http://www.jadwin.net/genealogy/jadfam.htm web site has her name as Elizabeth Wright, I presume in error. Marguerite Dunscomb, in correspondence with me dated Jan. 24, 2010, stated her niece visited St. Mary Aldermary and saw the 12/8/1585 marriage of William Rodway and Elizabeth Sawnders.
Will of Elizabeth:
Henry F. Waters, Genealogical Gleanings in England. 2 vol (Genealogical Publishing Company. 1969. Baltimore, MD), Historical Society of Delaware, 500 Market St., Wilmington DE 19801, CS411.W39. "The Will of Elizabeth Jadwin. Elizabeth Jadwin, of the parish of St. Mary Newington, Surrey, widow, 18 January 1637, proved 4 March 1638. I give to John Jadwin, the son of Robert Jadwin, a silver gilt wine cup. I give to my sister Sibill Wright my best apron and a gold ring with a sand colour stone in it. I give to my grandchild Jadwin Dunscombe, twenty nobles of lawful money of England to make up the proportion of marks given to him by his grandfather the sum of twenty pounds. I will and bequeath unto my goddaughter Elizabeth, the daughter of William Sharrowe, a wainscot chest and all that is in it and likewise a silver gilt tankard, and unto Susanna, the other daughter, a man candlestick and six plate trenchers, and likewise I give to her a silver gilt wine cup and that which is in it. I give and bequeath unto John Malthus and his wife, to each of them twenty shillings for rings and to his wife my best ruff. To my servant Mary Stephenson forty shillings and two smock and two aprons. To Joane Curryen, the servant of my sister Sibill Wright, one smock and one flaxen apron. To my son in law Robert Jadwin three towels and one dozen napkins and one table cloth. I do forgive and release unto my son in law Thomas Dunscombe and to my daughter Hannah his wife all such sum and sums of money, debts, duties and demands whatsoever which they or either of them do owe unto me by any ways or means howsoever, whether as being executrix to my late deceased husband Thomas Jadwin or otherwise howsoever. I give to my daughter Hannah Dunscombe half my household stuff. The rest and residue I give and bequeath to my daughter Susanna the wife of William Sharrowe and I do will and ordain likewise William Sharrowe and his wife full joint coexecutors of this my last will and testament, willing them to see my debts be paid. I likewise give twenty shillings more to Mary Stephenson to make up the forth shillings before thee pounds. I give one pair of sheets to my son in law Robert Jadwin. I give to my kinswoman Dorothy Cooke twenty shillings. I bequeath twenty shillings to my cousin Thomas Sherly for a ring." (COMMENT (Henry F. Waters):Mrs. Elizabeth Jadwyn was evidently a second wife of Thomas Jadwyn and step-mother of Robert Jadwin, whose son John I suppose it to have been who patented 650 acres of land on the south side of Rappahannoc River, Virginia, 13 Nov. 1658.
Elizabeth is mentioned in the will of one Cicely Hill of London, widow, August 7, 1621, proved September 14, 1621: "I give to Elizabeth Jadwin the wife of the aforesaid Thomas Jadwyn, ten shillings."