Francis Popplewell

(1886 - before 1893?)
     Francis Popplewell was born in 1886 in Ashby, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Robert Popplewell and Harriet Hoodless.
     Francis died before 1893?.

Frank Popplewell

(1867 - June 1950)
     Frank Popplewell was born in 1867. He was the son of James Popplewell and Sarah Ann Petch. Frank, Edward and Edith were listed as the children of James Popplewell in the 1871 census in Althorpe.
     Frank Popplewell married Margaret Ward Drew in 1896 in Hull RD, Yorkshire.
     Frank's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1950 in Hull RD Yorkshire.

Children of Frank Popplewell and Margaret Ward Drew

Frank Popplewell

(1893 - 1960)
     Frank Popplewell was born in 1893. He was the son of Thomas Robert Popplewell and Harriet Hoodless.
     Frank died in 1960.

Frank Popplewell

(17 December 1897 - )
     Frank Popplewell was born on 17 December 1897 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire. He was the son of Frank Popplewell and Margaret Ward Drew.

Fred Popplewell

(1897 - )
     Fred Popplewell was born in 1897. He was the son of Thomas Robert Popplewell and Harriet Hoodless.

Frederic William Popplewell

(15 September 1824 - 8 April 1886)
     Frederic William Popplewell was christened on 15 September 1824 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Popplewell and Hannah Shaw.
     Frederic died on 8 April 1886 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, aged 61. Married widow Ellen ASHWORTH in Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada abt 1857. Occupation, painter in 1861 Canadian census - with Mrs POPPLEWELL, 3 ASHWORTH children (presumably wife's previous marriage) & son Albert POPPLEWELL (actually Alfred Ashworth POPPLEWELL – 1856 to bef 1891; descendants in Canada from his marriage to Eleanor HARRIS)..

Gainsborough patriarch? Popplewell

Children of Gainsborough patriarch? Popplewell

George Popplewell

(14 September 1606 - circa 1668)
     George Popplewell was christened on 14 September 1606 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, England. He was baptised with Susannah, so may have been older.. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Brighouse.
     In Robert Popplewell's will dated 28 January 1613/14 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, George Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions both Misson & Belton and his sons Francis, George & William, and daughters Dorothy, Faith, Elizabeth, Susannah, Marie & Anne, all minors, also his mother Dorothy Bonner the wife of William Bonner, and his sister Barbara, his brothers in law William Medley & William Sandall.
In the name of God Amen the 28th day of January 1613 I Robert Poplewell of Myssen in the County of Nottingham gent now being in perfect health both of body and mind praised be Almighty God yet weighing the uncertainty of my life & death purposing by God's grace to take away so far as -e me? lyeth all occasions of discord and dissensions amongst my posterity that may come or grow by the occasions of my worldly goods or possessions which God's goodness and mercy hath given to me in this life do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following
First & principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator and Jesus Christ my Saviour and Redeemer by whose precious death and passion I steadfastly hope & believe to be saved and my body to be buried in the Church of Myssen aforesaid at the discretion of my friends

Item I give to the poor people of Myssen iij li vj s viij d to be disposed amongst them according to the discretion of the Vicar of Myssen and the Supervisors of my will
Item I give unto the poor people of Belton in the Isle of Axholme xx s to be disposed their by the Minister of Belton & my said supervisors
Item I will that my son Francis Poplewell shall levy & Fine & Recovery in due form of law of & in all my lands and tenements in Howton & Howton Cranswick within the County of York to the use & behoof of George Poplewell my son & his heirs for ever and the charges in the law for the executing thereof to be paid forth of my goods and that my said son Francis shall pass the same within one year next after the said Francis shall accomplish his full age of 21 years And if my said son Francis refuse to do the same within the said time limited, then I give unto my said son George and his heirs for ever all that messuage or tenement situate & being in Myssen wherein I now dwell with all the land arable meadow & pasture thereto belonging And if my said sonne Francis pass the said Fine according to my will then this gift of my farm in Myssen to be void & of none effect
Item I give unto my son William Poplewell all my lands & tenements in Belton aforesaid to the only & proper use of him & behoof of him the said William Poplewell & his heirs & Assigns for ever
Item I give unto William Medlay and William Sandall of Belton aforesaid my brothers in law one annuity or yearly rent of twenty pounds of lawful English money to be paid forth of all my lands tenements & hereditaments wheresoever to have hold and receive the said yearly rent or annuity of xx li issuing out of all my said lands tenements & hereditaments with thappurtenances unto the said William Medlay & William Sandall & their assigns yearly & every year for and during the life natural of Dorothy Bonner my mother wife of Wm Bonner gentleman at the feast of Pentecost and St Martin the Bishop - equal portions upon Condition that my said Mother shall & will hereafter content & satisfy her self with that maintenance & affordement that is limited and appointed unto her and shall not exact nor charge nor any way demand by law upon the said William Bonner his heirs executors or Administrators any further allowance or maintenance unless the said Wm Bonner do of his own free bounty and love at any time bestow more upon her And if my said Mother do not hold herself contented & satisfied herewith then this gift to be void
     Item I give and bequeath unto my daughters Dorothy, Faith, Elizabeth, Marie, Susanna and Anne every one of them one hundredth pounds of lawful English money to be paid unto them & every one of them as they shall accomplish their several ages of xxj tie years or be married whether shall first happen the said six hundredth pounds to be paid forth of my goods so far forth as it will extend and if my said goods will not serve to discharge the said portions then my will is that so much as remaineth unpaid shall be paid & discharged forth of the rents & profits of all my lands & tenements in Myssen aforesaid And if my sonne Francis do refuse to pay the same I will that my lands in Myssen shall be sold for the payment of the said portions if the law will suffer it And if the law will not suffer it then I give unto my said Daughters Dorothy, Faith, Elizabeth Marie Susanna & Anne, and to their heirs for ever All three those two farms with their appurtenances wherein William Rydley and William --- ? & Wm Crowder ^ & dwelleth with all the land meadows pastures & appurtenances to them belonging And if it happen any of my said daughters to dye before they accomplish their several ages of xxj tie years or be married then my will is that their portions so dying shall remain to the residue of my daughters then surviving Also my will is that the said several portions given to my said daughters shall be put further within one year next after my decease for their several maintenances during their minorities at the discretion of my supervisors so as my goods will extend equally to be divided amongst them and if my goods will not extend so far as to discharge the said portions then my will is that so much of the said portions as remaineth unpaid shall be paid & discharged out of the rents and profits of all my lands during the minority of my son Francis Poplewell if the law will suffer it
     Item I give unto my son George one annuity of viij li yearly to be paid him out of my farm in Myssen wherein I now dwell towards his maintenance for and during such time until my son Francis shall accomplish his full age of 21 years
     Item I give unto Briget Wild of Gringley widow late wife of Henry Wilde my windmill standing in the field of Gringley to her and to her heirs forever and also three Sellions of a field lying in the said fields of Gringley upon condition that she the said Briget Wilde her executors administrators or assigns shall pay or cause to be paid of lawful money the sum of eight pounds ^ within one year after my death into the hands of my executors to and for the use of my six daughters, and if she the said Briget her executors administrators or assigns shall refuse or delay to make payment of the said sum of money accordingly as it is set down then this gift to be void
     Item I give to my two younger sons George and William either of them xl s
]Item I will that John Sandall of Belton be guardian to my son George and have and his lands the disposing of him^ during his minority
]Item my will is that my brother William Sandall be guardian to my son William and have the disposing of him and his lands during his minority and I appoint and ordain my brothers William Medlay and William Sandall to be executors of this my last will and testament
]In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day above written Robert Poplewell
Item I give to my sister Barbara in Mysson? -- - house where my mother sometimes dwelled with the parlour and chamber and I will that my wai---y of pease and barley be sown this year of my g--- that it may be to the benefit of my children
these being witnesses
Henry hill
Robt Waterland
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Robert Horberyeton.
Francis, William, George, Faith, Susanna, Mary, Ann and Elizabeth was a beneficiary in Robert Popplewell's will proved 16 January 1616/17 in Retford, Nottinghamshire.      
George Popplewell was listed in the Protestation returns in March 1641/42 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire.
     George Popplewell married Margaret Unknown well before 1668.
     George Popplewell made a will dated 29 May 1668 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire. George's will mentions his wife Margaret, lands in Burton Stather & Belton, Morton near Gainsborough, his sister Mary Ward & her children; his brother Thomas Alvestry, his nephew Thomas Alvestry & his wife, his two nieces Anne Alvestry & Barbara Alvestry his sisters; his nephew George Poplewell son of Robert Poplewell of Misson and his sisters Elizabeth & Dorothy who are minors, his nephew George Poplewell the son of George Poplewell draper of Gainsbrough and his three Sisters Prudence Bridget & Elizabeth who are minors, his brother William Poplewell late of Gainsbrough deceased, his two nephews George Johnson & William Johnson (minors) sons of his niece Elizabeth Johnson of Gainsbrough & her husband Thomas; his nephew George Poplewell of Gainsbrough draper & his wife Prudence; his nephew Thomas Yorke & Chariman? his wife & their children; his nephews Symon Yorke & Bartholomew Yorke, his nephew John Grasham & his wife & their children, his cousin Francis Thornhill & Margaret his wife. He gives to the poor of Flixborough, Normanby & Burton.
     In the Name of God Amen the 29th day of May Anno Domini 1668: I George Poplewell of Flixbrough in the County of Lincoln gentleman being sick in body but in perfect memory God be praised, do make and Ordain this my last will & testament in manner & form following
First I bequeath my soul to my Creatour & maker trusting in the merits & passion of my only Saviour & Redeemer, that all my sins are forgiven & Washed away in & through his passion & pretious blood shed upon the Crosse: And my body to be buryed at the discrecion of my Executrix hereafter mencioned and as for my lands Tenements Goods & chattels which the Lord in his mercy hath bestowed upon me I do give & bequeath as Followeth
     Imprimis I Give & Bequeath unto my dear wife Margaret Poplewell all my messuages tenements & other buildinges and all my land Arable Meadow or pasture with their & Every of their appurtenances situated & being in Burton super Stayther and in Belton within the Ile of Axholme & in Morton near Gainsbrough and now in the possession of Edward Morton William [Hunsley/Himsley] & Thomas Burton To have & to hold all the aforesaid premises for and during her natural life And after her decease to these persons here after mencioned (that is to say) as to that house in Burton super Stayther with its appurtenances I give & bequeath unto my Sister Mary Ward (if she do over live Margaret my Wife) for & during her natural life
     And after her decease to George Poplewell my nephew son of Robert Poplewell of Missen to have and to hold to him & his heires for Ever And as to the messuages arable land meadow or pasture in Burton aforesaid after the decease of Margaret my Wife I give & bequeath to my Nephew George Poplewell aforesaid to have & to hold to him and his heirs for ever he paying such legacies as are hereafter mencioned (that is to say) To his sisters Elizabeth Poplewell and Dorothy Poplewell Either of them ten pounds a piece to be paid at the time of their marriages or when they are one & twenty yeares of age which shall happen first And if Either of them dye before the dayes of payment then my Will & mind is that She that's living have the ten pounds due to her Sister if she had been alive
     Also it is my will & mind that if my said nephew George Poplewell his heires or Assignes doe not pay unto his two Sisters either them the said Ten pounds a piece at the time before Expressd then the said Elizabeth & Dorothy or either of them which shall be alive at that time) shall have full power to enter to the said messuages & to all the grounds belonging to them and the same to possess & enjoy until the said sum of Twenty pounds be paid & all charges concerning the same provided it be after the death of Margaret my Wife
     And as to the Messuage land meadow & pasture with all the appurtenances in Morton near Gainsbrough after the decease of Margaret my wife I give & bequeath unto my nephew George Poplewell the son of George Poplewell draper of Gainsbrough to have & to hold to him & his heirs for ever he paying these legacies here after mentioned (viz) To his three Sisters Prudence Bridget & Elizabeth Five pounds a piece at the time of ^ their marriages or as they come to the Age of one & Twenty years which shall come first And if any of them dye before the dayes of payment then my will & mind is that she or they that are living ^shall have her or their partes that¹s dead
     Also it is my will & mind that if my said nephew George Poplewell do not pay unto his three Sisters or to one or two which shall be then alive the said sum of Fifteen before Expresst at the times aforesaid then the said Prudence Bridget & Elizabeth all or any of them then living) shall have ^ full power by this my will to enter to the said messuage & to all other grounds belonging it by this bequest and the same to possess & enjoy until the said sum of Fifteen pounds be paid & all charges concerning the same provided it be after the death of Margaret my Wife
     And whereas my brother William Poplewell late of Gainsbrough deceased did by his & will & testament give & bequeath unto my brother Thomas Alvestry & my sister Mary Ward aforesaid twenty shillings a year a piece to be paid out of this aforesaid Messuages & landes during their two lives as by the said Will doth more fully appear It is my Will and mind that Margaret my Wife doe pay to my said Brother & sister the said Twenty shilling a piece (viz) To each of them upon Lammas day ten shillings & Candlemas day other ten shillings according to the intent & meaning of the will
     Also it is my will & mind that if my said brother Thomas Alvestrey & my sister Mary Ward both or either of them doe overlive Margaret my wife Then that my nephew George Poplewell the son of George of Gainsbrough do pay to them both or either of them during their lives the said twenty shillinges a piece according as before Expresst and also To my sister Mary Ward twenty shillings a year more during her life at the same days of payment before mentioned or her other twenty shillings given by my brother
     Item it is my will & mind that if it should fall out that the said George Poplewells my two nephews aforesaid do either of them dye before Margaret my wife then those messuage or messuages & all other lands whatsoever which should have descended by this bequest of mine to him being dead, shall descend to him thats alive the ... whether of them it ... is to his heirs for ever And if my said two nephews both dye then it's my will & mind That all the messuages tenements & buildinges & all the other lands by this my will bequeathed to my wife for her life shall descend to Geo my two nephews George Johnson & William Johnson sons of Thomas Johnson of Gainsbrough & to them & their heirs for ever they paying those legacies abovesaid to all the parties which my two nephews should have paid if they had livd:/:
     Item Its my will & mind & I do give unto my niece Elizabeth Johnson of Gainsbrough ^ Twenty poundes & to her husband Thomas Johnson Five poundes and to George & William Johnson their children either ^ of them Ten poundes a piece
     Item I give unto my nephew George Poplewell of Gainsbrough draper & unto his wife Prudence his Wife either ^ of them Ten shillinges to buy them ringes for a remembrance of me
     Item I give unto all the children of Mary Ward twenty shillings a piece
     Item I give unto my nephew Thomas Alvestry & his wife either of them of them five pounds a piece
     And to my two nieces Anne Alvestry & Barbara Alvestry his sisters either of them twenty shillinges a piece
     Item I give unto my nephew Thomas Yorke & Chariman his wife either of them forty shillings a piece & to every one of their children ten shillings a piece
     Item I give unto my nephews Symon Yorke & Bartholomew Yorke that Bond betwixt them which Symon owes me, & that Forty shillinges I lent him to -e-e--- him out of prison
     Item I give unto my nephew John Grasham & his wife Either of them Twenty shillinges & to Every one of their children Five shillinges a piece
     Item I give unto my Cousin Francis Thornhill & to Margaret his wife either of them twenty shillinges to buy them rings for a remembrance of me
     Item it is my will & mind that all these legacies be paid within a twelve month after my decease excepting these that have other times particularly express't in this my will & the two legacies given to George Johnson & William his brother sons of Thomas & Elizabeth & I would have given when they come to one & twenty yeares of age or marry which comes first
     Item I give ^ to all my household servants ^ five shillings more than their wages
     Item I give to the poor of Flixbrough Forty shillinges and to the poor of Normanbie & Burton twenty shilling to be distributed by the Church wardens & overseers of the poor as my executrix shall direct them
     And for all the rest of my goodes chattels bills bonds & all things whatsoever I give unto Margaret Poplewell my dear wife whom I make sole executrix of this my last will & testament: And do desire my nephews George Poplewell & Thomas Johnson of Gainsbrough to be supravisors of this my last will & testament to see performed according to the true intent & meaning thereof
     In witness hereof I do here publish & declare this to be my last will & testament revoking all other by me formerly made And do here the day & year above written set to my hand & seale:/
[Signed G Poplewell]
     memorandum that these words (Twenty poundes) in the 1st line & them wordes (Five shillinges) in the 17th line were interlined before the sealing & publishing hereof & then sealed & published in the presence of John Ellam his mark.

     George died circa 1668 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire.
     His will was proved circa 1668 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

George Popplewell

(24 November 1593 - before 6 August 1597)
     George Popplewell was christened on 24 November 1593 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell.
     George died before 6 August 1597 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 6 August 1597 in Belton, LIN.

George Popplewell

(26 April 1660 - 5 July 1661)
     George Popplewell was christened on 26 April 1660 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell and Christine Unknown.
     George was buried on 5 July 1661 in Belton, LIN.

George Popplewell

(19 September 1823 - 30 November 1891)
     George Popplewell was christened on 19 September 1823 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell and Sarah Pilkinton.
     George Popplewell appeared on the 1841 census in Owston, Lincolnshire. George was an 18 year male servant with Henry Wood.
     George Popplewell married Sarah Ann Whiteley on 24 June 1847 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire.
     George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley appeared on the 1861 census in Armthorpe, Yorkshire. George Popplewell, 38, ag lab, born Althorpe; his wife Sarah 41, dressmaker, born Althorpe; children Adelaide 7, Arthur 6, both born Belton, Louisa,1, infant son 5 days, born Armthorpe.
     George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley appeared on the 1871 census in Worsbrough, Yorkshire. George Popplewell, 48, gate keeper, born Althorpe; his wife Ann 49, born Althorpe, children Walter,19... lab, Adelaide, 18, dressmaker, Arthur 13...lab, all born at Belton, Louisa 11, Whiteley 10, both born at Althorpe; Clara 5, and Martha 9 weeks, both born Worsbrough.
     George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley appeared on the 1881 census in the Railway Cottages, Park Rd, Worsbrough, Darfield, Yorkshire. George Popplewell, aged 57, railway signalman, born Althorpe, Lincs. wife Ann aged 59, born Althorpe; son Arthur aged 24, coalminer, born Belton. son Whiteley, aged 19, railway clerk, born Armthorpe, Clara aged 16, dressmaker, Martha Ann, 10, scholar, both born Worsborough.
Ann may be Sarah Anne as age and birthplace are similar.
     George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley appeared on the 1891 census in 28 Park Rd, Worsborough, Yorkshire. George Popplewell     67 (amended to 65?), retired railway signalman, born Althorpe, his wife Sarah A Popplewell     70, born Althorpe, son Whitley Popplewell, 30, railway clerk, born Armsthorpe, Yks; grand daughter Louisa B Ellis, 13, dressmaker's apprentice, born Barnsley, William Ryall,17, lodger, born Althorpe.
     George died on 30 November 1891 in Worsbrough, Darfield, Yorkshire, aged 68. He was buried in Worsbrough, Darfield.

Children of George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley

George Popplewell

(circa 1620? - circa 1694)
     George Popplewell was born circa 1620?. He could be the George born in 1630 son of Francis of Misson, or even the son of William of Gainsborough. Either would make him grand nephew of George of Flixborough who mentions him in his will of 1668 & Margaret of Gainsborough (wife of Wm or George?) in 1675. Much more work required on the Georges. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Brighouse.
     George Popplewell married Prudence Unknown before 1658. More work required!.
     In 1661, a Bill & Answer - Tubb v Popplewell. Plaintiffs: John Tubb.
Defendants: George Popplewell, Prudence Popplewell his wife and William Midwinter. Subject: money, Nottinghamshire.
     In George Popplewell's will dated 29 May 1668 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire, George Popplewell was named as heir; George's will mentions his wife Margaret, lands in Burton Stather & Belton, Morton near Gainsborough, his sister Mary Ward & her children; his brother Thomas Alvestry, his nephew Thomas Alvestry & his wife, his two nieces Anne Alvestry & Barbara Alvestry his sisters; his nephew George Poplewell son of Robert Poplewell of Misson and his sisters Elizabeth & Dorothy who are minors, his nephew George Poplewell the son of George Poplewell draper of Gainsbrough and his three Sisters Prudence Bridget & Elizabeth who are minors, his brother William Poplewell late of Gainsbrough deceased, his two nephews George Johnson & William Johnson (minors) sons of his niece Elizabeth Johnson of Gainsbrough & her husband Thomas; his nephew George Poplewell of Gainsbrough draper & his wife Prudence; his nephew Thomas Yorke & Chariman? his wife & their children; his nephews Symon Yorke & Bartholomew Yorke, his nephew John Grasham & his wife & their children, his cousin Francis Thornhill & Margaret his wife. He gives to the poor of Flixborough, Normanby & Burton.
     In the Name of God Amen the 29th day of May Anno Domini 1668: I George Poplewell of Flixbrough in the County of Lincoln gentleman being sick in body but in perfect memory God be praised, do make and Ordain this my last will & testament in manner & form following
First I bequeath my soul to my Creatour & maker trusting in the merits & passion of my only Saviour & Redeemer, that all my sins are forgiven & Washed away in & through his passion & pretious blood shed upon the Crosse: And my body to be buryed at the discrecion of my Executrix hereafter mencioned and as for my lands Tenements Goods & chattels which the Lord in his mercy hath bestowed upon me I do give & bequeath as Followeth
     Imprimis I Give & Bequeath unto my dear wife Margaret Poplewell all my messuages tenements & other buildinges and all my land Arable Meadow or pasture with their & Every of their appurtenances situated & being in Burton super Stayther and in Belton within the Ile of Axholme & in Morton near Gainsbrough and now in the possession of Edward Morton William [Hunsley/Himsley] & Thomas Burton To have & to hold all the aforesaid premises for and during her natural life And after her decease to these persons here after mencioned (that is to say) as to that house in Burton super Stayther with its appurtenances I give & bequeath unto my Sister Mary Ward (if she do over live Margaret my Wife) for & during her natural life
     And after her decease to George Poplewell my nephew son of Robert Poplewell of Missen to have and to hold to him & his heires for Ever And as to the messuages arable land meadow or pasture in Burton aforesaid after the decease of Margaret my Wife I give & bequeath to my Nephew George Poplewell aforesaid to have & to hold to him and his heirs for ever he paying such legacies as are hereafter mencioned (that is to say) To his sisters Elizabeth Poplewell and Dorothy Poplewell Either of them ten pounds a piece to be paid at the time of their marriages or when they are one & twenty yeares of age which shall happen first And if Either of them dye before the dayes of payment then my Will & mind is that She that's living have the ten pounds due to her Sister if she had been alive
     Also it is my will & mind that if my said nephew George Poplewell his heires or Assignes doe not pay unto his two Sisters either them the said Ten pounds a piece at the time before Expressd then the said Elizabeth & Dorothy or either of them which shall be alive at that time) shall have full power to enter to the said messuages & to all the grounds belonging to them and the same to possess & enjoy until the said sum of Twenty pounds be paid & all charges concerning the same provided it be after the death of Margaret my Wife
     And as to the Messuage land meadow & pasture with all the appurtenances in Morton near Gainsbrough after the decease of Margaret my wife I give & bequeath unto my nephew George Poplewell the son of George Poplewell draper of Gainsbrough to have & to hold to him & his heirs for ever he paying these legacies here after mentioned (viz) To his three Sisters Prudence Bridget & Elizabeth Five pounds a piece at the time of ^ their marriages or as they come to the Age of one & Twenty years which shall come first And if any of them dye before the dayes of payment then my will & mind is that she or they that are living ^shall have her or their partes that¹s dead
     Also it is my will & mind that if my said nephew George Poplewell do not pay unto his three Sisters or to one or two which shall be then alive the said sum of Fifteen before Expresst at the times aforesaid then the said Prudence Bridget & Elizabeth all or any of them then living) shall have ^ full power by this my will to enter to the said messuage & to all other grounds belonging it by this bequest and the same to possess & enjoy until the said sum of Fifteen pounds be paid & all charges concerning the same provided it be after the death of Margaret my Wife
     And whereas my brother William Poplewell late of Gainsbrough deceased did by his & will & testament give & bequeath unto my brother Thomas Alvestry & my sister Mary Ward aforesaid twenty shillings a year a piece to be paid out of this aforesaid Messuages & landes during their two lives as by the said Will doth more fully appear It is my Will and mind that Margaret my Wife doe pay to my said Brother & sister the said Twenty shilling a piece (viz) To each of them upon Lammas day ten shillings & Candlemas day other ten shillings according to the intent & meaning of the will
     Also it is my will & mind that if my said brother Thomas Alvestrey & my sister Mary Ward both or either of them doe overlive Margaret my wife Then that my nephew George Poplewell the son of George of Gainsbrough do pay to them both or either of them during their lives the said twenty shillinges a piece according as before Expresst and also To my sister Mary Ward twenty shillings a year more during her life at the same days of payment before mentioned or her other twenty shillings given by my brother
     Item it is my will & mind that if it should fall out that the said George Poplewells my two nephews aforesaid do either of them dye before Margaret my wife then those messuage or messuages & all other lands whatsoever which should have descended by this bequest of mine to him being dead, shall descend to him thats alive the ... whether of them it ... is to his heirs for ever And if my said two nephews both dye then it's my will & mind That all the messuages tenements & buildinges & all the other lands by this my will bequeathed to my wife for her life shall descend to Geo my two nephews George Johnson & William Johnson sons of Thomas Johnson of Gainsbrough & to them & their heirs for ever they paying those legacies abovesaid to all the parties which my two nephews should have paid if they had livd:/:
     Item Its my will & mind & I do give unto my niece Elizabeth Johnson of Gainsbrough ^ Twenty poundes & to her husband Thomas Johnson Five poundes and to George & William Johnson their children either ^ of them Ten poundes a piece
     Item I give unto my nephew George Poplewell of Gainsbrough draper & unto his wife Prudence his Wife either ^ of them Ten shillinges to buy them ringes for a remembrance of me
     Item I give unto all the children of Mary Ward twenty shillings a piece
     Item I give unto my nephew Thomas Alvestry & his wife either of them of them five pounds a piece
     And to my two nieces Anne Alvestry & Barbara Alvestry his sisters either of them twenty shillinges a piece
     Item I give unto my nephew Thomas Yorke & Chariman his wife either of them forty shillings a piece & to every one of their children ten shillings a piece
     Item I give unto my nephews Symon Yorke & Bartholomew Yorke that Bond betwixt them which Symon owes me, & that Forty shillinges I lent him to -e-e--- him out of prison
     Item I give unto my nephew John Grasham & his wife Either of them Twenty shillinges & to Every one of their children Five shillinges a piece
     Item I give unto my Cousin Francis Thornhill & to Margaret his wife either of them twenty shillinges to buy them rings for a remembrance of me
     Item it is my will & mind that all these legacies be paid within a twelve month after my decease excepting these that have other times particularly express't in this my will & the two legacies given to George Johnson & William his brother sons of Thomas & Elizabeth & I would have given when they come to one & twenty yeares of age or marry which comes first
     Item I give ^ to all my household servants ^ five shillings more than their wages
     Item I give to the poor of Flixbrough Forty shillinges and to the poor of Normanbie & Burton twenty shilling to be distributed by the Church wardens & overseers of the poor as my executrix shall direct them
     And for all the rest of my goodes chattels bills bonds & all things whatsoever I give unto Margaret Poplewell my dear wife whom I make sole executrix of this my last will & testament: And do desire my nephews George Poplewell & Thomas Johnson of Gainsbrough to be supravisors of this my last will & testament to see performed according to the true intent & meaning thereof
     In witness hereof I do here publish & declare this to be my last will & testament revoking all other by me formerly made And do here the day & year above written set to my hand & seale:/
[Signed G Poplewell]
     memorandum that these words (Twenty poundes) in the 1st line & them wordes (Five shillinges) in the 17th line were interlined before the sealing & publishing hereof & then sealed & published in the presence of John Ellam his mark.

     He was mentioned in the 1675 will of Margaret Popplewell, widow of Gainsborough.
I BELIEVE HE IS THE GRAND NEPHEW OF GEORGE OF FLIXBOROUGH. [Not my comments].. George was a woollen draper, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.
     George Popplewell married Catherine Unknown before 1694. There is confusion between his wives Prudence (widow died 1701) or Catherine as mentioned in his 1694 will!.
     In George Popplewell's will dated 20 May 1694 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, George Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his wife Katherine, his sons William, George, daughters Bridget, Elizabeth, Frances & Elizabeth and her husband George Barnard.
     ... duo? decimo die May 1694 I George Popplewell of Gainsborough, Lincoln, woollen draper being sick and weak in body but of good and perfect memory do hereby make this my last will & testament in manner and form following
Impremis I give and devise unto my well beloved wife Katherine for her life so long as she continues to be my widow the messuage where I now dwell but if married 10 pounds a year.
After my wife's death or marriage, unto my son William Popplewell and his heirs forever
Item I give & devise unto my son George Poplewell lands in Morton? formerly the lands of my uncle? William Popplewell & which I bought lately of my said son and have paid him for though.
Item I give unto my daughter Bridget & her heirs the messuage house or tenement?.... belonging in Morton which I purchased of Joseph -ugg and all the lands in Morton afsd
Item I give to my daughter Elizabeth, 250 pounds to be paid to her within 12 months of my decease ... my executor
Item I give unto my daughter Frances ... and I give unto her thirty pounds to be paid within 12 months of my decease
... any of my said three daughters Bridget Elizabeth & Frances shall each happen to dye before the ...I give unto my said son William & his heirs forever
And I also give unto him all my goods & chatells moveable & immoveable after by debts paid & funeral expenses discharged the better to enable him to satisfying legacies... and hereby appoint him sole executor of this my will...
And I give my son in law Mr George Bernard & Prudence his wife to either of them a ginny to buy mourning rings
     And I appoint Mr John Pinder ... to be supervisors...
Signed Geo Poplewell.

     George died circa 1694 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.
     His will was proved circa 1694 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Children of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown

George Popplewell

(before 30 September 1704 - )
     George Popplewell was born before 30 September 1704 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of William Popplewell and Ann Scott.

George Popplewell

     George Popplewell was the son of Francis Popplewell.
     He is probably George of Gainsborough. and grand nephew of George of Flixborough.. George Popplewell was born before 26 September 1630 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, England.
     George Popplewell was mentioned in a civil court action in 1671. Poplewell v Fowe. Bill and two answers.
Plaintiffs: George Poplewell.
Defendants: Robert Fowe and Robert Fowe.
Re property in Misson or Misterton, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire.
     George Popplewell and George Popplewell were mentioned in the 1674 hearth tax list in Misson, Nottinghamshire, paying the tax on 2 hearths as Mr George Popwell. In 1664 there are no Popplewells listed for the hearth tax but there is a Francis Poole.

George Popplewell

(before 1668? - before 1713)
     George Popplewell was also known as George Popplewell (of Gainsborough, son of George) in records. He was born before 1668? In Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown. He was a churchwarden in 1687/88.      
George Popplewell in 1689 in East Retford, Nottinghamshire. George was a woollen draper in 1693, East Retford.
     George Popplewell and an unknown person obtained a marriage licence on 3 March 1693/94. George Popplewell of East Retford, woollen draper & Sarah Holywell, of same, spinster, at Treswell.
     George Popplewell married Sarah Holywell circa 3 March 1693/94 in Treswell, Nottinghamshire.
     George Popplewell lived at East Retford, Nottinghamshire, from 1694. George was a draper who was presented to the Archdeaconry of Nottingham church court for not paying church dues in 1699, East Retford.
     In Prudence Unknown's will dated 13 April 1701 in Gainsborough, George Popplewell was named as heir; I Prudence Poplewell of Gainsborough, widow, being weak in body ... unto my granddaughter Elizabeth Popplewell, daughter of George Popplewell my son of Redford ... all the rest to my son William Popplewell of Gainsborough whom I make sole executor. She made her mark.
     George died before 1713.

Children of George Popplewell and Sarah Holywell

George Popplewell

(circa 1640 - )
     He is mentioned in his uncle George's will of 1668. Is this George of Gainsborough? Could he be George the glover & citizen of London who took an apprentice, Will, son of James Washington of Horncastle, Lincoln on the 8 July 1730?. George Popplewell was born circa 1640 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, England. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Alice Unknown. In an unknown person 's will on 29 May 1668 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire, George, George and Dorothy was named as an heir.
     George Popplewell and George Popplewell were mentioned in the 1674 hearth tax list in Misson, Nottinghamshire, paying the tax on 2 hearths as Mr George Popwell. In 1664 there are no Popplewells listed for the hearth tax but there is a Francis Poole.

George Popplewell

(circa 1580 - )
     George Popplewell was born circa 1580. He was the son of Everton Patriarch Popplewell. He was a churchwarden in Everton, in 1623/24.

Children of George Popplewell

George Popplewell

(21 January 1761 - 29 November 1761)
     George Popplewell was christened on 21 January 1761 in Spalding, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Popplewell and Mary Bancock.
     George was buried on 29 November 1761 in Spalding, Lincolnshire.

George Popplewell

(before 1600 - before 31 January 1633/34)
     George Popplewell was born before 1600.
     George died before 31 January 1633/34 in Hattersley, Nottinghamshire.
     His will was proved on 31 January 1633/34 at Nottingham.

George Popplewell

(1883 - )
     George Popplewell was born in 1883 in Ashby, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Robert Popplewell and Harriet Hoodless.

George Popplewell

(16 December 1697 - )
     George Popplewell was christened on 16 December 1697 in East Retford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Popplewell and Sarah Holywell.
George Popplewell was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 26 June 1713 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. George Popplewell, son of Sarah Popplewell of East Retforde, NNtt, widow, was apprenticed to Peter Barnard of Epworth, mercer and duty was paid.

George Popplewell

(1852 - )
     George Popplewell was born in 1852. He was the son of Henry Popplewell and Mary Ann Priestley.

George Popplewell

(say 1680? - )
     George Popplewell was born say 1680?.
     George Popplewell married Elizabeth Weare on 20 May 1703 in Linton in Craven, Yorkshire.

Children of George Popplewell and Elizabeth Weare

Child of George Popplewell

George Popplewell

(circa 1635 - 11 March 1663/64)
     George Popplewell was born circa 1635.
     George Popplewell married Alice Greave on 3 January 1654 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
     George was buried on 11 March 1663/64 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. George Popplewell x Kirgate bureid the xith day.

George Popplewell

(before 1670 - )
     George Popplewell was born before 1670.

Child of George Popplewell

George Pickering Popplewell

(before 30 June 1882 - 29 October 1883)
     George Pickering Popplewell was born before 30 June 1882 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Walter Popplewell and Martha Pickering.
     George died on 29 October 1883 in Barnsley, Silkstone Yorkshire.

Gertrude Popplewell

(before March 1897 - )
     Gertrude Popplewell was born before March 1897 in Chesterfield, Chesterfield RD, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Edward Popplewell and Mary Ann Chandler. Gertrude Popplewell was listed as Edward Popplewell's daughter in the 1901 census in 52 Milton St, Kettering, Northamptonshire.

Glew Popplewell

(28 December 1752 - before 11 January 1829)
     Glew Popplewell was christened on 28 December 1752 in Winterton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Popplewell and Ann Glew.
Glew Popplewell was apprenticed on 23 February 1769 in Owston, Lincolnshire. Date of receipt 1 March 1769, entered 29 August 1769, Glew Poplewell was indentured to Thomas Standring of Owston, butcher, on 23 Feb 1769 for 7 years, paying £7 with 3/6 duty.
     Glew Popplewell married Susannah Maria Glew on 11 March 1777 in Belton, Lincolnshire. An unknown person was listed as Glew Popplewell, butcher in Owston, Lincolnshire, in a directory dated between 1826 and 1830.
     Glew died before 11 January 1829 in Owston, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 11 January 1829 in Owston.

Children of Glew Popplewell and Susannah Maria Glew

Hanna Maria Popplewell

(after 1739 - 30 October 1747)
     Hanna Maria Popplewell was born after 1739 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of James Popplewell and Elizabeth Pettinger.
     Hanna was buried on 30 October 1747 in Belton, LIN.

Hannah Popplewell

(30 December 1815 - )
     Hannah Popplewell was christened on 30 December 1815 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. She is not identifiable in the 1881 census index.. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Maria MIddlebrook.