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William Snelson1,2

M, #6376, Deceased, d. after 1532

Main Events

  • Biography: He did some painting for Henry VIII at Hanworth ( Hampton Court ) in 1532 and was paid the incredible amount of L294 19s 6d according to the Letters & Papers Foreign & Domestic Henry VIII. In another record, there is note of a case between Eme Colens v. William Snelston re a tenement in Uxbridge, Couty Middlesex. [:CR:].
  • Residence: William Snelson resided in Uxbridge, London, on 25 December 1532.3
  • Occupation: He was a painter.
  • Death: He died after 1532.

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S735] Index to Proceedings in Court of Requests, Source Element: R3-6436
  3. [S740] Letters & Papers Foreign & Domestic Henry VIII, Source Element: R3-6444

Biography

William Snelston1,2

M, #6377, Deceased, d. after 1561

Main Events

  • Residence: William Snelston resided on 16 December 1561.
  • Death: He died after 1561.

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S741] Chester Recognizance Rolls, Source Element: R3-6446

Biography

Thomas De Snelleston1

M, #6378, Deceased, d. about 1415

Main Events

  • Biography: There was an inquisition post mortem 2 Henry V no 2 as recorded in the Index to Inquisitions, Counties Chester and Flint.
    Also, Thomas was an oath taker at the inquisition into the estate of Thomas Fitton in 1397. His contemporary peers were
    John de Vernon de Hulme
    John son of Robert de Chorlegh
    Thomas Neild
    Thomas de Worth
    Robert de Downes
    Edmund de Downes
    John de Cresswell
    Geoffrey de Downes
    Stephen del Rowe
    Robert Bryan
    John de Leversage
    [:CR:].
  • Residence: Thomas De Snelleston resided in Macclesfield, Cheshire, on 7 May 1397.2
  • Residence: He resided in Crewe, Cheshire, about 1414.3
  • Death: He died about 1415.4

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S593] Earwaker, Earwaker's East Cheshire Past and Present
  3. [S742] Index to Inquisitions, Counties Chester and Flint, Source Element: R3-6447
  4. [S741] Chester Recognizance Rolls, Source Element: R3-6446

Biography

Agnes De Snelleston1

F, #6379, Deceased, d. after 1399

Parents

Main Events

  • Biography: The Lateran Regesta 10 Boniface IX lxviii records on 24 Apr 1399 an Indult to Agnes de Snelleston, damsel { from the French damizel, being a young unmarried woman }, noble woman, of the diocese of Lincoln, to have a portable altar. [:CR:].
  • Residence: Agnes De Snelleston resided in Lincoln on 24 April 1399.
  • Occupation: She was a damsel & noble.
  • Death: She died after 1399.

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey

Biography

Joseph Snelson

M, #6380, Deceased, b. estimated 1720, d. about 1796

Families

Family 1: Joanne Davies (b. 26 February 1723, d. 22 April 1745)

Family 2:

Family 3: Mary Lawton

Main Events

  • Birth: Joseph Snelson was born estimated 1720 in Cranage.
  • Marriage: Joseph Snelson and Joanne Davies were married on 1 December 1744 in Sandbach.1
  • Marriage: Joseph Snelson and Mary Lawton were married on 14 March 1755.
  • Death: He died about 1796.

Citations

  1. [S5893] Eric Little, According to Eric Little - Warrington.FTW

Biography

Phoebe Harrop

F, #6381, Deceased, b. before 1780

Parents

Main Events

  • Birth: Phoebe Harrop was born before 1780.

Biography

Thomas Harrop

M, #6382, Deceased

Family

Family:

  • Joseph Harrop
  • Unknown Harrop
  • Unknown Harrop
  • Thomas Harrop+ (b. before 1745, d. after 1765)

John Paine

M, #6388, Deceased

Family

Family: Ann Unknown

  • John Paine+
  • Boy Paine
  • Matthew Paine
  • Jessica Paine
  • Frank Paine

Main Events

  • Marriage: John Paine and Ann Unknown were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:37

Biography

Thomas Snelson1,2

M, #6389, Deceased

Family

Family: Joanne Davies (b. 26 February 1723, d. 22 April 1745)

Main Events

  • Biography: According to the Catalogue of Additions to the Manuscripts at the British Museum, Thomas Snelson was involved in a case against somebody called Corbet. [:CR:].

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S745] Catalogue of Additions to the Manuscripts, Source Element: R3-6453

Biography

Oliver Snelson1

M, #6391, Deceased, d. about 1671

Main Events

  • Biography: In January 1672, William Parboult and Humphrey Parboult, husbandmen to the King, of English Frankton in Shropshire entered a petition asking for pardon for the killing of Oliver Snelson.
    About 1662, William Parboult married Anne daughter of John Meddings; the dowry was supposed to be 400 pounds - but instead accepted 300 pounds and possession of lands in Marchomley, Staffordshire - but Meddings failed to execute the conveyance having committed himself to one Norbury for 1000 pounds who then ejected Parboult.
    Parboult brought an action of ejectment against the Meddings, succeeded and was put in possession but were immediately ejected again by a writ of habere facias surruptitiously obtained by the Meddings when they were in possession against an ejector named by them.
    Parboult again brought an action and the Meddings were again removed and Parboult took possession once more; but the Meddings made several forcible entries, embezzled Parboult's goods, broke open the floors and walls, took away the doors and beat up those inside the home.
    After five years, the Meddings were indicted at the assizes on which restitution of the premises was awarded and possession delivered to the Parboults. Within the next three days the Meddings procured some people of evil behaviour to go into a hollow tree on the premises and there they sdtayed for two weeks making great fires and cursing and swearing that they would kill anyone who questioned what they were doing.
    When the Parboults arrived to find out what was going on, shots were fired and the ruffians started to beat up the Parboults, who in defending themselves and in doing so, one Oliver Snelson was slain.
    George Meddings then caused William, Humphrey and Thomas ( their brother ) to be indicted for murder at the assizes. The grand jury found on the evidence of George Meddings, Thomas Codwell and Joyce Meddings against the Parboults who were found guilty and Thomas ( who must have been tried first and separately perhaps ) was executed even though he was 7 miles away at the time of the killing. William and Humphrey Parboult, fearing for their lives, left the kingdom and stayed away.
    George Meddings became distracted and stabbed himself; Thomas Colwell was hanged for horse stealing; Joyce Meddings broke her kneck when she fell from a horse; and the Parboults appealed for pardon so that they would not have to remain in perpetual exile and ruin.
    On 15 January 1672 the Attorney General reported in favour of pardoning the Parboults. On 25 February 1672, according to the State Papers domestic 1671-1672 in the PRO, a warrent for a grant was issued to William and Humphrey Parboult of English frankton in Shropshire of pardon for killing Oliver Snelson and for all assaults, batteries &c with restitution of lands and goods. What a terrific story !
    [:CR:].
  • Death: Oliver Snelson died about 1671 in when he was murdered in a fray by William and Humfrey Parboult, Marchomley, Staffordshire.2

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S747] State Papers Domestic, Source Element: R3-6455

Biography

Unknown Snelson

M, #6395, Deceased, d. before 1612

Family

Family: Elinor (Marjorie ) Unknown (b. before 1593)

Main Events

  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:38

Biography

Unknown Lockett

M, #6396, Deceased, d. before 1614

Main Events

  • Death: Unknown Lockett died before 1614.

Biography

John ("Snellson") Snellson1,2

M, #6397, Deceased, d. about 1794

Main Events

  • Biography: In the records for the Lancashire Quarter Sessions Petitions at Preston midsummer 1794, is recorded an account of Coroner's fees for inquisition post mortem on John Snellson at Accrington. [:CR:].
  • Residence: John ("Snellson") Snellson resided in Accrington, Lancashire, about 1793.
  • Death: He died about 1794.

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S753] Lancashire Quarter Sessions Petitions, Source Element: R3-6462

Biography

John Snelson1,2

M, #6399, Deceased, d. about 1850

Main Events

  • Occupation: John Snelson was a Mariner.
  • Probate: The estate of John Snelson was probated in September 1850.
  • Death: He died about 1850.

Citations

  1. [S716] Family Origin Name Survey
  2. [S754] Cheshire Consistory Probate Index, Source Element: R3-6463

Biography