U85/38/14 (Sir Anthony Throckmorton’s Diary, 1578-1596, 1609-1613) DCb-L/R/vol 11, f. 223v (Register of General Licences, 1625–1629) DCb/L/R/13 (Petition of Henry Jenken, 27 June 1635) DCb/BT/1/94 (Baptism of an ‘Indian manchild’, St. Mary’s Fordwich, 28 June 1635)
Exeter Parish Registers Exeter Cathedral, 1594-1640 Holy Trinity, 1564-1640 St David, 1559-1640 St Edmund, 1571-1640 St Kerrian, 1559-1640 St Laurence, 1604-1640 St Martin, 1572-1640 St Mary Arches, 1538-1640 St Mary Major, 1561-1640 St Olave, 1601-1640 St Petrock, 1538-1612 St Sidwell, 1569-1640 St Thomas 1541-1640
Bishops’s Transcripts for Exeter St George, 1609-1640 St John, 1609-1640 St Mary Steps, 1610-1640
Other Parish Registers Bideford 1561-1640 Buckland Monachorum 1538-1628 Dartmouth St Saviour’s, 1586-1640 Northam St Margaret 1560-1640 (MF28) East Allington (DRO 696/1 MF 7) Barnstaple (DRO MFC 46/6) St Mary Major, Exeter (DRO MF 5, 8) Hatherleigh (DRO MF 1)
Court Records QS 1/1 Quarter Sessions (1592-1595)
Devon: North Devon Record Office, Barnstaple
Parish Registers Barnstaple St. Peter, 1538-1640 (3054 A/PR1) Tawstock St. Peter, 1598-1640 (PR1,2) Ilfracombe, 1600-1640
Devon: Plymouth and West Devon Record Office, Plymouth
D421/9 (1588/9 Special pardon by Q. Elizabeth to Edward Wynter Esq. for having killed Henry Welsh in a duel in Marylebone.)
Hampshire Record Office, Winchester
HRO 1612B/036 (Will of Mary Groce, 1612). HRO 1612AD/046 (Inventory of Laurence Groce)
Hatfield House, Hertfordshire
Cecil Papers 82/85 (Thomas Sherley to Robert Cecil, 29 December 1600) Cecil Papers 91/15 (draft proclamation for the transportation of ‘Blackamoors’, 1601?) Cecil Papers 250/71 (Thomas Sherley to Robert Cecil, 29 November 1600) Cecil Papers, Box F/8, Cash Book 1622, f. 18r (payment to an African, Theobalds, 1622)
Petitions 151 (Van Senden’s petition to the Queen, Nov.1600?) Petitions 153 (William Andrew’s petition, c.1600?) Petitions 399 ( Caspar Van Senden’s petition 1598 or later?) Petitions 1326 (Caspar Van Senden’s petition Nov 1600?)
Hertfordshire Archives & Local Studies
Parish Register DP/29/1/1 (St. Mary the Virgin, Cheshunt)
The Huntington Library, California
HM 1648, f. 20v (Log book of the Red Dragon, 1586).
BL Additional MS 31922, ff.14v–15 (Henry VIII’s songbook) BL Additional MS 37818, ff. 7–35 (Lord Zouche’s letters to William Warde and Henry Mainwaring, 1619–1620) BL Arundel 249, f. 85v (Thomas More to John Holt, November 1501) BL Cotton MS, Vespasian C VII, ff. 362, 371, 373 (John Barker’s letters to the Earl of Leicester from St. Lucar de Barrameda, April 1578) BL Egerton MS 2584, nos. 243, 245, 255, 288, and 352 (William Warde and Jacob Braems’s letters to Lord Zouche, 1619) BL Egerton 2806 (A boke of Warrants to the great Guarderobe, c.1575) BL Harley MS 280 (anonymous account of Drake’s 1577–80 circumnavigation voyage) BL Harley MS 4762, ff. 10–11 (Sir Thomas Baskerville to Lord Burghley, 1596) BL Harley MS 6265, ff. 71v–72r (Walsingham to Leicester, September 1581) BL IOR, B/8, f. 280 (Helen Jeronimo’s first petition to the East India Company East India Company Court Minute Book, 26 November 1623) BL IOR, B/9, f. 78 (Helen Jeronimo’s second petition to the East India Company, East India Company Court Minute Book, 18, August 1624) BL IOR, B/10, f.102 (Helen Jeronimo’s third petition to the East India Company, East India Company Court Minute Book, 7 July 1625) BL, Lansdowne MS 10, ff.16–60 (Returns of Aliens) BL Lansdowne MS 115, f. 196 (Barker’s letter of reprisal, 1586) BL Lansdowne MS 115, no. 82, ff. 234-238, and no. 83, f. 239 (Papers relating to the prize Charles brought into Bristol, 1590) BL Lansdowne MS 158/ 66-69, ff.131-137(Sir Julius Caesar’s papers regarding Don Antonio vs. Dassell, 1592) BL Royal MS 17 B. X (Petition of William Bragge to the Honourable Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, and all the Company of the East India and Sommer Islands)
London: London Metropolitan Archives
Parish registers DRO/015/A/01/001(All Hallows, Tottenham) P71/OLA/009 (St Olave’s Tooley Street) P78/NIC/001(St. Nicholas, Deptford) P79/JN1/021(St John’s, Hackney) P92/GEO/139 (St. George the Martyr, Southwark) P92/SAV/3001 (St. Saviour’s, Southwark) P93/DUN/255, 256 (St Dunstan’s and All Saint’s, Stepney)
City of London Parish Registers (previous held at the Guildhall Library) MS 03572/1 (St Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury) MS 04310 (St Mary Bothaw) MS 04429/1(St Mildred Poultry) MS 04448 (St Stephen, Coleman Street) MS 04510/1 (St.Ann, Blackfriars) MS 04515/1 (St. Botolph, Bishopsgate) MS 06673/1 (St Andrew, Holborn) MS 07644 (St Mary Woolchurch Haw) MS 09920, 09221, MS 09222/1, MS 09222/2, MS 09223 (St. Botolph, Aldgate, 1558–1665) MS 09234/1–8 (Parish Clerk Memorandum Books, St Botolph, Aldgate, 1583–1625) MS 09659/2 (St Katharine by the Tower) MS 017602 (St Dionis Backchurch) MS 028867 (St Olave, Hart Street)
Other Church documents MS 01013 (St Mary Woolchurch Haw Churchwardens' Accounts, 1612) MS 04887 (St. Dunstan’s in the East, Vestry Minutes) MS 04956/2 (Accompt of Emmanuel Franklyn, Churchwarden of All Saints, Staynings) MS 09065E/1 (London Commissary Court ‘Ex Officio’ Book, 1632) MS 09237 (St. Botolph Aldgate account of Richard Starr, 1623) MS 04524/1 (St Botolph Bishopsgate, churchwardens accounts, 1597) MS 0593/2 (St Stephen’s Walbrook, account book 1603-4)
Westminster Quarter Sessions WJ/SR/NS/13, no.18 (Daniel Powell accuses Jane Bankes of ‘misdemeanours’, Westminster Sessions Roll, 22 March 1624) WJ/SR/NS/15/104 (Clement Edwards’s indictment, Westminster Sessions Roll, 24 June 1625) WJ/SR/NS/15/24 (Solomon Carr, surgeon and Richard Watmough, cordwainer, of St. Clements Danes bound for John and Jane Bankes to appear at the next Sessions, 10 February 1626) WJ/SR/NS/15/26 (John Bankes and Solomon Carr bound for Anne Edwards to appear at the next Sessions, 16 February 1626) WJ/SR/NS/15/130 (The Information of Mary Hall against John Bankes and Jane his wife for keeping a bawdy house, Westminster Sessions Roll, 23 February 1626) WJ/SR/NS/15/71(John Little, butcher, Peter Johnson, bricklayer, both of St. Clements Danes and James Wright of St. Martins in the Fields, gentleman, bound for Mary Hall to appear, 27 February 1626) WJ/SR/NS/15/76 (Clement Edwards and Francis Heath of London, draper, to give evidence against John and Jane Bankes, and Anne Edwards, 16 February 1626) WJ/SR/NS/16/120 (John Bankes, Thomas Caulfield of St Martin in the Fields, gentleman, and Peter Collier of London, cook, bound for Jane Bankes to appear, 2 June 1626) WJ/SR/NS/16/121 (John Bankes and John Fuller of London gentleman, and Brian Buckley of Westminster, gentleman, bound for John Bankes to appear, 2 June 1626) WJ/SR/NS/16/41(Clement Edwards to appear to prosecute Mr and Mrs Bankes, 4 June 1626) WJ/SR/NS/16/153 (Mrs and Mrs Bankes appear on list of prisoners in the Gatehouse, 23 June 1626) WJ/SR/NS/17/56 (John and Jane Bankes, Peter Collier of St Dunstan in the West, cook, Brandon Buckley, of St Margaret’s, Westminster, gentleman and William Smith of Hampstead Norris, Berks, yeoman bound for the Bankes to appear to prosecute a traverse on the indictment against them 11 July 1626) WJ/SR/NS/17/ 127((List of Prisoners in the Gatehouse, 3 October 1626) WJ/SR/NS/18/73 (Westminster Sessions Roll, 5 June 1627)
Middlesex Quarter Sessions MJ/SR/0510/33 (Middlesex Sessions Roll: Sessions of the Peace and Gaol Delivery, March 1612) MJ/SBR/1 ff. 479, 498 (Middlesex Sessions Registers, 1612) MJ/SR/553, nos.112, 113 (Middlesex Sessions Roll, September 1615) MJ/SR/2/346, 349a (Middlesex Sessions Register, 1615) X71/018: 2/93 (Gaol Delivery Registers 1615)
Other MS 30045/1, f. 9v (Corporation of Trinity House, Transactions, 1 January 1611) CLC/L/HA/C/007/MS15857/001, f. 209 (Worshipful Company of Haberdashers, Register of Freedom Admissions, 1629).
London: The National Archives of the UK, Kew.
Chancery C1/148/67 (Maria Moriana vs. The Mayor and Sheriffs of London, c.1490) C 4/67/50 (mentions Philip Westcott and ‘the country of Barbary’, 16th c.) C 33/94, p.822 (Ferdinando Alvarez vs. Mary May, widow, 14 June 1599) C2/Jas I/D10/61 (Court of Chancery, Davies vs. Kilburne, 15 October 1622). C 2/JasI/K7/12 (Court of Chancery, Kilburne v Watts, 9 July 1622)
Patent Rolls C 66/1312, ff. 41–43 (Patent of the Guinea Company, 3 May 1588)
Colonial Office CO 1/1, no. 38 (Project of the intended voyage to Virginia by Captain Andrews and Jacob Braems in the Silver Falcon, ?October 1618) CO 1/1, no. 44 Warrant by Lord Zouche for John Fenner, Captain of the Silver Falcon, and Henry Bacon, master, to pass to Virginia, 15 February 1619). CO 1/3, f.24 (Muster of the inhabitants of Virginia, 1625) CO 1/11, no.15 (Guinea Company report to the Council of State, 25 May 1650) CO 268/1, f. 5v (Accompt of the Limits & Trade for the African Company, 1672)
Exchequer E 36/214, f.109 (The King's Book of Payments: John Blanke’s wages, 7 Dec 1507) E 36/217, f. 70 (Gibson’s Revels Account, 1511) E 44/353 (Covenant between John Fenner, Henry Bacon and Jacob Braems, 22 February 1619). E 101/417/2, no.105 (John Blanke’s petition for a pay rise c. 1509) E 101/417/6, f.57 (Henry VIII’s gift to Richard Mayre, a yeoman of the Ewery, 14 January 1512) E 101/417/3 f.12 (Henry VIII’s gift to William Toke) E101/420/1 no.29 ((Henry VIII’s gift to John Hethe) E 101/417/6, no.50 (Henry VIII orders a wedding outfit for John Blanke, 14 January 1512) E 112/88, no. 316 (Jacob Braems’ Bill of Complaint and the Answers of John Berry and Thomas Fultnetby, defendants, 1624) E 134/22Jas1/Mich38 (Interrogatories and Depositions in the case of Jacob Braems vs. John Berry and Thomas Fulnetby, 1624) E134/10Chas1/Trin6 (John Reston and his wife Susan v Jacob Braems and William Nethersole, 1634)
E 190/14/4 (Port book, London overseas outwards, 25 December 1607– 25 December 1608).
High Court of Admiralty HCA/1/47 ff.235, 290v. (Testimony of Edmund Towers, 1611) HCA 1/47, ff.4-5 (Testimony of William Hill 1 May 1609), f.56 (William Longecastle), ff.56-57 (William Tavernor), f.59 (John Moore, 20 November 1609) HCA 13/5, ff. 191–195 (Deposition by Domenico Erizzo, 14 December 1547) HCA 13/93, ff.192–303 (Depositions, Domenico Erizo vs. Peter Paulo Corsi, 1547–9) HCA 24/17/130 (objection against validity of evidence of John Westcott, William Mussen, John Ito and George Blake by an agent of Domenico Erizzo, 19 March 1549) HCA 24/59, ff.29-46 (Don Antonio vs. Anthony Dassell, 1592) HCA 24/68/115 (John Eccleston, William Halliday and William Heybourne, 1 December 1601) HCA 13/29, ff.39-41 (Depositions of Antonio de Sousa and Balthazar Alvarez, 13 March 1591) HCA 13/37 (Robert and William Bragge of Plymouth send a ship to the West Indies, 1604) HCA 14/39, no. 85 (Earl of Nottingham grants John Davies permission to send the ship Resistance to ‘the parts beyond the seas, namely Guinea, Binney [Benin] and Brazil’, 1609) HCA 1/48, ff. 310–311 (Examination of Jacob Braems, 13 May 1620)
King’s Bench KB 27/1331, no.313 (Mary May and Andrew Broome vs. Hector Nunes, 20 March 1588)
Privy Council PC 2/3 f.129 (Privy Council meeting at Westminster, 26 March 1550) PC 2/21, f.304 (Privy Council letter, 11 July 1596) PC 2/21, f.306 (Privy Council letter, 18 July 1596)
Court of Star Chamber STAC 5 B11/13 (Bucke vs. Wynter, 1597- Interrogatories to Edward Swarthye) STAC 5 B20/36 (Bucke vs. Wynter, 1597- Interrogatories to Sir Edward Wynter) STAC 5 B22/33 (Bucke vs. Wynter, 1598- Interrogatories to other witnesses) STAC 5 B35/22 (Bucke vs. Jones and Goldricke, 1597) STAC 5 B37/4 (Bucke vs. Wynter, 1597- Interrogatories to Charles Jones and William Goldricke) STAC 5 B38/11(Bucke vs. Wynter, 1598- Bill of Complaint and Answers) STAC 5 B45/4 (Bucke vs. Bromfield and Parker, 1597)
STAC 5 S14/26 (Court of Star Chamber, Hugh Smyth v Sir John Younge, Sir George Norton et. al., Interrogatory 3, and testimony of Anne White, 11th April 1580)
State Papers, Domestic SP 10/9 f.93 (Report on the prisoners in the Tower of London, 22 October 1549) SP 12/53 (Inquiry into attack on Hawkins at San Juan d’Ulloa, 1569) SP 12/270/119 (Denis Edwards to Thomas Lankford, 28 May 1599). SP 12/275, ff. 152, 160 (John Chamberlain reports on the Moroccan ambassador, 1600) SP 12/183/49( Edward Wynter to Sir Francis Walsingham, 24 October 1585) SP 12/262/104 (Declaration of John Hill of Stonehouse, Plymouth, 1597) SP 12/259/53 (Swarts vs. Halliday, 1596) SP 12/132, ff.39-42 (treatise, 17 September 1579, discussing alliance with Barbary) SP12/154/24 (proposal for a voyage to Guinea, 1582) SP 14/113, ff. 59–60 (Petitions of John Anthony to Lord Zouche, winter 1619–20) SP 14/113, ff. 61–2 (Sir Henry Mainwaring to Lord Zouche, March 1620) SP 14/148/99 (John Chamberlain to Dudley Carleton, July 1623) SP 14/215, f.75 (Edward Nicholas to Mr Oliver, 10 May 1628) SP 78/16 f.9 (Edward Stafford to Sir Francis Walsingham, 20 August 1586)
SP 14/110, f.104 (Braems served notice to appear before Lord Zouche on 23 September, 17 September 1619) SP 12/218/14, f. 25 (African reported aboard the San Pedro Mayor, wrecked near Salcombe in South Devon in November 1588) SP 46/185 (Papers of George Stoddard, Grocer, 1553–1568) SP 16/334/50 (Sir James Bagg to Edward Nicholas, 18 January 1628)
State Papers, Foreign SP 52/63, f.68 (Opinion of Dr. Julius Caesar in the matter of George Bruce, 21 April 1598) SP 78/16 f. 9. (Letter from Sir Edward Stafford, 20 August 1586) SP 94/5, 6 (Giles Van Harwick alias William Resould’s letters from Lisbon to Peter Arson, alias Cecil, 1597-99) SP 102/4, 54 (Henry Robarts’s embassy to Morocco, 1585-9)
Unpublished finding aids Barnes Index: T.G. Barnes, ‘Fines handed down by Star Chamber: STAC 5–8 1596–1641’ (1971).
St. Clements Danes Parish Registers, vols.1-2 (1558-1640) St Margaret’s Parish Registers, vols.1-5 (1539-1640) St Martin in the Fields Parish Registers, vols. 1-3 (1551-1640) St Mary Le Strand Parish Registers, vol. 1 (1558-1640)
Maidstone, Kent: Centre for Kentish Studies
Household Accounts of the Earls of Bath, Tawstock, Devon, c.1638-1655 U269/A518/1 U269/A525/5 U269/A525/7 U269/A527 U269/E314/1
Parish Registers Dover, St. James (TR 2451/5) Dover St. Mary (TR 2451/6) Gravesend Bexley St. Mary Staplehurst (P347/1/1)
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