William (Patriarch?) Poole

( - after 25 July 1623)
     William (Patriarch?) Poole married Jane Unknown.
     William (Patriarch?) Poole made a will dated 25 July 1623 in Iden, Sussex. I William Poole senior of the parish of Iden county Sussex ... my body to be buried in the churchyard of Iden I give and bequest to son William Poole... to my son Thomas Poole ... my daughter ..., my daughter Jane, my daughter Ursula ... my beloved wife Jane executor... executrix to maintaine my other daughter Margery during her natural life .... the mark of William poole senior.
     William died after 25 July 1623. I have joined these 2 families but there are many discrepancies - the name Ursula being the key factor..
     His will was proved on 3 April 1628 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of William (Patriarch?) Poole

William A Poole

(September 1866 - )
     William A Poole's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1866 in New Brighton, Cheshire. He was the son of William Alanson Makin Poole and Emily Frances Handy. William and Marion were listed as the children of Emily Frances Handy in the 1891 census in 92 Westbourne Rd, Birkenhead, Cheshire.

William Alanson Makin Poole

(before April 1839 - March 1891)
     William Alanson Makin Poole was born before April 1839 in Liverpool, Lancashire.
     William Alanson Makin Poole married Emily Frances Handy, daughter of Samuel Handy and Anna Townsend, on 15 February 1865 in St John, Liscard, Wallasey, Cheshire. The Manchester courier... reported on 17 Feb 1865: Marriages - Poole. Handy. Feb 15, at St John's Liscard, Liverpool, by the Rev T Preston Ball, MA, William Alanson Makin, fourth son of Braithwaite Poole, Esq., to Emily Frances, eldest surviving daughter of Samuel Handy, Esq., New Brighton, late of New Ross, Ireland. Also reported in the Liverpool Mercury16 Feb 1865.. William was a stock broker in April 1871, in Liscard, Cheshire.
     William Alanson Makin Poole was listed as Anna Townsend's son-in-law in the 1871 census in Magazine Park, Liscard, Cheshire. Anna Handy, head, widow aged 61, no occupation, private means, born Ireland; Charles J, son unmarried, 27, cotton salesman; Henry son, unmarried 24, corresponding clerk; Emily Poole, daughter married 27, all born Ireland; William Poole, 32, son-in-law, stock broker born Liverpool, with William, aged 4, Samuel T aged and Emily M, 9? months, grandchildren all born at New Brighton, Cheshire. Also living with her were John W? Townsend her unmarried nephew aged 20 who worked in the cotton saleroom, born Ireland; 3 servants; and Blakely Tarleton son in law aged 33, cotton salesman and his wife Annie aged 25, both born in Ireland.
     William's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1891 in Birkenhead, Cheshire.

Children of William Alanson Makin Poole and Emily Frances Handy

Amy Pope

     Amy Pope married Henry Arthur Bird, son of Alfred Paul Bird and Alethea Cole, on 11 August 1894 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of John Pope. The marriage was at the residence of Hamlet Turner Parkside.

Children of Amy Pope and Henry Arthur Bird

Anne Pope

     Anne Pope married Robert Ryder of Wisbech, son of link to Harrowby Ryther. She was the daughter of Dudley Pope.

Child of Anne Pope and Robert Ryder of Wisbech

Elijah Pope

(circa 1750 - )
     Elijah Pope was born circa 1750 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, England.
     Elijah Pope married Susan Wilkin, daughter of Richard Wilkin and Elizabeth Tarney, on 19 June 1770 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Children of Elijah Pope and Susan Wilkin

Elijah Pope

(2 May 1773 - )
     Elijah Pope was christened on 2 May 1773 in Sudbury, Suffolk. He was the son of Elijah Pope and Susan Wilkin.

Elizabeth Pope

(13 September 1771 - )
     Elizabeth Pope was christened on 13 September 1771 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Elijah Pope and Susan Wilkin.

Isaac Pope

     Isaac Pope was born in Ringshall, Suffolk.
     Isaac Pope married Mary Squirrell, daughter of John Squirrell and Elizabeth Freeman.

Sarah Ann Poppleton

     Sarah Ann Poppleton married Samuel Wright Rich, son of George Rich and Elizabeth Wright, on 26 March 1883 in St John the Baptist, Royston, Barnsley RD, Yorkshire.

Child of Sarah Ann Poppleton and Samuel Wright Rich

Adelaide Popplewell

(June 1854 - March 1922)
     Adelaide Popplewell's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1854 in Thorne RD, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley. Adelaide, Arthur, Louisa and Whiteley were listed as the children of George Popplewell in the 1861 census in Armthorpe, Yorkshire. Walter, Adelaide, Arthur, Louisa, Whiteley, Clara and Martha were listed as the children of George Popplewell in the 1871 census in Worsbrough, Yorkshire.
     The marriage of Adelaide Popplewell and John William Ellis was registered in Barnsley RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1872 quarter.
     An unknown person married Adelaide Popplewell as his second wife, on 24 March 1892 in Barnsley, Yorkshire. As widow she married William FORD in Barnsley 24 Mar 1892.
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     Adelaide's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1922 in Barnsley, Yorkshire.

Agnes Popplewell

(before 1514 - )
     Agnes Popplewell was born before 1514 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Richard Popplewell.
     Agnes Popplewell married Robert Fox before 1538.
     In Richard Popplewell's will dated 13 December 1538 in Belton, Lincolnshire, Agnes Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his children Helen & Henry, Jane the wife of Thomas Popplewell [his son?] and her daughter Cecilia, William & James Popplewell his sons, his daughters Agnes Fox, Magaret Thorneton, Cicilia Caister and Isabell Doringer, Richard his grandson - son of William, his grandson Francis - son of James, John Easter, William Thornton, Robert Fox, John Doringe [probably his sons in law], Michael, Simon & Elizabeth Popplewell and others.
     I Richard Poplewell of Belton, husbandman... to be buried at All Hallows Belton ...
     Item I bequeath unto Henry Popellwell my sonne £6.13.4. and a silver sponne for his hole filiall porcon
     Item I bequeath unto Helyne Poplewell my daughter £6.13.4 and a silvr sponne for her filiall porcon and if the foresaid Henry or Helyne departe out of this world afore they be martyed or else afore they receyve ther foresaid filiall porcon or porcons then I wyll that the sayd porcon or porcons shall remayne unto myne executors to dispose after ther discretion.
     Item I bequeath unto Jane late Thomas Popellwell wyff 10 shillings and silver sponne one qter of barley, 3 metts of malt, one lynn shete and a harden, 4 metts of wheat and one stock of 2 yeares old.
     Item I bequeath unto Helyne Poplewell my daughter 10s.
     Item I bequeath unto William Poplewell and James Poplewell my sonnes ether of them 10 s. and ether of them a silver sponne
     Item I bequeath unto Agnes Fox, Magarett Thorneton, Cicilia Caister and Isabell Doringer my daughters every one of them 10 shillings and every one of them a silver sponne.
     Item I bequeath unto Willm Poplewell my sonne all my cartes, ploughes, carte geare and all the wood pteyning to my house and one braspot, my counter, one lead, one payre of quearnes and one arke.
     Item unto Thomas Walker one ewe or else 20d.
     Item unto Richard, Willm Popelwell's sonne one quye of 3 yeres old.
     Item unto William Pawson one ewe or else 20d
     Item unto Agnes Kitchen one ewe or else 20d
     Item unto Helyne Mosgrave 12d
     Item I bequeath to be distributed among pore people 20 shillings.
     Item I bequeath unto James Popellwell my sonne my gray geldinge.
     Item I bequeath unto Frauncis, James Poppellwell's sonne one ewe.
     Item unto John Caister one ewe
     Item unto William Thorneton one ewe or ells 20d
     Item unto Michaell Popellwell 20d
     Item unto Robt Fox one ewe or ells 20d
     Item unto Simond Popellwell one quye calfe, one lambe or ells 12d
     Item unto Simon Poplewell one quye calfe
     Item unto Elizabeth Poplewell one quye calfe, and Willm my sonne and John Dornynge have the kepinge of these 2 calfs for the pfytt (profit) and behoufe of the said Simon & Elizabeth
     Item unto Cicilia Popellwell Jane's daughter one quye of a yere old, and James my sonne to have the kepinge of the said quye for Cicile's behoufe.
     Item unto Thomas Foster 2 metts of malt.
     Item unto Willm my sonne my best jeckett and to dispose to pore people therefore 3 shillings 4 pence.
     Item unto James Glew my lether dublett
     Item to John Olivr the dublett with lynne sleves
     Item to Willm Jackson the dublett with clothe sleves
     Item to Thomas Codd my vyolett hose
     Item to F(S?)ealand's wyff my best hoose
     Item to the bell man my old hose
     Item to John Glew my black jackett
     Item to Philipp my sloppes
     Item to Willm Robinson my seneles (chenile) jackett
     Item to Thomas Walker an old violett jackett.
     Item to Richard Poplewell my jerkinge. ...
     The residue of my goodes my debts and funall expensis content and paid I will unto Willm Popplewell and James Popplewell my sonnes whom I consititute and make my lawful executors to dispose the residue of my goods not bequeathed after there discretions and ether of them both to have for ther labour 3/4
     Ther being witness the curatt Robte Stott and Alexander Stott with other men Richard Lemett prest and a curatt of Belton witness in this foresaid testament.

     This first part of this will (relating to Helen & Henry) was proved again as LCC wills 1549-50/176 but only part of the transcript was sent, perhaps one of them had died. ... Item I bequeath unto Jane Cat thomb?? Popplewell ... the .. John ... on ... ... my m..
     Her father's will describes her as Agnes Fox and also leaves Robt Fox one ewe or ells 20d. This may ber her son or husband.

Agnes Popplewell

(circa 1550 - )
     Agnes Popplewell was born circa 1550.
     Agnes Popplewell married Richard Thornton on 3 November 1573 in Belton, Lincolnshire.

Agnes Popplewell

(before 1550 - )
     Agnes Popplewell was also known as Agnes Naylor in records. She was born before 1550. She was the daughter of Patriarch Popplewell (of Blyth).
     Agnes Popplewell married John Neyler on 1 January 1568 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire.

Agnes Popplewell

(after 1542 - )
     Agnes Popplewell was born after 1542 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Joan? or John Unknown.

Alban Popplewell

(14 November 1577 - 29 January 1625/26)
     Alban Popplewell was christened on 14 November 1577 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was described as second son in his father's will. He was the son of Francis Popplewell and Dorothy Thornhill.
     In Francis Popplewell's will dated 18 January 1585/86 in Belton, LIN, Alban Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions wife Dorothy the heir of her brother Hugh Thornhill, daughters Elizabeth (to have property in Low Burnham), Mary & Dorothy (to have property in Eastlound), sons Robert (to have Egmonton, Scawby, Gringley on the Hill, Mattersey, N&S Leverton, Wheatley, Southbeck, Scatsworth, Misson, Bawtry & Austerfield property), Albaine (Belton, Owston & Butterwick), Theodore (Langthorpe, Yks then Beckingham?), Joseph (Preston, Lelley, Sutton, Harpen Howten, Cranswick, Yks then Hull), Edmond (Misterton). The children were all minors; his grand-nephew Francis (son of James who was son of William his elder brother]. He also mentions his brother David Popplewell, his cousin Robert Caister and his nephew John Barnard.
     In the name of god amen 18 January 1585 and in the year xxviij th of our sovereign Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queen of England France and Ireland etc I Francis Poplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholme in the County of Lincoln Gentleman now being in perfect health both of body and mind thanked be God yet wayinge the frailty of mortal condition and considering the uncertainty of my life and death purposing god willing to take away so far as in me lieth all occasion of discord and dissensions amongst my posterity that may come or grow by or of my worldly goods or possessions which God's goodness hath given to me in this life do make my last will and testament in manner and form following
First and principally I bequeath my soul to almighty god my only saviour and redeemer by whom I trust to be saved and my body to be buried in the chancel of Belton church ouen/oven against my seat where I do usually sit and to lie upon me within one year next after my death one blue marble stone which doth lie in my kiln house with the day and year of my death written upon the same in brass and my name and otherwise as by my executors shall be devised
Item whereas I the said Francis together with Dorothy my wife knowledge and levied a fine with proclamation before the Queen's majesties Justices of common pleas Westminster to William Fearne of Belton aforesaid Esquire Robert Williamson of Walkeringham in the County of Nottingham gent Thomas Peake of Saxelby in the said County of Lincoln gent Richard Smyth of the city of Lincoln gent and Hugh Thornehill of Misterton in the said county of Nottingham gent of and in all the messuages cottages lands tenements commons moors heaths and hereditaments whatsoever with the appurtenances of me the said Francis and Dorothy or either of us in diverse towns parishes and hamlets in the counties of Lincoln York and Nottingham as by the same fine of Record in the Queen's majesties court of common pleas in Easter term in the xxiiijth year of the reign of our sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth remaining And also by one pair of Indentures quadripartite made betwixt us the said Francis and Dorothy on the one party and the said William Robert Tho: Richard and Hugh on the other party bearing date the first day of march in the said xxiiijth year of the reign of our sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth made we expressed the use and intent of the said fine of the land and other the hereditaments therein contained to be meant and intended to be that the said William Robert Thomas Richard and Hugh should stand and be seased of and in all the said messuages cottages lands tenements meadows -- woods rents rectories parsonages advowdsons reversions services commons moors heaths and hereditaments whatsoever with the appurtenances in the said Fine mentioned to the use of me the said Francis and Dorothy my wife for and during our lives and the longer liver of us and after our deaths & decreases then to every such use and uses as I the said Francis should by my last will and testament in writing limit and appoint to the issue or issues of the body of me the said Francis on the body of the said Dorothy lawfully begotten or to be begotten or to the issue or issues of the body of such issue or issues lawfully begotten or to be begotten according to the limitation thereof and in such manner and form as by the said last will and testament should be expressed as by the said Indenture or Indentures for limiting the uses of the said Fine and declaration of the meanings and intents of all parties thereto doth likewise more plainly appear. Now I the said Francis Poplewell for a full and perfect declaration what use or uses of and in every of the said lands tenements and or hereditaments shall and are to be limited to the issue or issues of my body on the body of the said Dorothy and to which of the said issue or issues the said land and hereditaments and all other the said premises and every parcel thereof shall severally remain and go after the deaths of the said Francis and Dorothy my wife doth by this my last will and testament limit and appoint that after the death of us the said Francis and Dorothy the said fine shall indure and be and the said William Robert Thomas Richard and Hugh and the survivor or survivors of them and his and their heirs and every other person or persons and their heirs with them shall stand seased of the premises or any part thereof shall stand and be seased thereof and of every part thereof to the uses and intents thereof and of the parties thereof hereafter limited and declared and to no other use and intent
ITAL:]viz of and in the Rectory and parsonage of Egmonton and the gift of the vicarage there and all other the said lands tenements milnes rents and other the premises in Egmonton Scrowbye [Scawby?] Gringley upon the hill Mattersey North Leverton South Leverton Wheatley Southbeck Wheatley Scastworth Missen Bawtry and Austerfeild in the counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln to the use and behoof of Robert Poplewell my eldest sonne on the body of Dorothy lawfully begotten and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten And for want of heirs of the body of the said Robert lawfully begotten the said rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Albaine Poplewell another of my sons and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Albaine lawfully begotten the said rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Theodore Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Theodore lawfully begotten the rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Edmond Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Edmond Poplewell lawfully begotten the rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the counties of Nottingham York and lincoln shall remain to Joseph Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten. And for want of heirs of the body of the said Joseph lawfully begotten the rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Dorothy Poplewell Elizabeth Poplewell and Mary Poplewell my daughters and to the heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten and of all and in all other the said lands tenements mills rents and all other the premises with all and singular their appurtenances in Belton Beltoft or else where in the parish of Belton Owston and Butterwick in the county of Lincoln to the use and behoof of Albaine Poplewell my second son of the body of the said Dorothy my wife lawfully begotten and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Albaine of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Theodore Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for want of heirs of Theodore of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Edmond Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Edmond of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Joseph Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Joseph of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances last recited in the said county of lincoln remain to Robert Poplewell my son to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begog begotten and for want of heirs of Robert of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Dorothy Elizabeth and Mary Poplewell my daughters and to their heirs and for want of heirs of Dorothy Elizabeth and Mary of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten the said tenements lands rents and all other the premises with all and singular their appurtenances last recited in the county of Lincoln remain to Francis Poplewell the sonne of James Poplewell which James was the sonne of William my eldest brother and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and in the grange tenements rents and other the premises with and singular their appurtenances in Langthorpe alias Lanthorpe Grange in the county of York to the use and behoof of Theodore Poplewell my third sonne of the body of the said Dorothy lawfully begotten and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Theodore of his body lawfully begotten the said Grange and all other the premises with the appurtenances in Lanthorpe aforesaid to remain to Edmond Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Edmond Poplewell of his body lawfully begotten the said Grange and all the premises in Langthorpe aforesaid to remain to Joseph Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for want of heirs of Joseph of his body lawfully begotten the said grange and all other the premises with the appurtenances in Langthorpe aforesaid to remain to Robert Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Robert of his body lawfully begotten the said grange and all the other the premises with the appurtenances in Langthorpe aforesaid to remain to Albaine Poplewell my sonne and to his heirs lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Albaine of his body lawfully begotten the said grange and all other the premises with the appurtenances to remain to Dorothy Elizabeth & Mary Poplewell my daughters and to their heirs for ever and of and in all other the said lands tenements rents and all other the premises and all and singular the appurtenances in Preston Lelley Lelleydicke Sutton Sutton Inges Somerganges Garton in Holderness Harpen Howton and Howten Cranswick in the county of York to the use and behoof of Joseph Poplewell another of my sons on the body of the said Dorothy lawfully begotten and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Joseph lawfully begotten the said lands tenements & other the premises with their appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the aforesaid Robert Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Robert lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the above named Albaine Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Albaine lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the abovenamed Theodore Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Theodore lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the above named Edmond Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of his body of the said Edmond Poplewell lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the above named Dorothy Elizabeth and Mary my daughters and to the heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten for ever and for want all other the premises said lands tenements meadows and all other the premises with all and singular the appurtenances in Eastlound Axho--in the Isle of Axholme in the county of Lincoln to the use and behoof of Dorothy Poplewell my daughter on the body of the said Dorothy my wife lawfully begotten and to her heirs of her body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and of and in all other the lands meadows and all other the premises with all and singular their appurtenances in Neatherburnham or elsewhere within the fields and territories of the same which was Peter Sleford I give to the use of Elizabeth Poplewell my daughter and to her heirs of her body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and of and in all
Item I give to Dorothy Poplewell my daughter l li £50 to be paid her at the day of her marriage or at xxjtie years of her age which First shall happen
Item I give will and bequeath to Elizabeth Poplewell my daughter xxx li £30 to be paid her at the day of her marriage or at xxjtie years of her age which first shall happen
Item I give will and bequeath to Mary Poplewell my daughter xx li £20 to be paid her at the day of her marriage or at xxjtie years of her age which shall first happen
Item I will give and bequeath to Robert Albaine Theodore Edmond and Joseph Poplewell my sons every one of them xx li £20 to be paid them at the day of their marriage or at 21 years of age which first shall happen
Item I will that if any of my children before named depart this life before they or any of them receive the portion before given them that the portion of them so departing shall remain to them that doth survive to be equally divided amongst them
Item I will give and bequeath to Albaine Poplewell my sonne all the gates pales stowpes rales glass doors windows leades ladders kiln hair sestorne horseracks planchers mangers boustales/bonstales iron racks iron crokes and brigg trees of iron spits and stonetrowges seelinges and maltquearnes quern with all fixed implements about the houses to him and to his heirs and so to remain as heirlooms for ever
Item I will that James Poplewell of Beltoft shall have his farm wherein he doth dwell from and after the death of me for and during the term of 21 years with all profits and commodities to the same belonging paying yearly xls 40 shillings and the rent dew to Mr Hawes which is as Mr Hawes sath vjs viijd
Item I bequeath to Elizabeth Goulsbrowgh xls to be paid when she accomplish the full age of xxjtie years or be married which first shall happen
Item I give and bequeath to David Mosgrave and Alexander Hird my prentices at husbandry either of them xx s to be paid at the years of xxjtie or at their marriage which first shall happen
Item I give and bequeath to the right honourable and my very good Lord and Master Edmond lord Sheafeild my best gelding and to my very good Lady and mistress the lady Sheafeild my second gelding trusting that his honour will be good to my wife & children
Item whereas there is a reversion after the death of my brother Hugh Thornhill if he dye without issue of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten that all his lands tenements meadows pastures closes rents mills and all the premises with all and singular the appurtenances in Kinston upon Hull Beckingham and Misterton shall come to Dorothy my wife & her heirs
Item my will is that the land in Misterton shall come to Edmond Poplewell my son and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and the lands in Beckingham to Theodore Poplewell my son and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and the lands & tenements in Kingston upon Hull shall come to Joseph Poplewell my son and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten
Item I will that all my children shall be brought up at learning where they may best profit and do good
Item my will is that my wife before she enter to any of ­ goods or cattelles she shall stand bound to my supervisors to educate and bring up my children according as my will is And to perform this my said will in all points and my will is that my wife shall be bound to main
[ES's part missing]
... all my houses and .... that the ... during her life and neither to make ... of houses now ...
The residue of all the goods ... ...debts moveable and immoveable legacies ... I give will and bequeath to Dorothy my wife whom I make my full executrix of this my last will and testament
Item I desire my brother in law Mr Hughe Thornehill, Mr Edmond Denton? my brother David Popplewell my cozen Robert Caister and my nephew John Barnard to be supervisors and overseers of this my last will and testament and to see it performed according to the true meaning thereof And I give to every one of them the sums xx shillings and their shall be bone in and about my business
Item I will that the .... if my wife shall not bring ... my children according to my will and testament shall lett forth to the use and behoof of my children all my ... ... land until they come to the age of 21 years
In witness whereof the said Francis Popplewell have putt to my hand and seale in the presence of those whose names ... follow these being witnesses Edmond L... Thomas Sa... ... David Popplewell, Thomas David ... Moodye, John Barnard, George Tonge James Popplewell John Tonge, Thomas Briggs??

     Alban Popplewell was mentioned in a civil court action between 1603 and 1625. Poplewell v Power.Plaintiffs: Alban Poplewell.
Defendants: Peter Power and Dora Power.
Re land in Belton held of the manor of Epworth, Lincolnshire.Document type: [pleadings].
     Alban Popplewell married Frances West on 10 February 1606 in Barmby Upon Don, Yorkshire.
. He was a churchwarden in Belton, LIN, in April 1608.
     Alban Popplewell made a will dated 1625/26 in Winterton, Lincolnshire. In the name of God amen, I Alban Poplewell of Winterton in the co. of Lincoln gentleman, sick in bodye but of perfect rememebrance (praised be to God) do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following ...
I give unto Maria Poplewell my daughter two silver spoons a ... a bearmor cloth ... for cloth bedshete of cambricke of ... of needlework a pair of green curtains with the ... that is wrought with needle work alll these ... to have to her own proper use within one month of my death
]Item I give unto Marie Poplewell my daughter three score pounds to be payed unto her upon when she shall accomplish her full age of ninetene years or upon the day of her marriage which of them shall happen the sooner.
Item I give unto Marie Poplewell my daughter fortie shillings to be paid for yearly by even and equal portions that is to pay twenty shillings upon the feast of St Michael the Archangell and twenty shillings upon the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Marie, but my will is that said forty shillings paimont shall be no longer payd unto Marie my daughter but until the time that the three score pounds shall be due unto her
Item I make Wm? Cooke of Flixborough my brother in law my supervisor of this my will and I desire him that he shall do? all things ... All the residue of my goods moveable and immoveable .... my debts, children's portions and funeral expenses discharged, I give them soly unto Francis my wife and Fra my son (equally to be divided between them) ... make my executors
In witness the day and year above written & set my hand and seal. Witness Robert Medley, Thomas Large? Alban Popplewell.

     Alban was buried on 29 January 1625/26 in Belton, LIN.
     His will was proved in 1626 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Children of Alban Popplewell and Frances West

Alban Popplewell

(1 January 1727/28 - )
     Alban Popplewell was christened on 1 January 1727/28 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Humphrey Popplewell and Mary Whitaker.
Alban Popplewell was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 17 June 1742. Alban, son of Humphrey Popplewell was apprenticed to Hadenby Dixon, cooper in Kingston upon Hull.

Alban Popplewell

(5 August 1767 - before 1768)
     Alban Popplewell was born on 5 August 1767 in Owston, Lincolnshire. 5 August 1767 or 1757. He was the son of Richard Popplewell and Ann Hewitson.
     Alban died before 1768.

Alban Popplewell

(11 October 1768 - )
     Alban Popplewell was christened on 11 October 1768 in Owston, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard Popplewell and Ann Hewitson.
Alban Popplewell was apprenticed on 12 November 1783 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Receipt dated 10 Dec 1783, entered 20 March 1784 Alban Popplewell was indentured to John Stillington, of Epworth, butcher, from 12 Nov 183 for 7 years, paying £5 witih 2/6 duty.
     Alban Popplewell married Sarah Barnet on 15 June 1792 in All Saints, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Mar Grave advises there is some evidence he (as Albion) also went on to marry wife 2: Mary BANKS abt 1815, then Ann CLIFFORD (Jun 1819 in Boston, LIN)..

Child of Alban Popplewell and Sarah Barnet

Alban Popplewell

(9 April 1781 - before 2 August 1846)
     Alban Popplewell was also known as Alborn in records. Alban Popplewell was also known as Albion in records. He was christened on 9 April 1781 in St Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. This is only based on the name. He was the son of Joseph Popplewell and Mary Cope.
     Alban Popplewell married Mary Banks before 1815.
     Alban Popplewell married secondly Ann Unknown (Clifford) on 29 June 1819 in Boston, Lincolnshire.
     Alban died before 2 August 1846 in Millstone Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 2 August 1846 in St Mary graveyard, Nottingham.

Children of Alban Popplewell and Mary Banks

Child of Alban Popplewell and Ann Unknown (Clifford)

Alban Popplewell

(13 August 1815 - 1815)
     Alban Popplewell was also known as Albion in records. He was christened on 13 August 1815 in St Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. He was the son of Alban Popplewell and Mary Banks.
     Alban died in 1815.

Albion Banks Popplewell

(5 January 1818 - )
     Albion Banks Popplewell was born on 5 January 1818 in Boston, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Alban Popplewell and Mary Banks.
     Albion Banks Popplewell married Harriet Unknown before 1845.

Children of Albion Banks Popplewell and Harriet Unknown

Albion Banks Popplewell

(March 1860 - )
     Albion Banks Popplewell's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1860 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Albion Banks Popplewell and Harriet Unknown.

Alexander Popplewell

(10 May 1565 - March 1618)
     Alexander Popplewell was christened on 10 May 1565 in London. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell.
     Alexander died in March 1618 in London, aged 52. Mark Grace wrote: He is part of my unattached London group. This suggests he married (have no clues to that) and had a son he preferred to have bapt. in Belton. This suggest Thomas, his father is one of the Belton group and had London connections. Thomas his father was sworn in for various Inquisitions between 1558 & 1560 at the Guildhall, London, so presumably will be one of the more significant residents (landowner) in the Isle of Axholme to have that kind of trust and weight..

Child of Alexander Popplewell

Alfred Popplewell

(23 April 1909 - 21 November 1964)
     Alfred Popplewell married Ethel Gladys Foster. Alfred Popplewell was born on 23 April 1909. He was the son of Charles Edward Popplewell and Emma Dunk.
     Alfred died on 21 November 1964 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire, England, aged 55.

Alice Popplewell

(18 October 1578 - )
     Alice Popplewell was christened on 18 October 1578 in Benington, Lincolnshire.

Alice Popplewell

(circa 1650? - )
     Alice Popplewell was born circa 1650? In Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. She is mentioned in the will of her father and her sister.. She was the daughter of Robert Popplewell and Elizabeth Unknown.
     In Robert Popplewell's will dated 16 August 1670 in Gainsborough, Alice Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his wife Elizabeth and daughters Elizabeth & Alice, and lands in Belton in the occupation of John Popplewell.
     Will of Robert Poplewell of Gainsborough, joiner dated 16 August 1670 gives lands etc. in parish of Belton now in the occupation of Simon Wright ... now in the occupation of John Popplewell and all other of my freehold lands ... in the parish of Belton afsd unto his loving wife Elizabeth and after her decease to I do give and devise the same to my two daughters Elizabeth & Alice Poplewell the sum of forty pounds ... to be paid at their ... at 21 or marriage, a piece of silver plate also six silver spoons
Item I give unto my cozen Richard Sh.ouson 5/- for a legacy
Item I give unto Richard Goldsburgh 5/- for a legacy.
The rest to Elizabeth Popplewell his wife, Elizabeth & Alice Popplewell his daughters ... my kinsman Charles Broughton to be supervisor ... Signed Robert Poplewell.

     In Elizabeth Popplewell's will dated 31 January 1676/77 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Alice Popplewell was named as heir; Will of Elizabeth Popplewell, spinster of Gainsborough leaves everything to her mother Elizabeth and sister Alice.
Memorandum that upon the one & thirtieth day of January in the year of our Lord according to the computation of the Church of England 1676 Elizabeth Poplewell of Gainsborough in the county of Lincoln spinster being sick in body but of good and sound memory and understanding did declare make her last will and testament nuncupative or by word of mouth in manner and form following or in words to the like effect viz
she gave and bequeathed all her estate to Elizabeth Pople? her mother and Alice Pople her sister and did at the same time express and declare that thee would not give any thing away from them which word or the like in effect thee expressed and declared with a serious intent and purpose they should stand for and be her last will and testament in the presence and hearing of John Cole, Bridget Hopkin & Anne Stephenson
[who all made their mark].
     Alice Popplewell married Timothy Heardson on 28 September 1678 in Kettlethorpe, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as Timothy Heardson of Gainsborough & Alis Popplewell of Gainsborough, spinster.

Alice Popplewell

(before 19 June 1605 - )
     Alice Popplewell was born before 19 June 1605 in Everton, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell.

Alice Popplewell

(circa 1600 - )
     Alice Popplewell was born circa 1600.
     Alice Popplewell married Henry Palmer on 24 June 1619 in Perlethorpe, Nottinghamshire.

Alice Popplewell

(after 1544 - )
     Alice Popplewell was born after 1544 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Joan? or John Unknown.