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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 arc not, but they mean to be.

We will not search for that we may not find,

But dearly bind
Our hearts, friend lzaak, in a tighter knot.

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

{Compiledfrom Vincent's Stafford, No. 113, in the RICHARD WALTON, of Marchington, Woodlands, in the parish of Hanbury, co. Stafford. Will

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College of Arms, Wills, and other Authorities^

dated 31st October 1557. Proved by Ronert Milward and Thomas Boonye in 1566.

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Grorge Walton, bailiff of Yoxall, co. Stafford. Will d.'ted 1oth February 157o-1. Proved 7th April following.

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Isarel. Proved her
hushand's Will 7th
April 1571.

Grorge Walton, = Elizareth.

of St Mary's, Administered to

Stafford. Buried her hushand's

there March a4, effects SepL .•;„

1597-8- 1598.

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Anne Hawkins, only daughter. Died unmarried a7th November 17a8.

in Salishury Cathedral, M. I.

Buried

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Note.—One of the daughters of Thomas Cranmer and Anne Carpenter married Dr John

have been the wives

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k'ftights in Harleian MS. 58oa, and other Authorities.] of Laurence Hatpirld, of Willoughby, co. Notts.

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Tboxas Cranhee, =?= Anne. She is presumed to have been a daughter of

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Alice, wife of Thomas Norton, of Wiltshire.

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Spencer, the pupil and friend of Hooker: and two of his other daughters are supposed to of Boote and Paery.

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