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51 "MOOR COTE, in the parish of East Witton and wapentake of Hang West; 1¾ miles SE.of East Witton, 4 miles SE. of Middleham." WARD, Richard (I7172)
 
52 "of Emgate, Bedale" Family F2275
 
53 "Prior Swynton of Fountains Abbey records in his Account Book a payment of4./. when the Abbat baptised the son of Roger Warde of Givendale at Ripon. This date would fit tor the baptism of Christopher, Roger's eldest son, but as the infant's christian name is not mentioned it is impossible to be certain." WARD, Sir Christopher (I7712)
 
54 "Ralph Ward buried..." WARD, Ralph (I620)
 
55 "Ralph, son of John and Susan Ward, baptized..." WARD, Ralph (I637)
 
56 "Richard Card’s 1775 will left to his wife and children not only his land, but cattle, sheep, and swine together with his cart and gondola." From Julian Gwyn's Planter Nova Scotia CARD, Richard (I1929)
 
57 "Robert Ward of Trimdon, gentleman took two leases one on 2 August 1615, the other on 12 June 1616. He was one of the few lessees able to sign his own name in a fair hand. There is a pedigree of the Warde family of Trimdon and Bowes in Surtees (vol.1, p.110) and there is a Robert therein who married Barbara the daughter of Thomas Blenkinsop of Helbeck in Westmoreland. They had a son called William aged 18 in 1615."
The Journal of the Northumberland and Durham Family History Society Vol~4 No 3 April 1979 
WARD, Robert Esq (I8232)
 
58 "spurious son of Jane Carter" CARTER, Joseph (I9760)
 
59 "The Kidstons had a daughter. Belle. I suppose her name was Isabelle. And the old woman--Mrs. Duffus and then she was Mrs. Kidston -- invited my grandmother down for supper. And she went down. And Belle was quite the lady. After they had supper, Belle said to her mother to take Mrs. Jones into the parlour and she'd look after the dishes. So this happened. But they didn't hear any dishes being washed or anything, so Mrs. Kidston and my grandmother went out. Dishes were still on the table. Went in the kitchen, there was no Belle there. Went upstairs, and a ladder--she had eloped with a fellow by the name of Irish, William Irish. And he wasn't considered good enough for Belle. But the old girl had hysterics, and started, 'I might have known something was going to happen--Belle washed her stockings today.' So when we were kids, anything special, we'd always say, well, 'Belle had better wash her stockings."
Excerpt from Early History of Baddeck by Robert Elmsley 
KIDSTON, Isabelle M. (I5303)
 
60 "The Moir family business was established under Benjamin Moir, a native of Scotland, who opened a bakery shop on Brunswick Street, Halifax, N.S. in 1830. After his death in 1845, his son William C. Moir took over the bakery. Between 1862 and 1869 Moir built a five-story plant occupying Grafton, Argyle, and Duke Streets featuring a steam bakery, flour mill and retail store which originally operated under the name Moir and Co. A confectionery plant was opened in 1873 managed by William's son, James W. Moir, who introduced the production of chocolates. In 1875 the name of the firm became William C. Moir and Son. James W. Moir succeeded his father as head of the business in 1896 and his brother, William C. Moir Jr., also joined the firm as an associate. In 1903 the firm known as Moir Son and Co. was incorporated as a joint stock company under the name Moirs Limited. A paper box plant was added to the establishment at Halifax, and a chocolate refining plant, saw mill and wooden box (shook) manufacturing plant were constructed in Bedford where the company later established its own hydro power station. On 29 December 1925, Moirs Limited was incorporated to acquire the old firm. The company was reorganized in 1926 and established branch sales offices and warehouses across Canada and foreign agencies in the West Indies, Central and South America, South Africa, and New Zealand. In 1956 the company left family hands and was reorganized under new president F.M. Covert. Standard Brands Canada Limited acquired Moirs in 1967. The Moirs plant continued in Dartmouth as part of Hershey Foods Corporation." archivescanada.ca MOIR, James Ward (I3136)
 
61 "The Moir family business was established under Benjamin Moir, a native of Scotland, who opened a bakery shop on Brunswick Street, Halifax, N.S. in 1830. After his death in 1845, his son William C. Moir took over the bakery. Between 1862 and 1869 Moir built a five-story plant occupying Grafton, Argyle, and Duke Streets featuring a steam bakery, flour mill and retail store which originally operated under the name Moir and Co." archivescanada.ca MOIR, William Church (I2811)
 
62 "The Moir family business was established under Benjamin Moir, a native of Scotland, who opened a bakery shop on Brunswick Street, Halifax, N.S. in 1830." archivescanada.ca MOIR, Benjamin (I3134)
 
63 "The Phillip Family
After the death of the second William Conyers in 1558, Marske passed to Joan his only daughter and heiress who, being under age, became a ward of Queen Elizabeth. A new family now enters the scene when James Phillip, an influential member of the Royal Court, persuaded the Queen to allow his son, Arthur, to marry the Conyers' heiress against the wishes of her family. As a result of the marriage, Arthur Phillip gained possession of the large land holdings belonging to the Conyers' heiress, including the manor of Marske, several parcels of land in the Orgate area of the manor of Clints and several estates in the Richmond and Cleveland areas.
Arthur Phillip leased the Grinton and Fremington mines from the Crown in 1583 with Henry, Lord Scrope, as a partner." from British Mining No 50 Memoirs 1994 pp24-40, Tyson, L.O.
 
PHILLIP, Arthur (I6545)
 
64 "The second fee held under the FitzRoalds was that of 2½ carucates in the possession of St. Mary's Abbey, York. (fn. 40) Certain lands in Bolton were given to the abbey by one Acharis and Berner his uncle. (fn. 41) The abbot was said to be joint lord of the vills of Ellerton, Bolton and Whitwell in 1316, (fn. 42) and the abbey received 20s. rent from Bolton at the Dissolution. (fn. 43) The 'manor' now known as WOLLAS was granted by the Crown to Leonard Beckwith and Elizabeth his wife, (fn. 44) and on Leonard's death in 1557 was inherited by his son Roger, then a minor. (fn. 45) It was probably this land that in 1596 was conveyed by Christopher Duffield and Barbara his wife to Henry Ward and Henry Sparrow. (fn. 46) Thomas Duffield died in 1626 seised of a capital messuage and lands here, which descended to Thomas Duffield. (fn. 47) The later history of this estate has not been traced" WARD, Henry (I8971)
 
65 "The youngest, Marshall studied medicine. He obtained a diploma and is now practising in Boston." Chronological History of the Mosher Family MOSHER, Dr. Marshall (I4585)
 
66 "Thomas Gill of the Chapelrye of Barton, dioc. Chester, gentleman.— 1627.Oct.5. Charles Slyngisbye, bachelour of Divinitye, aged three score and seven. Did repaire to the Cathedrall Cburche with Doctor Cradocke in the forenowne, Doctor Cradocke havinge then uppon him his surplisse and hoode, and walkinge downe the midle alley of the churche to adjourne the Consistorye Courte, as he saide, until Divine service shoulde be done. Thomas Gill beinge then and their presente with John Richardson Esquier, Mr. Tymothy Comyn undersheriffe of the countye of Durham, and Mathewe Vasie servaunte to Richardson, the said Gill did deliver a writte or processe of attachmente to the undersheriffe with some money, and their-upon in the tyme of divine service required the undersheriffe to arreste Dr. Cradocke in the said place of the churche, unto which Dr. Cradocke then and their submitted...."
"...Thinketh that the said acts of Gill and Vasie were verie irreligious and prophane, and in contempte of the place, ,the person and the tyme of Common Prayer."

Footnote on Thomas Gill states "Eldest son of Christopher Gill and ancestor of the Gills of that place. See their pedigree, Surtees' Durham, iii. 338. He died before his father, and was buried at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, as Mr. Thomas Gyll, vulgo dictus de Barton, 31 Aug.,1631. His son and heir, Thomas, seems to have been a posthumous child, being aged 34 at the Visitation of Dugdale, 6 Sept.,1666"

Excerpt is from THE ACTS OF THE HIGH COMMISSION COURT within the Diocese of Durham, 1627 
GILL, Thomas (I6951)
 
67 "Tiverton Church, on the east side of the State of Rhode Island, was formed in the adjoining town of Dartmouth, Massachusetts about 1684-5; the members at first lived in Dartmouth, Tiverton, and Little Compton. Their first minister was Hugh Mosier, and next to him was Aaron Davis. This was the seventh Baptist church formed on the American continent. In time its seat was removed from Dartmouth to Tiverton.” MOSHER, Rev. Hugh (I126)
 
68 "When James Card, a Newport yeoman, died unmarried in 1778, he left a cow to each of his three sisters and divided his land among his three brothers." from Julian Gwyn's Planter Nova Scotia CARD, James (I2867)
 
69 "wife of James Constantine of Reeth" TAYLOR, Elizabeth (I10260)
 
70 "William Ward, probably his (George Ward's) elder brother, was a scholar of the English Fathers at St. Omer and Rome. The Diary of the English College, Rome, states that he entered as a scholar of the Holy Father, in the name of William Ingleby, vere Ward, October 4, 1614, at the age of twenty-three; took the College oath, May 10, 1615, and was ordained priest, April 29, 1618. He made his rudimental studies at York. The family was of distinction in the country, and his uncle lived at Court. He died in Ireland about 1645." From the book "Records of the English province of the Society of Jesus ... in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries" by Henry Foley WARD, William (I7895)
 
71 'of Close Hills' near Keld. ALDERSON, Miles (I9273)
 
72 'sometime pastor of the Grafton Street Church in Halifax' READ, Rev. John (I2343)
 
73 'Visitor', School master GROVES, Henry (I9892)
 
74 (1958)86   19 January 1629
Language:   Latin
1. James Dale 2. John Ward of Over Dinsdale, Yorks Deed of Feoffment by (1) to (2).
A house and garth at Middleton One Row, between those occupied by Thomas Culley and John Wetherelt, with warranty against the heirs of Anthony Felton and Marmaduke Andrew.
Mark of (1).
Parchment
Seal: missing
(1958)87   4 May 1630
1. John Ward of Dinsdale 2. William Killinghall of Middleton St. George Bargain and Sale by (1) to (2) of that house and ground at Middleton One Row lately occupied by William Dale, between the houses of Cuthbert Potter and John Wethereld with warranty particularly against (1)'s wife Elizabeth.
Amount of cash consideration not specified.
Signature (1).
Parchment
Seal: (1) 
WARD, John (I7040)
 
75 (At Horton) On the 2nd February, Mr. Perez Martin, aged 74 years, old and respected inhabitants of that place.Acadian Recorder
Issue: 7 February 1829 Vol. 17 No. 6

All persons having any legal demands against the estate of the late Perez Martin, late of Horton, Farmer and Innkeeper, are hereby requested to present the same, duly attested, within eighteen calendar months, from the date hereof; and all persons indebted to said estate are desired to make immediate payment to:
Thomas Martin
Jehiel Martin
Perez Martin
Executors
Horton, Feb 25, 1829-18m 
MARTIN, Perez (I3148)
 
76 (Barrister at Law of Lincolns Inn) WILKINSON, Francis (I8538)
 
77 (probably the Thomas Calvert mentioned in the Yorkshire Administrations:

Folio: 98 Name: Warde, Ralph Parish or Place of Residence: East Layton Administrator: Jane, only child, wife of Thomas Calvert.
 
CALVERT, Thomas (I6774)
 
78 - At Cumberland, 19th August, 1786, Robert and his brothers were put under the guardianship of a John Stuart Jr. of Amherst 5 years after their father died.

- This same John Stuart later purchased land from Robert's older brother Thomas, April 20, 1790, signed by Thomas and Mary Berry, and William and Nancy Hall (Robert's mother)

- Robert Berry is listed in the poll tax for 1791.

- Land Petition in 1795:
"Petitioners are residents of Amherst, but need more land to support their families and discovered intervale land at Black River to which they request grants of 500 acres each. John Dickie. Robert Barry. Hezekah Seaman. Stephen Seaman. "His excellency desires this may be laid before him when His Majesty's pleasure is made known in regard to making further grants of land, and that in the mean time the petitioners be recommended by magistrates and to sign their petition." C.M. Memorial."

"In the year 1814 one Robert Berry sold at auction at Amherst Point several ten-acre lots of marsh, growing chiefly broadleaf grass. Richard and Thomas S. each purchased a lot for which the latter paid 15 pounds 1/6d per acre. " From a book entitled "Historical Record of the Posterity of William Black: Who Settled in this Country in the Year Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-five, Also a Sketch of 23 English Families and Some Early Settlers from New England, who Settled at the Head of the Bay of Fundy about the Same Time"

Robert is listed in the 1827 Cumberland Census 
BERRY, Robert (I989)
 
79 - buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor, NS
- plot 06 8N
- inscription reads
Nicholas Ward 1818 - 1889
His Wife Sarah Caldwell 1830 - 1913
Jeanette Ward wife of Walter Harris 1865 - 1914
At Eventide there shall be light
Reverse side reads
Annie E. Ward Died March 17,1937 Aged 88 yrs

fromThe Daily Telegraph, Saint John, NB of April 1, 1889
d. Windsor, N.S., 22nd ult., Nicholas WARD, native of Newport, age 71 
WARD, Nicholas M. (I220)
 
80 - cause of death was typhoid fever. LOWTHERS, Andrew (I84)
 
81 - death date is per NY Times obituary on Nov. 12, 1912
PEEK At Augusta, Ga on Thurs, Oct 2 Eben B. Peek of New Orleans in the 45th yr of his age. 
PEEK, Eben B. (I2477)
 
82 - found headstone, Maplewood cemetery, Windsor
- obit:
Brooklyn - Elvie Etta Ward, 94, of Brooklyn, Hants County, died Saturday
in Hants Community Hospital, Windsor. Born in Urbania, Hants County, she
was a daughter of the late Barney and Jessie (White) Robinson. She was a
member of Newport United Church, Ladies' Aid, the Missionary Society and
the Newport Women's Institute. She is survived by a daughter, Phyllis
(Mrs. Bruce McKenzie), Lakeside; a son, Charles, Lower Sackville; a
sister, Minnie (Mrs. Grover Murray), Arlington, Mass.; a brother,
Charles, Maitland; four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and three
great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, James; a
son, Major; four brothers, Olie, Lester, Fred and Hollis. The body will
be in Lindsay's Windsor Funeral Home after 7 p.m. today, where funeral
service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Sandra Carruthers
officiating. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor, Donations
may be made to Newport United Church Memorial Fund or any charity. 
ROBINSON, Elvie Etta (I901)
 
83 - Married in Baptist Church, Windsor Family F66
 
84 - must also be Catherine Minnie Lowthers.
Obit. in Presbyterian Witness - d. Feb 17, 1880 aged 11 yrs. daught.
of Samuel and Mary Lowthers. 
LOWTHERS, Catherine Mary (I99)
 
85 - Nicholas was a blacksmith and operated a shop in Windsor (1871
Business Directory Map)
- buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor, NS plot 06 8N
- inscription reads "At Eventide there shall be light
WARD
Nicholas WARD 1818 - 1889
His Wife - Sarah CALDWELL 1830 - 1913
Jeanette WARD Wife of Walter Harris 1865 - 1914
Other Side Annie E. Ward Died Mar 17, 1937 Aged 88 yrs 'Though lost
to sight, to memory dear"

Looking into the possibility that Nicholas was married to Sarah's
older sister Mary Ann CALDWELL first. They are closer in
age than Nicholas and Sarah. And since Mary Ann died in 1846, it fits well. 
WARD, Nicholas M. (I220)
 
86 - this death information was found in a book found in the residence of
Thomas Curry. 
LOWTHERS, Samuel (I104)
 
87 -adopted by Ephraim and Mary in 1904. KILKUP, Edith E. (I3373)
 
88 -afforded asylum to Henry VI, bur. at Bolton.
Note: was this the same Ralph Pudsey who was granted Collynhall and Orgate by Alianora, widow of Thomas de Cleseby (Lord of Marske) ? 
PUDSEY, Sir Ralph (I10446)
 
89 -buried at St. John Norway Cemetery alongside husband James
half plot 20, range 7, section 16, South Grave 
STEEDMAN, Jane Morgan (I166)
 
90 -married Robert Parsons 12, Jan, 1852, Newport, Hants. WARD, Lydia Ann (I207)
 
91 -Register of Ripon Minster records “the burial,” under date “May the 20th, 1590, of Marjory wife of Thomas Warde of Mulwaith.” SLATER, Margery (I8181)
 
92 102 Richmond Street, Sydney. WARD, Harry Welton (I188)
 
93 103/101 George Ward Leyburn 1684 2491/613

In the name of God Amen I George Ward of Laborne, yeoman .... I give John Ward of Newton fower pounds. I give Henry Ward of Newton twentie shillings. I give George Ward of Moore Coate fowerteene pounds. I give Richard Ward of Moore Coate forty shillings. I give Marye Ward of Moore Coate tenn pounds.I give Isabell Ward of Moore Coate forty shillings. I give Cicelye Ward of Newton three pounds. I give Elizabeth Ward of Newton three pounds. I give the wife of John Gibson late of Worsell forty shillings. I give the Children of teh said John Gibson late of Worsell deceased eight pounds equally amongst them. I give Luce Ederington of Ridmer six pounds. I give Robert Blenkinsop of Laborne five pounds. I give Elizabeth Blenkinsop daughter to Robert Blenkinsop of Laborne forty pounds. I give Anne Blenkinsop daughter to the said Robert Blenkinsop forty pounds. It is my Will and mind that these Legacies given by me shall be paid forth of my stock and the Reversion of my lease which I have from the Right Honourable Earle of Exetor Baron of Burghley dated ninth day of June ..... 1673. And what remains .... I give Peter Blenkinsop sonne to the said Robert Blenkinsop of Laborne.... 20th Aug 1683. George Ward his mark


Inventory George Ward Layborn. 12th Nov 1684
His Purse & Apparrell valued at xxs 1 10 0
One Chist 5s one Cupboard 10s an old Cawle 2s in all 0 17 0
One Oak Table & frame valued at 5s 0 5 0
Two old Bedsteads valued at 2s 6d 0 2 6
One old Chaff bed & a Coverlet 2s 6d 0 2 6
Reversion of one Lease of ye Earle of Exeters Lands in Laborn, seven years to come
& unexpired valued at 12 0 0
Two little brass pans in all xviijd 0 1 6
Due to Testator by Bonds from Edward Mitchel of Bellarby in all ye sum of ten
pounds payable in 4 years by equal portions at ye times mentioned in ye said bond 10 0 0
Due to him by Bond from Edward Staveley of Harmby 10 0 0
Due from Mr Haw of Snape by Mortgage 24 0 0
Due from Robt Blekinsop of Layborn by Bond 80 0 0
Due from John Allen of Layborn by Bond 3 0 0
Due from Eliz Wray of RIdmer supposed desperate 4 0 0
Due from John Ward of Hunton by Bond 2 0 0
Suma Bonor et debitor 147 18 6
Robert Carter
Luke Yarker
Tho Lambert
Rowland Welles

Admin 15th Nov 1684
Peter Blenkinsop of Lanourne, Rough Mason and John Allan of Labourme, Yeoman
Peter Blenkinsop to execute teh Will of George Ward late of LAbourne 
WARD, George (I7139)
 
94 1252.— Simon Ward, Rector of Guiseley, and William Ward witnessed a charter of Joan daughter of Simon de Baildon, granting land in Baildon to her kinsman, Walter de Hawksworth. Simon also affixed his seal to the deed, presumably for greater solemnity. The sketch of this seal shows a conventional representation of a church, having three spires, with the legend, S : RECTOR1S : ECCL : DE : GYSELY : 'J This deed will be printed in full in Book III

He married Margaret, sister of Julian de Nevill, prior to Trinity Term,1253.

1253,--Trinity Term. — William le Despenser and Isabel his wife sued the Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England to warrant to them the wardship of John son and heir of Richard Pyn, which William Ward and Margaret his wife claim against them by reason of the gift which Jollan de Nevill made to them, of whom the said Richard held his land by military service.
1262.— Sir William Ward and Sir Simon Ward witnessed a charter of Ralph son of German Maunsel of Burley, granting a rent of 2s. in Menston to Walter son of Walter de Hawksworth. ' This Sir Simon was probably William's brother, the Rector of Guiseley ; parish priests were usually styled Sir or 'dominus', down to the Reformation.

1265.— Sir William Ward witnessed a charter of Hugh de Nayleford [Neirford], granting land in Baildon to William the Forester of Baildon.

Undated.— William son of Sir Simon Warde grants to Beatrice his sister land called the Rodes, in the fee of Ralph Maunsel of Burghley [Burley in Wharfedale]. Witnesses : Sir Alan de Catherton, Simon son of William de Hawkesworth, Adam son of Thomas of the same, &C. '' This Beatrice must, I think, be the lady who married Walter de Hawksworth, otherwise it is difficult to account for the deed being among the Hawksworth muniments.

Undated.—Hugh son of Alan de Heukeswrth [Hawksworth] released to Sir William Ward all his claim to a rent of 1 5,/., arising from two bovates of land which Maude daughter of Robert Rufus of Hawksworth gave to Alan, his father. Witnesses : Sir Simon Warde, Rector of Giselay 
WARD, Sir William (I7872)
 
95 1274-5, February — Sir Simon Warde was appointed by Archbishop Girlard one of his justices within the Liberties of Ripon and Beverley.

1298, June 16. — Sir Simon Ward did homage to Henry de Newark, Archbishop of York, on the morrow of his consecration at York, namely on the 10 July, and took the oath of fealty. Simon admitted that he held one knight's fee in Guiseley, Givendale and Kirkby Wharfe, and a quarter of a knight's fee in Newby on Yore. (Ure) The Guiseley property included Baildon.

1300, Michaelmas Term. — Simon Warde of Gyvendale claimed against Henry de Eyville and Alice his wife, three acres of pasture in Thorpe near Gyvendale [Littlethorpe] 
WARD, Sir Simon (I7871)
 
96 1334-5, Hilary Term. — Alice, widow of Simon Warde, claimed against Isabel [or Elizabeth] widow of Roger Damory one-third of one-fourth of the manors of Escrik and Kirkeby under Knolle, as her dower.
1335, Easter Term. — Alice, widow of Simon Ward, claimed against William Graa and Joan his wife one third of 15 messuages, one mill, 17^ bovates and 69 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow and 6s. rent in Drightlyngton and Alvvaldon [Adwalton], as her dower. The defendants vouched to warranty John de Langeton, parson of Bulmer, and John deWomme of York. 
UNKNOWN, Alice (I8036)
 
97 1349, September 16. — Sir Simon Warde presented John de Hawksworth, clerk, to the Rectory of Guiseley, on the death of John Warde.
More than one half of the parish priests in Yorkshire are said to have perished by the Black Death in 1349; John Warde was probably one of the victims. 
WARD, John (I8037)
 
98 1373,June 19. — -John Warde, son and heir [apparent] of Simon Warde, knight, released, to Sir Simon and Lady Joan his wife, for their lives, certain lands and tenements in Neuby-on-Youre.

1373, December 5. — Agreement between John de Hamerton and John eldest son of Sir Simon Warde, for the marriage of John Warde and Katherine daughter of John "Damerton" [i.e. de Hamerton]. Hamerton is to pay John 100 marks [£66, 135. 4 Johnde Hamerton, esq., and his wife, paid 20;. Poll Tax at Green Hammerton in 1378-9. 5

1378-9, January 27. — John son of Sir Simon Ward gave a power of attorney to John llketon of Hamerton and Richard de Sunygges, to enter and receive the manors of Gevendale, Neuby-on-Yore and Hesseholt, and the vill of Gysselay, with the advowson of the church there, after the death of Sir Simon, his father, whenever it should happen." The vill of Guiseley would include the Baildon property.

1385, Michaelmas Term. — Sir John Warde sued Joan widow of Sir Simon Warde [his father] tor the return of 12 charters, which she detained from him. (my note: Joan would be Sir John's stepmother)

1385, Michaelmas Term. — John Warde, chivaler, complained of William Raynson of Skelton, and many others, for entering his free warren at Neweby and Gyvendale, and hunting there without leave, and for taking fish, value /, 10, in his several fishery there, and for taking hares, coneys, pheasants and partridges in the warren.

1386, September 17. — Sir John Warde was one of the witnesses in the
celebrated Scrope and Grosvenor controversy, 1385 to 1390. He stated that he was aged 46 years and more; that he had seen Sir Richard le Scrope armed in the arms, azure, a bend or, in Scotland, in the expedition of the Lord of Lancaster [John of Gaunt], and in the last expedition of the King into Scotland; that he was for half a year in the retinue of Sir William Scrope, son of Sir Richard, in Gascony, and there often saw Sir William armed in the same arms with a label; that he had a chamber in his manor house called Gyvendale, where the arms of Scrope were set up and depicted on the wall, in which chamber were also the arms of Lord Neville, Lord Percy, Lord Clifford, and others, which had been in the said chamber for one hundred and sixty years, as his father had told him. 
WARD, Sir John (I7868)
 
99 1400-1,February 14. — The will of Simon Warde. esq., was proved by Thomas Warde, the brother and executor; it was not copied into the Register.8 I am inclined to think that Simon and Thomas were younger sons of Sir Simon, 8. A.
 
WARD, Simon Esq (I8040)
 
100 1402, Michaelmas Term: — Robert de Huntyngtcm of York sued Elizabeth widow of Simon Warde for a debt of /"40. 1 She was probably the widow of the Simon just mentioned. UNKNOWN, Elizabeth (I8042)
 

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