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From: Mr Happy <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Robert REDDROP/REDROPE
Date: Sun, 25 May 2008 14:41:10 +0000
References: <mailman.435.1211698963.11717.cheshire@rootsweb.com>
In-Reply-To: <mailman.435.1211698963.11717.cheshire@rootsweb.com>


Thanks Anne,

Bingo! The ordination records you found do give Robert's birth as being Bunbury, Cheshire abt. 1537. Unfortunately the parish records for St. Bonifaces Bunbury only seem to start in 1559...

I notice that Cheshire Records Office has a will ordering service. There seem to be a couple of REDROPP wills from Bunbury around the right time which may be worth looking at. I guess some of the REDROPP wills from surrounding parishes may also be worth a gander. Fingers crossed they may mention Robert REDROPP.

Thanks Again,
Mr. Happy:-)

> ------------------------------> Date: Sat, 24 May 2008 19:31:09 +0100> From: Anne Peat <>> Subject: Re: [CHS] Robert REDDROP/REDROPE> To: Mr Happy <>> > The Clergy database has> > Rudropp, Robert (1586-1598)> ??CCEd Person ID: 44678> COMMENTS> When ordained deacon (Jan. 1590/1) noted as constituted to serve cure > of Ruislip, Middlesex. When ordained priest (July 1598) noted as now > Vicar of Penne, diocese of Lincoln.> EVIDENCE> YEAR> TYPE> NAME AS RECORDED> LOCATION> OFFICE/STATUS> VIEW> 1586> Appt(Licensing)> Rudrupp, Robert> London diocese /> Schoolmaster> > 1586> Appt(Licensing)> Rudrupp, Robert> Ruislip /> Schoolmaster> > 1591> Ordi(ordination)> Rudropp, Robertus> /> deacon> > 1598> Ordi(ordination)> Rudroppe, Robertus> /> priest> > But nothing about Cheshire> > HTH> Anne> > On 24 May 2008, at 19:03, Mr Happy wrote:> > >> > Hi,> >> > I have a Robert RUDROPPE in my tree. He was appointed as Vicar of > > Penn, Bucks in 1596 and died in 1607. There do not seem to be any > > RUDROPPEs in the area before this and, seeing as his family's > > surname was spelled in many ways (RUDROPPE, RETHROP, REDROP, > > REDERUP, etc.), the Bucks people probably struggled with his accent. > > Vicars were often moved around the country so I think it is likely > > that he came from elsewhere.> >> > I have just found a reference to him being born in Bunbury, Cheshire > > abt. 1537, although do not know where this came from. Does anyone > > have any info that may confirm/disprove this?> >> > Thanks In Advance,> > Mr. Happy :-)
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