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Note NI32285 :

Individuals : Golden Imogene
MYERS, IMOGENE was born 27 December 1897, received Social Security number 459-76-1275 (indicating Texas) and, Death Master File says, died May 1976 13973621
1 CONC 13973621
Imogene Myers (born Golden), 1897 - 1976
Imogene Myers (born Golden) was born on month day 1897, at birth place, to Franklin Wilburn Golden and Mattie Judson Golden (born Boyd).
Franklin was born on December 6 1857, in Alabama.
Mattie was born on July 12 1866, in Calhoun Co., Alabama.
Imogene had 8 siblings: Jessie Lee Dunn (born Golden), Henry Douglas Golden and 6 other siblings.
Imogene married first name Myers.
They had 4 children.
Imogene passed away on month day 1976, at age 78 at death place, Texas.
She was buried at burial place, Texas.
Documents of Imogene Myers (born Golden)
e was buried at burial place, Texas.
Imogene Myers was born on December 27 1897.
Imogene lived in Tyler, Texas 75701, USA.
Imogene passed away in May 1976, at age 78.
Imogene Myers in 1930 United States Federal Census
Imogene Myers was born circa 1898, at birth place, Texas.
Imogene married Elmer V Myers.
They had 3 children: Wilburn O Myers and 2 other children.
Imogene lived in 1930, at address, Texas.


Note NI32296 :

Individuals : Boyd Steve Henry
B: Hill Co., TX. D: Ft.Worth,TX. Buried: 07/24/08. Survived by wife of 63 yrs., Delta Glynn Boyd whom he married on 05/24/1945.


Note NI32302 :

Individuals : Boyd Ruby Nell
Ruby Nell Boyd 83, of Cleburne passed away Saturday, November 10, 2012.
Ruby was born August 21, 1929 in the Bethel Community of Hill County, the daughter of Steve Henry and Lillie Elizabeth (Roberts) Boyd. Preceding her in death were her parents, brother, Steve Boyd Jr and sister Bessie Marie Curry.
ter Bessie
Survivors include her brother Joe Bob Boyd and his wife, Sue of the Bethel community, sister-in-law, Delta Boyd of Fort Worth and several nieces and nephews.
of Fort Worth and several
A Graveside service will be held Tuesday November 13, 2012 at Peoria Cemetery in Peoria, Texas.


Note NI32304 :

Individuals : Glynn Delta
Delta Glynn Boyd, loving wife, mother and grandmother, went to be with her Lord and Savior Thursday evening, April 10, 2014. Mrs. Boyd was 88 years old. Service: 6 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel at Robertson Mueller Harper with Rev. Joe Bob Boyd, her brother-in-law, and Rev. Michael O'Hara officiating. Following a committal service at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, she will be laid to rest with her husband, Steve. Visitation: Family and friends will gather from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Born in Patterson, La., on Jan. 13, 1926, Delta was the daughter of Nolton Thomas and Elvina Marie Callahan Glynn. She and her husband, Steve Boyd Jr., moved to Hurst in 1955. Delta was always active in civic affairs. In Hurst, she served on the Park and Recreation Board, was leader of Girl Scout Troop 544, volunteered for the PTA and Band Boosters, and served as president of The Oak Crest Woman's Club from 1980 to 1982. Also, she was a Bible teacher and grew in faith until her death. She and her husband moved to Broadway Plaza Retirement Center in 2000, where each week she used her singing and love of the Bible, to assist the pastor each Sunday during the on site services. She was preceded in death by her parents; beloved husband, Steve Boyd Jr.; and a son, Stephen Boyd. Survivors: In addition to her daughters, Elaine Becker, Stephanie Farmer, Leigh Breig and her husband, Jerry, and Delta Thomas, Delta is survived by her sons, Tim Boyd and his wife, Cheryl, and Scott Boyd; daughter-in-law, Betty Boyd; 13 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and good friends.
Published in Star-Telegram on Apr. 13, 2014


Note NI32322 :

Individuals : Boyd Frances Ruth
Frances Ruth Goodman
1923 - 2011
KEENE - Frances Ruth Goodman, 88 of Blum passed away on June 16, 2011 in Keene. Services were held Saturday, June 18, 2011 at Marshall & Marshall Funeral Directors in Whitney with Mr. B. B. Stevens officiating. Interment followed at Blum Cemetery.
1 CONC Interment followed at Blum Cemetery.
Frances was born on March 17, 1923 in Whitney. She was the daughter of the late Arthur and Edna Lee (Cook) Boyd. She grew up in Whitney and lived most of her life in Blum.
C lived most of her life in Blum.
On July 20, 1940, she married Boyd Goodman and he preceded her in death on May 28, 1989. They owned and operated several business. She enjoyed her hobbies of quilting and gardening and was a member of the Blum Church of Christ.
ber of the Blum Church
Also preceding her in death were her 2 children, Jimmy Goodman(1943-1995)
, Norweita Kyle(1941-1997)
; son-in-law, Jackie Kyle (1938-1998)
and 8 siblings.
Jackie Kyle (1938-1998)
Survivors include her daughter, Melva Scott and husband, Kaye of Rio Vista; 8 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren.
reat grandchildren, 2 great great
Memorials may be made to Charity of Choice.
ls may be made to Charity of Choice.
From: Page 4, The Lakelander, Wednesday, June 22, 2011.


Note NI32327 :

Individuals : Baugus Ollie Maybelle
From Ancestry.Com, the 1920 US Census shows Ollie in Garett, Johnston Co, OK, with husband James B. and children Bertice, Boyd, Villia (Billie?), and Lorene. It shows that she and her parents were all born in Texas. In the 1930 US Census, they are living in Precinct 4, Hill Co, TX, with their children Boyd, Billie, Lorane, Allen, and D.S.


Note NI32331 :

Individuals : Gant Lillian Lorene
Whitney Messenger
Friday, May 4, 1984
Mrs. L.L. Boyd, age 72 of Whitney, died Sunday night, April 29, in the Whitney Hospital. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Marshall and Marshall Chapel, the Rev. Billy Daniels and the Rev. Kenneth Stevens officiated. Burial was in the Peoria Cemetery.
Mrs. Boyd was born May 27, 1911 in the Vaughan-Aquilla area, but lived most of her life in Whitney. She was known as the Cedar Fence Post Lady.
She married Mr. Otis Wade first and he died in 1934. She later married Tracy Boyd and he died in 1965. Also she is preceded in death by a grandson, Darwin Wade.
She was a member of the Towash Baptist Church.
She is survived by one daughter, Alline Hurst of Whitney, 2 sons, Marvin Otis Wade of Whitney and Frankie D. Wade of Jacksonville, Ala., 1 brother, Mrs. Ivy Gant of Whitney, 10 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.


Note NI32333 :

Individuals : Goodman Ida Lorene
Rule, Tx. - Lorene Boyd, formerly of Rule, passed away Wednesday evening, May 16, 2012 in Aspermont, Texas. Mrs. Boyd was 95. Graveside services are planned for 11:00 a.m., Saturday, May 19, 2012 at the Rule Cemetery in Rule with Mr. Darrell Edwards and Mr. John Greeson officiating. Visitation is scheduled for Friday evening, May 18 at the funeral home in Rule from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Ida Lorene Goodman was born in Hill County, Texas on May 13, 1917 to Ollie Mae Baugus and J.B. Goodman. She married Travis Boyd on July 4, 1940 in Hillsboro, Texas. She loved the Lord and she and Travis lived in many places depending on where Travis' ministry led them. They eventually retired in Rule in 1989. Mrs. Boyd enjoyed quilting, and reading. She took much pleasure in canning the food grown from her husband's garden and was always available at the church in any way needed.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Travis Boyd; a son, Allen Boyd; parents, J.B. and Ollie Goodman; 4 brothers, Boyd Goodman, Billy Goodman, Andrew Goodman, D.S. Goodman; and 1 sister, Bertis Colburn.
Mrs. Boyd is survived by 2 sons, James Glenn Boyd and wife Betty of Henderson, NC, Travis Don Boyd and wife Norma of Louisberg, NC; 1 daughter, Linda Joy Trammell and husband Stanley of Aspermont; 5 grandchildren, Chad Trammell and wife Darla, Amber Barrientes and husband Juan, Katie Boyd, Bryan Boyd, Cassidy Tucker; 8 great-grandchildren, Desirae, Dorian, Cole, Abby, Weston, Kable, Connor, Brenna; 1 great-great grandchild, Grayson; and many nieces and nephews-in law.
If desired, memorials may be made in Lorene's name to the Lubbock Children's Home, 4404 Idalou Road, Lubbock, TX 79403.
Connor, Brenna; 1 great-great
Published in Abilene Reporter May 18, 2012


Note NI32389 :

Individuals : Taylor Leon Roy
TAYLOR, Mr. Leon Roy Age 99. Wednesday Dec. 28, 1994 in Middle Tennessee Health Center in Murfreesboro. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Peggy) Whitemore, Nolensville, Mrs. Dan D. (Barbara) Mitchell, Christiana, TN; one son, Jack C. Taylor, Rover Community; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday. Dec. 29, 1994 at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Lawrence Funeral Home with Elder James Read and Elder W.H. Reed officiating. Active pallbearers, David Mitchell, Joe Mitchell, Eddie Whitemore, Jason Taylor, Carl Fussell, Joel Kimmins, James Dennis Taylor, Carl Fussell, And Roger Fish. Interment, Simpson Cemetery. For those who wish, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Simpson Cemetery or Stones River Manor.


Note NI32402 :

Individuals : Jacson Williams
Williams Jackson was the seventh son and ninth child of Francis and Elizabeth W. Childress Jackson. His first name also appears on documents as William, so possibly his name was William S.
me was William S.
We know a little about Williams Jackson from the document, "The Jackson Family," by Carmine Jackson. "William Jackson also received a gift of land from his father (Williamson Co. Deed Book). This land covered the heart of Versailles. Later William Jackson and William G. Hight exchanged land. This exchange located the land of William Jackson along the Bedford-Rutherford Co. line, mostly north of Kingdom Church and road."
ord-Rutherford Co. line, mostly north of Kingdom Church and road."
William Jackson married Drusilla Lytle on 15 Jan., 1824. She was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Rushing Lytle. From the 1850 US Federal Census record it appears that William and Drucilla had at least six children:
- Jonathan C.
- Indiana - FaG 25376432
- Julia Ann
- Drusilla "Dovie" Emily
- Anna Melissa Susan
- Cassia (1848-1864)
illa "Dovie" Emily
William Jackson appears in four US Federal Census records:
- 1840 for Williamson Co., in a household of 11 persons (8 white and 3 slave), occupation farmer and slave owner, listed as Williams
- 1850 for Rutherford Co., with spouse and 6 children, occupation farmer, listed as Williams
- 1860 for Bedford Co., (western division) with spouse and two youngest daughters, occupation farmer, listed as Williams
- 1870 for Bedford Co., with spouse and two black domestic servants, listed as William
pation farmer, listed as Williams
According to at least one source, after the death of Drucella Lytle Jackson, Williams Jackson married Elizabeth Pope (d. 1903) on Nov., 1873. This is further supported by his being listed as married at the time of his death in Bedford Co., Tn.


Note NI32411 :

Individuals : Sneed Virginia Alice
Alice married Will Arnett in Rutherford county, Tennessee, on May 19, 1878. The family migrated by train to West Texas in 1901, later settling in what was then Beaver county, Oklahoma Territory. According to one of her granddaughters, Alice collapsed from exhaustion and died after helping fight a prairie fire that had been started when one of her sons flipped a lit cigarette into the field.

Quanah [TX] Tribune-Chief, Sunday, June 25, 1905
Gypsum: The sad news was received at this place Saturday evening that Mrs. W. T. Arnett of Hooker, Okla, died the 15th this month. Mr. Arnett went to Beaver county, Okla., about a year ago. He used to live at this place and his many friends of this place regret very much to hear of his wife’s death. She leaves a husband and seven children at home. We all sympathize with the bereaved husband and children. Mrs. K. L. Page, the daughter of Mr. Arnett, and two children left last Thursday morning for Hooker, Okla. to see their mother and grandmother but she was laid to rest before they got there.


Note NI32424 :

Individuals : Bowling John William
Tennessee, Deaths and Burials Index, 1874-1955
Name: John William Bowling
Birth Date: abt 1884
Age: 67
Death Date: 29 Oct 1951
Death Place: Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Jesse Stokes Bowling
Mother's Name: Mary Jane Peyton
FHL Film Number: 2372453
ry Jane Peyton
Tennessee, Delayed Birth Records, 1869-1909
Name: John William Bowling
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 10 Jul 1882
Birth Place: Rutherford
Father: Jesse Stokes Bowling
Mother: Mary Peyton (Patton)
Family links:


Note NI32427 :

Individuals : Kelton Nancy Beatrice
Nancy Beatrice Kelton Bowling Tutt b 3 August 1899 Murfreesboro Rutherford Co Tennessee d 4 December 1980 Largo Pinellas Co Florida. Parents George Edmond Kelton and Sallie Lightfoot Cathey. Spouse John William Bowling. Children: Zadie B, Mary Cathey, James R Jimmy, Elizabeth. Spouse #2 Henry Marvin Tutt.
Elizabeth. Spouse #2 Henry Marvin Tutt.
Daily News Journal, Murfreesboro, TN Dec 7, 1980 Mrs. H.M. Tutt Funeral services will be held in Largo, Fla., Monday, Dec. 8 for Mrs. H.M. Tutt, a life-long resident of Murfreesboro who died Thursday, Dec. 4 in Largo. Mrs. Tutt had lived in a St. Petersburg, Fla. nursing home for several years. She is survived by three daughters, Zadie Key of Murfreesboro, Cathy Locher and Elizabeth Crane of Largo, and a son, James R. Bowling of Dover, Del. Mrs. Tutt was a member of the East Main Street Church of Christ.


Note NI32430 :

Individuals : Bowling Zadie B.
Daily New Journal, 31 Aug 1992
Mrs. Zadie B. Key
Services for Mrs. Zadie Bowling Key of Murfreesboro, who died at home Sunday [30 Aug.], are set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at North Boulevard Church of Christ, with Milton Irvin and Jim Pounders officiating. Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery.
She is survived by her hus­band, Edward Key; three sons; John Key of Murfreesboro, E. Huey Key of Sunland. Calif., and James Key of Williamsburg, Ky.; two sisters: Mary Cathey Locher of Largo, Fla., Elizabeth B. Crane of Clearwater, Fla.; a brother, James R. Bowling of Camden, Del., and 11 grandchildren.
For many years, the name Zadie Key has been synonymous with the Democratic Party. She had taken an active role in campaigns on every level, including work outside Tennessee during the 1988 presidential primary elections for Senator Albert Gore Jr. She served for many years as chair of the Rutherford County Democratic Party.
An active member of the Tennessee Federation of Democratic Women, she held virtually every local and state office, including Middle Tennessee Vice President and State President. She was one of Tennessee's representatives to the national Federation of Democratic Women several times and recently served as corresponding secretary.
Always interested in the issues and party processes, she served as delegate to more than one national convention, including both those in presidential years and in the national mid-year conference. She met every democratic president since Franklin Roosevelt and took pride in the fact that she had not missed voting in an election since her first in 1940. Among her activities was serving as adviser to the College Young Democrats at MTSU.
Born Oct. 20, 1921 to the late Beatrice Kelton Bowling Tutt and the late John W. Bowling, she grew up in Murfreesboro, going to the Training School and to Central High School. She graduated from what was Middle Tennessee State Teachers College in 1941 at age 19. Her career included some teaching and over 35 years of secretarial work in a variety of situations. She retired in 1987 from serving as secretary to the Dean of Basic and Applied Sciences at MTSU.
Among her honors were recognition as Secretary of the Year by the Murfreesboro Chapter of Professional Secretaries International in 1964, as Tennessee Secretary of the Year in 1971, and nomination for the National Secretary of the Year. She served as secretary, vice president and president of the local PSI chapter and helped establish future secretary chapters in the local high schools. Mrs. Key was named to Who's Who of American Women, 1983 - 84.
A volunteer scout leader for 13 years, she was the first woman in Tennessee to receive the Long Rifle Award. She was a member of the Rutherford County Historical Society for many years and served as treasurer for the past four years. She served on the MTSU National Alumni Association Board of Directors and as an officer in the Rutherford County Chapter and was a member of the MTSU Dames Club and the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce. She was a member of North Boulevard Church of Christ.
Pallbearers will be Andy Adams, Tom Batey, Jim Bryant, Carroll Frost, Johnsie Henderson, Jill Mayes, Charlie Pigg and Bill Sloan. Honorary pallbearers include Mayor Joe Jackson, John Mankin, Howard Penuel, Tommy Sanford, Truman Jones, Judge Bob Corlew, retired Sen. John Rucker, Ed Voorhies and Bob Womack.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the MTSU Blue Raider Athletic Association, MTSU Student Christian Center, or to Hospice of Murfreesboro.
Visitation with the family will be held from 5 to 9 PM Tuesday at Jennings & Ayers Funeral Home.


Note NI32432 :

Individuals : Bowling James Richardson
James was born in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, son of John and Beatrice (Kelton) Bowling.
Husband of Betty Jo Bowling.
Jo Bowling.
Father of Norman Everett.
an Everett.
CMSgt. Bowling proudly and faithfully served his country for 30 years. He served in the United States Navy in the Pacific Theater during World War II and in the United States Air Force during the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
ring the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
He flew on many humanitarian airlift missions worldwide during his military career. He was assigned as a member of the crew that delivered the first C-5A from the factory in Marietta Georgia to Dover Air Force Base in April 1971. His last duty assignment was as Aircraft Loadmaster Superintendent in the 9th MAS at Dover Air Force Base. As resource manager, he was responsible for supervising more than 100 loadmasters assigned to the squadron.
or supervising more than 100 loadmasters
CMSgt. Bowling was the recipient of many awards and decorations during his distinguished military career, including the Meritorious Service Medal and the Air Medal.
including the Meritorious Service
During his career, he accrued more than 10,000 accident-free flying hours on the C-124, C-141, and C-5A aircraft.
After his military career, he worked for the Port of Wilmington for DelMonte Company and later for Trophy Hut, Dover.
mington for
Upon full retirement, he volunteered for Dover Air Force Base.
1 CONT Upon full retirement, he volunteered for Dover Air Force Base.
He loved to walk, was an avid reader and enjoyed history and biography.
James was a member of Whatcoat United Methodist Church.


Note NI32455 :

Individuals : Bolling John Blair
"John Bolling possessed some of his father's dispositions; was like him, very large, and was six feet high. He delighted in the chase, and cared but little for the ladies, until he saw his lady. His character then as suddenly changed as that of Silvio in the Pastor Fido.2* After many sighs, &c, he married Miss Jefferson, daughter-'' of that9 Jefferson who, with Mr. Fry, Kiade a map of Virginia.25"


Note NI32459 :

Individuals : Jefferson Thomas
Lawyer, writer,planter,statesman,governor,embassador, attorney general, writer of the Decoration of Independence, 3rd president of the United States


Note NI32469 :

Individuals : Meador David Franklin
Some sources indicate this should be Malichi Meador??


Note NI32513 :

Individuals : Moorer William Todd
The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on October 11, 1987
MOORER, William Todd- Age 16. Graveside services were held 3:30 Bm. Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1982 in the Holladay Cemetery with Marlin Connelly, minister of Bellevue Church of Christ, Nashville, officiating. Stockdale-Malin Funeral Home was in charge. Todd lived in Nashville, Tn. and was a member of Bellevue Church of Christ. He attended David Lipscomb High School. Surviving are his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Moorer, Jr. of Nashville; a brother, Lewis Moorer, III of Nashville; and his grandparents, Mr, & Mrs. Will Holladay of Holladay, Tn., and Mrs. Emmett Lewis Moorer, Sr. of Henning, Tn.


Note NI32530 :

Individuals : Moorer William Alan
Note from Emily for eemoorer 16 Nov 2003:
William Alan was born june 3 1807 married Harriet Boone Jenkins(her father was James Jenkins.,rev)my grandfather Henry Bascom 2nd wife was my grandmother, Emma Greaves.. my father was Emmett Lewis Moorer...thanks for the information.... Emily


Note NI32549 :

Individuals : Harris William
Sir Knight
The knighting of Sir William Harris
23 July 1603
Whitehall, London, England
ndon, England
Will of Sir William Herris als Harris Knight, Crixsey, Essex, 1616
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Will of Sir William Herris als Harris Knight, Crixsey, Essex, 1616
Herris als Harris Knight, Crixsey, Essex, 1616
In the name of God Amen I Sir William Herris als. Harris of Crixsey in the Countie of Essex knight beine thankes be to God in the makeinge hereof in good and perfect memorie doe revoke all other wills by me formerlie made of contrived bearinge Date before this present Daye beinge the one and Twentie Daye of December in the yeare of our Lord accordinge to the computation of the Church of England one thousand six hundred and fiveteene In the which I recomend my Spiritt unto the tuition of Jesus Christ my only Saviour and Redeemer: and my Body to be buried at the Discretion of my Executor provided that it be without pompe of heraldry, or greater Ceremonie cost but onlie with accompnienige of some of my now ffrendes which shall happen to be at hand at the tyme of my death And As for the disposinge of my worldlie estate:
1 CONC ffrendes which shall happen to be at hand at the tyme of my death And As
ffirst my will and minde is that my Executor hereafter named shall with all my debts due unto me at the tyme of my death and all my money plate household stuffe and Implements whatsoever And with all the Cleere Rentes And profitts comeinge of my Reserved estate of landes woodes and Leases which shall come to my Executor immediatelye after my death:At the feasts of the birth of our Lord, the Annunciation of our Blessed lady, St. Mary the Virgin, the Nativitie of St John Baptiste or the feast of St. Michaell the Archangell or at which of the said feasts shall first happen next after my decease pay these quarterlye portions following to and for the maintenance of my younger children first to my Sonne William sixteene poundes thirteene shillinges four pence To my Sonne Thomas Sixteene poundes thirteen shillinges four pence To my Sonne John Sixteen poundes thirteene shillings four pence To my daughter Francis Sixteen poundes thirteene shillinges four pence And to my daughter Elizabeth Sixteen poundes thirteene shillges four pence which sayed severall portions I will shall be likewise continued to be from and henceforth payed Quarterlye by mine Executor to everie one of my said younger children at every one of the said feast dayes then next following untill my debtes which I shall owe at the tyme of my death be fullie discharged and payed which I will shall be lessened and paied by my Executor with the over plus and remaynder of my said Debtes dewe to me and my money plate houshold stuffe and implements aforesaid and with the cleere Rentes and profitte of landes woodes and leases aforesaid which shall Quarterly arise at everie of the feaste aforesaid over and above the said quarterly portions formerlie appointed to be payd And further my will and meaninge is that after my said debtes be fullie discharged and payd in manner and forme aforesaid which I hope will be within one yeare after my decease that the said quarterlie portions shall be continued and paied to everie one of my said younger children named and forrme aforesaid untill everie one of them shall be by mine Executor Satisfied and payed with the over plus and remaynder If the said cleere Rentes and profitts of my reserved estate of landes woodes and leases aforesaid which shall quarterlie arise at everie of the feastes aforesaid over and above the Said quarterlie portions the severall Somes of ffifteene hundred poundes apeece for their ffinal portions in manner and forme followinge viz: The over plus and remainder of the first two quarters which shall arise over and above the said portions next after my debts be payd to my Sonne William towards the Rayseinge of his finall portion of ffifteene hundred poundes and the over plus and remaynder of the two quarters then next following be payd to my Sonne Thomas towards the raiseinge of his finall portion of fiffteene hundred poundes, and the over plus and remainder of the two quarters then next followinge to be payd Againe to my Sonne William And as the over plus and remaynder of everie two quarters still followinge to be payd to my Twoe Sonnes William and Thomas interchangeably as aforesaid until they and either of them shall be fullie payd their severall ffynall portions of ffiveteen hundred poundes apeece And after my Said two Sonnes William and Thomas have fullie received their said fynall portions: Then I will the over plus and remaynder aforesaid shall be quarterlie payd at the feastes aforesaid to my Sonne John till his fynall portion of ffiveteen hundred pounde be raysed and payd: And after my Sonne John is paied his fynall portion aforesaid then I will the over plus and remaynder aforesaidd shall be quarterlie paied to my daughter ffrancys if she be then married till her finall portion of ffiveteen hundred poundes be raysed and paide: And lastly after my daughter ffrancis is payd her said ffynall portion, or that she be still unmarried whereby her quarterly portion aforesaid be onelye continued unto her: Then I will the over plus and remaynder aforesaid shall be quarterly paid as afforesaid to my daughter Elizabeth if she be then married till the fynall portion of ffiveteen hundred poundes be also raysed and payed provided nevertheless my will and meaningis that so longe as my daughters ffrancis or Elizabeth doe happen to live unmarried there shall be noe ffinall portions raysed nor paide unto them but only to have their quarterlie portions continued so longe as they or either of them live unmarried: But if they or either of them happen to marrye before any of my said Sonnes ffynall portions be raysed or in the tyme that any of my said sonnes fynall portions be in rayseinge: That then the rayseinge and paieinge of my Sonne and sonnes ffynall portions shall Cease and be deferred untill the said fynall portion or portions of my said daughter or daughters so mareinge be first raysed and payed in manner as is before sett downe for the rayseinge and Payeinge of ffinall portions in this my will: And after my daughter or daughters ffynall portion or portions at mareinge be raysed and payd: Then my Sonnes ffynall portions to proceede againe to be raysed and payd in manner and forrme before mentioned till everie one of my said younger sonnes and daughters be fullie Satisfied and payde the severall Somes of ffiveteen hundred poundes: And further my will and meaninge is that as soon and when as the fffynall portion of ffiveteen hundred poundes to any one of my younger Sonnes or daughters before given is fullie raysed and payd that then his or her quarterlie pension before bequeathed shall be no longer continued but shall cease: And So the severall quarterly portions of everie one of my said younger Sonnes and daughters to cease everie one of them shall have received their severall ffynal portions of ffiveteen hundred poundes at ..... and not before. And ffurthermore yf yt shall happen that any of my said younger Sonnes or daughters doe marry and Die before his her of their ffynall portion or portions be raysed byt payd than my will and meaninge is that everie or anie one of my said younger Sonnes or daughters soe being married shall have power to give and dispose of by will his her or their fynall portion or portions And that the ffynall portion or portions of hym her or them so being maried and dyeing as afore said shall be payd by myne Executor accordinge as the Same is formerlie appointed to be raised by this my will to such person and persons and to such use and uses as any of my said younger Sonnes or daughters so beinge maried shall before their Death give and dispose the Same unto them
e of my said younger Sonnes and daughters to cease
I doe ordaine and apointe Executor of this my will Sir Arthur Herris my eldest Sonne And desire and nominate my Overseers my Sonne in Law Sir Henry Mildmay knight my Cosen Edward Walgrave of lawfords Esquier And my nephew Thomas ffanshaw of Barkinge Esquier unto whome I will that my Executor shall bestowe of each of them A peece of plate of fourepoundes in valewe in Remembrance of my love, And so in witness of this my will contyneinge two sheetes of paper I have unto either of them put my hand and published the Same for my last will the said one and twentieth Dye of December in the yeare above written. And as for my givfte to the poore and the rewarde of such of my Servante as have taken paynes to aboute me my Executor understande my minde in that behalfe
e appointed to be raised by this my will to such person
William Herrys
nd to such use and uses as any of my said younger Sonnes or
witness to the signeinge Sealinge and publishinge
ath give and dispose the
honest Jerome Wright Thomas Herris William Peaerson George King

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