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Hornchurch, a parish within the liberty of Havering atte Bower, county of Essex, 14¼ miles east northeast of London in the jurisdiction of the peculiar court of Hornchurch and Havering atte Bower, and in the patronage of the Warden and Fellows of New College, Oxford. A priory, dedicated to St. Nicholas and St. Bernard, a cell to the hospital of Monte Jovis in Savoy, was founded here about the reign of Henry II., and was purchased in that of Richard II., by William of Wickham, for his foundation of New College, Oxford… near East Ham and West Ham and Dagenham

6 Jun 1617 - 27 Nov 1617 Will of Samuel ARCHDALE, of Hornchurch, Essex. Mentions his mother, Dame Barbara AYLOFFE. Brothers Martin, Robert and Daniel. Sister, Sarah. Witnesses, Thomas AYLOFFE, Thomas WYATT, etc. (The Memoirs of the Archdales, Appendix C, Henry Blackwood Archdale, privately published 1925, Researcher Les Archdall)

Samuel ARCHDALE, christened 13 Jun 1591, St. Margaret Pattens, London, s/o Martin and Barbara SEXTON Archdale. He was buried 10 Jun 1617, St. Helen's Bishopgate, London.

16 Dec 1617 Hornchurch, Essex. Buried: "My lady ALIFE wife to Sir Will: ALIFE" (Archdale Memoirs)

Barbara SEXTON, d/o Thomas, married (1) Martin ARCHDALE and (2) Sir William AYLOFFE (sic).

9 Oct 1628 Hornchurch, Essex, England. Christened: Sarah BAKER, d/o Richard (FamilySearch.Org)

This may be the daughter of Sarah ARCHDALE, d/o Martin and Barbara SEXTON Archdale. She married Richard BAKER, Gent. of St. Savior, Southwark, Surrey, 17 Dec 1618, St. Helen's Bishopgate, London (where her brother, Samuel, was buried a year earlier).

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