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North Fambridge, "a parish in the hundred of Dengie, 5 miles (N.N.W.) from Rochford, containing 147 inhabitants. The living is a discharged rectory, in the archdeaconry of Essex, and diocese of London, rated in the king's books at £4. 13. 4., and in the patronage of the Crown. The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. North and South Fambridge are separated by the river Crouch, over which there is a ferry…" (Lewis…, 1831)

14 Mar 1559/60 Essex Wills (83). Will of Richard KYNETT of North Fambridge tailor, 14 Mar. 1559/60. To Joan my wife my lands called Kenettes and Lorkins, for her life; after her decease, to remain to John JASELL my sister's son, on conditin that, if he come to 21, he enter into a bond with sureties to pay to George CAMP and William CAMP his uncle's sons and Henry SAM and Anne SAUNDERS his aunt's children £40, to be equally divided between them part and part like when they are 21. To the parishes of North Fambridge, Cold Norton and Stow Maries each 10s. To North Fambridge to be bestowed on the highways 10s. The residue of my goods to my wife, whom I constitute my executrix. I make William OSBORNE and John COMYN my overseers, and for their pains each 6s.8d. Witnesses: George SAUNDER, William ELLYS, Thomas REVELL. (Wills of the County of Essex (England) Volume 1 1558-1565 by F.G. Emmison, National Genealogical Society, Washington, D.C., 1982) Search Words: KENNETT JOSSELYN SAMMES OSBOURN ELLIS CUMMINGS

Notes: Could George & William CAMP have actually been COMB? Or KEMP?

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