Markham of Chesterfield
Ancestors and Descendants of John Markham
Abt 1606 - Yes, date unknown
||Yes, date unknown
||15 Jul 2018 |
||Henry Vincent, b. 1555, Kinver, Stafford Co, England , d. Between 1638 and 1649, London, England |
||Dorcas Charke, b. Abt 1580, Cornwall Co, England , d. 1649, London, England |
||Thomas Skinner, b. 1590-1600, London, England , d. 1658, London, England |
||10 Dec 1622
- 1606; Dorcas Vincent; Christening 6 April 1606; Saint Stephan Coleman Street, London, London, England
1622; Dorcas Vincent married Thomas Skinner, 10 Dec 1622; St Martin Pomeroy, London
Christenings of the children of Thomas Skinner and Dorcas Vincent at Saint Martin Pomeroy, London:
Thomas Skinner; 23 June 1624
Dorcas Skinner; 28 February 1633
1631?; In the Will of Margaret Touller, widow of St Martin, Ironmongerlane, London (about 1631) she names a number of cousins. Several of these cousins are the grandchildren of William Charke.
Consider these notes from the Will:
cousins Henry, Dan, Jn & Esay Vincent;
cousins Henry Jackson, Thos Skynner, Ben Charke & Henry Burton;
cousin Ezekiel Charke & his son Ezekiel; pasture in Westham, Essex;
2 dtrs of cousin Fiske
Rebecca, Abigail & Jeremy Vincent;
Sara & Thos Jackson;
Wlm son of Ben Charke
exec cousin Ben Charke;
[source] Commissary Court of London; Will Abstracts Volume 26 (1629-1634)
1636; A statement from the Will of Daniel Vincent, Leatherseller and Merchant Adventurer of London, dated 4 April 1636:
Item to my loving brother John Vincent ____, and to my loving Brother in law and partner Thomas Skynner to __ forty shillings a piece to buy ___ rings to be ____ worne in my remembrance
. . . Delivered by the said Mr Daniell Vincent ____ wit - Jo Skynner, Tho Skynner, Saml Gosse.
1636; June 24, 1636 Hampton Court; The same to the Court of Assistants of the English merchants at Rotterdam. Enclose a petition of the creditors of Henry Vincent, Thomas Skinner, and Daniel Vincent, deceased, wherein they will perceive that 30,000 is owing to them, and that the greatest part of Vincent and Skinner's estates is in debts and merchandise in Hamburgh, Rotterdam, and other places beyond the seas, as also that with the liking of Vincent and Skinner, they authorized Thomas Clutterbuck to attach, in the hands of Robert Kilvert, all debts, moneys, &c, but Kilvert denied the delivery of the merchandise or giving an account. Request them to call Kilvert before them, and cause him to deliver an account of the estate of Vincent and Skinner, and if he refuse, to return a certificate that further course may be taken. [Draft. 1 p.]
[source] Calendar of State Papers: Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office. 1636 - 1637, Volume 10; William Douglas Hamilton, Sophia C. Lomas, 1867.
1612-1613; Master of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers - Henry Vincent.
1654; Master of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers - Thomas Vincent (Alderman).
1657; Master of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers - Thomas Skynner, 1657-1658.
[source] History and Antiquities of the Worshipful Company of Leathersellers, of the City of London; Black and Francis, 1871.
1650; A statement from the Will of Dorcas Vincent, widow of London, dated 19 January 1650:
Item I give to my Grandchild Edward Skinner __ pounds And to his brother Thomas Skinner __ pounds To my Grandchild James(?) [Isaac] Skinner __ pounds
1658; Will of Thomas Skinner, Leatherseller of Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsey in Southwark, Surrey.
[source] Probate of Prerogative Court of Canterbury; PROB 11/285/313
Notes for Dorcus Vincent; compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, 2015; for Markham of Chesterfield website.