Normansland, Moorehouse and Woodend in Dymock (General)

by MPGriffiths @, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 16:35 (84 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Going back to Customary messuage called le Woodings all. Woodend, als Sheyles


Having a quick look again at the National Archives and searching Sheyles, Dymock


There are a number of hits which include

Will of Thomas SHEYLE - Gentleman, Dymock - dated 21 May 1667

Prerogative Court of Canterbury (Ancestry - should have this Will) -


and

one dated 22 September 1580 - Held at Worcestershire Archives and Archaelogy Service

Bond from Thomas Sheyle of Dymocke (Dymock) Gloucs yoman to Thomas PHELPOTTES etc


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Checking quickly with Men in Armour 1608 for Dymock

there is

Richard SHEILE - labourer A20 - lower stature
John SHEILE of Calowey yeoman - A 40 tallest stature ***


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British History on Line / Dymock

has information on the Shayles, Gamage Hall... etc.

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Using the Soundex for SHAYLE - Dymock - there are many early variations of the surname


The burial of Thomas SHAYLE (Gent) dated 12 April 1667 - buried at Dymock

residence: De Callow


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