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Cheshunt, a parish in the hundred of [not yet extracted], county of Hertford, is due north of Waltham Cross, Herts (directly across the river from Waltham Holy Cross, Essex), just southwest of Wormley, Herts and five miles northwest of Chingford, Essex. Cheshunt is less than four miles northeast of Enfield, Middlesex, and five miles southeast of Little Berkhamstead, Herts.

Visitation of Hertfordshire, 1634 

EWER Family of The Lea 
1 Thomas EWER of The Lea, eldest son 
  + Anne, da. of Walter WYTHE of Bushie, Co. Hertf. 
  2 Henry EWER of The Lea, Esq., eldest son, now living, 1634. 
    + Elizabeth, da. of George CLARKE, D. D. 
    3 Henry EWER, eldest son, 20 years old, 1634 
    3 Mary, ux. Sir Francis RAINSFORD of Clifford (sic), co. Warwick
    3 Barbara, ux. Fra's COMBE of Hemel Hempsted, Co. Hertford 
1. William EWER of Aldenham, 2 son. 
   + Joane, da. of Edward BRISCOE 
   2 William EWER of Cheshunt, co. Hertf., Esq., Sergeant at Arms to King Charles 
     + Elizabeth, da. and   heir of William CLARK of Cheshunt 
       3 William EWER, eldest son 
       3 2. Richard 
       3 3. John 
       3 1. Martha 
       3 2. Elizabeth 
       3 3. Millessent 
       3 4. Sarah 
C 1/23/17. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Proceedings, Richard II to Philip and Mary [22 Jun 1377 - 17 Nov 1558]. John HILL, the younger, draper, of London. v. Thomas HOUNDESDON and Robert BETRYCHE, feoffees of Joan PALFRYMAN.: Land, &c. in Cheshunt (Chesthunt): (answers and replication).: [Hertford].

32 Hen. VI [ca 1454]. Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Proceedings, Richard II to Philip and Mary. C 1/24/235. John HILL, the younger, draper, of London, son of Ellen HILL, daughter of Joan PALFRAYMAN. v. Robert BETRICHE and Thomas HOUNESDON, feoffees of the said Joan.: Land in Cheshunt.: Hertford. (Combs &c. Extractions from the PRO Catalogue, C 1 Series - records not yet acquired)
From FamilySearch.Org, IGI parish extracts, Source: Film or fiche number: 0991371, Parish registers and miscellaneous public records, 1559-1920 Church of England. Parish Church of Cheshunt (Hertfordshire) [Source not yet viewed]:
15 Aug 1563 Cheshunt, Herts. Christened: Georg LONGWORTH, son of Robt. LONGWORTH [Search Words: Robert]

9 May 1585 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Georg LUNGWORTH, son of Georg LUNGWORTH

21 Aug 1586 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: John LUNGWORTH, s/o George

22 Dec 1588 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Margaret LUNGWORTH, daughter of Georg LUNGWORTH

9 May 1602 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Marmaduke LONGEWORTH, son of George LONGEWORTH

9 Apr 1604 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Thomas DUTTON, son of Adam DUTTON

4 Feb 1618 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Married: Margaret LONGWORTH and John BATTIE [Search Words: BATTY]

3 Nov 1622 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Thomas COUMES, son of John and Eliz. COUMES

17 Dec 1676 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Anne COMBES, daughter of Richard COMBES

11 May 1679 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Jane COMBES, daughter of Frances_ COMBES

27 Dec 1681 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Francis COMBES, son of Francis COMBES

20 Apr 1684 Cheshunt, Hertford, England. Christened: Mary COOMES, daughter of Francis and Mary COOMES
See Margaret LANGWORTH and mother, Chrian, named in will of William COMBE of Oxford University; and see 1634 christening of John LANGWORTH, son of Marmaduke and Alice in St. Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, Middlesex. No marriage record has been located for either George or Marmaduke LANGWORTH. 22 Mar 1634 St. Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, London, England. Christened: John LONGWORTH, son of Marmaduke and Alice LONGWORTH

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