The most recent instance mentioned by Brand was at kingston-upon-thames, in 1745.
Thus in kingston-upon-thames, the proceeds of the church-ale in 1526 are entered as 7l.
Richard Scurrier was the son of a blacksmith of the same name, at kingston-upon-thames.
He afterwards went to a private school in London, and in 1712 to the grammar school at kingston-upon-thames.
He therefore ordered his fleet to await him in the Mersey, and marched as far as kingston-upon-thames.
The boy was found a few years afterwards, at kingston-upon-thames, apprenticed to a chimney sweeper.