|b. c1612||Marden, Co Kent||[NEHGR 55:213, TAG 15:70]|
|d. 16 August 1668||Guilford Conn||[Chittenden1 5-12]|
|m. c1625||England||[Botterton] [Chittenden1 5-12]|
|b. 17 March 1559/60||St Dunstan, Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 55: 213]|
|d. bd 1 November 1626||St Dunstan, Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 55: 213]|
|m. 17 October 1610||[NEHGR 55:213]|
 Joan Jordan
[TAG 15: 69-80] Joan Jordan married 1) ``Jhon'' Kitchell 17 May 1596 at St George's Church, Beckenham, Kent. They had 4 children recorded at Hayes, Kent: Frances, Elizabeth, Joan, and Robert. John Kitchell was buried at Hayes 20 March 1601/2. JJ married 2) probably Thomas Lake and had a son Richard baptized at Hayes, Kent 13 March 1607/8. It is likely that ES had a second wife, the widow Jane Down. ES of Canterbury and JJ of Shoram married each other as third spouses. The settled at Cranbrook shortly after the death of ES' uncle William Scheafe of Cranbrook in 1616. Children of ES and JJ were Joan, Harman, Jacob, Mary and Mary between c1612 and 1620. Complete will given pp75-80.
|b. c1532||[NEHGR 137:291-305]|
|d. bu 6 September 1604||Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 137:291-305]|
|m. c1564||[NEHGR 55:211]|
|b. 1536||[NEHGR 55:210]|
|d. November 1609||Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 55:211]|
see TAG 22:89-91.
|b. September 1510||[NEHGR 137:293]|
|d. bef 24 September 1557||Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 137:293]|
|m. c1534||[NEHGR 55:209]|
 Elizabeth Andrews
|d. bd 15 October 1564||Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 55:209]|
[NEHGR 137:291-305] EAs identity is based on the mention in her will of ``my brother John Androw''. A search of the Andrews wills of likely date reveals but one prospect, Gyles Andrews of Cranbrook.
The will of EA is dated 7 October 1564 and proved 26 November 1564. ``... to my son William my best joined bed with my best featherbed, a bolster and the curtains thereto belonging, and my best covering, and a bed covering, two pair of blankets, two pari of my best sheets, and three pillows cases .... my down bed in my principal chamber, with a flock bed pertaining to the same ... all my stained hangings in my best chamber, and a great chest standing in the said chamber, and new press also standing in the same chamber, my cupboard standing in the hall, and the hangings in the hall ... a standard in the hall, a joined form and three joined stools, five pewter platters, five pewter dishes, 3 saucers and a pewter salt ... four pair of canvass sheets, one of my best table cloths, one of my best towels & two lockeram towels and a dozen of my best napkins, 4 candlesticks and a chafing dish, two brass pans, three dozen trenchers, and a goblet of silver with a cover, and five silver spoons, a spit, a brandiron & a trivet ... a pewter pot and three jug pots. ...''
|b. c1470||[NEHGR 137:291-305]|
|d. July 1520||St Dunstan, Cranbrook, Co Kent||[NEHGR 55:209]|
 Alice Hendley
[NEHGR 137:291-305] TS, the first of that name on record at Cranbrook. He was probably a descendant of one of the Flemish cloth manufacturers brought into England by Edward III. A Thomas Scheafe, a marbler, d 1480 at Norwich, testate, leaving a wife Marion but without mention of children. It is possible that Alice was a Hendley as her son Richard made a bequest to his cousin Walter Hendley.
Dewayne E. Perry
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