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Non-League Results and Statistics. In the church-yard are the tombs of Helen, daughter of Richard Standley, of Derbyshire, and wife of Edmund Conold, ; Mary, wife of Benjamin Naylor, citizen of London, and daughter of William Tod, ; John Johnson, ; Henry Beale, Gent.
Daniel Alavoine, ; Moses Delahaize, Esq. Samuel Alavoine, ; Esther Deheulle, his daughter, ; Mr. Abraham Deheulle, ; Esther his daughter, wife of Richard Dalton, Esq.
William Clarke, citizen and merchant, ; Samuel Smith, citizen of London, ; Elizabeth his daughter, wife of the Rev. Capel Berrow, rector of Rossington in Nottinghamshire, ; Mr.
Robert Smith, ; Mr. John Reynolds, merchant, ; Anne, wife of Francis Maxwell, M. Vincent Leggat, his only daughter married Thomas Butterworth Bayley, Esq.
Richard Toll, ; Mr. John Stephens, ; Susanna, wife of John Champante, Gent. Thomas Huggon, master of the free school, ; and Thomas Cock, Esq. The church-yard was enlarged in ; in the north-east corner is a tablet against the wall, in memory of the Rev.
Samuel Hardy, who died in The church of Tottenham was given by David, King of Scotland, in the 12th century, to the canons of the Holy Trinity in London fn.
In , the King granted them to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's fn. The canons of the Holy Trinity having leased the demesne lands of the rectorial manor of Tottenham, with the great tithes, to Thomas Bentley, M.
Paul's granted a lease of them to Anthony Cole for 60 years, to commence after the expiration of Bentley's term. Before the restraining act, another reversionary lease of 40 years was granted to Robert Noel, Esq.
In , the lease of the rectory was vested in Humphrey Westwood fn. The manor and rectory were then sold by order of parliament.
The purchaser was Stephen Beale, Esq. After the Restoration, Mr. Beale became lessee fn. The lease of the demesne lands and tithes having been renewed from time to time came by intermarriage from the Beales to the Hobbys, and from them to the Jermyns fn.
It is now vested in the committees of Stephen Jermyn, Esq. In the year , the rectory of Tottenham was taxed at 21 marks fn.
According to the parliamentary survey in , there were acres of demesne lands belonging to the rectorial manor, then valued at 13s.
The great tithes were valued at l. The reserved rent is 19l. Courts are held by the dean and chapter for this manor.
William Bishop of London supposed to have been William de St. The vicarage is rated at 14l. There are about 10 acres of glebe belonging to it fn.
The custoday of the hospital of St. Laurence, Clayhanger, in Devonshire, was formerly annexed to the vicarage of Tottenham fn.
William Bedwell, instituted to this vicarage in , was chaplain to Sir Henry Wotton in his embassy to Venice, where he is said to have assisted Petro Soave Polano, in composing and writing the history of the council of Trent fn.
King James had such an opinion of his abilities, that he employed him in the translation of the Bible fn. Bedwell published a history of this parish to which was annexed an ancient poem called the Tournament of Tottenham fn.
He died in the month of May , and was buried in the chancel at Tottenham. His successor, William Wimpew, was ejected in ; and having suffered great difficulties and distresses during a sequestration of 17 years, recovered his benefice, and lived till the year fn.
In , William Bates fn. In calling himself late preacher at Tottenham, High-Cross , he published a sermon, entitled "a Protestant Picture of Jesus Christ.
Edward Sparke, who succeeded Wimpew, was author of a book upon the fasts and feasts of the church, called Scintilla Altaris; a few religious tracts, and some single discourses fn.
Samuel Pratt, instituted in , on the death of Mr. Sparke, was preceptor to the Duke of Glocester. He published some single sermons.
The present vicar of Tottenham is the Rev. Thomas Comyn, M. John Drayton, by his will dated , gave lands and tenements for the maintenance of a priest to say mass daily at the altar of the blessed Virgin Mary and St.
Katherine in Tottenham church, and on Wednesdays and Fridays in the chapel of St. Anne, near the highway called the Hermitage, for the souls of Roger Walden, Bishop of London; John Walden, his brother; and Idonea, his wife; John Waltham, late Bishop of Salisbury; his own soul; those of his wives Agnes and Anne, and all Christian souls fn.
A stock of kine, 33 in number, valued at 66 s. The hermitage, mentioned in a court-roll of the manor anno , stood, according to Bedwell, about yards south of the cross, near the highway.
It was, in his time, a little square brick building, a pretty dwelling for a small family fn. In , it was the property of Ferdinando Pulford, and Anne his mother fn.
On the west side of the road, near the bridge, stood a building, called the Offertory of St. Loy fn. Bedwell says, that it was in his time "a poor house.
There is a considerable Quakers' meeting in this parish, and a chapel belonging to the Methodists. The parish register begins in the year , but there are chasms of a few years both in that and the last century.
It is very imperfect about the time of the civil wars. The death of Queen Elizabeth, the accession and death of James I.
After mentioning the accession of King James, it is remarked, that "not longe after he came from the kingdome of Skotland into the kingdome of England, first to Barwick, from thence to Durham, then to Yorke, and so came to Tibolls in Hertfordshire, the 3d day of May ; the seaventh day of May he rid through the mershes to Stanford-Hill, where the Lord Maior of London and all his brethren met him, with a nomber of citizens in velvet coates and gold chaines, and so conducted him most royally to the charterhowse, accompanied with the most part of the nobilitie of England and Skotland.
This parish is more populous than the above averages denote, a great proportion of the inhabitants consisting of Quakers, and other dissenters.
The present number of houses is about In the year , there were 79 burials at Tottenham, being about double the average of that period; 44 persons are said to have died of the plague.
In , there were 54 burials. There are no entries from to Mary, daughter of Sir Edward Barkham, were married June 24, ; Edward Barkham, of Great Walton, and Mary, daughter of ——Heck, Esq.
June 29, ; Mrs. Theodosia Barkham, buried June 5, ; Edward Barkham, Knt. Sir Richard Goddard's death is entered in , though he neither died nor was buried at Tottenham, because he had lived some time in the parsonage, and had been a benefactor to the parish by giving the church clock.
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