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Help and advice for Petrockstowe Overseers 1682-1705

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Transcribed by Betsy Rubel, with the kind permission of the incumbent, the Revd. Christian Merivale.

Question marks indicate uncertainty regarding the original text.

1682 - Edw. Hearn & Thomas Gordon?
1683 - John Frayne & Jo Littletar
1684 - Yolden & ? Bowhay
1685 - John Hutchings & Philip Gregory
1686 - Robert (?) Rolle & John Hearn
1687 - David Bowhay & Samuel Hutchings
1688 - Rich. Martin & Wm. Greening
1689 - S. Frayne & Ch (?) Hern
1690 - Jo. Vogwell & L. Gawman
1691 - Littletar & D. Denford
1692 - M. Cornish & Jos. Hutchings
1693 - Jo. Frayne & S. Hern
1694 - S. Hutchings & A. Penrose
1695 - S. Bastard & H. Parkyn
1696 - Sam. Frayne & S. Osbourne
1697 - Jo. Parnacott & J. Littletar
1698 - Hern, Patchold, Langdon, Westerzland ?
1699 - J. Hutchings & H. Parkyn
1700 - S. Hearne & J. Gordon
1701 - J. Frayne & J. Bowhay
1702 - Jo. Littletar & R. Quicke
1703 - Cole Rolle & Jo. Hern
1704 - Jos Parnacott & Saml Frayne
1705 - Thomas Littletar & Thomas (?) Bowhay

Brian Randell, 10 May 2005

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