Book 9-20


William m. first, Margaret, daughter of William tVintour, esq. of Dymock, in the county of Gloucester, ind grandaughter of Sir William Maxey, of Bradwell lall, Essex, and had by her an only surviving child, Orlando, his heir.
1627
My messuage and farm called Hatches in Braintree. My manor or messuage called Jenkins to my wife, for her life, and after her decease to my son Thomas. Sir William Maxey, knight, my worthy friend. My cousin James Heron Esq. My mother In law Mrs. Mary Clarke. My sisters Mary Lingwood and Dorothy Filioll. My cousin and god daughter Susan Lingwood. Mrs. Catherine Mawditt. My wife to be sole executrix. I do earnestly entreat Sir William Maxey, knight, and my cousin Heron to be supervisors.
Among the witnesses were Fulke Wodhull and W. Lyngwood.
1642
Kinsman Samuel Hustler of Bury St Edmonds gen and ELizabeth his wife. (E)Maxey? Reference made to deed of gift to said wife bearing date 20 Jun 1642. Brother n law Henry MaxeyEsq. Frien Mr Thomas
Manwood. Sir William Maxey(whos mansion house is called Bradwell Hall in Essex
Mary Clarke of Bocking, Essex, widow, 4 September 1630, proved 1 June 1633. My body to be buried in the Chancel of Bradwell. The poor of Bradwell, Booking and Stisted. My loving brother Sir William Maxey, knight, my son in law John Nodes, gen1. My daughter Nodes. My daughter Dorothy Wilsmore. I give to my son William Clarke four pounds and to his two sons twenty shillings apiece. To my grandchild Elizabeth Wilson twenty shillings. To my grandchild and god daughter Mary Wilson twelve pounds, my silver spoon and my wedding ring. To my grandchild Dorothy Wilson thirty shillings and my little ring. To my grandchild John Wilson twenty shillings and I forgive him five pounds which he oweth me. To my grandchild Thomas Wilson three pounds. To my cousin Mr. Bryan Tuke forty shillings. To William Lingwood gen’, and Mary his wife, my god daughter, twenty shillings apiece. Mr. Normington of Bradwell to preach at my burial. Four of Sir William Maxey’s men to carry my body to church to be buried. My grandchild Mary Wilson to be executrix and William Lyngwood supervisor.
of Etton’. Witnesses:—Hugh de Sulgrave, William de Makeseye, Adam Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. Monday, the feast of St. Peter ad vincula 19 Edward III., 1345.

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