Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
A nephew of Lewis Phillips, he married Pepys’ sister Pall on 28 March 1667.
John Jacksonfrom L&M Companion, info to be non-spoiler as of Aug. 1661:...of Ellington, close by Brampton--a man 'of no education nor discourse' (ix.56) who had since his father's death in 1652 been farming the land at Parsonage Farm, together with some fields he had inherited in copyhold. He had also inherited from his stepbrother (?brother-in-law) Robert Ensum the 'Tiled House' in Ellington and between 20 and 30 scattered acres of pasture in the parish--all in the hands of tenants....
Ellington, west of Brampton along the A 14 [over The A 1]there are two farms one called Church and the other Rectory Farms: just maybe?'1652 been farming the land at Parsonage Farm'
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