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SAMUEL COLLINS OF BRAINTREE
Some Events in the Life and Times of a
Seventeenth Century Essex Vicar
By Bernard Davies
THE PRESENT STATE OF RUSSIA
In a Letter to a Friend at London; Written by an Eminent Person Residing at the Great Czar’s Court at Mosco for the Space of Nine Years: Illustrated with many copper plates. (1671)
By Samuel Collins
Robert Boyle (1627-1691)
I hunted all over the Internet for a copy of Mr. Loewenson’s article. All I found were references to it and an occasional brief excerpt. I tracked down the publisher, hoping they would have copies of past issues archived; they don’t. I searched through every online source for used books and publications trying to find an old copy to buy and found nothing. I checked with my local public library and then the local college library. They don’t have the magazine but they could try to find it on inter-library loan. Just as I was about to go to the college and send an order for the inter-library loan copy, Igor Osipov was gracious enough to send me a complete copy of the article! Continue reading
All of the Bocking records I’ve found have spelled the name “Clarke” so I will distinguish this family by that name. They are very likely to be related to the Clerke families in the area but for the sake of trying to trying to keep things straight I will use the different spellings for each family, except where there is a difference in the original record. Continue reading
Since we have a strong interest in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin in Bocking I will post all the Clarke records that I have extracted from 1558 through 1600. Continue reading
Watering Cattle by Thomas Gainsborough
I have long thought the will of Daniel Collins of London indicated a total of six children for his brother Samuel because of the way it is worded. Continue reading
In the name of God Amen. The 4th day of Januarye in Anno Domini 1561; witnesseth I Clemente Clarke of Bocking in the countie of Essex, being of whole mynde and parfecte memory, thanks be given to god, doe ordaine and make this my laste will and testamente. Continue reading
In the name of god amen; The last daye of Auguste in the yeare of our lord god a thousand fyve hundredth fiftie and foure, and in the first and second yeares of our most soveraigne lorde and ladye Phyllipp and Marye, Continue reading