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1634 (above, xxxii.). "Administration 26 Feb. 1637-8 to his brother John.” C. Bu. Dec. 7. 1637 (G. R.).

9. Æt. 24, Apr. 1620 (Hearne, 683); still living when his mother made her will (1628) ; and if his son's age be rightly given, in 1658.

10. M. 1600 (above, 304). “Here also sleepeth Susanna, wife to John Collett Esquire, by whom she had issue 8 sons and 8 daughters. She was the only daughter of Mr. N. Ferrar of London, Merchant, and sister to John Ferrar Esqe. late Lord of this Manor, who died 9 October 1657, aged 76 years.” (G. I.) “Bu. Oct. 1657(G. R.).

II. “Here lyeth the Body of John Collett Esquire, aged 72, and dyed the 29th day of March, Anno Dom. 1650." (G. I.).

12. Dr. of Israel O. of London, gent. (Hearne, 684).
13. D. 23 Feb., bu. 27 Feb. 1719, æt. 89. (G. R. and G. I.).

14. Dr. of sir Robt. B. (sir Thos. Brookes of Lubbenam, co. Leic. C), d. 8 Mar. 1702 (G. I.)

15. See above, 144 seq.
16. D. young (Hearne, 684).
17. See Index.
18. Ba. 7 Feb. 1657. (G. R.)

19. Ba. 20 Feb. 1658. (G. R.); living unmarried, 1684 (Pedigree in Hearne, 684).

20. Ba. 8 Mar. 1659, m. 23 Nov. 1714 to Elizabeth Goddard; she was bu. 4 Oct. 1727 (G. R.).

21. Ba. 24 Jun. 1663 ; rector of Sawtrey St. Andrew and Steeple Gidding ; bu. 11 Aug. 1739. (G. R.) B. A. Pembr. 1682–3, M.A. 1686.

22. Bu. 18 Aug. 1746. (G.R.) She and Elizabeth (above no. 20) were drs. of Jas. and Eleanor G. of Marston, Wilts, which Eleanor was dr. to Geo. Long of London merchant, and d. 20 Apr. bu. 23 Apr. 1717 (G. R. and G. I.)

23. Ba. 8 Jan. 1664 ; d. before 1684 (G. R. and Hearne).

24. Grocer of Stamford ; ba. 27 Dec. 1667. (G. R.): æt. 16, 1684 (Hearne).

25. Ba. 14 Mar. 1668; æt. 15, 1684 (G. R. and Hearne).

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26. Ba. 19 Jan. 1670; bu. 17 May 1730. (G. R. and H. R.)
27. D. Aug. 20. 1717 (B).
28. Ba. 17 Jan. 1697, bu. 22 Jan. 1697 (G. R.)

29. “28 May 1718, John Ferrar at Little Gidding, Huntingdonshire, pensioner, pupil to Dr. Laughton." -Admission Book at Clare Hall, where is a note “ Fellow 1723.” B.A. 1721-2, M.A. 1725. Vicar of Everton, bu. 6 Mar. 1738. (G. R.)

30. Ba. 20 Mar. 1706; bu. (Thos. F. Esq. Lord of this Manor) 6 Jul. 1748. (G. R.) B.A. Clar. 1728-9, M.A. 1732. Will dat. 16 May, 1744, prob. 31 Aug. 1748. (T.)

31. M. 4 Aug. 1748 Wm. H. of Swindon, Wilts, gent.; d. 1 Oct. 1749. (G. R. and G. I.)

32. D. before 12 Jan. 1753 ; will dated 20 Aug. 1752. The estate was left to him “a foot soldier," after the death of Judith Horne, by Thos. Ferrar his cousin. He lived at St. Martin's in the Fields. His wife d. before 12 Jan. 1762. (T.)

33. Brazier of Islington, d. 19 Nov. 1779 ; his wife was alive 6 Feb. 1783. (T.)

34. Ba. 10 May 1753, bu. 28 May 1753. (G. R.)

35. D. 17 Aug. 1769, aged 74 (H. I.) Attorney at Huntingdon.

36. Dr. of Rt. B. M.A. d. 10 Oct. 1759, an. æt. 62, conjugii 31. (H. I.)

37. Bu. 2 Mar. 1696-7. (H. R.)
38. Bu. 7 May 1700. (H. R.)
39. Ba. 30 May 1700. (B.)
40. Ba. 21 Jan. 1701. (B.)

41. Ba. 30 Dec. 1703, d. Sept. 1778; 2nd wife Currier; 3rd Caryer; 4th Barnes, by whom he had a son John Alexander, who had issue William, Henry, and Samuel; the last was living at Thrapston in 1833. (B.)

42. M. Castel Sherard Esq., 16 June 1729. (H. R.)

43. B. 15 Oct., ba. 4 Nov. 1729. (H. R.) d. 1805, left legacies to Mrs. Bowles and Mrs. Clyde, drs. of her uncle Ivory F.; and to John F. of Stamford St. Martin's. (B.)

44. D. 9 Sept. 1795. Will proved 26 Feb. 1798. (B.) 45. B. 3 Feb., ba. 22 Feb. 1732, bu. 10 Jun. 1800. (H.R.)

46. B. 9 Feb., ba. 20 Feb. 1733. (H. R.) Bu. 15 Aug. 1737. (G. R.)

47. B. 27 Jan., ba. 21 Feb. 1734, d. 8 Apr. 1767. (H. R. and H. I.)

48. B. 6 Mar., 1735-6, ba. 30 Mar. 1736. (H. R.)

49. B. 19 Jan. 1738-9, ba. 14 Jun. 1739, d. 15 Jun., bu. 17 Jul. 1765 (H. R. and H. I.)

50. B. and privately ba. at Hemingford Grey, 8 Nov. 1740; publicly ba. at Huntingdon 1 Dec. 1741; bu. 21 Oct. 1779 (H. R.)

51. Ba. 9 Nov. 1737 (H. R.). D. at Calcutta unmd.; admin". granted to his father 12 Nov. 1767. (B.)

52. Ba. 14 Sept. 1739 (H. R.). M. at Limerick 23 Aug. 1757. Wrecked off the Havannahs; admin". granted to his widow 11 Aug. 1763. His son Hugh bu. at St. Mary's Huntingdon, 11 Nov. 1765. His dr. Rosetta b. in Ireland 8 Mar. 1761, ba. at St. Mary's 3 Jun. 1774, d. 1841. Her husband E. H. of London d. 1827. (B.)

53. Still living.

54. Citizen and bowyer of London. Will dat. 4 Oct. 1558, prob. 14 Dec. 1558. (C.)

55. Of Highgate Middlesex and of the Middle Temple 1663. (C.) See the Collett Letters respecting his marriage.

56. Of London, goldsmith, m. Jane Smith of co. Chester. (C.) See Collett Letters.

57. M. Johanna Thomas. See Collett Letters.
58. See Index.

59. John and Richard are only mentioned in the Collett Pedigree.

60. Bu. 9 Nov. 1680. She and her sister Anna (61) resolved by N. F.'s advice to lead a single life. See Index.

62. The remains of Susanna Chedley, first to Josuah Mapletoft wife, afterwards to James Chedley, dr. to John and Susanna Collett, who exchanged this life for a better on the 31st day of Oct. in the year of our Lord 1657, and of her

pilgrimage fifty and five. Vitam bonam Mors aut bona excipit
aut nulla.” (G. I.)

63. Bu. 1635. (M.)

64. M. to Kestian (not, as C., Trestian). Several Kes-
tians appear in Nichols's Leicestersh. vol. ii.

65, 66. See Index.

67. Younger brother to Joshua ; he had a living in Hunts.
(Ward's Gresh. Prof. 273).

68. See Index.
69. Ba. 16 Aug. 1629 (M.) See Index.
70. See Index.
71. B. 15 Jan. 1631, ba. 19..., 1631. (M.). See Index.

72. Ba. 16 Sept. 1632, bu. 8 Nov. 1632. (M.). See
Collett Letters, 116, 119.

73. Ba. 29 Jun. 1634. (M.). See above, 301.

74. D. 14 Jul. 1656. (Brass in Gidding church, with
Collett and Mapletoft arms.)

INDEX

OF NAMES AND THINGS.

BSOLUTION, 262
deodatus, 169
Eneas Sylvius, 257
llen, Wm., 342
lms-widows, 153
ltar, reverence to, xxvii seq.,
xxxii, xxxiv, 29, 329
ndrewes, bp., 59
unthony, 251
untichrist, xxviii.
pthorpe, 115, 266
Lriosto, 59

rminian Nunnery, 56, 361
ustrology, belief in, 55
Lucher, sir Ant., 312
Lucher, Hester, lady, 312
Lugustine's three wishes, 191
Lylmer, 355
nyloffe, Joseph, 314
Lyloffe, sir Wm., 314

Barnes, 382 (No. 41)
Barrow, Isaac, 109, 195
Basire, 243, 358; letters to, 359

seq.
Basket-making of the monks, 244
Bateman, Robt., 65, 309, 324,

339
Beckwith, Susan, her gift to Gid-

ding church, 300; letter to

and from, 313
Beedells, sir Capel, 155
Benit, Mrs., 312
Bermuda, 205
Beverley, Robt., 382 (No. 36)
Blessing, parents', on their chil-

dren, 44, 223
Bodley, sir John, 304 (see Bro-

cas).
Bodley, lady, 304 seq.
Bolingbroke, 86
Bookbinding, 38, 117, 120, 121,

243, 353
Boston, 73
Bourne, ii, 23, 174, 220; par-
sonage, 314, 315

Baker, Thos., 110
Balfour, Mr., 296 seq.
Ball, John, 40
Banderlo, Mrs. E., 304

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