Rev William PASFIELD 
- Marriage (1): Margaret 
Many of these Pasfield placements are uncertain or conjectural, based on documents searched by Forrest King from the ERO 2016.
Indictments of Stephen Beckingham of Tolleshunt Darcy, genleman, for assaulting William pasfeld, vicar of the same, in the parish church of the same, and striking him with his right hand; and for saying these obbrobrious worde to him while he was celebrating Divine service in the aid parish church on the same day, being Sunday, "Thou art a dance and a bould dunce I will make the neyther parson nor vycar here but I will not call the knave", and so distrubing him in calebrating Divine Service as aoresaid. Found true bill; endorsed; Stephen Clarke, Henry Bullen, Philip Whight and Robert Horrodde, Witnesses.
4 Nov 1599.
Ref: 82. ERO Q/SR 148/100, 101 (F.King)
Writ, similarly witnessed, to make Stephen beckingham, gentleman, take sufficient sureties for his good behaviour towards William Pasfeild, clerk, who has bought security against him on account of divers doscords between them, before this time. Endorsed, Thomas logge.
23 Nov 1599
Ref: 67. ERO Q/SR 148/15 (F.King)
Certificate from William Pasfield, clerk, and Thomas Wallinge, gentleman, reciting that whereas at the last Quarter Sesions the dispute pending between Richard Browne and hugh Barker of Chelmsford, and their wives, was referred to them to determine and certify the next sessions, since that time they have taken what pains lay in them, with the sid and assistance of come other principal neighbours, for the better avoiding of scandals, and yet they can draw them to no unity and peace, the said Barker being altogether defective therein and refusing to stand to their order.
Subscribed that the variance between the said parties is referred to Sir Thomas Mildmaye, knt., Sir Thomas Mildmaye of Barnes, knt., and Humphrey Mildmaye, esq., to hear and determine, and they are to certify those persons as they shall find to be wilfully of obstinately contentious as aforesaid.
7 Jan 1608
Ref: 47. ERO Q/SR 182/35 (F.King)
Willaim Pasfield, of Chelmsford,clerk (R.of Chelmsford 1604- 1623) and Margaret, his wife.
Thomas Lock, of Gray's Inn, Councillor at law, and James Lock, his s.&h.
A field, sometime 2 parcels, called
Gt.and Lit.Oxney' (8 ac.) in the hamlet of Moulsham, Chelmsford
26 Sep 1612
Ref: 25. ERO D/DHt T59/2 (F.King)
Recognizances of Robert Garrad yeoman, William Pasfield clerk and Thomas Standish knacker, all of Chelmsford; Garrad to keep the peace towards George Graie and Agnes his wife.
18 May 1621
Ref: 36. ERO Q/SR 233/42 (F.King)
William married Margaret  [MRIN: 8769].