Legacy Report

 

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CJC Research Team
by: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Judy Lynn Slocum, & Carlene Morrison
Researcher: Parish Records & Apprentice Records candissanders@bctonline.com
Slocombe Family Historian: Judy L. Slocum, slocombehistory@sbcglobal.net
Bickham Family Historian and Extraction: chalfort@earthlink.net 
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Byam/Brian/Levan/Evans, Clan Byamorum of Wales, Bristol, Somerset, Ireland, Barbados, & the Leeward Islands

Abstract by Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004] All rights reserved©

Educated at Oxford & Cambridge, members of the Clergy in the Church of England, Cannon's of Wells & Exeter, Religious persecution for some  and the Byam link to Barbados. The Slocombe-Byam/Brian-Roberts families are even more linked when all the connecting lines are researched as I have found here:

  • Master Thomas Slocombe, draper, married Elizabeth Byam
  • John Slocombe, merchant, (son of the above) married Mary Roberts
  • Elizabeth Bayaham/Brayne married Captain Henry Roberts (Uncle to Mary Roberts)
  • William Byam, Governor of the Leeward Islands, married Dorothy Knollys ( daughter of Francis Knollys, Governor of Barbados)

Oxford & Cambridge University Alumni: **Color indicates those at the University at the same time.

  • Oliver Byam, Cambridge University 1544
  • Reverend Henry Slocombe, Oxford University, 1564-1567,  master of the fabric in 1578 at Wells, Cannon of Wells Cathedral (son of Thomas above)
  • Reverend Lawrence Byam, Oxford University, 1566, "pauper scholar", rector, East Luckham, Somerset, England (his father and brother are mentioned in Elizabeth Byam-Slocombes will)
  • Gilbert Slocombe, Oxford University, 1596-1600, MA (son of Reverend Henry Slocombe, Cannon of Wells)
  • John Slocombe, Oxford University, 1601, BA, (son of Reverend Henry Slocombe, Cannon of Wells)
  • Reverend Henry Byam, DD, Oxford University, 1597-1612, Doctor of Divinity in 1642; Canon of Exeter, 1632; & Cannon of Wells, 1660 (son of Reverend Lawrence Byam)
  • Reverend Edward Byam, Precentor of Cloyne, Oxford University, 1600-1610 (son of Reverend Lawrence Byam)
  • Reverend John Byam, Oxford University, 1599-1606 , sequestered & imprisoned (son of Reverend Lawrence Byam)

1st  Generation

For Sources Contact: candissanders@bctonline.com I have about 50-60 more unlinked Byam/Brian's found in the parish records in Bristol and I will be adding them at a later date and at that time the sources for this page will be added. I still have the last 2 parishes to read for Bristol and the years I have been reading are the earliest years to about 1650.

The Welsh use of "ap" means "son of" and "verch" is "daughter of" but as these Welsh moved into England the "ap/a" would often be added to the name as I have found in the parish records. Example: Abyam, Abrayne, or Aplevan. Also Levan is an early use of Evan and Evan more often was spelled Yeavan/Yeaven. Written by by Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004] All rights reserved©



1. Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum , son of Jenkin ap Byamorum , Clan Byamorum , was born in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK. Other names for Levan are Evan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum, Evan BYAM Clan Byamorum, Evan BYAM of Mardeigh, and Monmouthshire.

Noted events in his life were:

• Origins of the Surname:  "The Byam family is of ancient Welsh origin.

Levan married _____.

Children from this marriage were:

   2 M    i. John ap Levan Clan Byamorum was born about 1500 in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK and died in 1540 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK. Also known as John Byam of Bath.

   3 M    ii. Robert ap Levan Clan Byamorum .

   4 M    iii. Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum was born in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK and died after 1525 in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK.

Second Generation


2. John ap Levan, Clan Byamorum (Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born about 1500 in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK and died in 1540 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK. Another name for John was John BYAM.

John married in 1523 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

Children from this marriage were:

   5 F    i. Mistress Elizabeth verch John, Clan Byamorum was born in 1524 in Abbey Bath, Somerset, England, UK and was buried on 12 Apr 1591 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  

   6 M    ii. John ap John BYAM, Clan Byamorum was born in 1526 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 26 Apr 1587 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

   7 M    iii. Richard ap John, Clan Byamorum was born in 1528 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 21 Nov 1574 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  

   8 M    iv. William ap John, Clan Byamorum was born in 1530 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK and died in 1570 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK.

   M    v. Thomas ap John, Clan Byamorum was born in 1532 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 5 Jul 1581 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Other names for Thomas were Thomas ABAYNAM, and Thomas BYAM.

3. Robert ap Levan, Clan Byamorum  (Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1). Other names for Robert are Robert BAYAHAM of Yate, Gloucestershire, Robert BRAYNE of St. James Parish near Bristol, and Robert BRAYNE Esquire of the Body to the Queen.

Noted events in his life were:

• 1555, Land &/or Property: to Robert Brayne from Leonard Malynery, gent, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.
CHESTER-MASTER Family
Catalogue Ref. D674a
Creator(s):
Chester-Master family of Almondsbury, Gloucestershire
Chester family of Almondsbury, Gloucestershire
Master, Chester- family of Almondsbury, Gloucestershire
Master family of Almondsbury, Gloucestershire
TITLE DEEDS: BRISTOL
FILE [no title] - ref. D674/a/T5 - date: 1555
\_ [from Scope and Content] Grant, by Leonard Malynery, gent. and his w. Elizabeth, of Hambrook [in WINTERBOURNE] to Robt. Brayne of St. James near Bristol, an Esquire of the Body to the Queen, and Thomas Chester of Bristol, merchant, of all their property in Bristol (unspecified) which they had by the will of John Grene of Bristol, gent.

Robert married Karthyn HOWGH on 5 May 1547 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Children from this marriage were:

   9 F    i. Elizabeth BAYAHAM  was born about 1526 in Yate, GLS, England, UK 5 and was buried on 16 Aug 1575 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

   M    ii. Oliver BYAM was born about 1528 in Yate, GLS, England, UK.

Noted events in his life were:

• He was educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University in 1544. Database: Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
Name: OLIVER BYAM
College: CORPUS CHRISTI
Entered: Easter, 1544
Source Information: Venn, J. A., comp. Alumni Cantabrigienses. London: Cambridge University Press, 1922-1954.

4. Thomas ap Levan, Clan Byamorum (Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK and died after 1525 in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK. Another name for Thomas was Thomas BYAM.

Thomas married Joan .

The child from this marriage was:

   10 M    i. Edward ap Thomas BRYAN Clan Byamorum  was born about 1525 in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK and was buried in Feb 1594 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

Third Generation


5. Mistress Elizabeth verch John Clan Byamorum  (John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in 1524 in Abbey Bath, Somerset, England, UK and was buried on 12 Apr 1591 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  Other names for Elizabeth were Elizabeth BAYHAM, Elizabeth BYAM, and Mistress Elizabeth SLOCOMBE.

Noted events in her life were:

• Origins of the Surname: Byam "antiquissima famillia Byamorum", Brecknock, , Wales.  ...descend from Mainerch/Maynerch, Lord Brecknock, who derived from Caradog Vraich Vras, Earl of Hereford, Lord of Radnor.

• Will/Probate/Proved: of Mistress Elizabeth Slocombe, 1591, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Extraction by: Carlene Morrison, Copyright [2004] All rights reserved©: Will of Elizabethe Slocumbe of Bristol,Written 31 March 1591, PROB 11/77
In the name of god Amen. The last daye of March in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand Fyve hundred nynetye one and in the three and thirteeth yeare of the Reigne of our soveraigne lady Elizabeth by the grace of God of England Frannce and Ireland Queene defender of the faithe etc. I Elizabeth Slocumbe of the cittie of Bristoll widdowe doe make and declare this my present last will and testament in manner and forme followinge that is to saie First I bequeath my soule unto Almightie God hopinge to be saved by the death and passion of Jesus Christ his only sonne our lord and I doe bequeath my body to the earth to be buried within the crowde of the parish church of Saint Nicholas in Bristoll in consideracon where of I do give and bequeath to the workes and towarde the reparations of the same church Fortie shillings Also I doe give and bequeath to the parishe church of Saint Michaells without Northgate in Bathe Fourtie shillings and to the poore of that parishe for that I was born there tenne shillings to be distributed by the discrecon of the church wardens there. Item I give to the poore people of the Almes houses aswell of the [Mandclins ?] as of the rest in Bath aforesaid tenne shillings. Item I give to the poore people of the Almes houses of Bristoll aswell that of the weavers and that of the tuckers as the rest of that cittie Fortie shillings. Item I give to the weavers hall of the cittie of Bristoll Twentie shillings. And to the Tuckers hall of the same cittie other twentie shillings. Item I give to my daughter Johane Didmister my silver salte beinge parcell [partial] guilt my stone crocke beinge covered and footed with silver gilte my standinge ____pp of silver all guilte And I do likewise give unto her a featherbedd with a boulster and a paire of blanketts and my best coverlett and my dubble carpett that belongs to the hall and two greate platters and foure narrowe brimmed platters foure porringers & six saucers a bason and a cover of pewter a pye plate and a ______ coffyn both of pewter and my best gowne furred with bever and my best kyrtle my peticote of skarlett and my second best spruce chest and my best mantle that is lyned and also m[y] pottle pott that is in the butterie which was her grandmothers. Item I give and bequeath to my goddaughter Marie Bird and daughter to my daughter Elizabeth James my wainscott chest that hath a ringe at the end And do also give her a featherbed with a boulster and a paire of blanketts a redd rugg coverlett foure faire platters a [churgen?] two faire bell candlestickes a crocke a dripping panne a broche of iron and my spice morter. Item I give and bequeath to William Slocumbe sonne of Henry Slocombe deceased my late sonne three poundes. Item I give to John Slocumbe brother of the said William three poundes. Item I give and bequeath to Thomas Slocumbe sonne of my sonne John Slocumbe one stone [crouse?] covered and footed with silver guilte and fyve poundes in money. Item I give to John Slocumbe brother of the said Thomas fyve poundes in money. Item I give to Elizabeth Slocombe daughter of my said sonne John fyve poundes in money and foure silver spoones. Item I give to Marie Slocumbe one other of the daughters of my said sonne John fyve pounds in money. Item I give to Marie Chester my daughter Holcumes daughter the boxe wherein my pantletts are kept and three platters three porrengers and three saucers and a quarte cupp covered with silver. Item I give to Elizabeth Chester an other of the daughters of my said daughter Slocumbe the lease of my house wherein I nowe dwell and all my right thereunto with my whole terme of yeares and estate therein yet to come and not expired together with all the wainscott portalls benches and glasse nowe beinge in the same house together also with the stayned or painted clothes in the hall and the hangings of faices [faces ?] with the borders belonginge to the same together likewise with the greate presse in the fore streete chamber there To have and to holde my said house lease wainscott portalls benches glasse hangings and presse unto the said Elizabeth duringe all the terme of yeares which I have yett to come in the said lease if the said Elizabeth doe soe long lyve And if she doe over lyve the said terme then to have the same wainscott glasse portalls hangings and presse forever And if she happen to die before the end of the said terme then I will and give residue of the said yeares which shall be to come of and in the said lease at the tyme of the death of the said Elizabeth together with the said waniscott and other last recited premisses unto her sister Bridgett. Also I doe moreover give and bequeath unto the said Elizabeth Chester my two sesternes [cisterns] of leade and all my weightes and scales and also three platters three pottengers and three saucers and a present quarte pott and also my [forsett?] wherein my frenche hood lyeth. Item I give to the said Bridgett Chester her sister one little cauldron with three leggs and a drippinge panne and a pankin of a pinte and also my coffer wherein my handcherchers lye also I doe give unto her my two little stooles which are covered with grene and my stone cupp covered with silver havinge a rose uppon the cover. Item I give unto the said Elizabeth Chester the cupp wherein I use commonly to drinke that is covered with silver. Item I give to Bridgett Didmister one cupp covered with silver which is more then a pynte and hath three little heades upon it. Item I give to Grace Holcumbe daughter unto my sonne in lawe Thomas Holcumbe my trencher salte more I give to the said Bridgett over and besides the former parcells already given unto her the spruce side board in the parlor and a good broach of iron. Item I give to my Uncle Edward Brian of Bathe Twentie shillings and to his son Thomas twentie shillings more. Item I give to Roger Jones dwellinge in Beare [or Boare] lane in Bristoll tenne shillings and a fryse gowne for him selfe and another fryse gowne for his wife And to his sister Anne dwellinge in [Walts?] I also give tenne shillings. Item I give to Marie Perrin my goddaughter the daughter of John Perrin of Beltop [or Belton] tenne shillings. Item I give unto eache of my children a token of golde which I have severally sealled in papers with theire names written severally uppon either of them as I have meante and allotted it unto them with papers and tokens I have layed together with this my will in one boxe. And whereas there is a legacie of tenne poundes given by [my] late deceased h usband Thomas Slocumbe unto Gilberte Slocumbe the sonne of my late deceased sonne Henrie Slocumbe the which I am chargeable to paie unto him as Executrix to my said husband And whereas also there is restinge in my handes other twentie poundes due to be paid unto the said Gilbert Slocumbe which was of his said Fathers money and where with I am also chargable I doe nowe by this my present last will and Testament I give and bequeath unto him the said Gilbert tenne poundes more in money to make the said former severall sommes full upp fortie poundes. And I do likewise give unto the said Gilbert Slocumbe a silver cupp called a [tumie?] and an other little cupp of silver gilt both which I bought at the late St James faire in Bristoll. Also I give and bequeath unto him the golde ringe which his mother left with me that was his Fathers havinge in it a stone graven with a head. Moreover I doe give and bequeath unto him my new featherbedd and the boulster thereunto and a paire of good blanketts my best redd rugge my greate crocke in the kitchen that was his Fathers and a brasse panne of foure gallons a great pankin of [crocle?] mettle [metal] foure platters foure porrengers foure saucers and two good candlesticks and also my blacke chest wherein my table clothes and napkins use to lie and a bigge Spanish chaire and the desk that was his Fathers usually standinge under the cupboard All which money and other things as well of myne owne gift as that other tenne poundes of my husbandes gift and the twentie pounds of his Fathers money I will and appointe to be delyvered and paied within one quarter of a yeare after my death. And further my will and meaninge is that all these my Legacies and gifts before by this my last Will and Testament given and bequeathed exceptinge only the Lease of my house and the Legacies given and appointed upon the said Elizabeth Chester shalbe satisfied and paied and all delyvered in sorte as I have before given the same before the end of one quarter of a yeare next after my death. Soe much whereof as shall appertaine unto ye children above named beinge within age (except the said Elizabeth Chester) my will and meaninge is that the same be severally delyvered and paid to theire severall parents respectively So that their said parents will be readie uppon reasonable request to enter into bondes by severall obligacons to myne Executor in reasonable summes of money accordinge to the value of the said severall legacies for safe keeping and ________ delyveringe thereof unto theire said severall children that is to saie, unto the women children at theire severall ages of sixteene yeares or at the severall daies of theire marriage if the[y] marrie before that age. And unto the men children at theire severall age of one and twentie yeares. And as touchinge the said Elizabeth Chester my meaninge and intent is and I doe will and appointe that the said Lease of my house and all other the legacies before given untoher be delyvered unto her within one monthe next after my deathe and that she may have the use benefitt and profitt thereof accordingly All the rest of my goodes chattells debts and other things whatsoever not before given nor bequeathed (my debts funeralls and former legacies first satisfied and paid[)] I doe give and bequeath unto my lovinge sonne John Slocumbe and I doe hereby make and ordaine him my full and wholl Executor of this my last will and Testamente uppon this condicon followinge notwithstandinge and not otherwise that is to saie that if he shall willinglye and wittingly defraude or deface anie of the person willingly [willingly is crossed out] or persons in this my Will named of his or theire legacie or legacies by this my present Will given and bequeathed unto them or any of them or shall wilfully and ob___matlie duley refuse and denie to paye and delyver the same or anie parte thereof to them or any of them to whome I have given and and [appears twice] appointed the same That then and frome the time that anie of the said person or persons shall be so defrauded ______ or wilfully delayed or denied of theire or either of theire said legacies or of any part thereof to the value of fortie shillings in the whole to any person contrarie to my meaninge declared in this my said Will nor be anie further or longer myne Executor of the same but that both this my gift unto him and his authoritie of Executorshipp shall both cease and be utterly voide And then and in that case I do ordaine and appointe my three daughters his sisters to be my Executrixes of this my said last will and Testament I[n] witness whereof hereunto I have put my hand and seale _____ the daie and yeare first above written In the presence of the persons underwritten Mrs Slocumbe Signe Sealed and signed by Mrs Slocumbe and declared to be her last will and testament the first daie of Aprill 1591 in the presence of Edward Longe Samuell Willett and Nicholas Hill.
[Probate Statement in Latin]

Elizabeth married Master, Thomas SLOCOMBE ,son of William SLOCOMBE , on 11 Jun 1542 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Thomas was born in 1522 in Huish Campflower, Somerset, England, UK and was buried on 28 Nov 1586 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Other names for Thomas were Thomas SLOCOMBE Burgess, Master Thomas SLOCOMBE Alderman, Thomas SLOCOMBE Draper of Bristol, Thomas SLOCOMBE Mayor, Thomas SLOCUM, and Thomas SLOCUN.

Noted events in his life were:

• He worked as a draper in 1536-1586 in Bristol, GLS, England, UK. drap·er (drpr) n. Chiefly British A dealer in cloth or clothing and dry goods. [Middle English, weaver or seller of cloth, from Old French drapier, from drap, cloth ; see drape.]

Children from this marriage were:

   F    i. Jone SLOCOMBE, (1) was christened on 10 May 1543 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK and was buried on 10 May 1543 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

   11 M    ii. Henry SLOCOMBE  was christened on 10 Jul 1546 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK  and died on 2 Sep 1579 in Wells, Somerset, England, UK  .

   12 F    iii. Elizabeth SLOCOMBE  was christened on 2 Nov 1548 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  

   13 F    iv. Bridget SLOCOMBE  was christened on 15 Apr 1551 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

   14 F    v. Jone SLOCOMBE, (2) was christened on 2 May 1556 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK  and was buried on 11 Mar 1607 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  

   15 M    vi. John SLOCOMBE, Senior  was christened on 10 Dec 1558 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

   M    vii. Cuthbert SLOCOMBE was christened on 11 Jan 1561 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK  and was buried on 11 Jan 1561 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  

6. John ap John BYAM, Clan Byamorum  (John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in 1526 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 26 Apr 1587 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Other names for John were John BEYNAM Taylor, and John BYAM.

John married Agnes .

The child from this marriage was:

   F    i. Agnes BEYNAM  was christened on 10 Apr 1541 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  

John next married Jone .

The child from this marriage was:

   M    i. James BYAM was christened on 24 Jul 1546 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

7. Richard ap John Clan Byamorum (John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in 1528 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 21 Nov 1574 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  Other names for Richard were Richard BAYHAM, Richard BYAM, and Richard BYMIN.

Richard married Margaret .

The child from this marriage was:

   M    i. Anthone BEYM was christened on 6 May 1546 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Richard next married Eline . Eline was buried on 11 Jun 1573 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Another name for Eline was Eline BAYMAN.

8. William ap John Clan Byamorum  (John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in 1530 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK and died in 1570 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK. Other names for William were William ABYAM of Bath, and William BYAM.

Noted events in his life were:

• Will-Probate: of William Byam of Bath, 1570, Bath, Somerset, England, UK.

William married Alos .

Children from this marriage were:

   F    i. Prudence BYAM was christened on 21 Feb 1563 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Another name for Prudence was Prudence ABYAM.

   M    ii. William ABYAM was christened on 12 Nov 1570 in St. Stephen's Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

9. Elizabeth BAYAHAM  (Robert ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born about 1526 in Yate, GLS, England, UK  and was buried on 16 Aug 1575 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Elizabeth married Captain, Henry ROBERTS , son of Master, John "the Elder" ROBERTS and Margaret JOHNSON . Henry was born in 1524 in Ashford, DEV, England, UK  and was buried on 20 Sep 1588 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Another name for Henry was Captain Henry ROBERTS.

Noted events in his life were:

• Maritime History: Captain Henry Roberts, Ship Christopher, Port of Dartmouth, England, 1570-1575, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  John Slocombe investor in Ship Falcon
... Bristol: Captain Henry Roberts, Andrew Barker and his brother, John were Bristol merchants who were engaged in trade with Spain. In 1570 one of their ships was captured by the Spanish and the crew enslaved. In 1574, Andrew fitted out the Bristol ship, Speedwell, for a voyage from Teneriffe to the Canaries. This trip went well, but another in 1575 in the Dartmouth ship, Christopher, with the Bristol Captain Henry Roberts, wasn't so lucky. The ship was seized and Roberts imprisoned. Barker's possessions in the Canaries, worth £1,700 were confiscated.
Barker swore to be avenged and returned home and fitted out the two ships, the Bear and the Rugged Staff and sailed for Trinidad. Here he caught up with some Spanish ships, destroyed them, and sailed to South America where he captured a frigate containing gold and silver worth £500. Roberts seems to be a headstrong man and quarreled with the Captain and eventually fought a duel with him. The Rugged Staff developed bad leaks and had to be abandoned. The crew was transferred to the captured frigate. Things must have gotten pretty bad as off the coast of Honduras, William Cox and some others boarded Barker's ship. In the fight that followed both Cox and Barker were wounded. Barker and thirty others were put ashore until the ships could be got ready to leave again. Unfortunately, the Spanish attacked early one morning and Barker and eight of his companions were killed.

• Maritime History: Barker, John
Another shipping tale tells a story about the Barker brothers and Henry Roberts. Andrew Barker and his brother, John were Bristol merchants who were engaged in trade with Spain. In 1570 their ship out of Barnstaple (Falcon mentioned above) was captured by the Spanish and the crew enslaved. In 1574, Andrew fitted out the Bristol ship, Speedwell, for a voyage from Teneriffe to the Canaries. This trip went well, but another in 1575 in the Dartmouth ship, Christopher, with the Bristol Captain Henry Roberts, (Uncle to Mary Roberts Slocombe) wasn't so lucky. The ship was seized and Roberts imprisoned. Barkers possessions in the Canaries, worth Β£1,700 were confiscated.
Barker swore to be avenged and returned home and fitted out the two ships, the Bear and the Rugged Staff and sailed for Trinidad. Here he caught up with some Spanish Ships, destroyed them, and sailed to South America where he captured a frigate containing gold and silver worth Β£500. Roberts seems to be a headstrong man and quarreled with the Captain and eventually fought a duel with him. The Rugged Staff developed bad leaks and had to be abandoned. The crew was transferred to the captured frigate. Things must have gotten pretty bad as off the coast of Honduras, William Cox and some others boarded Barker's ship. In the fight that followed both Cox and Barker were wounded. Barker and thirty others were put ashore until the ships could be got ready to leave again. Unfortunately, the Spanish attacked early one morning and Barker and eight of his companions were killed. The two ships set sail for home. The Bear, carrying the bulk of the proceeds of the booty, worth around Β£2,000, capsized. The ship and fourteen men were lost. On reaching Sicily, Cox in the remaining ship divided up what was left of the prize amongst the crew, each man getting between Β£5 and Β£7. They sailed onto Plymouth where the crew was arrested and the ringleaders sentenced to varying terms of imprisonment.

Authors Note: The ship Falcon was owned by the Chester family and this ship can be found in both ports of Plymouth, Devon, England & Bristol, England, The owners would often move the papers for the ships to different ports for registration depending upon the favorable "port taxes" of the times or reduced inspections of goods at these ports..

The child from this marriage was:

   M    i. Thomas ROBERTS .

10. Edward ap Thomas BRYAN, Clan Byamorum  (Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born about 1525 in Mardeigh, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK and was buried in Feb 1594 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK. Other names for Edward were Edward ABYAM, Edward BRIAN of Bath, Edward BYAM of Mardeigh & Bath, and Somerset.

Noted events in his life were:

• Will/Probate/Proved: of Mistress Elizabeth Slocombe (Niece), 1591, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Will of Elizabethe Slocumbe of Bristol, Written 31 March 1591, PROB 11/77

Edward married Welthian GAMAGE , daughter of Robert GAMAGE and Jane CHAMPERNON , in 1545 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK. Welthian was born about 1523 in , Glamorgan, Wales, UK.

The child from this marriage was:

   16 M    i. Reverend, Lawrence BYAM .

Edward next married Alyos BORLIN on 7 Jan 1551 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Children from this marriage were:

   F    i. Helena BRYAN was christened on 3 Jul 1556 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

   17 M    ii. Thomas BRYUN  was christened on 2 Jun 1557 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK and was buried on 13 May 1591 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   F    iii. Prudence BRYAN was christened on 6 Jun 1560 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Fourth Generation


11. Henry SLOCOMBE  (Mistress, Elizabeth verch John , Clan Byamorum3, John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 10 Jul 1546 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK  and died on 2 Sep 1579 in Wells, Somerset, England, UK  . Other names for Henry were Harry SLOCOMBE, Henry SLOCOMBE of Nettlecombe, Henry SLOCUM, Henry SLOOCUME, and Henry SLOOUME.

Noted events in his life were:

• He received a degree B.A. from Brasenose College, Oxford University from 7 Feb 1564 to 1565 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. 

• He received a degree M.A. from Brasenose College, Oxford University on 12 Jul 1567 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. 

• 29 Dec 1568, Land &/or Property: Cancellation of Bond, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.
Henry Slocombe
2) Thos. Slocombe of Bristol, draper
Cancelled bond in £200 to allow Slocombe to present to
the next vacancy at Nettlecombe.
29 Dec. 1568 (In C19 wrapper)

• Church: Church of England, Rector, 1570-1579, Nettlecombe, Somerset, England, UK. 

• Church: Prebendarie of Easton in Gordano/St. George, 1575, St. George, Easton-in-Gordano, Somerset, England.  Henry Slocombe M.A. (Easton in Gordano) 1575-?. Adm. to reside. 26 Dec. 1575 (Cal. Wells II 299). Probably to d., by 2 Sept. 1579.

Authors Note: Easton-in-Gordano/St. George, Somerset, England.  a parish in Bedminster district, Somerset; on the left side of the river Avon 5 miles WNW of Bristol. Research by Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004] All rights reserved©

• Church: Church of England, Rector, 1578, Streat with Walton, Somerset, England, UK. 

• Church: Canon of Wells Cathedral, 1578-1579, Wells, Somerset, England, UK.  Henry Slocombe
The more accomplished or competent priests in a diocese were likely to gain some advancement, the most common of which was to a prebend, thus becoming a prebendary of the cathedral; in the diocese of Bath and Wells there were more than forty prebends.. A prebend was an estate owned by the cathedral, the income from which either supported a priest or added to his income. In the Middle Ages prebendaries were also cannons of the Cathedral, but after the Reformation in England when the Church became
Protestant, only a handful of prebendaries were resident at the cathedral and retained the title 'canon'. When Henry was granted the prebend of Easton-in-Gordano in June 1574, he became a prebendary. Eighteen months later in December 1575 he was advanced again, this time to the post of canon residentiary of the Cathedral and came to live in Wells. He could now afford to pay a curate to perform his duties in his parishes. His appointment as canon was not without controversy because another of the canons, John Rugge, Archdeacon of Wells, protested about the appointment of Slocombe and William Jones as canons 'for that her majesty's letters in favor and behalf of Mr Sampson Newton to be admitted canon residentiary in the same cathedral church be not yet satisfied'. The granting of canonries was not formally in the queen's gift, but her recommendations were usually taken into account and she
recommended people she wished to reward inexpensively. The admission of Henry and Jones was upheld by the Chapter (the governing body of the cathedral, comprising the Dean and the canons residentiary, of whom the archdeacon was one), but Newton was also appointed a canon residentiary early in 1576. Soon after he was appointed, Henry was made responsible for the upkeep of the houses owned by the cathedral and then advanced to the post of master of the fabric in 1578, which made him responsible for
supervising the upkeep of the cathedral itself. Additional Slocombes Living in property owned by Well Cathedral:
On 6 Nov.1584 William and John Slocombe were granted the lease of a house in Chamberlain St., Wells for life at a rent of ten shillings per annum. Research by Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders,
Copyright [2004] All rights reserved©

• Will of Thomas Slocombe (Father) 1586 Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  Written 22 June 15?6 - Proved 02 December 1586
PROB 11/

• Will of Mistress Elizabeth Slocombe (mother) 1591 Bristol, GLS, England, UK. 18 Will of Elizabethe Slocumbe of Bristol
Written 31 March 1591, PROB 11/77

Henry married ______.

Children from this marriage were:

    M    i. John Slocombe was born about 1572.

• Will of Mistress Elizabeth Slocombe (grandmother) 1591 Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Will of Elizabethe Slocumbe of Bristol, Written 31 March 1591, PROB 11/77

• He received a degree B.A. from Brasenose College, Oxford University on 8 May 1601 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. Research by Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004] All rights reserved©

   M    ii. William SLOCOMBE was born about 1574. Another name for William was William SLOCOMBE of Wells.

• Will of Mistress Elizabeth Slocombe (grandmother) 1591 Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Will of Elizabethe Slocumbe of Bristol, Written 31 March 1591, PROB 11/77

   M    iii. Gilbert SLOCOMBE  was born in 1576 in Wells, Somerset, England, UK.  Another name for Gilbert was Gilbert SLOCUMBE of Somerset.

Noted events in his life were:

• He received a degree matriculated Christ Church, Oxford University on 6 Aug 1596 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. 

• He received a degree B.A. Christ Church, Oxford University on 20 Oct 1597 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK.  Slocumbe, Gilbert, of Somerset, canonici fil. Christ Church, matric. 6 Aug., 1596, aged 20, B.A. 20 Oct., 1597, M.A. 4 June, 1600; son of Henry.

• He received a degree M.A. Christ Church, Oxford University on 4 Jun 1600 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. 

12. Elizabeth SLOCOMBE  (Mistress, Elizabeth verch John , Clan Byamorum3, John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 2 Nov 1548 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Elizabeth married Richard LANGFORD on 21 Jun 1568 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Richard LANGFORD was buried on 11 Nov 1580 in St. Stephen's Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Elizabeth next married Thomas ROWLAND , son of ROWLAND , on 30 Nov 1581 in St. Stephen's Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Thomas was born in 1560 in St. Werburgh's, Bristol, GLS, England, UK and died about 1588. Other names for Thomas were Thomas ROWLAND Mayor, Thomas ROWLAND Alderman, and Thomas ROWLAND Merchant of Bristol.

Elizabeth next married Master, Frances JAMES . Master, Frances JAMES was buried on 31 Oct 1620 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. 

13. Bridget SLOCOMBE  (Mistress, Elizabeth verch John , Clan Byamorum3, John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 15 Apr 1551 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.

Bridget married Edward CHESTER , son of James CHESTER and Mary BROKE . Edward was born in 1550 in Almondsbury, GLS, England, UK and died about 1586. Another name for Edward was Edward CHESTER of Radforde in Westerly.

Bridget next married Thomas HOLCOMBE . Thomas was born bt 1563.

14. Jone SLOCOMBE, (2)  (Mistress, Elizabeth verch John , Clan Byamorum3, John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 2 May 1556 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK  and was buried on 11 Mar 1607 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK.  Another name for Jone was Joan SLOCOMBE.

Jone married Richard DIDMYSTER , son of Richard DIDMYSTER and Phebe , on 30 Jan 1575 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Another name for Richard is Richard DEDMINISTER.

15. John SLOCOMBE, Senior  (Mistress, Elizabeth verch John , Clan Byamorum3, John ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 10 Dec 1558 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Other names for John were Johannem SLOCOMBE Mercatorem, John SLOCOMBE Merchant of Bristol, John SLOCOMBE Draper, and John SLOCOMBE Alderman.

John married Mary ROBERTS , daughter of John "the Younger" ROBERTS and Mary CHESTER , on 21 Sep 1579 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Mary ROBERTS was christened on 6 Sep 1561 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Another name for Mary was Marie ROBERTS.

16. Reverend, Lawrence BYAM  (Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1). Another name for Lawrence is Lawrence BYAM of Luckham.

Noted events in his life were:

• He was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford University in 1566 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. "pauper scholar"...

• Church: Church of England, rector of East Luckham., 1576, East Luckham, Somerset, England, UK. 

Lawrence married Anne EWNES , daughter of Henry EWNES, of Stokegumber . Another name for Anne is Agnes YEURINGS.

Children from this marriage were:

   22 M    i. Reverend, Henry BYAM, D.D.  was christened on 31 Aug 1580 in Luccombe, SOM, England, UK ,died on 16 Jun 1669  , and was buried in 1669 in Selworthy, SOM, England, UK.

   23 M    ii. John BYAM  was born in 1583  and died in 1653  .

   24 M    iii. Reverend, Edward BYAM, Precentor of Cloyne  was born in Sep 1585 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 6 Jun 1639 in Castle Lyons, Kilwillin, , Ireland, UK.

   M    iv. William BYAM .

   25 F    v. Mary BYAM .

   26 F    vi. Christian BYAM .

17. Thomas BRYUN  (Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 2 Jun 1557 in St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, GLS, England, UK and was buried on 13 May 1591 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK. Other names for Thomas were Thomas BRIAN, Thomas BRYAN, Thomas BRYUN, and Thomas BYAM of Bath.

Noted events in his life were:

• Will/Probate/Proved: of Mistress Elizabeth Slocombe (cousin), 1591, Bristol, GLS, England, UK. Will of Elizabethe Slocumbe of Bristol, Written 31 March 1591, PROB 11/77

Thomas married Mary DAVIS on 19 Nov 1576 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

Children from this marriage were:

   M    i. John BYAM, (1) was christened on 5 Aug 1577 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 7 Oct 1582 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   F    ii. Alice BYAM was christened on 6 Aug 1580 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   M    iii. John BYAM, (2) was christened on 19 Oct 1583 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   F    iv. Mary BYAM was christened on 28 Mar 1585 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   M    v. Davis BYAM was christened on 3 Mar 1587 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK. Other names for Davis were David BYAM, and Davy BYAM.

Fifth Generation


22. Reverend, Henry BYAM, D.D.  (Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 31 Aug 1580 in Luccombe, SOM, England, UK,died on 16 Jun 1669  , and was buried in 1669 in Selworthy, SOM, England, UK.  Another name for Henry was Henry BYAM of Selworthie.

Noted events in his life were:

• He was educated at Exeter College & Christ Church, Oxford University from 1597 to 1612 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. 

• Church: Church of England, 1614-1660, , Somerset, England, UK.  Byam, Henry, s. Laurence, of East Luckham, Somerset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 Jan., 15797-8, aged 17; B.A. from Christ Church 30 June, 1602, M.A. 9 June, 1605, B.D. 9 July, 1612, created D.D. 31 Jan, 1642-3, royalist divine, rector of East Luckham 1614, and Selworthy 1618, until sequestered in 1647, canon of Exeter 1632, and of Wells 1660, died 16 Jun, 1669, buried at East Luckham.

• He received a degree Doctor of Divinity on 31 Jan 1642 in , Somerset, England, UK.

• History: Reverend Henry Byam sequestered, 1656, , Somerset, England, UK. 

• Church: Prebendarie of Compton Dundon, 1660-1669, , , England, UK.

Henry married Susan FLEETE , daughter of William FLEETE .

Children from this marriage were:

   M    i. Henry BYAM .

Noted events in his life were:

• He was educated at Lincoln College & Christ Church, Oxford University in 1637-1648 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK.  Byam, Henry s. Henry, of Luckham, Somerset, sacerd. Linclon Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1637, aged 16; student of Christ Church 1638, B.A. 25 June, 1641, expelled 1648 by the parliamentary visitors.

• He was educated at Christ Church College, Oxford University, expelled by the parliamentary visitors: in 1648 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK.

   M    ii. Francis BYAM .

   M    iii. William BYAM  was born in 1615 in Selworthy, SOM, England, UK.

   F    iv. Suzan BYAM .

   F    v. Mary BYAM .

23. John BYAM  (Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in 1583 and died in 1653 .

Noted events in his life were:

• He was educated at Exeter College, Oxford University in 1599-1606 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK. Byam, John (2s. Laurence, of East Luckham, of Somerset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Oct. 1599, aged 16; B.A. 30 June, 1603, M.A. 25 May, 1606, rector of Clatworthy, Somerset, 1616, sequestered, and vicar of Dulverton 1624, died in 1653.

• Church: Church of England, 1606-1653, , Somerset, England, UK. Rector of Clatworthy, Somerset, 1616, sequestered, and vicar of Dulverton 1624, died in 1653.

• History: Reverend John Byam sequestered & imprisoned for royalist correspondence., , Somerset, England, UK.

24. Reverend, Edward BYAM, Precentor of Cloyne  (Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was born in Sep 1585 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 6 Jun 1639 in Castle Lyons, Kilwillin, , Ireland, UK. 100

Noted events in his life were:

• He was educated at Exeter College & Magdalen College, Oxford University from 1600 to 1610 in Oxford, OXF, England, UK.  Byam, Edward, of Somerset, "cler. fil" Exeter Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1600, aged 16; demy Magdalen Coll. 1601-1610, B.A. 12 Dec., 1604, M.A. 8 July 1607 (son of Laurence, of East Luckham, Somerset), vicar of Dulverton, Somerset, 1612-25, precentor of Cloyne 1637, and vicar of Castle Lyons, canon of Lismore 1639, died at Kilwillin in Ireland 6 June, 1639.

• Church: Church of England, 1612-1639, , , England, UK.  Byam, Edward, of Somerset, "cler. fil" ..., vicar of Dulverton, Somerset, 1612-25, precentor of Cloyne 1637, and vicar of Castle Lyons, canon of Lismore 1639, died at Kilwillin in Ireland 6 June, 1639.

Edward married Elizabeth EAGLESFIELD , daughter of Reverand,Anthony EAGLESFIELD.

Noted events in her life were:

• Church History: 1642, , , England, UK. Elizabeth Byam widow among the despoiled and impoverished protestants of 1642.

Children from this marriage were:

   F    i. Alice BYAM was christened on 23 Dec 1602 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   27 M    ii. Anthony BYAM was christened on 28 Oct 1604 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   28 M    iii. Edward BYAM was christened on 2 Nov 1606 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   M    iv. William BYAM was christened on 17 Dec 1608 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK and was buried on 24 Dec 1608 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

   F    v. Agnes BYAM was christened on 2 Dec 1609 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

25. Mary BYAM  (Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1).

Mary married Francis PEIRSE .

26. Christian BYAM  (Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1).

Christian married Giles SWEETINGE .

Sixth Generation


27. Anthony BYAM (Edward Precentor of Cloyne (Reverand)5, Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 28 Oct 1604 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

Anthony married Jone BRAY on 1 Jul 1636 in St. Giles, Oxford, OXF, England, UK.

28. Edward BYAM (Edward Precentor of Cloyne (Reverand)5, Lawrence (Reverand)4, Edward ap Thomas Clan Byamorum3, Thomas ap Levan Clan Byamorum2, Levan ap Jenkin Clan Byamorum1) was christened on 2 Nov 1606 in Abbey Bath, Bath, SOM, England, UK.

Edward married Elizabeth EAGLESFIELD . Another name for Elizabeth is Elizabeth EAGLESFIELD.

Children from this marriage were:

   F    i. Sarah BYAM was born about 1617 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK.

Sarah married MARLEY .

   M    ii. Lawrence BYAM was born about 1619 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK.

   F    iii. Margaret BYAM was born about 1621 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK.

   M    iv. William BYAM  was christened on 9 Mar 1623 in Luccombe, SOM, England, UK and died in Dec 1670 in Antigua, , Canarias, ESP. Another name for William was Lieutenant & General William BYAM Governor of Surinam & Antigua.

William married Dorothy KNOLLYS , daughter of Francis KNOLLYS and Alice BEECHER , in 1651 in Barbados Island. Dorothy KNOLLYS was christened on 21 Oct 1633 in Stanford, Berkshire, England, UK.

   F    v. Elizabeth BYAM was born about 1625 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK.

Elizabeth married KINGSMILL .

   M    vi. John BYAM was christened in 1627 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK and died about 1644.

   F    vii. Joan BYAM was born about 1629 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK.

Joan married MILLS .

   M    viii. Henry BYAM was born about 1631 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK and died about 1641 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK.

   F    ix. Anna BYAM was christened about 1633 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK and died after 1669.

   M    x. Barry BYAM was born about 1631 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK and died about 1641.

   M    xi. Arthur BYAM was born about 1637 in Cloyne, Cork, Ireland, UK and died about 1641.


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