Richard EAME baptised in Brixham, South Devon, connects to CHAMPION & GIBBONS.
I am surprised to be the first on this site to post the name EAME/s.
I have searched the (transcribed) parish registers which are on line for Brixham St. Mary's, and I have found this to be a huge family in the area.
You can find the transcriptions at Genuki and a second set,(including Churston Ferrers,)by different researchers in Australia who have gifted their work to the Brixham Heritage Museum.
Searching the record transcriptions I have found EMM,EME,EAM,EAME,and all sometimes have an "S" attached, or not! Theses variations do not surprise me as I have found similar number of variations for every name I have ever researched. When I consider that the vicar might be in a hurry or tired, perhaps deaf or maybe even a little inebriated, and the people giving the information would be nervous, may also be the worse for a drink and probably had a strong country accent.......(Perm any 3 from 5!)
Richard (? son of George,son of Walter ?) married Elinor Champin (sic) at Brixham in 1654/5 and their son Richard had several children with Mary but I haven't found the marriage yet!
Richard and Mary's daughter Eleanor married John Gibbens in 1717.