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May
, of Bombay, Army Officer, Hon E. India Co. (PvM 1998) Was this Daniel May soldier, buried Fort St George 3 Jul 1691? See There is a reference to a Daniel May https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/eicah/englefield-house-berkshire/englefield-ho use-case-study-the-east-india-company-arrives-1745-1776/ After Powlett Wrighte's death in 1741, Mary Wrighte remained at Englefield. The estates and lands were held in trust by John Wilder and Daniel May for Mary and her son Powlett, until he came of age in his twenty-first year. The National Archives, PROB 11/708(106/114). Le Neve's Knights, where William May "went into Portugal and there married Isabel dr of Jo. Ballew of Bharo" and had issue. p229. https://ia800201.us.archive.org/20/items/lenevespedigrees00lene/leneve spedigrees00lene.pdf BL has: Title: A letter to the Rev. ... G. Lewis, Chaplain to the Honourable the East-India-Company, at Fort St. George, giving an account of the method of instruction used in the charity-schools of the Church, call'd Jerusalem, in Tranquebar, by the Protestant Missionaries there / translated from the Portugueze ; [edited by G. Lewis]. Author: Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg, 1683-1719. Contributor: Johann Ernst Grnndler 1677-1720.; G Lewis Rights: Terms governing use: Terms of use for Google books. Access restrictions: No restrictions. Publication Details: London, 1715. Language: English Identifier: System number: 017610555 Physical Description: (8) Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection DRT Digital Store 867.d.30. UIN: BLL01017610555 and A Collection of voyages and travels, some now first printed from original manuscripts, others now first published in English. In eight volumes. With a general preface, giving an account of the progress of trade and navigation, from its first beginning. Illustrated with several hundred useful maps and cuts, containing views of the different countries, cities, towns, forts, ports and shipping: also the birds, beasts, fish, serpents, trees, fruits and flowers; with the habits of the different nations, all elegantly engraved on copper-plates. Awnsham Churchill, -1728. London : printed by assignment from Messieurs Churchill, for Thomas Osborne in Gray's-Inn, MDCCXLVII-MDCCLII [1747-1752]

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F/? 
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(
May
) + post 1684
1.
Anne/Anna 
May
(
Fowke
) 1684 - 1734
1a.
Randall 
Fowke
(
?
,
May
) 1673 - 1745
1.1.
Edward 
Fowke
(
Hollond
) c. 1714 - 1789 ...
1.2.
Thomas 
Fowke
1715 - 1717
1.3.
Joseph 
Fowke
(
Crofts
,
Walsh
,
Treacher
) 1716 - 1800 ...
1.4.
Frances 
Fowke
(
Sanderson
) 1717 - 1740
1.5.
Francis 
Fowke
c. 1718 - 1721
1.6.
Anne 
Fowke
1719 - 1719
1.7.
Francis (Frank) 
Fowke
1720 - 1802
1.8.
Sophia 
Fowke
(
Hollond
,
Duncan
) ante 1723 - 1760 ...
1.9.
Mary 
Fowke
(
Hollond
) c. 1723 - post 1740
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