He lived in The Strand,
Marriage licence 1603 describes him as then "of the [parish] of the Savoye in the County of Middlesex".
[Green, 1879] describes him as of "St. Mary le Savoy", Middlesex.
This is all the same place. This is the parish of St Mary le Strand, London, who during this period had no church and worshipped at the Savoy Chapel (also called the church of "St. Mary le Savoy"), the Strand, London.
mar 1603 to
See marriage licence dated 4 March 1603.
He inherited Horseman properties after the death of Elizabeth's brother Thomas Horseman in 1631.
He inherited Burton Pedwardine, Lincolnshire, and Chertsey, Surrey.
He died at his house in The Strand, London, 21 Sept 1633.
He was bur 24 Sept 1633 in the Savoy Chapel.
Admin 17 Oct 1633.
Elizabeth fl 1633.
They had issue:
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