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Our sports and life oft contemned are

By men that spare
No cost of time, wealth, life, to gain their end,

And often spend
Them all in hopes some happiness to see
In what they are not, but they mean to be.

We will not search for that we may not find,

But dearly bind
Our hearts, friend Izaak, in a tighter knot,

And this our lot
Here long to live together in repose,
Till death for us the peaceful scene shall close.

[Compiled from Vincent's Stafford, No. 113, in the RICHARD WALTON, of Marchington, Woodlands, in the parish of Hanbury, co. Stafford. Will

.................................. HENRY WALTON, of Dovebridge, co. Derby. = MARGARET, daughter of HENRY MILWARD,

Query, if the Henry WALTON, son of RICHARD of Dovebridge, co. Stafford, third son of WALTON, who is mentioned in his Will, dated ROBERT MILWARD, of Catton, co. Derby. 31st October 1557?

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College of Arms, Wills, and other Authorities.]
dated 31st October 1557. Proved by Robert Milward and Thomas Boobye in 1566.

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GEORGE WALTON, bailiff of Yoxall, co. Stafford. Will —

dated 10th February 1570-1. Proved 7th April following.

ISAREL. Proved her

husband's Will 7th
April 1571.

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IZAAK WALTON. Baptized at Clerkenwell Ioth February 1649-50. Buried there

roth June following

IZAAK WALTON. Baptized at Clerkenwell ANNE WALTON. = DR WILLIAM

7th September 1651. Proceeded M.A. Born 11th March HAWKINS, Preben13th March 1675. Obtained the rectory 1647-8. Married dary of Winchester of Polshot, co. Wilts, about 1681, and about 1676. Died Cathedral, Rector of afterwards was a Canon of Salisbury 18th August Droxford, co. Hants. Cathedral. Will dated 14th July 1714 1715, æt. 67. Born 1633. Died Proved 18th November 1720. Died in Buried in 17th July 1691, æt. 58. London, unmarried, 29th December Winchester Buried in Winchester

Buried in Salisbury Cathedral, Cathedral, M. I. Cathedral, M. I.

17:31. Bu

ANNE HAWKINS, only daughter. Died unmarried 27th November 1728. Buried

in Salisbury Cathedral, M. I.

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[Compiled from Herald's Visilations, Le Neve's Pedigrees of

THOMAS CRANMER, of Aslacton, co. Notts, Esq. 7 Agnes, daughter

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=THOMAS CRANMER, second - - ANNE, niece to the

son. Born 1489. Conse wise of OzIANDER.
crated Archbishop of Can Second wife.
terbury 30th March 1533.
Martyred 21st March 1555.

ANNE.

MARGARET.

THOMAS CRANMER, of Kirkstall, co. York.

Living 1582.

GEORGE CRANMER, THOMAS WILLIAM CRANMER,

son and heir. CRANMER. of London, Merchant, Admitted scholar Living Deputy-Governor of of Christ Church, 1617, a the Hamburgh Com

Oxford, 1577 or lunatic. pany at Rotterdam. 1579, then æt. 14.

Died 1650, at Slain in Ireland

Rotterdam. 13th Nov. 1600. Died unmarried.

SUSANNAH, DOROTHY, RACHEL. daughter of Baptized Baptized

- Powell: 1575. Mar- 1577. Mar. | sister and co-heir ried

r ied, 1997, of Sir EDWARD Field (vide JOHN

POWELL, of Memoir of BLOWFIELD, Pengeth!y, co. WALTON, p. Gent. Died Hereford, and of xxii, note). 24th August Fulham, Bart. Living 1635. 1600.

GEORGE Sir William Cran- Susan, eldest = CRANMER, MER, of London, daughter. Born 1650. Died knighted 14th before April 1635. unmarried. December 1689, Married EDWARD

Governor of the KENRICK, of Hamburg Company, London, Merand of the Merchants chant, and third

Adventurers of son of JOHN

London. Died KENRICK, of unmarried 20th Sept. Shropshire. 1697, ät. 67. Buried First husband.

at Bromley, co.
Middlesex, M. I. in

St Mildred's,
Canterbury.

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Note.-One of the daughters of Thomas Cranmer and Anne Carpenter married Dr JOHN

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have been the wives

Knights in Harleian MS. 5802, and other Authorities.]

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SPENCER, the pupil and friend of Hooker; and two of his other daughters are supposed to of Boote and PARRY.

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