Hougham, Dr James

Male Abt 1663 - 1700  (~ 37 years)


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  • Name Hougham, James 
    Prefix Dr 
    Born Abt 1663 
    Gender Male 
    Died 2 Nov 1700  Ditchling Sussex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 4 Nov 1700  Ditchling Sussex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Memorial brass with Coat of Arms in Ditchling Church (Not there in June 2005 RY)



      Is this the correct James?
      Sussex: - Calendar of Administrations in the Consistory court of the Bishop of Chichester 1555-1800, Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the Peculiar court of the Archbishop of Canterbury 1520-1670, Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the Peculi Register 3. Administrations in the Consistory Court at Chichester 1555-1800 Now Preserved in the Probate Registry at Winchester. County: Sussex Country: England Hougham, James, Sidlesham M 46 1704



      Holdings of Lambeth Palace Library
      Directory of medical licences issued by the Archbishop of Canterbury 1535-1775
      ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS LICENSED BY THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, 1535-1775
      This index gives the name, place of activity and date of licence of all physicians and surgeons to whom licences were issued by the Archbishop of Canterbury, both through the vicar general and Faculty Office (indicated by "FO" after the entry).


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      HALES (Matthew), B.A., formerly of Merton College, Oxford; [of Somerset], 1617.

      HALL (Andrew), of Tavistock, Devon, 1683.

      HALL (Henry), literate, [of Kent], 1666.

      HALL (John), 1663.

      HALL (John), gent., [literate], of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middx., 1667.

      HALL (Robert), of Worcester, Worcs., 1612.

      HALS (Halse) (Edmund), of Exeter College, Oxford, 1672.

      HALSTEAD (Henry), citizen and apothecary of London, later of Burnley, Lancs., 1713. (FO)

      HAMBIDGE (HEMBIDGE) (Robert), of Ham, Surrey, 1714.

      HAMOND (George), [of London], 1623.

      HAMOND (George), apothecary, of Taunton Deane, Somt., 1679.

      HAMPTON (David), citizen and surgeon of London, and royal surgeon at the Tower of London, 1664. (FO)

      HANN (Francis), B.A., of Loxbeare, Devon, 1670.

      HARMAN (Nathaniel), formerly of Dublin, Ireland, [1682]. (FO)

      HARRIS (Edward), of Chipping Norton, Oxon., 1662. (FO)

      HARRISON (John), B.A., formerly of Trinity College, Cambridge, and M.A. of Paris, 1663. (FO)

      HARRISON (Henry), 1582 (dioceses of Bath & Wells, Canterbury, Chichester, Exeter, Salisbury, Winchester).

      HARRISON (Thomas), 1596.

      HART (John), gent., of Little Gaddesden, Herts., 1608.

      HART (Richard), 1624 (dioceses of Ely, Lincoln, Norwich, Peterborough).

      HART (William), Scottish; [of Devon], 1631.

      HARTLEY (William), of Haddenham, Bucks., 1638.

      HARVYE (Eusebius), of North Walsham, Norfolk, 1616.

      HASLEN (John), of Petworth, Sussex, 1672.

      HASLEN (HALSEN) (Robert), of Chichester, Sussex, 1672.

      HATFELD(E) (John), fellow of the college of Bonhommes, Ashridge, Lincs., 1538. (FO)

      HATLEY (Griffith), M.A., [of Maidstone, Kent], 1663.

      HAUGHTON (George), gent., of St. Mary Woolchurch, London, 1637.

      HAWYS (William), of Cockfield, Suffolk, 1686.

      HAYES (Nicholas), apothecary, of Malmesbury, Wilts., 1678.

      HAYNES (James), of Hardwicke, Glos., 1673.

      HEALE (Henry), of Winslow, Bucks., 1635.

      HEALY (William), of West Lavington, Wilts., 1696.

      HEATH (Robert), of Swindon, Wilts., 1665.

      HEBB (John), literate, 1664.

      HEDGES (Henry), of the university of Oxford, 1676.

      HEMET alias HORNET (Peter), of St. Clement Danes, Middx., 1702.

      HEMMING (John), of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Middx., 1681.

      HENMAN alias TAYLOR (Alan), M.A., of Croydon, Surrey, 1706.

      HENSHAW (John), of Brenchley, Kent, 1662. (FO)

      HENVILE (HANVILE) (Matthew), of Wellington, Somt., 1680.

      HEPBURNE (Patrick), of Bodmin, Cornwall, 1696.

      HERBERT (John), of Highgate Hospital, Middx., 1631.

      HERBERT (HARBART) (Robert), gent., of Standish, Glos., 1679.

      HERRY(E) (Peter) v. GRAVETELL (Peter)

      HEYMAN (Robert), apothecary, of Launceston, Cornwall, 1613.

      HEYTS (HEYTH) (John), 1666 (dioceses of Exeter, London, Winchester).

      HIAM alias COPPE (Abiezer), [of the city of London], 1667.

      HICKES (James), of Purton, Wilts., 1676.

      HIDE (Thomas), of Kyre Wyre, Worcs., 1695. (FO)

      HIDSON (Christopher), of Coventry, Warws., 1696.

      HIDSON (Matthew), of Coventry, Warws., 1696.

      HILL (Basil), [of Somerset], 1696.

      HILL (Benoni), of Berrow, Somt., 1680.

      HILL (Francis), M.A., clerk, 1632.

      HILL (James), of Market Harborough, Leics., 1683.

      HILL (John), of Worplesdon, Surrey, 1716.

      HILL (Jonathan), of Andover, Hants., 1702.

      HILL (Joseph), Quaker, of Linton, Cambs., 1701.

      HILL (William), 1633.

      HINCHLOE (Richard), of Wortham, Suffolk, 1636.

      HINCHMAN (John), of St. Saviour, Southwark, Surrey, 1705.

      HOBBS (Stephen), gent., of the city of London, 1608.

      HOBDEY (HOBDY) (Edward), of Alkham, Kent, 1694.

      HODGES (David), 1619 (dioceses of Chichester, London, Rochester, Winchester).

      HODGESON (Daniel), gent., of Cheshunt, Herts., 1686.

      HOLLAND (Thomas), of Chesterfield, Derbys., 1706.

      HOOKE (John), of St. Stephen, Norwich, Norfolk, 1695.

      HOOPER (George), of Wincheap, Canterbury, Kent, 1634.

      HORABINE (Bartholomew), of Croydon, Surrey, 1609.

      HORE (Henry), barber-surgeon, of Croydon, Surrey, 1629.

      HORE (HOARE) (Henry), of Croydon, Surrey, 1674.

      HORNBY (Richard), of Liskeard, Cornwall, 1704.

      HORNET (Peter) v. HEMET (Peter).

      HOWARD (John), of Guildford, Surrey, 1725.

      HOWELL (John), of Isleworth, Middx., 1731. (FO)

      HOWSE (Freeman), of Rye, Sussex, 1679.

      HOWTREE (John), of St. Peter, St. Albans, Herts., 1626.

      HUBBARD (Anne), wife of Richard Hubbard, of Toft Monks, Norfolk, 1613.

      HUDSON (John), of Whetstone, Finchley, Middx., 1683.

      HUFFAM (James), of Ditchling, Sussex, 1684.

      HULLYOR (Robert), apothecary, of King's Lynn, Norfolk, 1680.

      HUNGERFORD (Matthew), of Little Bedwyn, Wilts., 1670.

      HURT (Jeremiah), of St. Andrew, Droitwich, Worcs., 1679.

      HUYBART(S) (HUYBERTS) (Adrian), [of Kensington, Middx.], 1675.


      Archive of Gage family of Firle
      Catalogue Ref. SAS/G
      Creator(s): Gage family of Firle, East Sussex BERWICK Attested copy of will of John Hony of Ditchling, esq SAS/G40/23 7 Nov 1694
      These documents are held at East Sussex Record Office
      Contents: To be buried in the chancel at Wilmington near his late wife; poor of Wilmington, £5; to be buried in linen by which his executors will forfeit £5, which he desired to be divided among the poor of the parish; poor of Ditchling, Pyecombe, Westmeston, Berwick, Lullington and Hailsham, £5 each parish; Mr Edwards the minister of Wilmington, to preach funeral sermon, £5 Cousin Lucas, drysalter in Southwark, all freehold and copyhold lands in Ditchling To kinsman Culpeper Hoffam land in Westmeston, copyhold of the manor of Middleton To kinsman William Giles of Alciston (Ason; recte Alfriston?), a messuage and land in Pyecombe called Upper Standean otherwise Hasell holt and all lands in Berwick and all copyholds in Berwick intended to be surrendered to the use of will To cousin Thomas Mathew of the Cliffe near Lewes all freehold and copyhold lands in Lullington, with a condition for surrendering copyholds in Berwick to William Giles, if not surrendered to use of will To kinswoman Margaret the wife of Mr James Plummer of Chailey all lands in Hailsham, she paying £50 to JH's kinsman Arthur Brook the elder of Wilmington and £50 to William Stapley of Arlington To Mr Nicholls 'the minister of this parish' £5, he paying 'to my executors what he oweth' Friends Peter Courthope esq and his son Mr John Courthope, to be executors, £50 each Gifts to servants Executors to hold and enjoy all lands for six months for marking the best advantage of corn cattle and stock W: J Whitpaine, James Hougham, John Knight, John Colvell Copy attested by J Burrell and Edward Virgoe
    Person ID I462  Hougham
    Last Modified 23 Apr 2007 

    Family Culpepper, Mary Ann
              d. 5 Oct 1688, Ditchling Sussex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. Hougham, Culpeper
              b. 1688
              bur. 3 Sep 1740, St Vedest Foster Lane London Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 52 years)
    Family ID F233  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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