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John BRIDGES
 1601 - 1667

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  • Christened  10 Sep 1601  Harbledown, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1667 
    Person ID  I8346  Young Family Kent Ancestry
    Last Modified  13 Apr 2008 02:17:31 
     
    Father  John BRIDGES, b. Abt 1575, St. Michael's, Harbledown, Kent, England  
    Mother  Maria AVIS, b. 1580, Harbledown, Kent, England  
    Family ID  F2476  Group Sheet
     
    Family 1  Elizabeth SHOTWATER, b. Abt 1605, Harbledown, Kent, England  
    Married  12 Aug 1622  Harbledown, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth BRIDGES, b. 16 Apr 1625, Harbledown, Kent, England
     2. Mary BRIDGES, b. 6 Aug 1626, Harbledown, Kent, England
    >3. Ann BRIDGES, b. 1 May 1629, Harbledown, Kent, England
    >4. Ezekiel BRIDGES, c. 15 Sep 1632, Thanington, Kent, England
    >5. Thomas BRIDGES, b. 1632, St. Nicholas at Wade, Kent, England
     6. John BRIDGES, b. 5 Jun 1636, Harbledown, Kent, England
    >7. Mary BRIDGES, b. Abt 1640, St. Nicholas at Wade, Kent, England
    Family ID  F2475  Group Sheet
     
    Family 2  Ellen GRANT 
    Married  1 Oct 1663  St. Nicholas at Wade, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • he of this parish, widower & she widow of Minster in Thanet
    Family ID  F2816  Group Sheet
     
    Family 3  Anne 
    Family ID  F2817  Group Sheet
     
  • Notes 
    • FILE - Presentment roll - ref. Q/SRp - date: 1630-1
      item: [no title] - ref. Q/SRp/m.7v [n.d.]
      [from Scope and Content] 21 Francis Segars comes together with John Love, Richard Love, William Hilde and John Grove, and the jury impannelled, that is Edward Andrewes of Longport gentleman, John Lushenden of Barham, Edward Maxted of Westbere, William Joy of Wickham, Laurence Hills of Longport, George Terry of St. Dunstan's, Roger Knight of the same, Edward Taylor of Adsham, Mathew Stredwicke of Longport, John Bridges of Harbledowne, John Bridges of the same, the younger, and John Streater. They say upon their oath that John Love, Richard Love, William Hilde and John Grove are guilty of the trespass, contempt and riot set out in the indictment. The court allows they shall be fined and assesses the fines at 40s. each


      FILE - Order Book - ref. Q/SO/E/1 [n.d.]
      item: East Kent Order Book, Midsummer 1666 - ref. Q/SO/E1/f.105 [n.d.]
      [from Scope and Content] John Bridges, late borsholder of Harbledown and George Parthill late borsholder of Holy Cross, Westgate, have disbursed for providing for and passing several sick and lame persons to the next officers, 47s. 4d. Ordered that an assessment be made on the inhabitants of the hundred of Westgate by the constables there to reimburse John Bridges and John Cox, who has married the relict of George Harthill.

      Reference: Q/SB/1/4
      Depositions

      Creation dates: 1 March 1649/50

      Scope and Content
      a) John Algor of St. Nicholas, Isle of Thanet, concerning two bushels of peas taken from Mr. Cullin's barn, of which theft, he and William Coman(e) are suspected. b) William Coman(e) of the same place, as above


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      Reference: Q/SB/1/5
      Depositions

      Creation dates: 1 March 1649/50

      Scope and Content
      a) John Bridges of St. Nicholas, Isle of Thanet, concerning the above case. b) Robert Kevesbe, as above. c) John Page, as Q/SB/1/4


      FILE - Sessions Papers - ref. Q/SB/11 - date: 1667-1679
      item: Petition - ref. Q/SB/11/60 - date: n. d.
      [from Scope and Content] John Bridges, late constable of the Hundred of Harbledown, that he had laid out £2. 1s. 10d. in his office, transporting and relieving vagrants, and asking that an assessment be levied to reimburse him.
      item: Accounts - ref. Q/SB/11/68 - date: 28 February 1671/72
      [from Scope and Content] a) Thomas Young, constable of Westgate Hundred: £3-04-06 b) John Petman, borsholder of the same: £3-08 c) Stephen Hambroock, borsholder of Harbledown: £1-01-4 d) John Bridges, constable of the same: £2-01-10

      FILE - Order Book - ref. Q/SO/E/1 [n.d.]
      item: East Kent Order Book, Epiphany 1660/1 - ref. Q/SO/E1/f.48 [n.d.]
      [from Scope and Content] The like order for Thomas Bridges and Richard Cramp, two of the inhabitants of Harbledown, for the decay of a rail on each side of a bridge in the highway leading from Canterbury to Boughton under Blean.

      RECOGNIZANCES - ref. QM/SRc

      FILE - Richard Bridges of Harbledown, in £5, to appear and to keep the peace; surety, William Parris of Westgate [Canterbury], labourer - ref. QM/SRc/1594/54 - date: 27 May 1594

      FILE - Ecclesiastical cause papers - ref. DCb/J/J/6/25 - date: 17 Jun 1600
      [from Scope and Content] Plaintiff: Schedule excom (office); Defendant: Rich BRIDGES Harbledown, Thos GREENSTREET Eastling chw (scored through), Thos BAKER Hernhill, Wid SAIRE Birchington, Ralph HOPE Charing
     

  

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