- Marriage (1): William Dymes
- Buried: 31 Mar 1664, Saint Mary, Guildford
1661/2 Gave 1 shilling to the free and voluntary present to Charles II.
1662/4 Paid hearth tax on 2 hearths in her house in St. Mary's. She had 5 hearths in her vacant house.
Will - She leaves the messuages (dwelling and adjacent land and buildings) lately purchased from Thomas Constable late of Guildford to her son and daughter, William and Sarah, equally. She notes the £40 left by her husband to his son Thomas, who has not yet been paid as he is under 21. She leaves to Thomas the basin and ewer ( a wide mouthed pitcher for holding water particulary near the toilet) in her chamber. To Elizabeth Brinkwell, wife of Edward, butcher, the gold ring which was her mothers. To Mary Kitchen, her sister, her best serge suit and enough money to bring up her daughter to the age of 16. To her servant John Oades, 10 shillings. The residue to be divided between William and Sarah. Executors - John Kitchen of Guildford, brother in law and Thomas Passenger of Guildford, clothier and kinsman.
Margaret married William Dymes, son of William Dymes and Elizabeth. (William Dymes was born in 1608 in Guildford, Surrey, England, christened on 31 Jul 1608 in Saint Mary, Guildford and was buried on 22 Oct 1658.)