Family:James Cary and Elizabeth Stone (1)

 
b. abt 1622-27 or 1632
b. bef. 1641
d. abt. 1663
Facts and Events
Marriage Banns[1][2][3][7][8] 27 Feb 1658 St. Margaret Moses, London, England
Marriage[4][5][6][8] 10 Mar 1658 St. Michael Paternoster Royal, London, England
Children
BirthDeath
1.
BEF 1660
References
  1. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage Banns, in London: St. Mildred (Bread Street) & St. Margaret Moses - Parish Registers, 1558 - 1853 / Marriages.

    « 27 Feb 1658 James Cary of this par., Tobakkenerst, & Elizabeth Stone of All Hollis, Bredgstreet, spinster, d. of Osnole Stone of Froston par. in Lestershire. Publication on 13 Feb, 20 Feb & 27 Feb » Accessed on Ancestry.co.uk > London, England, Extracted Parish Records
    NOTE: "of this par(ish)" presumably refers to St. Margaret Moses - see next two sources S2 S3. The parish register was united with that of St. Mildred, Bread Street following the Great Fire of London, which destroyed them both in 1666; and only the latter was rebuilt in 1683. The bride's parish would have to have been All Hallows, Bread Street, "on the south side of Watling Street".

  2. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage (Banns), in Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840.

    « Year: 1658 / Last Name 1: CARY / First Name 1: JAS / Last Name 2: STONE / First Name 2: ELZ / Place: ST MARGARET MOSES / County: LONDON » Accessed on BritishOrigins

  3. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage Banns, in The Parish Register for St Margaret Moses, Little Friday Street, London.

    « St Margaret Moses 1657 Marriages / … / 1658 / … / Febry 27 | Jas Carey of this p. Tobacconist & Eliz. Stone of All / Hollis, Bredgstreet , sp. publication » Image from the London Metropolitan Archives, St Margaret Moses, Transcripts of baptisms 1559 - 1812, marriages 1558 - 1666, burials 1558 - 1812, CLC/464/MS12003. Accessed on ancestry.co.uk/ > London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line] > City of London > St Margaret Moses, Little Friday Street > 1558-1812 > Page (image) 171 of 244

  4. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage, in England & Wales Marriages, 1538-1940.

    « Name: James Carey / Gender: Male / Spouse's name: Elyzabeth Stone / Marriage Date: 10 Mar 1658 / Marriage Place: London, London, England
    Source Citation: Place: London, London, England; Collection: St Michael Paternoster; -; Date Range: 1568 - 1666; Film Number: 374505. » Accessed on Ancestry.co.uk > England & Wales Marriages, 1538-1940

  5. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage, in Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840.

    « Year: 1658 / Last Name 1: CAREY / First Name 1: JAS / Last Name 2: STONE / First Name 2: ELZ / Place: ST MICHAEL PATERNOSTER ROYAL / County: LONDON » Accessed on BritishOrigins

  6. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage, in The Parish Register for St Michael Paternoster Royal, 1658-1682.

    « 1658 / … / Carey | M | James Carey and Elizabeth Stone were marryed in the / P(ar)ish Church of St Mychael Royall the Tennth Day of march 1658 – By mr Thurman minister » Image from London Metropolitan Archives, St Michael Paternoster Royal, Composite register: baptisms 1653-1681/2, marriages 1653-1666, burials 1653-1681/2, P69/MIC5/A/002/MS05143. Accessed on ancestry.co.uk/ > London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line] > City of London > St Michael Paternoster Royal > 1653-1682 > Page (image) 24 of 66

  7. James Cary and Elizabeth Stone Marriage, in 'Cade - Cutler', The Rulers of London 1660-1689: A biographical record of the Aldermen and Common Councilment of the City of London, pp. 42-56, 1966.

    « CAREY, James / Co Co Bread Street 1689-90 (1) St Margaret Moses, 1664, West Smithfield, St Sepulchre, 1670, St Augustine, 1689, 1694 (2) SALT (3) d Oct-Dec 1694, bur St Augustine (4) Will PCC 243 Box pr, 20 Dec 1694 mar (A) 1658, Elizabeth, da of Oswell Stone of Froston, Leic, and AH Bread Street, (B) 1664, Anne, da of Robert Dabson of Aston, Oxon (5) Tobacconist (5) Property Berks (6) ? Tory, not Whig (7) / (1) VBk, St Augustine (2) Boyd 13855, will of Mark WARKMAN, GR, VBk, St Augustine, will (3) Will, Boyd 13855 (4) Will, Reg, St Augustine (5) Boyd 13855 (6) Will (7) H of L, MS 154 (f) » Accessed on British History Online

  8. 8.0 8.1 The Map of Early Modern London.

    The Map of Early Modern London site describes Bread Street Ward and maps the location of the sites James Cary would have frequented. The Salters Hall is marked above and slightly left of center on Bread Street. It is in the same block as the churches of St. Mildred and All Hallows. St. Margaret Moses is one block to the west. St. Augustine is two blocks west of All Hallows on Watling Street. St. Michael Paternoster Royal is at the far east of the map and slightly below center on the corner of St. Thomas Apostles Street and Whyttyngton College. St. Sepulchre is still farther west and north and is shown the southeastern section on map B4.
    C5: Bread Street map
    B4: St. Sepulchre