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1. Joan


  • Marriage (1): Joan
  • BuriedMale: 14 Mar 1603, St Peter, Ash, Surrey 2

bullet  Notes:

The earliest known male in the Stevens line, he was probably the Henry Stevens who was named in the 1593 Lay Subsidy of Ash in Surrey. Henry Stevens was also listed as a 'bill man of ye second sorte' in the Surrey Muster Rolls of 1572 and 1583, and as a provider of archers in 1596. He was a farmer, and had at least eight surviving childen.

His son Henry was not mentioned in his will, but was named in the will of his son Nicholas (qv). Henry snr's other sons were Edward who married Rose Terry in Ash in 1598, John and Robert - Robert was the only child to be baptised in Ash (in 1583). It is possible that the family had moved there from Berkshire, where they had property. Henry had three married daughters - their children were identified in his will.

Additional sources:
A Ridley-Bax (1906) Lay Subsidy Assessments for Surrey in 1593 or 1594. Surrey Archaeological Collections Vol 19. Surrey County RO
Surrey Musters 1544-1684. Surrey Record Society


Henry married Joan. (Joan was buried on 20 Mar 1603 in St Peter, Ash, Surrey 3.)



1 Probate, Henry Stevens, Archdeaconry Court of Surrey ref DW/PA/7/7 f391 dated 1-4-1603, Surrey County RO Mf.

2 Church Register, Transcript of Ash (1992), Surrey County RO.

3 Church Register, Transcript of Ash 1548-1840, Surrey County RO.

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