This is the last entertainment record from Wallingford. Queen Henrietta Maria was in town during 1636–7. That same year Sir Robert Knollys, possibly a grandson of Sir Francis Knollys (1512–96), vice-chamberlain of Queen Elizabeth's household and privy councillor whose many sons were members of parliament, was also there 'at the traynninge and for a preacher' (BRO: W/FAB 1, f 95v).
Record title: Bailiffs' Accounts
Shelfmark: W/FAB 3
Repository location: Reading
1621–2; English; paper; single sheet; 325mm x 215mm; unnumbered; some fraying at edges, otherwise in good condition. Originally part of W/FAB 1.