Name: Anthony Dawley
Birth: in Of Ibsley, Hants 1
Death: APR 1616 1 2
Burial: 4 APR 1616 Winchester Cathedral, Hants
Note: Winchester Cathedral Register
Residence: High St, Winchester, Hants 1
Occupation: Justice of the Peace 3
Change Date: 1 MAR 2013
In 1596 Thomas Brabon of Middlesex took separate 40-year leases of 213 and 40, at 12d. rent for 213, and in 1598 Anthony Dawley of Winchester took 213 and 40, High Street, Winchester, on a single lease. 213 and 214 formed the garden of Dawley?s house, which was adjacent to the west.
(Survey of Medieval Winchester, by Derek Keene, Alexander R. Rumble.)
Presumably no connection:
According to the Crawley Court Rolls, in 1634 Sir Gerard Fleetwood held his land ?for the lives of Hamden Dowse and Antony Dawley ? ; and by anindenture dated Oct., 1641, on the lives of Dutton Fleetwood and Anne Fleetwood, and Thomas ...
Father: Thomas Dawley
Mother: Mary Brokesley
- Walter Dawley b: 1591
- Text: Lainston House website.
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Hampshire
- Text: Pedigrees from the visitation of Hampshire made by Thomas Benolt, Clarenceulx a 1530: enlarged with the vissitation of the same county made by Robert Cooke, Clarenceulx anno 1575 both which are continued with the vissitation made by John Phillipott, Somersett (for William Camden, Clarenceux) in a 1622 most part then done & finished in a 1634.
As collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian ms. no. 1544 (1913)