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of Great, Little and Much Totham, Essex, England
Great Totham and Little Totham, parishes in the Hundred of Thurstable, Essex, with Great Totham 3 miles north northeast, and Little Totham 3-1/2 mi northeast of the town of Maldon. (Lewis… Vol. IV, p. 326, 1831)
Note also Tolleshung/Tolleshunt in both the following records.
13 Oct 1559 Essex Wills (843) (Extracted from the) Will of William PERKINE of Layer Breton "… To my said sons the whole lease that I have in the half farm of Layer Breton, as in a pair of indentures between Richard SAMES of Great Totham and John BRETT of Tolleshung Major and my sons, to occupy it jointly. I ordain them my executors. Witnesses: Robert CAMMOCKE, Richard COWAYE. Proved 8 May [year not given]. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Vince Griffin from Wills of the County of Essex (England) Volume 1 1558-1565 by F.G. Emmison, National Genealogical Society, Washington, D.C., 1982) Search Words: Cowey Perkins
2 Oct 1604 - 23 Mar 1604 Consistory, London. Sperin, 303. Will of Matthew AYLETT of Much Totham, Essex, Yeoman To be buried in churchyard. To Elizabeth my wife all my lands and tenements now in the occupation of Peter PAYSE situate in Tolleshunt Tregoose Essex. Also to her all my goods whatsoever and she to be sole Executrix. Wit: Robert MANNINGE, James MANNINGE. Proved 23 March, 1604, by relict. (English Origins of American Colonists, J. R. Hutchinson, p. 238)
Robert CAMMOCK'S son, Thomas m 2nd Francis RICH. Warwick CAMMOCK, great-grandson of Robert, who is found with Archdale COMBS in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia in the 1660s & 1670s (See Also Cammock Families & Rich Families) Also note that Penelope AYLETT, d/o Thomas and Lettice WILLIAMS of Howells, Essex, married Robert LOVETT, son of Sir Robert LOVETT of Liscombe, Soulbury, Bucks, and brother of Elizbeth LOVETT who married John COMBE (s/o John and Margaret ARCHDALE Combe and father of Archdale COMBE).
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