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Poe Family in Nottinghamshire England

 

From:

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/mss/online/online-mss-catalogues/cats/an_presentment_bills_304.html

 

Blue highlights Poe family. Green names connect to Poe in other Notts records.  Bold type names that are associated with Poe in Essex / Caroline County, Virginia between 1704 and c1740

 

AN/PB 304/2/32

19.10.1663

Nottingham (St Peter)
Michaelmas 1663
Churchwardens present the following: Mary Smith, widow, for denying to pay her levy to the church, 1s 2d; John Barrow and his wife for not coming to divine service; James Starre for refusing to pay his church levy, 1s, and for denying his daughter Christian burial; Will. Wattson and his wife for not coming to divine service and for not paying his church levy, 3s; Tho. Pepper for not offering his child to be baptized, and his wife for not returning thanks for her deliverance; Stephen Robinson for not coming to divine service, and for denying the clerk's wages, 1d; John Peirson for not giving his wife Christian burial; Edward Poe for not coming to divine service, and not giving his child Christian burial; John Drury for a common fame with Mary Wright; Will. Hallam for working on holy days, 'Myhallmus [Michaelmas] day'; Christopher Foster and his wife for not coming to the church; Joseph Barnsfeather and his wife for not coming to the church.
Written in another hand, 'emat in 17 dec.'

 

 

 

AN/PB 304/3/33

29.4.1664

Nottingham (St Peter)
Easter 1664
Churchwardens present the following: the chancel is out of repair; George Langford, gent., for not bringing his child to be baptized; the wife of the said Langford for not coming to return thanks after childbirth; Tho. Pepper for refusing to pay his church levy of 4d, and his wife for not returning thanks after childbirth; John Owin for not offering his child baptism, and his wife for not returning thanks; Willm Watson for not paying the church levy, 3s; the said Willm Watson and Sarah his wife for not coming to divine service for the last three months, or for receiving the sacrament of the Lord's Supper; James Starre for not paying his church levy, 1s, and for not coming to divine service or receiving the sacrament; Edward Poe and his wife for not coming to divine service, nor receiving the sacrament; Thomas Gretton and Anne his wife for the same; Joh. Barrow and Mary his wife for the same; Joseph Barnefeather and his wife for the same; Christoph Foster and his wife for the same; Geo. Cooke, gent., for a common fame with Mary, wife of Nich. Towle; Robt Alvy, baker, for a common fame with Doroth. Standish; Robt Softly for co-habiting as husband and wife without marriage [name of woman not given]; Tho. Smith and his wife for not coming to divine service and for not receiving the sacrament; Samuell Collins for the same, and his wife; Mrs Savile for the same; Mary Cooke, spinster, for the same; John Coates and his wife for the same; Edward Turner for refusing to pay his church levy, 3d; Mary Barrowe, Tho. Pepper and Anne his wife, Edward Poe, John Drewry senior, Mary Wright, Christ. Foster, Joseph Barnefeather and Joh. Stanley for standing excommunicate.
Place name given as St Peeters in Nottingham.
Written in another hand, 'emat in p[ar]t 12 No. 64. reliqui stant exti'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/4/32

28.10.1664

Nottingham (St Peter)
Michaelmas 1664
Churchwardens present the following: the chancel is out of repair; the wife of Mr Thomas Gamble for not coming to divine service for the last three months, and for not receiving the sacrament of the Lord's Supper last Easter; the wife of Mr Whitchurch, deceased, for the same; John Barrow and Mary his wife, John Coates and his wife, Mr John Sudbury, Willm Watson and his wife, and James Starre for the same; Ornan Ellis for standing excommunicate; John Barrow, Thomas Pepper and his wife, Edward Poe, John Drury senior, Mary Wright, Joseph Barnfather, and John Stanley for the same; John Pierson for not paying his oblations last Easter and for not paying other dues; Latimer Walker for the same ['mortuus ante detectionem exh' - dead before the presentment was exhibited - added in another hand]; Simon Poe for the same; Nicolas Freckingham, John Owin and Tho. Farmery for the same; Mr Thomas Bretton for disturbing the minister in executing the office of burial on 12 November 1664; Willm Hilton, John Wilkinson, John Barrow, Willm Smalley, Willm Hall, John Cobbuck and Willm Cobbuck for the same.
Place name given as Sti Petri in Nott.
Written in another hand, 'ex[amina]t 22 Nov. 1664', 'emat in p[ar]t 8 xbris 1664', and 'reliqui stant excom'ti'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/5/43

11.4.1665

Nottingham (St Peter)
Easter 1665
Churchwardens present the following: Mr Willm Parker for not paying his church levy, 3s 6d; Mrs Alce Jepson for the same, 3s 4d; Willm Wattson for the same, 4s, and for not coming to divine service; James Starre for not paying his church levy, 1s 6d, and for not coming to divine service; Willm Glassop for not paying his church levy, 6d, and for not coming to divine service; Tho. Pepper for not paying his church levy, 6d, and for not coming to divine service; Edward Poe for the same, 4d; Mr Thomas Gretton for not coming to divine service and for not receiving the sacrament of the Lord's Supper; the wife of Mr Thomas Gamble for the same; the wife of Mr Savile for the same; Mary Cooke for the same; Robt Harrison for not baptising his child, and his wife for not returning thanks after delivery; the wife of Barnabas Lilly for not giving her husband Christian burial; John Barrow for not coming to divine service and for not receiving the sacrament of the Lord's Supper; John Coates for the same.
Written in another hand, 'emat in xxiij Junij 1665'.

 

--- Sutton is so prominently associated with Poe in Essex County, VA that I include a few Sutton records here. Many Rowze (Rouse, etc.) records in Essex County.

 

AN/PB 304/5/28

11.4.1665

Nottingham (St Mary)
Easter 1665
One churchwarden and three sidesmen present the following: Richd Sutton, Edward Symson, Samuell Blacknay, Isaacke Parker, Willm Whittington, Thomas Burley, Susannah wife of Francis Armstrong, John Recklesse and his wife, Richd Sutbury and Ellin his wife, Jonathan Newham and his wife, John Kirke, Henry Holmes, John Harby, John Rowse and his wife, Harrald Gamble, Mathew White, Christop[er] Foster and his wife and Joseph Barnfether for not coming to their own parish church to divine service; Jonathan Sympson and his wife, and the wife of Thomas Hearson for leaving their own parish church and going to other churches.
Place name given as St Maryes in Nottingham.
Written in another hand, 'emat in p[ar]t 26 Julij 1665'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/9/23

18.11.1667

Mansfield
Michaelmas 1667
Churchwardens present the following for standing excommunicate and not submitting themselves nor obtaining the benefit of absolution: Robt Hatfield, Sam. Halton and his wife, Tymoth. Garland and Judith his wife, Sam. Clay and his wife, Henry Does and his wife, Wm Barker and his wife, Michael Salter and his wife, Rich. Brownloe, Wm Salter, David Gifford and his wife, John Cawood, Susan Hubberd, Sarah Ely, the wife of John Heath, the wife of Christopher Reynoldes, Anne the wife of Francis Wilson, Elizabeth the wife of Henry Heath, Anne Poole, Julian Oldham, Elizabeth Petty, Mary Snowden, Catherine Thomlinson, John Ufton, Elizabeth Meeres, Mary the wife of John Whitakers, John Westwood, Anne South, Anne Rawson, John Camme, Thom. Grace, Sarah Ely junior, Daniell Clay and Lydia his wife; John Gifford, George Dunne, Robt Moor, Richard Parker, Anne Cotton, Catherine Plumtree, Alice Scofield, John Dunne, the wife of Wm Dickenson, Edward Flint, Dennys Scofield junior, Thomas Wattes, [blank] Manwaring, Gregory Betney, Thom. Shenton, John Barloe and his wife, Robt Harryson and his wife, Solomon Gifford, George Gifford, David Gifford junior, Widow Poe, Lawrence Parsons, Richard Preston, Julian Slater, Hellen Boljam, Robt Cooke and his wife, the wife of Thomas Wood, Percivall Finch, Thom. Tomlinson, Ellis Cawood, John Hall, John Morfett and Alice Booth; for not coming to divine service, Samuell Barkes and his wife, Josiah Barkes, Samuel Barkes' eldest son, Widow Senior, Abraham Senior, the wife of Gabriell Alvye, and John Trentham; for fornication, or suspicion thereof, Edward Thomlinson and Edith Hawood, and John Junkes and Widow Junkes.
Written in another hand next to the presentment of the people for not attending church, 'cita[t]io emanat in ii Aprilis'; written next to the presentments concerning fornication, 'simlr in 28 Julij'.

 

 

 

AN/PB 304/10/25

20.4.1668

Mansfield
Easter 1668
Churchwardens present the following for standing excommunicate and not obtaining the benefit of absolution: Robert Hatfield, Samuell Halton and his wife, Tymothy Garland and Judith his wife, Samuell Clay and his wife, Henry Dawes and his wife, Wm Barker and his wife, Michael Salter and his wife, Richard Brownloe, Wm Salter, David Gyfford, John Cawood, Susannah Hubbard, Sarah Ely - since married and lives at Leek in Staffordshire, the wife of John Heath, the wife of Christoph. Reynolds, Anne the wife of Francis Wilson, Elizab. the wife of Henry Heath, Anne Poole, Julian Oldham, Elizabeth Petty, Mary Snowden, Katherine the wife of Wm Tomlinson, John Ufton - removed to Somercoates [Somercotes] in Derbyshire, Elizabeth Meers - removed to Bingham, Mary the wife of John Whitacres, John Westwood, Anne South, Anne Rawson, John Camme - since removed, Thomas Grace, Sarah Ely the younger, Daniell Clay, John Gyfford, George Dunne, Robert Moor, Anne Cotton, Katherine Plumtree, Alice Scofield, Lydia the wife of Daniel Clay, John Dunne, the wife of Wm Dickenson, Edward Flint, Dyonise Scofield junior, Thomas Watts, John Manwaring, Gregory Betney, Thomas Shenton, John Barloe and his wife, Robert Harryson and his wife, Solomon Gyfford, George Gyfford, David Gyfford the younger, Widow Poe, Lawrence Parsons, Richard Preston, Julian Slater, Ellenor Boljam, Robert Cooke and his wife, the wife of Tho. Wood - since gone to London, Percivall Finch, Thom. Tomlyson, Elias Cawood, John Hall, John Morfet and Alice Booth; for not coming to divine Service: Thomas Balme, John Wright junior, John Trentham, Widow Senior, Abraham Senior, Widdow Senior's daughter, Widow Kitching the relict of Robt Kitching, Edward Dawes, Henry Dawes junior, Samuell Barkes and his wife and his son, Edward Rooe (? SEE APPENDIX BELOW. THIS MAY BE A DIFFERENT PERSON); the daughter of Nicholas Willoughby for fornication; Edward Buckland and his daughter in law for being in bed together; Edward Tomlinson and Edith Howorth for suspicion of fornication; Anne Downes for fornication; John Wright junior and Mary Reynoldson for suspicion of fornication; Robert Harryson and Widow Poe for a fame of fornication; the daughter of Widow Poe for a fame of fornication; Robert Clarke the cooper for not coming to divine service; Wm Ramshaw and Mary Coates for not coming to divine service.
Written in another hand, 'emat in 28 Julij'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/10/27

20.4.1668

Nottingham (St Mary)
Easter 1668
Churchwardens and sidesmen present the following: the church pavement is not kept in good repair, by the neglect of Mr Will. Burton and Mr Lawrence Athorpe, farmers of the impropriation; we have no terrier of the glebe lands belonging to the vicarage; Gabriell Coppock for being married out of his parish; [blank] Lady Smith, Marie Smith her daughter, and Edward Smith her son, for not coming to church to hear divine service; Anne Winter for lying under a common fame of adultery, her husband having not lived with her for the space of two years, and she having had two children in that time; James Porter for behaving himself irreverently in time of divine service by laughing; John Hall the younger for not causing his child to be brought to church and baptized; Will. Wilson, at the Sign of the Plough, for prophaning the Lord's Day by entertaining persons to tipple in time of divine service, particularly Robert Battie and Robert Brownloe the younger; Symon Poe for refusing to pay his church levy towards the repair of the church, being 4d; Henry Meares for the like, being 16d; Will. Bilbye junior for the like, 4d; John Hart for the like, 16d; Matt. Hutchinson for the like, 4d; Thomas Huthwayt, gen., for having private conventicles in his house, especially on Sunday 12 April; John Chamberlyn for the like, particularly on 5 April; John Walker for the like; Samuell Fillingha[m] for the like; and Joseph James for the like.
Written in another hand, 'emat con. Wilson in 28 of May', and 'p[ro] ceteris emat in 28 Julij'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/11/25

6.10.1668 (c)

Mansfield
Michaelmas 1668
Churchwardens present the following for standing excommunicate and not obtaining the benefit of absolution: Robert Hatfield, Samuel Halton and his wife, Tymothy Garland and Judith his wife, Samuel Clay and his wife, Henry Dawes and his wife, William Barker and his wife, Michael Salter, Richard Brownloe, William Salter, David Gyfford, John Cawood, Susan Hubberd, the wife of John Heath, Widow Reynolds, Anne the wife of Francis Wilson, Elizabeth the wife of Henry Heath, Anne Pool, Julian Oldham, Elizabeth Petty, Mary Snowden, Catherine Tomlinson, Mary Whittacres - formerly Mary Clay, John Westwood, Anne South, Anne Rawson, John Camme, Thomas Grace, Daniell Clay, John Gyfford, George Dunne, Robert Moore, Richard Parker - now removed, Anne Cotton, Catherine Plumtree, Alice Scofield, Lydia the wife of Daniel Clay, John Dunne, the wife of William Dickenson, Edward Flint, Dyonise Scofield junior - now removed, Thomas Watts, [blank] Manwaring, Gregory Betney, Thom. Shenton, John Barloe and his wife, Robert Harryson and his wife, Solomon Gyfford, George Gyfford, David Gyfford, Widow Poe, Lawrence Parsons, Richard Preston, Julian Slater, Hellen Boljam, Robert Cooke and his wife, the wife of Tho. Wood, Percivall Finch, Thomas Tomlinson, Elias Cawood, John Hall, John Morfit, Eliz. Booth, John Wright junior - now removed, Abraham Senior, Edward Dawes, Henry Dawes junior, Samuel Barkes, Edward Rooe(?), Josiah Barkes, Edward Tomlinson, Edith Hawood, Anne Downes, Mary Reynoldson, Robert Harryson and William Ramshaw; for not coming to divine service: John Trenthan, Widow Senior ['Alice' added in another hand], Gabriel Alvye and his wife, Widow Kitchin of Stockwelgate ['Elizabeth' added in another hand]; the daughter of Nicholas Willoughby ['Anne' added in another hand] for fornication; Susan[n]a Wright for clandestine marriage with Tho. Jackson.
No date given; found in bundle of presentment bills from Michaelmas 1668; majority of other items in bundle dated 6 October.
Written in another hand, 'emat 16to 9bris'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/12/15

23.4.1669

Gedling
Easter 1669
Churchwardens present the following: George Poe for not paying his church levy; Richard Barnes the younger for the like, being 4d; Willm Peight for the like, being 1 1/2d [this last presentment has been struck out].
Written in another hand, 'emat in 8 Junij'.

 

 

Bullock is associated in many Essex Co. VA records with the Poe family. The Ball family were neighbors of Poe in Essex Co. VA. Watson was close to Poe in Essex Co. as mentioned elsewhere on this page.

 

 

DocumentRef

AN/PB 341/8/36

RefNo

AN/PB/341/8/36

Title

churchwarden presentment, Ollerton, Retford deanery, 22.4.1639

DatesOfCreation

22.4.1639

Extent

1 f

ContentDescription

Churchwardens present the following: Robert Bullock, yeoman, for a popish recusant; John Ebdin and his wife, Clemence wife of Willm Yarwood, Griffin Watts, servingman, and Ellin Tuttle for the like; the said Robert Bullock has a child born of his wife, who has not been christened in our church or chapel; John Ebdin for refusing to pay his cessment, being 6d; Thomas Ball and Marie Parnell for adultery together, whereupon the said Marie has of late had a bastard child; Katherine Watson for not receiving the holy communion last Easter, she being an excommunicate person.

Written in another hand, 'emat in 27 Junij 1639 per parte' and written next to Katherine Watson's presentment, 'expr ult Maij'.

Term

religions, Roman Catholicism

Term

baptisms, refusal of

Term

taxation, church dues

Term

sexual conduct

Term

children, illegitimate

Term

religious observance, holy communion

Term

religious affairs, excommunication

 

 

It is interesting to find the Day family here. The Day family is connected to the Poe family that settled Bucks / Chester / Delaware County, Pennsylvania in the early 1700s. Researchers of that line claim and Irish heritage, however, I think the question of their origins is still an open question.

 

AN/PB 304/13/13

20.10.1669

Eastwood
Michaelmas 1669
Churchwardens present the following: Ann Cocker, widow, Bartholomew Masley, Joseph Potter and Sarah his wife, Willm Day and Ann Hancks, spinster, for standing excommunicate; Tho. Mee and Elizabeth Day, wife of the said Willm Day, for not coming to hear divine service for three months last past; Margrett Jackson, widow, for having a bastard child; the supposed father is Henry Cooke, a blacksmith of the same town; the said Willm Day, miller, and the said Elizabeth his supposed wife for not being married by banns publishing, nor by licence, as we are informed.
Written in another hand next to all the presentments except those concerning excommunication, 'emt in 9 9bris'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/12/25

23.4.1669

Mansfield
Easter 1669
Churchwardens present the following for standing excommunicate and not obtaining the benefit of absolution: Robert Hatfeild, Samuel Hawton and his wife, Timothy Garland and Judith his wife, Samuell Clay and his wife, Henry Daws and his wife, Will. Barker and his wife, Micheall Salter, Richard Browlor, William Salter, David Jefford, John Cawood, Susan[n]a Hubbard, Widow Heath, Ann the wife of Francis Wilson, Elizabeth the wife of Henry Heath the elder, Anne Poole, Julian Oldham, Elizabeth Petty, Mary Snowden, Katherine Tomlinson, John Upton, Elizabeth Meirs, Mary Clay, John Westwood, Anne South, Ane Rawson, John Camme, Thomas Grace, Sarah Elly, Daniell Clay, John Jefford, Georg Dun, Robt More, Richard Parker, An Cotton, Katherine Plumptree, Alice Scoffeild, Lydia Clay, John Dun, Widow Dickingson, Edward Flint, Denis Scoffeild junior, Thomas Watts, Gregory Bettney, Thomas Shetton, John Barlue and his wife, Robert Harrison and his wife, Solomon Jefford, Georg Jefford, Widow Poe, Larrunce Parsons, Richard Preston, Julian Slater, Ellen Boulgham, Robert Cook and his wife, the wife of Thomas Wood, Perciuall Finch, Thomas Tomlinson, Ellis Cawood, John Wright junior, Abraham Senior, Edward Dawes, Henry Dawes, Samuell Barkes, Edward Roe (note also the Roe family was in Essex Co, VA early on), Josias Barke, Edward Tomlinson, Edith Hawood, Anne Downes, Mary Renoldson, Robert Harrison, Will. Ramshaw, John Hall, John Morfitt, John Trentham, Allice Senior, widow, Elizabeth Kitching, widow, Gabriell Aluey, Anne Willowby and Rebecah Ely; the wife of Georg Dun for not coming to divine service; the wife of Robert More for not receiving the sacrament at Easter; Steeven Alseybrooke for suspicion of incontinency
Written in another hand, 'emt in 8 Junij'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/12/27

23.4.1669

Nottingham (St Mary)        (Note several names found in Essex Co. VA. Sutton was  a Poe neighbor in Essex)
Easter 1669
Churchwardens present the following: John Recklis for refusing to pay his assessment for the repair of St Mary's church; Henrey Meares, Jonathan Simpson, John Ricke, Phillp Dunn, John Hart, John Rowse, Widow Sutton, Thom. Winter, Edw. Poe, Antho. Kennion and Willm Bilby junior for the like; John Recklis for remaining excommunicate; Henrey Meares, Jonathan Simson, John Ricke, Phillip Dunn, John Hart, John Rouse and Edw. Poe (here spelled Poe) for the like; Willm Whittinton for absenting himself from his parish church; Richard Sudburey, Jonathan Newham and Susana wife of Francis Armstrong for the like; Elizabeth Caulton for having a bastard child, supposed by Rich. Sewell as the fame goes.
Written in another hand, 'emat in 8 Junij'.

 

 

AN/PB 304/13/27

1669 (c)

Nottingham (St Mary)
Michaelmas 1669
Anonymous list of people presented for standing excommunicate: Tho. Cockin, Will. Heb, Gab. Coppock, Ruth Hearson, Robt Vincent, Tho. Rotheram, Jo. Wreckles, Richd Sudbury, Will. Whittington, Jonath. Newha[m], Tobie Hardmeat, Elisab. Su[m]ner, James Porter, Jonath. Simson, Mary Sanders, Geo. Brown, Harold Gamble, Mat. White, Mary Bates, [Tho. Moor, crossed out], Henry Wright, Robt Hope, Ann Brinsley, Ellen Hoe, Ellen Bradon, Hester Malin, Will. Pollard, Tho. Limb, Alice Reinolds, Jo. Smaley, Simon Poe, Will. Kirkby, James Beardsley, Will. Watson, Tho. Pierson, Will. Wilson, Robt Batlie (could be Battaile found in Essex), Robt Brownloe, Richard Watkinson, Elisabeth Watkinson, John Mosse, John Hall junior, Ann Winter, Tho. Sayre junior and Mary his supposed wife, Dorothy Sutton, Robt Vernon, Elisab. Carlton and John Walker.
Place name not given, but identified as Nottingham St Mary from similarity to some previous presentment bills.
No date given; found in bundle of presentment bills from Michaelmas 1669.

 

 

 

 

DocumentRef

AN/PB 295/1/4

RefNo

AN/PB/295/1/4

Title

churchwarden presentment, Newark, Newark deanery, 30.4.1610

DatesOfCreation

30.4.1610

Extent

1 f

ContentDescription

'We' [vicar and churchwardens] present the following: Richard Poe for fornication with his woman servant; Willyam Poe for getting his wife with child before he married her; 'Uxor' Troupe for keeping wicked bad company in her house in the time of divine service on the Sabbath day; Henry Ireland for working on a holy day in time of divine service; Danyell Alexander for the same; James Leake for misdemeanour in church; Mr Rockesbye for not receiving the communion; Edward Kelstarne for not receiving the communion.

Roles of people signing the presentment not stated.

Place name given as Newarke.

Dated 30 April, year obscured by damage; written on the back in an early 18th century hand, 'Took out of the File for the year 1610'.

Term

sexual conduct

Term

religious observance, Sabbath-breaking

Term

social conduct, keeping bad company

Term

social conduct, misbehaviour in church

Term

religious observance, holy communion

 

 

DocumentRef

AN/PB 295/5/54

RefNo

AN/PB/295/5/54

Title

memorandum, Gedling, Nottingham deanery, 1614 (c)

DatesOfCreation

1614 (c)

Extent

1 f

ContentDescription

Anonymous memorandum: 'for as much as Francis Walker and Robert Pooe, churchwardens of Gelding doe present Robert Benet of the same towne and Isbel Berdsle for commiting fornicacion'...

Memorandum appears to break off; possibly a copy or partial draft.

No date given; found in series of presentment bills from 1614.

Term

sexual conduct

 

 

 

DocumentRef

AN/PB/302/84

RefNo

AN/PB/302/84

Title

churchwarden presentment, Gedling, Nottingham deanery, 10.4.1621

DatesOfCreation

10.4.1621

Extent

1 f

ContentDescription

Churchwardens present the following: Dorothei Poe for that she was delivered of a child on 3 March 1620 [Old Style] begotten and born out of wedlock; one Godfrey Hooten of Gedling on a common fame that he has committed fornication with the aforesaid Dorithei Poe; Simon Pickerd jnr, of Gedling, on a common fame that he has committed adultery with the same Dorithei Poe.

Place name given as Gedlin.

Written in another hand, 'em in 5 Maij'.

Term

sexual conduct

Term

children, illegitimate

 

 

DocumentRef

Pl E12/6/19/13/39

RefNo

Pl/E12/6/19/13/39

Title

Statutory declaration in support of title to a close of land in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire; 22 Nov. 1841

DatesOfCreation

22.11.1841

Extent

2 ff

ContentDescription

Forms part of the archival bundle Pl E12/6/19/13.

Declaration by
Thomas Poe of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, yeoman, as to his knowledge of a close of land on Nottingham Road in Mansfield.

 

 

APPENDIX

 

Watson family was associated with the Poe family in Essex County, VA. William Poe entered into a joint patent for Virginia land with a William Watson in 1737

 

A connection between the Essex County, VA Watson family and this one in Notts has not been made, but so far, we see a number of names from Notts showing up in Essex and associating with the Poe family.

 

Example of early record for Watson in Nottinghamshire.

 

(p 6)
Friday 30 March 1592. In the mansion of David Watson in East Retford.
One Office cause from Retford deanery.

 

AN/PB 304/7/31

30.4.1666

Nottingham (St Peter)
Easter 1666
Churchwardens present the following: Alice Birch for not paying her assessment for the repairs of the church, 8d; Willm Watson for the like, 4s 8d; Robt Shaw for the like, 1s 2d; Jonathan Saunders for the like, 8d; Willm Alvy for the like, 3s; Samuel Collins for not coming to divine service, and for not receiving the sacrament of the Lord's Supper; John Walker for the like, and for not bringing his child to be baptised; Willm Wogden junior for not coming to divine service and for not receiving the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
Written in another hand, 'emat in 13 xbris 1666'; written next to the name of Willm Alvy, '[exp]r 25 Junij'.

 

 

 

Edward Rooe / Roe

 

DocumentRef

Pl F5/4/202

RefNo

Pl/F5/4/202

Title

Assignment by Robert Waters to Edward Yeo of the annuity secured on Viscount Torrington's estates; 2 Dec. 1771. Assignment to Richard Brown and by him to Robert Hunter; 12 May and 3 Dec. 1773

DatesOfCreation

2.12.1771

DatesOfCreation

12.5.1773

Extent

2 membranes

ContentDescription

First Party: Robert Waters of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, Esq.

Second Party:
Edward Rooe Yeo of Normanton Turvile, Leicestershire, Esq.

Assignment by (1) to (2) of Lord Torrington's annuity and rentcharge (Pl F5/4/200).

Consideration: £2275

Endorsed, 12 May 1773:

Deed poll assignment of the annuity and rentcharge by Yeo to Richard Brown of Golden Square, Middlesex, Esq.

Consideration: £2100

Endorsed, 3 Dec. 1773:

Deed poll assignment by Brown to Robert Hunter of Marlborough Street, parish of St James, Westminster, perukemaker.

Consideration: £2127.

Term

financial affairs, 4th Viscount Torrington

 

Hoe alias for Hall

 

DocumentRef

AN/LB 223/1/13/1-6

RefNo

AN/LB/223/1/13

Title

Cause papers, Barlow v. Kerchevall (defamation); 17 Oct. 1616-2 May 1617

DatesOfCreation

17 Oct. 1616-2 May 1617

Extent

6 items

ContentDescription

Instance cause, Margaret Barlow alias Bathley of Scarrington in the parish of Orston, against Dorothy Kerchevall, widow, relict of James Kerchivall of Scarrington.

Libel, 31 Oct. 1616; personal answers of Dorothy Kerchevall, 28 Nov. 1616; depositions by Dorothy Hall of Scarrington, wife of Thomas
Hall alias Hoe, labourer, Isabella Selbie of Scarrington, wife of Richard Selbie, husbandman, and Isabella Redwaye of Scarrington, wife of Thomas Redwaye, labourer, 23 Jan. 1616 [old style]; sentence, read 6 Mar. 1616 [old style]; and bill of costs, charged 17 Oct. 1616 to 2 May 1617.

Language

Latin

Language

English

RelatedRecord

AN/LB/223/2/14

 

 

Berry Family was in Essex County, VA and latter associated with Poe in North Carolina

 

DocumentRef

AN/PB 340/4/20

RefNo

AN/PB/340/4/20

Title

churchwarden presentment, Elkesley, Retford deanery, 4.10.1631

DatesOfCreation

4.10.1631

Extent

1 f

ContentDescription

Churchwardens present the following: Thomas Berry for measuring ground on the Sabbath day.

Place name given as Elksley.

Written in another hand, 'emat in 25 Octob'.

Term

religious observance, Sabbath-breaking

 

DocumentRef

Pw A 2141/1-3

RefNo

PwA/2141

Title

Copy of a letter [from James Johnston]; 16 Feb. 1688

DatesOfCreation

16.2.1688

Extent

6 ff

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Acknowledges receipt of the recipient's letter of the 10th [Feb.] new style; says Sydney is sure that, after great debates, there will be no parliament and no war; states that when Sunderland thought there would be both he was 'in a manner mad' and there was 'no speaking to him; comments that he is now in the best humour in the world; informs him, however, that Mr Penn has seen the king [James II] and is of the opinion that there will be no war, but that there will be a parliament; refers to complaints from the deputies of Exeter that their cloth trade has been ruined by new taxes; says Penn is sure that before the year is ended, 'the king and the Prince of Orange should live in a perfect good understanding'.

States that Titus has claimed he will have nothing more to do with Penn and Sunderland, as a result of their attitude towards the Penal Laws and the Test; believes that the king and 'those of his persuasion' were never in such good humour; they have read the reflections on Fagel's letter, and commended them as well written; since then, however they have been informed of its effects, and are now angry; gives an account of a meeting between the king and Sir John
Berry; Berry told the king he would put no Popish officers into the navy 'for he was sure the seamen would knock them on the head'; records the king's anger at this.

Comments on the dispute between Sherridon and Lord Tyrconnel and says it was rumoured Sherridon would accuse Tyrconnel of entering into a treaty with the French king; states that a Test is to be put to all the officers there; recounts the story of people in Yorkshire digging up the bodies of Roman Catholics; says the queen is growing bigger; notes that the press is to be regulated so 'nothing can any more be printed here without a license'; comments on various papers which are being circulated, including the reflections on Fagel's letter; speculates on the authorship of some; is sure that there is a price on Burnet's head, although he is not sure of the particulars; refers to a source who claimed he knew all the details, but would not divulge them for fear of ruining himself.

The letter is dated 'Febr. 6/16 1688'.

The author is identified by the hand of the original.

Copy of Pw A 2142.

Copy made in 1733 and forming part of a bundle of papers sent from Holland to England and referred to in the papers of the 3rd Duke of Portland (Pw F 1261).

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politics, England

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intelligence, reports

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taxation, complaints about

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religious affairs, England

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royalty, audience with

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religions, Roman Catholicism, attitudes towards

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press, regulation of

 

 

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