Birthabt 1590, London, England
St.Benet's church is located at Paul's Wharf on Upper Thames Street on the site of an earlier 12th century church which was destroyed during the Great Fire of London. The later church, built by Wren, was opened in 1683. In 1879 the parish was united with that of St.Nicholas, Cole Abbey and St.Benet's because the church was due to be demolished. However, it became the London Church of the Welsh Episcopalians and now goes under the grand title of the Welsh Church within the Church of England, London Diocese. The church has survived but the services are now held entirely in Welsh.
Elizabeth's brother Reginald was a merchant in London in his early 20's. This is pure conjecture, but investigate the possibility that on a visit to his home, she met her future husband William Faulkner, ("citizen and draper (merchant) of London" - quote from her father's will). Is it possible that Reginald introduced Elizabeth to William?
Birth1592, East Suffolk, Kent, England