Mixsonian

 THE MIXON-MIXSON FAMILY

WILLS-Norwich Archdeaonry Court

1606 THOMAS MAXON, Wolterton

1635 JEAN MAXON (Widow) Wolterton

NORFOLK OFFICIAL LIST:

1752 WILLIAM MIXSON, Mayor of KING'S LYNN (1960 population about 24,000)

GLOUCESTERSHIRE COURT RECORDS:

1572 MAURICE MIXON, witness to suit against William Clifford who was being prosecuted for having two wives.

PARISH RECORDS

Registry of names similar to MIXON

St. Clements, Suffolk. Burials:

1593 HELEN MICHELSON

     St. Marys Key

BAPTISMS

(Children of Christian Michelson)

ADAM MICHELSON (son) July 10, 1579

ANTONIA MICHELSON (daughter) August 19, 1587

SARAH MICHELSON (daughter) June 1, 1581

MARRIAGES:

1565 ISABEL MICIIOLSON and Rauff Ward St. Nicholas

1592 (Nov. 10) ANTHONY MOXON and Andrew Allenson, St. Giles, Cripplegate, St. Peters, Cornhill.

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FROM MISS ADA MIXON'S RESEARCH RECORDS:

(Her English Researcher was a Miss Schraeder. The year was 1936).

"Two years later inthe Court of Rkchester in Kent County, record was found of administration of estate of ROBERT MIXON of Chatham, in May 1664. Apparently Robert Mixon died at Chatham soon after his sus-pension (See Vol. I).

In Lay Subsidies of County Kent, Aylesford Hundred, a record was found of hearth tax paid by the widow of Robert Mixon of Chatham in 1664. (They assessed taxes according to number of hearths in the house).

In this same district, commission was granted William Mixon to administe estate of his brother JOHN MIXON, late of the ship "Orange" beyond the high seas, bachelor, deceased. (Year 1671).

(The Town of Chatham is continuous with that of Rocnester......)


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