Searches Into the History of the Gillman or Gilman Family; Including the Various Branches in England, Ireland, America and Belgium

Searches Into the History of the Gillman or Gilman Family; Including the Various Branches in England, Ireland, America and Belgium

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...by Mrs-Anne his wife, bapd. Born Nov. 5." "1699. Jan. 26. Harry, s. of Mr John Gilman, Prebendary, by Anne, his wife, baptised. Born Jan. 20." "1700. March 12. Richard, son of Mr-John Gilman, Prefe. by Anne his wife, bapd.--born Feb. 20." "1703. Sep. 9. Robert, s. of Mr-John Gillman, Prebendary, by Anne his wife, born & baptised." In the Burial Register of the Cathedral appears: "1696. Aug. 15. Mary, d. of Mr Jno. Gilman, prebendary, buried." "1698. Anne, d. of Mr' John Gillman, Prebendary, buried." "1698. Feb. 26. Tho'., an infant s. of Mr-John Gillman, Preb., buried." "1703. Sept. 28. Robert, s. of Mr' John Gillman, Preb., buried." "1710. Nov. 22. Mr' John Gilman, Prebendary, buried." The Rev. Prebendary John Gilman died Nov. 17, 1710, and was buried in the Cathedral. He left no will, but Letters of Administration were granted to his wife, Anne Gilman, in London, in January, 1710-11. Two sons apparently survived him, Harry and Richard, who would be respectively ten and nine years of age at the date of his death. In the Cathedral of Rochester ' under the Stairs up to the Quire" (near a black gravestone to Christopher Fogge) is the following inscription. "The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Rochester." Printed for . Curll at the Dial and Bible, near St. Dunit.in'b Church, in Meet Street, London. 1717. Sub hoc mar more conduntur Rcliquicc jfohanms Gilman, A.M. Collcgii Magdalcnsis A pud Oxoii. olim socii, Huj.us Ecctesicc Canouici, Rcctoris de Kings-downe, Et S1' Nicholai infra hanc Urbem ricarii. Hccc omnia vir cgrcgius Summd cum fide obivit munia Diffi-cillimis temporibus, A rgumcutis, consitio, prudentid, Collegii...show more

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  • Paperback | 124 pages
  • 188 x 244 x 10mm | 240g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236491947
  • 9781236491947