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Thomas was Lord of Frodesley Manor 1533-1587. There is a monument to Thomas and Elizabeth in the Church of St. Andrew and St. Mary in Condover (a few miles from Frodesley). The monument is pictured in THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND: Vol. 8, A HISTORY OF SHROPSHIRE [op.cit.].
It's possible that Thomas was first married to a Jana Leighton, also of Wattlesburgh, daughter of William and Dorothea (Lacon) Leighton. Reference to such a marriage is found in THE VISITATION [op. cit.], 323.
Note N578 Index
In 1586, Reginald was elected to the English Parliament "for the first of five times," therefore, he served for a total of ten years (G.C. Baugh [ed.], A HISTORY OF SHROPSHIRE, 3 [Published for the Institute of Historical Research by Oxford University Press, 1979], 241).
Note N587 Index
Thomas was Lord of Frodesley Manor 1496-1533. In 1497, 1512, and 1527 he was also the Sheriff of Shropshire County (Rev. John B. Blakeway, THE SHERIFFS OF SHROPSHIRE [Shrewsbury: William and John Eddowes, Printers, 1831], 81).
Note N605 Index
Robert was Lord of Frodesley Manor 1466-1496.
Note N610 Index
A Scriven Pedigree compiled in the mid-19th Century states that JANA was, instead, named KATHERINE. See the Notes for John Scriven (27 October 1623 - 2 October 1675).
Note N620 Index
John was Lord of Frodesley Manor 1441-1466.
Note N623 Index
John was Lord of Frodesley Manor 1428-1437.
Note N626 Index
In the very early 1400's, Reginald ("a prominent man in Shrewsbury in the days of Richard II") came into possession of Frodesley Manor, becoming Lord of the Manor when his father-in-law, Simon Hunalt, died (about 1406). The Hunalt family had held possession of the Manor from the early 1200's, but, because Simon had no son, the overlordship passed to Reginald in right of his wife, Helen.
The overlordship of Frodesley Manor would remain in the Scriven family for 276 years--until 1683--when Richard Scriven died without a male heir.
Note N633 Index
Frank was a rural mail carrier in Harrison.
Note N637 Index
Broadstreet was a farmer in Unity. Apparently, he did not move to Unity with the rest of the family (in 1805), because, in the Bartlett Town Records for 1807, he is recorded as voting there with regard to a local tax question (BARTLETT TOWN RECORDS, Vol. 1, Page 42 [N.H. State Library Microfilm Roll 16).
Note N638 Index
Joseph was a farmer in Brooks, Maine.
Note N639 Index
Belinda's marriage to John was apparently short-lived. In 1860's Census, she gives her age as 50 and is shown as living in Stockton, working as a servant for John Berry, a Master Mariner (NARA Microcopy 653, Roll 453, Page 551, Dwelling 199, Family 215).
John was a farm laborer in his adult years. However, in the last years of his life, he was a pauper, living at the Unity Town Farm.
Note N642 Index
Matthias was a farmer in Charleston, Maine.