment being comenced by the
said Charles Boteler as Lessee of Thomas Clegatt &
Mary his wife late wife of Richard Hooper de
ceased mother & Guardian of Sarah Hooper & El
linor Hooper daughters & Coheirs of the said Richard Hooper in right
of the said Sarah & Ellinor against the Said George Lockier casuall
Ejector and Henry Hooper being named defendant instead of the
casuall Ejector to try the title to One messuage and five hundred &
fifty acres of land On the north side of Petuxent River neere Pres
tons Creeke in the County of Calvert, and Wm Traverse the Tenant
in possession of the prmisses being Served with the declaration in
Ejectment to appeare here in ffebruary Court Anno One thousand
six hundred Seventy six & make himself e or they under whom he
claimed defendants thereunto & by rule of Court confesse lease
entry & ejectment and insist only upon the title, thereupon the Said
Henry Hooper by Charles Boteler his Attorny came whereupon dayes
were given to the said Parties untill October Court then next
following.
Att which said October Court to wit the Eighth day of October
Anno Doffi One thousand six hundred seventy Seven Came the said
Thomas Clegatt and Mary his wife by Christopher Rousby their
Attorny but the said Henry Hooper came not but made default
whereupon the said Thomas & Mary prayed his Lopps writ of Habere
facias possessionem to them to be granted
And thereupon it is considered by the Court here That the said
Thomas Clegatt & Mary his wife late wife of Richard Hooper de
ceased Mother & Guardian of Sarah Hooper and Ellinor Hooper
in right of the said Sarah and Ellinor their possession of the said
messuage & five hundred & fifty acres of land on the north side of
Petuxent River recover & the said Henry Hooper in mercy.
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1678 June 15:
Daniel Cuningham James Moore late of Calvert County planter
& ux was Attached to Answer unto Ninian Bell of a
agt plea wherefore with force & armes One Mes
Richd Edwards suage & two hundred acres of land scituate
& uxlying & being on the Northern branch of Pe
tuxent river within the County of Calvert being
the North part of a tract of land late in the possession of John
Potts of Calvert County aforesaid deceased called & known by the
name of Mount pleasant which Daniel Cuningham & Bridget his
wife daughter of the said John Potts demised to the said Ninian
Bell for a terme which is not yet past did enter & him from the pos
session thereof did Eject, & other harms to him did to the great dam
age of the said Ninian & agt the peace of the right Honble Charles
absolute Lord & Propry of the said Province &ca
And whereupon the said Ninian Bell by Christopher Rousby his
Attorney saith, that whereas the said Daniel Cuningham & Bridgett
his wife daughter of the said John Potts deceased the five & twentieth
day of March in the second yeare of the Dominion of the right
Honble Charles &c in the said County of Calvert did demise the
said Messuage & land with the appurtennces To have & to hold
to the said Ninian Bell & his assignes from the said five & twentieth
day of March untill the full end & terme of three yeares then next
ensuing fully to be compleat & ended By vertue of which said Demise
the said Ninian Bell into the Messuage & land aforesaid with the
appurtennces entred & was in the possession thereof And being so
thereof possessed afterwards to witt the said five & twentieth day
of March the said James Moore into the Messuage & land aforesaid
with the appurtennces which the said Daniel Cuningham and Bridget
his wife daughter of the said John Potts deceased in forme afore
said demised for the terme aforesaid which is not yet past entred
& him from the possession thereof did eject & other harmes to him
did to the great damage of the said Ninian Bell & agst the peace of
the said right Honble the Lord Propry &c And whereupon the said
Ninian saith he is the worse & hath damage to the Value of forty
thousand pounds of tobacco & thereupon he brings his suite.
Unlesse the tenant in possession or they under whom he claymes
doe att the next Provinciall Court to be held for the Province of
Maryland the nineteenth day of June next ensueing appear to This
p. 668 Declaracon & make him or themselves Defendants thereunto And
by rule of Court confesse Lease entry & Ejectmt & insist only upon
the title, the Defendt in the Declaracon will confesse judgemt &
possession will be delivered accordingly to the plaintiffe
To Richard Edwards tenant in possession y0r friend
of the prmisses within menconed James Moore
And the said Richard Edwards & Hannah his wife by George
Parker their Attorney come & desire to be admitted Defendts to try
the title to the land & prmisses in the Declaracon menconed, & pray
liberty to imparle hereunto untill the next Provinciall Court & itt
is granted unto them, the same day is giuen to the plaintiffes also
Afterwards to witt the Eighth day of Octobr in the second yeare
of the Dominion of Charles Lord Baltemore &c Annoq Doni 1667.
came the plaintiffe by Christopher Rousby his Attorney & obtained
an order of this Court which followes in these words vizt Came
Ninian Beale by Christopher Rousby his Attorney & James Moore
by George Parker his Attorney, but because itt appeared to the
Court here that this action of Ejectmt was comenced by the said
Ninian Beale as Lessee to the said Daniel Cuningham & Bridget this
wife against James Moore the casuall Ejector And the said Richard
Edwards & Hannah his wife being named Defendts instead of the
casuall Ejector to try the title to one Messuage & two hundred acres
of land scituate lying & being on the Northern branch of Petuxent
river being the North part of a tract of land late in the possession of
John Potts deceased called Mount pleasant & being now in dispute
between the said Daniel Cuningham & Bridget his wife & the said
Richard Edwards & Hannah his wife And the Court findeing itt
necessary that the due lines & bounds of the said parcell of land be Liber N N
resurveyed by a skillfull Surveyr And that a faire plott & Certificate
thereof be returned to the Court Itt is by the Court this day ordered
that Charles Boteler Deputy Surveyr be especially appointed by this
Court & is hereby appointed impowered & comanded to lay out the
land aforesaid & run out the true lines & sett out their meets & bounds
according to the true intent and meaning of the Will of the said
J ohn Potts And to returne a Certificate of his proceedings herein &
a faire plott distinctly drawn of the said land in question to the next
Provincial Court to be held att St Maryes the fourth day of Decembr
next attested under his hand, that so his Lordpps Justices being fully
informed of the truth of the prmisses may doe therein what to Jus
tice shall appertaine. By vertue of which said order Charles Boteler
Deputy Surveyr went upon the lands in question & returned his pro
ceedings therein in writeing under his hand which followes in these
words Vizt Whereas by an order of the Honble Provinciall Court
dated the Eighth day of October one thousand six Hundred Sev- p. 669
enty seven I have bin comanded to lay out & runn the true lines
of two hundred acres of land part of a parcell of land called Mount
pleasant according to the true intent & meaning of the Will of John
Pott late of Calvert County deceased And returne a Certificate &
plott of the same to this Provinciall Court These are humbly to
Certifie that I Charles Boteler Deputy Surveyr under Baker Brooke
Esqr Surveyr Genll in obedience to the said order of Court did goe
upon the said land but could not finde any bounded or lined tree of
the same land or other known marke to begin the Survey upon So
that the same land I could not resurvey nor the lines thereof runn out
as by the said order I was comanded C Boteler Deputy Surveyr.
Whereupon & upon mocon made to this Court the fourteenth day
of ffebruary last past by Christopher Rousby in the prsence of the
Attorney for the Defendt itt is by the Court this day ordered, that
the said Charles Boteler be & is hereby especially appointed &
comanded to lay out that tract of land which lyes next above the
land in question formerly Surveyed for John Pott before the land
in question was Surveyed that the bounds of the land in question
may be found out And to returne a Certificate of his proceedings
herein And also a faire Certificate & plott of the meetes & bounds
of the land in question to the next Provinciall Court to be held att
St Maryes the ninth day of April next attested under his hand that
so his Lordpps Justices being fully informed of the truth of the
prmisses may doe therein what to Justice shall appertaine. Which
order was continued untill the Eleventh day of June then next fo!
lowing Att which day the said Charles Boteler made returne of the
aforesaid order in these words following Vizt To the Honble the
chiefe Justice of Maryland & the rest of the Honble the Justices of
the Provincial Court. Whereas by an Order of the Provinciall Court
bearing date the fourteenth day of ffebruary in the second yeare of
his Lordpps Dominion Annoq Doni one thousand six hundred sev
enty seven I was comanded to lay out & Survey one tract of land
lying next above a parcell of land now in question between Daniel
Cuningham & Bridget his wife late Daughter of John Potts deceased
plaintiffes & Richard Edwards & Hannah his wife Defendts to the
intent that the bounds of the land in question may be found out &
ascertained And the bounds so found to lay out the land in question
between the parties aforesaid These are therefore humbly to Certifie
that I Charles Boteler Deputy Surveyr under Baker Brooke Esqr
Surveyr Gen” haue laid out the said tract of land above the land in
question, begining att the mouth of a small runn called ifendalls
ifresh & runing down the river as the river runeth one hundred thirty
& five perches, which lyne doth sufficiently ascertaine the begining
point of the land in question Therefore these are further to certifie
yor Honors that the bounds of the land in question are as followeth
vizt begining att the end of One hundred thirty & five perches from
ifendalls fresh att an Oak now marked with eight notches, & from
p. 670 thence runing South & by West Downe the River for One hundred
& five perches, & from thence runing West for three hundred &
twenty perches & from the end of the said West line runing North
And by East till itt intersect a West line drawn from the first tree
containing two hundred acres being the North part of a tract of land
late in the possession of John Potts deceased called Mount pleasant,
includeing within the aforesaid lines about ffif teen acres of the cleared
ground or plantacon now occupyed by the said Richard Edwards but
not any of the houses belonging to the same. by Cha. Boteler Surveyr.
Afterwards to witt the ffifteenth day of June in the third yeare of
his Lordpps Dominion &c Annoq3 Doni 1678 came the said partyes
by their Attorneys aforesaid and referred the plea aforesaid to the
judgemt of the Court Whereupon the Certificate aforesaid being
read & heard & by the Justices here fully understood And the plott
of the said land being by them seen, itt is ordered by the Court here
that the said partyes plaintiffes & Defendts doe hold their severall
tracts of land according to the Certificate & plott aforesaid And that
each party beare his owne charges
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1678 June 18:
Eighteenth day of June in the third yeare of the Dominion of Charles
&c Anncxp Dom One thousand six hundred Seventy Eight Ordered
& Decreed by this Court, that the said bill of three thousand Eight
hundred pounds of tobacco be delivered upp by the Said Bruen
Radford to the said Edward Williams cancelled and made void And
that the said Bruen Radford pay unto the said Edward Williams the
sume of two thousand two hundred Seventy six pounds of tobacco
for his costs in this behalf e laid out & expended.

Charles absolute Lord and proprietary of this province of Mary-
land and Avalon Lord Barron of Baltemore &c To our trusty &
well beloved Baker Brookes Esq.r Thomas Taylor Esq.r Henry
Coursey Esq.r and Benjamin Rozer Esq.r Greeting Because in the
examination of witnessess and the Judgement thereon in the Court
Testamentary before our Deare uncle Philip Caivert Esq.r our
Judge for probate of Wills & granting of Administrations w.thin
the said orovince in a Certaine Cause there depending between John
Quigley who pretends & aleadges himselfe to be one of the Executors
of the last will and Testament of John Decry deceased lybellant and
Garrat Vanswcringen Administrator of all and singular the goods
Chattles rights and Creditts w.ch were of the said John Decry
Defend.t About the Will and Testament of the said Decry w.ch our
said Judge in our said Court hath pronounced Null and voyd and
the said Decry to dye Intestate. The Said Lybellant Alleadges that
the said Judgement is not according to Law to the greate damage as
well of the said Quigley as of the other Executors of the said John
Decry named and appointed in the said Vacated Will as by the
grevious Comp.lt of the s.d John we have received Wee willing that
Justice should be duely Executed in all Cases throwout our s.d
Province did hereby Constitute and apoint you or any three or more
of you (whereof we will that the Said Baker Brooke be one) To be a
Court of delegates for the reviewing and rehearing the said Cause
between the said partyes And therefore we have Comanded our
p. 123 Judge that he before you or any three or more of you as afores.d
at the Citty of S.t Mayrcs the twenty third day of this Instant Oc-
tober all and singular the Records papers and Minuments remayning
in his s.d Court before him touching the s.d Case That hee distinctly
and openly under his hand & scale of office doe send Wee doe there-
fore Comand you or any three or more of you as Afforesd that the
reveiwing rehearing and reexamining the Cause you diligently
intend And to the end there may be noe further Clamour for want of
Justice wee Comand you to Call before you as well the partycs
as also the witnesses that were in the s.d Cause examined before our
S.d Judge and noe others and the said witnesses to the Interrogatoryes
allready before our s.d Judge by the said partyes Exhibitted and to
noe others you privately Examine, and after publications of the Liber P C
depositions before you taken to the said Interrogatoryes and hearing
the partyes of both sides you doe therein what to Justice shall
appertaine and from your sentence and decree therein we will that
there shall be noe appeale, But that your Sentence and decree therein
shall be finall, w.ch we hereby Comand you to publish by the tenth
day of November now next ensueing & we doe hereby authorize and
appoynt Charles Boteler Gentl to be register of the s.d Court who is
hereby Comanded, your proceedings herein to transmitt, unto our
Deare Cozin William Calvert Esq.r principall secretary of our said
Province of Maryland that the same may be by him enroled and
Recorded in our Court of Chancery Records, And that you Ad-
minister the oath of Register of the said Court to the said Charles
Boteler and that you Comand the said Garrat Vansweringen to be
then and there, to hear the same. Wittnesse our selfe at the Cittye
of S.t Maryes the two and twentyeth day of October in the third
year of our Dominion &c Annocp Domini 1678
Thomas Notley
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1678 Oct 20:
At a Court of delegates begun and holden at the Citty of
S.t Maryes the three and twentyeth day of October in the
third year of the Dominion of the Right Hon.ble Charles
& :c Annocp Dthi 1678
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By his Lordpps Justices thereunto Authorized and appoynted
Vizt Baker Brooke Esq.r Thomas Taylor Esq.r Henry Coursey Esq.r
Benjamin Rozer Esq.r Then was the foregoeing Comission read and
Charles Boteler sworn Register of the same Court in these words
following Vizt I Charles Boteler doe Swear that I will serve the
Right Hon.ble the L.d Proprietary in the office of a Register of this
Court of Delegates true Record will I keep of all such matters as
Shall be comitted to my Charge to record and true Coppies will I
give to this Court or to there order, when I Shall be thereto
required Soc help me god

1682 May 9:
May the 9th 1682 Upper house met
Present
The Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary
The honourable
Philip Calvert Esqr Chanr
William Calvert Esqr Secry Coll: Vincent Lowe—
Coll Thomas Tailler Coll: William Stevens
Michael Tawny and Major Charles Boteler according to
Summons make their Appearance—
Major Boteler Examined and required to inform this house
what he knoweth concerning the Town Land at Battle Creek,
Saith that the same had been always taken and Esteemed to be
the Land of William Berry and that what he had done in laying
out thereof and erecting the same into a Town was done in the
Presence and by the Advice of William Berry which the People
Inhabitants thereof who had been thereby encouraged to Build
and Seat thereon well hoped had been a Sufficient reserve
from all future Surveys—
Michael Tawney declares and freely Offers that what part
soever of the Tract by him lately taken up shall be found to
be within the Bounds of the Town Land he is willing to relin-
quish his Claim thereunto although without the Lines of
Berrys Land and will be Content to take a Certificate if any
without Berrys Lines and not within the Town Land, which he
humbly Craves he may have the Benefit of: which this house
think but reasonable, & Order as followeth Vizt
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1683 Oct 24:
Thankes and some Acceptable present to Mr Pead for preach-
ing his Learned sermon before these Two houses the 14th
Instant, This house doe Concurr with the vppr house That
thankes be Therefore given vnto him the said MrPead, by Mr
Speaker for and In the name of The Lower house But cannot
Concurr with the vppr house In giveing any prsent according
To the Afforesd message.
Signd p Ordr C Boteler Cler &c.

P-43

Mr Hatton and Majr Long sent with the foregoeing message.
They return and say they have delivered the same
Then was Drawne the following message in answere to the
message sent from the vppr house, with horses

Lower house [24th October] 1683
This house vnderstanding [by the Paper Mejssage this day
brought by the [Honble Majr] Sewall [That their Bill for Le]s-
sening the number and bettering the breed [of Horses is
Rejected b]y the vppr house, & this [house having Considered
of the Proposition] in the said Message Expressed doe desire
[the Upper house that they] will Order a bill to be drawne vp
Accordingly:
Signd p Ordr C Boteler Cler &c.

hich message was Subscribed as foll
This house desire the Assent of the vpper house
to the bill for directing the manner of Eleccons &c
And to the bill Toutching the Leavying & defraying
the Publique Charge of this province both sent to
the vppr house the 22th Instant
Signd p Ordr C Boteler Cler &c.
Mr Hutchings and Mr Green sent with the foregoeing mes-
sages

Lower House October the 24th 1683:

This house desire to knowe of the vppr house if their honnors
have any bill or Other matter to send this house To night or
Otherwise this house will Adjourne

Signd p Ordr C Boteler Cler &c.
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1684 April 18:
Lower house Aprill the 18th 1684:
Voted necessary that a Towne be sett forth at the Sea side
as is desired by this peticon and the place appointed by this
to be betweene the goeing in of Selbys and Cornelius Innis
his land,
but for the Towne at Barrows landing voted
not to be remooved nor altered.
Signed p Order Cha: Boteler Clke of the
Lower house of Assembly
A Peticon of the Inhabitants of Zachaja swamp thus En-
dorsed vizt
Voted that there be a Towne upon Westwood Mannor as
by this Peticon is desired:
Signed p Order Charles Boteler Clke of
The Lower house of Assembly
A Charles County peticon thus Endorsed vizt
Lower house Aprill 19th 1684:
Voted that a Towne be layd out at the mouth of Nanjemy
Creeke or neer Lewis his neck as is desired by the within
Peticon
Signed p Ordr Charles Boteler Clke of the lower
house of Assembly
Caecill County petition endorsed vizt
This peticon rejected:
Monokin petition Endorsed vizt
Lower house Aprill the 19th 1684
Voted that this peticon be rejected this house being well
informed, that the place where the Towne is, is the most Con-
venient place in the said River
Signed p Order Charles Boteler Clke of the lower
house of Assembly
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1684 April 22:
Aprill 22th 1684:
The Lower house have assented: Signed p Ordr Charles
Boteler Clke of the Lower house of Assembly
An Act for appointing Court dayes in each respective
County
April 22: 1684:
The Lower house have assented: Signed p Ordr Cha:
Boteler Clerke of the Lower house of Assembly
An Act for killing of Wooleves
Aprill 22: 1684:
The Lower house have Assented. Signed p Order Charles
Boteler Clk of the Lower house of Assembly
An Act for Recording the Journall of the Lower house.
Aprill 22d 1684:
The Lower house have assented: Signed p ordr Cha:
Boteler Clke of the lower house of Assembly
An Act for punishmt of certaine Offences against the peace
and Safety of this Province thus Subscribed vizt
Aprill the 22d 1684:
The lower house have assented: Signed p Ordr Cha:
Boteler Clk of the Lower house of Assembly
Adjourne till after dinner
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1684 April 1-25:
An Act for payment and Assessinge the publique
Charges of this Province
Whereas there hath been Two hundred and fiue Thousand
nine hundred and eleven pounds of Tobacco Expended layd
out and disbursed by the vpper & lower houses of this prsent
Generall Assembly and by severall others the Good people of
this province for the publique Good of the same. And to the
intent that the same may be Sactisfied & paid to those psons
to whome the same is Due:
Be it therefore Enacted by the Right Honoble the Lord Propry
by & wth the Advice and Consent of the vpper and Lower
houses of this prsent Generall Assembly & the Authority of
the same That the said Two hundred and fiue thousand nine
hundred & eleven pounds of Tobacco be paid in Manner And
forme As is hereafter Expressed: (that is to say) to Thomas
Casey sixteen hundred pounds of Tobacco: To John LLewel-
lin two Thousand pounds of Tobacco: To James Benson one
thousand pounds of Tobacco To George Robins twelue Hun-
dred pounds of Tobacco: To John Larkin fiue and Twentie
hundred pounds of Tobacco To George Burges: Two Thou-
sand and forty pounds of Tobacco: To Marke Cordea Twenty
Thousand seven hundred sixty four pounds of Tobacco: To
p. 259
Willm Taylor sixteen hundred pounds of Tobacco To Garret
Vansweringen ffifty one thousand two hundred seventy fiue
pounds of Tobacco To John Baker Thirty thousand Three
hundred and twelue pounds of Tobacco, To ffrancis Luther
eight hundred & forty pounds of Tobacco To Collo Phelemon
Lloyd Twelue hundred pounds of Tobacco: To John Edmon-
son foure hundred pounds of Tobacco, To Henry Exon Three
Thousand four hundred Eighty one pounds of Tobacco: To
John Saxon Three Thousand Eight hundred pounds of
Tobacco: To John Lewellin six Thousand pounds of Tobacco
To Charles Butler six thousand pounds of Tobacco To
Thomas Bland Three Thousand fiue hundred pounds of
Tobacco: To James Cullen Three Thousand fiue hundred
pounds of Tobacco To Anthony Vnderwood Three Thousand
fiue hundred pounds of Tobacco: To John Blomfeild Three
Thousand fiue hundred pounds of Tobacco: To Joseph
Norwood Eight hundred pounds of Tobacco: To Thomas
Burford Two Thousand fiue hundred pounds of Tobacco: To
Francis Hutchins Two Thousand fiue hundred pounds of
Tobacco To Richard Hall Two Thousand fiue hundred pounds
of Tobacco: To William Richardson Two Thousand fiue hun-
dred pounds of Tobacco To Philip Linnes Twenty fiue Thou-
sand fiue hundred twenty foure pounds of Tobacco To Garret
Vansweringen Eight Thousand seventy eight pounds of
Tobacco To Henry Exon foure hundred ninty fiue pounds of
Tobaccoe: To Marke Cordea Three Thousand Three hundred
forty eight pounds of Tobaccoe To Philip Lynes Two Thou-
sand Three hundred Thirty eight pounds of Tobacco: To
Alexander Kemmont four hundred pounds of Tobacco: To
John Baker foure Thousand nine hundred & sixteen pounds
of Tobacco: And to the severall sherriffes of this province for
theire Sallery for Collecting the same The sume of twenty
thousand fiue hundred Ninteen pounds of Tobacco: And be
it further Enacted by the Advice Consent and Authority
Aforesaid that the Aforesaid summe of Tobacco Amounting
in the whole to the sume of two hundred Twenty six Thou-
sand fiue Hundred & Two pounds of Tobacco: Be Levyed and
Assessed by An Equall Assessment vpon the psons & estates
of the Inhabitants of this province And be paid to the severall
persons to whome the same is Due: Accordinge to the
Accompts & Disbursments & Nessasary Charges of this Prov-
ince which haue Been Examined Stated & Allowed by the
vpper & Lower houses of this present Generall Assembly:
Any Law Statute or Vsage To the Contrary hereof in Any-
wise Notwithstandinge
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1719 Oct 1:
Be it Remembred That here to fore To witt on the twenty first day of
October Anno Domini 1719 were Transmitted from the high Court of
Chancery on the prayer of Charles Carroll Esqr to this Court the following
proceedings Vizt
To his Excellency John Hart Esqr Governour of Maryland and Keeper
of the Great Seale thereof Humbly Complaining Sheweth unto Your Ex07
your Suppliant and daily Orator Thomas Wells junr of Prince George’s
County Planter. That yr Orator is Seised in fee and fully possest of a planta-
tion and parcell of land lying in Prince George’s County being the Norther-
most part of a Tract of land called Amptill Grange upon which he had
made Some Considerable Improvements That a certain Charles Carroll Esqr
brought his action of trespass and Ejectment in the name of James Hosley
his Lessee agt your Orator as Supposing your Orator’s Improvements which
he made on the said Amptill Grange to be included within the Bounds of a
tract of land called Enfield Chace belonging to the sd Charles Carroll Esqr
and not within the bounds of the sd Amptill Grange That your Orator took
defence of the same Improvements as being wth in the bounds of the sd Land
Called Amptill Grange which was Surveyed the Sixth day of Aug’ 1670 being
long before the Survey of Enfield Chace and pleaded not guilty of the Tres-
pass and thereupon a Resurvey was ordered to be made of the Same Land
according to the practice of the Provincial Court in order to lay down and
illustrate the pretensions of eah [sic] party [343] which was made by Benja-
min Berry the Surveyour of the Said County who being Conscious of his own
Unskillfullness or for other Reasons to your Orator unknown took to his as-
sistance in the Survieing and platting drown [sic] of the sa Lands James Car-
roll of Ann Arundell County Gent the Nephew of the same Charles and upon
the return of Such Platt your Orator and the sd Charles were at Issue That it
appeared upon the sa tryall that the Sole Scope of the dispute was concern-
ing the first bounded tree of the land called Amptill Grange which by the
originall Certificate of the sd Land was mentioned to Stand by the side of
Patuxent River Altho’ in truth the same tree Stood Some Small distance
from it That your Orator upon the Tryall made it evidently appear that at
the place where now a plumb tree Stands were your Orator in the Provincial
Court made his pretensions as for the begining of Amptill Grange one
Charles Boteler the Surveyor that originally lay’d out the said Land and
Sundry other Tracts Contiguous thereto bounded a White Oake Tree as for
the first bounded tree of Amptill Grange and that in Some Small time after
being asked why in the certificate of the Survey of the sd Land he had men-
tioned the sa Tree as standing by the River Side Which Stood Some perches
from it answered that that Signifyed nothing for that he concluded the Sur-
vey to be bounded by and running as the Said River runneth to the first
bounded Tree or to that effect That at the time when the said Charles Butler
marked the Said Tree one that was with him walked from the said Tree
Towards the river Side and Sliped or knotched Sundry trees as he went many
of which are yet Standing and were fairly proved by your Orator on the
Tryall That yr Orator likewise proved that the said Originall first bounded
tree had been Seen by Sundry Evidences which your Orator produced at the
barr Viva Voce Standing in the place pretended to by your Orator and was
generally allowed as the hegining Tree without Controversy by those \vhoac
Interest led them to maintain the Contrary That your Orator likewise pro-
duced to the Court by the leave of one [344] Roger Booke [sic] Gent the
Originall platt of the said Land Call Amptill Grange and of Sundry other
Tracts contiguous as aforesaid were originally Surveyed and layd down ac-
cording to yr Orators pretensions but absolutly contradictory and inconsistant
with those of the said Charles Carroll That altho your Orator had fully
proved his pretensions both by the correspondency of Records by the proceed-
ings of a former Jury upon the Resurvey of the said Land and the best tradi-
tionall Evidence that the length of time cou’d possibly admitt and tho’ upon
Controversies your Orator’s Said begining tree had been entirely Submitted
to by differing parties Yet so farr was the Jury on the sd Tryall amused by the
sa Charles Carroll Esqr and his Councill at the Barr and by one of the Jurors
(who profest himself a Surveyour) in their Chamber that by Insisting that
because the Certificate of Amptill Grange exprest the first begining Tree
thereof to Stand by the River Side The tree that your Orator pretended to
could not be the begining Tree of Amptill Grange nor that the said Jury
ought to find it So altho’ the said Charles Boteler himself was to arise out of
his Grave and affirm it to them alleging that Such finding would be contrary
to The Expression of the certificate And that therefore tho’ never So fully
proved they could not find the fact Contrary to that Record And thereupon
prevailed with the said Jury to find a Verdict agt your Orator Contrary to
their evidence And the truth of the fact and agt all Justice Equity and good
Conscience to the Surprize of the Court and all others that heard the said
Tryall That your Orator Imediately upon the Jury’s giving their Verdict ag4
him after a friendly manner requested the Said Originall platt under the
said Charles Botler’s own hand might be lodged amongst the Records of the
Provincial Court or otherwise preserved from Imbezelment for the better
Illustration of the truth of your Orator’s cause but So farr did the interest of
the said Charles Carroll prevaile above that of your Orator that the sd Roger
Brooke or others that own’d the Said Platt were prevailed upon by the said
Charles Carroll to conceal the Same So that your Orator cou’d not obtain
the effect of his So reasonable request tho he offered to be at all charges that
should arise thereon Wherefore for that the proceedings of the Said Charles
are altogether unjust and the verdict of the said Jurors false and illegall but
that your Orator is not otherwise relievable Save before your Excellency in
this Honrble Court were [sic] the Verdict of the said Jury may be examined
according to the rules of [345] Equity and good Conscience The practice of
attainting Jurors not being at yet introduced here And to the end that the sd
Charles may answer all and Singular the premisses and also that the Sd Charles
may bring into this Honrble Court the Originall Platt of the lands afd or oth-
erwise Set forth what is become of the Same or what he knows of it and gen-
erally to answer all and Singular the premisses and particularly whether he
do’s believe that the Tree which your Orator alleged to have been bounded
for the first tree of Amptill Grange where the Plumb tree now Stands was
not actually bounded by the sd Charles Boteler the Surveyour for the first
bounded Tree of the said Land of Amptill Grange when he first Surveyed
it Also what was the date of the Certificate of Enfield Chace who it was that
put him upon molesting your Orator, or what were his motives So to do
whether he does not believe your Orator’s pretensions to be more agreeable
to the certificates of Survey of all the contiguous lands than those of his own
making and whether the Evidences examined at the Barr did not Satisfye
him in point of conscience that he was mistaken in his pretensions and
whether he does not really believe that the Sd Jurors were mistaken or mis-
lead in their Verdict Your Orator humbly prays your Excellency to grant
him his Lordships Writts of Injunction to be directed to the said Charles
Carroll thereby Commanding him at a certain day personally to be and ap-
pear before your Excy in this Honrble Court then and there to answer all
and Singular the premisses and further to Stand to and abide Such further
order rule direction and Decree therein as to your Excy shall Seem meet.
And your Orator as in duty bound Shall ever pray etc.
Th Bordley per Complt
The answer of Charles Carroll Defendant to the Bill of Complt of Tho8
Wells junr.
The Said Defendt Saving to himself now and at all times hereafter the
benefite and advantage of exception to the many Imperfections incertintyes
and insufficiencys of the Complainants Said Bill of Complt for answer there-
unto or unto So much thereof as this defendant is advised as any way mate-
riall for him to make [346] answer unto He answereth and Sayeth That he
doth admitt that the Complt may think himself Seated on the North west-
ermost part of Amptill Grange and might consequently make some Improve-
ments as Judging himself Intituled thereto but that the land in Dispute is
any part of Amptill Grange this defendant doth deny, but is within the de-
fendants land called Enneid Chace and when the Complainant could not by
any means be prevailed on to do the defendant Justice in forbearing to tres-
pass on, and wear out his land, cutt down his timber and do him Severall
other damages The defendant was forced to bring an Ejectment against him
in the Provincial Court, the Complainant there takeing defence upon him,
that a resurvey was ordered as usuall in Such cases and that Benj” Berry the
Survey laid out the Pretentions of the Complt and this Defendant and ad-
mitts that Jas Carroll the defendants Nephew, might give Some assistance in
the doing thereof which as this defendant believes noe way affected the Merit
of the cause, that the Sole Scope of the Dispute was about the place where the
first bounder of Amptill Grange Stood, which the record of the original Sur-
vey as well as the Record of the Survey of a Tract of land called Essington to
which it has reference mentions it to be by Patuxent River Side, and not at
any distance from it, were a Plumb tree may now stand, but does not believe
that ever Charles Buttler the Surveyr bounded a White Oak there for the
first bounder of Amptill Grange, being directly contrary to his own return
recorded, and upon oath, nor does he admitt the truth of what is Suggested
in the Bill to have been by sd Buttler, relating thereto, being inconsistant
with his own return, what trees were Sliped or Notched, by any man that
Marked to the River Side, or whether any Such be now standing the de-
fendant knows not and does not admitt that the proof thereof (all circum-
stances considered) was So farr as to Divest the deft of his Inheritance as he
Questions not to make appear before your Exncy as all that the other Sug-
gestions of proof in the Comp”8 bill do not amount to Such an Evidence, as
law or Equity requires to Sett aside the defendants right, and Denys that the
Suggestions made by his Council and himself at the barr, he believes were
well grounded and Supported but what any of the Jurors might say in [347]
their Chamber he knows not, altho’ Some days after they gave their Verdict,
for the Defendant he heard Some of them Say, that if Verdicts were given
agt Such proofs as were brought by this Defendant there would be little Se-
curity, for any Maryland inheritance As to the Originall platt made and
Delineated by Charles Boteler who surveyed the Tract of land called Amptill
Grange, when the same was taken up the Defendant is So farr from con-
cealling the Same, or being Careless thereof that he Shall be ready to pro-
duce it at the Tryall, and thereby Questions not demonstratively to make
appear that his pretentious most exactly agree to and Square with what was
originally done by the Very Surveyr himself at the laying out of the land,
and as to his beliefe of the tree, where the plumb tree may Stand he Verily
believes it never was bounded for Amptill Grange at the taking up thereof
there being no Circumstance to induce a beliefe thereof (but Some oaths
that another Man (who as this the Defendant is pretty well Informed, was
of Suspected fame and Credit) took (before whom and by what authority
the Defendant knows not) That the tree Stood the which is an Evidence
(as the Defendant is well advised) that ought not in law and Equity, to be
allowed and more especially against Such clear Demonstrations as were
brought before the Court and Jury by this Defendant who allows that the
Tract called Enfield Chase is later in date then Amptill Grange, but denies
any part of the first, to be within the Second, and as to this Defendants be-
ing urged by any Body, to Seek for his right does not rember, but has Sev-
erall times been told by his over Seers and others that the Complainant had
Seated within the Defendants tract called Enfield Chase and that then Self
reservation and the Support of his right, were Sufficient to induce him to re-
cover the Same Yet that before he Commenced his Suit he sent in a friendly
mamici tu die CuiiijjlL tu fuibcdi fuitlici Ltcapass 01 clearing More ground,
and as to what he had done before the defendant wou’d be Easy and Suffer
him to make a years Cropp upon the whole matter the defendant believes
the Complainants pretensions to be unjust and Very ill grounded and So farr
from being Concurrent wth the Certificates of the Surveys of the adjacent
lands that they are Very opposite that the Tryall and Evidences Confirm
his Conscience of the Justice of his cause that he believes the Jury gave [348]
a Very Just Verdict agreeable to the truth and the oaths they took he be-
lieves that if any were Surprized at the Verdict it coul be for no other reason
then Some prejudice, very unjustly conceived agt this defendant, without
that, that any other matter or thing material for this Deft to make answer
unto and not herein before answered Confessed, traverssed or Denyed is true,
Wherefore he humbly prays to be hence dismissed with his reasonable Costs
and charges in this behalf most wrongfully Sustained
May 31 1717 Then came Charles Carroll Esqr the Deft and Swore that
what is alledged in this answer to relate to the knowledge of any other per-
son he believes to be true and what is alleadged to relate to his own knowl-
edge he Swears to be true. Sworne before me
Tho Brooke
The Replication of Thomas Wells to the answer of Charles Carroll Esqr
Defendant to the bill of Comp” of the said Wells Complainant
The said Complainant for replication unto the said Defendants Said
answer Sayth That the said Bill of Complaint by him exhibited into this
Honrble Court agt the said defendant is Very true certain and Sufficient in
the law to be by him the sd Defendant answered unto and that all and every
the matters and allegations in the said Bill of Complt contained are by him
therein Set forth upon good cause and just ground and occasion of Suit And
this Replyant further Sayth and averreth That the Said answer of the said
Defendant unto the sd Bill of Complt is Very uncertain untrue and insuffi-
cient in the law to be replyed unto by him this replyant Nevertheless all ad-
vantages and benefite of exceptions to the uncertainties and insufficcences of
the sd defts Said answer to this replyant now and at all times here after served
and reserved for replication to the sd defendants Said Answer this Replyant
in and by this his Replication Sayth and Sheweth in every matter and thing
as before in and by his said bill of Compll he hath Sayd and Shewed And
that he doth and will thereby Justifye maintain and prove his Said Bill of
Complaint and all and every the matters and allegations therein Comprized to
be true and Certain [349] in Such Sort manner and form as the Same are
therein by him this Replyant Set forth and expressed with out that that any
other matter or thing whatsoever in the said defendants Sd answer Contained
material or Effectual in the law for this replyant to reply unto and not
therein and thereby Sufficiently replyed unto Confessed or avoided or other-
wise replyed unto is true All which matters and things this replyant is ready
to averr justifye maintain and prove As this Honrble Court shall award and
direct And thereupon he is Replyant in and by this his Replication humbly
prays as before in and by his said Bill of Complaint he hath already formerly
prayed
Th Bordley
Thomas Wells v Charles Carroll
Como to examine evidences
MARYLAND ss Charles absolute Lord and Propry of the Provinces of
Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltemore etc. To Thos Claget Dr
Patrick Hepburne James Stoddart and James Ha[d]dock Gent Greeting
Know ye that we have appointed you or any two or three of you to be our
Commissioners to examine evidences in a Certain cause depending in our
Court of Chancery between Thos Wells Comp” and Charles Carroll Esqr de-
fendant We therefore require you or any two or three of you that at Such
time and place as to you or any two or three of you Shall Seem convenient
you cause to Come before you or any two or three of you all Such evidences
as shall be to you or any two or three of you named by either the Complt or
defendant and that you examine them on their Corporall oaths to be by you
administred on the Holy Evangelist in presence of the said Complainant and
defend’ (if they having timely notice thereof shall think fitt to be present)
touching their knowledge of any thing that may relate to the cause aforesaid
and that reducing into Writing their Severall Depositions you Send the
Same together with this our Commission under your or any two or three of
your hands and Seals with all Convenient Seed [sic] to us in our High Court
of Chancery Wittnesses our trusty and well beloved John Hart Esqr [350]
Capt Generall and Governour in Chief of our Province of Maryland etc. at
the City of Annapolis the first day of September in the third year of our
Dominion etc. Annoque Domini 1718
Th Bordley Vach Denton Regr in Canr
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY ss The Deposition of Thomas Addison Esqr
aged about thirty Seven years being Sworne upon the Holy evangelist
Deposeth That he was Surveyor of Prince George’s County about the
year 1696 and that he was Sent for by Mr Robert Brooke to execute a Warrant
of Resurvey that was Issued out of the Provincial Court of this Province to
Resurvey a Tract of land called Amptill Grange that they r[a]n the lines of
that Tract and Essington, that the lines then took some of one Robert Ander-
sons Improvements and Buildings into Amptill Grange that Some Small time
after there was another Resurvey of the said lands; and that the Deponent
came the night before the Resurvey was to be made to Mr Robt Tylers in ordr
to be near the place; that Mr Tyler as soon as he came there told the Deponent
that Robert Anderson had been down in Calvert County and had got on [sic]
Robert Hobbs who he Said was at the first Survey of Edlington [sic] and that
Hobbs had been out in the Woods with himself and others and given them
Such proof to the last tree of Edlington [sic] and the first of Amptill Grange
that he believed was Sufficient to convince every one that Mr Brooke had
been always in the Wrong as to the bounds of his land telling him the De-
ponent, Severall Circumstances of Said Hobbs remembrance of the grounds
and place of the Trees standing which he the Deponent Very much Won-
dered at considering that it was So long then Since the land was first Sur-
veyed on which Mr Tyler told him the Deponent if he had not been with
them and See that they took care not to lead but follow the said Hobbs to
the place he coud never have thought the place coud have been So fresh in
his memory that this Deponent was after this Communication with Tyler
the next day with the Jury Sherriff and Severall others on the resurvey of
the said land that he then heard Hobbs give his evidence in Words to this
purpose which was that he was [351] with Mr Charles Boteler the Surveyor
when he first laid out Eslington that when they had run the Courses and
distances thereof which brought them to this place Says he where we now
are Mr Boteler Sat down to put up his Instruments and ordered me tu go
down to River and see how farr it was which I did and because I would not
be pusseled to find my way back I carried a hatchett and Marked Some trees
as I went and when I came near the River, it was to a Bank where there was
Some Ivy and out of one of the Bushes their grew a Dogwood which I leaned
over or agt to See which way the River bore and before I went back I marked
a Hiccory which Stood near the Dog wood and Ivy when the Deponent
Hobbs had done delivering his Evidence in this manner he went down to
the River and Shew’d So many of the Jury and others as would gooe with
him amongst which the Deponent was one all these things that he had
mention’d in his Deposition and also Declared on his oath that Mr Botteler
asked him at his returne which way the River bore the Deponent Hobbs
told him to the Westward or right had on which the said Mr Boteler told him
it was well enough for then the given line wou’d Soon Strike the River and
bid him the said Hobbs bound that tree which he did which Hobbs Swore
was either that very tree at which he was then Sworne or Stood within ten
or fifteen yards of that place This evidence of Hobbs and all its Circum-
stances So convinced the Jury and all then present that they there began
Immediatly and laid out Mr Roger Brooke’s land called Amptill Grange and
Mr Brooke then agreed the Suit he had commenced agt Anderson and to the
best of my remembrance paid Some or all of the said Andersons Cost of said
Suit and further the Deponent Saith not
Tho Addison
In obedience to a Commission out of the high Court of Chancery Di-
rected to Thomas Clegatt Docf Patrick Hepburn James Stoddert and James
Haddock or any two or three of us as Commissioners to Examine Evidences
in a Certain Cause Depending in the Said Court between Thomas Wells
Comp” and Charles Carroll Esqr Deft wee have this day Examined the
Honble Colo Thomas Addison [352] on his Corporall oath by us duely ad-
ministred touching his knowledge in Relation to the Cause afd who De-
clared the above deposition to be the Sume and Substance of wt accur’d [sic]
to his memory touching the Same. In testimony whereof wee have hereunto
Sett our hands and Seals the 15th day of September 1718.
James Stoddert [S]
Ja: Haddock [S]
Interrogatharyes Put by the Defendn to the Honble Coll. Thomas Ad-
dison in the Cause Depending in the high Court of Chancery between
Thomas Wells Comp” and Charles Carroll Esqr Defendant
ist. Whether Hobs was sworne by Virtue of any Commission out of
Chancery in perpetuam rei Memoriam.
2d Whether the then Propry of Enfield Chase ware by at that time and
if they weare whether they Cross interrogated Hobbs.
3d How far from the River did the tree Stand whereat Hobbs pre-
tended Evidence referrs to.
4th How Come Essington to be extended abl 300 pces from the place
where Hobbs swore to, to a place in patuxent at the Distance afd
5th Whether by the Evidence of Hobbs, there are not diverse Courses
more especially one of about 300 perches more then pa” of Amptill Grange
expresses, added to it as a Consequence of the sd Hobbs evidence
ist Answer. Hobbs was then Sworne and Emained [sic] By a Jury that
was Commanded By a precept of the Provincial Court to Resurvey the land
called Amptill Grange. But whether he was ever examined by a Commis-
sion out of Chancery or no I know not.
2d Answer Enfield Chace was not the thing then in dispute, nor doe I
remember any person being there that Said any thing of it at that time,
the then dispute was in the Provincial Court Between Mr Roger Brooke the
owner of Amptill Grange and one Anderson that lived on a part of the
Tract called Essington.
3d Answer I do not Remember that ever I measured the Distance Be-
tween the tree that Hobbs Swore to and the River but to the best of my
memory and Judgment it is about two hundred yards from the said tree to
the Banke Where Hobbs Swore he marked the Hickory which I took to be
just above the River.
4th Answer I do not Justly remember the reason for running the lines
[353] of Essington past the tree That Hobbs Swore to till it Struck the
River: But do believe it was done before Hobbs proved the Tree Because
that when he had been Sworn every one Seemed to be fully convinced and
all the lands Depending on that tree was Esteemed to be Governed by it on
his oath, and so continued to do while I was acquainted in the place which
was Severall years
5th Answer Some time aft Hobbs had made proof to the said Tree (But
how long I cannot remember) Mr Roger Brooke procured a Warrant from
his Lordships land office to Resurvey Amptill Grange which I did as Sur-
veyor \Vcc began at the tree that Hobbs proved and So ran the Course and
Distance I think of the first and second lines. The third I think was ex-
tended further then the Pattent expressed to Reach Patuxent River And
then to the best of my remembrance we ran the Severall Meanders of the
River till we came to the place were Essingtons last line had been Run to
the River and So back to the first Tree, which Hobbs had proved, this I be-
lieve we did because Amptill Grange was Said to bend with the River
September the 19th 1718 Tho Addison
The above are the Severall answers to the foregoing Interrogatorys made
by the Honrble Coto Thos Addisson upon his Corporall oath by us duly ad-
ministred to him Given under our hands and Seals
James Stoddert [Seale]
Ja Haddock [Seale]
In obedience to a Commission out of his Lordships high Court of
Chancery bearing date the first day of September Anno Dom 1718 directed
to Thos Clagott Dr Patrick Hepburne James Stoddert and James Haddock
or any two or three of them to examine evidences in a certain cause depend-
ing on the sd Court, between Thos Wells Junr Complainant and Charles
Carroll Esqr defendant, we have this day examined Robert Tylor Gent and
John Pottenger planter, on their Corporall oaths by us Duly administred,
touching their knowledge in relation to the cause aforesaid who declared the
following Depositions hereunto annexed to be the Sume and Substance of
what accrued to their memories touching the same in testimony where of we
have [354] here unto Set our hands and Seals this twentyth day of September
Anno Dom 1718
Tho Clagett [Seale]
Patrick Hepburn [Seale]
Ja Haddock [Seale]
PRINCE GEORGES Co ss The Deposition of Robert Taylor aged forty
Seven years on twelfth day next The Deponent Declares on oath That above
twenty five years agoe he applyed himself to one Rofr Anderson to show him
the bounds of a Tract of land called Essington the said Anderson replyed he
coud shew all the bounded trees of the said Tract; the Deponent asked the
said Anderson if they were all alive and Standing the said Anderson an-
swered yes except the last bounded tree and that was either dead or a dying
for there was an Eagle built in it which had caused it to dye as he believed
but the said Anderson went wth the Deponent to the above Said Trees and
Shewed him a bounded tree Standing on the North Side of a Deep branch
that runs into Patuxent river it being then Standing and a fair bounded
tree and some part of the Nest as the said Anderson had told the Deponent
up in the Tree and in the Stump upon which the said Tree then Stood there
is now a plumb tree growing in the room of a pear tree which was ordered
by a Jury of resurvey to be planted in the Sd Stump which was brought by
Mr Robert Anderson agt Mr Roger Brook the Deponent asked the said An-
derson how he came by this knowledge of the Tree he answered Truman
Beall Shewed it him and told him that was the last bounded tree of Essington
in a Short time after there happened a Dispute between the said Anderson
and the Deponent about a parcell of land which the Deponent then took up
near the last bounded tree of Essington about nineteen or twenty years agoe
the said Anderson desired the Deponent to give on [sic] Robert Hobbs of
Calvert County his oath touching his knowledge of the last bounded tree of
Essington which the Deponent did and the above sd Hobbs Declared that he
was with Charles Boteler at the first laying out of the abovest Tract of land
and Carried the chain and See all the trees bounded but could Swear to none
but the first and the last and then he knew by the remarkable places they
Stood in and the sd Hobbs went to the above said white oak and laid his hand
on it and Declared on oath that he [355] bounded the abovesaid Tree for the
last bounded Tree of Essington on one within ten foot or ten yards of the
Same place he knowing it by a glayd and Some trees he had Marked by it to
know it again and Some Marked trees which the sd Hobbs had taken Notice
of one by the River Side. To witt a Dogwood at the Root of which grew
out an Ivy bush that he leaned agt when Charles Boteler Sent him to see how
farr the River was off when he returned he told the Said Boteler he had Seen
the River and that it was not farr off the said Boteler asked the said Hobbs
which way the River run he told him to the right hand vipon which the said
Boteler ordered the said Hobbs to bound the above said Tree which accord-
ingly the said Hobbs did whilst the said Boteler made up his Instruments
and the Deponent asked the said Hobbs upon his oath how came Charles
Boteler to bind up the last tree So farr from the River Seeing the Certificate
Sd the tree Stood by the River the Said Hobbs answered he asked Charles
Buttler the Same question and the Said Buttler Answered it was no matter
but bid him bind that tree for he knew by the banks and the Soon hitt the
River and the Dep” Asked the Said Hobbs if the Said Buttler did not Come
up the next day or in a fore days after and bounded another tree nearer the
river the Said Hobbs answered no for the Said Buttler made up his Instru-
ments at the tree and went to his boat and went home and Come no more
aSurveying in those parts that year and the Depo further Declares if he heard
the Said Hobbs renew the Said Words upon his Oath before a Jury when
Mr Thomas Addison was a Surveyor and Mr Thos Greenfield Senr Sheriff and
this Dep” further Says that abl twenty years ago he Saw that bounded white
oak or one Very near it Sworn to by Mr Clement Hill and Abraham Clark
wch was bounded by order of the Jury upon Andersons resurvey to prove
the beginning tree of amptill grange for Mr Roger Brooke at the Same time
the Depo Asked Robt Anderson whether there was any other tree bounded
nearer the River for the last tree of Essington that he knew of [356] besides
the tree Sworn to by Hobbs and he answerd no Except abounded white oak
that Collo Beall bounded for the Said Anderson when he laid him out a per-
cell of land out of the Said Essington upon the bank Side near Larkin’s wad-
ing place and the Depo further Declares that Col. Beall Swore to the Same
Jury that Charles Bottler abovesaid told him the Said Beall the Same Tree
Sworn to by Hobbs was the last tree of Essington and at the Same time
George Burgess of Ann Arundell County Swore the Same as Collo Beall had
done to the Same Jury tho he had been Shewn the Same Tree for the last
three of Essington.
Robert Tyler
Intorogatories put by the Deft to Robert Tyler Gent in the Cause De-
pending in the high Court of Chancery between Thomas Wells Complt and
Charles Carroll Esqr Defendant.
\et Whether Hobbs was sworn by any Commission out of Chancery.
2d Whether the then propretors of Enfield Chace where by at that
time and if they were whether they Cross questioned Hobbs.
3d how far from the River did the tree Stand wch Hobbs pretended to
prove.
4. How Came Assington to be Extended aboutc juu pciches from the
place where Hobbs Swore to, to a place in patuxent at the distance aforesaid.
5th whether by the Evidence of Hobbs there are not Diverse Courses
more Especially one of abl 300 perches more then the patent of Amptill
Grange Expresses as a Consequence of the Said Hobbs his Evidence.
1st Answer he Cant tell but he believes it was by a warrent of resurvey
out of the provinciall Court.
2d He Cant tell.
3d He believes from the tree to the pacoson [sic] may be about forty
perches but into the River above Sixty leaving the Course of the patent.
4CU he asked the Same Question of Robt Hobbs who answerd that
Bottler the Surveyor told the Said Hobbs he beleived the Course Mentioned
in the Certificate would Soon Strike the river.
5th He Knows nothing of it not being present at the first Survey of
Amptill Grange otherwise then what he heard at the Resurvey.
Robt Tyler
[357] Prince Georges County
September the 2Oth 1718
The above are the Severall Answers to the foregoing Interogatories by
Rob( Tyler Gent, upon his Corporall oath by us duely administred to him
Given under our hands and Seals.
Thomas Clagett [S]
Patrick Hepburn [S]
James Haddock [S]
PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY ss John Pottinger Senr of the Said County
planter aged fifty Eight years or there abouts being Sworn upon the Holy
Evangelists that in the time of Mr Thomas Greenfield Senr being Sheriff of
the Said County he was Summoned upon a Jury for Resurveying a Tract of
Land Called Amptill Grange to a Certain the bounds of the Said Land and
one Thoa Hobbs of Calvert County being brought to prove the Same upon
oath Ca[rr]ied unto the Stump of a fallen Tree where the plumb Tree now
Stands and Swore that he was with Charles Buttler then Surveyor of the
County when he ordered him to bound a white oak then Standing where that
Stump was for the last bounded tree of Essington and the first bounded tree
of Amptill Grange and Said Hobbs being asked how the Said tree Cou’d be
Said to be by the River Side at the distance he Said that at Said Buttlers de-
sire he went down to the river and Marked the trees in his way and at his
return told the Said Buttler that the river was but a little way of and Said
Buttler ordered him to bind the Said White oak as above for the given line
wou’d Soon Strike the river and at the Same time Coil. Beall Swore to the
Same Jury that Sometime before Buttler the Surveyor had told him the Said
Beall that the Said White oak was the first bounded tree of Amptill Grange
and further this depo Saith not. John B Pottenger
MARYLAND ss. Charles Absolute Lord and Propry of the Provinces of
Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltemore etc. To Majr Josiah Willson
Capt Thos Clegatt and Doctr Patrick Hepburn of Prince George’s County
Gent Greeting know ye that we have appointed you or any two of you our
Coin’s to examine Evidences touching the Bounds of a tract of land lying in
your County called Amptill Grange two of you are therefore by vertue of this
our Commission Authorized and Impowered at Such time and place as to you
[358] or any two of you Shall Seem meet to call and cause to come before
you or any two of you all Such evidences as Shall be to you or any two of
you Nominated and produced by Thomas Wells Junr of the aforesaid County
Gent and that you or any two of you Examine them and every of them on
their Corporall oaths to be by you or any two of you Administred on the
Holy Evangelist touching their Knowledge and remembrance in the prem-
isses and that you or any two of you Send the Substance of their Severall
Depositions in Writing Closed under hands and Seales together with this
our Commission to us in our high Court of Chancery wth all Convenient
Speed there to be recorded in perpetuam rei memoriam Wittness our Trusty
and well beloved John Hart Esqr Capt Genrtt and Governour in Chief of
our Province of Maryland and Territorys thereunto belonging at the City
of Annapolis the third day of Janry in the second year of our Dominion in
and over the said Province etc. Anno Dom 1716
Tho Bordley Jno Beard Regr
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY ss Robert Tyler of the sd County Gentle-
man ag’d about forty five years being Sworn upon the Holy Evangelist Sayth
That about twenty five years agoe he applyed himself to one Robert Ander-
son to shew him the bounds of a Tract of land call’d Essington who replyed
he could Shew all the bounded Trees of the said Tract which were all alive
and Standing except the last and that was either dead or dying by an Eagles
building in it which he believed had made it dye but the said Anderson went
with the Deponent to the said Tree and Shewed him a bounded tree Stand-
ing on the North Side of a Deep branch Running into Patuxent River it
being then Standing and [a] fair bounded tree with Some part of a Nest upon
it as the Said Anderson had told the Deponent and in the Stump upon wch
the Said Tree then Stood there is now a Plumb three growing in the room
of a Pear Tree ordered to be planted in the Said Stump by a Jury of Resurvey
brought by Said Anderson against Mr Roger Brooke and the Depo asking
Said Anderson how he Came by his Knowledge of the Said Tree he answer’d
Ninian Beall had Shew’d it him and told him twas the last bounded tree of
Essington but in Some time after there Happening a Dispute between the
Said Anderson and the Depo about a percell of Land the Depo had taken
then (aboute Nineteen or twenty years ago) near the last bounded tree
of Eslington the Said [359] Anderson desir’d the Depo to Swear one Robt
Hobbs of Calvert County touching the last bounded Tree of Essington who
Declar’d upon his oath that he was with Charles Boteler then Surveyor at
the first laying out of Essington and carrying the Chain Saw all the trees
bounded but Could Swear to none except the first and Last of them wcn he
Knew by the remarkable places they Stood in and the Said Hobbs went to
the Said Bounded tree wch was a white oak and laid his hand on it and de-
clar’d upon his oath that he bounded the Said tree for the last bounded tree
of Essington or one within ten foot or ten yards of the Same place which he
knew by a Glayd and Some Trees he had markd to know it by again and like-
wise Some mark’d Trees wch the Said Hobbs had taken Notice of by the River
Side (to witt) a Doggwood at the root of wcn grew out an Ivy bush that he
leaned again when Charles Boteler Sent him to See how far the River was
off and at his return he told the Said Boteler that he had Seen the River wch
was not far off and Botteler Asking him wcn way the River runs Hobbs told
him to the Right hand upon wch the Said Boteler ordered the Said Hobbs to
bind the afd Tree wch he the Said Hobbs did while the Said Boteler made
up his Instruments the Depo asking Hobbs upon his oath why Charles Boteler
bounded the last tree So farr from the river Seeing the Certificate Said the
Tree Stood by the River Hobbs Answered that he ask’d Charles Boteler the
Same Question and Boteler Answered him twas no Matter but bid him bind
that Tree for he knew by the banks and the length of the line they had come
down that the Same Course wou’d Soon hitt the River and the Depo Asking
Hobbs if Said Boteler did not come again the next day or some few days
after and bounded another tree nearer the River Hobbs answered no for the
sd Botoler made up his Instruments at the sd tree and went to his boat and
went home and come no more a Surveying in these parts that year and the
deponent further Declares that he heard the said Hobbs afterwards renew
the Same Words upon his oath before a Jury when Mr Thos Addison was
Surveyr and Mr ThoB Greenfield Senr Sherr. [360] and this Deponent further
Sayth That about twenty years agoe the bounded white oak or one very near
it Sworne to by Mr Clement hill and Abraham Clerk which was bounded
by ordr of the Jury upon Anderson’s resurvey to prove the begining tree of
Amptill Grange for Mr Roger Brooke and at the Same time this Deponent
asked Robert Anderson whether there was any other tree or not bounded
nearer the River for the last tree of Essington that he kew of and he an-
swered no except a bounded white oak to Coll Beall bounded for the Said
Anderson when he laid him out a parcell of land out of the said Essington
upon the Bank Side near Larkin’s Weading place and further Saith not
Sworne before us
Thos Clagett: Patrick Hepburn
March 5th 1716
PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY ss. Roger Brooke of the Said County Gent
aged about forty four years being Sworn upon the Holy Evangelists Saith
that he was possess’d of a Tract of Land Called Amptill Grange and dispos’d
of his Right to one John Boyd by a Speciall Warrantee but before the Depo
Sold the Said Land he went to one Robt Anderson to Enquire if he could
Shew him the bounds of the Said Amptill Grange who told the Depo that he
could Shew him the first tree wch was a white oak but a fair bounded tree
wch an Eagle had built in and he believ’d had kill’d the tree and Anderson
Shew’d the Dep” the Said Tree wch Did Stand in the Same place where the
plumb tree now Stands the Depo Asking Anderson how he knew the tree
to be the first Amptill Grange he answered that Coll. Beall told him Charles
Boteler who was then Surveyor and took up the Said Land) Saw that was the
tree but afterwards there arising a Dispute between the Deponent and Said
Anderson abl the bounds of Said Amptill Grange the Depo brought an
Ejectment against the Said Anderson and a Jury was ordered to Assert the
bounds wch Jury wou’d not allow the Said White oak to be the first tree of
Amptill Grange wth out better proof because the Said tree Stood not Close on
the River Side So the Jury — and — Sheriff made return to the Provinciall
Court that the Said Anderson was a trespasser ——— in the Said Amptill
Grange and the Deponent Expected to have A Judgment upon the Said Re-
turn but before the Provinciall Court the Said Anderson heard of one Robert
Hobbs who Could prove the aforesaid white oak where the plumb tree now
[361] Stands and petitioned the Judgments might be Delay’d and that he
might have a Jury to Examine Evidences wch was granted and the Second Jury
was brought before when the Said Hobbs did Swear that he was with Charles
Boteler at the taking up of Essington who ordered him to bound the Said
White oak for the last tree of Essington and Swore he then bounded that
Very tree or another wth in ten yards of it for the last bounded Tree of Essing-
ton and Shew’d the Jury Such other Slip’d and Notched Trees which the
Said Hobbs did swear he Slip’d and mark’d at the taking up the Said Land
that the Jury thought it Sufficient proof for the bounds of the Said Amptill
Grange and further this Depo that he did endeavour to put by the Hobbs’s
oath by offering that it was above twenty year[s] before and the Place then
not Seated and ask’d how Hobbs cou’d now find the Said white oak who
answer’d that he cou’d not be mistaken and going down to the bank of the
River with Some of the Jury and Severall others Shew’d them the tree he
lean’d against upon the bank Side to See the River wch Some of them that
went to See the place told me was a Doggwood and an Ivy bush grew out of
the root of it and Likewise that a Hiccory Stood Just by wch he notch’d when
Mr Boteler Sent him to the River to See how the River bore and Severall
Slip’d Trees wch he Slip’d at that time either going to or Returning from
the River woh he Saw to the Right hand and further the Dep” Saith not.
Sworn before us.
Thomas Clagatt.
Patrick Hepburn
March 5th 1716
PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY ss. Hugh Riley of the Said County Planter
aged about Sixty four years being Sworn upon the Holy Evangelists Saith that
about twenty years ago being Summoned upon a Jury of Resurvey by Robt
Anderson to Assert for Mr Roger Brooke the bounds of Amptill Grange the
Said Robert Anderson brought one Robert Hobbs out of Calvert County
who was with Charles Boteler the Surveyor at the first Survey of Amptill
Grange the Said Robt Hobbs did Swear before the Jury that he bounded
that white oak which he then brought us of the Jury) by the order [362]
of Charles Boteler for the last bounded tree of Essington and the begining
Tree of Amptill Grange but the tree being down at the time we of the Jury
Saw not the Notches and the Tree being burnt and roting we ordered that
a pear tree Should be planted in the Stump of it and the Plumb tree that
is now standing growing is in the Stump of the Same tree that the said
Hobbs Swore to before us of the Jury and the Deponent further Saith That
about twenty years agoe he saw the bounded White Oak Sworne to by Mr
Clement Hill and Abraham Clark which was bounded by order of the Jury
upon Andersons resurvey to prove the begining tree of Amptill Grange for
Mr Roger Brooke and further the Deponent Saith not Sworne before us
Tho Clagatt
Patrick Hepburn
March 5th 1716
PRINCE GEORGE’S Co: ss: John Pottinger Senr planter aged about fifty
Six years being Sworne upon the holy Evangelists Saith That in the time of
Mr Thos Greenfield Senr’s being Sher of the said County the Deponent was
Summoned upon a Jury for Resurveying a Tract of land called Amptill
Grange to ascertain the bounds of the said Land and one Thos Hobbs of
Calvert County being brought to prove the same upon his oath carried
them to the Stump of a fallen tree where the Plumb tree now Stands And
Swore that he was with Charles Boteler then Surveyr of the County when he
order’d him to bound a White Oak then standing over that Stump for the
last bounded tree of Essington and the first bounded tree of Amptill Grange
and Said Hobbs being ask’d how the Said Tree cou’d be Said to be by the
River Side at that Distance he Answer’d that at the said Botelers desire he
went down to the River and mark’d the trees in his way and at his return
told the st Boteler that the River was but a little way off and Said Boteler
order’d him to bind the said White oak as above for the Given line wou’d
Soon Strick the river and furthe the Deponent Saith not. Sworne before us
Tho Claggett
Patrick Hepburn
PRINCE GEO: Co: ss: — March 9th 1716 — The Honrble Thos Addison
of the said County being Sworne upon the Holy Evangelists Deposeth that
he being Surveyor of the Said County about the year 1696 Was Sent for
by Mr Roger Brooke to execute a Warrant of Resurvey that had been issued
out of the Provincial Court of this Province to resurvey a Tract of land
called Amptill Grange and having run the lines of said Tract and Essington
the lines them took Some of one Andersons Improvements and buildings into
Amptill Grange that Some Small time after There was [363] another Re-
survey on the said Lands and the Deponent Came the night before the resur-
vey was to be made to Mr Robt Tylers in ordr to be near the place that as
Soon’s he came there Sd Tyler told the Deponent That Robert Anderson
had been down in Calvt County and had found one Robert Hobbs who Said
he was at the first Survey of Essington and that Said Hobbs had been out in
the Woods with himself and others and had given them Such proofe to the
last tree of Essington and the first of Amptill Grange that he believ’d was
Sufficient to convince every one that Mr Brooke had been always in the
Wrong as to the bounds of his land telling the Deponent Severall circum-
stances of sd Hobb’s remembrance of the grounds and place of the trees
Standing wch the Deponent Very much Wondering at because ’twas So long
Since the land was first Surveyed upon Which Mr Taylor told the Deponent
that if he had not been with them and Seen that they took care not to lead
but follow the said Hobbs to the place he cou’d never have thought the
place cou’d have been So fresh in his memory That the Deponent was after
this Communication wth Mr Tyler the next Day with the Jury and Sherriff
and Severall others on the Resurvey of the said land that he then heard Sd
Hobbs give his evidence in Words to this purpose that he was wth Mr Charles
Boteler the Surveyor when he first laid out Essington that when they had
run the Courses and distances thereof they came to this place Said he where
we now are and Mr Boteler Sitting down to put up his Instruments Sent me
down to the River to See how farr ’twas off which I did and because I wou’d
not be puzled to find my way back I carried a Hatchett and markt Some
trees as I went and when I came near the River ’twas a Bank where there
was Some Ivy and out of one of the Said Ivy bushes grew a Doggwood which
I lean’d over or against to See which way the River Bore and before I went
back I markt a Hiccory which stood near the Doggwood and Ivy and when
the sd Hobbs had done delivering his evidence in this manner he went down
to the River and Shew’d as many of the Jury and others as wou’d goe with
him (of whom the Deponent was one) all these things that he had men-
tion’d in his Deposition and also [364] Declared upon his oath That Mr
Boteler asking him of his return which way the River borne Hobbs told him
to the West ward or right hand on which sd Boteler told him ’twas well Enow
for then the Given line would Soon Strike the River and bid Said Hobbs
bound that tree which he did and Sd Hobbs Swore ’twas either that very tree
at which he was then Sworne or Stood within ten or fifteen yards of that place
This evidence of Hobbs with all it’s Circumstances So convinc’d the Jury
and all then present that they there began Immediatly and laid out Mr Roger
Brook’s land called Amptill Grange and Mr Brooke then agreed the Suit
which he had Commenced agt Anderson and to the best of the Deponents
remembrance paid Some or all of the Sd Anderson’s Cost of Said Suit and
further the Deponent Saith not. Sworn before us.
Tho Clagett
Patrick Hepburn
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Hallowes in Lancashire England recs

Burial: 15 Sep 1582 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallowes –
Occupation: servannte to Adam Massye
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 11 Nov 1582 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
? Hallowes – [Child] of __ome Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 17? Mar? 1582/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rici Hallo[wes] – filius Thome Hallo[wes]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 30 Apr 1583 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Thomas Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20? Oct 1583 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ester Hallowes – filia Hugoni Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Nov 1583 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rauffe Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 38
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 15 Dec 1583 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jacobi Hallowes – filius Jacobi Earnshawe & Alice Hallowes
Abode: both of Yorkshire
Notes: b+ [in margin. Full entry reads:]Jacobi filius Jacobi Earnshawe & Alice
Hallowes both of Yorkshire & the sayde Alice dyd lye at the howse of vx[or] of James
Collinge in Butterworthe ‘she hathe done’ [deleted] her penanc[e]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Feb 1583/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabethe Hallowes – filia Rici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Mar 1583/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabeth Hallowes – filia Jacobi Hallowes
Notes: [Father’s name corrected from Gerard]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Apr 1584 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Margerie Hallowes – filia Rici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Jun 1584 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmunde Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 13? Sep 1584 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randulphi Coocrofte – filius Rauffe Hallowes, reputed father & Margaret Coocrofte
Notes: b[in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Apr 1585 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 31 Oct 1585 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 116
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 31 Oct 1585 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Pricilla Hallowes – filia Randulphi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Jan 1585/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabethe Hallowes – filia Rici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Jan 1585/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
[M]argerie Hallowes – filia Johis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 30 Jan 1585/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 127
Source: Original Register
Burial: 15 Feb 1585/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallos – [Child] of Hughe Hallos
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 11 Apr 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Brearton – filius John Hallowes, reputed father & Anne Brearton
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 11 Apr 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabethe Wolffenden – filia Jacobi Hallowes & Kateren Wolffenden
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Jul 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hollowes – [Child] of Thomas Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Aug 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ester Hallowes – filia Jacobi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Aug 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abrahame Hallowes – filius Radi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Sep 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Eme Hallowes – filia Thomas Hallowes
Notes: [Child’s name Edmunde deleted and corrected]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Oct 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Michaell Hallowes – filius Rici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Oct 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ephan Hallowes – filia Abrahame Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Dec 1586 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Edwarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 19 Feb 1586/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hallowes – filia Robt Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 5 Mar 1586/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – filius Johis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 16 Apr 1587 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Johis Hallowes – filius Johis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 23 Apr 1587 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edwarde Hallowes – filius Randulphi Hallowes
Notes: J [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Dec 1587 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
relic[t] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Charles Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Jan 1587/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Hughe Hallowes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Jan 1587/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
relict Hallowes – [Spouse] of Arthure Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 19 Feb 1587/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollowes –
Elizabeth –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 196
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 17 Mar 1587/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallowes – filia Edward Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 Apr 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Jun 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hollowes – [Child] of Edwarde Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Aug 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Anne Hollawes – filia Rici Hollawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Nov 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallowes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 24 Nov 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edwarde Hallowes – filius Edmund Lorde & Jane Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Dec 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallowes – filia Ric Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 22 Dec 1588 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rauffe Hallowes –
Jane –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 227
Source: Original Register

Burial: 12 Jan 1588/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 25 May 1589 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollawes – filius Robte Hollawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Jun 1589 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 Jun 1589 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Issabell Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 22 Jun 1589 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edwarde Hallowes – filius John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 1 Sep 1589 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Robte Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 9 Nov 1589 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robte. Hallowes –
Elizabeth –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 269
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 12 Apr 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judithe Hallowes – filia Abrahame Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Apr 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallowes – filia Ric Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Jun 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 14 Jun 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Margaret Hallowes – filia John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 12 Jul 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hollowes – filius James Stotte & Jane Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Aug 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Deborah Hallowes – filia Robt Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Nov 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judithe Hallowes – filia Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Dec 1590 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abrahame Hallowes –
Margret –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 313
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 14 Feb 1590/91 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniell Hallowes –
Alice –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 319
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 28 Nov 1591 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – filius Nicholas Moreleye & Elsabethe Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 19 Dec 1591 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes – filius Samvell Briggs & Emerie Hallowes
Abode: [par]ochie de Mydelton
Notes: b [In margin, Father’s abode given]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Apr 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallowes – filius Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Apr 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hallowes – filius Robt Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 Jun 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia John Kyrshawe & Elsabethe Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin.Altered format has some deletions]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 3 Sep 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Calibb Hallowes – filius John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 8 Oct 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallowes – filia Robt Peareson & Elsabethe Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Oct 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Oct 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Hollawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 422
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 19 Nov 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rebecca Halloes – filia Georgij Halloes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 Nov 1592 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Emerie Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Jan 1592/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallowes – filia Richarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 May 1593 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabethe Hollowes – filia Daniell Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Oct 1593 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraha[m] Hallowes – filius Rici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Dec 1593 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Dec 1593 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Dorithie Hallowes – filia Robt Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 28 Jan 1593/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes – filia [sic] John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 3 Mar 1593/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samvell Hallowes – filius John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 19 May 1594 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 510
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 11 Aug 1594 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Hallowes – filius Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Sep 1594 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hill – filia Josua Hallowes & Issabell Hill
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Sep 1594 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmunde Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 533
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 9 Feb 1594/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Josua Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 548
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 30 Mar 1595 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hullawe – doughter of John Hullawe
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 95
Source: Private Transcription

Burial: 12 May 1595 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willme Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 May 1595 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallowes – filia James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Jul 1595 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes – filius Edmunde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 6 Sep 1595 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 23 Nov 1595 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia Robt Briggs & Ffrances Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Feb 1595/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rauffe Hallowes – filius Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 Feb 1595/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Apr 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallowes – filia Robt Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 May 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Rauffe Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 20 Jun 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 18 Jul 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randall Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 626
Source: Original Register
Burial: 25 Jul 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Sep 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 Oct 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallowes – filius Robt Briggs & Alice Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Oct 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt Hallowes – filius Richarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 30 Nov 1596 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 9 Jan 1596/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallowes – filia John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 20 Feb 1596/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallowes – filia Richarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 9 Mar 1596/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 3? Apr 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallowes? –
Notes: [Data missing from torn corner and format muddled. Legible part reads:]Edmund
filius [ filius deleted] Hallowes filius [at least one word follows]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3? Apr 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Margarett Hallowes – filia Josua Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 May 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willm Hallowes – filius George Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 29 Jul 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 30 Oct 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Edwarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 3 Nov 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richarde Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Nov 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Dec 1597 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Robt Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Jan 1597/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Willm Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Jan 1597/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 6 Feb 1597/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 13 Feb 1597/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 22 Mar 1597/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Aug 1598 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 29 Aug 1598 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Sep 1598 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 3 Nov 1598 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmunde Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 696
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 10 Dec 1598 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 707
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 18 Feb 1598/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmunde Hallowes – filius Robti Beighmett? & Alice Hallowes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Feb 1598/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabethe Hallowes – filia Jacobi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 May 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Precilla Hallowes – filia Robti Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 3 Jul 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 5 Aug 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robte Hallowes – filius Robti Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 7 Aug 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 743
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 13 Aug 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 744
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 11 Nov 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallowes – filia Charles Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Dec 1599 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Hallowes – filius Edmundi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 Jan 1599/600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Bernard Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 29 Jan 1599/600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abrahame Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1582 – 1600, Entry 772
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 17 Feb 1599/600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia Josua Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 May 1600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 May 1600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rauffe Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Jul 1600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richarde Bothomeley – filius John Hallowes & Marie Bothomeley
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Jul 1600 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abrahame Hallowes – filius Abrahami Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 2 Jan 1600/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 3 Jan 1600/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Warde – filius Jacobi Hallowes & Grace Warde
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 8 Feb 1600/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes – filius John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 28 Feb 1600/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Charles Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Jul 1601 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hullowes – filius Charoli Hullowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 6 Sep 1601 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia Ra[n]dall Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 6 Sep 1601 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Margarett Hallowes – filia Robti Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Nov 1601 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abrahame Hallowes – filius Robti Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Dec 1601 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 32
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 4 Jul 1602 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes – filius Edwardi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 Jul 1602 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Abrahame Hallowes –
Occupation: souldier
Source: Private Transcription

Burial: 7 Sep 1602 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Henrie Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 24 Jan 1602/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallowes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 75
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 13 Feb 1602/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – filius Edmundi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Feb 1602/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Warde – filius John Hallowes, reputed & Anne Warde
Abode: lyinge at Windybanke
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Feb 1602/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes – filius Caroli Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 13 Mar 1602/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniell Hallowes – filius Abrahami Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Mar 1602/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ester Hallowes – filia Josua Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 7 Aug 1603 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Chadwicke – filius Arthuri Hallowes & Alice Chadwicke
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Nov 1603 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallawes – filius Johis Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 1 Jan 1603/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Apr 1604 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judith Hallowes – filia Randall Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 May 1604 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Edmundi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 8 Jul 1604 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes – filius Henrici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 21 Oct 1604 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallawes – filia Johis Scolfelde & Margeri Hallawes
Notes: [Something has been deleted in the margin, possibly b.]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 May 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 197
Source: Original Register
Burial: 22 May 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Abrahame Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Jun 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallawes – filia Edmundi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Jul 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes – filius Robti Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Oct 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Isabell Hallawes – filia Charoli Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Dec 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Buckley – filius Richardi Hallawes & Margerie Buckley
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 16 Dec 1605 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 234
Source: Original Register

Burial: 4 Feb 1605/6 St Peter, Bolton, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Abode: Boulton
Register: Burials 1573 – 1632, Page 186, Entry 8
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 9 Feb 1605/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallowes – filia Edwardi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Feb 1605/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 23 Feb 1605/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 9 Mar 1605/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Isabell Hallawes – filia Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 21 Apr 1606 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 249
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 15 Jun 1606 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randall Hallawes – filius Abraham Hallawes
Notes: [Waterwheel symbol in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 7 Sep 1606 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hallawes – filia Robti Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 7 Dec 1606 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Henrie Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 24 Dec 1606 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Feb 1606/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Anthonie Healey – filius Arthure Hallawes & Suzan Healey
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 8 Feb 1606/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes – filius John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 8 Feb 1606/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Pricilla Hallawes – filia Randall Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Mar 1606/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rauffe Hallawes – filius Josua Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 26 Apr 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Michaell Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 308
Source: Original Register
Burial: 15 May 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rauffe Hallawes –
Notes: P [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 May 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Arthure Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Jun 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Willmi Heaten & Margerie Hallawes
Abode: de Rossendall
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 14 Jul 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthur Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 316
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 16 Aug 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Aug 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Gilbert Hallawes – filius Arthuri Hallawes
Notes: iiij [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 14 Sep 1607 All Saints, Wigan, Lancashire, England
Robarte Finche –
Elizabeth Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1594 – 1626, Page 269, Entry 1
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 22 Sep 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Bernard Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Nov 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judeth Hallawes – filia Willm Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Nov 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Nov 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Arthure Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 Dec 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 30 Dec 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Edmund Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Jan 1607/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Alice Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 24 Jan 1607/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes – filius Robti Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Feb 1607/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Abrahame Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 9 Jun 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallawes – [Spouse] of Josuah Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Sep 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Oct 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmunde Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 374
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 6 Nov 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elize Hallawes – filius Abrahami Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 6 Nov 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 19 Dec 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Robt Hallawes
Notes: iij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 22 Jan 1608/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Michaell Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 29 Jan 1608/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallawes – filius John Hallawes
Notes: iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Apr 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallawes – filius Edmundi Hallawes
Notes: iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Apr 1609 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallowes – doughter of Richard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 169
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 20 Apr 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallawes –
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Apr 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 400
Source: Original Register
Burial: 28 Apr 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Abrahame Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 May 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Robte Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 4 Jun 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hallawes – filius Charles Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 2 Jul 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Richard Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: Oct 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Henrie Hallawes
Notes: [undated . Either 7th or 8th Oct]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 24 Oct 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Henrie Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 25 Oct 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of James Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Oct 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Charles Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 26 Nov 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 434
Source: Original Register
Burial: 15 Jan 1609/10 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edmund Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Feb 1609/10 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Edward Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 29 Apr 1610 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 3 Sep 1610 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Henry Hallowes –
Elsabeth –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 469
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 7 Oct 1610 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallawes – filius Abraham Hallawes
Notes: iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Dec 1610 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 14 Apr 1611 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – sonne of Richard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 183
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 5 May 1611 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallawes – filia Robti Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Jun 1611 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Abrahami Hallawes
Notes: ij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 9 Jun 1611 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Abraham Lort – Bury
Isabell Hallowes –
Married by: Hu. Watmoughe, Rect.
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 3 Nov 1611 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthure Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Notes: S [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 Nov 1611 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Gilbt Hallawes – filius Charoli Hallawes
Notes: C iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Nov 1611 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes –
Jane –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 523
Source: Original Register
Burial: 19 Dec 1611 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Gilbt. Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 7 Jan 1611/12 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Josua Hallawes –
Anne –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 531
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 2 Feb 1611/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Halloawes – filia Henerici Halloawes
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 27 Feb 1611/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
sonne Hallawes – [Child] of Daniell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Mar 1611/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallowes – filius Edwardi Hallowes
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 Apr 1612 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
Margeria Burges – filia Johis Hallowes & Margeria Burges, Sp.
Cause of Death: Igne cremat.
Source: LDS Film 2356156

Baptism: 10 May 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabeth Hinchley – filia Johis Hallawes & Anne Hinchley
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 Jun 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 19 Jul 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Johis Hallawes
Notes: H iiij d [in margin] [Out of date sequence]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 6 Dec 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ester Hallawes – filia John Hallawes
Notes: S [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 26 Jan 1612/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes –
Notes: iij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 12 Mar 1612/3 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallowes – sonne of Richard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 195
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 18 Apr 1613 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallawes – filia Abrahami Hallawes
Notes: s iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Apr 1613 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Notes: s [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Jun 1613 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Thomas Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 29 Jun 1613 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniell Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 10 Nov 1613 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Randall Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Mar 1613/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmunde Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Mar 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 17 Jul 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthure Hallawes – filius Abrahami Hallawes
Notes: s iiijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Jul 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Child] of Richard Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 3 Sep 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt Hallawes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Buried by: George
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Sep 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Gilbt Hallawes –
Notes: H [and] N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 24 Oct 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes
Anne –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 643
Source: Original Register

Burial: 13 Dec 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Raphe Hallawes
Notes: iij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Dec 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Jan 1614/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Abraham Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Jan 1614/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt Hallawes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Feb 1614/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of James Hallawes
Notes: iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Feb 1614/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 Apr 1615 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Robte. Hallowes – sonne of Robte. Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 207
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 9 Apr 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallawes – filius Willm Hallawes
Notes: s [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Apr 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Willm Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 17 Jun 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
daughter Hallawes – [Child] of John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 23 Jul 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Abraham Hallawes
Notes: [sibling to previous and following entry]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Jul 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Raphe Hallawes – filius Abraham Hallawes
Notes: [sibling to previous entries]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Jul 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes – filius Abraham Hallawes
Notes: [sibling to following entries]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Jul 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Abrahame Hallawes
Buried by: Hey
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Aug 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Edward Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Buried by: Hey
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Aug 1615 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Nathaniel Hallowes – sonne of Rychard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 209
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 1 Sep 1615 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallowes – wife Rychard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Source: Private Transcription
Marriage: 26 Sep 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes –
Margarett –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 681
Source: Original Register
Burial: 12 Oct 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of James Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Oct 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Abraham Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Dec 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthure Hallawes – filius Abrahami Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 31 Dec 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Henrici Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 7 Jan 1615/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallawes – filius Charles Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 12 Feb 1615/6 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hallowes –
Anne Smyth –
Notes: huius [both of this parish]
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 31 Mar 1616 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willm Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Notes: [Waterwheel symbol in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 May 1616 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Robt Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Jun 1616 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
daughter Hallawes – [Child] of Josua Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 31 Oct 1616 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Daniell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Dec 1616 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Richard Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Dec 1616 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallawes – filia Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 26 Jan 1616/7 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Edmond Holte – Lees
Sara Hallowes –
Married by: Hu. Watmoughe, Rect.
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 10 Feb 1616/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hallawes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Feb 1616/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 Feb 1616/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Abrahame Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 4 Mar 1616/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 30 Mar 1617 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of John Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 20 Oct 1617 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Michaell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Dec 1617 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of James Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Jan 1617/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willm Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Mar 1617/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judith Hallawes – filia Abrahami Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 26 Jul 1618 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallawes – filia Henrici Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 17 Dec 1618 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Charles Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 31 Jan 1618/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judith Hallawes – filia Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 7 Feb 1618/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallawes – filia Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Feb 1618/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallawes – filia Rici Holte & Effan Hallawes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Mar 1619 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hallawes – filius Radi Hallawes
Notes: ijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Apr 1619 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Raphe Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Jun 1619 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Robti Lord & Alice Hallawes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 1 Aug 1619 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Thomas Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 15 Nov 1619 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes –
Jane –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Page 158, Entry 103
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 26 Mar 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallawes – filius Georgi Atkinson & Priscilla Hallawes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 11 Jun 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallawes – filia Henrici Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 13 Jun 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Abraham Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Jun 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabeth Hallawes – filia Johis Wolffenden & Alice Hallawes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Aug 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabeth Wood – filia Willmi Hallawes & Margaret Wood
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Aug 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes – filius Radi Hallawes
Notes: iiijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Sep 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes –
Isabell –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 147
Source: Original Register
Burial: 22 Oct 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Thomas Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Nov 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Nov 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Dec 1620 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Jan 1620/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Abraham Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Jan 1620/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes – filius Jacobi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Feb 1620/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judith Hallawes – filia Rici Hallawes
Notes: iijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 9 Apr 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 170
Source: Original Register

Burial: 13 Apr 1621 St Peter, Bolton, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hallowe – wife John Hallowe
Abode: Boulton
Register: Burials 1573 – 1632, Page 212, Entry 28
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 15 Apr 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Apr 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 173
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 1 May 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robte Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 178
Source: Original Register

Burial: 14 May 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 7 Jun 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
daughter Hallawes – [Child] of Charles Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 19 Jul 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 5 Aug 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Suzanna Hallawes – filia Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 17 Sep 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Dec 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallawes – filius Abrahami Hallawes
Notes: iiijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Jan 1621/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Willm Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 7 Apr 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes – filius Thomae Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 May 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Raphe Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 3 Jun 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 229
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 23 Jun 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Johis Midgley & Effan Hallawes
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 10 Aug 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 237
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 15 Sep 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes – filius Radi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Sep 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Thomas Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Oct 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Issabell Hallawes – filius [sic] Abrahami Hallawes
Notes: iiijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 22 Oct 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willm Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 243
Source: Original Register
Burial: 22 Nov 1622 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randell Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Feb 1622/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallawes – filius Rici Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 13 Mar 1622/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Samuel Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 16 Mar 1622/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 30 Mar 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Jacobi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Jul 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Jul 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robte Hallawes – filius George Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 Jul 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of James Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 31 Jul 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Michaell Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Aug 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes –
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 Aug 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willm Hallawes – filius Willm Hallawes
Notes: iiijd [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 12 Oct 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Jacobi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 18 Nov 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes –
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Nov 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Dec 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robte Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Dec 1623 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallawes –
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Jan 1623/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Randall Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Jan 1623/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallawes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Jan 1623/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Edward Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Feb 1623/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Charles Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 29 Feb 1623/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of Edward Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Mar 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallawes –
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Apr 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hallawes –
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 25 Apr 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Hallawes – filia Samuell Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 4 May 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Hughe Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 May 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of Abraham Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 May 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hallawes – filia Abrahami Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Sep 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 304
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 26 Dec 1624 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes – filius Abrahami Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Jan 1624/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Abraham Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Jan 1624/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of Abraham Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Mar 1624/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 345
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 20 Mar 1624/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edwarde Smetherst – filius Edw: Hallowes & ? Smetherst
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Mar 1624/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rebecca Hallowes – filia Ricardi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 Jun 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Aug 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Deborah Hallowes – filia Edwardi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 28 Aug 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallowes – filia Samuelis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 28 Aug 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Georgius Hallowes – filius Gulielmi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 7 Oct 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Clegg –
Gracea Hallawes –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Page 165, Entry 370
Source: Original Register

Burial: 11 Nov 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Samuell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Nov 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Deborah Hallowes – filia Danielis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Dec 1625 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Emme Hallowes – filius Radulphi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Jan 1625/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Willm Hallowes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Jan 1625/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Bradford –
Marie Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 397
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 26 Mar 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Lawrence Hallowes – filius Abrahami Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 7 May 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – filius Jacobi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 May 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
daughter Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Jul 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes – fiius Abrahami Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 24 Sep 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Marie Leas – filia Richardi Hallowes & Anne Leas
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 13 Oct 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randle Hallowes –
Judith –
Register: Marriages 1617 – 1628, Entry 435
Source: Original Register
Burial: 12 Nov 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallawes – [Child] of James Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Nov 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 24 Dec 1626 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallowes – filius Rici Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 11 Feb 1626/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabeth Hallowes – filia Samuelis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 May 1627 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallawes – filia Abrahami Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 26 Aug 1627 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallowes – filius Ranulphi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 1 Nov 1627 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallowes – [Spouse] of Robte Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Jan 1627/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallowes – filia Edwardi Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Feb 1627/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniell Hallowes – filius Danielis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Apr 1628 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of George Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 22 Feb 1628/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 28 Aug 1629 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Sara Lorde –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 72
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 13 Oct 1629 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Lightowlers –
Margreta Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 75
Source: Original Register
Burial: 15 Dec 1629 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 22 Dec 1629 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 22 Jan 1629/30 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a daughter Hallowes – [Child] of Henrie Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 6 Feb 1629/30 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallowes –
Abode: Rachdalew
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Jun 1630 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robte Hallowes –
Gracea Howerth –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 97
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 15 Nov 1630 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Soiorner –
Anna Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 116
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 12 Apr 1631 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Christopher Scott –
Alicea Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 130
Source: Original Register
Burial: 22 Apr 1631 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 11 May 1631 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Heyward –
Alicea Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 137
Source: Original Register
Burial: 1 Jun 1631 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Robte. Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Jan 1631/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Ffrauncis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 24 Sep 1632 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Judith Wylde –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 197
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 13 Nov 1632 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Brearley –
Alicia Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 207
Source: Original Register

Burial: 22 Dec 1632 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hollowes – [Child] of Sam. Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 18 Jan 1632/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of James Hallowes
Abode: Whitworth
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 Mar 1632/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 Apr 1633 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Daniell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Aug 1633 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Dec 1633 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 31 Dec 1633 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 7 Jan 1633/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Feb 1633/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Mar 1633/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Apr 1634 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Randle Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 14 Jun 1634 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Maria Ingham –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 293
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 20 Oct 1634 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Tho. Ffenton –
Alicea Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 311
Source: Original Register
Burial: 29 Oct 1634 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniell Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Oct 1634 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes –
Elizab. Tailer –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 316
Source: Original Register

Burial: 19 Apr 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 May 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 May 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Hugh Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 20 May 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Samuell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 May 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 Aug 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Aug 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Wm. Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Oct 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 3 Nov 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Randle Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Dec 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hallowes – [Child] of George Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 16 Jun 1636 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hallowes –
Alicea Pennie –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 393
Source: Original Register

Burial: 27 Aug 1636 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Nov 1636 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Ffenton –
Maria Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 412
Source: Original Register
Burial: 31 Dec 1636 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Edward Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 14 Feb 1636/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Samuell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 31 Oct 1637 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt Stott –
Maria Hollowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 468
Source: Original Register

Burial: 12 Sep 1638 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Jan 1638/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Feb 1638/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ralph Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 Feb 1638/9 All Saints, Childwall, Lancashire, England
Tabitha Hallowes – fa. Edwardi Hallowes
Register: Births & Baptisms 1610 – 1661 from transcripts held at the Liverpool Records Office, Page 10, Entry 12
Source: LDS Film 93694
Marriage: 18 Feb 1638/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallowes –
Jane Butterworth –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 524
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 25 Feb 1638/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes –
Margery Charleton –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 525
Source: Original Register

Burial: 4 Apr 1639 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hallowes – [Child] of Samuell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 5 Apr 1639 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Nathan Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Jul 1639 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Ellis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 5 Aug 1639 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallowes –
Mary Scolfeild –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 535
Source: Original Register
Burial: 4 Oct 1639 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Clement Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Feb 1639/40 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Mar 1639/40 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of Robert Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 16 Apr 1640 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Ogden –
Mary Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 564
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 21 Apr 1640 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Cropper –
Judith Hallowes –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 568
Source: Original Register
Burial: 16 Aug 1640 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Ellis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Dec 1640 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of William Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Jan 1640/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 Jan 1640/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Nov 1641 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 18 Nov 1641 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Samuell Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 25 Nov 1641 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Arthur Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Nov 1641 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallowes – [Child] of Richard Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Dec 1641 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judith Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 Dec 1641 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randall Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 Apr 1642 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallowes – filia Abraham Hallowes
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 96, Entry 17
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 Apr 1642 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Deborah Hallowes – filia Abraham Hallowes
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 96, Entry 18
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Apr 1642 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallowes –
Hellen Smith –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 17 Jul 1642 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallowes – filius Ellis Hallowes
Abode: Spotland
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 97, Entry 50
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 17 Jul 1642 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hallowes – filius Samuell Hallowes
Abode: Toadlane
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 97, Entry 51
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 23 Aug 1642 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthur Turnough –
Deborah Hallowes –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 30 Jan 1642/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Emres Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Feb 1642/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Feb 1642/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallowes – filius Richard Hallowes
Abode: Toad Lane
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 101, Entry 11
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 May 1643 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of James Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 May 1643 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of Abraham Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Aug 1643 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Nov 1643 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 19 Jan 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 Jan 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 29 Jan 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollowes – filia Samuel Hollowes
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 105, Entry 26
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 14 Feb 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Josua Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Mar 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Notes: C. [following surname]
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 105, Entry 44
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 4 Mar 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 10 Mar 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Robt. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 Mar 1643/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 14 May 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Whitworth –
Deborah Hollows –
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 2 Jun 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows – filius Randall Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 106, Entry 39
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Jun 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows – filius Samuel Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 106, Entry 38
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 24 Jun 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Randall Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 28 Aug 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 10 Sep 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallows – [Spouse] of Randale Hallows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 8 Oct 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randale Hollows –
Margray Foster –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 13 Oct 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hollows – filia Elles Hollows
Notes: C. [following surname]
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 108, Entry 2
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Oct 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Oct 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 4 Nov 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 18 Nov 1644 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Randale Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Feb 1644/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Temothy Hollows – filius Arthur Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 109, Entry 40
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Mar 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollows – filia Robt Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 110, Entry 22
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Apr 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Raph Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 11 May 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Born: 8 May 1645
Notes: P. [following surname]
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 111, Entry 8
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 9 Jun 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Moad –
Mary Hollows –
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 7 Sep 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Samuel Hollows
Notes: P. [following surname]
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 112, Entry 35
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 22 Sep 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 25 Nov 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Bamford –
Mary Hallows –
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 7 Dec 1645 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Robt Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 114, Entry 13
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 12 Jan 1645/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Buckley –
Jane Hollows –
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 25 Jan 1645/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hollows – filius John Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 115, Entry 3
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 15 Feb 1645/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – filius Elles Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 115, Entry 16
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 29 Mar 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Ottley –
Margery Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 21 Jun 1646 St Mary the Virgin, Deane, Lancashire, England
Maria Halugh – filia Robti Halugh
Abode: poch Bolton
Register: Baptisms 1604 – 1671, Page 9, Entry 37
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 7 Aug 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Sep 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Sep 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 118, Entry 8
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Oct 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Raph Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Nov 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 10 Dec 1646 St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Lancashire, England
William Hallowes –
Margrett Smithies –
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 12 Dec 1646 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Feb 1646/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of William Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Mar 1646/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Robt. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Apr 1647 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Ann Pilling –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 13 Jun 1647 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 5 Dec 1647 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 123, Entry 12
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 19 Dec 1647 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Arthur Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 123, Entry 19
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Dec 1647 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 7 Mar 1647/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Newbold –
Elizabeth Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 19 Mar 1647/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows – filius Roger Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 125, Entry 6
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Jul 1648 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Simson –
Margrate Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 24 Dec 1648 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 127, Entry 42
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Feb 1648/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Robt Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 128, Entry 34
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Mar 1648/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ales Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Apr 1649 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia Elles Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 129, Entry 22
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Apr 1649 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – filia Elles Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 129, Entry 21
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Nov 1649 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Abra. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Jan 1649/50 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellen Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 131, Entry 27
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 22 Jan 1649/50 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 17 Feb 1649/50 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 27 Mar 1650 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Jun 1650 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 17 Nov 1650 St Mary the Virgin, Deane, Lancashire, England
Georgius Halughe – filius Valentinij Halughe
Abode: Middle Hulton
Register: Baptisms 1604 – 1671, Page 14, Entry 27
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 26 Jan 1650/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Elles Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 134, Entry 34
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Feb 1650/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 134, Entry 42
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 Mar 1650/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 20 Apr 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 136, Entry 6
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 12 May 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 May 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 May 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Oct 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of William Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Oct 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Walter Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Oct 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Nov 1651 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rebecka Hallows – filia Robt Hallows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 137, Entry 36
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 10 Feb 1651/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 29 Feb 1651/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hollows – filius Edmund Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 138, Entry 29
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Mar 1651/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 138, Entry 37
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Aug 1652 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – filia Elles Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 140, Entry 8
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Aug 1652 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of James Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Nov 1652 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia Arthur Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 141, Entry 6
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 Mar 1652/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 22 May 1653 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1642 – 1653, Page 143, Entry 10
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Oct 1653 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Feb 1653/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Abode: Rachdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Feb 1653/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 26 Feb 1653/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – filia Edmund Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 11 Apr 1654 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a daughter Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Aug 1654 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Edward Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 26 Nov 1654 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniel Hollows – filius Elles Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 24 Dec 1654 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollows – filia Robt. Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 31 Dec 1654 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellen Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 4 Feb 1654/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Jonathan Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 16 Jun 1655 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Nov 1655 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Edmund Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 27 Jan 1655/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Margret Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Marriage: 29 Jan 1655/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Holt – Laberrer, Rachdale
Mary Hollows – Rachdale
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 3 Feb 1655/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – filia Samuel Hollows
Source: Private Transcription

Marriage: 19 Feb 1655/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Hugh Hollows – Rachdale
Mary Hanson – Rachdale
Source: Original Register
Burial: 19 Jun 1656 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Robt. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Sep 1656 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Hugh Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Nov 1656 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Buckley – Webbster, Blackwater
Elizabeth Hollows – Rachdale
Source: Original Register
Burial: 11 Nov 1656 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Thomas Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 Feb 1656/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Samuel Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 1 Mar 1656/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 17 May 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ales Hollows – filia Arthur Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 18 Sep 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Sep 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 27 Sep 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Jonathan Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 27 Sep 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Hugh Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 25 Oct 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – filia Edward Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Marriage: 29 Dec 1657 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Stott – Yeoman, Brownwardle
Jane Hollows –
Notes: at Middleton by Mr. Pollett
Source: Original Register
Baptism: May 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollows – filia William Hollows
Notes: [Date of baptism not given]
Source: Private Transcription

Burial: 21 May 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 24 May 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Micahell Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Jun 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 13 Jun 1658 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Elizabeth Liuesey –
Register: Marriages 1540 – 1752, Page 17, Entry 5
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 8 Aug 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – filius Robt. Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 17 Sep 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Dec 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Dec 1658 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ales Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Jan 1658/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Register: Baptisms 1653 – 1665, Page 26
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 18 Feb 1658/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of James Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Feb 1658/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – filia Edmund Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 2 Apr 1659 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallows – [Child] of Richard Hallows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Dec 1659 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sara Hollows – filia Elles Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 20 Jan 1659/60 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Micahell Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Jan 1659/60 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 17 Feb 1659/60 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Seddall –
Mary Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 23 Feb 1659/60 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Apr 1660 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Apr 1660 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 29 Apr 1660 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Jonathan Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Marriage: 9 Jul 1660 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Mary Butterworth –
Register: Marriages 1653 – 1665, Page 143
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 21 Oct 1660 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elles Hollows – filius John Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 14 Apr 1661 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius William Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 14 Apr 1661 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joseph Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 18 Apr 1661 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
son Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Jul 1662 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a daughter Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Sep 1662 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – filius John Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 1 Oct 1662 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Abode: Christober
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Oct 1662 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elles Hollows –
Jane Cooke –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 15 Dec 1662 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 15 Feb 1662/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – filia Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Rachdale
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 7 Jun 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Maiden – filia John Hollowes & An Maiden
Notes: Spu.
Source: Private Transcription
Marriage: 11 Jun 1663 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes – Whaley parish
Grace Core – Rochdale parish
Source: Private transcription
Baptism: 14 Jun 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – fil. Elles Hollows
Abode: Rachdale
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 14 Jun 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – fil. Elles Hollows
Abode: Rachdale
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 4 Jul 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Jul 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Butterworth – filia Arthur Hollows & Mary Butterworth
Notes: ill.
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 20 Dec 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius John Hollows
Abode: Lonakers
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 25 Dec 1663 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Jan 1663/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – filia Arthur Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 14 Jan 1663/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 Feb 1663/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Feb 1663/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia John Hollows
Abode: Rachdale
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 2 Apr 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Apr 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Apr 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Aug 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Nov 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Dec 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of William Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Dec 1664 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Jonathan Hollows
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 23 Jan 1664/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius John Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 27 Jan 1664/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius John Hollows
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 23 Apr 1665 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Dec 1665 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Richard Hollows
Abode: Smethe Fold
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Jan 1665/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Feb 1665/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Feb 1665/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Feb 1665/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Mar 1665/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Timothie Hollows – filius Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 May 1666 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Jun 1666 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Jul 1666 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – filia Johnathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Oct 1666 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius John Smith & Jane Hollows
Notes: spurious
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 10 Nov 1666 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Smith –
Jane Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: ? Dec 1666 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
? Hollows – filia John Hollows
Notes: [the page is torn here]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 Feb 1666/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judith Hallows – filia John Hallows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 15 Mar 1666/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 11 Sep 1667 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Bentley –
Dorathy Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 5 Jan 1667/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Abode: Smethey
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Feb 1667/8 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – daughter of Thomas Hollows
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 30 Mar 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of William Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 25 Jun 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Chadwicke –
Grace Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 10 Aug 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows –
Ann Hanson –
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 22 Aug 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Hollows – filius Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 23 Aug 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sara Hollows – filia Abraham Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 8 Sep 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 25 Sep 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 29 Nov 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – filia Samuel Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 Dec 1668 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Jan 1668/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 Jul 1669 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
David Hollows – son of Richard Hollows
Abode: Padiham
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 11 Jul 1669 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius John Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 28 Oct 1669 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Lord –
Mary Hollows –
Notes: Mr. Parrey
Source: Original Register

Burial: 15 Feb 1669/70 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Sam. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Feb 1669/70 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Abode: Smethe
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Mar 1669/70 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows – filius Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 1 Sep 1670 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Abraham Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Sep 1670 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Abraham Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 4 Sep 1670 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Samuel Hollows
Abode: Shaw
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 5 Oct 1670 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Nathan Sutell –
Martha Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 15 Jan 1670/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sara Hollows – filia Arthur Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Jan 1670/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Arthur Hollows, Poore
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Apr 1671 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Lane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Apr 1671 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – filia Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 18 Jun 1671 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia John Hollows
Abode: Church Stile
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Jul 1671 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hollows – filius John Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 3 Sep 1671 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Abra. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Sep 1671 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hollows –
Ales Heaward –
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 29 Jan 1671/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Knowls –
Mary Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 16 Feb 1671/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 19 Mar 1671/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 Apr 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joseph Hollows – filius John Hollows
Notes: at Millrow
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Apr 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Apr 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 19 May 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Abode: Smethey
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 11 Sep 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Shaw –
Ann Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 15 Sep 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Tho. Hollows – filius Thomas Almon & Pressilah Hollows
Notes: b. Spurious
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 22 Sep 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Samuel Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 25 Dec 1672 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 7 Feb 1672/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows –
Ester Brearley –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 24 Feb 1672/3 St Thomas the Martyr, Upholland, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallow? – Daughter of Thomas Hallow?
Abode: Orrel
Register: Baptisms 1608 – 1735, Page 73, Entry 46
Source: LDS Film 1657531
Marriage: 3 Apr 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows –
Jane Leigh –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 6 Apr 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Winterbothom – filia John Hollows & Ann Winterbothom
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 12 Jun 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 27 Jul 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – filius Abraham Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 Aug 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Nov 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judeth Hollows – filia [unnamed] Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 25 Dec 1673 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Watmough –
Jane Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 12 Apr 1674 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows – filius William Hollows
Abode: Smethey
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Jul 1674 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Margret Hollows – filia Mathew Hollows
Abode: Wood
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 26 Jul 1674 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniel Hollows – filius Arthur Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Oct 1674 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius James Hollows
Abode: Mainwood
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Dec 1674 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Abra. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Jan 1674/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 10 Feb 1674/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Sam. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 28 Feb 1674/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – filia James Scolefield & Jane Hollows
Notes: spurious
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 7 Mar 1674/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius John Hollows
Abode: Stead
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 18 Apr 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – filia Samuel Hollows
Abode: Shaw
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 Apr 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 3 Sep 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elles Hollows –
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Sep 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 Sep 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 Nov 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 27 Nov 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
filia Hollows – [Child] of Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 Dec 1675 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Jan 1675/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Jan 1675/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
filia Hollows – [Child] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Jan 1675/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia James Hollows
Abode: Church Lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Apr 1676 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Abraham Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 9 May 1676 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Samuel Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 15 May 1676 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Cryer –
Grace Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 1 Oct 1676 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia John Hollows
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Nov 1676 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Abraham Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Nov 1676 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Jan 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Jan 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 Feb 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Raph Hollows – filius Raph Smethorst & Prisilah Hollows
Notes: Spurious.
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 26 Feb 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Leach –
Elizabeth Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 14 Mar 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 18 Mar 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abegale Hollows – filia Samuel Hollows
Abode: Cronshaw
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 18 Mar 1676/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Hollows – filius Richard Hollows
Abode: Smethe
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 29 Apr 1677 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rachell Hollows – filia James Hollows
Abode: Mainwod?
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Sep 1677 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – filia John Hollows
Abode: Howorthpaster
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Dec 1677 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ales Hollows – filius James Hollows
Abode: Ch. Lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 3 Apr 1678 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows –
Mary Ogden –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 26 May 1678 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – filia Arthur Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Jul 1678 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Robt. Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Feb 1678/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Apr 1679 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Apr 1679 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – filius John Hollows
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 May 1679 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Stott –
Ales Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 7 Sep 1679 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hollows – filius John Whitworth & Ann Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 28 Nov 1679 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Smith – Bylame
Prisilah Hollows – Bylame
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 4 Jan 1679/80 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hollows – filius James Hollows
Abode: Meanwood
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 22 Feb 1679/80 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows – filius Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackw.
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Apr 1680 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elles Hollows – filius Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Todlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 May 1680 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judeth Hollows – filia James Hollows
Abode: Church Lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Jun 1680 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 5 Aug 1680 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hollows –
Catherine Cheetham –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 12 Oct 1680 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Oct 1680 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of James Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Jan 1680/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Feb 1680/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a sonne Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Mar 1680/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 20 Mar 1680/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Hollows – filius Arthur Hollows
Abode: Henlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 8 Apr 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joshua Hollows – filius Mathew Hollows
Abode: Rachdale
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 1 Jul 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Jul 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Catheren Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Jul 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – filia Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Jul 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 31 Jul 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ales Hollows – filia James Hollows
Abode: Lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Sep 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sara Hallows – filia Joseph Leigh & [unnamed] Hallows
Notes: Spurious
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Oct 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hollows – filius John Hollows
Abode: Steed
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 13 Oct 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows –
Grace Brearley –
Register: Marriages 1665 – 1683, Page 101
Source: Original Register
Burial: 11 Dec 1681 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Jan 1681/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 24 Apr 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Richard Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Apr 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – filia James Hollows
Abode: Mainwood
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Aug 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 27 Aug 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniel Hollows –
Jane Maden –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 29 Oct 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Daniel Hollows
Abode: Bagslate
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Dec 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthur Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 31 Dec 1682 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sara Hollows – filia Edward Hollows
Abode: Pastere
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Apr 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – filia Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Towne
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Apr 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a daughter Hollows – [Child] of Arthur Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Sep 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Ogden –
Susan Hollwos –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 28 Oct 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Nov 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hollows –
? Holding –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 11 Nov 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Edward Leigh & [unnamed] Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Nov 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 5 Dec 1683 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Jan 1683/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Ann Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 Mar 1683/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 May 1684 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 28 Jul 1684 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Clegge –
Ales Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 4 Sep 1684 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Sep 1684 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollows – filia Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Oct 1684 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – filius Elles Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Dec 1684 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 10 Jan 1684/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 20 Apr 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 May 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – filia James Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Jun 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Richard Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Nov 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Benjamine Hollows – filius Daniel Hollows
Notes: [Benjamine & Jonathan bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Nov 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – filius Daniel Hollows
Notes: [Benjamine & Jonathan bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Nov 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Danel Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Dec 1685 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 29 Jan 1685/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Feb 1685/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 May 1686 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Judeth Hollows – filia Edmund Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 25 May 1686 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniel Hollows –
Jane Duckworth –
Register: Marriages 1683 – 1700, Page 80
Source: Original Register

Burial: 5 Aug 1686 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Mathew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 5 Sep 1686 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Edmund Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Oct 1686 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows –
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Jan 1686/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of James Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 4 Jan 1686/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows – filius James Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 20 Feb 1686/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hollows – filia Daniel Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Notes: [Alice & Sara bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Feb 1686/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sara Hollows – filia Daniel Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Notes: [Alice & Sara bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Mar 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallows – [Spouse] of Robt. Hallows
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Mar 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Daniel Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 May 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 31 Jul 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hillows – [Spouse] of Richard Hillows
Abode: S___thfild
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Aug 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Abraham Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 30 Aug 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Will. Hollows –
Abode: Windebank
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Sep 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elles Hollows –
Abode: Hamler
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Oct 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 8 Nov 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows –
Ales Chadwicke –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 22 Dec 1687 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthur Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Jan 1687/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robt. Hollows – filius Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Apr 1688 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Gilbord Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 6 May 1688 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Elles Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Jun 1688 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Jan 1688/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – filia Daniel Hollows
Abode: Spotland bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 May 1689 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Elles Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 May 1689 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Jul 1689 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Aug 1689 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – filius Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackw.
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 22 Aug 1689 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – filia Abraham Hollows
Abode: Chu. Lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 19 Nov 1689 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Fletcher –
Sarah Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 3 Apr 1690 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hatfield – de. Hatfield in Com. Ebor
Mary Hollowes –
Notes: L. Dr. Watkinson
Source: Original Register

Burial: 17 May 1690 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollowes – [Child] of Saml Hollowes
Abode: Stidd
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 16 Nov 1690 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollowes – filia Ellis Hollowes
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 11 Feb 1690/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Abode: Stidd
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 May 1691 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniell Hollowes – filius Daniel Hollowes
Abode: Spotland
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 5 Jul 1691 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hollowes – sonne of Eliz. Hollowes
Abode: Hapton
Notes: Illegitimate [sonne & d one entry] [not in orignal register]
Source: LDS Film 1040343
Baptism: 5 Jul 1691 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollowes – daughter of Eliz. Hollowes
Abode: Hapton
Notes: Illegitimate [sonne & daughter one entry]
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 12 Jul 1691 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollowes – filius Abraham Hollowes
Abode: Chu. Lane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 9 Aug 1691 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollowes – filius Edward Hollowes
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 30 Aug 1691 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollowe – [Child] of Daniel Hollowe
Abode: Spotland Bridg
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Sep 1691 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollowe – [Child] of Ellis Hollowe
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 16 Jan 1692/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Westley Hollows – filius Mathew Hollows, Gent.
Notes: Bapt. at home
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 19 Jan 1692/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollowes –
Sarah Dewhurst –
Source: Original Register

Burial: 6 Feb 1692/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollowes – [Spouse] of Mathew Hollowes
Abode: Newbouldlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 27 Feb 1692/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallowes –
Mary Crosley –
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 29 Mar 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollowes – filius Adam [surname not given] & Elizabeth Hollowes
Notes: Illigitmate [Father’s surname omitted]
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 17 Apr 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Adam Earnshaw –
Ann Hollowes –
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 5 Jun 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Holte –
Martha Hollowes –
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 7 Jun 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Silas Hameer –
Susan Hollowes –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 2 Jul 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthur Hollowes – filius James Hollowes
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 27 Oct 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallowes – filia Ellis Hallowes
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 Dec 1693 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hollowes – filius Daniel Hollowes
Abode: Townmill
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 19 Mar 1693/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollowes – [Child] of John Hollowes
Abode: Stidd
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Mar 1694/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollowe – [Child] of Edward Hollowe
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 19 Jun 1695 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hollows – fil Edmond Hollows
Abode: Clough
Notes: [Entries found in BT’s, parish registers unavailable]
Baptised by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: LDS Film 1040340

Baptism: 25 Aug 1695 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollowes – filia James Hollowes
Abode: Toadlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Jan 1695/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollowes – filia James Hollowes
Abode: Browne Wardle
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Feb 1695/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollowes – filia Abraham Hollowes
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 19 Mar 1695/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollowes – [Spouse] of Gilbert Hollowes
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Mar 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a son Hollowes – [Child] of John Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 24 May 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollowes – filius Ellis Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Jun 1696 St Peter, Bolton, Lancashire, England
James Heyes – Bolton
Jane Hollowes – Bolton
Notes: at Greate Lever Chappell
Source: Rev. Canon Powell Transcripts
Marriage: 12 Jul 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Adam Milne –
Grace Hollowes –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 19 Sep 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollowes – [Spouse] of Robert Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 20 Sep 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joseph Hollowes – filius John Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 23 Sep 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Grinderoad –
Elizabeth Hollowes –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 16 Nov 1696 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollowes – [Child] of John Hollowes
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Jan 1696/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollowes –
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 Mar 1697 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of Daniall Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 May 1697 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hollows – a child of John Hollows, de Middleton
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 28 Aug 1697 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 31 Oct 1697 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows – Son of James Hill & Grace Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 2 Nov 1697 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Elizabeth Holt –
Source: Original Register
Burial: 20 Nov 1697 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Jonathan Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 12 Dec 1697 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hollows – Son of James Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 4 Jan 1697/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hollows –
Abode: Littlebrough
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Feb 1697/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Apr 1698 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Whitworth
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Apr 1698 St Katharine, Blackrod, Lancashire, England
Ether Halliow –
Isabeal Prestock –
Register: Marriages 1613 – 1700, Page 106
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 20 Jul 1698 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 27 Dec 1698 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Hollows –
Mary Greenwood –
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 29 Dec 1698 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Noah Hollows – Oldham P.
Margrit Wolfenden –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 2 Apr 1699 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rebacka Hollows – Daughter of Thomas Butterworth & Mary Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 18 Apr 1699 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Town milne
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 10 May 1699 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollow – Daughter of James Hollow
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Jun 1699 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Anne Hollows – wife of John Hollows
Abode: Middleton
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 29 Jul 1699 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – Daughter of Elles Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Aug 1699 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Buckley
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 26 Sep 1699 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – this parish
Mary Shacklock – this parish
Register: Marriages 1540 – 1752, Page 43, Entry 7
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 6 Oct 1699 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizebeth Hollows –
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Jan 1699/700 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
James Hollows –
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 20 Jan 1699/700 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallows – [Child] of James Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Mar 1699/700 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallows – Wife of Jon. Hallows
Died: 16 Mar 1700
Abode: Bury
Register: Burials 1699 – 1709, Page 2, Entry 59
Source: LDS Film 559157
Baptism: 21 Apr 1700 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susannah Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Whitworth
Performed at: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 28 Apr 1700 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
George Booth –
Ann Hollows –
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 13 Oct 1700 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Jonathan Hollows
Performed at: Millnrow
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Dec 1700 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 29 Dec 1700 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joshua Hollows – Son of Daniall Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 29 Dec 1700 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Middleton
Register: Christenings 1695 – 1708, Page 42, Entry 36
Baptism: 2 Apr 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Apr 1701 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hallows – unbaptised child of Elizabeth Hallows
Abode: Hapton
Notes: [Elizabeth Hallows and her unbaptised child one entry]
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 7 Apr 1701 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows –
Abode: Hapton
Notes: [Elizabeth Hallows and her unbaptised child one entry]
Source: Original Parish Register
Marriage: 5 May 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – This parish
Mary Lewis – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 22 Jun 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 25 Aug 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hollows – This parish
Mary Grime – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 21 Sep 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 5 Oct 1701 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – filia James Hallows
Occupation: faber
Register: Baptisms 1689 – 1712, Entry 11
Source: LDS Film 2356156
Marriage: 12 Oct 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – This parish
Jane Aron – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 16 Nov 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – This parish
Jannot Brown – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 9 Dec 1701 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hamer – This parish
Margrit Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Performed at: Ashworth
Notes: Was married at Ashworth the 9 of December 1701 by Mr. Thornley and Lysend by
Mr. Ashton
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 20 Feb 1701/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hollows –
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Feb 1701/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rebeckah Hollows – Daughter of Charles Hollows
Abode: Mean wood
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 Mar 1701/2 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – bastard child of Ann Hallows
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 11 Mar 1701/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Charles Hollows
Abode: Meanewood
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 14 Mar 1701/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Abode: Newgate
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Apr 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Holt – This parish
Mary Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 17 May 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 12 Jun 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 21 Jun 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallows – [Child] of Jonathan Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 29 Aug 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 11 Oct 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hollows – Son of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Cronckyshaw
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 14 Oct 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Milnrow
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Dec 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – child of James Hollows
Abode: Newgate
Notes: [William & Susan bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Dec 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hollows – child of James Hollows
Abode: Newgate
Notes: [William & Susan bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Dec 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Newgate
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 31 Dec 1702 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Milnrow
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Jan 1702/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
two children Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Newgate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Jan 1702/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Rachell Hollows – Daughter of Charles Hollows
Abode: Spotland bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Mar 1702/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of James Hollows
Abode: Newgate
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Mar 1702/3 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – d. of John Hollows
Abode: Middleton
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 21 Mar 1702/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 30 Mar 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Hugh Oldham – This parish
Alice Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 3 May 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – Daughter of Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 6 Aug 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Whithead – Son of Samuell Hollows & Ann Whithead
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 17 Aug 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hollows – This parish
Jane Colling – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 15 Sep 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hollows – Son of James Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Oct 1703 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – filius James Hallows
Occupation: faber
Register: Baptisms 1689 – 1712, Entry 6
Source: LDS Film 2356156
Marriage: 3 Oct 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Tayler – This parish
Mary Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 23 Nov 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Bury parish
Ellen Clemeson – This parish
Married by Certified from Bury
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 26 Dec 1703 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Jan 1703/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hollows – Daughter of Robert Hollows
Abode: Hough
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Mar 1703/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Daniall Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Mar 1704 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Butterworth
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 9 May 1704 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Taylor – This parish
Rachell Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 31 May 1704 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Jul 1704 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Born: 9 Jul 1704
Abode: Elton
Register: Baptisms 1699 – 1709, Page 8, Entry 19
Source: LDS Film 559157

Marriage: 1 Aug 1704 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hollows – This parish
Sarah Holt – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 12 Aug 1704 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Whitworth
Performed at: Whitworth
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 Sep 1704 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Charles Hollows
Abode: Meanwood
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 18 Feb 1704/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 19 Feb 1704/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – This parish
Elizebeth Hantson – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 2 Mar 1704/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Jul 1705 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Greenwood – This parish
Susana Hollow – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 29 Jul 1705 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Sep 1705 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Nov 1705 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Yorkshire Street
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 11 Dec 1705 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Kearshow – This parish
Mary Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 3 Feb 1705/6 St Mary the Virgin, Leigh, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Wife of Edward Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Notes: died at Wm. Hopes in Bedford
Source: LDS Film 559189
Burial: 25 Feb 1705/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 31 Mar 1706 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows – Son of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Littell Clegg
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Jul 1706 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of Robert Hollows
Performed at: Milnrow
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Sep 1706 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Yorkshire Street
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Dec 1706 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallows – bastard son of Ann Hallows
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 16 Dec 1706 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Charles Hollows
Abode: Spotland bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 26 Jan 1706/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Feb 1706/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallows – [Child] of James Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Mar 1706/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallows – [Child] of Jonathan Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 24 Aug 1707 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Smithyfold
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 4 Sep 1707 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Baxter – This parish
Grace Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Burial: 12 Sep 1707 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mr. Mathew Hollows –
Abode: Ashworth
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 21 Sep 1707 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 17 Dec 1707 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Jan 1707/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 May 1708 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Jun 1708 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows – Son of Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Notes: [Edward & Mary bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Jun 1708 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Edward Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Notes: [Edward & Mary bracketed together]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Sep 1708 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Oct 1708 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hollows – fil Edmund Hollows
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 11 Oct 1708 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Dec 1708 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Daniall Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 12 Feb 1708/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of Robert Pollit & Mary Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 Mar 1708/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Arthar Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 23 Mar 1708/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Butterworth
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Aug 1709 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Robert Hollows
Abode: Butterworth Hall
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 13 Sep 1709 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – This parish
Susan Romsbothom – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Burial: 5 Oct 1709 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 7 Nov 1709 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Isaac Lister – This parish
Mary Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 20 Nov 1709 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – Daughter of Charles Hollows
Abode: Spotland bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Dec 1709 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – This parish
Jane Ffarrer – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Burial: 5 Mar 1709/10 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hollows –
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 Mar 1709/10 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Abode: Stidd
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Apr 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 16 Apr 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hollows – Son of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Churchstile
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 21 May 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthar Hollows – Son of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Jul 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 10 Aug 1710 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Samll. Greaves – Oldham parish
Alice Hallowes – Roads Green
Register: Marriages 1540 – 1752, Page 62, Entry 7
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 14 Sep 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Nov 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 18 Dec 1710 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hollows – This parish
Ann Chadwicke – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 20 Jan 1710/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hollows – Son of Robert Hollows
Abode: Butterworth
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 Feb 1710/1 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – fil Richard Hallows
Abode: Edenfield
Baptised by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 13 Feb 1710/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – This parish
Martha Cropper – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 3 Mar 1710/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Apr 1711 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Tattersall – This parish
Mary Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 30 Apr 1711 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
David Hollows – bastard child of Anne Hollows
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 19 Aug 1711 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 21 Aug 1711 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hollows – This parish
Martha Cropper – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Burial: 18 Sep 1711 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of James Hollows
Abode: Church lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Dec 1711 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hollows – Son of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Apr 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Daughter of Charles Hollows
Abode: Spotland bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 19 Apr 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of Jonathan Hollows
Abode: Milnrow
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Aug 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows –
Abode: Spotland bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Sep 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hartley – This parish
Sarah Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 4 Nov 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 9 Nov 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 12 Nov 1712 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Yorkshire Street
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 16 Jan 1712/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Moss side
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 5 Feb 1712/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Feb 1712/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Thomas Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 May 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 6 May 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Cropper – This parish
Jane Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 26 May 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Arthar Shore – This parish
Jane Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 6 Aug 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elles Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 18 Aug 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 21 Sep 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Near Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Oct 1713 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hollows – Son of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 28 Nov 1713 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
James Piccup –
Mary Hollows –
Married by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 26 Mar 1714 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Robert Hollows
Abode: Low Hous
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 Apr 1714 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 18 Apr 1714 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
John Trele –
Mary Hallows –
Register: Marriages 1713 – 1752, Page 125
Source: LDS Film 2113205
Burial: 6 May 1714 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Daniall Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 28 Aug 1714 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of Charles Hollows
Abode: Spotland Bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Nov 1714 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Dec 1714 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows –
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 15 Jan 1714/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Henry Gartside & Mary Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 6 Mar 1714/5 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Moss side
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 19 May 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 7 Jun 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Scholefield – Middleton parish
Elizebeth Hollows – This parish
Married by Certified from Middleton
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 27 Jun 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Danial Hollows – This parish
Grace Haskway – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Marriage: 28 Aug 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hollows – This parish
Martha Andrews – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 11 Sep 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hollows – Son of John Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 25 Sep 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Abode: Stidd
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 13 Nov 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 7 Dec 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mary Hollows
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Dec 1715 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hollows – This parish
Mary Lister – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 6 Jan 1715/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Benjamin Grime – This parish
Alice Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 11 Jan 1715/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
widdow Hollows –
Abode: Spotland Bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 Jan 1715/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hollows – [Spouse] of John Hollows
Abode: Steed
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 2 Apr 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Lord – This parish
Ann Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 16 Apr 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hollows –
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 10 Jun 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 20 Jun 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 31 Jul 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hollows – This parish
Ann Clegg – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 14 Oct 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows – Son of John Hollows
Abode: ?
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 18 Oct 1716 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joseph Shore – This parish
Elizebeth Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Burial: 29 Jan 1716/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux. Hollows – [Spouse] of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Birtsell
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 10 Jun 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Abraham Hollows
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 16 Jun 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Danial Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Field head
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 7 Jul 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 18 Aug 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 Oct 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Stidd
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 6 Nov 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 24 Nov 1717 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 24 Mar 1717/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 23 Sep 1718 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Shore – This parish
Mary Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 12 Oct 1718 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Hollows – fil John Hollows
Abode: Heathhall
Baptised by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 10 Nov 1718 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mr. Wesby Hollows – Newbold Lane
Mis. Mary Entwisle – Ffoxholes
Married by Licence
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 22 Nov 1718 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Robert Hollows
Abode: Low hous
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 8 Dec 1718 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 30 Dec 1718 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hollows – This parish
Grace Tayler – This parish
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 11 Apr 1719 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 29 Apr 1719 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Matthew Hollows
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 6 May 1719 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows – wife of Samuel Hallows, Esqr, of Ashworth
Source: Private Transcription

Baptism: 28 Jun 1719 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Jul 1719 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mr. Weesbe Hollows
Abode: Newbold lane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Jul 1719 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux. Hollows – [Spouse] of Mr. Weesbe Hollows
Abode: Newbold Lane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 26 Aug 1719 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 20 Mar 1719/20 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hollows – This parish
Sarah Lees – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 21 Mar 1719/20 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows
Abode: Bacop
Baptised by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Register
Burial: 24 Apr 1720 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 5 Jun 1720 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joshua Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Broadlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 16 Jun 1720 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of James Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 19 Jun 1720 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hollows – Son of Samuell Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 Dec 1720 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hollows – [Child] of Mary Hollows
Abode: Packer
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Feb 1720/1 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
George Ashworth –
Mary Hallows – Bacop
Married by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 7 Feb 1720/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows –
Abode: Whitworth
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 21 May 1721 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Jun 1721 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 29 Jun 1721 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
widdow Hollows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 25 Jul 1721 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joshua Dearden – This parish
Susan Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 17 Sep 1721 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hollows – Daughter of Matthew Hollows
Abode: Trub Smithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 23 Feb 1721/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Noah Hallows –
Abode: Town Milne
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 18 Mar 1721/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hollows – Daughter of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Apr 1722 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a daughter Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 4 May 1722 St James, Milnrow, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – [Child] of Robert Hollows
Born: 22 Apr 1722
Register: Baptisms 1715 – 1765, Page Pg 11 FRR
Source: LDS Film 506448
Baptism: 27 May 1722 St James, Milnrow, Lancashire, England
Susan Hallows – Daughter of Robert Hallows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 19 Nov 1722 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows & Ann
Abode: Broadlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 28 Nov 1722 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a daughter Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Broadlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 1 Jan 1722/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Butterworth – This parish
Mary Hallows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 17 Jan 1723 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Ringley Fold in Pilkington
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 2 Feb 1722/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of Robert Hallows
Abode: Ladihouse
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 7 Apr 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – Son of Samuel Hallows & Martha
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 16 Apr 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a child Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 May 1723 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows, who strangled herself – wife of John Hallows
Abode: Roads green
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 1 Jul 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
widow Hallows –
Abode: Town Milne
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Aug 1723 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Jam. Hallows –
Abode: Hapton
Occupation: Servant
Source: Original Parish Register
Marriage: 3 Sep 1723 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Middleton
Mary Butterworth – Middleton
Married by Banns
Register: Marriages 1540 – 1752, Page 74, Entry 11
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 26 Sep 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Sep 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallows – This parish
Mary Cropper – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 3 Oct 1723 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows – dau of John Hallows
Abode: Heathhall
Buried by: Thos. Leigh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 4 Oct 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Oct 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abraham Hallows – Son of Abraham Hallows & Ffrances
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Oct 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Simeon Lord – This parish
Susan Hallows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 17 Nov 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of Abraham Hallows
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Dec 1723 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of William Hallows & Mary
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Jan 1723/4 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Spinster Ann Hallows –
Died: 4 Jan 1724
Register: Burials 1719 – 1728, Page 6, Entry 15
Source: LDS Film 559161
Marriage: 9 Jan 1723/4 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Fustian-weaver, Outwood
Mary Kay – spinster, Outwood
Married by Banns
Register: Marriages 1713 – 1752, Page 135
Source: LDS Film 2113205
Baptism: 2 Feb 1723/4 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Jane
Abode: Heath Hall
Baptised by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 11 Apr 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows & Ann, his wife
Abode: Broadlane
Occupation: Clothmaker
Notes: [Ann & Sarah in one entry]
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Apr 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows & Ann, his wife
Abode: Broadlane
Occupation: Clothmaker
Notes: [Ann & Sarah in one entry]
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 20 Apr 1724 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of James Hallows, Webster & Mary
Abode: Ringley Fold
Source: Manchester Central Library

Burial: 22 Apr 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxr. Hallows – [Spouse] of Samuel Hallows
Abode: Milnro.
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 2 May 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallows – Son of Ellis Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Cardmaker
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 May 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Broadlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 5 Aug 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – Son of Samuel Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 19 Dec 1724 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Feb 1725 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Ringley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 25 Mar 1725 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Ringley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 4 Apr 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of Esther Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 Apr 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
widow Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Apr 1725 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of James Hallows, Webster
Abode: Ringley Fold
Source: Manchester Central Library

Burial: 22 Apr 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallows – Son of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 13 Jul 1725 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
David Hollows, Pauper –
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 18 Jul 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of Abraham Hallows & Ffrances, his wife
Abode: Packer
Occupation: Currur
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 28 Sep 1725 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Charles Mills – Collier, Parish of Radcliffe
Mary Hallows – Parish of Prestwich
Married by Certificates from Mr Scholes Curate of Prestwich & Mr Barlow Curate of Radcliffe
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 2 Nov 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 28 Nov 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Samuel Hallows & Martha, his wife
Abode: Churchlane
Occupation: Shoemaker
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 19 Dec 1725 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Rochdale
Occupation: Weaver
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 13 Feb 1725/6 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of Jno. Hallows & Jane
Abode: Lenches
Baptised by: Tho. Leigh Minister
Source: Original Register
Burial: 11 Mar 1725/6 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Jenit Hallows, Vidua –
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: Thos. Leigh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register

Marriage: 14 Apr 1726 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hollows – This parish
Mary Brearley – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Marriage: 18 Oct 1726 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Turner – This parish
Susan Hollows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 23 Oct 1726 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows, Spinster –
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 11 Dec 1726 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of Robt. Scholfield, the reputed father of Castleton & Alice Hallows, Single Woman
Abode: Castleton
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 26 Dec 1726 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a son Hollows – [Child] of Ellis Hollows
Abode: ffieldhead
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 8 Apr 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux. Hallows – [Spouse] of Samuel Hallows
Abode: Milnro
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 11 Apr 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 22 May 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Stock – This parish
Martha Hallows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 30 May 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Lord – This parish
Alice Hallows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 14 Jun 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Isaac Brearley – This parish
Eliz. Hallows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 17 Jun 1727 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of John Hallows
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 19 Jun 1727 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows – dau of John Hallows
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 11 Aug 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows, Widow –
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 24 Aug 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Lord – This parish
Esther Hallows – This parish
Married by Three times published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 24 Aug 1727 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Lord – This parish
Esther Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 24 Mar 1727/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abram. Hallows – Son of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Rochdale
Occupation: Weaver
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Apr 1728 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 23 Apr 1728 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – This parish
Martha Ashworth – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Marriage: 25 Apr 1728 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – This parish
Ann Ffielden – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Marriage: 6 Aug 1728 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Leach – This parish
Mary Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 20 Sep 1728 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – dau of John Hallows & Mary
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 26 Nov 1728 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows, Widow –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 9 Feb 1728/9 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
John Hallows –
Abode: Rhodes-green
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 23 Mar 1728/9 St Leonard, Padiham, Lancashire, England
John Hollows, Pauper –
Abode: Hapton
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 2 Apr 1729 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Jun 1729 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Phebe Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Ringley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 16 Aug 1729 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Martha, his wife
Abode: Over Yeafield
Occupation: Weaver
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Dec 1729 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallows –
Abode: Threelane ends
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 13 Dec 1729 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hallows –
Abode: Trubsmithy
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 25 Jan 1729/30 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallows, Widow –
Abode: Threelane ends
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 Feb 1729/30 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows & Ann, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Weaver
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 19 Feb 1729/30 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows, wid. –
Abode: Rhodes-green
Source: LDS Film 1545698

Baptism: 22 Feb 1729/30 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Jane
Abode: Newch.
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 30 Mar 1730 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – This parish
Joyce Soothill – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 13 Jun 1730 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallows – Daughter of Samuel Hallows & Martha, his wife
Abode: Churchlane
Occupation: Shoemaker

Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 72
Source: LDS Family Seach
Marriage: 18 Aug 1730 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Cryer – This parish
Elizabeth Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 6 Sep 1730 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Samuel Cromptton, the reputed ffather of Castleton & Alice Hallows, Singlewoman
Abode: Castleton
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 124
Source: LDS Family Seach
Marriage: 15 Nov 1730 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Richard Hallows – This parish
Jane Howorth – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 24 Nov 1730 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
John Schofield –
Mary Hollows –
Register: Marriages 1699 – 1754, Page 23, Entry 1035
Source: LDS Film 559158
Baptism: 29 Nov 1730 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Rochdale
Occupation: Weavr.
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 188
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 2 Feb 1731 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Charles Hollows – Son of James Hollows & Mary
Abode: Ringley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Baptism: 28 Mar 1731 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Joyce, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Potter
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 283
Source: LDS Family Seach

Burial: 18 Apr 1731 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallos –
Abode: Ellinrode
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 20 Apr 1731 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hey – This parish
Alice Hollows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 20 May 1731 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Wife John Hallows
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 22 Aug 1731 Holy Trinity, Littleborough, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallows – Son of Richard Hallows & Jane
Abode: Laneside
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 31 Aug 1731 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Abel Brearley – This parish
Mary Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Marriage: 21 Dec 1731 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows –
Prudence Midgley – Bacop
Married by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 27 Dec 1731 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows, Widow –
Abode: Marland
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 7 Mar 1731/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 2 Apr 1732 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallows – Daughter of Samuel Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 15 Apr 1732 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of William Hallows
Abode: Rochdale
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 May 1732 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 14 May 1732 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edward Hallows – Son of James Hallows & Joyce, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Potter
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 622
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 10 Jun 1732 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallows – Son of James Hallows & Martha, his wife
Abode: Higheryeafield
Occupation: Clothmaker
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 641
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 28 Jun 1732 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Westby Hallows, Gent. –
Abode: Newboldlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Jul 1732 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of John Hallows & Elizabeth
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 21 Oct 1732 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Jane
Abode: Cowp
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 6 Jan 1732/3 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Simeon Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Prudence
Abode: Bacop
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 8 Jan 1732/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of Richard Hallows & Jane, his wife
Abode: Laneside
Occupation: Clothmakr.
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 772
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 16 Jan 1732/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Joyce Hallows – Wife of James Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 3 Feb 1733 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of James Hallows
Abode: Ringley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 4 Feb 1732/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows –
Abode: Lowerplace
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Feb 1732/3 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Mary
Abode: Bacop
Buried by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 11 Mar 1732/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Rochdale
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 833
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 21 Mar 1732/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows & Ann, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 840
Source: LDS Family Seach
Marriage: 15 May 1733 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jeremiah Hallows – This parish
Elizabeth Greaves – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 10 Jul 1733 St James, Haslingden, Lancashire, England
Rufus Hollows – Son of Thomas Hollows
Abode: Bellthorn
Occupation: Lab
Source: LDS Film 1068835
Marriage: 15 Aug 1733 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Ffielden – This parish
Ann Hollows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 2 Sep 1733 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Hannah Hallows – Daughter of Matthew Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Marriage: 14 Jul 1734 All Hallows, Bispham, Lancashire, England
David Hollow – Marriner, Liverpoole
Sarah Anyon – Spinster, Poolton
Register: Marriages 1696 – 1754, Page 59, Entry 7
Source: Handwritten Transcription at Blackpool Central Library
Baptism: 6 Oct 1734 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Marriage: 8 Oct 1734 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Clegg – This parish
Ann Hollows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 20 Oct 1734 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Nov 1734 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of James Hallows & Martha, his wife
Abode: Little Clegg
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 1352
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 27 Dec 1734 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Grace Hallows – Wife of Daniel Hallows
Abode: Tentercroft
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Feb 1735 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Betty Hollows – Daughter of Charles Hollows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Blacksmith
Source: Manchester Central Library
Marriage: 24 Jun 1735 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Taylor – This parish
Sarah Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Burial: 25 Sep 1735 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of John Hallows & Ann
Abode: Burkin
Buried by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register

Baptism: 28 Sep 1735 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Matthew Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Burial: 20 Oct 1735 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Matthew Hallows, Webster
Abode: Kersly
Source: Manchester Central Library

Marriage: 9 Nov 1735 St Mary the Virgin, Deane, Lancashire, England
Charles Hallows –
Eliz. Mangnall –
Register: Marriages 1686 – 1751, Page 568, Entry 38
Source: Private Transcription
Baptism: 24 Nov 1735 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hallows – Daughter of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Rochdale
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 1674
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 8 Feb 1735/6 Holy Trinity, Littleborough, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of Richard Hallows & Jane, his wife
Abode: Laneside
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 3 Mar 1735/6 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of Richard Hallows
Abode: Little Clegg
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 19 May 1736 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Wife of Samuel Hallows
Abode: Milnro.
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 5 Jul 1736 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of Jeremiah Collinge, the reputed ffather of Castleton & Alice Hallows, Singlewoman
Abode: Castleton
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 1854
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 24 Aug 1736 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Ringley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 11 Sep 1736 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Wife of James Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 27 Jan 1736/7 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Kersly
Anne Bowker –
Married by Certificate from Mr Rothwell Vicar of Dean
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 14 Feb 1736/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of James Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Branchroad
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 2032
Source: LDS Family Seach

Marriage: 11 Apr 1737 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – This parish
Mary Hamer – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Baptism: 1 May 1737 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Joseph Hallows – Son of Matthew Hallows & Elizabeth
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Marriage: 4 Sep 1737 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jeremiah Colinge – This parish
Alice Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 31 Oct 1737 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Marriage: 26 Dec 1737 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hallows – This parish
Mary Miln – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400

Burial: 19 Jan 1737/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallows – Daughter of William Hallows
Abode: Yorkshirestreet
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Mar 1737/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows
Abode: Spotland
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 2 Jun 1738 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of Edmund Blumley, the reputed father of Castleton & Martha Hallows, Singlewoman
Abode: Castleton
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 2446
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 25 Jul 1738 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Abigail Hallows, Spinster –
Abode: Kersley
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 25 Jul 1738 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Jane
Abode: Boothfold
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 15 Oct 1738 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Matthew Hollows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Haughside
Occupation: Colegeter
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 2552
Source: LDS Family Seach

Baptism: 10 Dec 1738 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 8 Feb 1738/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Abode: Toadlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 3 Mar 1738/9 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallows –
Ann Smith – Shawclough
Married by: John Walsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 11 Mar 1738/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hollow, Widdow –
Abode: Burshill
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Mar 1738/9 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows, Webster & Anne
Abode: Kersly
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 16 Mar 1739 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Robert Hallows – Son of James Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 29 Mar 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of William Hallows
Abode: Yorkshirestreet
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 9 Apr 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – Son of James Hollows & Martha, his wife
Abode: Brancheside
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 2708
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 27 Apr 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Abode: Branchroide
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 May 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Wife of Thomas Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 4 Jul 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollow – Wife of Ellis Hollow
Abode: Crankey shaw
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 4 Sep 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Leigh – This parish
Mary Hallows – This parish
Married by Thrice published
Source: LDS Film 2356400
Baptism: 17 Sep 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallows – Son of Ellis Hallows & Ann, his wife
Abode: Cronkeyshaw
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 2841
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 30 Sep 1739 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Arthur Hallows – Son of Charles Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Blacksmith
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 30 Sep 1739 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of John Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 1 Nov 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 8 Dec 1739 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallows –
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 25 Jan 1739/40 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows, Esqr. –
Abode: Ashworth
Source: LDS Film 1545698

Baptism: 19 Feb 1739/40 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows & Ann
Abode: Bankses
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 3 Mar 1739/40 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of Jonathan Feilden, the reputed father of Butterworth & Mary Hallows, Singlewoman
Abode: Castleton
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 2993
Source: LDS Family Seach

Baptism: 6 Apr 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mally Hallows – Daughter of Matthew Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Shawfield
Occupation: Colegetter
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 3020
Source: LDS Family Seach

Baptism: 27 May 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows – Daughter of Richard Hallows & Jane, his wife
Abode: Laneside
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 3070
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 28 Jun 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Yorkshire Street
Occupation: Weaver
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 3101
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 25 Jul 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallows – Wife of Robert Hallows
Abode: Ladyhouse
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 12 Aug 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Daniel Hallows –
Abode: Spotland Bridge
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 29 Oct 1740 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of John Hallows & Mary, his w.
Abode: Blackley
Occupation: Weav.
Source: LDS Film 1545698
Burial: 29 Nov 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hollows –
Abode: Ladyhouse
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Dec 1740 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hollows – Son of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Marland
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 31 Dec 1740 St Katharine, Blackrod, Lancashire, England
John Leigh – Dean
Martha Hallows – Dean
Notes: married at Blackrod
Register: Marriages 1740 – 1754, Page 104, Entry 1
Source: LDS Film 2148001
Burial: 14 Jan 1740/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hollows – Daughter of Charles Hollows
Abode: Coldwho
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Mar 1740/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of William Hollows
Abode: Baene
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 17 Mar 1740/1 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Wife of Ellis Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 19 Apr 1741 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hallows –
Abode: Ogden
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 12 Nov 1741 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallows –
Abode: Kersly
Occupation: Shopkeeper
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 23 Nov 1741 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of John Crook, the reputed father of Prestwick Parrish & Ann Hallows, Singlewoman
Abode: Rochdale
Occupation: Carpenter
Register: Baptisms 1730 – 1742, Page 1, Entry 3461
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 25 Nov 1741 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Charles Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Blacksmith
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 27 Dec 1741 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of Ann Hallows
Abode: Loweryates
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 2 Jan 1741/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows, Wid. –
Abode: Loweryates
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Jan 1742 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Rachel Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Clifton
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Burial: 18 Mar 1741/2 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 22 Mar 1741/2 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows
Abode: Whitewellbottom
Source: Original Parish Register

Baptism: 4 Apr 1742 Holy Trinity, Littleborough, Lancashire, England
Matthew Hallows – Son of Richard Hallows & Jane, his wife
Abode: Laneside
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 23 May 1742 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows
Abode: Outwood
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Marriage: 19 Sep 1742 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Husbn., this parish
Mary Kirshaw – wid., this parish
Married by Bans
Register: Marriages 1540 – 1752, Page 106, Entry 15
Source: Private Transcription
Marriage: 23 Sep 1742 St Mary, Todmorden, Lancashire, England
John Farrar –
Alice Hollows – Walsden
Register: Marriages 1625 – 1754 from the Bishop’s Transcripts, Entry 299
Source: Bishop’s Transcripts at Lancashire Archives Preston
Burial: 3 Oct 1742 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows, Widow –
Abode: Bell
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 20 Oct 1742 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows –
Betty Chadwick – Brandwood
Married by: John Walsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 25 Dec 1742 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows & Mary, his w.
Abode: Blackley
Occupation: Weav[er]
Source: LDS Film 1545698
Marriage: 22 Apr 1743 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Blacksmith, Dean parish
Elizabeth Whittaker – widow, Outwood
Married by Banns
Register: Marriages 1713 – 1752, Page 174
Source: LDS Film 2113205
Marriage: 7 May 1743 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallows –
Martha Gregory – Deinhead
Married by: John Walsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 16 Nov 1743 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows & Martha
Abode: Grimes
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 20 Nov 1743 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Elizabeth
Abode: Shayford
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 5 Dec 1743 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallows – Son of Wm. Holt, the reputed father of Rochdale & Mary Hallows, Spinster
Abode: Castleton
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 529
Source: LDS Family Seach
Burial: 29 Jan 1743/4 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows & Martha
Abode: Grimes
Source: Original Parish Register
Marriage: 3 Feb 1743/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hayward – this parish
Susan Hallows – this parish
Married by 3 times pub. by: Edward Bolton, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 Feb 1743/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows –
Abode: Blackithill
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Feb 1743/4 St Katharine, Blackrod, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallow – Daughter of Willam Hallow
Register: Baptisms 1727 – 1782, Page 13, Entry 17
Source: LDS Film 2148001
Burial: 29 Feb 1743/4 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallows – Son of Mary Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 27 Mar 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – this parish
Betty Lodge – this parish
Married by 3 times pub. by: Edward Bolton, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 27 Mar 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hollows – Wife of Samuel Hollows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Burial: 14 May 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hollows – Daughter of Mary Hollows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 15 May 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Robert Hallows – this parish
Mary Clegg – this parish
Married by 3 times pub. by: Edward Bolton, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 28 May 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallows – Son of George Clegg, the reputed father of Hundersfield & Mary Hallows, Spinster
Abode: Whitworth
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 648
Source: LDS Family Seach
Marriage: 10 Jun 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallows – this parish
Elizabeth Schofield – this parish
Married by 3 times pub. by: Edward Bolton, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Jun 1744 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows, min. – Daughter of John Hallows, Weav[er] & Mary, his w.
Abode: Blackley
Source: LDS Film 1545698
Baptism: 29 Jul 1744 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Charles Hollows
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Blacksmith
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 19 Aug 1744 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Anna Hollows – Daughter of John Hollows
Abode: Outwood
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 18 Sep 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
William Hallows – Son of Margaret Hallows
Abode: Longacres
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 30 Sep 1744 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Betty, his wife
Abode: Churchlane
Occupation: Hatter
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 747
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 4 Jan 1744/5 St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Anne Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows & Mary, his w.
Abode: Blackley
Occupation: Weav[er]
Source: LDS Film 1545698
Baptism: 24 Mar 1744/5 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows & Martha
Abode: Grimes
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 1 Apr 1745 St Mary, Oldham, Lancashire, England
James Schofield – Oldham
Mary Hallows –
Performed at: Shaw Chapel
Register: Marriages 1744 – 1754, Page 3, Entry 12
Source: LDS Film 1656117
Burial: 28 Apr 1745 St Katharine, Blackrod, Lancashire, England
Ater Hollowe –
Register: Burials 1727 – 1782, Page 78, Entry 5
Source: LDS Film 2148001
Burial: 5 Jul 1745 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of Robart Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 7 Jul 1745 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of Samuel Hallows & Jane, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Labourer
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 972
Source: LDS Family Seach

Baptism: 19 Jul 1745 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Mary Hollows – Daughter of James Hollows & Mary
Abode: Outwood
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 26 Jul 1745 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Betty
Abode: Greens
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Burial: 3 Aug 1745 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Hallows –
Abode: Bank
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 31 Mar 1746 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Bridge – this parish
Mary Hallows – this parish
Married by 3 times pub. by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 25 Apr 1746 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Hallows – Daughter of Matthew Hallows & Elizabeth
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library

Baptism: 29 Jun 1746 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Daughter of James Wallwork, the reputed father & Ann Hallows, Singlewoman
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 1273
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 2 Jul 1746 St Katharine, Blackrod, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallow – Daughter of Willam Hallow
Register: Baptisms 1727 – 1782, Page 15, Entry 15
Source: LDS Film 2148001
Baptism: 21 Sep 1746 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of William Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Weavr.
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 1322
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 12 Oct 1746 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows – Daughter of Robert Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Churchlane
Occupation: Butcher
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 1338
Source: LDS Family Seach
Baptism: 3 Jan 1747 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows – Daughter of John Hallows & Anne
Abode: Outwood
Occupation: Webster
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 4 Jan 1746/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of William Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 11 Jan 1746/7 Holy Trinity, Littleborough, Lancashire, England
Mally Hallows – Daughter of Richd. Hallows & Jane
Abode: Laneside
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 16 Feb 1746/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows – Wife of William Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Feb 1746/7 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – [Child] of Ellis Hallows & Martha
Abode: Deanhead
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 17 Jun 1747 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Betty
Abode: Greens
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Baptism: 11 Oct 1747 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Charles Hollows – Son of Charles Hollows & Elizabeth
Abode: Kersley
Occupation: Smith
Source: Manchester Central Library

Burial: 9 Nov 1747 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of Saml. Hallows
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Marriage: 17 Nov 1747 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Turnor –
Sarah Hallows –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 24 Jan 1747/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jane Chadwick – Daughter of William Hallows, the reputed ffather of Spotland & Betty Chadwick, Singlewoman
Abode: Spotland
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 1731
Source: LDS Family Seach

Baptism: 22 Feb 1747/8 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Martha Hallows – Daughter of Saml. Hallows & Jane, his wife
Abode: Blackwater
Occupation: Labourr.
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 1763
Source: LDS Family Seach

Burial: 10 Apr 1748 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows –
Abode: Blackwater
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 25 Jul 1748 St Katharine, Blackrod, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hallow – Son of Willam Hallow
Register: Baptisms 1727 – 1782, Page 17, Entry 20
Source: LDS Film 2148001
Baptism: 13 Nov 1748 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of Robert Hallows & Mary, his wife
Abode: Churchlane
Occupation: Butcher
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 1965
Source: LDS Family Seach
Marriage: 15 Nov 1748 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Hoyle –
Ann Hallows –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 29 Nov 1748 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Brearley –
Mary Hallows –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Jan 1748/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Hanna Hallows – Daughter of Jonan. Hallows & Ann, his wife
Abode: Toadlane
Occupation: Labourr.
Register: Baptisms 1741 – 1749, Entry 2015
Source: LDS Family Seach
Marriage: 12 Jan 1748/9 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Susan Hindle – Newchurch
Married by: John Walsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Marriage: 7 Feb 1748/9 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Wm. Hallows –
Mary Rothwell –
Register: Marriages 1699 – 1754, Page 36, Entry 2006
Source: LDS Film 559158

Baptism: 24 Mar 1748/9 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Mathew Hallows – [Child] of James Hallows & Susan
Abode: Newchurch
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 4 Apr 1749 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of James Hallows & Mary
Abode: Outwood
Occupation: Weaver
Notes: [edge of page torn]
Source: Manchester Central Library
Burial: 6 Apr 1749 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – Son of Robt. Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 23 Jul 1749 St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallowes – Daughter of Wm. Hallowes
Born: 7 Jul 1749
Abode: Bury
Register: Baptisms 1749 – 1758, Page 2, Entry 7
Source: LDS Film 559157
Baptism: 26 Jul 1749 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Elizabeth
Abode: Greens
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Burial: 6 Aug 1749 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ann Hallows –
Abode: Shawfield
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Oct 1749 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Abode: Whitworth
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 30 Nov 1749 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Oddy –
Sarah Hallows – Miller-Barn
Married by: John Walsh Curate
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 9 Dec 1749 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows alias Scholfield – Son of John Dawson, the reputed father & Betty Hallows alias Scholfield, of Marland, singlewoman
Abode: Broadhalge
Source: LDS Film 1342495 and 1545748
Marriage: 8 Jan 1749/50 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallows –
Alice Whitehead –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 1 Apr 1750 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Andrew Hallows – Son of Robert Hallows & Mary
Abode: Church lane
Occupation: Butcher
Register: Baptisms 1750 – 1751, Entry 1
Source: LDS film 2356400

Burial: 26 Apr 1750 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Jane
Abode: Newchurch
Source: Original Parish Register

Burial: 5 May 1750 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hallows –
Abode: Coldwell
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 29 Aug 1750 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows –
Abode: Stid
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 15 Sep 1750 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Charles Hallows – Son of James Hallows
Abode: Coldwell
Source: LDS Family Search

Baptism: 25 Dec 1750 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – [Child] of James Hallows & Susan
Abode: Newchurch
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register

Marriage: 27 Jan 1750/1 St Mary the Virgin, Deane, Lancashire, England
Joseph Mangnall –
Hannah Hallows –
Register: Marriages 1686 – 1751, Page 586, Entry 15
Source: Private Transcription
Burial: 10 Mar 1750/1 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Mary Hallows, Puella –
Abode: Newchurch
Source: Original Parish Register
Baptism: 31 Mar 1751 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Edmund Hallows – [Child] of John Hallows & Betty
Abode: Tunstead
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register

Baptism: 5 Apr 1751 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallows – Son of John Hallows
Abode: Outwood
Occupation: Weaver
Source: Manchester Central Library

Marriage: 16 Jul 1751 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallows –
Dorothy Greenwood –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 25 Aug 1751 Holy Trinity, Littleborough, Lancashire, England
Richd. Hallows – Son of Jonan. Hallows & Darathy
Abode: Blackstonehedge
Source: LDS Family Search
Marriage: 17 Nov 1751 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Fletcher –
Mary Hallows –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 8 Dec 1751 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of Jonathan Hallows & Ann
Abode: Toadlane
Occupation: Labourer
Register: Baptisms 1751, Page Dec, Entry 6
Source: LDS film 2356400
Baptism: 1 Jan 1752 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Dan Hallows – Son of Robert Hallows & Mary
Abode: Churchlane
Occupation: butcher
Register: Baptisms 1752, Page Jan, Entry 1
Source: LDS film 2356400
Burial: 20 Feb 1752 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows – Son of Betty Hallows
Abode: Sandhole
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 27 Mar 1752 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Dan. Hallows – Son of Robt. Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 1 Apr 1752 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
John Hallows, Senex –
Abode: Bacop
Source: Original Parish Register
Burial: 6 May 1752 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ellis Hallows –
Abode: Toadlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Baptism: 10 May 1752 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Betty Hallows – Daughter of Jas. Hallows & Alice
Abode: Coldwell
Occupation: weavr.
Performed at: St Mary Chapel
Register: Baptisms 1752, Page May, Entry 10
Source: LDS film 2356400
Burial: 1 Sep 1752 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Sarah Hallows – Daughter of Robert Hallows
Abode: Churchlane
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 10 Oct 1752 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
James Hollows – Son of Charles Hollows
Source: Manchester Central Library
Baptism: 28 Oct 1752 St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Lancashire, England
Susan Hollows – [Child] of John Hollows & Eliz.
Abode: Tunstead
Baptised by: John Welsh Curate
Source: Original Register
Marriage: 5 Mar 1753 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Wrigley –
Martha Hallows –
Married by: Joseph Haigh, Curate
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 5 Apr 1753 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Alice Hallows –
Abode: Cronshaw
Source: LDS Family Search
Burial: 29 May 1753 St Saviour, Ringley, Lancashire, England
Charles Hallows – Son of Charles Hallows
Abode: Kersley
Source: Manchester Central Library
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