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  Protestation Returns 1641

Surname Forename Mark  Notes
 

Best

Thomas    
Best,jun John Mark  
Best,sen John Mark  
Billing Willm   Constable
Blewett Richard Mark  
Blewett Robert Mark  
Blewett John Mark  
Borrow Thomas    
Borrow   John    
Borrow,jun Nicholas    
Borrowe Nicholas   Churchwarden
Bray John    
Breay,jun John Mark  
Brey Lewes Mark  
Brey Crtoph Mark  
Broad Robart    
Chapman Nicholas    
Chepman Henry    
Chepman Nicholas Mark  
Chepman Lewes Mark  
Church Phillip Mark  
Clearke William Mark  
Cock Arundell    
Cock John   Overseer
Cock Richard Mark  
Cock alias Lower Justin    
Danon Michael Mark  
Danon Lewes Mark  
Davy Andrew Mark  
Davye John Mark  
Davye Tho   Mark  
Davye John Mark  
Davye Hum Mark  
Davye,jun John Mark  
Dawe John    
Dawe Edye Mark  
Dawe Francs Mark  
Daye Robert    
Dwayne John    
Edwards Lewes Mark  
Edwards Robert Mark  
Foote Thomas Mark  
Foote Olliver    
Garland Thomas Mark  
Garlland John    
Giddy Henry Mark  
Good Arthur    
Hambley William Mark  
Harris John Mark  
Harris Nicholas Mark  
Harry Udy Mark  
Harry Christopher Mark  
Hawke,jun Henry Mark Cross & Dot
Hawke,jun John Mark  
Hawken Robert Mark  
Hawken William Mark  
Hawken Lewes    
Hawken John    
Hawken William Mark  
Hawken John Mark  
Hawken,sen Henry Mark  
Hocken John    
Hocken Edward Mark  
Hocken Anthony Mark  
Hocken William Mark  
Hocken Hercules    
Hoking Thomas    
Home Nath    Mark  
Hoskin Edy    
Hoskyn Ambros Mark  
Hoskyn Edye Mark  
Jane Nickholas    
Jory John Mark  
Juell Lewes Mark  
Juell Humfry Mark  
Juell Stephan Mark  
Juell Tho Mark  
Kempthorne Humfry Mark  
Kempthorne John Mark  
Kernick,jun John Mark  
Kernick,sen John Mark  
Kernicke Henry Mark  
Kernicke John    
Kernicke Mathew Mark  
Landrey Robert Mark  
Lanxon Robert Mark  
Laundrye Heannarye    
Leane Henry Mark  
Leane Henry Mark  
Leane Anthony Mark  
Martaine    Richard Mark  
Martaine,jun John Mark  
Martin John    
Martin George    
Marwood Thomas   Vicar
Mathew William Mark  
Mathew John Mark Churchwarden
Mathew Ambros Mark  
Mathew,sen John Mark  
Matthew Edward Mark  
May John    
May Humfrey Mark  
May Robert Mark  
Maye Thomas Mark  
Moone William Mark  
Mychell Samuell    
Nichols Henry Mark  
Nuttle John Mark  
Parsons Francs Mark  
Pawley Robert Mark  
Pawley Thomas Mark  
Pearse John    
Philp Robert Mark  
Philp Abraham Mark  
Philp William Mark  
Philpe Christopher    
Plumleigh Ralphe    
Randle John    
Reccord John Mark  
Rickerd Hen   Mark  
Rickerd Hercul Mark  
Robyns Peter Mark  
Rogers Riginald    
Rowe Robert   Constable
Rowse Humph Mark  
Rundle Thomas Mark  
Sampson Richard Mark  
Smith Roger Mark  
Smith John Mark  
Smith Laurence Mark  
Smith Reig Mark  
Smyth Nathaniell    
Symons Lewes Mark  
Symons Robert Mark  
Tome  Thomas    
Tomme Richard Mark  
Trigg Mich      
Trubody William    
Walkey Henry Mark  
Waren,jun John   Churchwarden
Warren,sen John Mark  
Whyte Robert Mark  
 

 

St Breward

 

  I, _________ do, in the presence of Almighty God,

  promise, vow and protest to maintain and defend, as far

 as lawfully I may, with my Life, Power, and Estate,

 the true Reformed Protestant Religion, expressed in the

Doctrine of the Church of England, against all Popery

and Popish Innovations, within this Realm, contrary to

the same Doctrine, and according to the duty of my

Allegiance, His Majesty's Royal Person, Honour and

Estate, as also the Power and Privileges of

Parliaments, the lawful Rights and Liberties of the

Subjects, and every person that maketh this Protestation,

in whatsoever he shall do in the lawful pursuance of the

same; and to my power, and as far as lawfully I may, I

will oppose and by all good Ways and Means endeavour

to bring to condign Punishment all such as shall, either by

Force, Practice, Councels, Plots, Conspiricies, or

otherwise, do any Thing to the contrary of any Thing in

this present Protestation contained: and further, that I

shall, in all just and honourable ways, endeavour to

preserve the Union and Peace betwixt the Three

Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland: and

neither for Hope, Fear nor other Respect, shall

relinquish this Promise, Vow and Protestation."