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Nicholaus Smythson was the vicar of the Church Fewston,Yorkshire England 1591


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I am looking for his family parents, or any more info on were he was born. if there are link to the smythson of Moulton

Nicholaus Smythson was the vicar of the Church Fewston, wife Susanna
Yorkshire England 1591 -1632

Birth abt
Fewston Yorkshire, England

Marriage to Susanna
1591 Age: 26
Fewston Yorkshire

1591 Age: 26
Fewston Yorkshire, England
Nicholas Smythson succeeded Henry Pulleyn, as Vicar of Fewston, taking possession of the Vicarage and 9 acres of land

Court Case defendant
1604 Age: 39
York City Yorkshire England
Participant:Nicholas Smithson [Smythson] Role:defendant Details:male; clerk Employment:vicar of Fewston Location:Fewston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):Fewston (Fuiston, Fuyston) : ecclesiastical parish Notes:eek:ne of the farmers of the rectory of Fewston

Will Witness
1606 2 May Age: 41
Will Witness John Bramley's will

1613 Age: 48
Fewston Yorkshire, England
Title Clerk Status Preacher BY CATHARINE PULLEIN "The treasures of antiquity laid up In old historic rolls I opened." — Beaitmont.WITH MAP AND ILLUSTRATIONS LEEDS J. WHITEHEAD & SON, PRINTERS, ALFRED STREET, BOAR LANE. 1915.

Timble Witch Craft Trial Washburn Valley Fuystone
1622 Age: 57
York City Yorkshire England
6 women were put on trail York City, accused of Witch craft Margaret Waite & her daughter, Jennet Dibble, Margaret Thorpe, Elizabeth Fletcher, Elizabeth Dickenson, The Rev Nicholas Smythson gave testimony which lead to the women being acquitted in court

1632 Age: 67
Fewston Yorkshire, England
Occupation Vicar of Fewston at death.

children Birth Fewston Yorkshire

Robert Smithson 1592 –
Joseph Smithson 1593 –
Joshua Smithson 1593 – 1666
Reuben Smithson 1605 – 1667