Bapchild Crimes and Misdemeanours 1594 to 1669
8 June 1594
Richard COX of Bapchild, collar maker; sureties, Nicholas WHITE, yeoman and Robert ELIZE, baker, both of Sittingbourne.
Endorsed "Recognizances for tylers at Canterbury Castle, July 1594"
31 December 1596
Richard DARBY of Bapchild, carpenter; sureties, William HARRISON of Tonge, yeoman and David BOWELL of Rodmersham, yeoman
24 July 1598
James BURDEN of Sittingbourne, labourer, in £10, to appear, answer and to keep the peace towards Lewes DAINCE of Rodmersham, tailor; sureties, Richard BURDEN of Bapchild, yeoman and John SISTMER of Tunstall, carpenter.
18 April 1599
Nicholas SWAYLAND of Bapchild, shoemaker, at the sign of the Fox; sureties, Nicholas CATLETT of Tonge and Henry GRINSBY of Sittingbourne, yeomen
10 November 1601
Thomas NEWLAND of Bapchild, yeoman, in £10, to appear to prosecute and give evidence against William RUDD.
3 November 1604
Thomas STOUTE of Bapchild, victualler and husbandman, at Boughton-under-Blean, stole a cloak worth 30s. belonging to Walter BYGGES and also Walter HOLTE of Wingham, labourer, at Bapchild received the same from Thomas STOUTE. (Both plead not guilty.) Sureties, William HARRISON of Tonge, yeoman and Ellis MATTEN of Bapchild, labourer.
Thomas STOUTE found not guilty
20 July 1606
Christopher ALLEN of Lynsted, yeoman, in £10, to appear, do and receive and to keep the peace towards James NEWLAND of Bapchild; sureties, Ralph BYNGHAME and John WHITLOCK, both of Lynsted, yeomen.
19 May 1609
Nicholas CATTLET of Bapchild, yeoman, in £10, to appear and answer charges brought by Robert FLUD; sureties, John CATTLETT of Sittingbourne, yeoman and Thomas PIGGEN
11 January 1616/17
Robert REMNANT of Bapchild, labourer, in £20, to appear and answer; sureties, Robert MICHELL and Thomas DEANE , both of the same, yeomen
21 October 1669
Mary LILLY , singlewoman, of Bapchild, that John GURNETT,in whose house at Milton next Gravesend she lives, is the father of the child she carries, and that he promised to marry her.