Catherine Popplewell

(18 June 1733 - )
     Catherine Popplewell was christened on 18 June 1733 in Messingham, Lincolnshire. However her marriage allegation gives her age as 25. She was the daughter of Robert Popplewell and Mary Burkitt.
Catherine Popplewell married Thomas Hardy on 3 July 1769 in Messingham, Lincolnshire.

Catherine Popplewell

(before 1530 - )
     Catherine Popplewell was born before 1530. She was the daughter of James Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.
Catherine Popplewell married William Glew on 3 October 1546 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Catherine Popplewell was mentioned in the will of James Popplewell dated 1 August 1570.

Children of Catherine Popplewell and William Glew

Catherine Popplewell

(circa 1744 - )
     Catherine Popplewell was born circa 1744 in Messingham?, Lincolnshire.
Catherine Popplewell married Thomas Hardy in 1769 in Messingham, Lincolnshire. Marriage bond: Catherine aged 25, Thomas aged 24, both single of this parish..

Cecilia Popplewell

(before 1517 - )
      Her father's will describes her as Cicilia Cayster and bequeaths one ewe to John Cayster (her son or husband?).. Cecilia Popplewell was born before 1517 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Richard Popplewell.
Cecilia Popplewell married John? Caister before 1538.
     In Richard Popplewell's will dated 13 December 1538 in Belton, LIN, Cecilia Popplewell was named as heir.

Cecilia Popplewell

(before 1535 - )
     Cecilia Popplewell was born before 1535 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was mentioned as Jane's daughter in her grandfather's will.. She was the daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Jane Unknown.
     In Richard Popplewell's will dated 13 December 1538 in Belton, LIN, Cecilia Popplewell was named as heir.

Charles Popplewell

(circa 1800 - before 22 September 1853)
     Charles Popplewell was born circa 1800 in Flintham, Nottinghamshire.
Charles Popplewell married Bridget Norton Weston on 4 May 1844 in St Mark, Lincoln, Lincolnshire.
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     Charles Popplewell and Bridget Norton Weston were recorded on the 1851 census in Priory Farm, Canwick. Charles Popplewell, head, 51/7?, farmer acres 250 labourers..., born Flintham Notts, his wife Bridget aged 26??, born Sleaford?, daughter Jane Ann 2, born Canwick, son Charles E, 9? months, born Canwick, with visitors and several servants.
     Charles died before 22 September 1853 in Canwick, Lincolnshire.
     His will was proved in 1853 at Lincolnshire Consistory Court.

Children of Charles Popplewell and Bridget Norton Weston

Charles Popplewell

(1852 - 1934)
     Charles Popplewell was born in 1852. He was the son of William Popplewell and Mary Roberts.
     Charles died in 1934.

Charles Edward Popplewell

(30 May 1877 - 12 March 1966)
     Charles Edward Popplewell was born on 30 May 1877 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Walter Popplewell and Martha Pickering. Charles and William were listed as the children of Walter Popplewell in the 1881 census in 34 Tune Street, Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire, England.
Charles Edward Popplewell married Emma Dunk on 26 December 1900 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire, England.
     Charles died on 12 March 1966 aged 88.

Children of Charles Edward Popplewell and Emma Dunk

Charles Edward Popplewell

(1850 - June 1904)
     Charles Edward Popplewell was born in 1850 in Canwick, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Charles Popplewell and Bridget Norton Weston. Jane and Charles were listed as the children of Charles Popplewell in the 1851 census in Priory Farm, Canwick. Charles Edward Popplewell was christened on 25 March 1853 in Canwick, Lincolnshire.
     Charles Edward Popplewell was recorded on the 1861 census in Old Sleaford, Lincolnshire. Charles E Popplewell, aged 10 born at Canwick was a school pupil. He was boarding in London by 1871 aged 20..
     Charles was was an architect & surveyor based in London. Mark Grace states that the 1881 census has him as Head and married, but believes this an error as he is single on all other records with no evidence for a marriage.

     Charles's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1904 in London, St pancras RD, Middlesex.

Charlotte Popplewell

(before 10 April 1781 - 16 June 1785)
     Charlotte Popplewell was born before 10 April 1781 in Harewood, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Samuel Popplewell and Ann Thompson.
     Charlotte died on 16 June 1785 in Harewood, YKS.

Chrissie Popplewell

(before 19 May 1600 - before 1608)
     Chrissie Popplewell was born before 19 May 1600 in Everton, Nottinghamshire. 'Cressie' died before she was 8 years old.. She was the daughter of George Popplewell.
     Chrissie died before 1608.

Chrissy Popplewell

(22 June 1918 - 1997)
     Chrissy Popplewell was born on 22 June 1918. She was the daughter of Charles Edward Popplewell and Emma Dunk.
     Chrissy died in 1997.

Christian Popplewell

(29 January 1661/62 - before 14 August 1717)
     Christian Popplewell was also known as Christine in records. She was christened on 29 January 1661/62 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Christine Unknown.
     In Thomas Popplewell's will dated 16 March 1672/73 in Beltoft, Belton, Christian Popplewell was named as heir.
Christian Popplewell married John Popplewell, son of John Popplewell and Thomasin Popplewell, on 14 October 1681 in Belton, LIN. The marriage bond describes them as Johannes Popplewell de Belton, 23, yeoman & Christian Popplewell of Belton, spinster, 20, to be married at Belton or Epworth. He signed Jo: Poplewell.
Undated Schedule of lands in Beltoft and Belton belonging formerly to Thomas Poplewell allotted to John Poplewell and Christian his wife, then being one of Thomas' daughters and co-heiress
Property: 1) Closes called Hallgarth, Great & Little Wrenhole, Hobinglack, Hubbert cawsey, Chantrey close, Newintake.
2) Selions on Micker Hill, Flash wood, Hanging furlong, Wheat close. Lincs Archives date it about 1660-1670, but this seems unlikely as Christian & John married in 1681.
     Christian Popplewell and John Popplewell were mentioned in a deed dated 25 January 1695/96 in re Belton, Beltoft & Woodhouse, Belton. Indenture between (1) John Poplewell of Belton, gent. & Christian his wife, (2) James Esterby of Glanford Briggs, Innholder & Isabell his wife, (3) Robert Popplewell of Belton, yeoman ... the levying of a fine re one messuage in Belton, Beltoft & Woodhouse.
     Christian died before 14 August 1717 in Belton, LIN. She was buried on 14 August 1717 in Belton.

Children of Christian Popplewell and John Popplewell

Christine Popplewell

(1 August 1686 - )
     Christine Popplewell was also known as Christian in records. She was christened on 1 August 1686 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Christian Popplewell.
Christine Popplewell married James Falkiner on 11 January 1715/16 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Christine resided at Belton, LIN, September 1729.
     Christine Popplewell was mentioned in the administration of the estate of John Popplewell in September 1729. John Poplewell of Belton. Each of his children signed an affidavit on 12 September 1729 in which they agree to their brother James and Thomas being administrators of their father's estate: Ann Thompson of the Beddram in York, widow; John Poplewell of Beltoft, yeoman; Cristian Falkiner of Belton, widow; Caleb Parr of Nottingham, gaoler, Humphrey Popplewell of Epworth, gent; Thomas Thornton of Wainfleet, yeoman: Whereas John Poplewell, late of Belton, Gent, deceased, our dearly beloved father is dead and intestate hath considerable personal estate intermixed with our brothers James and Thomas Popplewell and considerable sums of money to pay out of the same.. Anne Thompson, John Popplewell, Chris: Falkner, Caleb Parr, Humph: Poplewell And Thomas Thornton signed and sealed the document, witnessed by Thomas Thorp, Sarah Drinkall (x), Thomas Falkner, Elizabeth Huitson (x), Josh. Kynman, Samuel Harrison, C: Winteringham.

Children of Christine Popplewell and James Falkiner

Christine Popplewell

(before 1665? - )
     Christine Popplewell was born before 1665?.
Christine Popplewell married Thomas Walker on 1 May 1683 in Sutton on Trent, Nottinghamshire, England.

Christopher Popplewell

(before 1750 - )
     Christopher Popplewell was born before 1750 in Yorkshire, England.
Christopher Popplewell married Frances Barker on 12 February 1771 in St Michael-le-Belfry, York, Yorkshire. Christopher Popplewell, this parish, Sergt 1st Regt Foot Guards & Frances Barker, parish of Tadcaster, widow, by licence; by Thos Pickard, wtnesses: Tho Jackson & Tho Haxby..

Christopher Popplewell

(before 1640 - )
     Christopher Popplewell was born before 1640.
     Christopher Popplewell was mentioned in the 1664 hearth tax list in Coddington, Nottinghamshire, paying 2 shillings tax on 1 hearth.

Clara Popplewell

(27 October 1901 - 12 December 1978)
     Clara Popplewell was born on 27 October 1901 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Charles Edward Popplewell and Emma Dunk.
Clara Popplewell married Harold Turner.
     Clara died on 12 December 1978 in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, aged 77.

Clara Annie Popplewell

(26 May 1865 - between 1901 and 1911)
     Clara Annie Popplewell was born on 26 May 1865 in Worseley Dale, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley. Clara Annie Popplewell was christened on 7 August 1865 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire. Walter, Adelaide, Arthur, Louisa, Whiteley, Clara and Martha were listed as the children of George Popplewell in the 1871 census in Worsbrough, Yorkshire. Arthur, Whiteley, Clara and Martha were listed as the children of George Popplewell in the 1881 census in the Railway Cottages, Park Rd, Worsbrough, Darfield, Yorkshire.
Clara Annie Popplewell married Joseph Ellis Blackledge on 25 October 1882.
     Clara died between 1901 and 1911.

Claretta Octavia Popplewell

(30 August 1861 - 15 December 1890)
     Claretta Octavia Popplewell was born on 30 August 1861 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Richard Popplewell and Sara Ann Hallifield. Claretta Octavia Popplewell was christened on 1 October 1861 in Althorpe. Ann and Claretta were listed as the children of Richard Popplewell in the 1871 census in Althorpe. Claretta Octavia Popplewell was listed as Richard Popplewell's daughter in the 1881 census.
Claretta Octavia Popplewell married Thomas John Townend on 7 May 1884 in Belton, Lincolnshire. The Lincolnshire chronicle on 23 May 1884 reported: At the parish church. Belton, on the 7th inst., Thos John Townend to Clairetta Octavia Popplewell, both of Belton.
     Claretta died on 15 December 1890 in Belton, LIN, aged 29. Townend. At Belton, on the 15th of Dec., Claretta Octavia, the widow of the late T. Townend, and the beloved daughter of Richard and Sarah Ann Popplewell, of Belton, formerly of Althorpe ; also granddaughter of the late William Hallifield, of Messingham, aged 29 years. She was buried in December 1890 in Althorpe.

Daniel Popplewell

(circa 1700? - )
     Daniel Popplewell was born circa 1700?.
Daniel Popplewell married Diana/Dinah Puthen on 12 March 1721 in Pontefract, Yorkshire.

Child of Daniel Popplewell and Diana/Dinah Puthen

Daughter Popplewell (Stringer)

(before 1600 - )
     Daughter Popplewell (Stringer) was born before 1600. She was the daughter of David Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.

David Popplewell

(18 April 1606 - 21 January 1658/59)
     David Popplewell was christened on 18 April 1606 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Tuswell.
     David Popplewell was mentioned in the will of David Popplewell dated 11 October 1615.
David Popplewell married Ann Pettinger on 16 November 1626 in Belton or Amcotts, Lincolnshire.
Opposition to the drainage of the Fens was most vigorous in the Isle of Axholme, nearly 90 years of unrest began on 13 August 1628 when between 300 & 500 Haxey men and women armed with staves, pitchforks and poles attacked the workmen in Haxey Carr and halted the work. Two days later the workmen returned accompanied by an armed guard and fighting broke out which resulted in shots and the death of Richard Coggan of Haxey. [D Neave in his review of Fenland riots and the English revolution, by Keith Lindley. Heinemann, 1982].
See Lincs Archives 2 TGH 1/34/5/A/10 for case papers Popplewell v. Gylby re Gylby's claim to tithes on Mosswood Raggs 1691-2, 7 items. An unknown person was a yeoman, in Belton, Lincolnshire. An unknown person became a widower before 10 March 1630/31 in Belton, LIN, on the death of his wife an unknown person .
David Popplewell married Jane Brewer, daughter of Richard Brewer, on 3 May 1632 in Crowle, Lincolnshire.
David Popplewell was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 31 January 1632/33 in Epworth Manor, Lincolnshire, Surrender by Robert Kirke, gentleman and Sarah his wife, & William Ferne, Esquire & Martha his wife, to the use of David Poplewell, junior. Admission of the said David. 3 roods of land in Beanwell furlong, 9 acres of meadow (near Readings). He was a churchwarden in Belton, LIN, between 1636 and 1637.      
David Popplewell was listed in the Protestation returns as David Poplewell jr on 6 March 1641/42 in Belton, LIN. He was the only David in the Lincolnshire Protestation returns, his father who died soon after was not listed. David, Humphrey, David and David was a beneficiary in Elizabeth Tuswell's will proved 1642 in the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.
     David Popplewell made a will dated 16 January 1658/59 in Belton. His will mentions his brother Humfrey Popplewell, children David, Thomas, James, Robert & Ann & daughter Isabel Coggan; grandchildren John Coggan, David Popplewell & John Popplewell. James Robert & Ann were minors.
In the name of God Amen the sixteenth day of January in the year of our Lord 1658 I David Popplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholm & county of Lincoln yeoman being weak in body but of good and perfect remembrance thanks be given to Almightie God do here by make & ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following
First and principally I do give and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almightie God my merciful father which first did give it unto me & my bodie to the earth to be buried in Christian burial at the discretion of my friends And for the worldly Estate that god hath bestowed upon me that it may be settled after my decease according to my mind I do bequeath it as followeth
First I do give & bequeath unto David Popplewell my son one three rood of land arrable lying on Miccarah hill between the Grounds of Michael Monckton Esquire on the East part and Henry Foster on the west part one three rood of land arrable lying in the park field betwixt Thomas Glew on the west and the heirs of Francis Popplewell on the east and one rood lying near Beltoft Cross betwixt the ground of Richard Elmer on the east & the ground of the heirs of Lawrence Metcalfe on the west to him the said David - Popplewell his heirs and assigns for ever to enter into at the end of two years next after my decease And I give to the said David Popplewell my son five shillings in full of his portion out of my Estate
Also I do give unto Thomas Popplewell my son one Close commonly called Great Moonfeild containing by estimation twenty acres be it more or less as it lyeth between the ground of me the said David Popplewell on the west the Comon laine on the east abutting upon the laine called the tread lane towards the north with the appurtenances to him the said Thomas Popplewell his heirs & assigns for ever to enter upon the first day of May which shall be in the year of our ­ 1661
Also I do give to James Popplewell my son cottage house in which Jarvase Fletcher now dwelleth the buildings to the same belonging and two sellions land arrable to the same belonging & adjoining containing one acre be they more or less three se[lions] of land arable lying together neare Close croft c[ont] =inge one acre one rood and a halfe bee they more or less they ly between the said Cloe croft on the west & Humfrey Popplewell gentleman on the East one three roods lying on ­ between the lands of the heyres of Thomas Tur- East and west parts and the Reedings towards the north sellions lying on hanging furlonge containing one acre & rood next the ground of the said Humfrey Popplewell gentleman on the West and the heyres of Francis Glew on the three sellions lying together near Belwood feild containing one acre be they more or less between the land of ­ Ryther gentleman on the south and Robert Maultley on the one rood lying on Sare backs between the Land of Caister on the East and [blank] on the west rood lying there between the land of John Newton on & William Harrison on the south ten sellions of Land Lyeing together comonly called maidendall flat conteyni[ng] Acres be they more or less abutting upon maidendal towards the South and hanging furlong towards the - two Sellions of land arrable containing one acre & a hal[f] lying on the furlong called Miccarah/Macarah hill between the L- Johosophat Tayler on the West & the heyres of John on the east halfe an acre lying there between the land the said Humfrey Popplewell on the East and west p[ar]t Sellions lying there containing two Acres & three roodDavid Popplewell they more or lesse between the land of John Gl the west and Michael Mouckton/Monckton Esquire on the east Cottage house and three selions of land arrable lying ­ near Clonslaine / Clouslaine yate containing two acres & three roods more or less between the highway on the East and David the younger on the west abutting upon the Stump Cross mear towards the North four Acres and a halfe be it more or less lying in a ... called long Bellwood as it abutteth upon the Ground of the said Humfrey Popplewell towards the north & the comon feild towards the South one close comonly called the three acre close lying next the clottilaine on the south east and the close of John Glew on the northwest and southwest and one orchard which I call my new orchard with the croft to the same belonging & adjoining containing one acre as it lyeth between the copyhold land of me the said David Popplewell on the west & the heirs of Francis Popplewell on the east to him the said James Popplewell his heirs & assigns for ever after such time as he shall accomplish his age of one & twenty years
Also I do give to Robert Popplewell my son one messuage house in which Thomas Popplewell now dwelleth with the Barne stable beast house & other the buildings to the same belonging And three selions of land arable to the same adjoining containing one acre and a Rood be they more or less one selion of land arable and two butts lying over Greengate containing one acre and a half between the ground of the heyres of James Glew on the west and of Richard Kinman on the east the heirs of Alexander Isle on the east abutting upon the ground of John Popplewell towards the south one acre there between the ground of the heirs of Lawrence Metcalfe on the west and of Richard Kinman on the East one selion containing three roods lying on miccarhill between the lands of the heyres of Thomas Turr on the west & Thomas Morrison on the East one Acre and a half more or lesse lying on Guilflat between the lands of the said Humfrey Popplewell on the North & of Diverse men on the south abutting upon the ground of James Sealand towards the West one Acre lying on more lands between the Ground of the heyres of John Stephenson on the south and Mathew Kirke gentl[eman] on the north two sellions containing three roods as they ly between grounds of the said Humfrey Popplewell on the and James Maw on the south and one close called moonfeild containing seven acres be it more or [less] as it lyeth between the close called great moonf[eild] on the East and the ground of Robert Bernard o- abutting upon Clottilaine towards the north wi­ appurtenances to him the said Robert Popplell his heirs and assigns for ever after such time as shall accomplish his age of one and twenty
Also I do give and bequeath unto Anne Popplewell my daughter one toft stead and three crofts same belonging comonly called Brocks toft by estimacon three acres be they more or less between the ground of the heirs of John Thor- on the South and David Popplewell the younger on the North abutting upon the street towards east with the appurtenances to her the said Ann Popplewell her heirs and assigns for and during the term of nine hundred and ninety years to come and unexpired to enter unto at such as she shall accomplish her age of one and twenty years or marriage which shall happen be first
Also I do devise and give to my loving brother Humfrey Popplewell and to my loving friend Robert Barnard one selion of land arable meadow or pasture lying in the Low feild of Beltoft aforesaid containing half an acre [be] it more or less upon a furlong called water- lying next the ground in occupacon of Michael ... Esquire on the East and west parts abutting upon the Close of the said Humphrey Popplewell t- the north ---ne rood lyinge there between the ­ in occupacon of the said Michaell Monckton ... east and west parts and abutting upon the close of the said Humfrey Popplewell towards the north And six swathes of meadow lying in the Side Ings next the meadow of the heirs of the said John Stephenson on the south and abutting upon the ground of the said Michael Monckton towards the East to them the said Humfrey Popplewell and Robert Barnard their heirs and assigns for ever to be disposed on according to the trust by me reposed in them the said Humfrey Popplewell and and Robert Barnard
     And my will is and I do hereby devise unto Jane my loving wife all the lands and tenements which I have hereby given unto my children until such times as is expressed and set down for my said children to enter unto the same
Also I do give unto Isabell Coggan my daughter the sum of ten pounds
Also I do give unto the said Anne Popplewell my daughter the sum of sixty pounds of current English money to be paid to her when she shall accomplish her age of one and twenty years or marriage which shall happen to be first
Also I give to John Coggan my grandchild five shillings
Also I give to David Popplewell my grandchild five shillings
Also I give to John Popplewell my grandchild five shillings
All the residue of my goods cattell and chattells not given & yet unbequeathed my debts being paid and funeral expences discharges I do give and bequeath unto the said Jane my wife whom I do make & ordain sole executrix of this my last will and testament
And I appoint and desire my loving brothers Thomas Brewer gent & Richard Brewer to be supervisors thereof
In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day & year first above written.
David Popplewell.
these being witnesses Michaell Monckton Humfrey Popplewell John Popplewell.

     David was buried on 21 January 1658/59 in Belton, LIN.
     His will was proved on 16 May 1659 at Lincolnshire.
     His will was proved on 24 May 1659 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. The above-written will was proved at London 24th May, 1659, the custody by being handed over to England, before the Judiciary which proves wills & having been granted, administration was appointed.

Children of David Popplewell and Ann Pettinger

Children of David Popplewell and Jane Brewer

David Popplewell

(16 February 1574/75 - 17 March 1641/42)
     David Popplewell was christened on 16 February 1574/75 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.
David Popplewell married Elizabeth Tuswell, daughter of Patriarch Tuswell, on 7 August 1598 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Her name could be Tuswell, Treswell, Enswell, etc.. He was a churchwarden in Belton, LIN, from 1600-1601.
He was described as David Jr? in 1603, but not in 1609, churchwarden but not jr. in 1612, nor jr. in 1614. In 1616 David sr. died. David jnr is the only one listed in 1641 Protestation return.
     In David Popplewell's will dated 11 October 1615 in Belton, David Popplewell was named as heir. He was an executor of David Popplewell's estate on 27 September 1616 in Lincolnshire.
     David was buried on 17 March 1641/42 in Belton, LIN.

Children of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Tuswell

David Popplewell

(10 March 1630/31 - 16 May 1687)
     David Popplewell was christened on 10 March 1630/31 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Ann Pettinger. David, Humphrey, David and David was a beneficiary in Elizabeth Tuswell's will proved 1642 in the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.
David Popplewell witnessed Richard Kinman and Ann Popplewell's wedding on 15 January 1654/55 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     David was a defendant in a court case in December 1655 in Belton, LIN. Thomas, servant to Mr Ryther of Temple Belwood was fined at the court of Sewers (an abitration court) re drainage of the Isle in 1655 along with David Popplewell the younger and several Browns.
David Popplewell witnessed John Popplewell and Thomasin Popplewell's wedding on 28 July 1656 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire.
David Popplewell married Elizabeth Stephenson on 18 December 1656 in Thornholme, Belton, Lincolnshire.
David Popplewell married Elizabeth Stephenson on 23 May 1657 in Belton, LIN. David Popplewell was widowed before 16 January 1658/59 on the death of his wife Elizabeth Stephenson.
David Popplewell married Mary Mawrice? on 28 February 1659/60 in Belton or Amcotts, Lincolnshire. David Popplewell was widowed before 21 March 1660/61 on the death of his wife Mary Mawrice?.
David Popplewell married Sarah Unknown circa 1661 in Lincolnshire. He was a churchwarden in Belton, LIN, in 1665. David Popplewell was mentioned at the inventory of Jane Brewer's estate 3 May 1671. A true and perfecte Inmentary of all the goods and Chattels Late of Jane Poplwell of Beltoft within the p[ar]ish of Belton in the Countie of Lincoln and Archdeconry of Stowe widdow deceased and appraysed the therd day of May 1671
By Tho: Poplewell -ho: m[ar]ke T Johnson
David Poplewell
James Chesman
ll s d
Imprimiter purs and apparell           02 ­ 00 ­ 00
It[em] for one draw table and a furm
in the Parlor                     00 ­ 18 ­ 00
It[em] one Bedd and Bedding & hangings     04 ­ 05 ­ 00
It[em] one Cubard & towe Joynd Chars     01 ­ 08 ­ 00
It[em] ---Buffits 4 of them w[i]t[h] Coaverings 00 ­ 12 ­ 06
It[em] on Range & a seing glass           00 ­ 02 ­ 06
It[em] in the Chamber one bedd stead hang
ings and blankets and three Cuslans          01 ­ 17 ­ 00
It[em] one Liveray Cubard a litle table
three Chests/Chists               01 ­ 03 ­ 00
It[em] towe ston of hemp                00 ­ 06 ­ 00
It[em] towe Bedd steads and bedding one
Chist 2 Barrils & som other things           02 ­ 05 ­ 00
in the Litle parlor
It[em] in the hous one longe table one
Litle table 3 Chars 2 buffits           00 ­ 18 ­ 00
It[em] Lini-s [linens?]                04 ­ 05 ­ 00
It[em] one beddstead with som other
things in the kitcin Chamber           00 ­ 08 ­ 00
and hows Chamber
It[em] one Lead* a Chees press a Cimline      00 ­ 12 - 00
and towe [two] tubs in the back kitchin
It[em] towe stands tow Barrills tow planks
and a goose Coll                    00 ­ 08 ­ 00
It[em] some more limins ?           00 ­ 05 ­ 00
It[em] Brass and puter                05 ­ 11 ­ 03
It[em] Boales and Chesbats dishes and     00 ­ 06 - 00
other things in the milke hous
It[em] tow scores of limi Cloth           01 ­ 16 ­ 04
It[em] one ston & a half of line*           00 ­ 09 ­ 04
It[em] spitts Racks a Range *galabalk and
hooker a smoothing Iron and other Iron      00 ­ 13 - 04
things
It[em] tow stocks of Bees                00 ­ 06 ­ 08
      ll ­ s - d
the som in all:                     30 ­ 13 - 11

     [ galabalk may be a 'gallybake (gallobauk, galybock, gallabauch)', which according to Milward, is an 'iron bar fixed across the inside of the chimney, from which cooking vessels hung on rakentines or chains over the fire'. lead ­ leaden vat for brewing line - flax]. David Popplewell was widowed before 16 July 1671 on the death of his wife Sarah Unknown.
David Popplewell married Mercy West on 21 November 1672 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. David Popplewell was mentioned at the inventory of Thomas Popplewell's estate 21 April 1673. A true & perfect inventory of the goods and chattels of Thos Poplewell of Beltoft in the parish of Belton and county of Lincoln, yeoman, deceased, as followeth:
Impremis, his purse & apparel £26/13/4
... in the little parlour ... and other goods in the same room £9/0/0
... in the little room adjoining one servants? bed with some other small things 15/-
in the new parlor one
in the hall a long table a little table...
in the buttery two
in the great parlor chamber two cheese
in the little parlor chamber and room adjoining one stand bed one half headed bed
in the hall chamber 2 bedsteads some servants bedding a talbe a press & other small things £4/5/-
in the brewe house chamber one .... £3/0/0


one stock of bees 6/-
7 horses and 2 hol horse harness

B turfs, wood blocks, stocks & mannure in the yard £3/0/0
: ... Goods valued at £239/17/0. Appraised by Robert Bernard, Fr: Monkton, Richard Kynman & David Poplewell [signature] at Gainsborough. Dorothea Poplewell was executrix. David Popplewell was widowed on 11 November 1683 in Belton, LIN, on the death of his wife Mercy West.
     David was buried on 16 May 1687 in Belton, LIN.
     The administration of his estate was granted circa 17 May 1687 at the Stow Archdeaconry. He was described as David of Beltoft. An inventory of his estate was dated on 17 May 1687 A true inventory of all the goods and chattels of David Poplewell late of Beltoft in the parish of Belton deceased, appraised the 17 May 1687. .... Appraised by James Poplewell [signature], John Chapman.., William Mondy??'s mark, John Watson, his mark.

Child of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Stephenson

Child of David Popplewell and Mary Mawrice?

Children of David Popplewell and Sarah Unknown

Children of David Popplewell and Mercy West

David Popplewell

(17 September 1662 - )
      This may be the David who had children at Scawby.. David Popplewell was christened on 17 September 1662 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Sarah Unknown.

David Popplewell

(before 1658 - 21 February 1659/60)
     David Popplewell was born before 1658 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was mentioned in his grandfather's 1658/9 will. There are very few baptisms in the Commonwealth period.. He was the son of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Stephenson.
     In David Popplewell's will dated 16 January 1658/59 in Belton, David Popplewell was named as heir.
     David was buried on 21 February 1659/60 in Beltoft, Belton, Lincolnshire. This is one month after his mother's death.

David Popplewell

(5 October 1623 - 8 October 1643)
     David Popplewell was also known as (son of Humphrey, gent) in records. He was christened on 5 October 1623 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Humphrey Popplewell and Elizabeth Healey. David, Humphrey, David and David was a beneficiary in Elizabeth Tuswell's will proved 1642 in the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.
     David was buried on 8 October 1643 in Belton, Lincolnshire.

David Popplewell

(circa 1536 - 20 September 1616)
     David Popplewell was born circa 1536 in Lincolnshire. The Belton parish register begins in 1542 and his birth is not recorded. He is not mentioned in his presumed grandfather's will of 1538. He was the son of James Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.
David Popplewell married Isabel Unknown before 1559. David was supervisor in the will of William Popplewell dated 10 August 1566. David was a yeoman in Beltoft, Belton..
     In James Popplewell's will dated 1 August 1570 in Belton, Lincolnshire, David Popplewell was named as heir. He was an executor of James Popplewell's estate on 26 October 1570 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
David Popplewell was granted land on 25 January 1574 in Belton, LIN, by William Audus. David was supervisor in the will of Francis Popplewell dated 18 January 1585/86.
A David Poppleton of Belton, aged 60, gave evidence in a dispute about boundaries between Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire in 1596. He had been a juror in the manor of Epworth to view the defects of the river banks and to punish defaulters. Bickersdyke was the boundary. The New Bridge was a nuisance to the inhabitant sof Axholme, "for many cattle are conveyed by stealth, and it is about 18 years since the bridge was made, and before that time there was no bridge or passage there".
     David Popplewell made a will dated 11 October 1615 in Belton. His will mentions his wife Isabel, son David, grandson David the son of David, son in law Robert Popplewell husband of ..., daughter Ann Popplewell & her children, John Barnard son in law & his children, granddaughter Elizabeth Tongue?, Robert Stringer son in law, Anne Popplewell wife of John Popplewell, Elizabeth Barnard, [implies daughters] Humfrey Popplewell & David Popplewell, Isabel & Frances daughters of David Popplewell & Humfrey son of David.
[In the name of god Amen the 11 Oct 1615 I David Poplewell the elder of Beltoft in the parish of Belton in the Isle of Axholme in the County of Lincoln yeoman being? in good health and of perfect memory praise my Lord god therefore do ordain constitute and make this my last will and testament in manner and form following
First I commit my soul unto Almighty god believing faithfully and hoping assuredly to be one of his elect people And my body to be buried in the Church of Belton aforesaid where my father lyeth
Item I give unto
Isabel my wife one parlour two butteries adjoining there unto and four chambers above the said parlour and ten pounds of good and lawful money of England to be paid unto her yearly during her natural life
Item I give unto the said Isabell my wife one milk cow and meat for her winter and summer And I will that my wife shall have her fy [perhaps fill?] with meat and drink and her maidservant with
my son David so long as she my said wife shall keep her self unmarried Provided always that if my said wife shall refuse or deny them? my gift or gifts or any part or parcel of them in this my will given unto her And will stand to her third of my of my lands Then my will is that she shall lose all the benefits of all the legacies and gifts that I have given her in this my last will and testament
I give unto
David Poplewell my grand child the son of David one close in Beltoft called three acres Close at Clottie Lane end And one other close called Mylne Close containing? six acres lying in the parish of Owston one other close lying in Diddithorpe Inges cont. three acres and a half to have and to hold all the premises unto him the said David and to his heirs of his body lawfully begotten and for default of such issue to remain unto me the said David for ever
Item I give unto the said David Poplewell my grandchild one white house in Belton aforesaid where in now dwelleth William Kendall and seventeen acres and a half of arable land lying severally in the fields of Beltoft and Belton as in one schedule thereof made plainly appeareth And one little cottage house at Clowslaine yate To him the said David his heirs of his body lawfully begotten And for default of such issue to remain to the right heirs of me the said David for ever
Item I give and unto
Robert Poplewell my son in law V.s
Item I give unto
Anne Popplewell my daughter V.s And one brass pot that was given her in full satisfaction of her child's portion
Item I give unto every one of my daughter Anne's Children V.s
Item I give unto
John Barnerd my son in law V.s And to every one of the children that he had by my daughter V.s
Item I give unto
Elizabeth Tonge or Touge my grandchild V.s
Item I give unto
Robert Stringer my son in law V.s and to his wife V s in full satisfaction of her child's portion.
Item I give unto the farmers? of the parsonage the tythinges negligently forgotten xij d
Item I give unto
David Popplewell my son one tenement in Carrhouse now in the tenure of Francis Thomas David with all the lands and meadows thereto belonging to have and to hold to h-- and to heirs for ever
Item I give unto the said David my son and to his heirs for ever one tenement in Beltoft now in the tenure of Francis Wressell and eight acres of land and meadow with all the appurtenances
Item I give unto every one of my godchildren xij d
Item I give unto
Anne Poplewell wife of John Poplewell one silver spoon
Item I give unto
Elizabeth Barnerd one silver spoon
Item I give unto
Humfrey Poplewell and unto David Poplewell to either of them one silver spoon
Item I give unto
David Poplewell my son's son one table with two draie teanes
     Item I give unto
Henry Glew iijs iiijd and to every one of his children xijd that is now born
Item I give to
Isabell Poplewell daughter of David one brass pot
Item I give unto
Francis Poplewell daughter of David David xiijs iiijd
Item I give unto
Humfrey Poplewell son of David the greatest pot and the greatest pan of the dish binke one cubbord one round table standing in the hall one pair of gallowballes with the hooks one pair of great racks two great spits all which implements to remain as heirlooms
Item I give unto Edward Awdas son of William Awdas xijd
Item I give unto William Theaker xij d
Item I give to the poor people of Beltoft and Belton xiijs iiijd
Item I give unto Alexander Ashmall xs
Item I give to Thomas Glewe xs
Item I give to Richard Awdas xs
The residue of all my goods and Chattell unbequeathed and ungiven debts paid funerals discharged I give to David Poplewell my son whom I make my full executor of this my last my will and testament
Also I make and ordain and constitute supervisors of this my last will and testament Thomas Glew and Richard Awdas to see it truly performed according to the true intent and meaning of me the testator and my will is that they shall have their charges at all times when they shall go about my business
Witnesses hereof Alexander Ashmall signum William Theake mark of Richard Ellis mark David Poplewell.

     David was buried on 20 September 1616 in Belton, LIN. An inventory of his estate was dated on 26 September 1616 His estate was valued at £40/13/6.
This is the trewe inventorie of all the goodes movable and immovable and chattelles of David Poplewell the elder lait [late] of Beltoft deceased vewed valued & priced the xxvj daie of September in the yere of our Lord God 1616 by Alexander Ashmall Thomas Glewe George Woodworthe and David Walcoates
Inprimis in his ^ purse and his apparrill vj li xiij s iiij d
Item in the hall twelve peices of pewder [pewter] one basen two brase candlestickes two chaffen dishes & one litle brasend morer, foure litle saltes & one cubbard iij li vj s iiij d
Item one table with two drawe leaves, one round table two longe buffett stoles, one litle lowe table & one shor-t buffet stole & two chaires xl xiij s iiij d
Item one longe sattle & two binshes viij s viij d
Item one longe gallowe balke thre hookes in the woall and one buble hooke & one litle short hooke one paire of pott hookes & one Toft Iron & one passe paire of Rackes two great spittes xxiiij s
Item one dishe furnished with sylver xxvj s viij d
tem one broade brasse Candlesticke xviij d
Item one bowe & one sheffe of Arrowes & one C-liv[er] xx s
Item Sixe Coshins x s
In the Parleour
Item two Fether bedes with all the furniture theirto belonginge vli
Item thre stand bedes & one Trundlebed xxvj s viij d
Item one chest one long framed table one other framed table & one litle rund table fure buffetes two chaires xliij s iiij d
Item in the butterye w[i]th all the implementes therin xx s
Item the pullin & the Geesse x s
Item one In-ge /Jugge ijs
Item six Kye [kine] xiij li vj s viij d
Summa totalis omnium bonorum xl li xiij s vj d [Sum total of all the goods £40. 13s. 6d.]
Ex[ecu]tuHis estate was valued at £40/13/6. [ITAL:]This is the trewe inventorie of all the goodes movable and immovable and chattelles of David Poplewell the elder lait [late] of Beltoft deceased vewed valued & priced the xxvj daie of September in the yere of our Lord God 1616 by Alexander Ashmall Thomas Glewe George Woodworthe and David Walcoates Inprimis in his ^ purse and his apparrill vj li xiij s iiij d Item in the hall twelve peices of pewder [pewter] one basen two brase candlestickes two chaffen dishes & one litle brasend morer, foure litle saltes & one cubbard iij li vj s iiij d Item one table with two drawe leaves, one round table two longe buffett stoles, one litle lowe table & one shor-t buffet stole & two chaires xl xiij s iiij d Item one longe sattle & two binshes viij s viij d Item one longe gallowe balke thre hookes in the woall and one buble hooke & one litle short hooke one paire of pott hookes & one Toft Iron & one passe paire of Rackes two great spittes xxiiij s Item one dishe furnished with sylver xxvj s viij d tem one broade brasse Candlesticke xviij d Item one bowe & one sheffe of Arrowes & one C-liv[er] xx s Item Sixe Coshins x s In the Parleour Item two Fether bedes with all the furniture theirto belonginge vli Item thre stand bedes & one Trundlebed xxvj s viij d Item one chest one long framed table one other framed table & one litle rund table fure buffetes two chaires xliij s iiij d Item in the butterye w[i]th all the implementes therin xx s Item the pullin & the Geesse x s Item one In-ge /Jugge ijs Item six Kye [kine] xiij li vj s viij d Summa totalis omnium bonorum xl li xiij s vj d [Sum total of all the goods £40. 13s. 6d.] Ex[ecu]tu[m] fuit h[uius]mo[d]i Inven[torium] ap[u]d Gainsbrough 27 0 Septembris 1616 pro vero &c sub &c si &c [This Inventory was executed at Gainsborough on the 27th September 1616 for truly etc under etc., if etc.[:ITAL]] fuit h[uius]mo26 September 1616i Inven[torium] ap[u]d Gainsbrough 27 0
Septembris 1616 pro vero &c sub &c si &c [This Inventory was executed at Gainsborough on the 27th September 1616 for truly etc under etc., if etc.
].
     His will was proved on 27 September 1616 at Lincolnshire.

Children of David Popplewell and Isabel Unknown

David Popplewell

(before 1653 - )
     David Popplewell was born before 1653 in Lincolnshire, England. He was mentioned in his grandfather's will. He may be the David of Scawby.. He was the son of William Popplewell.
     David Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Humphrey Popplewell dated before May 1670?.