William Rowell of Benefield is mentioned in the Will of Lyon Faulkner (1681): At that point William has died and is survived by his widow and 3 children: The full will is here: FAULKNER Lyon Lydd 1681 will ROLLR DE 73-1715-2 Williams in the Benefield Parish Register In the Parish Register there are the following relevant mentions of William Rowell- These are quite a tangle which would need more evidence than the register gives to sort out. June 17th 1579…
Birth Marriage – 22nd October 1798 There is no record of William’s marriage at Folksworth. The next reference to him is to the birth of his daughter Elizabeth. There is a record of marriage however at Peterborough St John of his marriage with Elizabeth Millington – note that this is Wm Rowell of Folksworth there is only one candidate William Rowell of Folksworth Family These are the subsequent references to William and Elizabeth at Folksworth: The move to Yaxley Burial…
Valentine Rowell was born in England on 22 June 1622. A carpenter, he married Joanna Pindor in 1643, and the couple had nine children. Valentine died in Amesbury in May 1662. Copied from http://buffalogen.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/first-settlers-of-amesbury-massachusetts.html https://edocs.uis.edu/erund1/www/RowellFamily.htm https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=m049I0RlFe8C&pg=PA1072&lpg=PA1072&dq=valentine+rowell&source=bl&ots=chIooXmb4X&sig=-WU32TthrLzDnPCos9OLxJKvTLE&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjRuuD2j-zSAhXLI8AKHfTcAH04ChDoAQgiMAQ#v=onepage&q=valentine%20rowell&f=false
Extracts from Warmington Parish records on microfiche number 342 p9 & 10 1820 12 Dec. – John ROWELL to Mary Crooks BRUDENELL
78 EARLY CHANCERY PROCEEDINGS—FILE 1371. 14-17 Richard NEWETT v. John ROWELL alias Newett. Messuage and land in Sutton and Dingley late of Agnes Newett, deceased, claimed by complainant as his grandmother and by defendant as his great-grandmother. (No. 16 belongs to a cross suit).
EARLY CHANCERY PROCEEDINGS—FILE 1482. 59 The same v. John ROWELL of London, embroiderer, late his servant, and Paul POPE, scrivener. Theft of clothing from chests in Mr. Mering’s house called Derby Place. London.
Grimsby Census 1881 Dwelling: 110 Wood St William ROWELL M 46 M Folksworth, Huntingdon, England Rel: Head Occ: Grocer Salome ROWELL M 43 F Fulnetby, Lincoln, England Rel: Wife
This could be John Rowell (1748-1827) but it could also possibly be their son John (1773 – ?) This is the voting records from 1818
FAMILY 2A BENEFIELD WILLIAM (263) William of Achurch married Sicily (Cisley?)Rowell, widow of Benefield at Benefield on 31.01.1600. She bur 17.02.1648. Children included:- WILLIAM(275) bp 15.12.1604 See Below JAMES(265) bp 13.12.1607 See FAM 2B
Joan Rowell is one of these…but not sure which