Thomas Browne Gentleman Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem

Last Updated on October 10, 2018Thomas Browne, gentleman Inquisition taken at Marlborough, co. Wilts, 4th June, I Charles I [1625], before Nicholas Yonge, gentleman, escheator, after the death of Thomas Browne, gentleman, by the oath of Robert Kingsman, Nicholas (?) Webb, Edward Gillmore, Thomas Stephens, Thomas Sloper, Hugh Chaundler, Henry Watts, Thomas Hide, Thomas Freeman, …

Gibbes John Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem

Last Updated on October 10, 2018Inquisition taken at Marlborough, 29th August, 2 Charles I 
[1626], before John Foyle, esq., escheator, after the death of
 John Gibbes, yeoman, by the oath of Robert Hitchcocke, gentleman,
 William Earle, gent., John Milks, gent., Thomas  Smith, gent.,
 William Westburie, gent., Simon Oateridge, Richard Shermore, Thomas 
Hitchcocke, Silvester Cooke, Nicholas   …

Ellyott John Lunatic Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem

Last Updated on October 10, 2018John Ellyott, lunatic. Inquisition taken at Salisbury, co. Wilts, 23rd September, I Charles I [1625], before Nicholas Yonge, esquire, escheator, after the lunacy of John Ellyott, by the oath of Roger Langley, Giles Compton, Richard Twogood, George Acgrigge, Jasper Bampton, John Bacon, William. Rowe, John Thomas, Henry Gauntlett, Stephen Hurst, …

Henry Munday Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem

Last Updated on October 10, 2018Inquisition taken at Devizes, co. Wilts, 16th August, I Charles I [1625], before Nicholas Yonge, gent., escheator, after the death  of Henry Munday, yeoman, by the oath of William Longe, Robert Longford, Thomas Yerbury, William Wilkins, John Stokes, John Tellinge, Thomas Rutty, John Davis, John Stephens, John Munty, William Stileman, …

Abstracts of Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem Introduction

Last Updated on October 10, 2018Introduction The following abstracts of Inquisitiones post mortem are taken from those that are still extant in the Public Record Office, London, for the county of Wilts, from the commencement of the reign of King Charles I. The original documents are in Latin, and the advantage of these readable English …