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Faversham, a parish in the hundred of Faversham, lathe of Scray, county of Kent, 3¼ miles east of Norton

28 Jan 1639 Faversham, Kent. Married: Archdale SAYER and Bennet HILTON (AFN entry, which also states Bennet, christened 17 Jan 1618 in Faversham, was the d/o John and Martha COLE Hilton).

Archdale SAYER, s/o Ady and Sarah ARCHDALE Sayer. Note: There are two IGI entries showing Archdale SAYER married B... HILTON in Faversham in the year 1618 (no month or date) as vs. the above 1639/40 marriage (which is not in the IGI). Archdale SARE (s/o Ady and Sarah ARCHDALE Sare) was likely born after 1609 (not named in the 1609 will of his maternal grandfather, Thomas ARCHDALE of St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, London, which also included a bequest to the poor of the parish of nearby Norton in Kent. Archdale SARE and his son, John SARE (a minor) were named in the 1650 Leicestershire will of his aunt, Barbara ARCHDALE Palmer.

No Archdale IGI entries have been located for Faversham, and none earlier than the late 1800s for Combs (not yet extracted).


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