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201 Died unmarried. Mary CARTER
 
202 Recognizances
FILE - Mathew Carter of Boughton-under-Blean, pointmaker, in £10, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour; sureties, John Shrubsoll, yeoman and John Carter, pointmaker, both of the same. - ref. QM/SRc/1601/69 - date: 15 Dec 1601

FILE - Mathew Carter of Boughton-under-Blean, fellmonger, in £20, to appear and answer for doing bodily harm to Christopher Barret of Faversham; sureties, John Carter of Boughton-under-Blean, fellmonger and John Edwards of the same, glover. - ref. QM/SRc/1602/70 - date: 12 April 1602
FILE - Martin Cooke, Christopher Barret and William Byx of Faversham, husbandmen, in £10, to appear and to keep the peace towards Mathew Carter of Boughton-under-Blean, fellmonger; sureties, Thomas Chillenden of Faversham, yeoman and George Holt of Goodnestone, yeoman. - ref. QM/SRc/1602/99 - date: 30 May 1602



item: Session at Canterbury, 11th January, 1602/3 - ref. Q/SR/1/m.15 - date: 1602/3 [from Scope and Content] Martin Cooke of Faversham, husbandman, in £10. Sureties, Christopher Barrett and William Dixe of the same, husbandmen, both in £5. To keep the peace towards Mathew Carter. FILE - Sessions Roll - ref. Q/SR/4 - date: 1603-04 item: Session at Canterbury, 19th July, 1603 - ref. Q/SR/4/m.5d - date: 1603 [from Scope and Content] 1 Martin Cooke of Faversham, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Mathew Carter, in £10. Sureties, Christopher Barratt and William Byxe, both of the same, husbandmen, in £5 each. By the last court here.
Has a cousin named James Worceter of Faversham. 
Matthew CARTER
 
203 Phoebe died sine prole. Phoebe CARTER
 
204 Although there is no direct evidence as yet available to me concerning this Richard, a Richard Carter is mentioned as a witness to the Will of William Carter in 1509. It is conceivable that that Richard Carter would be a reasonable close relative - either brother, uncle or first cousin. Until further evidence is unearthed that can place this man in his proper relationship within this family, I will assign him as a brother to the William Carter who died during 1509. Richard CARTER
 
205 died unmarried Robert CARTER
 
206 died unmarried Sarah CARTER
 
207 Barrister-at-law and died unmarried. Thomas CARTER
 
208 This man and his wife, Isabel Ruck, are recorded in Burke's Landed Gentry, 18th ed., vol. II, 1969, as being first cousins to each other, she being the daughter of Richard Ruck of Norton, yeoman. Thomas CARTER
 
209 This Thomas Carter died unmarried after having resided at Bilting in Godmersham for many years.

At the southern boundary of the parish, on the Ashford road, is the hamlet of Bilting, part of which is in Wye parish. There was a family of this name who once resided here, as appears by their wills so early as 1460. Richard Mocket, gent. of Challock, died in 1565, possessed of the manor of Biltyng-court, in Godmersham, which by his will he directed to be sold. At length this estate of Bilting came into the possession of the Carters. Thomas Carter, gent. of Bilting, second son of George Carter, gent. of Winchcombe, died possessed of it in 1707, s.p. After which it at length came to his nephew Thomas Carter, gent. of Godmersham, who dying in 1744, left two daughters his coheirs, the eldest of whom Mary, marrying Mr. Nicholas Rolfe, of Ashford, he became in her right possessed of her father's estate at Bilting. After which it became the residence of Mrs. Jane, the sister of the late Mr. Knight, and after her death in 1793, of Thomas Monypenny, esq. who afterwards removing from hence sold it in 1797, to Mr. Richard Sutton, who now resides at it.

From: 'Parishes: Godmersham', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7 (1798), pp. 319-332. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63421&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008. 
Thomas CARTER
 
210 This Thomas Carter was also resided at Selling, Kent.

At the southern boundary of the parish, on the Ashford road, is the hamlet of Bilting, part of which is in Wye parish. There was a family of this name who once resided here, as appears by their wills so early as 1460. Richard Mocket, gent. of Challock, died in 1565, possessed of the manor of Biltyng-court, in Godmersham, which by his will he directed to be sold. At length this estate of Bilting came into the possession of the Carters. Thomas Carter, gent. of Bilting, second son of George Carter, gent. of Winchcombe, died possessed of it in 1707, s.p. After which it at length came to his nephew Thomas Carter, gent. of Godmersham, who dying in 1744, left two daughters his coheirs, the eldest of whom Mary, marrying Mr. Nicholas Rolfe, of Ashford, he became in her right possessed of her father's estate at Bilting. After which it became the residence of Mrs. Jane, the sister of the late Mr. Knight, and after her death in 1793, of Thomas Monypenny, esq. who afterwards removing from hence sold it in 1797, to Mr. Richard Sutton, who now resides at it.

From: 'Parishes: Godmersham', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7 (1798), pp. 319-332. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63421&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008.

RHODES-COURT is a manor situated in the south-east extremity of this parish, in the borough of the same name, which borough, though within the parish of Selling, is yet within the hundred of Faversham, the court leet of which claims over it. It was antiently written Rode, and la Rode, and was part of the possessions of the wealthy family of Badlesmere, one of whom, Bartholomew de Badlesmere, in the 9th year of king Edward II. obtained a grant of free-warren for all his demesne lands within this manor. His son Giles de Badlesmere dying in the 12th year of Edward III. s.p. leaving his four sisters his coheirs, (fn. 4) upon the division of their inheritance, this manor was, among others, allotted to Margaret, whose husband Sir John Tibetot, or Tiptost, as the name was usually called, became possessed of it in her right; his son Robert died without male issue, and this manor went into the colateral branch of that family, in which it continued down to John Tiptost, earl of Worcester, who, for his adherence to the house of York, was attained and beheaded in 1471, anno 10 Edward, IV. king Henry being then restored to the crown, through the successful services of Richard, earl of Warwick. He left by his second wife only one son Edward, then an infant, who, though he was afterwards restored in blood by Edward IV. I do not find that he was ever reinstated in the possession of this manor, which seems to have remained in the crown till the reign of Henry VIII. In the 26th year of which, anno 1534, Thomas Bealde, of Godmersham, died possessed of it, leaving two daughters, to whom he devised this manor.
After this it came into the possession of Christopher Tilghman, gent of this parish, who owned it in 1621, and he sold it to Thomas Carter, of Crundal, in whose family it remained till it was alienated by Thomas Carter. esq. of Crundal, in 1714, to Mr. George Smith, of Faversham, who died in 1763, and his son, of the same name, within these few years, sold it to John Sawbridge, esq. of Ollantigh, whose son Samuel-Elias Sawbridge, esq. is the present possessor of it.

From: 'Parishes: Selling', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7 (1798), pp. 38-50. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63389&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008. 
Thomas CARTER
 
211 WINCHCOMBE is an estate in this parish [Wye], which in very early times was the property as well as residence of the family of Carter, ancestors to those of this name now residing at Canterbury, who, according to tradition, were settled here as early as the reign of king Edward II. and in the reign of king Henry VI. Thomas Carter, gent. of Crundall, was returned in the list of those gentlemen of this county, who were entitled to bear the ancient arms of their ancestors, which were,

Azure, two lions rampant, combatant, or;

they continued possessors of this seat, till at length Mr. George Carter, within memory, alienated it to Mr. Thomas Curteis, whose son William dying s. p. by will gave it to his wife Juliana, remarried to William Fenton, esq. of Maidstone, and again on his death, to William Harvey, physician, of Maidstone. She died in 1768, s. p. and by will devised it to her surviving husband for his life, on whose death in 1779, it became by her will the property of her second husband's nephew, Mr.Fenton, who now owns it.

From: 'Parishes: Crundal', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7 (1798), pp. 368-381. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63425. Date accessed: 22 April 2008. 
Thomas CARTER
 
212 WINCHCOMBE is an estate in this parish, which in very early times was the property as well as residence of the family of Carter, ancestors to those of this name now residing at Canterbury, who, according to tradition, were settled here as early as the reign of king Edward II. and in the reign of king Henry VI. Thomas Carter, gent. of Crundall, was returned in the list of those gentlemen of this county, who were entitled to bear the antient arms of their ancestors, which were, Azure, two lions rampant, combatant, or; they continued possessors of this seat, till at length Mr. George Carter, within memory, alienated it to Mr. Thomas Curteis, whose son William dying s. p. by will gave it to his wife Juliana, remarried to William Fenton, esq. of Maidstone, and again on his death, to William Harvey, physician, of Maidstone. She died in 1768, s. p. and by will devised it to her surviving husband for his life, on whose death in 1779, it became by her will the property of her second husband's nephew, Mr.Fenton, who now owns it.


Citation
'Parishes: Crundal', Hasted, Edward. "The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 7" (1798), pp. 368-381. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63425&strquery=carter. Date accessed: 17 January 2008. 
Thomas CARTER
 
213 Alderman of the City of Canterbury. William CARTER
 
214 M.D. Canterbury died at age 88 William CARTER
 
215 Source: Consistory Court of Canterbury Vol.53 folio 376 Probate 10 Apr 1662 William Carter of Godmersham, yeoman, will dated 15 Mar 1658 Sons Thomas, John and William Daughter Mary, wife of William Norton of Brabourne Daughter Jone, wife of Edward Vally? of Godmersham Daughter Elizabeth Carter. William CARTER
 
216 This William Carter was of Canterbury, M.D. , Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. He had no issue by his second marriage to Sophia Holworthy. William CARTER
 
217 Buried as an infant. Chatherine CHAPMAN
 
218 Buried as an infant. William Cobb CHAPMAN
 
219
Citations:
Alison Weir. "Britain's Royal Family: A Complete Genealogy". (London, U.K.: The Bodley Head, 1999), pp 75-76. Hereinafter cited as Britain's Royal Family.

G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, "The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant", new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume I, pp 77-79, 243. 
Matilda da CHAWORTH
 
220 Archbishop of Canterbury Henry CHICHELE
 
221 Lord Mayor of London 1411 and 1421.

ROBERT CHICHELE, the second son of Thomas, was a Citizen and Grocer, and lived in the Parish of St. James Garlyke Hythe in the City of London. By his great Industry and Application to Business he arrived, with a very fair Character,to great Wealth, and Importance, amongst his Fellow-Citizens. He was contemporary with, and the intimate Friend of, that eminent Citizen and Merchant Sir Richard Whittington, whom he greatly resembled in his Knowlege
of Trade, as well as in Acts of Charity and Munificence. He had an Estate and a Country House at Rumford in Essex, where, in the Year 1410, he contributed largely to rebuilding the Chapel, (which was a Chapel of Ease to Horn-Church) and obtaining for it, by means of a Composition with the Warden and Fellows of New College, who are the Patrons, the Privileges of Sepulture and Cemetery, for the Use of the Parishioners of Horn-Church that were wont to ;
frequent that Chapel. In the Year 1428, he gave to the Parish of St. Stephen Walbrook one Plot of Ground containing 208 Feet and a half in Length, and 66 in Breadth, whereupon to build their new Church, and for their Church-
Yard. In the next Year he laid the first Stone of the new Church, and gave 100/. more to the said Work, and bore the Charges of all the Timber-work on the Procession Way, and laid the Lead upon it at his own Cost. He also
gave all the Timber for the Roofing of the two side Isles, and paid for the Carriage of it. Besides many other charitable Legacies", too numerous to be hererecited, he gives by his last Will, dated 17 Dec. 1438, several Tenements in the Parish of St. Antholins to the Master, or Warden, and the College of the Blessed Virgin, St. Thomas the Martyr, and Edward the Confessor, of Higham-Ferrers, (which his Brother the Arch-Bishop had founded ) that the said Warden
etc;, should pray for the Souls of Thomas and Agnes his Father and Mother ; Elizabeth, Agnes, and Agnes his Wives ; William Chichele his Brother, and Beatrice his Wife. It is said by Weever that he ordered, by his Testament,
that, on his Birth-day, a competent Dinner should be ordained for 2400 poor Men Householders of the City of London, and every Man to have two-pence in Money. But the Copy of his Will, now in the Library of ALL SOULS COLLEGE,
takes no Notice of this Legacy. He was Sheriff of London in the Year 1403 ; was Lord Mayor, for the first time, in the Year 1411 ; and again, in the Year 1421 ; and had the Honour of Knighthood conferred upon him. SIR ROBERT CHICHELE died in the Year 1440-, and if we may believe Stow, and if the politive Directions in his Will were observed, was buried in
the Church of St. James Garlyke Hythe, of which Parish he calls himself a Parishioner. 
Robert CHICHELE
 
222 was bred a Clergyman, and
arrived to confiderable Preferment in the Church. In the Year 1415, he fucceeded
his Uncle the Arch-Bifhop in the Chancellorfliip of the Church of Sanum;
and in 1420 he was collated to the Archdeaconry of Canterbury. Soon
after, he was employed in an Embafly to the Pope, and died at Rome in the
Year 1424*. 
William CHICHELE
 
223 Witnesses to the marriage of Jane and William were Frances Jemmett and George Wraight (father William Wraight). Frances and George married each other during October of 1851. Jane CLARK
 
224 Marriage licence for Catharine Cobb and Thomas Neame reads: "Catharine Cobb spinster of Sheldwich aged 22 years and Thomas Neame of Selling, yeoman bachelor, 30 years". Despite the discrepancy in the age of Catharine as recorded on the marriage licence I believe, through bequests left in various Ruck family Wills, that indeed it was this Catharine who married Thomas Neame. Catharine COBB
 
225 Age on burial was 48 years. On Dorothy's marriage, William Chapman was described as being a bachelor of Badlesmere. Dorothy COBB
 
226 Age on burial was recorded as 78 years John COBB
 
227 Marriage licences reads: John Cobb, Jr., of Selling, yeoman, bachelor and Dorothy Kennett spinster of Norton 30 years at Norton.

I believe, that Dorothy Kennett was the sister of Catherine Kennet, the wife of Nathaniel Rucke. Bequests left in the Wills of Simon and Catherine tend to confirm this supposition. 
John COBB
 
228 Mary died unmarried at age 31 years. Mary COBB
 
229 Mary married her cousin, William Chapman. See Chapman family for the children of this couple. Mary COBB
 
230 From Freemen of the City of Canterbury 1300 to 1800
Collard, Christopher, maltster. 1599. 
Christopher COLLARD
 
231 1. On first marriage John was described as being of Canterbury and a Gent. Katharine was described as being a widow from Smeeth.

2. From Freemen of the City of Canterbury 1300 to 1800
Collard, John, brewer. 1598.

3. Canterbury Cathedral Archives: Diocese of Canterbury [DCb/J/J/10 - DCb/J/J/25]
Judicial (Church Courts)

Church Courts: Papers in Ecclesiastical Suits - ref. DCb/J/J

1607

FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/13/106 - date: 16 Feb 1607
[from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Magd CHILTON; Defendant: John COLLARD; Documents: Inhib from Arches; Case: D

1612

FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/17/99 - date: 12 Jan 1612
[from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (instance); Defendant: John COLLARD St Mart cant

FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/17/116 - date: 1 Dec 1612
[from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Matt MARRYNER rect St Mart Cant; Defendant: John COLLARD; Documents: Exs

sub-fonds Judicial (Church Courts)
series Church Courts: Papers in Ecclesiastical Suits
sub-series Ecclesiastical cause papers


Repository Canterbury Cathedral Archives
Level file
RefNo CCA-DCb-J/J/17/99
Title Ecclesiastical cause papers
Date 12 Jan 1612
Description Pl: Schedule excom (instance); Def.: John COLLARD St Mart cant
PublnNote For abbreviations, see introduction to CCA-DCb-PRC/18

sub-fonds Judicial (Church Courts)
series Church Courts: Papers in Ecclesiastical Suits
sub-series Ecclesiastical cause papers

Repository Canterbury Cathedral Archives
Level file
RefNo CCA-DCb-J/J/43/50
Title Ecclesiastical cause papers
Date 26 Jun 1623
Description Pl: Eliz COLLARD rel exix; Def.: Cath & Lucy C daus; Documents: Alleg; Case: Test 26 Jun John COLLARD St Mart Cant
PublnNote For abbreviations, see introduction to CCA-DCb-PRC/18 
John COLLARD
 
232 From Freemen of the City of Canterbury 1300-1800

Collard, John, beerbrewer. 1574. 
John COLLARD
 
233 Marriage Licence states "Thomas Smith of Elham, yeoman, bachelor, 21 and upwards with his father's consent and Lucy Collard of Waltham virgin about 21 daughter of John Collard, deceased and of Elizabeth Collard, widow, who consents as testified by William Smith of Elham, yeoman, at Godmersham 2 Dec 1633."

Canterbury Cathedral Archives: Diocese of Canterbury [DCb/J/J/43 - DCb/J/J/55]
Church Courts: Papers in Ecclesiastical Suits - ref. DCb/J/J 1628 FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/43/50 - date: 26 Jun 1623 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Eliz COLLARD rel exix; Defendant: Cath & Lucy C daus; Documents: Alleg; Case: Test 26 Jun John COLLARD St Mart Cant FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/43/51 - date: 18 Mar 1623 [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Eliz COLLARD rel exix; Defendant: Cath & Lucy C daus; Documents: Sent 
Lucie COLLARD
 
234 Stephen's age at death was recorded as 29 years. Stephen COLLARD
 
235 a spinster of Adisham. Mary COLLINS
 
236 Edward's burial records him as being 8 years old. Edward COPPEN
 
237 Elizabeth's burial records her as being an infant. Elizabeth COPPEN
 
238 Joseph's burial records him as an infant Joseph COPPEN
 
239 William died at age 39 William COPPEN
 
240 William's burial records him as an infant. William COPPEN
 
241 M.A. (Eversheds, Abinger Hammer, Surrey) Hilary Topham CORKE
 
242 Merchant of London and afterwards Sheriff of London 1378 Thomas CORNWALLEYS
 
243 A nun at Elstow. Catherine CORNWALLIS
 
244 Died without issue Edward CORNWALLIS
 
245 Groom-porter to Queen Elizabeth I Edward CORNWALLIS
 
246 Of Peckham, Camberwell, Surrey who succeeded his brother, Edward, as groom-porter to Queen Elizabeth I. Francis CORNWALLIS
 
247 Died without issue John CORNWALLIS
 
248 Died married but without issue. Robert CORNWALLIS
 
249 Archdeacon of Norwich Thomas CORNWALLIS
 
250 Considered in the year of 18 Henry VII to have an estate in Suffolk sufficient to support the degree of a Knight of Bath. William CORNWALLIS
 

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