Brokets of London 17th C - The Broket Archive

London Brokets 17th C

During the 17th C London grew at a phenomenal rate: “5% of England’s population lived there in 1600 and over 10% in 1700… survivors of about 1 in 8 English births became Londoners at some stage of their lives between 1580 and 1650, of 1 in 6 between 1650 and 1750… From 1575-1700 the majority of London marriage partners were immigrants.”1.

Contents of this Page:

  1. Introduction
  2. Alexander of Antwerp 1643
  3. Bannister 1652
  4. Bernard of Faringdon Without 1633
  5. Charles, Gentleman of Westminster 1618-1663
  6. Charles, Fishmonger b c 1619 d by 1660
  7. Edmond, Merchant Taylor & Citizen of St Gregory 1625-65
  8. John, Fishmonger of Southwark 1598-1626
  9. John, Fishmonger & Citizen b c 1602
  10. John of Newhaven Connecticut 1637
  11. John and Mary of St Nicholas Cole Abbey 1659-62
  12. John, Mariner of Stepney 1689/90
  13. Joseph, Cheesemonger of Southwark 1600-81
  14. Joseph, Cheesemonger of Southwark 1629-96
  15. Judith, Widow of Westminster d 1688
  16. Nicholas and Ann of Stepney 1620/30s
  17. Ralph and Alice of Clerkenwell 1678-87
  18. Thomas, Esq of London 1659
  19. Thomas, Clothworker & Citizen 1628-71
  20. Thomas, Cook, of St Giles, Middx 1676
  21. William, imprisoned 1628
  22. William of Lincoln’s Inn Fields 1685 and 97
  23. Singletons

Introduction

This was the century of the Great Fire of London—1666—preceded by a visitation of the Plague in 1665 in which thousands died. A new city rose from the ashes and with a population of over 500,000 was Europe’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. Not long before many had lost their lives in the Civil War 1642-6 and then in the following Commonwealth 1649-60 many records were lost or not kept.

The origins of several 17th C London Brokets are still unaccounted for, but records show that many came from the by-then indigenous Southwark clan, or immigrated from Hertfordshire branches. Some younger sons inevitably became poorer.

Alexander of Antwerp 1643

Alexander Brocket Merchant of Antwerp, Flanders, was freed from Southwark jail in London 3 Oct 1643 on condition “forthwith to depart this kingdom and … not to return without license of the Governor of Dover Castle.” Further details here.

Bannister 1632-1652

Son of John of Wheathampstead Esq and Mary Bannister. Will proved 20 Jul 1652, sole executor brother Thomas.2

Bernard of Faringdon Without 1633

Born 1595-1600, 3rd son of Rev Edmund Brocket of Luton and Graveley c 1565-1652/3. Recorded in a 1633-4 Visitation of London in a pedigree as “of Faringdon Without.3 In the 1636 administration of his estate given to wife Cecily he was referred to as “Barnard BROCKETT of St Bri[des?], London”. Further details here.

Charles Gent of Westminster 1618-1663

Son of John of Wheathampstead Esq and Mary Garroway. Will proved 11 Feb 1662/3, executors Thomas and Edmond Brockett and Mr William Rolfe.4 Inventory of the goods and chattells of Charles Gent of Westminster 1663.5 He had a contemporary namesake kinsman in London: Charles, a Fishmonger, see below.

Charles Fishmonger b c 1619 d before 1660

Charles gained his freedom from apprenticeship in 1638, therefore was born c 1619—apprenticeship terms were commonly arranged so as to expire at 21.6 He had a contemporary namesake kinsman in London: Charles, Gent, see above. He died before 1660, the year his widow Joane apprenticed their son Charles to herself.7

Edmond Merchant Taylor & Citizen 1625-65

Son of John of Caswell Esq. Merchant Taylor. The Merchant Taylor’s Company8 recorded Edmond being presented 4 Apr 1646 and freed 4 May 1653, by master Thomas Pendleton. Freedom usually coincided with the age of 21, but Edmond was 28. The only other known contemporary Edmund was the son of Edmund, Vicar of Luton, bap 1605—too early to have been an apprentice 1646-53.

Edmond died of the plague in 1665 in London in difficult financial circumstances and a dispute arose over the execution of his Will9 between his widow Judith (d 1688) and the executor, kinsman Thomas Brockett.10 John and Richard Hare were among the defendants.

John Fishmonger bap 1598 d 1626-28

Son of Thomas and Anne of Southwark. Admitted by patrimony to the freedom of the Fishmongers‘ Livery Company 16 Oct 1620, the year his father died.11 Paid quarterly Company membership fees of 12d for 1622-4 and 16d for 1624-6,12 but was registered dead for 1626-28.13

John Fishmonger & Citizen b c 1602 d bef 1683

John, 2nd s/o of John Brockett Gent of Codicote, became an apprentice Fishmonger to Thomas Johnson in 1615.14 Two sons and a grandson of his did became apprentice Fishmongers after him, and he apprenticed his brother Charles too. Married Mary MATTHEWS. Gained his freedom 1622.15

John Brockett of Newhaven Connecticut 1637

John is said to have been a member of Rev John Davenport’s Puritan congregation of St Stephen’s Coleman St before sailing with a number of them on the Hector, arriving Boston 26 June 1637, but there is no evidence for this. A careful search through the contemporary Parish Registers of St Stephen’s Coleman St yielded no Broket entries. Further details here.

John and Mary of St Nicholas Cole Abbey 1659-62

John, Fishmonger, and Mary had children baptised St Nicholas Cole Abbey, Old Fish St:16

  1. Mary 2 Oct 1659
  2. John 13 Jan 1660—probably the Mariner who invested in a ship bound for the West Indies c 1688.
  3. Anne 3 May 1662.

John would have been s/o John and Mary MATTHEWS. Fishmonger records show a son Samuel b c 1670, otherwise apparently unrecorded. St Nicholas Cole Abbey was destroyed in the Great Fire 1666.

John Brocket of Stepney Mariner 1689/90

John Brocket of Stepney Middlesex Mariner had invested in a ship bound for the West Indies searching for wrecks.17 It arrived Jamaica Aug 1688 where the Captain took 54 men on board when only 22 were the complement and set up as a Privateer. Was he baptised 1660 s/o John and Mary of St Nicholas Cole Abbey, above? He wrote his Will 28 Jan 1708, leaving everything to John Brocket of the Middle Temple Esq, presumably his first cousin. It was proved 27 Mar 1723.18

Joseph of Southwark Cheesemonger 1600-81

Son of Thomas and Anne of Southwark. Apprenticed 1619 to John Crowder of Southwark. Admitted to freedom of the Merchant Taylors’ Company 1628. Mentioned in brother Thomas’ Will 1652/3; and in Thomas Harvard of Southwark’s Will 1636;19 executor of Wills of sons John 1669 and Francis 1680. Bur 19 Jul 1681 St Saviour’s, Southwark. Will written 11 Jul 1681, proved 23 Jul 1681 Commissary of Surrey.

Joseph married 1st 11 Nov 1628 Mary daughter of William SMITH, Mercer of Stratford-upon-Avon; bequeathed 20s for a ring in the Will of Rose Raysing of St Bride’s London.20 Their children:

  1. Joseph, bap 17 Sep 1629 St Saviour’s, Southwark.
  2. Thomas, bap 3 Jan 1632/3 St Saviour’s, bur there 2 Feb 1633/4.
  3. Mary, bap 21 Dec 1634 St Saviour’s, bur there 18 May 1635.
  4. John of Southwark, Cheesemonger, bap St Saviour’s 22 Nov 1635. Bequeathed £5 in Thomas Harvard of Southwark’s Will 1636.21 Will written 28 Oct 1665, proved 17 Sep 1669 Archd. Surrey.
  5. Thomas, bap 2 Feb 1637/8 St Saviour’s. Died young?
  6. Francis, Rev, bap 29 Sep 1639 St Saviour’s. Pupil at St Olave’s Grammar School, Orpington, Kent. Student at Queen’s College Cambridge 1658-65. Master of Dulwich College Surrey 1664-80. Bur 18 Sep 1680 St Saviour’s. Will written 12 Dec 1678, proved 28 Sep 1680 Archd Surrey.
  7. William, bap 27 Aug 1640 St Saviour’s. He was probably the Mr William Brocket working across the river at Lincoln’s Inn Fields 1685 and the William Brockett Gent of St Margaret’s Westminster who married Mrs Sarah CARRELL of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, 2 Sep 1708 in Ely Cathedral, and died 1719. No known issue.
  8. Abigall, bap 10 Jul 1642 St Saviour’s. Married Peter DOBBS of Bermondsey Surrey, Tanner.22
  9. Benjamin, bap 12 Oct 1643 St Saviour’s. Died young?
  10. Job, Rev., bap St Saviour’s. Student at Queen’s College Cambridge 1662-70. Master of Dulwich College Surrey 1701-5. Died 2 Jan 1705/6, bur Dulwich College Chapel. Will written 11 May 1704, proved 9 Jan 1704/5.23
  11. Sarah, bap 27 Dec 1647 St Saviour’s. Died young?
  12. Susanna, bap 25 Feb 1651/2 St Saviour’s. Married 1st William GARDYNER,24 2nd Thomas WOOD of Croydon.25

Joseph married 2nd26 Jane WRIGHT.27 No children.

Joseph of Croydon Cheesemonger 1629-96

Son of Joseph of Southwark Cheesemonger. Bap 17 Sep 1629 St Saviour’s, Southwark. Admitted to freedom of Merchant Taylors’ Company by patrimony 1652. Bequeathed £5 in the Will of Rose Raysing of St Bride’s London.28 Married 1st Mary … (bur Croydon). Children:

  1. Henry. Mentioned in Will of uncle John 1665. Apprenticed to a Barber 1676/7. Died before his father?
  2. Joseph. Mentioned in Wills of uncle John 1665 and father 1696 (at which time he was overseas).
  3. Job. Mentioned in Wills of uncle John 1665, father 1696, uncle Job 1704 and brother Jesse 1727. Married … and had 2 daughters Martha and Mary, both under 21 when mentioned in Will of uncle Job 1704.
  4. Jeremia, bap St Olave’s, Southwark, bur 7 May 1665 St Olave’s, Southwark.
  5. Thomas. Apprenticed to a Draper 1690. Mentioned in Wills of father 1696, uncle Job 1704 and brother Jesse 1727.

Joseph married 2nd Grace … Will dated 28 Sep 1706, signed, proved 3 and 9 Oct 1706.29 Child:

  1. Jesse of Southwark. Married Phoebe TOWLE 1723 St Mary Whitechapel Middx. Jesse’s Will was written 1727, proved 1731. No issue?

Joseph’s Will was written 4 Jul 1696, proved Nov 1696.30

Judith Widow d 1688

Widow of Edmond. Will written 9 Jan 1687/8, proved 20 Jan 1687/8, executrix Judith Roberts.31 A very large parchment of several pages records a dispute over the execution of Edmond’s Will between Judith and the executor, kinsman Thomas Brockett.32

Nicholas and Anne/Agnes of St Dunstan Stepney 1620s and 30s

The IGI recorded 2 daughters baptised St Dunstan, Stepney:

  1. Bridgett 12 Jul 1620
  2. Alice 3 Jul 1631.

With little doubt this was Nicholas, b c 1593 Lincolnshire and styled ‘of Shadwell and Stepney Heath, Middlesex, Ropemaker’, in 1648.33 In the 1630s Nicholas had an interest in a ship which transported cargo to Virginia.

Ralph and Alice of St James Clerkenwell 1678-87

Ralph and Alice had children baptised St James Clerkenwell:34

  1. John 3 Feb 1678
  2. Catharin 30 Dec 1679
  3. Ralph 24 Apr 1685
  4. Sarah 2 Jan 1687. Probably married 7 May 1724 Matthias BICKLEY St James Clerkenwell.

In 1693-4 Ralph was assessed for tax in St John St, St James Clerkenwell at £3 on property valued £15 and £1 4s on stock valued £100.35 It’s possible, but unlikely that Ralph first married 1641 in Streatley, Bedfordshire.

QMB listed burials in Clerkenwell:

  1. George 1676
  2. John 1681
  3. William 1687
  4. Thomas 1691
  5. Ralf 1693.

Thomas Esq 1659

Thomas Brockett of London Esq featured in 2 Chancery documents from 1659:

  1. Complaint by Thomas against Nicholas Courtney and John Rolles Esq regarding a Messuage in the Parish of Morenistowe / Moorenemstowe, Cornwall, on which he had a lease connected to Grace Cole, deceased.36
  2. Demurrer of John Roll Esq to Thomas’ Bill of Complaint regarding Grace Cole’s tenement on which he had a lease through being Samuel Cowley’s Administrator.37

The connection with Samuel Cowley shows that he was Thomas of Chiddingstone, the eldest son of the eldest son of William of Esyndon Esq.

Thomas Clothworker & Citizen 1628-1671

Son of John of Wheathampstead Esq. Citizen and Clothworker of London, Will written 28 Feb 1664, proved 20 Jul 1671, sole executor brother William Brockett Gent of London.38 No issue? Executor of the Will of Edmond in 1665.

Thomas Cook of St Giles in the Fields 1676

Cook of St Giles in the Fields Middlesex, nuncupative Will 24 Nov 1676, proved 4 Dec 1676, sole executrix wife Mary.39 Bequests to brother William and daughter Mary. The IGI recorded the baptism of Mary d/o Thomas and Mary Brocket 27 Sep 1668 St Martin in the Fields Westminster.

William, imprisoned 1628

William was a servant of Robert Radcliffe, 5th Earl of Sussex, was arrested in London for a small debt and imprisoned in 1628. He was a son of William, deceased eldest son of William of Esyndon. Was he the husband of Mary and Elizabeth below? Further details about the imprisonment here.

William of Lincoln’s Inn Fields 1685 and 97

Mr William Brocket at Lincoln’s Inn Fields received two letters in May 1685 from his Lord in Amsterdam regarding troop movements and other matters.40 William sent a short letter on 8 Feb 1696/7 to J Ellis.41 William is not recorded as a student at an Inn of Court and was not part of the contemporary Willingale/Inns of Court Brocket clan. He was probably the son of Joseph and Mary of Southwark, bap 1640 and may have been the William Brockett Gent/Esq of St Margaret’s Westminster who is recorded paying taxes in 1688 and marrying Mrs Sarah CARRELL of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, 2 Sep 1708 in Ely Cathedral. He died 1719.

Singletons

Year Month Name Event
1600 13 Dec John BROCKETT married Marie GERYWAIE in St Mary Abchurch, London
1602 13 Jun Elsabeth BROCKETT married Robert WIGGE in St Bartholomew the Less, London
1603 15 Feb Elsabethe d/o Rowland and … BROCKETT was baptised in St Andrew, Holborn
1606 29 Apr Hester d/o Robert and … BROCKITT was baptised in St Dunstan, Stepney
1610 23 Oct Margaret BROCKETT married John MICANE in St Gregory by St Paul, London42
1616 12 Jan John BROCKETT married Margerye POWELL in St Bride Fleet St, London. Probably an immigrant, John would have been born by 1595.
1617 4 May Isabel BROCKET married Robert COULSON in St Nicholas, Deptford
1619 29 Nov Anna BROCKETT married Griffin BIGGS in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster
1620 4 Dec Margerie BROCKET married Millecent MIATS in St Gregory by St Paul, London43
1623 23 Jun Elizabeth BROCKET married William MOULTON in St Peter Cornhill, London44
1624 8 May MargarettBROCKETT married Richard PERKINS in St Mary Mounthaw, London45
1628 Loucose BROCKET married William GOODFARAH in All Hallows, Bread St46
1628 26 Jul Benjamin s/o Benjamin and … BROCKETT was baptised in St Margaret, Westminster
1629 Walter BROCKET married Elizabeth THURLOW in St Mary, Strand47
1629 29 Nov Elizabeth d/o William and Mary BROCKET was baptised in St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney.48
1630 11 Feb Elizabeth BROCKETT Administration of the estate of Elizabeth THOROLD, alias BROCKETT, of St Mary Colechurch, was given to brother Nathaniel Thorold.49
1630 3 Oct Grace d/o William and Mary BROCKET was baptised in St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney
1634 Frances BROCKET married Ravis BENSON in St Giles in the Fields50
1634 16 Feb Judeth BROCKETT married Robert CLARKE in St Nicholas Acons, London51
1635 26 Apr Edward BROCKETT married Margaret CANDIDGE in St Nicholas Cole Abbey, London52
1635 14 Dec Annis BROCKET married Robert WILLIAM in St Giles Cripplegate, London
1635 18 Nov Edward s/o Nicholas and Agnes BROCKET was baptised in St Dunstan, Stepney
1636 20 Apr Ellinor d/o William and Mary BROCKET was baptised in St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney
1637 15 Nov Sarah d/o William and Mary BROCKET was baptised in St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney
1637 25 Sep Mary BROCKKET married John MARTIN in St Gregory by St Paul, London
1638 17 Mar Elizabeth d/o Nicholas and Anne BROCKET was baptised in St Dunstan, Stepney
1639 14 Dec Dority BROCKET married Abraham VANDEN in St Martin Vintry, London
1641 16 Jun Anne d/o Nicholas and Anne BROCKETT was baptised in St Dunstan, Stepney
1641 21 Nov Edmond s/o Jefford and Elizabeth BROCKET was baptised in St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney
1644 12 Feb Hannah d/o Samuell and … BROCKET was baptised in St Giles Cripplegate, London
1647 12 Nov Mary BROCKETT married Richard MICHELL in St Bride Fleet St., London
1649 3 Jun John BROCKET married Elinor WOLFE in St Antholin Budge Row, London53
1650 8 Jun Roger s/o William and Joane BROKETT was baptised in St Dunstan, Stepney
1651 6 Jan Ann d/o Thomas and Ellin BROCKET was baptised in St Dunstan in the East, London
1651 27 Jan John s/o John and … BROCKETT was baptised in St Lawrence Jewry and St Mary Magdalene Milk Street
1652 30 Jan daughter d/o Thomas and Ellyn BROCKET was baptised in St Dunstan in the East, London
1655 Henry BROCKET married Susan WALLROND in St Paul, Covent Garden—banns54
1655 1 May Sarah d/o Richard and Mary BROCKITT was baptised in St Mary Abbots, Kensington
1655 20 May Martha d/o Thomas and Ellin BROCKETT was baptised in St Dunstan in the East, London
1657 16 Aug Joan d/o Thomas and Ellinor BROCKETT was baptised in St Dunstan in the East, London
1657 16 Sep Mary d/o Joseph and Mary BROCKETT was baptised in St Botolph Without Aldgate, London
1661 27 Apr Elizabeth Mrs Elizabeth BROCKETT was buried in Westminster.55 There were several burials each day of every month in this parish. Being a ‘Mrs’ didn’t necessarily mean she was married. If she was, she would have been married to a Gentleman or Esquire, but as yet he has not been identified. It was not Charles of Westminster, Gent. If she was a spinster she would have been the daughter of a Gentleman or Esquire, and similarly as yet he has not been identified.
1665 10 Apr Jeremia s/o Joseph and Mary BROCKETT was baptised in St Olave, Southwark
1667 7 Dec Joseph s/o John and Hanna BRUCKETT or BRUNCKETT was baptised in St Botolph Without Aldgate, London
1668 27 Sep Maria d/o Thomae and Mariae BROCKET was baptised in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster
1669 Judith BROCKET married Edward ORAM in St Spulchre56
1669 24 Jun Frances BROCKET married John PEACOCK in St Andrew, Enfield57
1670 25 Aug Nicholla BROQUETT married Dennis POSSETT in St Mary, St Marylebone
1672 Mary BROCKET married John BAKER in Knightsbridge 58
1672 4 Apr John BROCKETT married Sarah HERNE in Temple Church Of England, London
1672 23 Mar John s/o Samuel and Prudence BROCKETT was baptised in St Sepulchre, London
1673 17 Jun Sarah d/o John and Sarah BROCKETT was baptised in Clement Danes, Westminster, London59 Did she marry in Sheering 1711?
1677 10 Feb Mary BROCKETT married Henry MITCHELL in St Giles Cripplegate, London
1677 28 Jun John s/o John and Kather BROCKETT was baptised in St Giles Cripplegate, London
1677 14 Nov John BROCKETT married Sarah MARKESS in Allhallows London Wall, London
1678 11 Feb Thomas BROCKETT married Mary ARCHER in St Lawrence Jewry And St Mary Magdalene Milk Street60
1678 11 Feb Thomas BROCKETT married Mary ARCHER in St Lawrence Jewry And St Mary Magdalene Milk Street
1679 13 May Mary BROCKETT married John CHILLMAN in St Andrew, Enfield61
1680 1 Aug William BROCKET married Sarah MILLER in St Katherine by The Tower, London
1680 6 Jul John BROCKETT married Frances SCIENCE in St Dunstan, Stepney62
1681 1 Apr Georg s/o John and Kath BROCKETT was baptised in St Giles Cripplegate, London
1682 11 Feb Margarett d/o John and Margtt BROCKETT was baptised in St Margaret, Westminster
1682 1 Nov Anne BROCKETT married Stewart SPICER in …
1684 3 Sep Edmund BROCKETT married Frances BLAKE in St Marylebone
1687 6 Apr Mary BROOKET married John MITCHELL in St Bride Fleet St, London
1688 11 Feb Elizabeth BROCKETT married Francis PARHAN in St Marylebone63
1697 11 Jun John s/o Edward and Hanna BROCKETT was baptised in St Olave, Southwark
1697 3 Mar Jane BROCKET married Charles LLOYD in St Mary Abchurch, London64
1698 Mary BROCKET married Robert ALDERLY in in St Gregory by St Paul, London65
1699 7 Jan William BROCKETT married Frances ROGERS in St Mary Magdalene Old Fish Street, London

Page Last Updated: September 22, 2019

Footnotes

For full bibliographical details please see the sections Publications or Glossary.

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[1] Houlbrooke 1984 pp 28-9

[2] PCC

[3] Howard and Chester 1880 p 105, corresponding with the College of Arms ms C24/420v

[4] PROB 11/310

[5] PROB 4/13862

[6] Haskett-Smith 1916 p 3

[7] Guildhall Library ms 5576/2 p 119.

[8] Presentment Books and Index to Freeman, Guildhall Library microfilms 352:57 and 324

[9] PROB 11/318 proved 27 Oct 1665

[10] TNA C10/107/25 Brockitt v Brochitt, Hare, Banton

[11] Guildhall Library ms 5587/1 penultimate page; ms 5576/1 f 44v

[12] Guildhall Library ms 5578A/1 f 19

[13] Guildhall Library ms 5578A/1 f 16

[14] Guildhall Library ms 5576/1 p 8

[15] Guildhall Library ms 5576/1 f 55v

[16] IGI; QMB

[17] TNA C9/116/9 25 Jan 1689/90.

[18] PCC

[19] Proved PCC 1637; Waters 1901 p 128

[20] Proved PCC 1655; Waters 1901 p 183

[21] Proved PCC 1637; Waters 1901 p 128

[22] Mentioned in Will of brother-in-law Francis 1678; executor of father-in-law Joseph's Will 1681.

[23] PCC

[24] Mentioned in Will of brother-in-law Francis 1678.

[25] Mentioned in Will of brother-in-law Job 1704.

[26] Licence 2 Jul 1664 London

[27] Mentioned in Will of stepson John 1665.

[28] Proved PCC 1655; Waters 1901 p 183

[29] Peculiar Deanery of Croydon, original at Lambeth Palace Library VH96/353

[30] PCC

[31] TNA PROB 11/390

[32] TNA C10/107/25 Brockitt v Brochitt, Hare, Banton

[33] TNA C/10/38/12

[34] IGI

[35] 'Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694' (British History online accessed 2006).

[36] TNA C10/464/7

[37] TNA C10/52/25

[38] PCC

[39] PCC

[40] BL Add 41803 f 264 and Add 41817 ff 20, 26

[41] BL Add 28881 f 105

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[48] Was this the William, imprisoned 1628? See above.

[49] Morrison 1935, p 106, referring to f147 of the microfilm of PROB 6/13)

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[55] Parish Register. Image retrieved from FindMyPast 1 Dec 2017, reproduced by courtesy of The Lord Mayor and Citizens of the City of Westminster, London

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[59] Image of the St Clement Danes Parish Register accessed from FMP Aug 2019.

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