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Boreham, 5.72 miles northwest of Maldon, "a parish in the hundred of Chelmsford, 3½ miles east northeast of Chelmsford … The living is a vicarage, in the archdeaconry of Essex and diocese of London… and in the patronage of the Bishop of London (Lewis…, 1831)


1657 Boreham, Essex, item 3. Sale. Henry WARD, grocer, cousin and h (heir) of Wm WARD late of Boreham, brother & h of Andrew WARD eldest brother of said William sells to Sussex CAMOCKE esq a cottage called 'Beadles' & 2 ac. near 'Red deer Park' belonging to New Hall for 100 pds. on 16th December 1657. (Cammock Family)

Sussex was the son of Thomas and Frances RICH Cammock, Sr. and father of Warwick CAMMOCK of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia


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