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Neither the poet nor his father, however, ever wrote or pronounced their name as Mitton. They rather tended the other way; for, on more than one occasion, the elder, at least, is addressed as Melton. Nor, as far back as we can go, do we find the names Milton and Mitton interchangeable. Milton, as we now write it, wras a distinct English surname early in the fourteenth century. A William de Milton was one of a list of persons to whom, in 1338, letters of protection were granted prior to their going abroad in the retinue of Queen Philippa, the wife of Edward III;2 and other Miltons of somewhat later date are to be heard of in different parts of England, quite independent of the contemporary Mittons.
Milton, who was a scrivener living at the Spread-Eagle in the said street, was a native of Halton in Oxfordshire. . His grandfather Milton, whose Christian name was John, as ho [Wood9s chief informant, i. e. Aubrey] thinks, was an under-ranker or keeper of the Forest of Shotover near to the said town of Halton, but descended from those of his name who had lived beyond all record at Milton near Halton and Thame in Oxfordshire. " 1 This explanation of the sketch, (1815), it is given there incorrectly, which seems to me the most prohablo, without any indication of the additions was suggested to me by Mr.
Each county," says Mr. Hunter, "is treated apart; and in the Rolls for Oxfordshire of the 43rd of Elizabeth (1601) we find the name of Richard Milton 1 Milton Gleanings, pp. 1舒1(1. of Stanton St. ţ60 for three months of non-attendance at his parish-church, reckoning from the 6th of December 1600舒this being in accordance with a law against Recusancy of the 23rd of Elizabeth, which fixed the penalty for non-attendance on the established worship at ţ20 a month. " As this Richard Milton is the only person of the name of Milton in all Oxfordshire that appears in the Subsidy-Rolls of 1577, so he is the only person of the name in all Oxfordshire that appears in these Recusant Rolls.