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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Robert Chewe

1546: Marriage recorded in parish register.
1575: Received a bequest from John Broddyll 11807 in a will dated this year.

Robert L. Chew, "Genealogy of the Chew Family," published by the Glouscester County, NJ., Historical Society, Woodbury, N.J., 1982:
Chew family was well established in England at least 300 years before the first English colonistset foot in America. The name came from the manor Chew Magna, on the banks of the River Chew in Somersetshire. The manor originally belonged to Godwin, Earl of Wessex, in the 11th century.

1599: death recorded in parish register. Gives father's name as Edward, which casts extreme doubt on lineage as hypothesized by RLC 14093.


Thomas Berkhem

Mentioned in father-in-law's will


Dyna Chew

Mentioned in father's will.


John Leland

Mentioned in father-in-law's will as John Island.


Susan Chew

Mentioned in father's will.


Edmond Duncombe

Mentioned in father-in-law's will.


Hester Chew

Mentioned in father's will.


John Eldridge

Mentioned in father-in-law's will.


Sara Chew

Mentioned in father's will.


John or Joseph Chew

1552: Christening recorded in parish register.
1575: Likely the John Chewe who inherited twenty pounds from his father-in-law John Broddyll in a will dated this year.