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i2S.x.Ap B u.2o,io22.] NOTES AND QUERIES. 327 13. 2ft. n. from 12 on a m.u.s. ; w.f.e. Here lieth the body of Elizabeth Islip Carver, born October 13th, 1788, died October 13th, 1832. " Go, sinner, tread the path which Jesus trod, Nor miss the way through him to Christ with God." 14. 2ft. n.e. from 13 on a m.u. and broad s. ; w.f.e. Sacred to the memory of Ann, the beloved and affectionate wife of Mr. Thomas Wesley Turnley, who died December 7th, 1844, in the i'5th year of her age. 15. 2ft. n.e. from 14 on a m.u.s. ; w.f.e. Sacred to the memory of Margaret, wife of the late Capt. George Simpson of Burlington, Yorkshire, who departed this life November the fourth, 1835, in the forty -fourth year of her age. 16. 2ft. n.e. from 15 on a square altar tomb, s. Sacred to the memory of Alexander Sharman,* Esq., who died on the 9th of January, 18. ., aged 50 years ; also of Alexander, eldest son of Alex- ander Sharman and Irene his wife, who died on the 27th of December, 1853, aged 2(4 ?) years. e. To the memory of Irene, the beloved wife of Alexander Sharman, of this parish, and daughter | of Nathaniel Pearce, late of Chapel Brampton, Northamptonshire, Esquire. She died on the 5th February, 1838, aged 39 years, in the well- assured hope of eternal life through Jesus Christ. n. To the memory of Charles James, t son of ^Uexander and Irene Sharman, who died on the 1st of July, 1837, aged 5 months, and of Alfred, another son, who died on the 4th March, 1838, aged 5 months. " Here lie the sweetest buds of hope That re to mortal wish were given ; But would you know their happier state, Repent and seek the flowers in heaven." w. Blank. L. H. CHAMBERS. (To be continued.) SIR JOHN LADE (see 11 S. x. 269, 316, 357, 394, 472 ; xi. 32; xii. 35). At 11 S. x. 316, I stated that there were paragraphs in contemporary newspapers that seemed to show that the marriage of Sir John and Lady Lade took place in the year 1787. According to ' The Jockey Club,' by Charles Pigott, it took place shortly after the return to England of Frederick Augustus, Duke of York (who was her "protector" pre- viously), which occurred on Aug. 1 of this year. The registers of St. George's, Hanover

  • Square, show that Sir John Lade and

Letitia Darby were married by licence on Sept. 7, 1787 (Harleian Soc. Publications, Reg., vol. xi., p. 407). HORACE BLEACKLEY.

  • 1 853. Alexander Sharman, St. Peter's, Jany. 15 ;

50 years. Henry Le Mesurier, off. Min. [He was Mayor of Bedford in 1846, also solicitor to the Bedford and Leicester Railway.] t 1836. Charles James Sharman, St. Mary's, Bedford, July 3rd ; infant. G. A. Burnaby, Rector. APPRENTICES TO AND FROM OVERSEAS (see ante, pp. 29, 69, 106, 248). Jno. Merefield, son of William Merefield of Cockborne, Somerset, apprenticed to James Turner of Pensilvania, Mercht., 19 Feby. 1723/4. Consideration 25. (Inl. 1/48-37). William Smith, son of Joseph Smith of Virginia, Mercht., apprenticed to Jno. Hampton, Citizen and Mariner, 13 Feb. 1722/3. Consideration 21. (Inl. 1/9-18.) GERALD FOTHERGILL. 1 1, Brussels Road, St. John's Hill, S.W.ll. BRITISH SETTLERS IN AMERICA (see ante, pp. 178, 256).- William Mauduit of Bladens- burgh, Maryland, admon. to William Mau- duit, the son. (P.C.C., September, 1786.) Ansley, son of Thomas Banister, gent., Merchant, of Boston in New England, bapt. July 1, 1715, at Banbury Parish Church. Mr. John Banister, Merchant, of New England, buried June 25, 1714, at Banbury. Son William Bull, now in America, mentioned in the will of Elizabeth Bull of Kettering. (Arch. Northampton, 1817.) Elihu}jYale of Plas Gronow, Denbigh, Esq. Born in America, in Europe bred, In Africa travell'd, in Asia wed, Where long he liv'd and thriv'd ; at London dead, Much good, some ill he did. r -i Buried at Wrexham, July 22, 1729. (' Monumental Inscriptions,' Wrexham.) GERALD FOTHERGILL. 11, Brussels Road, St. John's Hill, S.W.ll. TlCHBORNES OF HARTLEY MAUDITT. Nicholas Tichborne of Hartley Mauditt, near Alton, Hants, who died in Winchester gaol after nine years' imprisonment in 1589, was a younger son of Henry Tichborne of Owslebury, who was a younger brother of Nicholas Tichborne, the grandfather of Sir Benjamin Tichborne, the first baronet. Nicholas Tichborne of Hartley Mauditt was brother of Peter Tichborne of Porchester, and uncle of Chideock Tichborne, one of the Babington conspirators, who was exe- cuted in 1586 (see ' Victoria Hist, of Hants,' ii. 84). Whom did this Nicholas Tich- borne marry ? Two of his sons were Catholic martyrs. Nicholas, probably the elder, was a recusant at large in 1592, but in 1597 he was arrested and examined. The next year, however, he was again at large, and with the assistance of his friend, Thomas Hackshot of Mursley, Bucks, rescued his brother Thomas. For this N. Tichborne and T. Hackshot suffered at Tyburn, Aug. 24, 1601. The above-