Friday, May 30, 2014

Bond 32774 Vivian-Treaster

32774. John Vivian & 32775. Olive Treaster

~1524, John Vyvyan born in Trenouth, Cornwall, England, heir & s/o 65548. Richard Vyvyon & 65549. Elizabeth ?.
7/29/1546, at St. Columb Major, John Vivian married Ollyffe, daughter and heiress of Treaster, of St. Wenn.
1/28/1547, Edward VI succeeded Henry VIII as King of England.
9/18/1549, John’s father, Richard, wrote his will, naming John as executor.
Bef. 1/10/1550, John’s father died.
Aft. 1550, John Vyvyan v. Reginald Tretherf: recognisance. (S) UKNA, C 4/23/176.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
1553-55, Plaintiffs: Peter Marten of Helston. Defendants: John Vyvyan, esquire. Subject: Tin works, `knack mylnes' and blowing and grinding mills for tin in Wendron (Seynt Guendon) pledged to defendant as surety for a debt since paid. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/1370/31.
1556-58, Plaintiffs: John Vyvyan of Trenoweth (in St Columb Major), son and heir of Richard Vyvyan. Defendants: Sampson Hick and Michael Rous. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to messuages and land at Gluvian in St Columb Major (Glyvyan Vargh by Tounflore). Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/1479/54-57.
1558-79, Plaintiffs: John Vyvyan. Defendants: John Rychardes. Subject: land called Polglase, Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 3/184/98.
1558-79, Plaintiffs: John Vivian. Defendants: Edmund Robins and Margaret Robins his wife. Subject: personal estate of the deceased William Vivian of [St Austell], Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 3/185/38.
1558-79, Plaintiffs: George Syngleton. Defendants: John Vyvyan. Subject: property in Bodmin, Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 3/159/44.
1/15/1559, Queen Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I of England.
4/8/1571, Parties: 1) Edward Penwerne, Stoke, Cornwall, yeoman 2) John Vivian of Trenoweth, gentleman. Includes lands in Trevilgus alias Trevilges in parochia de St Tesye alias dicti Egles Croke … also in Harlin in Costenton in St Meren. 1)'s attorneys to deliver seisin Thomas Tyfferde and John Potter, Trevilgus alias Trevilges. Witnessed: Richard Vivian, … Feoffment £30. (S) Cornwall Records, X322/1.
2/24/1581, John’s mother died.
1584, John’s house within a park on John Norden’s map of Cornwall. (S) National Heritage List.
6/4/1587, John Vivian of Trenowe wrote his will: “… I give unto Oliffe my wife one hundred poundes and thirtie poundes yerelie to be paied unto her. Item I give unto John Vivian my Sonne one hundred poundes and tenne poundes in Landes. Item I give unto Pascawe Vivian my Sonne one hundred poundes and tenne poundes in Landes. Item I give unto Johane Vivian my daughter one hundred markes. Item I give unto Emlin my Daughter one hundred markes. The reste of all my goodes and Landes I give unto Thomas Vivian my sonne whome I make my Executor …” (S) UKNA, PROB 11/75/101.
1588-89, John Vevion  of Trelowarren died; buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
2/1589, John’s will probated, Ollyffe  named in the probate.
8/21/1597, “Ollyffe Vivian” buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall; widow of John Vivian.
(S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall, Arthur Jewers, 1881, P146. (S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall. (S) Visitations of Cornwall, Vivian, 1887, P533.
Children of John and Alice:
i. Thomas Vivian, born ~1547 in Trenowth, Cornwall, England. [Heir]
6/18/1578, Thomas Vivian married Anne Lure, d/o Peter Lower of Truro.
1589, Thomas overseer of the will of James Vivian of Newlyn.
5/18/1617, Thomas buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
3/22/1635, Anne buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
i. Pascaux Vivian, born ~1549 in Trenowth, Cornwall, England.
6/4/1587, Pascowe named in his father’s will.
1589, Pascowe co-executor of the will of James Vivian of Newlyn.
8/6/1634, Pascowe buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
i. John Vivian, baptized 3/10/1551 in Trenowth, Cornwall, England.
6/4/1587, John named in his father’s will.
1589, John co-executor of the will of James Vivian of Newlyn.
1593, Plaintiffs: Degory Canne. Defendants: John Vivian. Subject: money matters, Cornwall.
1/29/1603, John died. [2 daughters, Olive and Honor]
i. Jane Vivian (16387), born ~1555 in Trenowth, Cornwall, England.
i. Emline Vivian, born ~1556 in Trenowth, Cornwall, England.
6/4/1587, Emline named in her father’s will.
Emiline married John Marke of Liskeard.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Bond 32772 Carter-Newman

32772. James Carter & 32773. Honor Newman

~1530, James born in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England, s/o §Richard Carter.
~1530, Honor born in Trafford, Cornwall, England, coheir & d/o §John Newman.
2/29/1573, James Carter buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall. (S) Cornwall OPC.
 (S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall, Arthur Jewers, 1881, P146. (S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall. (S) Visitations of Cornwall, Vivian, 1887, P78.
Family notes:
·         8/4/1581, James’ younger brother Richard died.
Children of James and Honor:
i. John Carter (16386), born 1552 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
11/27/1578, John Carter, age 26, exector of his uncle Richard Carter of St. Columb Minor. (S) UKNA, PROB 11/65/74.
ii. Catherine Carter, born ~1555 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
Catherine married 1st John Brabyn, gent. [multiple children.]
Catherine married 2nd James Jenkyn, gent. of Trekinning. [1 son Peter, 1 daughter Honour]
8/27/1620, Katherine buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.

Bond 32770 Fountaine-Carswell

32770. William Fountayne & 32771. Mary Carswell

1537, William born in East Bawcombe, Devon, England, heir & s/o 65540. Hugh Fountaine & 65541. Margery Sture.
~1540, Marie born in Peter Tavy, Tavistock, Devon, England, d/o §John Carswell & Wilmot ?.
1/28/1547, Edward VI succeeded Henry VIII as King of England.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
1558, Plaintiffs: Humphrey Boneville, gentleman. Defendants: William, son of Hugh Fountayn of Ugborough, gentleman. Subject: Right of way from a messuage, mill and land of complainant in Ivybridge to Ermington church. Devon. (S) UKNA, C 1/1406/59-62.
1558, William’s father died.
1/15/1559, Queen Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I of England.
1564, Visitation of Devon conducted in which family history is documented.
12/15/1585, William buried at Ughborough, Devon.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
2/6/1610, Marie buried at Ughborough, Devon.
(S) Visitations of the County of Devon, Fountayne of Bawcombe, P368. (S) 1564 Visitation of Devon, P103.
Family notes:
·         There are multiple persons named “John Carswell” in Devon during this time period. Which one is the father of Mary is not identifiable. Examples: [Reign of Queen Elizabeth] A messuage and tenement in the parish of Tavistock, held under a lease thereof, granted to plaintiff by John Carswell and Wilmot his wife. (S) Calendars of the Proceedings in Chancery, V2, 1830, P287. [1551-53] Plaintiffs: John CARSWELL of Tavistock. … Subject: Detention of deeds relating to a tenement in Hockford (in Hockworthy). Devon. (S) UKNA, C 1/1294/4. [4/1544-4/1545] IPM of John Carswell of Devon. (S) UKNA, C 142/71/185.
Children of Hugh and Mary:
i. Hugh Fountaine, baptized 10/25/1561 at Ughborough, Devon, England.
11/1597-11/1598, William Spealt v. Hugh Fountayne: Close, lying at Blowdon, in Ugboro' parish; whether parcel of the late chantry of Kalender lands of Ugboro' (Devon). Touching also the mansion house of East Bawcomb, in Ugboro'; whether land called Blowdon, East Bawcomb,and other lands in Ugboro' were all held together as the inheritance of Wm. Fountayn (father of defendant).: Devon. (S) UKNA, E 134/40Eliz/East16.
1603-25, Plaintiffs: Hugh Fountayne natural brother of William Fountayne. Defendants: Thomas Williams and William Huckmore. Subject: messuage and lands in the manor of Ogborough and Torpeake, Devon. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/F2.53.
1613, Plaintiffs: Hugh Fountayne. Defendants: Richard Thuell and others. Subject: property in Gidleigh and Throwleigh, Devon. (S) UKNA, C 3/269/34.
By 1625, Hugh died.
By 1625, Plaintiffs: Joan Bond, widow. Defendants: John Bond, John Furlong, John Sexton alias John Reynolds, Margaret Poulson, widow, Thomas Cleeve and [unknown] Cleeve his wife. Subject: Buckler in Tavistock, Devon, descended to defendants as coheirs of Hugh Fountain. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/B14/16.
i. Mary Fountaine, baptized 10/8/1564 at Ughborough, Devon, England.
i. Margaret Fountaine (16385), born ~1566 in Ugborough, Devon, England.
i. William Fountaine, baptized 4/12/1569 at Ughborough, Devon, England.
William in service of the Royal Household.
1601, Certificate of residence showing William Fountain to be liable for taxation in Devon, and not in the Royal Household, the previous area of tax liability. (S) UKNA, E 115/156/72.
1602, Certificate of residence showing William Fountain to be liable for taxation in Devon. (S) UKNA, E 115/155/108.
1603, Certificate of residence showing William Fountain to be liable for taxation in Devon. (S) UKNA, E 115/156/72.
William served in a military capacity for King James.
1606, Certificate of residence showing William Fountain to be liable for taxation in Devon, and not in [London], the previous area of tax liability. (S) UKNA, E 115/149/68.
1607, Certificate of residence showing William Fountain to be liable for taxation in Devon, and not in the Royal Household, the previous area of tax liability. (S) UKNA, E 115/156/126.
1610, Certificate of residence showing William Fountain to be liable for taxation in Devon, and not in the Royal Household, the previous area of tax liability. (S) UKNA, E 115/155/67.
4/6/1616, William Fountaine of Ivybridge, Devon, wrote his will. (S) UKNA, PROB 11/127/336.
Bef. 1625, William died before his brother Hugh.
i. Elizabeth Fountaine, born aft. 1569 at Ughborough, Devon, England.
Elizabeth married Christopher Furlong of Tamerton.
Elizabeth a coheir of her brother Hugh.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Bond 32768 Bond-FitzFord

32768. William Bond & 32769. Katherine fitz Ford

1530, William born in Earth by Saltash, Cornwall, England, s/o 65536. Richard Bonde & 65537. Elizabeth Coriton.
~1536, Katherine born in Fitz-Ford, Tavistock, Devon, England, d/o 65538. John Fitz & 65539. Agnes Grenville.
1/28/1547, Edward VI succeeded Henry VIII as King of England.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
12/4/1553, William’s father buried. (S) Heraldic Church Notes From Cornwall.
1559, Katherine’s father died; her elder brother John succeeding.
1/27/1556, William married Katherine in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
1556-1558, Plaintiff: William Bonde Defendant: William Blighe, William Vyncent, John Bate and Joan his wife, Anthony Foxe, John Foxe, William Adecott, and John Jago Place Or Subject: Assault on plaintiff in Poundstock church, abduction of his bride, false imprisonment, &c. County: Cornwall. (S) UKNA, STAC 4/9/38.
11/17/1558, Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I as Queen of England. [Both daughters of King Henry VIII.]
1558-76, Plaintiffs: John Kempthorn. Defendants: William Bond . Subject: property in Moorwinstow [Morwenstow], Cornwall. Document type: [pleadings]. (S) UKNA. C 3/105/33.
1558-76, Plaintiffs: John Randall, Thomasine Randall his wifeand others. Defendants: William Bonde. Subject: property in Tavistock, Devon. (S) UKNA, C 3/156/71.
1/20/1572, Parties: (1) William Bonde of Erth in St Stephen-by-Saltash, esquire to (2) Johan, wife of Robert Harte. Lease for life of lessee; rent 17 shillings and 4 pence. Consideration: Robert Harte has procured Robert Brendon to surrender a lease made by William Bond to Robert Bond. Tenement in Bastrete with common of pasture belonging, reserving to (1) the feeding of 2 oxen or 6 steers in the best pasture. (S) Cornwall Council, RD/851.
12/20/1573,  William Bond of Earth a neighbor of Isabel Honychurch, named in a quitclaim of Isabel. John Fitz [Katherine’s brother] named as another neighbor.
6/22/1576, William Bond, esq. buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall. (S) Heraldic Church Notes From Cornwall.
10/12/1579, Katherine married 2nd John Marshall.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
1/5/1610, Katherine buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P41.
Children of William and Katherine:
i. William Bond (16384), baptized 12/6/1556 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
ii. Margaret Bond, baptized 3/10/1558 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
iii. John Bond, baptized 5/16/1559 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
iv. Johanna Bond, baptized 7/20/1561 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
Johanna married robert Harte.
v. Elizabeth Bond, baptized 2/24/1565 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
vi. Peter Bond, born 1566 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
6/1/1566, Peter buried in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
vii. Frances Bond, born 1566 in St. Stephens by Cornwall, England.
6/20/1566, Frances buried in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
viii. Maria Bond, baptized 5/16/1568 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
1568, Maria buried in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
ix. Maria Bond, baptized 6/25/1569 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
x. Philip Bond, baptized 2/1/1572 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
9/4/1593, Philip buried in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Bond 16414 Philip Mayowe

16414. Philip Mayowe

Philip born in Lowe, Cornwall, England, s/o §Philip Mayow & Margaret Smith.
Philip married a daughter of ? Webb of Tavistock, Devon.
1/28/1547, Edward VI, age 9, succeeded his father Henry VIII as King of England.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
Aft. 1557, Margaret, widow of John Dingle v Philip Mayow esquire and Thomas Saller or Salter. Deeds, fraudulent ejectment etc. Tenement called Westhendre, parcel of the manor of Bray in the parish of Morval. This cause seems to have concerned the tithes of this tenement. The manor, the custom of which is recited, is stated in the answer to have been conveyed by [-] Dingle to Philip Mayow, grandfather of defendant. (S) UKNA, C 2/Eliz/D8/20.
1558-79, Plaintiffs: Diggory Blighe. Defendants: Philip Mayowe. Subject: property in Eastlow [East Looe], Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 3/8/79.
2/27/1580, Philip settled lands on his daughter-in-law Joane for life in leiu of dower.
2/27/1587, Parties: 1) Philip Mayowe of Looe, gentleman 2) John Coode of Morval and John Rashleigh of Fowey, esquires, Stephen Medhoppe, rector of St Martin by Looe. Manors of Trenode and Bray, and all his houses, land etc in St Martin by Looe, Morval, Tregastick, Trenode, Bray, Polgover, St Germans, Trebrowne, East Looe, Lanteglos by Fowey, Trerede, (damaged), Rouffelles, Polruan, Fowey, Tallonde, Lamayne Island, St Columb Minor. (S) Cornwal Council, WM/376.
6/14/1587, 9 Chief Burgesses appointed by Queen Elizabeth’s charter to East Looe: Walter Conner, … Philip Mayo, Thomas Collin … (S) Sketches of the Boroughs of East and West Looe, Thomas Bond, 1822, P2.
8/24/1590, Philip died.
(S) The 1530 Visitations of the County of Cornwall, 315.
Children of Philip and ?:
i. Philip Mayow, born ~1550 in Looe, Cornwall, England.
Philip married Joane, d/o John Rashley of Foye.
Bef. 5/28/1590, Philip died before his father.

ii. Margery Mayow (8207), born ~1555 in Looe, Cornwall, England.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Bond 16412 Coode-Coryton

16412. Walter Coode & 16413. Edith Coryton

1513, Walter born in Morval, Cornwall, England, s/o 32824. Richard Coode & 32825. Thomasina Glyn.
1514, Walter’s mother died; his father remarried.
~1525, Edith born in Newton Ferrers, Cornwall, England, d/o 32826. Peter Coryton & 32827. Joan Tregassan.
6/4/1523, Walter’s father died.
1523-29, Plaintiffs: Walter, son and heir of Richard Code. Defendants: John Bonde, John Helston, and William and John Eustas. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to a messuage and lands at Lancranten in St Keyne. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/480/18.
1523-29, Plaintiffs: Walter, son and heir of Richard Code and of Thomasen, his wife, daughter and coheir of John Glyn of Morval. Defendants: William Godolghan and Margaret, his wife, Richard Kendale and John Viveon. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to messuages and land in Clyes, Tredeneck, Bodmin, Bodiniell, Tremadocke, Bossent next Penquite, Lancrenton, Blerike, and Rame, and rent in Lantonia in Liskeard and St Neot. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/480/19.
1538-44, Plaintiffs: Walter Coode, gentleman, son and heir of Richard Coode and of Tomasyn his wife. Defendants: William Goodedolfyn, knight, and John Vevyan, esquire, sons-in-law of John Glyn, deceased, and Richard Kendell, esquire. Subject: Messuages and land in Bodmin, Bodiniel (in Bodmin), Tremadoc (in St Neots), St Neots, Warleggon, Padstow, Crugmer (in Padstow), Penquite by Bosent, Bosent (in St Pinnock), Lancrenton, Carowez, Torr, Blarrick (in St Antony and Sheviock), Rame, Markwell (in St Erney) and Fuyche. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/966/67-68.
1538-44, Plaintiffs: Walter, son and heir of Richard Coode. Defendants: John Jele. Subject: Manor and wood of Marytavy. Devon. (S) UKNA, C 1/968/30.
1540-41, Marriage settlement, grant, lands in St Neot. Parties: 1) Peter Coryton, esquire and Joan his wife, daughter and heir of John Tregasowe, esquire deceased to 2) Robert Coryton their third son. Grant … Ratification of charter by Richard Coryton of Tregasowe, son and heir of Peter and Joan. … Witnessed …, John Trelawney, Walter Code, esquires. (S) Cornwall Council, CY/1556.
7/7/1545, Edith’s father Peter, in his will, granted certain lands in Cornwall to Walter Coode, John Trevelyan, and Robert Bekett; who were to hold them in trust for 21 years after his death and to pay £100 out of the issues of these lands to his youngest son William.
1/28/1547, Edward VI, age 9, succeeded his father Henry VIII as King of England.
3/24/1551, Edith’s father died.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England. [Bloody Mary!]
1553-55, Plaintiffs: Thomas and William Coryton. Defendants: Richard Coryton and Walter Code and others, feoffees to uses. Subject: Legacy of Peter Coryton, father of the said Thomas, William and Richard payable out of the manors of Yolande, Trencreek (in Blisland, or Tencreek in Liskeard), Penfrane (in St Pinnock), St Pinnock, Bodwen (in Helland), Helland and Lamellyn (in Liskeard). Cornwali. (S) UKNA, C 1/1338/44-48.
1558-79, Plaintiffs: Walter Coode . Defendants: William Whyte, Thomas Whyte and others. Subject: property in Gidleigh, Devon . Document type: [pleadings]. (S) UKNA, C 3/33/66.
12/9/1580, Walter Code died.
5/28/1590, Edith’s son and heir John died.
7/31/1591, Edith buried at Morval; her grandson William Coode, s/o John her heir.
(S) Visitations of the County of Cornwall, 1887, Vivian, P95, P101. (S) 1620 Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P48. (S) Historical Survery of the County of Cornwall, Gilbert, V2, Pt1, P73.
Children of Walter and Edith:
i. Margaret Coode, born ~1542 in Morval, Cornwall, England.
Margaret married William Prideaux of Cornwall.
ii. Anne Coode, baptized 1544 in Morval, Cornwall, England.
iii. John Coode (8206), born 1546 in Morval, Cornwall, England. [Heir]
iv. Jane Coode, born ? in Morval, Cornwall, England.
Jane married William Leigh of Quethiock.
v. Philip Coode, baptized 1550 in Morval, Cornwall, England.
vi. Gilbert Coode, baptized 1552 in Morval, Cornwall, England.
vii. Elizabeth Coode, born ? in Morval, Cornwall, England.
Elizabeth married William Knapman of Devon.
viii. Thomasine Coode, born ? in Morval, Cornwall, England.
Thomasine married John Bennock.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Bond 16410 Courtenay-Trethurff

16410. Edward Courtenay & 16411 Margaret Trethurfe

~1505, Edward born in Landrake, Com. Cornwall, England, heir & s/o 32820. Edward Courtney & 32821. Alice Wotton.
~1506, Margaret born in Trethurfe in Landrake, Cornwall, England, coheir & d/o 32822. Thomas Treturff & 32823. Maude Trevisa.
3/1/1509, Edward heir to his father.
Margaret 1st married to John Boscawen.
10/13/1515, John died.
By 1529, Margaret married to Edward.
1529-32, Reynold, s/o John Tretherff, esq. sued John Vyvian & Elizabeth his wife, Edward Courtenay & Margaret his wife, daughters of Thomas Tretherff, and Robert Vyvian in Chancery regarding the manors of Tretherff in Ladock, Pettigrew in Germans, Trevelwyth, …. Cornwall, late of the said John Tretherffe. (S) Plantagenet Ancestry, Richardson, P588.
1529-37, Plaintiff: John Vyvyan, Elizabeth his wife, and Edward Courteney and Margaret his wife, daughters and heirs of Thomas Treytherff Defendant: Reignold Tredreffe, John Hykke, Robert Parker, John Ryse, Nicholas Robert, William Stevyn, John Jenkyn, and others Place Or Subject: Forcible entry into the manor of Arrallas, otherwise called Argallas County: Cornwall. (S) UKNA, STAC 2/24/246.
9/29/1533, Edward heir to his mother.
1536-38, Edward died. “Plaintiffs: Robert Edward of South Milton. Defendants: Margaret, late the wife of Edward Courtenay, John Knyght, and Joan, his wife. Subject: Pasture lands of North Dowen demised jointly to plaintiffs and to the said John and Joan. Devon.” (S) UKNA, C 1/783/40-44.
1537-38, Plaintiffs: John Vyvyan, Elizabeth, his wife, and Margaret, late the wife of Edward Courtnay. Defendants: John Skewys and Reynold Tretherffe. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to the manors of Argallas (in St Enoder), Trevilveth in Veryan (Trevelwyth), Skewys (in Cury), Leigh Challons, and Street Raleigh (in Rockbere), formerly of Thomas Tretherffe, brother of the said Reynold and father of the female complainants. Cornwall, Devon. (S) UKNA, 1/914/47-49.
By 1544, Margaret remarried to Richard Buller of Tregarrick, St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
4/22/1544-2/15/1547, Plaintiffs: Richard Buller, esquire, and Margaret his wife, late Margaret Courteney. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to the manors of Leigh Challons (in Plympton St Mary), Street (`Strait Ralegh otherwyse callyd Strait Woode'), Argallas (in St Enoder), and Trevewyth; and lands, rents, services, a mill, and woods in Blakesdon (in Tamerton Folliott ?) and elsewhere. Devon, Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/1108/52-53.
4/17/1548, Privy Council to Sir William Godolghan, …, Richard Buller, John Trelauny, and Sir John Arundell of Trerise. Thanking them and all others who quelled the revolt; declaration to be made to those involved therein, granting pardon; requires them to discover how it arose, and to send up the ringleaders.
1549-51, Richard, Margaret, and her son William Courtenay sued in Chancery by Gilbert Flamake & Joan his wife [grand-daughter of Alice Curteny] … lands, rents, … Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/1219/9-10.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
11/1555, Richard Buller wrote his will. “… I do constitute ordayne and make my wief Margaret Buller my full and hole Executrix. …” [Son Francis still a minor.]
12/9/1555, Richard died.
5/12/1556, “… Margaret Buller, the relict and sole executrix in the will of Richard Buller, gentleman, deceased, , having … Margaret, personally present, te administration of all the goods etc, by means of intestacy, was granted to Peter Courtney and George Ketwiche, gentlemen, to administer the goods, rights and chattels of the same …” (S) UKNA, PROB 11/38/36.
9/18/1556, Margaret a [1/8th] coheir of Edward, Earl of Devon. [Died in exile in Venice, Italy. At his death, the estates at Tiverton, Okehampton, …, were divided amongst representatives of the 4 daughters of Sir Hugh Courtenay, of Haccombe and Boconnoc, the grand-nieces of Edward, the "Blind Earl" who died in 1419. One of the nieces was Elizabeth Courtenay (475327), paternal grandmother of Margaret.]
1558-76, Plaintiffs: Katherine Crokehey widow. Defendants: Margaret Buller. Subject: property in Holbroke, Alyesbear [Aylesbeare], Devon. (S) UKNA, C 3/44/21.
1558-76, Plaintiffs: Edward Murthe [alias Edward Randall]. Defendants: Margaret Buller widow and others. Subject: property in Morval (Morewell), Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 3/125/17.
6/28/1576, Margaret died.
(S) 1530 Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P117, “Courtenay of Landrake”. (S) Royal Lineage, Foster, 1891, P922.
Children of Edward and Margaret:
i. William Courtney, born 1530 in Landrake, Cornwall, England.
1534, William named in the IPM of his grandmother Alice Wotton Courtenay, age 4 years and more.
i. Edward Courtney, born ~1532 in Landrake, Cornwall, England.
11/1555, Edward named in the will of Richard Buller, “… my sonne in Lawe Edward Corteney …”.
i. Katherine Courtney (8205), born ~1534 in Landrake, Cornwall, England.
i. Peter Courtney, born 1536 in Landrake, Cornwall, England.
11/1555, Peter named an overseer in the will of his stepfather, Richard Buller.
1559, Peter presented to Tiverton.
Peter married Katherine, d/o William Reskinter of St. Tudy, Groom of the Bedchamber to King Henry VIII.
7/20/1581, Peter named in the will of George Kekewich, husband of his sister Katherine.
1593, Peter, Justice of the Peace for Cornwall.
12/16/1605, Peter wrote his will.
Bef. 5/28/1606, Peter died.
Children of Richard and Margaret:
i. Francis Buller, born 1546 in Cornwall, England. [Richard’s heir]
11/1555, Richard’s will: “… I give and bequeathe unto my sonne Franncis Buller and to his heires and assignes all
those Leases which at the making hereof I do enyoie or have the whiche leases. I do will that my said wief
shall receave and enyoie the profetts thereof to thuse and behofe of my said sonne untill he come to the
age of twenty yeres. …”
Francis married Thomasine, d/o Thomas Williams, esq.
1600, Francis the sheriff of Cornwall.
9/28/1615, Francis died; buried at Pelynt, Cornwall.
ii. Mary Buller, born ~1548 in Cornwall, England.
11/1555, Richard’s will: “… And if it happen the said Franncis to Dye withoute yssue of his bodye Lawfully begotten, then my will is the said Leases shall remayne unto Mary my doughter and to her heires and assignes, … unto Marye my doughter twentie pounds in old gold and my best silver Cuppe and my best silver salte and adosyn of my best sylver spones. And also I give one hundreth poundes of Lawfull money of England towards the marying of the said Mary … Also I give my bracelet of gold being uppon my Arme unto Mary my doughter …”
Mary married Sir Thomas Wise of Sydenham.
1603, Thomas created a Knight of the Bath at the coronation of King James I.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Bond 16408 Kekewich-Bardfield

16408. John Kekewich & 16409. Thomasin Bardfield

~1505, Johannes born in Katchfrench, Cornwall, England, s/o §George Kekewich & Johanna Talcarne.
~1505, Thomasin born in Shefield, Essex, coheir & d/o 32818. Thomas Bardfield.
John 1st married Alice, d/o William Inne, Esq. [No children.]
Thomasin's father died.
1511-14, Thomasin Danielle, of Chenville, Essex, and her sister Margaret [Gedge of Essex] inherited the estates of her uncle John Bardfield, including Margaretting, Essex.
By 1514, Thomasin 1st married to William Daniell of London.
John married 2nd Joan ? [apparently divorced – see 1544 lawsuit.]
John, of the parish of St. Germans, Cornwall, married Thomasin, a widow and coheir in Essex, where they made their primary home. They also had a house in the parish of St. Mary le Strand, London.
9/15/1538, Johannes wrote his will, leaving 200 pounds to his son George, and naming Thomasyn as his “sole extrix.”
1539, John was high in a list of squires appointed to take part in the reception of Anne of Cleeves [4th wife of King Henry VIII.]
10/31/1539, John of Margetting, Esq., died at Berdefield Hall, Essex; buried in the parish of Margetting.
10/19/1541, John’s will proved.
Thomasin married 2nd Oliver Hyde of Banbury Court, Agingdon, Berkshire [much younger than her].
1544-1551, Plaintiffs: Oliver Hyde and Thomasin his wife, executrix and late the wife of John Kekewiche. Defendants: Richard Cliker, husband of Joan, late the wife of the said John. Subject: Rent of land in St Germans (Saint Jerms). Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/1133/69-71.
1545, Thomasin and Oliver bought the manor of Maiden Erlegh near Sonning, Berkshire;
1/28/1547, Edward VI succeed Henry VIII as King of England.
1548, Thomasin and Oliver bought the manor of Fulbrook near Burford, Oxfordshire.
2/9/1566, Oliver died.
1/13/1568, Thomasin died.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, 1887, Vivian, P252. (S) House of Commons 1509-1558, Bindoff, 1982, P430, P459. (S) Genealogist, V6, 1882, P10.
Family notes:
·         George Kekewich, the father, came out of Shropshire into Cornwall.
o   By 1515, Plaintiffs: Edward, son and heir of John Kendale. Defendants: George Kekewich. Subject: Lands mortgaged by the said John in Duloe and Morval. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/144/77.
·         George Kekewich, s/o Johannes Kekewich de Lenly, s/o Johannes Kekewich of Lenley in Com. Salop& Agnes ?, s/o Pierce Kekewich, Kt., who came to Shropshire from Lincolnshire.
·         Johanna Talcarne, heiress & d/o Edward Talcarn de Katchfrench, s/o Johannes Talkarne de Kathcfrench, s/o Johannes Talkarne de Katchfrench, Com. Cornub.
Children of Johannes and Thomasin:
i. George Ketchwich (8204), born 11/17/1530 in Katchfrench, Com. Cornwall, England.
ii. Maria Kekewich, born ? in Katchfrench, Com. Cornwall, England.
9/15/1538, Maria, a minor, named in her father’s will, receiving 200 marks.
Maria married 1st John Hide of Berks [younger brother of her mother’s 2nd husband.]
Maria married 2nd Richard Radish.
iii. Agnes Kekewich, born ? in Katchfrench, Com. Cornwall, England.
9/15/1538, Agnes, a minor, named in her father’s will, receiving 200 marks.
Agnes 1st married John Sherington.
Agnes 2nd married Nicholas Stephens.

Bond 16400 Porter-Bake

16400. John Porter & 16401. Margaret Bake

~1525, John born in Saltash, Cornwall, England, s/o §Richard Porter [& d/o William Parkying of Torr.]
1544-51, Plaintiffs: John Porter of St Endellion. Defendants: William Peryn. Subject: Detention of deeds relating to messuages in Launceston. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 1/1149/58.
1/28/1547, Edward VI succeeded Henry VII as King of England.
1547-53, Plaintiff: John Upcott Defendant: Pascowe Trevyll, Richard Upcott, John Porter, and others Place Or Subject: False imprisonment in Trematon Castle, in a dispute as to land in St. Stephens County: Cornwall. (S) UKNA, STAC 3/4/54.
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
Aft. 1559, Margaret died.
4/26/1585, Will of Thomas Molton, merchant of St. Stephens by Saltash: “ … I doe lykewyse ordeyne name and appointe taphe Eliotte Clarke, Edward Scawen, John Creffilde and John Porter to be the Overseers of this my sayde will, …” (S) UKNA, PROB 11/68/283.
6/19/1585, Charter of Queen Elizabeth wherein the privileges of the Borough of Saltash are enu­merated, and William Hechins, John Willes, Henry Cloberie, William Lucas, John Porter, Simon Glanfelde, and others appointed the first Aldermen under it, with Anthony Lanpen, gentleman, as Mayor. (S) Borough of Saltash, Alderman Porter, 1893. [Alderman the Mayor of Saltash at the time.]
(S) Visitations of the County of Cornwall, 1887, P384. (S) Heraldic Church Notes From Cornwall. (S) 1620 Visitation of Cornwall, P179.
Family notes:
·         Margaret is possibly a member of the Moyle family who’s seat was at Bake, in the parish of Deviock, in Cornwall.
Children of John and Margaret:
i. Philip Porter, baptized 5/20/1544, at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
ii. Johanna Porter, baptized 9/22/1546, at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
7/26/1547, Johanna buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
iii. Johanna Porter, baptized ~1547, at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
2/26/1563, Johanna buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
iv. William Porter (8200), baptized 7/21/1548 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
v. John Porter, born ~1552 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
10/21/1574, John married Elizabeth, d/o William Hichins.
John married 2nd Agnes, d/o Henry Luscomb.
10/9/1602, Agnes buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
4/9/1608, John buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
vi. Richard Porter, baptized 12/1/1556, at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
11/18/1562, Richard buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
vii. Arthur Porter, baptized 4/8/1559, at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
5/26/1593, Arthur married Wilmot Symons at St. Stephens.
Bef. 11/16/1601, Arthur died.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Bond 16386 Carter-Vivian

16386. John Carter & 16387. Jane Vivian

1552, John born in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England; hier & 2nd s/o 32772. James Carter & 32773. Honor Newman.
~1555, Jane [Johane] born in Trenowth, Cornwall, England, d/o 32774. John Vivian & 32775. Alice Treaster.
2/29/1573, John’s father died. (S) Cornwall OPC.
4/17/1575, John Carter married Jane Vivian at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
11/27/1578, John Carter, age 26, exector of his uncle Richard Carter of St. Columb Minor, and present at the signing. “… The reste of all my goods and chattells not before gyven nor bequeathed, my Debts and legacies beinge paide and my Fuberalls discharged I gyve and bequeathe to John Carter my Nephewe beinge my brother his sonne, whome I make my executoure, and to see this my will and everye thinge therein conteyned to be performed. …”
6/4/1587, Jane named in the will of her father.
1579, Plaintiffs: John Carter. Defendants: Newall Mayowe. Subject: property in Trevedannan in St Columb Major, Cornwall. Document type: bill, answer. (S) UKNA, C 2/207/47.
Bef. 2/1589, Jane’s father died.
8/21/1597, Jane’s mother, “Ollyffe Vivian” buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
8/3/1602, “Jane Carter, the wyfe of John Carter, gent.” buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
11/1615, Plaintiffs: John Carter gent of Higher St Columb. Defendants: Richard Smyth of Higher St Columb, John Smyth his son and William Randall their servant. Subject: Procuring writ againt plaintiff John Carter on an imaginery suit. Cornwall. (S) UKNA, STAC 8/92/12.
1620, John living.
Aft. 1623, Plaintiffs: John Carewe and Honor Carewe his wife. Defendants: John Carter and others. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Edward Carter of St Columb, Cornwall. Document type: [pleadings]. (S) UKNA, C 3/398/32.
(S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall, Arthur Jewers, 1881, P146. (S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall. (S) 1530 Visitations of Cornwall, P78.
Children of John and Jane:
i. Richard Carter, baptized 4/18/1576 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England. [Heir]
Richard married Elizabeth, d/o Sir John Arundell of Talverne & Ann Godolphin.
11/27/1578, Richard named in the will of his great-uncle Richard.
4/2/1630, Richard buried at at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
ii. James Carter, baptized 3/2/1581 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
iii. Charles Carter, baptized 1/14/1583 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
iv. Arthur Carter, baptized 11/22/1583 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
8/27/1587, Arthur buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
v. Honor Carter (8193), baptized 11/1/1587 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
vi. Elynor Carter, ~1588 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
4/21/1588, Elynor buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
vii. Anne Carter, baptized 5/12/1591 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
viii. Edward Carter, baptized 2/20/1593 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
12/24/1635, Edward buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.

Bond 16384 Bond-Fountaine

16384. William Bond & 16385. Margaret Fountaine

12/6/1556, William baptized in Saltash, Com. Cornwall, England, s/o 32768. William Bond & 32769. Katherine fitz Ford.
11/17/1558, Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I as Queen of England. [Both daughters of King Henry VIII.]
~1566, Margaret born in Ugborough, Devon, England, d/o 32770. William Fountayne & 32771. Mary Carswell.
6/22/1576, William’s father died.
2/6/1580, William married Margaret at Ugborough. (S) Ugborough Parish Register.
12/15/1585, Margaret’s father died; her brother Hugh the heir.
10/10/1597, Margaret buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall. [Her mother outlived her.]
9/16/1599, William remarried to Mary, daughter of Ferdinando Spyller.
Bef. 1603, William Bonde v Walter Webb and Sir John Sutton, clerk. Claim by descent, fraudulent conveyance etc. Lands etc. called Hendra in the parish of Altarnan, Cornwall, of which complainant's father was seised etc. (S) UKNA, C 2/Eliz/B10/13.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
1/5/1610, William’s mother died.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
12/1613, Defendants: William Bonde esq of St Erth, Cornwall, John Smyth and John Glubbe of Tavistock, tanners, William Smyth, butcher, uncle of the said John Smyth, and others. Subject: Forcible entry and removal of a furnace from a house in Tavistock held of the said William Bond, by colour of security given to the said John Glubbe, and other violence. Devon. Barnes category: destruction of property; unlawful assembly. (S) UKNA, STAC 8/164/11.
6/10/1617, Lease for 3 lives (2); cons. £100; rent £3; heriot, best Beast. (1) John Bond of St. Columb Major gent. [1st son], John Furlong of Horsham, Sussex; John Seaton of Wynsore, Devon, and wife Marg; Mgt. Edgecumbe and sister Eliz.; Agnes Fountagne of Plympstead, Kent, widow. (2) Wm. Bond jnr. son of Wm. Bond of Erth, his wife Joan and dtr. Frances. Buckator, Tavistock. (S) UK-A2A, Cornwall Record Office.
9/15/1623, William buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P41.
Family notes:
     Margaret a coheir to her brother Hugh Fountayne.
Children of William and Margaret:
i. John Bond (8192), born ~1587 in Com. Saltash, Cornwall, England.
ii. William Bond, born ~1589 in Com. Saltash, Cornwall, England.
William married Jone Crane, sister of Sr. Francis Crane.
6/10/1617, Lease for 3 lives (2); cons. £100; rent £3; heriot, best Beast. (1) John Bond of St. Columb Major gent. [William’s older brother], …. (2) Wm. Bond jnr. son of Wm. Bond of Erth, his wife Joan and dtr. Frances. …. (S) UK-A2A, Cornwall Record Office.
1/7/1638, William buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
11/15/1652, Jone buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
iii. George Bond, baptized 11/16/1592 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
George married Argent, d/o John Stronge of Saltash.
11/23/1664, George wrote his will.
11/29/1664, George buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
iv. Richard Bond, baptized 10/24/1594 in St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall, England.
4/13/1616, Richard buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.

Bond 8206 Coode-Mayow

8206. John Coode & 8207. Margery Mayow

1546, John born in Morval, Cornwall, England; s/o 16412. Walter Coode & 16413. Editha Coryton.
~1555, Margerie born in Looe, Cornwall, England; d/o 16414. Philip Mayowe.
11/17/1558, Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I as Queen of England. [Both daughters of King Henry VIII.]
6/3/1572, John married Margery.
1580, John’s father Walterus died; John age 37.
2/27/1587, Parties: 1) Philip Mayowe of Looe, gentleman 2) John Coode of Morval and John Rashleigh of Fowey, esquires, Stephen Medhoppe, rector of St Martin by Looe. Manors of Trenode and Bray, and all his houses, land etc in St Martin by Looe, Morval, Tregastick, Trenode, Bray, Polgover, St Germans, Trebrowne, East Looe, Lanteglos by Fowey, Trerede, (damaged), Rouffelles, Polruan, Fowey, Tallonde, Lamayne Island, St Columb Minor. (S) Cornwal Council, WM/376.
5/28/1590, John Code esq., died; buried at Menheniot, Cornwall. [John’s mother still living, Edith was named in John’s IPM.]
8/24/1590, Margery’s father died.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P95.
Children of John and Margery:
i. William Coode, baptized 11/14/1573 in Morval, Menheniot, Cornwall, England. [Heir]
1594, William heir to his grandmother Edith.
William 1st married Leodia, d/o Walter Kendal of Pelyn.
6/2/1613, Leodia died; buried at Morval.
William 2nd married Anna, d/o John Stukley de Aston, Devon.
1616, William, sheriff of Cornwall.
1639, William a member of parliament for East Looe.
3/23/1648, William wrote his will.
4/20/1655, William buried at Morval.
i. Walter Coode, baptized 5/23/1576 in Morval, Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
5/20/1608, Walter died without heirs; buried at Morval.
i. Elizabeth Coode, baptized 11/7/1579 in Morval, Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
2/8/1602, Elizabeth of Morval married John Barrett of Penquite. (S) Cornwall OPC.
i. Jane Coode (4103), baptized 8/6/1581 in Morval, Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
i. Richard Coode, baptized 5/16/1582 in Morval, Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
1/14/1618, Richard married Blanch Wills at St. Stephens by Saltash.
1620, Richard living.
3/23/1621, Richard married 2nd Johanna, a widow.
i. Stephen Coode, baptized 11/28/1585 in Morval, Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
5/10/1586, Stephen buried at Morval.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Bond 8204 Ketchwich-Courtenay

8204. George Ketchwich & 8205. Katherine Courtney

11/17/1530, George born in Katchfrench, Com. Cornwall, England; heir & s/o 16408. Johannes Kekewich & 16409. Thomasin Bradfield.
~1534, Katherine born in Lanrack, England, d/o 16410. Edward Courtenay & 16411 Margaret Trethurfe.
9/15/1538, George’s father left him 200 pounds and some plate.
10/31/1539, George’s father died.
10/13/1541, IPM of George’s father: George inheriting lands in Cornwall, and Margetting in Essex.
1542, Sir John Smith of Cressing Temple, Essex, acquired George’s wardship.
1546, George, entering into possession of his Cornish lands, was faced with a demand for the payment of 9 years’ arrears of rent for some duchy of Cornwall property in Catchfrench. He denied liability but after the duchy officials had referred the matter to the court of wards he was obliged to pay.
1/28/1547, Edward VI succeeded Henry VIII as King of England.
~1547, Plaintiff: George Kekewich Defendant: John Feyrechild, John Brendon, and Robert Westowte Place Or Subject: Seizure of cattle County: Cornwall. (S) UKNA, STAC 2/18/157.
3/1553, George a member of parliament for Saltash. [Saltash is 10 miles from Catchfrench.]
7/10/1553, Lady Jane Grey became the [disputed] Queen of England [for 9 days.]
7/19/1553, Mary I, sister of Edward VI, became Queen of England.
~1555, George married Katherine.
11/1555, George named as overseer in the will of Katherine’s stepfather, Richard Buller. “… Peter Corteney George Keckwiche and Thomas Malet Esquires my overseers for the performannce of this my Last Will and Testament …”.
5/12/1556, “… Margaret Buller [Katherine’s mother], the relict and sole executrix in the will of Richard Buller, gentleman, deceased, , having … Margaret, personally present, te administration of all the goods etc, by means of intestacy, was granted to Peter Courtney and George Ketwiche, gentlemen, to administer the goods, rights and chattels of the same …” (S) UKNA, PROB 11/38/36.
1569, George a Justice of the Peace for Cornwall.
11/15/1575, George, sheriff of Cornwall. (S) Lists and Indexes, Iss8, 1897, P23.
11/17/1558, Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I as Queen of England. [Both daughters of King Henry VIII.]
1558-79, Plaintiffs: George Kekewiche. Defendants: Richard Radyshe and Mary Radyshe his wife. Subject: (lands etc) estate of the deceased Thomasine Hyde widow of Essex. (S) UKNA, C 3/107/36.
7/20/1581, George Ketwich, esq., wrote his will; naming his children and his wife Catherine. (S) Cornwall OPC.
6/26/1582, George died.
11/9/1582, “The … will was proved in London … Prerogative Court of …, proctor for Katherine, relict, and George Kekewiche, executors …” (S) UKNA, PROB 11/64/488.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P252. (S) Heraldic Church Notes From Cornwall. (S) The House of Commons, 1509-1558.
Family notes:
7/20/1581, … I George Kekewiche of Katchefrenche in the Countie of Cornewall esquier beinge perfecte of remembrannce … Doe make and ordayne this my last will and Testament …. My worldlye goods I will as followeth. Item I geve to my daughter Grace 200 poundes currant englishe money. Item I geve to my daughter Mary 200 poundes …. Item I gyve to Margett my youngest daughter 200 poundes …, All whiche payments I will to be made to eache of theme at the daye of theire mariage, … Item I geve to John Kekewiche my seconde sonne 100 poundes …. Item I gyve to Peter Kekewiche my thirde sonne 200 poundes …. Item I geve to Edwarde Kekewiche my forthe sonne 200 poundes Item I geve to Frannces my youngest sonne 200 poundes …. Also my will is that my sonnes Edwarde and Frannces shall have my porcion of Burthye, theise paymentes to be made the daye of theire marriage or when theye shall accomplishe the age of 21 yeares, …. Item I geve to Catherine my wieff the chaine of goulde, ringes and Juells whiche she moste usuallye did weare and one Salte of sylver guilte withe one dossen of spoones and one goblett. Item I geve to George Kekewiche my eldeste sonne my greate Flagen chaine of angell goulde, all my owne wearinge Ringes and Juells and all my plate not bequeathed before. Item I will that my daughter Cate Lanyan have the 6 poundes 13 shillinges 4 pence given her by her grandmother Buller, And 3 poundes 6 shillinges 8 pence more …. Item I will that my Daughter Anne Clowberye have the 6 poundes 13 shillinges 4 pence gyven her by her grandmother Buller, and 3 poundes 6 shillinges 8 pence more …. Item I geve to eche of my Servanntes one halfe yeares wages. The reste of my goods cattelles debts ready moneye or other chattell whatsoever I geve and bequeathe to Katherine my wieff and George Kekewiche my eldest sonne whome I doe make and ordaine my executors … Item I geve to Andrewe Burden 20 shillinges a yeare duringe his lieff to bee leavyed owte of my Mannor of Tregenhawke. My daughters unmarrried I commytte to the governement of theire mother …. My three younger Sonnes I commytte to the governement of theise as followethe, Peter Kekewiche to his uncle and godfather Peter Courtneye …. Edward Kekewiche I commytte to Mr Doctor Tremayne. Frannces Kekewiche I committe to his uncle Frannces Buller …. Item I appointe as Overseers to appease quarrell … Peter Courtney esquier … Olyver Clowberye gent my sonne in lawe, to whiche Olyver I geve 10 poundes for his paines. My will is that my wief and my elder sonne sholde keepe howse together to the comforte and helpe of the reste of my children. …. By me George Kekewiche.
Children of George and Catherine:
i. George Keckwich, baptized 8/14/1556 in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England. [Heir]
7/20/1581, George named in the will of his father. [Eldest son]
1581, George, the heir, age 24 and more at the death of his father.
1581, George Keckwich leased lands within the manor of Bonyalvey on Cornwall’s south coast. He held 3 tenements of more than 145 acres. (S) The Estates of the English Crown, Hoyle, 2002, P105.
12/3/1584, at Breage, George married Blanch, d/o Sir Francis Godolphin. (S) 1530 Visitations of Cornwall.
11/25/1591, George, sheriff of Cornwall. (S) Cal. of State Papers, GBPRO.
12/11/1597, Blanch buried at St. Germans.
George 2nd married Julian, d/o William Viell, widow of George Grenville.
5/31/1607, George wrote his will.
12/22/1611, George died; buried the next day at St. Germans.
ii. John Kekewich, born ~1557 in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
7/20/1581, John named in the will of his father. [2nd son]
3/25/1598, at St. Germans, John married Radigan, d/o William Bligh of Botathon, a widow.
5/31/1607, John named in the will of his brother George.
7/23/1622, John buried at St. Germans.
iii. Peter Kekewich, born ~1559 in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
7/20/1581, Peter named in the will of his father. [3rd son]
5/31/1607, Peter named in the will of his brother George.
6/11/1633, Peter named in the will of his brother Frauncis.
2/26/1634, Peter buried at St. Germans.
iv. Edward Kekewich (4102), born 8/1561 in Ketchfrench, Com. Cornwall, England. [4th son]
v. Anne Kekewich, born ? in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
Anne married Oliver Clobery of Bradston, Devon.
7/20/1581, Anne [Clowberye] named in the will of her father.
6/11/1633, Anne and Oliver named in the will of her brother Francis.
vi. Catherine Kekewich, born ? in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
Catherine married ? Lanyan.
7/20/1581, “Cate Lanyan” named in the will of her father.
vii. Grace Kekewich, born ? in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
7/20/1581, Grace named in the will of her father.
viii. Mary Kekewich, born ? in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
7/20/1581, Mary named in the will of her father.
Mary married John Crewse.
5/31/1607, Mary named in the will of her brother George.
ix. Frauncis Kekewich, born ? in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
7/20/1581, Francis named in the will of his father. [5th son]
5/31/1607, Frauncis named in the will of his brother George.
6/11/1633, Frauncis wrote his will.
6/18/1633, Frauncis buried at St. Germans.
x. Margaret Kekewich, born ? in Ketchfrench, Com., Menheniot, Cornwall, England.

7/20/1581, Margaret named in the will of her father.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Bond 8200 Porter-Hichins

8200. William Porter & 8201. Mary Hichins

7/21/1548, William baptized at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall; heir & s/o 16400. John Porter & 16401. Margaret Bake.
~1555, Mary born in Merkwell in St. Erney, Cornwall, England, d/o §Henry Hichins & Johanna Lambert.
11/17/1558, Elizabeth I succeeded Mary I as Queen of England. [Both daughters of King Henry VIII.]
1571, William married Mary in Landrake, Cornwall. (S) Cornwall OCP.
1581, 1 William Skelton of St Stephens nexte Saltashe, yeoman. 2 William Porter of St Stephens, gent. Moiety of tenement called Woodforde. Bargain and sale. (S) UKNA, 372/23/1/5.
1589, 1 William Porter of St Stephyns near Saltash. 2 William Skelton and Christopher Dingle. (S) UKNA, 372/11/1/9.
1591, Bargain and sale. 1 William Porter, gent, William Skelton, yeoman, Richard Rowte, yeoman and Christopher Dyngle, all of St Stpehens by Saltash, Cornwall. 2 Nicholas Wills of Landrake, Cornwall, gent. Messuages in Pelynt and Lansallos, Cornwall. (S) UKNA, 372/7/2/10B.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
9/8/1609, William Porter of Trimerton buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
3/24/1611-3/23/1612, William Porter of Cornwall: Records of the Court of Wards and Liveries. (S) UKNA, WARD 7/58/170.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
6/26/1616, Mary wrote her will.
7/1/1616, Mary, relict of William Porter, gent., buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
9/20/1616, Mary’s will probated at Prin. Reg., Exeter.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P384. (S) Heraldic Church Notes From Cornwall.
Children of William and Mary:
i. Elizabeth Porter, baptized 4/2/1574 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
3/11/1592, Elizabeth married Richard Lambert at St. Stephens by Saltash. [3 daughters]
Aft. 4/9/1599, Elizabeth married Theobald Gears.
6/26/1616, Elizabeth named in her mother’s will.
ii. Maria Porter, baptized 12/16/1576 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
8/19/1580, Maria buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
iii. Margaret Porter, baptized 11/13/1579 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
7/7/1581, Margaret buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
iv. Richard Porter (4100), born ~1581 in Trimerton, Cornwall, England.
v. William Porter, baptized 11/28/1584 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
vi. Julian Porter, baptized 10/28/1586 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
vii. William Porter, baptized 7/16/1587 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
3/13/1596, William buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
viii. Johanna Porter, baptized 7/5/1590 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
11/3/1612, Johanna married Hugh Hawkyns at St. Stephens by Saltash.
6/26/1616, Johanna named in her mother’s will.
ix. Thomas Porter, baptized 12/9/1592 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
x. Arthur Porter, baptized 3/15/1594 at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
9/8/1615, Arthur buried at Pangbourne Minister, Dorsetshire.

Bond 8194 Pascowe-Kempe

8194. John Pascowe & 8195. Thomasine Kempe

10/25/1578, John born in Cornwall, England, s/o 16388. John Pascoe & 16389. Elizabeth Edwards.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
Aft. 1603, Plaintiffs: John Pascowe alias John Baker. Defendants: Thomas Kendall. Subject: messuages and lands in the parish of St Austell, Cornwall. Document type: [pleadings]. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/P3/27.
1604, John Pascoe married Thomasine at St. Stephen by Saltash, Cornwall.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
3/23/1618, John [Paskowe, Pascoe, Pascowe] died; buried at St. Stephens. (S) UKNA, WARD 7/58/86.
3/18/1619, “Thomasine Paskow, widow”, remarried to Francis Crocker, gent. [Multiple children.] (S) Exeter Marriage Licences.
3/15/1620, Francis, son of Francis Croker, gent. , and Thomasine his wife baptized at St. Stephens. [1st child by Francis associated with Thomasine.]
By 1625, Defendants: Francis Crocker, Thomasin Crocker his wife, Richard Porter, William Hechins and Josias Hobb. Subject: lease of a tenement in Trematon in the parish of St Stephen's by Saltash, Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/W11/35.
2/2/1626, Charles I became King of England; succeeding King James I of Scotland and England.
10/12/1627, Moses, son of Francis Croker, gent. baptized at St. Stephens. [Last child.]
5/11/1630, Thomasine buried.
(S) Heraldic Church Notes  – From Cornwall.
Family notes:
1553–1603, John Pascoe and Elizabeth, his wife, vs. Margery Parkyne and others, land in St. Stephen’s, Cornwall. (S) GBPRO, Lists and Indexes, V21, Proceedngs in Court of Requests.
Children of John and Thomasine:
i. Elizabeth Pascowe, born ~1608 in Cornwall, England.
5/16/1628, Elizabeth married Arthur Burell in Cornwall.
8/10/1642, Elixabeth buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
ii. Johanna Paskowe (4097), born ~1611 in Cornwall, England.
iii. Mary Pascowe, baptized 10/18/1615 in Cornwall England.

Bond 8192 Bond-Carter

8192. John Bond & 8193. Honor Carter

1587, John born in Cornwall, England, heir & s/o 16384. William Bond & 16385. Margaret Fountaine.
11/1/1587, Honor baptized in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England, d/o 16386. John Carter & 16387. Jane Vivian.
10/10/1597, John’s mother buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
8/3/1602, Honor’s mother buried at St. Columb Major, Cornwall.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
5/2/1609, at St. Columb Major, John Bond, gent., son and heir of William Bond of Earth in St. Stephens by Saltash, married Honor Carter. (S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall, P146.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
6/10/1617, Lease for 3 lives (2); cons. £100; rent £3; heriot, best Beast. (1) John Bond of St. Columb Major gent., John Furlong of Horsham, Sussex; John Seaton of Wynsore, Devon, and wife Marg; Mgt. Edgecumbe and sister Eliz.; Agnes Fountagne of Plympstead, Kent, widow. (2) Wm. Bond jnr. son of Wm. Bond of Erth, his wife Joan and dtr. Frances
Buckator, Tavistock. (S) UKNA, CM/1091. [“Wm. Bond jnr.” is John’s younger brother.]
Aft. 1620, Honor’s father died.
9/15/1623, John’s father buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
2/2/1626, Charles I became King of England; succeeding King James I of Scotland and England.
1628, Short title: Bond v Bond. Plaintiffs: George Bond. Defendants: John Bond. Subject: barton etc of Earth in St Stephen juxta Saltash [St Stephens-by-Saltash], Cornwall. Document type: bill only. (S) UKNA-Kew, C 3/396/114.
7/27/1633, “John Bond, gent.” buried at St. Stephens by Saltash. (S) Parish register.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P41. (S) The Registers of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall. (S) Find-A-Grave.com. 
Family notes:

John Bond son and heir of William Bond of Earth in St. Stephen’s by Saltash, by his wife Margaret, daughter and coheiress of Hugh Fountaine of Ugborough, co. Devon. (S) Reg. of the Parish of St. Columb Major, Cornwall, P290.
Children of John and Honor:
i. William Bond (4096), baptized 3/17/1609, in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
ii. John Bond, baptized 1/27/1613 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
John died age 6.
iii. Richard Bond, born ~1615 in Cornwall, England.
2/7/1616, Richard, s. of John Bond, gent., buried at St. Columb Major.
iv. Richard Bond, born 1617 in Cornwall, England.
1/15/1617, Richard, s. of John Bond, gent., buried at St. Columb Major.
v. Honnor Bond, baptized 8/30/1618  in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
5/23/1620, Honnor buried at St. Columb Major.
vi. James Bond, baptized 6/1/1620 in St. Columb Major, Cornwall, England.
James died age 2.
vii. Blanch Bond, born 1628 in Cornwall, England.
8/7/1628, Blanch buried at St. Stephens by Saltash. (S) Parish register.
viii. Dorothy Bond, born ~1630 in Cornwall, England.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Bond 4102 Kekewich-Coode

4102. Edward Kekewich & 4103. Jane Coode

8/1561, Edward born in Ketchfrench, Com. Cornwall, England, 4th s/o 8204. George Ketchwich & 8205. Katherine Courtney.
8/17/1561, Edward baptized at Menheniot, Cornwall.
6/26/1581, Edward’s father made his will: “… Item I geve to Edwarde Kekewiche my forthe sonne 200 poundes … Also my will is that my sonnes Edwarde and Frannces shall have my porcion of Burthye.” (S) UKNA, PROB 11/64/488.
~1583, Jane born in Morval, Cornwall, d/o 8206. John Coode & 8207. Margerie Mayow.
5/28/1590, Jane’s father died.
7/25/1603, King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I in England.
11/22/1603, Edward married Jane at Morval.
Aft. 1603, Plaintiffs: Digory Payne. Defendants: Edward Kekewich and John Warrie. Subject: bond. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/P14/40.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
5/31/1607, Edward named in the will of his oldest brother George.
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
8/25/1620, Edward Kekewich of Trehawke wrote his will; Jane still living, named in the will.
12/18/1621, Edward buried at Menheniot, Cornwall.
1/9/1622, Edward’s will proved at Archd. Ct., Cornwall.
10/31/1634, Lease and counterpart for 99 years on the lives of Peter Kekewich, Jane Kekewich and Phillip Kekewich, sons and daughter of (2). (1) John Arundell of Lanherne, esquire. (2) Jane Kekewich of Trehawke in the Parish of Menheniot, widdow. Property One third of 'one close of pasture … And of the herbage of several parcels of underwoods adjoining to the premises …. .. 50 acres. .. in the Parish of Menheniot … and the lands sometime of John Trehawke and John Landon on the south part and the land of Noddon the west and north and now are in the tenure. .. of the said Jane Kekewiche' (2). Mineral and timber rights reserved. Consideration £46. (S) UKNA.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P252, 385.
Children of Edward and Jane:
i. Edward Kekewich, born 11/1604 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
5/31/1607, Edward named in the will of his uncle George.
8/25/1620, Edward named in the will of his father.
9/30/1622, IPM of his father, Edward age 17.
6/22/1625, Edward admitted to the Middle Temple. (S) Middle Temple Records, 1603-49.
i. Peter Kekewich, born 1605 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
8/25/1620, Peter named in the will of his father.
10/31/1634, Peter named in the lease with his mother.
2/22/1635, at St. Andrews, Plymouth, Peter married Joane Trevill of Ethy, d/o Stephen Trevill.
1649, Peter, sheriff of Cornwall.
7/8/1673, Joane died; buried at St. Stephens by Saltash.
10/28/1680, Peter buried at Menheniot, Cornwall.
i. Jane Kekewich, baptized 9/6/1607 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
8/25/1620, Jane named in the will of her father.
10/23/1632, at Menheniot, Jane married James Knapman of Drewsteignton.
10/31/1634, Jane named in the lease with her mother.
i. William Kekewich, baptized 1/7/1609 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
3/10/1619, William buried at Menheniot, Cornwall.
i. Elizabeth Kekewich (2051), born 1/31/1611 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
i. Thomas Kekewich, baptized 2/12/1614 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
8/25/1620, Thomas named in the will of his father.
3/2/1671, Thomas buried at Menheniot, Cornwall, leaving no heirs.
i. Philip Kekewich, baptized 3/22/1617 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
8/25/1620, Philip named in the will of his father.
10/31/1634, Philip named in the lease with his mother.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Bond 4100 Porter-Pascowe

4100. Richard Porter & 4101. Elizabeth Pascowe

~1581, Richard born in Trimerton, Cornwall, England, heir & s/o 8200. William Porter & 8201. Mary Hichins.
~1584, Elizabeth born in Cornwall, England, d/o 16388. John Pascoe & 16389. Elizabeth Edwards.
7/25/1603, Richard married Elizabeth. (S) Heraldic Church Notes From Cornwall.
11/5/1605, The “Gunpowder Plot”, an attempt to assassinate King James I.
9/8/1609, Richard’s father buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall. [Richard age “27 and more” at the death of his father.]
1611, The “King James Bible”, the 3rd English translation accomplished by 47 scholars from Greek [New Testament], Hebrew [Old Testament] and Latin [Apocrypha], published.
7/1/1616, Richard’s mother buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
By 1625, Defendants: Francis Crocker, Thomasin Crocker his wife, Richard Porter, William Hechins
and Josias Hobb. Subject: lease of a tenement in Trematon in the parish of St Stephen's by Saltash,
Cornwall. (S) UKNA, C 2/JasI/W11/35. [Thomasin’s (Kempe,Pascowe) great-grandson James Bond
would marry Richard Porter’s grandaughter Dorothy Porter.]
2/2/1626, Charles I became King of England; succeeding King James I of Scotland and England.
3/10/1635, Richard buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
3/4/1639, Elizabeth buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
(S) The Visitations of the County of Cornwall, P385. (S) Hist. Survey of Co. Cornwall, V2, Pt1, P241.
Children of Richard and Elizabeth:
i. Roger Porter (2050), baptized 9/13/1604 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
ii. Dorothy Porter, baptized 8/20/1605 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
10/7/1623, Dorothy married John Walter at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
ii. Maria Porter, baptized 12/6/1606 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
iv. William Porter, baptized 11/25/1608 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
William married Jane ?.
7/12/1675, William wrote his will.
Bef. 9/23/1675, William died. [Will probated.]
Bef. 9/14/1688, Jane died.
v. Elizabeth Porter, baptized 1/30/1611 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
Elizabeth died as a child.
vi. Johanna Porter, baptized 5/25/1613 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
8/21/1623, Johanna buried at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.
vii. Richard Porter, baptized 11/20/1614 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
7/12/1675, Richard named in the will of his brother William.
viii. Erysye Porter, baptized 1/5/1617 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
ix. Arthur Porter, baptized 8/16/1618 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
3/4/1638, Arthur, son of William Porter, gent., buried at Wymborne Minster, co. Dorset.
x. Elizabeth Porter, baptized 8/8/1621 at St. Stephens by Saltash Cornwall, England.
5/3/1637, Elizabeth married Thomas Cooke at St. Stephens by Saltash, Cornwall.

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