Mr. ___ Mead

M, b. circa 1560
     The Mead family originally the ancient "de Prato" family of Normandy, where as early as 1180 - 1185 records show the name de Prato. The name appeared several times over the next two centuries, but by the reign of Henry VI the name had become Mead. During the time records show the family moving from Sommersetshire to County Essex. The family possessed various properities, some by inheritance and was important in several other counties.

Mr. ___ Mead married his wife circa 1586 at England. He and ___ were blessed with at least 3 children.


___ (?) b. c 1555