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of Saffron Walden, Essex, England
Saffron Walden, an incorporated market town and parish, locally in the hundred of Uttlesford, county of Essex, 27 miles west northwest of Chelmsford, and 42 miles north northeast of London.
1721-1724. Testamentary. Estate of Sussex CAMMOCK. Brief abstract of title, and letter from Gilbert METCALFE, of Rappahannock Creek Virginia. (Essex Record Office. Round Family of Birch, Colcehster and District, Ref: D/DRb/F13)
Sussex CAMMOCK of Saffron Walden and Boreham was the s/o Thomas and Frances RICH Cammock of Maldon, Essex, and father of Warwick CAMMOCK of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. His daughter, Susan CAMMOCK, married, as her second husband, Gilbert MEDCALF of Richmond County, Virginia, the latter the son of Richard and Elizabeth FAUNLEROY Medcalf and grandson of Gilbert MEDCALF of London.
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