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From: "Jenny Stiles" <>
Subject: Re: [B&D] DUDLESTON & others owing ship money, Bristol, 1638
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 10:22:34 +1100
Thank you Josephine,
That gives me some likely names to look out for when trying to work out what
"happened" to the early DUDDLESTONES of Bristol,
> On 02 Mar, Jenny Stiles <> wrote:
>> Thank you for this, it is new to me. That Edward DUDDLESTONE is most
>> likely my 8 X Great Grandfather & the grandfather of Hester & Oriana
>> DUDDLESTONE. He was baptised at St Mary Le Port in 1616. His son John
>> DUDDLESTONE was born in 1638 so he must have married prior to then. I
>> have been unable to find the name of his wife as yet.
> Hi Jenny,
> I thought you might be interested in the names of the other parishioners
> St. Mary-le-Port who, along with Edward DUDLESTON (sic) and Thomas BAILIE
> refused to pay ship money in Bristol in 1638. As already noted, these two
> had to pay 12 shillings.
> Thomas BARWICKE was to pay one pound.
> Willm. SHEPARD was to pay six shillings.
> Richard WARREN and Thomas BARKINE were to pay five shillings.
> George WESSON was to pay four shillings.
> Widow SHEPWARD was to pay three shillings.
> Christopher COTTRELL, Edward GWYNNE, Erasmus BATTEN and Widow HURTNOLL (?)
> were to pay two shillings.
> Perhaps these people were friends of Edward DUDDLESTONE or even relations
> by marriage.
> The writ was signed by W. JONES Maior (Mayor) and Willm. WYATT and Abra.
> EDWARDS, Sheriffs and dated 24th. May 1638.
> An explanation of ship money can be found on the following web page, which
> also includes a list of people in Wiltshire who owed ship money.
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