Sunday, April 18, 2010

19488 Cary-Fulkerham

19488. Robert Cary & 19489. Margaret Fulkeram 

1460, Robert born in Devon, England, heir & s/o 92336. William Cary & 38977. Elizabeth Paulet.
Robert married 1st Jane Carew, d/o 475348. Nicholas Carew.
Robert married 2nd Agnes Hody, d/o William, Baron of the Exchequer, of Pilesdon in Devon.
Bef. 1486, William de Pudyngton, attorney for the king. v. Robert Cary: Land in Puddington, Heghampton, Haggewell and elsewhere.: Devon, Cornwall.
1486–1493, “Robert Cary, esquire, son and heir to William Cary, knight, son and heir to Cristian Portman. v. John Porter, executor of John Portman, executor of the said Cristian.: Detention of deeds relating to lands of the said Cristian, viz. the manor of Orchard.”
~1488, Robert married Margaret Fulkeram in Bristol.
1495, Feoffment and Grant of advowson John Sapcote, Amias Paulet, knights, Robert Cary, …
1504-1515, Robert Brandon, knight, and Katherine, his wife, late the wife of John Carewe, and Jane and Elizabeth Carewe, her daughters. v. Robert Cary and John Gilbert, feoffees to uses.
1515–1518, Robert Cary, esquire, … others, feoffees to the use of the parish church of Axmouth.
1516, Robert Cary of Cockington, esq., and William Kendall. demandants.
1526, Robert Cary of Cockington, esq., and William Kendall querants.
Bef. 1529, Robert Cary, esquire, and Margery, his wife. v. Simon [Rede], abbot of Torre.
1529, John Gilbert, esq., …, esq., Robert Cary., of Cockington, esq., and William Kendall …
1532–1538, John, son and heir of Robert Cary, esquire. v. Margery Cary, stepmother of complainant, and Thomas, William, Robert and Gregory Cary, her sons…
1534, Deed to lead the Uses of a feoffment, dated 12 April 1534. Robert Cary, Senior of Cokengton, Esq.
1538, John Wyke of Bindon in 1439 (930, etc.) a descendant of whom, Robert Wyke, sold it to Robert Cary of Clovelly for £93 in 1538, in whose family it remained till 1620. (S) UKNA, Somerset, Coker Court.
Bef. 1539, John Cary vs. Robert Cary and Margaret Cary …
6/15/1540, Robert died in England. His tomb is in Little Clovelly Church in co. Devon. Inscription: “Pray for the sowle of Sir Robert Cary, Ewquire, sonne and heyer of Sir Wm. Cary, Knyghte.”
1540–1547, Margery Cary, widow, vs John Cary.
Margery married John Herle.
Margaret died.
1544–1551, Nicholas, son and heir of John Herle, v. Robert Cary, son of Margaret, late the wife of the said John, and Anne Wekes her daughter, her executors.
(S) UKNA. (S) 1564 Visitation of Devon – “Cary”.
[Note: Devon, Somerset, and Cornwall are all conjoined in Southwest England.]

Children of Robert and ?:

i. John Cary, born ~1485 in England.
1532-1538, Thomas and William Cary, gentlemen. v. John Cary, elder brother of complainants.: Action on a surety bond given to John Olde for the debt of defendant to Roger Browne, citizen and mercer of London. (S) UK Natl. Archives.
Bef. 1539, John Cary vs. Robert Cary and Margaret Cary …
1540–1547, Margery Cary, widow, vs John Cary.
1544–1551, John Cary, esquire, v. Robert Cary.: Messuages and land in Highampton, Halwill, West Wonford, Sheepwash, and Clovelly, late of Robert Cary, deceased, father of both parties.

Children of Robert and Margaret:

ii. Thomas Cary, born ~1490.
1532-1538, Thomas – see John.

iii. William Cary (9744), born 1492 in England.
1533–1538, “John Davy. v. William, son of Robert Cary, esquire.: Tenement in the said Robert's manor of Lodford.: Devon.” (S) UKNA.

iv. Robert Cary, born ~1494 in England.
Robert married Margaret Milliton.
1535, Robert, son of Robert Cary, Esq., held 21 July 27 Henry VIII.
1544–1551, John Cary, esquire, v. Robert Cary.: Messuages and land in Highampton, Halwill, West Wonford, Sheepwash, and Clovelly, late of Robert Cary, deceased, father of both parties.
4/1/1586, Robert died; buried in Clovelly.

v. Gregory Cary, born ~1496 in England.
1532–1538, John, son and heir of Robert Cary, esquire. v. Margery Cary, stepmother of complainant, and Thomas, William, Robert and Gregory Cary, her sons…

vi. Ann Cary, born ~1498.
Ann married ? Wekes. [A “Roger Wekes” will was probated at Cockington 4/15/1558.]

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