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Epping, a parish comprising the market-town of Epping, and the chapelry of Epping-Upland, in the hundred of Waltham, and the hamlet of Ryhill, in the hundred of Harlow, 17-1/2 miles (W. by S.) from Chelmsford, and 16¾ (N.E. by N.) from London, on the road to Newmarket…" (Lewis…, 1831)

28 Jul 1645 Epping, Essex. Married: Elizabeth STACY christened 14 Nov 1630 North Petherton, Somerset, England, daughter of Simon and Johan COLL (COLE) Stacy, married William DARNELL (later removed to Maryland per Combs-Stacy Researcher Barbara Stacy Mathews)

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