|Spouse 1||Jone COX
Married 28 Nov 1610
Britford, Wiltshire, England
|John Gumbleton's origins are not known, but the first record I have found is his marriage to Jone Cox in 1610, in the village of Britford, a few miles outside Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Baptisms for 6 children have been found in Britford between 1611 and 1623, but John must have had a further two children who are mentioned in his later will. In 1641, men were expected to make an oath of loyalty to the King and to "the true Reformed Protestant Religion expressed in the Doctrine of the Church of England, against all Poperie and Popish Innovations within this Realme." The lists, known as "Protestation Returns", of men who took the oath, include John Gumbleton senr. of Britford.
In 1647 John Gumbleton died. his will (proved in the PCC) names his wife and various children and grandchildren.
|28 Nov 1610||Marriage of John GUMBLETON and Jone COX||Britford, Wiltshire, England||Marriage index|
|1641/2||John GUMBLETON referenced in Britford, Wiltshire protestation return||Britford, Wiltshire||View details|
|1647||Will of John Gumbleton of Birford||Britford, WIlts||View details|
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