Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Bond 9744 & 9745

9744. Lord William Cary & 9745. Joan Herle {Bond}


1492, William born in England, s/o 19488. Robert Cary & 19489. Margaret Fulkeram.
Aft. 1516, William married 2nd Agnes ?.
6/9/1529, “Indenture of lease for 50 years … church wardens of St.Thomas Church 2. William Cary, draper, and Agnes his wife Property: garden near St.Thomas Street, recently held by William Cary, cardmaker, decd., near land of the Priory of St.James Rent: 40d. [16½p] p.a.”
1532, William, Sheriff of Bristol in Somerset.
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.”
1546, William, Lord Mayor of Bristol.
1559, Agnes died.
William, Keeper of the Black Hall, Bristol. (S) Bristol Co. Records, Mayors & Sheriffs.
William married a servant who had his son “Richard”, who was much younger than his other children.
4/2/1571, William wrote his will: “my body to be buried in the crowde of St. Nicholas according to the religious custom of Christmas …”.
3/28/1572, William Cary, Knt.; died in Bristol, England.
6/10/1572, William’s will proved.
(S) Some Prominent Virginia Families, Bellet, 1907, P59. (S) UKNA

Children of William and Joan:

i. Richard Cary (4872), born 1515 in England.

ii. William Cary, born ~1516.
William of London.
2/4/1582, “1. Thomas Lucas of London gent. 2. John Browne, …, William Cary draper, Thomas Griffith draper John Browne the younger merchant. Consideration: £30. Messuage in Baldwin Street (Abuttals).” (S) UKNA.

Children of William and Agnes:

i. Agnes Cary, born ~1525.
1543, Agnes married Humphrey Cooper.
1/8/1569, Quitclaim: “Humphrey Cooper, son and heir of Richard Cooper of Ticehurst, deceased, to John Roberth of Ticehurst, gent, … His right in the messuages, lands and tenements at Flimwell in Ticehurst and Goudhurst.” (S) UKNA.

ii. Anne Cary, born ?.
Anne married William Lacy.
1582-83, “Somerset: West Harptree Inquisition as to arrears of rent of the rectory and church, late of Keynsham Abbey, leased to William Lacy.” (S) UKNA.

Child of William and ?:

iii. Richard Cary “the younger”, born ? in England.
1569, Richard died without any descendents.

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