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Vincent Mathews

Male 1665 - Yes, date unknown


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  • Born  1640-1665 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID  I3958  markhamchest
    Last Modified  8 Jan 2016 

    Father  MathewsAncestors01 ZCollector 
    Family ID  F1345  Group Sheet

    Family  Elizabeth [Unknown],   b. 1640-1665,   d. Jul 1696, Dublin, Dublin Co, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F1401  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • [pam garrett's comment] Over my years of research I have looked at several Mathews individuals and families that I thought might lead to the Ancestors of Catherine Mathews, wife of John Markham. My notes have become so unwieldy that I have felt need of entering these people, individually, into my database. The people listed below, in the burial records of St Michan Church, Dublin, must surely be related to Peter Mathews who came to New York in 1692, in the "train of Gov Benjamin Fletcher. Unfortunately I have had little success in learning more about them.

      The Register of St Michan, Dublin 1636-1685; Berry, 1907; FHL 941.83 B4prs
      Benfletcher Mathews, who was driven out of Athlone; buried 7 Apr 1691
      Hugh Fletcher, son of Christopher Fletcher and Jane his wife; burial 10 Apr 1691
      Elizabeth Mathews, wife of Vincent Mathews; buried 7 Jul 1696
      also -
      Jon. Golthram [Galtrym, Galtrim], christened 23 April 1663, St Michan, Dublin, parents - Thomas and Anne
      Thomas Goltram [Galtrym, Galtrim] married Flettcher, 26 July 1666, Saint Michan, Dublin
      Jo. Fletcher, christened 1 Aug 1675, St John the Evangelist, Dublin, son of Hugh Fletcher

      The Church of St. John the Evangelist was a former Church of Ireland church located on the west side of Fishamble Street in the centre of Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in the 12th century, and a great many of its parish records survive.

      misc note -
      Thomas Galtrym in 1584 Dublin
      Walter Galtrym Dublin merchant in 1604

      Galtrim (Dublin and Dundalk; John Galtrim, son of Walter Galtrim. Visitation City of Dublin - 1607; Gu. two swords in saltire ar pommels and hilts or, betw. four martlets of the last.
      [source] The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, Comprising a Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earliest to the Present Time; Bernard Burke, Sir, Heritage Books, 2009.

      Notes for Vincent Mathews; compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, 2015; for Markham of Chesterfield website.