Herefordshire Wills

Abstracts of Herefordshire Probate Records

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Unless otherwise stated, original copies of Wills dated prior to 1858 are usually found in the appropriate Diocesan Record Office for the court where the Will was proved - for Herefordshire, this is the Hereford Record Office. Wills which were proved in the Archdeaconry of Brecon may be found at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth. Copies of Wills for which Probate was granted at the PCC (Prerogative Court of Canterbury) may be obtained via the National Archives Wills website.

Searches for, and Copies of Wills and Probate 1858-1996 may be obtained through via the Find a Will service, at local Registries, and sometimes on microfilm at County Record Offices. Further information on post-1858 Wills, may be found on the Government's Wills, Probate and Inheritance pages.

Abbreviations which may be used on this page are:-

(Ad) "Admon", or Letters of Administration.
(I) Inventory (a list of the deceased's goods, and their value)
(N) A Nuncupative Will is one declared by a legal representative, as being indicative
of the deceased's wishes, and will often refer to the Testator in the third person.
(#) Indicates the Will is a 'duplicate' - that is, more than one person has submitted an
abstract from the same original Will.
 * An asterisk against a surname indicates the Executor(s) of the Will, or, in the case
of Administration (Ad), the Administrator(s)
i/t/p "in the parish (of)".
CELF Chapel en le Frith (Derbyshire)
ECC Episcopal Consistory Court (Lichfield)
HCC Hereford Consistory Court
n.p. Notary Public
R&R Rest and Residue (a common expression in Wills)
The following may also be of use in the study of Wills generally:-

 

1542

ANDROWS
FREMON
HAREFELDD
PULLYNS
WOOD
FREMON als HAREFELLD, Elysabet - of Castle Frome, widow, 20 Oct ----.
daur Elyzabet, daur Augnete, son Richard FREMON.
Witnesses: Thomas WOOD,   Jacob PULLYNS,   Christopher ANDROWS.
Proved 1542 - Hereford; Ref FHL#91644.
NB: my 12th great grandmother - sjk

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1554

BEDOE
COKE
COLE
FLACHER
FLECHER
HOPPWOOD
MATHEW
PASSY
ROBERTS
SAYSSE
FLECHER, William - the elder of Staunton on Arrow, 1554.
son William FLECHER, grandson son of William;   dau Katerine the daughter of Richard SAYSSE.
Beneficiaries: Helen PASSY,   Jhoise MATHEW,   Kateryn COLE,   Margaret COKE widow,   Margery BEDOE.
Witnesses: Edward HOPPWOOD,   John FLACHER,   Elisabethe ROBERTS,   Cateryne COKE.

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1556

FREMAN
FREMORE
FREN
HATHEWA
UNET
FREMAN, Rychard - of Castyll Frome, 14 Oct 1556.
wife Elenor, eldest son John, younger son John, daur Margery;   sister Jane, systers Anne and Elysabet;   William UNET, gent and John HATHEWA.
Witnesses: Whyllyam FREN,   Whyllym FREMORE wth others.
Proved 1556 - Hereford; Ref FHL#91644.
NB: my 11 great grandfather - sjk

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1578

BARTON
BECKE
BURTON
COLLINES
FYLLS
HARPER
HAULE
HUBONDS
HUMFREY
MORGAN
NEWTON
PERRIN
SMITHE
STARKIE
TAYLOR
VARNALLS
VARNOLS
WEVER
FYLLS, Robert - parson, of Kingsland and Pembridge, 1578.
wife Rose.
Beneficiaries: Sir John HUBONDS knight,   Anne STARKIE,   Elizabeth SMITHE,   Anne TAYLOR, Thomas TAYLOR,   William MORGAN,   Antonye COLLINES,   Richard NEWTON,   John TAYLOR,   Margaret WEVER,   kitchen boy John SMITHE,   John HARPER Surgeon,   John BURTON,   Richard VARNALLS curate,   Laurence MORGAN of Ludlowe,   cousin Dr HUMFREY's wife.
Executors: wife Rose, Mr Lawrence BECKE of Ludlowe,   John TAYLOR.
Overseer: Sir John HUBONDS knight.
Witnesses: Richard NEWTON,   Richard VARNOLS curate,   John HARPER surgeon alias PERRIN,   John BARTON,   Thomas TAYLOR,   Thomas HAULE clerk.

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1578

BARTON
BECKE
BURTON
COLLINES
FYLLS
HARPER
HAULE
HUBONDS
HUMFREY
MORGAN
NEWTON
PERRIN
SMITHE
STARKIE
TAYLOR
VARNALLS
VARNOLS
WEVER
FYLLS, Robert - parson of Kingsland & Pembridge, 16 Oct 1578. (#)
to be buried in Kingsland chancel;   to Sir John HUBONDS knight;   to Anne STARKIE & Elizabeth SMITHE & Anne TAYLOR;   to Thomas TAYLOR & William TAYLOR;   to William MORGAN to pay HARPER of the Stockes;   to Antony COLLINES;   to Richard NEWTON - the gresell colte & 2 kine & Carious Chronicles & Flores Doctorum & a great Bible of St.Jeromes & Eliot's Dictionarie & Marlorate & my Decades of Bullinger & the French Bible & I desire Dr HUMFREY to take him into his service;   to John TAYLOR;   to Margaret WEVER - providing she be diligent in attendance on my wife during her years of apprenticeship;   to my kitchen boy John SMITHE;   to John HARPER (my surgeon) - my Paracelsian Still & Dodins Herball;   to John BURTON - my plover net;   my other books to my curate Richard VARNALLS;   to Laurence MORGAN of Ludlow - my English Geneva Bible;   to my cousin Dr HUMFREY's wife;   rest to Rose* (my wife);   she and Mr Lawrence BECKE* of Ludlow & John TAYLOR* to be executors.
Overseer: Sir John HUBONDS knight.
Witnesses: Richard NEWTON &   Richard VARNOLS curate &   John HARPER surgeon alias PERRIN &   John BARTON &   Thomas TAYLOR &   Thomas HAULE clerk.
Will dated 16 Oct 1578. Proved at Hereford.

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1606

BADLAND
FLETCHER
GARNONS
GITTOE
ROGERS
FLETCHER, John - of Staunton on Arrow, yeoman, 7 Jul 1604. (sick in body)
to be buried at Staunton church;   to Hugh FLETCHER - my wains and other appurtenances of husbandry to discharge heriots due;   to my brother in law John BADLAND - 40s of the £5 he owes me, the other £3 to my wife Margerie and 20s. which my late brother in law Roger BADLAND deceased owed me;   to my son Hugh FLETCHER - part of my muck or soil leaving my said wife houseroom etc;   to the children of my said son Hugh FLETCHER - 1 acre at the oversight of Andrew GARNONS clerk;   to Hereford cathedral - 12d.;   I forgive my brother Walter FLETCHER and also Walter ROGERS half of what they owe me;   the rest of goods etc to Margery* (my wife);   to Andrew GARNONS clerk - 6s 8d. for writing my will.
Debtors: John GITTOE of Cusop - 7s.;   John BADLAND - £4.
Overseer: my brother in law John BADLAND.
Witnesses: Andrew GARNONS clerk,   John BADLAND,   Myles BADLAND, with others.
Proved Hereford 17 Oct 1606.

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1617

ADDYS
BAYLIES
DREW
FOX
HOPTON
JONES
MACE
PECK
SCULL
TROVELL
WEAVER
FOX, Edmund - of Leightons Court, Much Cowarne, Esq, 7 Apr 1617.
"To be buried Much Cowarne";   son and heir Charles FOX - land at Hereford;   wife Anne;   2nd son Edward FOX - land in Salop;   daurs Jane FOX and Martha FOX;   youngest son Edmonde FOX - tenement now in tenure of Myles SCULL and Margaret in right of Margaret for her life;   2 sons in law Richard WEAVER, gent and Robert PECK, gent;   daurs Dorothey FOX and Anne FOX;   servant Joseph TROVELL,   my messuage or tent now in tenure of William MACE.
Witnesses: Charles FOX,   John ADDYS,   Griffith JONES,   James BAYLIES,   Edward FOX,   Joseph TROVELL.
For 16£ he gave Richard HOPTON, Esq. his shar in a pasture in Yarkhill now in tenure of Thomas DREW dcsd and now in Anthony DREW.
Proved 12 Jul 1617 - PCC 72; Waldon.

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1618

CALDECOTT
DAVIES
FREEMAN
GARRALL
GARROLL
MANFIELD
NICHOLS
RALIGNE
RALINGES
SYMONS
WALWINE
FREEMAN, Joyce - of Homelacie, Heref, widow.
To be buried at Homelacie;   Elenor GARROLL;   William FREEMAN of Dormington;   Phillip GARRALL;  
Bond from Roger NICHOLS;   George RALIGNE of Hereford, baker;   John DAVIES of Homelacie;   son Savaker FREEMANs children;   Mary SYMONS of Homelacie;   Nicholas WALWINE of Longworth;   godson John FREEMAN;   William RALINGES daur.
Witnesses: MANFIELD/ CALDECOTT/ DAVIES.
Proved 1618 - PCC; Ref FHL#92076 PCC 1618/#102.

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1622

ADAMS
ADDAMS
ANWELL
BADLAND
BEDDOE
BEDOES
BIRD
BIRDE
BLANEY
BRADSHAWE
BYRD
CAMELL
COLLINS
DAVID
DAVIES
EVAN
FLETCHER
GITTOES
GREENELEY
GRIFFITH
HAMNONS
HOPKINS
HOWLE
HULLINS
JONES
KARYE
KNOKE
LEWES
LEWIS
LINGEN
LOUKE
LOWKE
LUCAS
LYDE
MADOCKS
MATHEWS
MEREDITH
MUNDE
OWEN
POWELL
POWLTER
PRICE
RICKARDS
RUNDLE
SHEENE
SMITH
SMYTHE
THOMAS
VICARES
WELLINS
WILLIAMS
WOODHOUSE
FLETCHER, Thomas - of Combe, gent, 23 Jan 1621/2.
to Presteigne church 6s.8d.;   to John FLETCHER* my 2nd son a messuage in Combe called Banners etc to him & his heirs male: if none then to my 3rd son Thomas FLETCHER & his heirs male: if none then to my 4th son Hugh FLETCHER* & his heirs male etc: if none then to James FLETCHER my eldest son for life & then to John FLETCHER my grandchild & his heirs male;   to Jane my now wife £30 annuity from meadows in Presteigne by Luggside adjoining Pemridgeing & 2 parcels near Broken Crosse in Presteigne & Luggemeadow late land of John BLANEY gent & 2 closes purchased from John BRADSHAWE esquire & Harp Close from Michael VICARES gent & Broomy Close bought from John RUNDLE of Aymestrey & a messuage in Hereford Street, Presteigne, which Rees GRIFFITH now dwells in & 2 parcels near Broken Crosse for her life;   to James FLETCHER my eldest son a half messuage where Griffith ap EVAN dwells in & a half messuage which Ambrose DAVIES now dwells in in Presteigne & a close in Presteigne between Clatterbrook & lane to Radnor now in possession of Benjamin WILLIAMS & Morris ap DAVID, & 2 closes under Corton in possession of John BLANEY for life then to John FLETCHER my grandson his eldest son etc (entailed)
Whereas William WOODHOUSE the elder of Staunton father in law to James FLETCHER my eldest son mortgaged a messuage in Over Staunton, Stansbatch, Mowley & Wapleys Eves where said William dwells to William BADLAND of Lyndley [Linley, Shropshire] for £30: if William WOODHOUSE discharge it & assure it to my son James & Elizabeth his wife, William WOODHOUSE's daughter, I give her £20;   to Thomas FLETCHER my 3rd son £200;   to Hugh FLETCHER my 4th son £100 & a messuage in New Radnor & an estate leased from Francis POWELL clerk & Joan POWELL his sister for 80 years (entailed);   to the 4 children of James FLETCHER my eldest son 40 marks when 16;   to Thomas SMITH son of John SMITH my son in law £5 & £16 to his 4 children when 16;   to the 2 sons of John PRICE my son in law £10 when 16;   to Elizabeth daughter of my son in law John POWLTER £5;   to the children of Jane my now wife the corn in the barn & fields at Burrington;   to Ann MATHEWS & Jane MATHEWS my wife's daughters £10;   to John FLETCHER my 2nd son plate etc;   to John LOUKE's children £3;   to William BIRD clerk vicar of Burrington 30s.;   to my wife horses, householdstuff & husbandry implements at Burrington;   to Nicholas MEREDITH the younger &   John KNOKE 5 marks.
Overseers: Nicholas MEREDITH the younger &   John SMITH &   John PRICE &   John KNOKE.
Witnesses: William BYRD clerk &   Nicholas MEREDITH &   Richard SMYTHE &   John LOWKE &   Edward JONES &   Thomas SHEENE &   Griffith ap DAVID &   John KNOKE &   John HAMNONS &   William BIRDE junior.
Codicil: 28 Jan 1621. Francis BLANEY gent mortgaged £100 to me;   to Joan THOMAS my maid 10s. for her pains in my sickness;   to Francis WELLINS of Burrington 16s. in hands of John ADAMS of Staunton.
Debtors: William ANWELL &   Hugh LEWIS of Dolley &   John GITTOES & Peter GITTOES &   Mathew MADOCKS &   John BLANEY &   John LEWES &   … FLETCHER &   Francis CAMELL &   Morris ap DAVID &   Ambrose DAVIES &   Olyver HOWLE &   Meredith ap OWEN (if he will release John PRICE, James FLETCHER & Edward GREENELEY of a specie, I forgive him £5) &   John MUNDE &   Francis RICKARDS &   Rickard ANWELL &   Thomas PRICE gent &   John LUCAS of Tenbury &   John HULLINS &   John HOPKINS &   … BEDDOE &   John BEDOES &   Mr KARYE &   John COLLINS of Presteigne &   Richard LYDE &   Mr Ralfe LINGEN &   John ADDAMS.
Proved (PCC) 12 Apr 1622 by John FLETCHER his son. TNA Ref: PROB 11/139 f32.

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1641

ARUNDELL
COWELL
FARMER
FREEMAN
GRIFFITH
HOPLEY
JONES
TAYLOR
TOMKINS
TURNER
UNETT
WEBLEY
FREEMAN, John - of Castle Frome, 2 May 1638.
John FREEMAN the son of my son Franncis FREEMAN;   John TOMKINS the son of my cozen Edward TOMKINS;   my cozen John ARUNDELL;   Franncis FREEMAN the son of my son Franncis FREEMAN;   William WEBLEY the son of my cozen William WEBLEY;   Anne TAYLOR the daur of my daur Magaret and Symon TAYLOR her brother;   cozen Margarett GRIFFITH,   cozen John FARMER;   cozen Ellinor COWELL and John ARUNDELL her father;   my servant Katherine TOMKINS;   cozen John TURNER;   John, Richard, Margery, and & Mary WEBLEY;   Elizabeth TOMKINS the daur of my cozen Edward TOMKINS;   daur Margarett HOPLEY;   Anthony JONES, Clerk;   sonne in law John ARUNDELL.
Witnesses: Thomas UNETT,   Anthony JONES, clerk.
Proved 1641 - PCC; Ref FHL#92150 - PCC/1641:100.
NB: my 10th great grandfather - sjk

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1651

FREEMAN
MARRETT
WALLWINE
WALLWYN
WHEELER
FREEMAN, William - of Dormington, 17 Apr 1645.
daur Margaret FREEMAN - 20£, son John FREEMAN - 10£;   {grandchildren} Joane and Susann WHEELER my daur Marie's children;   daur Marie WHEELER.
Witnesses: Eust: WALLWYN,   Alexander WALLWINE,   Tho: MARRETT, clerk.
Proved 10 May 1651 - HCC; Ref FHL#92180.

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1652

FREEMAN
SYMONDS
FREEMAN, Robert - of Bushey, Worcs, 12 Dec 1651. (N)
To Anne his wife.
See 22 Nov 1696 Thomas SYMONDS in will of Anne SYMONDS als FREEMAN.
Proved 1652 - PCC; Ref FHL#92185 - PCC/1652: Folio 73.

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1653

BROTHERTON
FREEMAN
JONES
NOTT
ROBER
FREEMAN, Elizabeth - of Clifton upon Teame, widow, 25 Jun 1652.
John JONES and his wife;   the children of my son William BROTHERTON;   children of John ROBER;   son Richard BROTHERTON;   children of John JONES and Anne his wife;   Susanna daur of my deceased son Thomas BROTHERTON.
Witnesses: Walter BROTHERTON,   Thomas NOTT.
Proved 23 May 1653 - PCC/Folio 80; Ref FHL#92190.

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1653

BLIZARDS
FREEMAN
MERRETT
POWELL
ROBERTS
WRIGHT
FREEMAN, Elianor - of Teuxburie, Gloucs, spinster, 29 Apr 1653.
deare mother;   goode aunt Mrs. Margarett POWELL;   brother Bennett FREEMAN, sister Margaret;   cousin John FREEMAN my deceased brothers son (not 21);   cousin Thomas ROBERTS of Cheltenham and to his son in law George ROBERTS;   my sister Mary.
Witnesses: Edward WRIGHT,   Wm MERRETT,   Joane BLIZARDS,   Thomas ROBERTS.
Proved 21 Jun 1653 - PCC/Folio 346; Ref FHL#92195.
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00173 - rrl

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1659

ADDIS
BACH
COLEMAN
COLENS
FREEMAN
POWEL
FREEMAN, Thomas - of Kingsland, 26 Jan 1658.
son Richard FREEMAN - my house at Lawton;   grandchildren: Joane BACH, Anne BACH, Mary BACH, Lucy BACH;   brother William FREEMAN;   Anne and Jane ADDIS;   my now wife Jane FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Wm POWEL,   John COLENS,   Thos COLEMAN,   John ADDIS.
Proved 24 Jun 1659 - PCC; Ref FHL#92258 - PCC 300; Pell.

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1660

AILWAY
ALCOTT
ARRANDELL
FENNE
FREEMAN
HOPLEY
SAWIER
FREEMAN, Francis - the elder of the Froggen in parish of Castle Froom, 15 Jan 1658.
loving wife Sarah FREEMAN;   To every of my younger children, sonnes and daughters;   sonne Francis FREEMAN;   grandchild Francis FREEMAN: the sonne of Francis FREEMAN my sonne;   sister HOPLEY (iff shee mee survive);   rest of my grandchildren now living;   eldest sonne and heir apparent John FREEMAN;   brother in law John ARRANDELL;   neighbor William SAWIER.
Witnesses: John ALCOTT,   Isa: AILWAY,   Margaret FENNE.
Proved 1 Aug 1660 - PCC; Ref FHL#92267.
NB: my 9th great grandfather - sjk

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1661

FLECHER
FLETCHER
GARWEY
FLETCHER, Roger - of Stanton on Arrow, yeoman, 21 Aug 1661.
to my 2nd son Silvester FLECHER;   to my son James FLECHER;   to my grandchild Roger FLECHER;   to my son James's 2 daughters: Anne & Elizabeth;   to my grandchild Mary FLECHER;   to my goddaughter Joan GARWEY;   to my wife Alles FLECHER*;  
Witnesses: Silvester FLECHER &   Richard GARWEY &   Thomas FLECHER &   William FLECHER.
Proved at Hereford 31 Aug 1661.

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1663

BARTON
FAWKES
FAWLKE
HALL
HOPTON
LOGGAN
FAWKES, Richard - of Cradley, yeoman, 18 May 1661.
to Amy my wife freeholds in Cradley for life;   to John FAWLKE* my son & heir 2 corn-mills & lands bought from James HOPTON esquire in Cradley in possession of John LOGGAN, etc: for life & then to his wife, & then to his heirs;   to my kinsman Richard FAWLKE;   rest to Amy*.
Overseer: Richard FAWLKE.
Witnesses: William BARTON &   William HALL.
Proved (PCC) 4 Jul 1663. TNA Ref: PROB 11/311 f92.

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1667

FLETCHER
LAWRENCE
MENHEIRE
PHILLIPS
WILDISH
WOODHOUSE
FLETCHER, James - of Stanton upon Arrow, yeoman, 16 Sep 1667 [10 Chas II]
land in my possession & that of William MENHEIRE gent, lord of manor of Staunton, Thomas WILDISH gent & Alexander PHILLIPS to Joane my wife for life and then to my eldest son Roger who is to keep my eldest daughter Ann;   messuage in hands for life of my mother in law Alice FLETCHER to my eldest son Roger to keep my daughter Elizabeth when 21, my son Thomas when 21.
Witnesses: William LAWRENCE &   Thomas WOODHOUSE &   William PHILLIPS.
Proved at Hereford 10 Oct 1667 by Joane FLETCHER widow.

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1669

ADDIS
FREEMAN
PERRY
WALL
FREEMAN, Henry - of Kingsland, 6 May 1659.
"To be buried at Kingsland";   eldest sonn John (not 21), sonn Henry (not 21),   daurs Anne, Joane and Jane;   wife Anne.
Witnesses: Dorothy ADDIS,   John PERRY,   Bartho: WALL.
Proved 4 Mar 1669 - HCC; Ref FHL#91589.

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1670

COWFIELD
FERRINGTON
FREEMAN
PREECE
RUBERY
WALSH
WANKLIN
WYNDE
FREEMAN, John - of Luston, 24 Jun 1658.
Owe to Charles FERRINGTON by bond;   David PREECE - 4£ I owe him;   son in law John COWFIELD;   brother Thomas RUBERY;   John FREEMAN the son of Symon FREEMAN;   wife.
Witnesses: Thomas WANKLIN,   William WYNDE,   D.. WALSH.
Proved 10 Mar 1670 - HCC; Ref FHL#91589.

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1670

BARRETT
BULLOCK
DALLEY
FIFIELD
FYFEILD
HALL
HOPTON
SKINNER
WOODIATT
FYFEILD, William - of Cradley, yeoman, 15 Mar 1668/9.
to poor of Cradley;   to my wife Anne FIFIELD goods & £500 out of which to pay our son William FIFIELD £100 when 21 & our daughter Anne FIFIELD £350;   to my wife goods in house at Acton Beauchamp & in house at Cradley;   to my sister in law Margaret FIFIELD widow & hwer children 20s. each;   to John WOODIATT my son in law £20 for his children;   to Elizabeth HALL my daughter & her children & her husband William HALL £20;   to my daughter in law Joane FIFIELD widow messuage, Sowters, in Cradley leased for 1000 years from James HOPTON esquire;   she to pay her son William FIFIELD;   to Anne FIFIELD spinster my daughter Joan's daughter £40;   to 3 children of my grandchild William FIFIELD £10;   to Mary FIFIELD my daughter;   to Rowland BARRETT my godson;   to John DALLEY my servant;   to my son Richard FIFIELD* lands in Cradley.
Overseers: William HALL the elder gent of Cradley &   my friend Edmund SKINNER clerk.
Witnesses: Cha: HALL &   Hugh BULLOCK &   William HALL.
Proved (PCC) 3 Sep 1670. TNA Ref: PROB 11/333.

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1671

FIFIELD
FYFIELD
HALL
LONGE
OLIVER
STOKES
WOODDIATT
FIFIELD, Joan - of Cradley, 13 Mar 1670.
son William FYFIELD, grandchild William FYFIELD son of above son William,   grandchild John FYFIELD another son of son William,   grandchild Elizabeth FYFIELD a daur of William;   goddaur Elizabeth LONGE.
Bond of 3£ 10s. from my brother William HALL to James HALL son of above William HALL and my godson;   godson William FYFIELD son of my brother in law Richard FYFIELD;   godson William STOKES son of my brother in law Richard STOKES.
Executor: son in law John WOODDIATT.
Witnesses: Anne OLIVER and William HALL.
Proved 15 May 1671 - HCC; Ref FHL#91589.

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1672

BARRY
BURCH
FREEMAN
HARTLAND
MATHAS
MERRICK
MERRICKE
REES
REESE
FREEMAN, Joane - of Upton Bishop, widow, 26 Jan 1672.
brother Richard REESE of Tarrington,   lease land in Tedeswood, Upton Bishop;   cozen Richard REES his fower children begotten of his 1st wife;   Ann REESE eldest daur of cozen Richard REESE of Tarrington,   Jone REESE the 2nd daur of cozen Richard REESE;   Elizabeth REESE wife of Thomas REESE of Stoke Yede;   Margarett MATHAS;   William MATHAS the younger of Upton Bishop;   Joane BURCH the youngest daur of Wm BURCH of Oxhill, Gloucs;   Mary MATHAS daur of Wm MATHAS of the Woodhouse, Upton Bishop;   Anne MERRICK wife of John MERRICK of Upton Bishop;   William REESE eldest son of cozen Richard REESE;   Margaret BARRY youngest daur of John BARRY of Upton Bishop;   5 children of cozen Richard REESE;   cozen John HARTLAND of city of Oxford;   Wm MERRICKE sonne of John MERICK of Upton Bishop.
Witnesses: Mary HARTLAND and John BARRY.
Proved 21 Mar 1672 - HCC; Ref FHL#91590.

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1674

DAVIES
FLECHER
FLETCHER
GARNER
POUGHNILL
FLETCHER, William - the elder of Titley, yeoman, 6 Feb 1675 [New Style]
to be buried Tytley;   to my eldest son John*;   to my daughter Elizabeth wife of William GARNER;   to my son William;   to my son Hugh*;   to my daughter Elinor's 6 children;   to John FLETCHER's 4 children;   to my grandchildren: John, William, Thomas & Elizabeth POUGHNILL.
Witnesses: Andrew DAVIES clerk &   William FLECHER the younger &   Elizabeth POUGHNILL.
Proved at Hereford 12 Mar 1674/.

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1674

FREEMAN
PAINE
PROSSER
UNETT
FREEMAN, William - of citie of Hereford, 1 Feb 1673.
wife Mary FREEMAN - 40£;   Money I have laid out upon land of Mr. William UNETT in parish of Putley.
Witnesses: William PROSSER,   Ja: PAINE.
Proved 13 Jun 1674 - Hereford Deanery; Ref FHL#91718.

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1674

ANSLOW
BERNARD
CLOUGH
COLE
DAVIES
DAVIS
EDWARDS
FENTON
FREEMAN
HARRIES
KETTLEBYE
LAWRENCE
LEWES
LEWIS
PIERCE
PLOWDEN
REIGNOLDS
SHARLETON
FREEMAN, Thomas - of Ludlowe, 28 May 1672.
deare mother Mrs.Beatrice FREEMAN;   brother in law Dr. PIERCE: his wife my sister Mrs. Joyce FREEMAN;   brother in law Mr. John LAWRENCE and his son Robert;   Richard SHARLETON and his wife and children;   Mrs. Thomas HARRIES her son;   Mrs. Mary PLOWDEN;   Mr. CLOUGH and his wife and 2 daurs;   Fraunces PLOWDEN;   cozen Edmund ANSLOW;   Ralph FENTON and his wife;   John EDWARDS and his wife;   Richard COLE the elder, wife, sons and daurs;   cozen Henry BERNARD;   Thomas LEWIS: wife and daur;   Edward DAVIES: wife and daur;   Griffith REIGNOLDS;   John BERNARD of Broad Rissington, Gloucs;   James KETTLEBYE of Stapleston Hall, Salop.
Witnesses: Thomas LEWES,   Edward DAVIS,   Gi. REIGNOLDS.
Proved 17 Sep 1674 - HCC; Ref FHL#91590.

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1675

FREEMAN
GITTOES
JONES
RAVENHILL
FREEMAN, Richard - of the Hasle, Mounsley, 20 Apr 1675.
Interred at Castle Froome Church;   eldest son John FREEMAN;   3 younger children Richard, Susanna, Elizabeth FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Jane GITTOES,   John JONES,   John FREEMAN,   Thos. RAVENHILL.
Proved 2 Jul 1675 - HCC; Ref FHL#91590.

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1678

COMBY
COULRICH
FREEMAN
SMITH
FREEMAN, Gilbert - of Tenbury, 25 Nov 1678.
wife Anne, daur Mary.
Witnesses: Jane SMITH,   John COMBY,   Tho COULRICH, jun.
Proved 27 Jan 1678 - HCC; Ref FHL#91591.

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1680

FREEMAN
PERKINS
ROGERS
FREEMAN, John - of Thetson Wever, Herefs, gent, 19 Oct 1680.
"if I die within parish of Waltham Abbey where now sick";   brother Thomas FREEMAN;   already settled portions upon most of my children eldest son Thomas FREEMAN, son Mathew FREEMAN,   daur Anne PERKINS,   sons William FREEMAN and John FREEMAN;   grandchildren Mary and Margery ROGERS (not 21);   son Edmond FREEMAN;   wife Margery.
Proved 4 Nov 1680 - PCC; Ref FHL#92330 - PCC/1680: Folio 145.

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1682

FREEMAN
HADDOCK
HORRINGTON
MUND
PLEVEY
REA
STALLARD
FREEMAN, Margaret - of Bewdley, 12 Dec 1682.
daur Deborah PLEVEY;   Henry HADDOCK;   William STALLARD;   daur Sarah HORRINGTON,   son Richard FREEMAN;   Goods belonging to Simon HORRINGTON.
Witnesses: Philip MUND,   Roger REA.
Proved 6 Feb 1682 - HCC; Ref FHL#91591.

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1682

FREEMAN
PLEAVY
FREEMAN, Richard - the elder of Bewdley, 12 Jul 1681.
wife Margaret - Ribsford land;   son Richard FREEMAN;   daur Sarah, daur Deborah wife of John PLEAVY.
Proved 29 May 1682 - HCC; Ref FHL#91591.

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1682

FOLLIOT
HALL
HASELOCK
TAYLER
TOMKINS
FOLLIOT als HASELOCK als HALL als TOMKINS, Isabell - late of Martin Hussintree. (Ad)
Bond by Guthlake FOLLIOT (the nephew) of Martin Hussingtree,   William TAYLER of St. John Bed, Worcs and Richd HALL of Worcs, gent.
Admon 20 Jul 1682 - Worcs.

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1683

ADDIS
COLEMAN
FREEMAN
LUGGER
NEWLAR
PEERCE
FREEMAN, Jane - of Kingsland, widow, 29 Oct 1683.
son John ADDIS;   daur Anne PEERCE;   Richard PEERCE;   daur Jane NEWLAR and her husband John NEWLAR.
Witnesses: John COLEMAN,   Richard COLEMAN,   Walter LUGGER.
Proved 13 Dec 1683 - HCC; Ref FHL#91592.

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1685

FREEMAN
HICKMAN
PRICE
FREEMAN, John - of Luston in Eye, 9 Nov 1684.
wife Anne;   son John (unmarried), daur Thomasin FREEMAN (not 21),   daur Anne (not 26), sonne Francis FREEMAN - Deanefield .. sonn Simon FREEMAN, sonn Benjamin FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Walter PRICE,   Thomas PRICE,   John HICKMAN.
Proved 28 Apr 1685 - HCC; Ref FHL#91592.

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1686

BROWNE
CORNEWALL
FREEMAN
TANGETT
FREEMAN, Francis - of Bishops Froome. (Ad)
Troth FREEMAN of Bishops Froome (the relict),   John FREEMAN of same,   Richard TANGETT of St. Nicholas, Hereford.
Inventory by: Jo: BROWNE,   John FREEMAN,   Ric: CORNEWALL, 22 Mar 1685.
Admon 24 Apr 1686 - HCC; Ref FHL#91697.
NB: my 8th great grandfather - sjk

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1686

EDWARDS
FREEMAN
MATHIES
MATTHEWS
MELLICHAMPP
MEREDITH
MILLICHAMPP
WALL
FREEMAN, Anne - of Presteigne, Radnor, widow, 15 Apr 1681.
kinswoman Katherine WALL living with me as servant;   2 sons Richard MILLICHAMPP and Nicholas MILLICHAMPP;   friends Hugh MATTHEWS;   kinsman Richard MELLICHAMPP of Bristoll, Apothecary.
Witnesses: MEREDITH,   Hugh MATHIES,   Ri: MILLICHAMPP,   Mary EDWARDS, widow.
Proved 26 May 1686 - HCC; Ref FHL#91592.

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1687

FREEMAN
HALL
WATT
WOOD
FREEMAN, William - of Suckley, 6 Apr 1687.
sonne Charles FREEMAN;   wife Elizabeth.
Witnesses: Edward WATT,   Ann WOOD, Tho: WOOD.
Inventory by: James HALL,   John HALL,   Edward WATT, 14 Apr 1687.
Proved 7 May 1687 - HCC; Ref FHL#98158.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1688

BROWNE
FREEMAN
HANCOCKS
MEREDITH
FREEMAN, Francis - of Castle Froome & Ashperton. (Ad)
John FREEMAN, Sr of Castle Froome (the father),   John FREEMAN of Froom Bishop,   Richard BROWNE of Cath Cott in Froom Bishop.
Inventory by: Edward HANCOCKS,   Abednigo MEREDITH, 1688.
Admon 5 Feb 1688 - HCC; Ref FHL#91698.
NB: My 1st cousin 9th removed - sjk

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1689

FREEMAN
ORCOPP
ORVINGE
ROSSE
THORNBURGH
FREEMAN, Bellingham - of Whitbourne. (Ad)
To Elizabeth FREEMAN (the relict) of Whitborne;   Edward ROSSE of Suckley;   George ORCOPP of Suckley.
Inventory by: John THORNBURGH,   Edward ROSSE,   George ORVINGE?, 20 June 1689.
Admon 29 Oct 1689 - HCC; Ref FHL#91698.
NB: my 7th great grand uncle - sjk

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1690

BROWN
FREEMAN
HALL
LONG
NASH
RAVENHILL
UNETT
FREEMAN, John - of Castle Froome, 28 Oct 1686.
Francis UNETT, Esq. Dcsd by indenture of demise dated on or about 12 Mar 1668 gave land to me which I signed over to Francis FREEMAN, gent my late brother and to William HALL of Cradley, gent in trust;   daur Mary NASH late the wife of John NASH dcsd;   youngest son Francis FREEMAN;   eldest son John FREEMAN;   daur in law Mary wife of the said John;   son in law Richard BROWN.
Witnesses: Richard LONG,   Marie HALL,   Tho: RAVENHILL.
Proved 4 Feb 1690 - HCC; Ref FHL#91593.
NB: my 8th great grand uncle - sjk

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1694

FIFIELD
FYFIELD
HALES
HASSEY
LONG
PULLEN
SMITH
STOKES
WOODIATT
FIFIELD, Richard - of Cradley, 4 Nov 1690.
son Francis FIFIELD lands which my father, William FIFIELD bought of George SMITH being in Cradley {in} occupation of John HALES;   wife Joyce, mother of the said Francis;   Lands bought of John PULLEN,   lands purchased of cozen William FYFIELD called HASSEY's Meadow;   son John FIFIELD - 15£;   daur Anne WOODIATT - 5£,   grandaurs Anne and Sarah WOODIATT, daurs of above Anne - 5£ ea;   son William FIFIELD - 5£;   godchildren - 12 pence;   son Richard FIFIELD - 10 shillings.
Witnesses: Edmund SMITH,   Lucy STOKES,   Rich: LONG.
Proved 14 May 1694 - HCC.

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1694

BADHAM
EVANS
FREEMAN
POOLE
RAWLINGS
WOOD
FREEMAN, Richad - the elder of Stretton Grandison, 3 May 1694.
son Richard, son's wife Anne, their eldest son;   son John, son in law Robert BADHAM;   daur Margaret WOOD.
Witnesses: James POOLE,   Richard RAWLINGS,   Susan EVANS.
Proved 25 May 1694 - HCC; Ref FHL#91594.

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1695

FLETCHER
KNIGHT
SAVAKER
FLETCHER, John - of Mowley, 3 Jun 1695.
to be buried Titley;   to my son Francis*;   to my daughter Hannah;   to my nephew Joseph KNIGHT.
Witnesses: Thomas … &   Thomas SAVAKER.
Proved at Hereford 11 Jul 1695.

Contact: Michael Faraday

 

1698

FIFIELD
FYFIELD
LONG
MARRETT
NOTT
PALMER
SMITH
WOODYATT
FIFIELD, Joyce - of Cradley, 8 Jun 1694.
son Richard FYFIELD - 20s.,   son John FIFIELD - 5£, son Francis FIFIELD - 4£;   daur Anne PALMER - 20s.;   grandaur Anne WOODYATT 2£, grandaur Sarah WOODYATT 2£;   kinswoman Sarah NOTT - 10s.;   my 4 sons and my daur;   kinsman Richard LONG of the Hales End.
Witnesses: Edmund SMITH,   Elizabeth MARRETT,   John LONG.
Proved 21 Mar 1698 - HCC.

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1700

BADHAM
FREEMAN
GUTLLER
HETHERIDGE
FREEMAN, John - of Castle Froome. (Ad)
Elizabeth FREEMAN of Castle Froome (the relict);   Richard FREEMAN of Stretton Grandsome;   Robert GUTLLER? Of Hereford Citie, clothworker.
Inventory by: John BADHAM and Rich: HETHERIDGE, 8 Aug 1699.
Admon 7 Jun 1700 - HCC; Ref FHL#91703.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1713

DAVENPORT
FREEMAN
HARWARD
MORPLE
PINCKNEY
TOMPKINS
WILLIAMSON
FREEMAN, Jonathan - of St. Margaret, Westminster, Middx, oyleman, 29 Sep 1703.
dear wife Frances FREEMAN - my house in Hollywell street,   St. Clement Danes, Middx. now in possession of John WILLIAMSON;   brother George FREEMAN - the said house after wife's death;   children of brother Francis FREEMAN - 100£ equally divided;   40 shillings a year forever to Graycoat Hospital in Tuthill Fields,   Westminster or 40£ in lieu thereof at the discretion of my brother George FREEMAN for education of the children of the said hospital;   children of brother Francis FREEMAN - 200£ among them;   goddaughter Jane MORPLE - 50£;   cousin Troth TOMPKINS daur of my sister Eleanor TOMPKINS (Eleanor is my 7th great grandmother - sjk) - 25£;   the other 2 children of my sister Eleanor TOMPKINS ten pounds apiece;   the son of my brother William FREEMAN - 10£   to buy him a piece of plate.
Witnesses: Chris. DAVENPORT,   Phil: PINCKNEY,   Tho: HARWARD.
Proved 30 Mar 1713 - PCC; Ref FHL#92498 - PCC/1713:Folio 58.
NB: my 7th great grand uncle - sjk

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1713

BROWNE
FREEMAN
MEEKE
NASH
SLAUGHTER
STEPHENS
UNETT
FREEMAN, John - of the Froggend, Castle Froome, gent, 8 May 1704.
daur Mary - house known as Hanburyes which was purchased of John SLAUGHTER of Cheyneys Court in Bishops Froome and Edward SLAUGHTER his brother;   Also the Froggend als the Frogg poole held by lease from Robert UNETT, Esq.;   daur Elizabeth FREEMAN;   son in law Samuel MEEKE and Anne his wife;   grandsons John MEEKE and Samuel MEEKE, daur MEEKE;   deceased wife.
Witnesses: Jo: FREEMAN de Wellington,   Peter NASH,   Ric: BROWNE.
To Richard STEPHENS as executor of Mary FREEMAN.
Proved 4 Jul 1713 - PCC; Ref FHL#92500 - PCC/Folio 158.
NB: my 1st cousin 9th removed - sjk

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1713

BROWNE
DOWDING
FREEMAN
SLGUTHER
STEPHENS
FREEMAN, Mary - of the Frogend, Castle Froome, spinster, 10 May 1710.
sister Elizabeth FREEMAN;   Land purchased by my late father of John SLGUTHER at Haylemonds Froome at Bishops Froome.
Witnesses: Ri: BROWNE,   Jo: FREEMAN,   Mary DOWDING.
Proved 4 Jul 1713 by Richard STEPHENS husband of Elizabeth STEPHENS  als FREEMAN, dcsd. - PCC/Folio 188; Ref FHL#92500.
NB: my 2nd cousin 8th removed - sjk

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1714

APPERLEY
BENNETT
FREEMAN
FREEMAN, Richard - of Stretton Grandison, 12 Aug 1714.
wife Anne, son John FREEMAN, daur Elizabeth, son William FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Eliz. APPERLEY,   Richd BENNETT.
Proved 9 Sep 1714 - HCC; Ref FHL#91598.

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1716

FIFIELD
LOGGAN
WOODYATT
FIFIELD, Francis - of Cradley, tanner. (Ad)
by Catherine FIFIELD of Cradley (the relict),   William FIFIELD of same and William LOGGAN of same.
Inventory by: William FIFIELD,   Richard FIFIELD,   John WOODYATT, 23 Nov 1715.
Admon 13 Jun 1716 - HCC.

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1717

BERROW
CAMM
DOVELL
FISHER
FREEMAN
HODGES
HUGHES
JONES
MARPLE
MOORE
SLAUGHTER
TOMKINS
FREEMAN, Edward - of Clifton, Gloucs, 4 Aug 1716.
wife Catherine FREEMAN - Land at Clifton and Westbury on Trim;   Catharine FREEMAN daur of my nephew Francis FREEMAN of Bristol, gent.;   brother George FREEMAN and his 2 youngest daurs;   eldest daur of brother George: Mary;   nephew Francis FREEMAN;   brother Richard FREEMAN - land at Bishops Froome whereof I sometime since purchased of my kinsman John SLAUGHTER, gent (Richard now lives on this land at Bishops Froome);   the 3 children of my brother Richard FREEMAN;   brother and sister MARPLE and their 3 daurs;   brother William FREEMAN and his son;   sister FISHER and her eldest son John MOORE, gent and her only daur Anne HUGHES wife of ---HUGHES, gent,   and my sister FISHER's 2 youngest son, Francis and Richard FISHER;   kinswoman Eleanor TOMKINS (now living with me) and to her sister TOMKINS and her brother Francis TOMKINS (being sons and daurs of my late sister TOMKINS, dcsd);   brother John FREEMAN, his youngest son John FREEMAN and his 3 daurs;   brother Francis FREEMAN and his children (except his son Edward FREEMAN) ;   land called the Hill given by me to the said Edward FREEMAN;   Joyce JONES (niece of my first wife) and her children;   I engaged in suits of law with Mr. John HODGES.
Witnesses: Robert CAMM,   Henry BERROW,   Jno DOVELL?.
Proved 15 Jan 1717 - PCC; Ref FHL#92522 - PCC/Folio 7.
NB: my 7th great grand uncle - sjk
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00176 - rrl

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1718

BANKS
BATHURST
BERONIX
BERROW
BROMELL
CURTIS
D'OILY
EDGLEY
FREEMAN
HETHERSOLE
LINDFORD
STONER
TOMKINS
WEAVER
WELTENHALL
WINGFIELD
FREEMAN, Catherine - widow of Edward FREEMAN, Esq., late of Clifton, Gloucs, 31 Jan 1717.
Mrs. BERONIX daur of Francis BATHURST esq of Franks, Kent;   cousin Dorothie daur of Sir Edmund D'OILY Baronet of Norfolke;   Rev. Samuel D'OILY his aunt &   Mrs. WELTENHALL prayer book;   sister Anne wife of my brother William WINGFIELD;   cousin Mary daur to my cousin Francis STONER distiller in London and her sister Anne;   cousins Elizabeth and Mary BANKS - both married but husbands names unknown;   cousin Elizabeth WINGFIELD;   Catherine daur of Francis FREEMAN, gent of Bristol;   Edward FREEMAN, upholsterer in Bristol and to his sister Troth;   Mrs. Troth TOMKINS in Herefordshire;   Mrs. Eleanor TOMKINS now living with me [my 6th great grandmother - sjk];   servant Robert CURTIS,   my servant Elizabeth BROMELL;   Mrs. Mary WEAVER milliner in Bristol;   Mrs. Anne HETHERSOLE (if living);   Mrs. Mary wife of Francis FREEMAN, gent in Bristol;   dear and only brother Mr. William WINGFIELD of London.
Witnesses: Henry BERROW,   Jno LINDFORD,   Wm EDGLEY.
Codicil: 26 Apr 1718. Sister Mrs. Ann WINGFIELD,   Eleanor TOMKINS still living with her.
Proved 24 May 1718 - EPC of Bristol; Ref FHL#91336.
NB: wife to my 7th great grand uncle - sjk
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00172 - rrl

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1728

FREEMAN
FREEMAN, Lord Richard - High Chancelor of Ireland, 29 Sep 1709.
wife Ann - 1000£ (dead at proving of will);   daur Mary - 5000£ and 200£ at age 18 or mar;   daur Ann - 5500£ (at age 18 or mar);   son Richard.
Proved 15 Jul 1728 - PCC; Ref FHL#92598 - PCC/Folio 207.

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1730

FREEMAN
TAYLOR
FREEMAN, Richard - of Bishops Froome, 3 Jan 1727.
son Richard FREEMAN, wife Elizabeth;   son in law William TAYLOR and Elizabeth his wife.
Proved 12 May 1730; Ref FHL#91601.

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1731

BAYNHAM
FREEMAN
GRIFFITHS
HULL
JONES
OWENS
STREET
FREEMAN, Elizabeth - of Castle Froom, widow, 4 May 1730.
daur Susannah GRIFFITHS of the 5 Bridges, Much Cowarne;   Edmund BAYNHAM of Castle Froom;   3 daus Anne, Elizabeth, Susanna;   daur Anne JONES,   daur Elizabeth STREET.
Witnesses: Edward OWENS,   Margaret HULL.
Proved 30 Apr 1731 - HCC; Ref FHL#91602.
NB: wife to my 7th great grand uncle - sjk

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1731

BARNES
BAYLY
BRADFORD
CARPENTER
COLCOMB
CROFT
DEYOS
FISHER
FRYZER
GIFFOES
GREEN
HIRPKISS
LANE
LORD
MADDOCKS
NEWLAR
PAINE
PARKER
PARLOUR
PHILPOTT
ROGERS
ROSS
TRANNTER
TRINGHAM
WALSH
WEARE
WHETTON
WOODIN
FRYZER, Thomas - of City of Hereford, Gentleman, 18 Dec 1730.
Executors: grand daughters Elizabeth ROGERS & Sarah ROGER;   they also residual legatees.
Beneficiaries: nephews Thomas CARPENTER & George BRADFORD;   kinsmen/women Elizabeth NEWLAR and -blank- NEWLAR of Lawton;   Frances PARLOUR (widow);   Eleanor BARNES and her husband Revd Mr Thomas BARNES;   John CARPENTER of London.
Others Mentioned: the FRYZER family at Fields Place, Dilwyn;   Thomas BAYLY;   Mrs Anne WOODIN (wife of Revd Mr John WOODIN);   the eldest son of Widow PARKER of Widemarsh Street;   servants Elizabeth TRANNTER and Catherine TRINGHAM;   the poor of Dilwyn,   Hereford Charity School,   poor housekeeprs of All Saints parish Hereford.
Witnesses: R. WALSH,   William FISHER,   Jno: WEARE.
Bearers: Nicholas PHILPOTT Esqr.,   George GREEN Esqr.,   William MADDOCKS Esqr.,   Mr Theophilus LANE,   Mr Richard WALSH,   Mr James LORD,   Mr George HIRPKISS,   Mr John WEARE.
Others involved: Mr Herbt. CROFT,   -blank- DEYOS,   Widow GIFFOES,   John WHETTON,   Anne PAINE widow,   Thomas ROSS,   Thomas COLCOMB.
Probate granted Hereford Deanery court, 6 Dec 1731. HRO Ref: Film #122.

Contact: Alec Whitfield

 

1732

BICKERTON
BUTLER
COWELL
FREEMAN
GOWER
GRIFFITHS
SKINNER
SWIFT
FREEMAN, Mary - of Whitburne, spinster, 29 Oct 1731.
brother and sister FREEMAN;   brother and sister GRIFFITHS, nephew Thoams GRIFFITHS;   nephew John BICKERTON;   cozens Patience GOWER and William GOWER;   Mary BUTLER and Mary COWELL.
Witnesses: Cha: SWIFT and Mary SKINNER.
Proved 25 Oct 1732 by John FREEMAN - HCC; Ref FHL#91602.
NB: my 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk

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1733

BULLOCK
FYFEILD
HALES
SMITH
STOKES
FYFEILD, William - of Cradley, 10 Apr 1732.
wife Mary - lands called Stokering;   brother in law Joseph FYFEILD;   2 sisters Anne HALES and Alice BULLOCK - 5s. apiece.
Witnesses: Joseph STOKES,   Elizabeth SMITH,   James SMITH.
Proved 19 Sep 1733; Ref FHL#91602.

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1739

FREEMAN
HOMES
FREEMAN, Francis - of the Hill, Bishops Frome, 5 Nov 1730.
wife Jane FREEMAN;   youngest son William FREEMAN;   eldest son Francis FREEMAN of Upton upon Severn, Worcs;   2nd son Edward FREEMAN of the City of Bristol,   3rd son John FREEMAN of the City of Bristol.
Witnesses: Elianor HOMES wth others.
Proved 19 Nov 1739 - HCC; Ref FHL#91603 p.25.
NB: my 7th great grand uncle - sjk

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1740

FREEMAN
LAURENCE
PASCEY
RANDOLPH
FREEMAN, John - of St. Martin, Worcester, 15 Oct 1739.
2 daurs Anne and Sarah FREEMAN;   2 houses near Emicks Hill, Worcester.
Witnesses: Thos: LAURENCE,   Catrine PASCEY,   Thos. RANDOLPH.
Proved 19 Aug 1740 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98322.

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1743

ESSEX
FREEMAN
GYLES
MINCE
FREEMAN, Francis - of Stanford Court, Bishop Stanford, gent, 17 May 1739.
youngest son John FREEMAN;   Payment to one Mrs. Mary MINCE;   To my honoured father and mother during the term of their natural lives (living);   eldest son Edward FREEMAN;   respected friends John FREEMAN of Gaines, Hereford,   brother William FREEMAN, and Joseph ESSEX of Cradley, gent. Witness Fra. FREEMAN,   Edw GYLES,   Jn FREEMAN.
John and William FREEMAN and Joseph ESSEX renounced and Edward FREEMAN administered.
Proved 8 Mar 1743 - HCC; Ref FHL#91604.
NB: My 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk

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1747

CHURCHYARD
COLE
FREEMAN
HALL
HIDE
HODGES
JANNCY
JAUNCEY
LINKE
PREECE
TAYLOR
TOMEY
WOODHOUSE
FREEMAN, Jane - wife of Thomas FREEMAN of Withington, gent, 27 Sep 1733.
Agreement: 1 Dec 1732 - between me, then Jane HIDE of Withington,   widow and Thomas FREEMAN of Marden, gent,   Francis WOODHOUSE of Armeston, Esq. and Thomas PREECE of the Small Ashes, Marden.
Master John TAYLOR of Weston Beggard;   Anne TOMEY daur of William TOMEY late of Pencoyd;   Thomas LINKE of Dormington;   John LINKE the elder of Dormington;   John LINKE son of the said Thomas LINKE;   John HODGES son of Jonathan HODGES of Norton Canon;   Richard COLE;   George JANNCY of Ewithington.
Witnesses: Johis CHURCHYARD,   John HALL,   Ann JAUNCEY.
Proved 27 Jan 1747 - Hereford Deanery; Ref FHL#91720.

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1748

FORDEN
FREEMAN
HIGGINS
HYDE
FREEMAN, Bellingham - of Browns Cross, Clifton upon Teame, husbandman, 31 Mar 1717.
sister Joyce FREEMAN;   Mr. John HYDE of the Lower House;   sister Ann FREEMAN;   William FREEMAN: son of sister Joyce, Brown's Cross;   sister Ann FREEMAN's 2 children, Joyce & Daniel.
Witnesses: John HYDE,   Richd HIGGINS,   Thomas FORDEN.
Proved 12 Apr 1748 - HCC; Ref FHL#91604.

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1752

FISHER
FREEMAN
REDDITH
FREEMAN, Francis - of Bristol, apothecary.
brother Thomas FREEMAN now of Stoke Newington, Middx.;   wife Sarah.
Witnesses: Nicholas FISHER,   Saml REDDITH.
Proved 10 Sep 1752 - PCC/Folio 229; Ref FHL#92769.
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00174 - rrl

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1753

FREEMAN
LLOYD
NEWBERRY
FREEMAN, Sarah - of Bristol, widow of Francis FREEMAN late of same, apothecary, 13 Aug 1752.
son James FREEMAN as heir at law to his father receives estate at Bedminster, Somerset and tenement in Old Market in parish of St. Philip and Jacob, Bristol;   daurs Patience and Sarah;   friends Nathaniel NEWBERRY and Edward LLOYD.
Proved 11 Jan 1753 - Gloucs.
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00171 - rrl

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1753

FREEMAN
GATAS
JONES
ROGERS
SHEPPEARD
FREEMAN, John - of Hamnish, Kimbolton.
eldest son Thomas FREEMAN (not 18);   daur Elizabeth FREEMAN (not 22);   Marywithy FREEMAN (not 22);   wife Elizabeth;   mother Elizabeth FREEMAN;   goddaur Elizabeth JONES.
Witnesses: GATAS/ ROGERS/ SHEPPEARD.
Proved 17 Apr 1753 - HCC; Ref FHL#91605.

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1757

ADAMS
FREEMAN
MANLEY
FREEMAN, Francis, Esq. - of Bristol. (Ad)
To Mary FREEMAN (the widow and relict).
Further Admon: 16 Feb 1762 - PCC;   Ref FHL#91291. To Frances ADAMS the wife of Shute ADAMS, Esq. (the daur) since Mary the widow is now dcsd.
Further Admon: 7 Mar 1809;   Ref FHL#91293. To Catherine MANLEY wife of William MANLEY, Esq. the daur;   Frances ADAMS, widow now dcsd.
Admon 15 Nov 1757 - PCC; Ref FHL#93325.
NB: My 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00177 - rrl

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1760

ADAMS
BERNARD
CHENEY
COMPLIN
DURBIN
FREEMAN
GIBB
PRIGG
SMITH
TYNDALL
WILLETT
WOOLNOUGH
FREEMAN, Mary - of Bristol, widow.
"To be buried St. Thomas Church in Salisbury in the same vault where my late husbands Mr. Samuel PRIGG and the Rev John GIBB are";   I am seized of the manor of Norton otherwise Norton Male Reward in Somerset;   I have only one child - Elizabeth PRIGG of "not right mind";   nephew Shute ADAMS of Fleet St., London;   Henry DURBIN, chymist;   John WILLETT and George TYNDALL, gent of Bristol;   In trust of my daur in case she happens to be restored to her right mind and happens to marry;   The Rev John CHENEY son of the late Doctor CHENEY physician of Bath;   Mrs. ADAMS wife of my nephew Shute ADAMS;   god daur Mary Shute ADAMS daur of my said nephew;   godson Master COMPLIN son of Richard COMPLIN of Bristol;   Mrs. Smith late Miss WOOLNOUGH and wife of John SMITH, Esq.;   Property in Whitchurch, Stretton Week, Stanton Drew,   Queen Charleton, Somerset, St. Phillips, Jacobs and St. George, Gloucs.,   Bedminster Somerset, St. Mary R and St W. in Bristol;   Elizabeth PRIGG the daur and her sister who is deceased;   kinsman John WILLETT of Bristol;   Thomas PRIGG my late husband Samuel PRIGGs brother;   James BERNARD nephew by the mother of my first husband of London, Esq.;   Samuel PRIGG dcsd.
Proved 17 Nov 1760 - PCC; Ref FHL#92832 - PCC/1760:Folio 423.
NB: wife of my 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00178 - rrl

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1761

CLARK
COOK
FISHER
FREEMAN
HOLBROOK
JONES
NOTT
FREEMAN, William - of the Burgess, Avenbury, 4 Jul 1761.
nephew John FREEMAN only son of my brother John FREEMAN of Clifton (near Bristol) land at Avenbury, The Burgess;   Ann FREEMAN, Mary FREEMAN, daurs of my nephew Edward FREEMAN of the Hill, Bishops Froome - 100£ ea;   nephew Francis FREEMAN son of my nephew John FREEMAN of Stanford Bishop - 50£ and where one William NOTT lives;   nephew John CLARK son of John CLARK of the Burcott, Holmer - 50£;   To Jane FREEMAN daur of my said nephew John FREEMAN - 50£;   niece Mary JONES wife of William JONES - 50£;   nephew Edward FREEMAN of the Hill and John FREEMAN of Stanford Bishop.
Witnesses: William COOK,   Edward FISHER,   Jas HOLBROOK.
Proved 31 Jul 1761 - HCC; Ref FHL#91606.
NB: my 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk

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1763

BARNEBY
FREEMAN
MASON
NOTT
PRICE
WARD
FREEMAN, Abigail - wife of John FREEMAN of Gaines, Esq., 21 Apr 1762.
son Thomas FREEMAN - Tenement called the Orchards at Bromyard;   son John FREEMAN - Southington at Linton, Bromyard;   daur Betty BARNEBY,   daur Abigail FREEMAN, grandaur Abigail FREEMAN daur of my son Thomas;   Priscilla WARD, spinster;   daur Ann FREEMAN, my husband John FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Martha PRICE,   John MASON,   John NOTT.
Proved 22 Oct 1763 - HCC; Ref FHL#91606.
NB: wife to my 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk

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1765

BARNEBY
FREEMAN
LILLY
WIGHT
FREEMAN, John - of Gaines, Hereford, Esq, 21 May 1764. Died 3 Sep 1764:
"John FREEMAN of Gaines Hereford" - Gentlemen's Magazine.
son Thomas FREEMAN - lands at Suckley,   Estate William WIGHT - the Groves at Knightwick. Deed of settlement: made with my late wife dated 2 Feb 1727 - daurs Betty and Ann, son John FREEMAN.
Marriage of my said daur Betty with Bartholomew Prichard BARNEBY, Esq. - (I gave him 3000£ and a further sum of 1000£). Marriage of my late daur Abigail with John FREEMAN of Bristol - (3000£).
Marriage of my daur Ann with William LILLY of the City of Worcester,   gent - (3000£).
grandsons John BARNEBY and John FREEMAN.
Proved 11 Feb 1765 - PCC; Ref FHL#92878.
NB: my 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk

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1790

AMBLER
CORBETT
FREEMAN
HARRIS
SMITH
FREEMAN, Richard - the elder of Stretton Gransom, 18 May 1789.
son Richard, wife Bridget, daur Ann FREEMAN, daur Sarah;   grandson Richard HARRIS.
Witnesses: SMITH/ AMBLER/ CORBETT.
Proved 4 May 1790 - HCC; Ref FHL#91611.

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1795

BARNEBY
CHAMBERS
FREEMAN
HALE
FREEMAN, Thomas Harris - of Pershore.
Settlement made upon marriage with dear wife Mary;   cosin John BARNEBY;   father inlaw Richard CHAMBERS Esq.;   father John FREEMAN the elder, brother John FREEMAN the younger;   mother Ann FREEMAN;   friend John HALE, Esq.;   Land at Lyonshall, Herefs.
Proved 28 Feb 1795 - HCC; Ref FHL#93227.
NB: my 3rd cousin 6th removed - sjk

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1795

BALLARD
BARNEBY
FREEMAN
GOWER
LILLY
NOTT
TURNER
WOODYATT
FREEMAN, Thomas - of the White House, Suckley, gent.
Settlement made by my late father on my marriage;   brother and one William Nott TURNER since deceased;   daur Abigail;   nephews John LILLY, Esq. and Richard BARNEBY, gent;   son Thomas, grandson Edward Bellingham FREEMAN: son of my son Thomas;   sons Edward and John;   son in law Thomas NOTT, daur Abigail wife of Thomas NOTT;   son in law George WOODYATT, daur Hannah wife of the said George WOODYATT;   wife Hannah;   grandaur Penelope NOTT;   grandchildren George, Hannah, Thomas and Ann the sons and daurs of my daur Hannah and also to the child with which my said daur Hannah is now conceived.
Witnesses: William GOWER, Curate of Suckley,   Phillip BALLARD and John NOTT both of Suckley.
Codicil: 20 Feb 1795.
Proved 24 Apr 1795 - Worcs; Ref FHL#93231.
NB: my 2nd cousin 7th removed - sjk

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1798

BALDWIN
FARMER
FARMER, John - of Castle Morton, husbandman, 4 Mar 1797.
wife Elizabeth;   son Edward FARMER;   daur Sarah now wife of Aaron BALDWIN;   grandson John FARMER.
Proved 2 Jun 1798 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98395.

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1798

FALLOWES
LARTY
MORRIS
FALLOWES, Benjamin - of Leominster, co. Hereford, Gentleman, 1791.
wife Thomasin FALLOWES (also Executrix)
Witnesses: William MORRIS of the Crown Inn, Leominster,   his brother Samuel MORRIS,   William LARTY of Leominster, Flaxdresser.
Proved 21 Jul 1798 - PCC; Prob. 11/1309.

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1798

BRACE
FREEMAN
WORMINGTON
FREEMAN, John - of Stanford Court, Stanford Bishop, gent, 27 Jan 1796.
wife Mary, son John FREEMAN - 500£ now and 500£ after wife dies;   son Francis FREEMAN.
Codicil: 20 Aug 1798. Revoked 500£ after wife dies to John.
Witnesses: Mary BRACE, Stanford Bishop,   James WORMINGTON, atty Bromyard.
Proved - HCC; Ref FHL#91612.
NB: My 2nd cousin 7th removed - sjk

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1801

BARNEBY
DANSIE
FREEMAN
WHITCOMBE
FREEMAN, John - of Gaines, 1 Oct 1797.
late dear wife - vault at Whitborne;   son to see that my grandson John Harris FREEMAN (education);   The estate of my late son Thomas Harris FREEMAN at Lyonshall;   son John FREEMAN;   nephew John BARNEBY, Esq;   daur Theodosia FREEMAN;   servant Ann WHITCOMBE;   nephew Phillip BARNEBY;   Robert Sweeting DANSIE, Esq.
Proved 3 Oct 1801 - PCC; Ref FHL#155983 - PCC/1801:660.
NB: my 2nd cousin 7th removed - sjk

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1803

BATTERSON
BETTERSON
EDMONDS
FREEMAN
HOOK
TOMBS
FREEMAN, John - of Betherop [Ed: Hatherop?], Gloucs, gent, 16 Aug 1800.
wife - now deceased;   has only one child by her,   namely Sarah wife of Jacob BETTERSON of Farrford, glazier;   grandaur Sarah BATTERSON.
Trustees: John EDMONDS,   James TOMBS,   William HOOK.
Proved 12 May 1803 - PCC; Ref FHL#155961 - PCC/Folio 425; Marriott.
NB: Also listed with Wills of Gloucestershire - Surnames beginning F - Will #00175 - rrl

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1808

BULLOCK
FREEMAN
MAUND
MILLWARD
FREEMAN, Thomas - of Suckley, 25 Aug 1807.
Will of my late father Thomas FREEMAN;   eldest son Edward Bellingham FREEMAN;   wife Elizabeth FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Charles MAUND,   Jas MILLWARD,   Rich BULLOCK.
Proved 19 Mar 1808 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98405.
NB: my 3rd cousin 6th removed - sjk

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1808

BULLOCK
CHAMBERS
FREEMAN
GREEN
HILL
IMMS
WORMINGTON
FREEMAN, Edward - of Cradley, Hereford, 16 Nov 1804.
grandson Edward CHAMBERS son of my daur Ann CHAMBERS of Clifford, Herefs;   Land in possession of John IMMS at Bishops Frome;   estate farm and lands called the Hill;   son in law Lewis CHAMBERS of Clifford;   nephew John FREEMAN of Lugwardine, clerk;   daur Mary BULLOCK.
Witnesses: Mary GREEN,   Jos HILL,   Jas WORMINGTON.
Proved 24 Nov 1808 - PCC; Ref FHL#156080 1808-#881.
NB: my 2nd cousin 7th removed - sjk

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1810

FREEMAN
FREEMAN, Ann - of Stanford Bishop. (Ad)
To Francis FREEMAN (the late husband).
Admon 5 Dec 1810 - HCC; Ref FHL#91627 p.126.
NB: wife to my 1st cousin 6th removed - sjk

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1811

ASTON
BOUGH
ESTON
FREEMAN
GARDINER
GRIFFITH
LILLY
PHELPS
POOLE
PURCLIAS
PYEFINCH
FREEMAN, the Reverend John - of Lugwardine, clerk, 20 Dec 1810.
wife Ann;   oldest son John FREEMAN - are well provided for by marriage settlement;   To Rev. John LILLY of Stoke Lacy,   Edward POOLE of Stretton Gransom,   Francis FREEMAN of Stanfod Bishop,   Robert PURCLIAS of Fownhope, merchant;   said son John Gardiner FREEMAN (not 21),   son Francis Gardiner FREEMAN (not 21),   daur Elizabeth Deborah FREEMAN (not 21),   daur Jane FREEMAN (not 21).
Witnesses: GRIFFITH/ ESTON/ PYEFINCH.
Codicil: 21 Apr 1811. Witnesses: Jn ASTON of Hereford,   Ann PHELPS,   Amelia BOUGH.
Proved Nov 1811 - PCC; Ref FHL#156119 - PCC/1811:Folio 487.
NB: my 1st cousin 6th removed - sjk

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1815

BRACE
COLE
ELCOCKS
FREEMAN
HEMING
HOMES
LILLY
POOLE
VALE
FREEMAN, Francis - of Stanford Court, Stanford Bishop, 11 Dec 1811.
Settlement made with present wife Mary before marriage;   Rev. John LILLY of Newcourt, clerk;   Edward POOLE of Homend, Stretton Grandsome;   John HOMES of Townsend, Stretton Grandsome;   daur Sarah (not 21, unmarried);   nephew John Gardiner FREEMAN, niece Jane FREEMAN (his sister),   nephew Francis Gardiner FREEMAN,   niece Elizabeth Deborah FREEMAN (his sister).
Witnesses: Richard HEMING,   Sarah POOLE,   Wm HOMES, atty poolend near Ledbury.
Housekeeper Ann BRACE.
Codicil: 14 May 1812. Witnesses: Sarah COLE,   Wm HOMES.
Codicil: 23 Nov 1812. Witnesses: Edward ELCOCKS,   Wm VALE.
Proved 17 Oct 1815 - HCC.
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1816

ALLWOOD
BLISSET
BURNETT
DELPRATT
DOMVILE
EVANS
FERRAR
FREEMAN
GROVE
HOBHOUSE
LILLY
MORGAN
FREEMAN, John - of Letton, Herefordshire, 29 Apr 1812.
present dear wife Jane FREEMAN;   Marriage settlement - land at Winforton, Eardisley, Bredforton;   nephew Henry HOBHOUSE, Esq. and William DELPRATT of Bristol;   dear daur Jane wife of John LILLY;   Issue of a deceased son of my said daur Jane;   dear daur Elizabeth wife of Joseph BLISSET, dear daur Abigail;   eldest grandson John Freeman BLISSET, grandson Joseph BLISSET;   The will of my honoured father deceased;   said daur Abigail upon her intended marriage with the Rev. William DOMVILE;   7 grandchildren as followeth: John Freeman BLISSET,   Joseph and Henry BLISSET, Elizabeth, Mary, Jane, and Frances BLISSET;   niece Troth GROVE.
Codicil: Feb 1815. Wife has died;   8 grandchildren at Barrow Court: John Freeman BLISSET, Joseph BLISSET,   Henry BLISSET, Charles BLISSET, Mary BLISSET, Jane BLISSET,   Frances BLISSET, Emily BLISSET;   2 grandchildren Jane and Caroline DOMVILE;   great niece Troth GROVE;   respected relations and friends: Henry HOBHOUSE, Esq.,   William DELPRATT, Esq. and Francis FREEMAN, Esq. servants William EVANS,   William ALLWOOD,   George FERRAR and Ann BURNETT;   William MORGAN, carpenter. 24 Feb 1816 my daur Abigail has had a daur named Abbey.
Proved 9 Oct 1816 - PCC; Ref FHL#156176 - PCC/1816:515.
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1823

BIRD
FREEMAN
GODSALL
HARCOURT
HOMES
POOLE
PRITCHARD
SHAYLE
SOUTHALL
WOODCOCK
FREEMAN, Mary - of the Castle, Munsley, 25 Jan 1823.
Sarah POOLE daur of John POOLE of Tarrington who resides with me now;   brother Thomas GODSALL of the Orlsend, otherwise Worldsend, Tarrington;   Mary Ann and Elizabeth the 2 daurs of Thomas GODSALL late of Walton,   Much Marcle;   John HOMES of Townsend, Stretton Grandsome;   cousin Mary POOLE wife of John POOLE;   children of above cousin: John POOLE, James POOLE and Mary Ann POOLE;   cousin{s} Mary BIRD,   Susanna HARCOURT,   Sarah SOUTHALL, the 3 daurs of Edward SOUTHALL late of Tarrington;   cousin Elizabeth PRITCHARD of Lugwardine, widow.
Witnesses: Michael WOODCOCK,   Geo: SHAYLE,   J S BIRD.
Proved 9 Aug 1823 - HCC; Ref FHL#91615.
NB: wife of my 4th great grand uncle - sjk

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1824

BEACHUSS
FARMER
FARMER, John - of Castle Morton, 11 Dec 1823.
Will of my late uncle William FARMER deceased;   unto my wife Mary FARMER;   sons James FARMER, John FARMER and William FARMER;   daur Phoebe wife of William BEACHUSS.
Proved 3 May 1824 - Worcs.

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1826

ABEL
BROOKS
CHAMBERLAIN
FREEMAN
HOMES
MEREDITH
SANDERS
THOMAS
FREEMAN, John - of Stretton Grandsome, 30 Jun 1824.
grandson Richard MEREDITH;   John CHAMBERLAIN, taylor;   John HOMES of Stretton Grandsome, gent;   Joseph ABEL of Egleton, Bishop Frome;   daur Anne MEREDITH;   grandaurs Elizabeth and Maria FREEMAN.
Witnesses: Edward THOMAS,   John BROOKS,   Mary SANDERS.
Proved 6 Dec 1826 - HCC; Ref FHL#91615.

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1828

CHAMBERS
FREEMAN
FREEMAN, Edward - of Frome Bishop. (Ad)
To Sarah CHAMBERS (the mother). Note: This is Edward Freeman CHAMBERS.
Admon 6 Feb 1828 - HCC; Ref FHL#91627 p.259.
NB: my 5th cousin 4th removed - sjk

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1828

BADHAM
FREEMAN
FREEMAN, Thomas - of Colwall. (Ad)
To William BADHAM - limited purposes.
Admon 20 Feb 1828 - HCC; Ref FHL#91627 p.260.

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1831

BARNEBY
BEST
DANSIE
FREEMAN
HASTINGS
LILLY
SIDEBOTTOM
SPOONER
FREEMAN, John - of Gaines, last codicil 20 Oct 1831.
Family vault at Whitborne;   wife Mary FREEMAN, son John;   The will of James DANSIE father of my wife - died May 1814;   Charles SIDEBOTTOM, Esq;   William Warren HASTINGS, gent;   Richard BARNEBY, Esq;   Rev. John LILLY and John BARNEBY;   4 daurs Mary Abigail, Ann, Elizabeth, and Mary wife of Charles SIDEBOTTOM, Esq.;   daur Ann is wife of Rev. Henry Francis SIDEBOTTOM.
Witnesses: James BEST and George Woodley SPOONER.
Proved 36 Nov 1831; Ref FHL#156384 - PCC/1836:Folio 629.
NB: my 3rd cousin 6th removed - sjk

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1862

FREEMAN
HUNTER
FREEMAN, Margery, 14 Apr 1861.
Now residing at Broadwas Court, Worcs, wid and relict of the late Rev. Edward FREEMAN, late Vicar of Felton;   brother in law George James HUNTER of Broadway Court,   Capt in Royal Artillery.
Note: on 1851 wife of Rev Edward is shown as Mary.
Proved 29 Apr 1862 - Worcs; Ref FHL#91697.
NB: wife to my 3rd cousin 6th removed - sjk

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