Emma Popplewell

(14 April 1842 - )
     Emma Popplewell was christened on 14 April 1842 in New Sleaford, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of James Popplewell and Ann Unknown.

Emmaline Popplewell

(circa 1886 - )
     Emmaline Popplewell was born circa 1886 in Howden, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John William Popplewell and Jane Worsborough. Thomas, Emmaline and Henrietta were listed as the children of John William Popplewell in the 1891 census in 40 Pleasant View St, Barnsley, Yorkshire.

Esther Popplewell

(1 May 1670 - )
     Esther Popplewell was christened on 1 May 1670 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Henry Popplewell and Ann Unknown.

Everton Patriarch Popplewell

(before 1560 - )
     Everton Patriarch Popplewell was born before 1560. He was the son of Stray Popplewell.

Children of Everton Patriarch Popplewell

Faith Popplewell

(25 August 1598 - )
     Faith Popplewell was christened on 25 August 1598 in Crowle, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Popplewell and Ann Brighouse.
Faith Popplewell married Paul York on 5 June 1616 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Faith Poplewell married Paule Yorke de Wathingburgh gent. quinto die June 1616. 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.

Children of Faith Popplewell and Paul York

Faith (Fides) Popplewell

(27 September 1576 - before 8 February 1581/82)
     Faith (Fides) Popplewell was christened on 27 September 1576 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Francis Popplewell and Dorothy Thornhill.
     Faith died before 8 February 1581/82 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 8 February 1581/82 in Belton.

Florence Beatrice Popplewell

(1900 - )
     Florence Beatrice Popplewell was born in 1900. She was the daughter of Thomas Robert Popplewell and Harriet Hoodless.

Frances Popplewell

(30 January 1613/14 - )
     Frances Popplewell was christened on 30 January 1613/14 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Tuswell.
     Frances Popplewell was mentioned in the will of David Popplewell dated 11 October 1615.
Frances Popplewell married Robert or Simon Maw on 25 October 1632 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Mark Grace states: Robert married Francis first, then she married his brother Simon, based on marriage records.

Children of Frances Popplewell and Robert or Simon Maw

Frances Popplewell

(27 August 1674 - )
     Frances Popplewell was christened on 27 August 1674 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown.
     In Margaret Unknown's will dated 8 November 1675 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Frances Popplewell was named as heir.
     In George Popplewell's will dated 20 May 1694 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Frances Popplewell was named as heir.
Frances Popplewell married Joseph Ashbourn on 29 December 1702 in Gate Bourton, Lincolnshire.

Frances May Popplewell

(before March 1890 - )
     Frances May Popplewell was born before March 1890 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Popplewell and Frances Thompson. William, Sarah, Joseph, Maude, Mary and Frances were listed as the children of Joseph Popplewell in the 1891 census in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. William, Sarah, Joseph, Mary, Frances, Mabel and Oswald were listed as Joseph Popplewell's children in the 1901 census in Cote Houses, Scotton.

Francis Popplewell

(29 May 1630 - 26 April 1631)
     Francis Popplewell was christened on 29 May 1630 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Francis Popplewell and (?) Unknown.
     Francis was buried on 26 April 1631 in Belton, LIN.

Francis Popplewell

(20 March 1607/8 - )
     Francis Popplewell was also known as Francis Popplewell (son of Alban) in records. He was christened on 20 March 1607/8 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Alban Popplewell and Frances West.
     In Alban Popplewell's will dated 1625/26 in Winterton, Lincolnshire, Francis Popplewell was named as heir.
Francis Popplewell married Ann Armitage on 18 July 1629 in Crowle, Lincolnshire.      
Francis Popplewell and Francis Popplewell were listed in the Protestation returns on 6 March 1641/42 in Belton, Lincolnshire. There was only one adult Francis at Belton who signed the Protestation Return, with two candidates born at Belton, but another at Flixborough.      
Francis Popplewell and Francis Popplewell were listed in the Protestation returns on 6 March 1641/42 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire. There were only two adult Francis signing the Protestation return in 1641/2, one at Belton and one at Flixborough.

Francis Popplewell

(before 1535? - before 26 January 1585/86)
     Francis Popplewell was born before 1535?. His grandfather Richard's will dated 13 Dec 1538 bequeaths to Frauncis, James Popplewell's sonne, one ewe. He is the only son of James mentioned so presumably the eldest. He was the son of James Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.
     In Richard Popplewell's will dated 13 December 1538 in Belton, Lincolnshire, Francis Popplewell was named as heir.
     In James Popplewell's will dated 1 August 1570 in Belton, LIN, Francis Popplewell was named as heir. He was an executor of James Popplewell's estate on 26 October 1570 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Francis Popplewell married Dorothy Thornhill before February 1573.
     Francis Popplewell was mentioned in a deed dated 1 March 1582/3 (24 Eliz).
     Francis Popplewell made a will dated 18 January 1585/86 in Belton, LIN. 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??

     Francis died before 26 January 1585/86 in Belton, LIN. He was buried on 26 January 1585/86 in Belton.
     His will was proved on 27 July 1586 at Lincolnshire.

Children of Francis Popplewell and Dorothy Thornhill

Francis Popplewell

(25 March 1583 - )
      There is no evidence to link this Belton baptism with the Misson family and he seems a little old to be starting a family at 39, but he could be the same person except for two baptisms in 1630 - need further work. He could be the Francis at Flixborough in the Protestation Return given the link Misson-Flixborough links.. Francis Popplewell was christened on 25 March 1583 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell.
     In Robert Popplewell's will dated 8 February 1623/24 in Belton, Francis Popplewell was named as heir.      
Francis Popplewell and Francis Popplewell were listed in the Protestation returns on 6 March 1641/42 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire. There were only two adult Francis signing the Protestation return in 1641/2, one at Belton and one at Flixborough.

Francis Popplewell

(27 May 1570 - before 1615?)
      He may be the father of a daughter baptised 13 February 1618 but unlikely.. Francis Popplewell was christened on 27 May 1570 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.
     Francis died before 1615?. He is not mentioned in his father's will of 1615..

Francis Popplewell

(12 November 1581 - )
      He was mentioned as son of James who was son of William the elder brother of Francis Popplewell in his will of January 1585/6.. Francis Popplewell was christened on 12 November 1581 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Francis is mentioned in his father's uncle Francis' will in 1586, Francis Popplewell, son of James Popplewell which James was the son of William my eldest brother. He was the son of James Popplewell (of Beltoft, son of William) and Prudence Dobson.
     Francis Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Francis Popplewell dated 18 January 1585/86.
     In James Popplewell (of Beltoft, son of William)'s will dated 12 June 1592 in Belton, LIN, Francis Popplewell was named as heir.
Francis Popplewell married Margaret Martin on 14 January 1610/11 in Belton, LIN.
Francis Popplewell married (?) Unknown after 1626.      
Francis Popplewell and Francis Popplewell were listed in the Protestation returns on 6 March 1641/42 in Belton, LIN. There was only one adult Francis at Belton who signed the Protestation Return, with two candidates born at Belton, but another at Flixborough.

Children of Francis Popplewell and Margaret Martin

Children of Francis Popplewell and (?) Unknown

Francis Popplewell

(31 December 1671 - between 1675 and 1694)
     Francis Popplewell was christened on 31 December 1671 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown.
     Francis died between 1675 and 1694. He was not mentioned in his fathers will of 1694. He is mentioned in the will of his aunt Margaret dated 8 November 1675..

Francis Popplewell

(before 1565 - )
     Francis Popplewell was born before 1565. He was the son of Patriarch Popplewell (of Blyth).
Francis Popplewell married Elizabeth Nailer on 20 April 1587 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire.

Francis Popplewell

(before 26 March 1628 - )
     Francis Popplewell was born before 26 March 1628 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, England. He was the son of Francis Popplewell.

Francis Popplewell

(before 11 May 1657 - before 11 May 1657)
     Francis died before 11 May 1657 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, England. He was not mentioned in his uncle's will of 1668 with his siblings.. He was born before 11 May 1657 in Misson, NTT, ENG. He was buried on 11 May 1657 in Misson, NTT, ENG. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Alice Unknown.

Francis Popplewell

(29 September 1596 - )
      He is not mentioned in his presumed brother George of Flixborough's will of 1668, but he could be the father of Elizabeth Johnson who is mentioned with her husband & children. He was to inherit his father's lands in Misson.. Francis Popplewell was christened on 29 September 1596 in West Halton, Lincolnshire. He is mentioned in his father's will of Jan 1614, as eldest son but still a minor - and therefore unlikely (but not impossible) to be the Francis having children in Belton from 1611 to 1621.. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Brighouse.
     In Robert Popplewell's will dated 28 January 1613/14 in Misson, Nottinghamshire, Francis Popplewell was named as heir. 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.      
Francis Popplewell and Francis Popplewell were listed in the Protestation returns on 6 March 1641/42 in Flixborough, Lincolnshire. There were only two adult Francis signing the Protestation return in 1641/2, one at Belton and one at Flixborough.

Children of Francis Popplewell

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. 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 in Axholme, 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.