Richard Popplewell

(before 2 June 1723 - )
     Richard Popplewell was born before 2 June 1723 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was christened on 2 June 1723 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Humphrey Popplewell and Mary Whitaker. Richard Popplewell was christened on 29 August 1723 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
Richard Popplewell married Mary Perkehus on 13 December 1739 in St Benet, Paul's Wharf, London. First wife was Mary PERKEHUS (possibly foreign - part of the Dutch contingent in Axholme?) but may be English PARKHOUSE..
Richard Popplewell married Ann Hewitson on 4 September 1759 in Haxey, Lincolnshire. Which Richard?.

Children of Richard Popplewell and Mary Perkehus

Children of Richard Popplewell and Ann Hewitson

Richard Popplewell

(17 January 1732/33 - before 22 February 1762)
      This Richard was a yeoman and not to be confused with Richard the gentleman. Richard Popplewell was christened on 17 January 1732/33 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell and Ann Kingman.
     In Thomas Popplewell's will dated 7 November 1737 in Althorpe, Richard Popplewell was named as heir.
John and Richard was party to a deed dated 1 September 1755; A deed for a Declaration of Trust stating: whereas by indenture bearing the date 1 September 1855 was made between 1. Samuel Savatt 2. Ann Popplewell of Belton, widow of Thomas Popplewell late of Althorpe deceased; Thomas Popplewelll of Nottingham, Frame work knitter & Ann his wife; Richard Popplewell of Belton, yeoman; John Popplewell of Belton, yeoman [Thomas, Richard & John being brothers] 3. Harphan Green of Wakefield; Richard Green of Berwick, Yks; the land was subsequently purchased by Alan Johnson.
Richard and John was party to a deed dated 2 September 1755 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire; Indenture dated 2 Sept 1755, between Ann Poplewell of Belton, widow and relict of Thomas Poplewell, late of Althorpe, yeoman, deceased, Thomas Poplewell of Nottingham, frame-work knitter, Richard Popplewell of Belton, yeoman, and John Poplewell of Belton, yeoman / which last mentioned Thomas is the eldest son and heir and the said Richard and John are the younger sons of the said Thomas Poplewell deceased and Ann Poplewell of the one part and Joshua Kynman of Epworth, innholder of the other part. Sale by the Poplewells to Kynman of five closes called the Intacks Closes in Belton.
     Richard Popplewell was mentioned in the manorial court roll dated 24-25 October 1759. Surrender by Ann Popplewell, widow & Richard her second son to Wm Beilby of Winterton & John Barrett of Winterton, trustees for the marriage of Richard with Ann Barrett, sister of John; re property now in the occupation of Ann & Richard.
Richard Popplewell married Mary Barrat on 6 November 1759 in Winteringham, Lincolnshire, England.
     Richard Popplewell made a will dated 19 February 1762 in Belton. I Richard Poplewell yeoman of Belton... bequeath unto Mary my beloved wife £140 [everything that was hers before marriage] ... to my nephew in law James Barret my silver watch, whereas I hold copyhold lands etc in the manor of Epworth ... to my mother Anne Popplewell her heirs and assigns forever dated 19 February 1762. Richard Popplewell his mark. Witnessed by Wiliam Brown jr, Joseph Johnson, William Kynman.
     Richard died before 22 February 1762 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 22 February 1762 in Belton.
     His will was proved on 2 June 1762 at the Stow Archdeaconry. The probate of will of Richard Popplewell late of Belton, yeoman was proved 2 June 1762 and administration was granted to Ann Popplewell his mother, sole executor.

Richard Popplewell

(circa 1724 - before 16 January 1741/42)
     Richard Popplewell was born circa 1724. He was christened on 15 November 1741 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. Richard Poplewell, adult, aged 17.
     Richard died before 16 January 1741/42 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 16 January 1741/42 in Belton.

Richard Popplewell

(8 August 1791 - 4 October 1871)
     Richard Popplewell was born on 8 August 1791 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. He Left from Hull aboard the "Eagle" arriving at Quebec 28 Aug 1817.. He was the son of William Popplewell and Esther Selby.
Richard Popplewell married Elizabeth Palmer on 11 November 1822 in Ontario, Canada. They had 11 known children.
     Richard died on 4 October 1871 in Bathurst, Ontario, Canada, aged 80. See Mark Grace's Pinwill Archive (http://creativegraces.net/genindex/popplewell.html) for more on this family.
He arrived in Canada on 28 Aug 1817. See Ancestry tree for more info..

Richard Popplewell

(11 May 1828 - 4 January 1916)
     Richard Popplewell was christened on 11 May 1828 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell and Sarah Pilkinton.
     Richard Popplewell was recorded on the 1841 census in Althorpe. He was aged 13 and an agricultural servant for Charley Everatt, farmer. Richard, Mary and William were listed as the children of Thomas Popplewell in the 1851 census in Althorpe.
Richard Popplewell married Sara Ann Hallifield on 26 January 1854 in Messingham, Lincolnshire. The wedding was witnessed by his sister Mary.
Richard Popplewell was listed in a directory dated from 1855 to 1882 as a farmer at Althorpe, Lincolnshire.
     Richard Popplewell and Sara Ann Hallifield were recorded on the 1861 census in Althorpe. Richard Popplewell head, 32, farmer of 20 acres, born Althorpe with his wife Sarah aged 28, born Messingham.
     Richard Popplewell and Sara Ann Hallifield were recorded on the 1871 census in Althorpe. Richard Popplewell, head, 42, tenant farmer of 23 acres born Althorpe; his wife Sarah Ann, 38, born Messingham, daughters Ann Rebecca, 15, born Althorpe, Claretta, 9, born Messingham, Selina Hallifield 20, unmarried, sister, visitor, born Messingham.
     Richard Popplewell and Sara Ann Hallifield were recorded on the 1881 census in Althorpe. Richard Popplewell, aged 52, head, married, farmer, born Althorpe, with wife Sarah A, aged 48, born Messingham. Claretta O, aged 19, daughter born Althorpe. No address was stated.
Richard Popplewell and his wife Sara Ann kept the Green tree Inn at Messingham from the late 1800's to 1905. I spent a lot of time there as an infant. My mother, Beatrice Annie Sleddon, came from Liverpool when she was about 18 years old to help her grandmother at the Green Tree. It was here that she met Henry Cheeseman whom she married in 1900.
Richard Popplewell retired from innkeeping about 1905 and had a new house built in Wells St, Messingham, He had several small holdings in the Isle of Axholme where he was born and where his relatives originated. He had three daughters, Rebecca, Selena and Claretta Octavia. All three girls were sent to a boarding school in Bakewell, Derbyshire.
Richard Popplewell did not live at the Wells St. House for very long as Sara Ann died in 1909, At the funeral, a smart woman from Hull whom Richard had known in his younger days persuaded him to sell up and take all his possessions to Hull where she is reported to have kept a small antiques shop. It is at this point that the family fortunes were lost.
At that time., two of the Popplewell daughters were already dead and one lived in Ireland, so there was nobody to restrain Richard. He lived in Hull with the woman for a few years.
In the meantime, by 1914/15 my mother and father and three children had come to live at a house on Ashby Road which Beatrice had bought from Henry Jackson, the father of Doctor Harry Jackson. One night a disillusioned Richard knocked at the door of his grand-daughter and informed that he had come to stay. He later died in that house.
Beatrice Annie, his grand-daughter inherited a small holding in Belton and some run down cottages in Messingham.
Richard Popplewell could not read or write (NOTE:This I doubt, as he was well able to sign his own name on his marriage certificate in the Messingham Register. JPD) - all the bookkeeping was done by Sara Ann. They were very successful in all their business ventures,
Some of his relatives still alive in 1982 include: The father of Mrs. Reuben MiddIeton, Pop (Raymond) Popplewell of Mill Road Club was a nephew.
One nephew was station master a Frodingham in the early 1900's when I was a small girl.'' From Notes made by Beatrice Ellen Cheeseman in 1982.. Richard was the keeper of the Wheat-sheaf Public House from 1885 to 1889, Westgate, Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Richard Popplewell and Sara Ann Hallifield were recorded on the 1891 census in Sandtoft Rd, Belton. Richard Popplewell 65?, innkeeper, retired, born Althorpe; Sara Ann hIs wife aged 67, born Messingham. Richard was an beer retailer at the Green Tree Inn from 1892 to 1905, in Messingham, Lincolnshire.
     Richard resided at a new house in Wells St, Messingham, Lincolnshire, from 1905.
     Richard resided at Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, after 1909.
     Richard Popplewell made a will dated 27 November 1914. He left Hop Villa and nos.8 and 10 Wall St, to his grand daughter Beatrice Annie Cheeseman of Wavertree, Old Brumby. She was the sole executrix and sole beneficiary.
     Richard died on 4 January 1916 in Wavertree House, Ashby Rd, Brumby, Lincolnshire, aged 87.

Children of Richard Popplewell and Sara Ann Hallifield

Richard Popplewell

(14 February 1798 - before 20 September 1820)
     Richard Popplewell was christened on 14 February 1798 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Popplewell and Ellen Madan.
     In John Popplewell's will dated 26 April 1817 in Gainsborough, Richard Popplewell was named as heir.
     Richard died before 20 September 1820 in of Little Church Lane, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 20 September 1820 in All Saints, Gainsborough.

Richard Popplewell

(5 September 1740 - 14 October 1746)
     Richard Popplewell was christened on 5 September 1740 in Messingham, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Mary Burkitt.
     Richard was buried on 14 October 1746 in Messingham, Lincolnshire.

Richard Popplewell

(after 1540 - )
     Richard Popplewell was born after 1540 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell and Joan? or John Unknown.

Richard Popplewell

(5 September 1754 - )
     Richard Popplewell was christened on 5 September 1754 in St Mary's, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell and Ann Wilkinson.

Richard Popplewell

(11 August 1777 - before 16 December 1841)
     Richard Popplewell was christened on 11 August 1777 in St Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of Joseph Popplewell and Mary Cope.
     Richard died before 16 December 1841 in the Workhouse, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 16 December 1841 in St Mary graveyard, Nottingham.

Richard Pilkinson Popplewell

(1864 - 1933)
     Richard Pilkinson Popplewell was born in 1864. He was the son of Henry Popplewell and Mary Ann Priestley.
     Richard died in 1933.

Robert Popplewell

(22 September 1652 - 24 December 1720)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 22 September 1652 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Jane Brewer.
     In David Popplewell's will dated 16 January 1658/59 in Belton, Robert Popplewell was named as heir.
     In Jane Brewer's will dated 23 July 1670 in Belton, Robert Popplewell was named as heir.
Between 1678 and 1720 Robert Popplewell purchased property in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire, between 1678 and 1720. Robert Rither of Doncaster sold lands in Belton to Robert Popplewell 1679-99. [Lincs Archives 2/TGH/1/33/34/3].
1/2-3: Bundles of deeds relating to land in Belton purchased by Robert Popplewell from Thomas Wakefield, Roger Pilsworth of Epworth, William Pettinger, Richard Kynman of Belton, Robert Temperton & others; Richard Kynman of Belton, Robert Rither of Doncaster and Edmund Wildbore of Belton. 38 items.
1/33/34/1/2-3 1679-99 - 11 items: Manor of Epworth, surrenders of lands in Belton to Popplewell family 1693-1736 (16 items).
Manor of Crowle, admission of lands at Belton Woodhouse, Popplewell family 1708-53 (30 items).
Manor of Epworth, admissions to lands in Epworth, Popplewell family 1640-1782 (4 items). Bundle of deeds re Bewitt Carr Close, conveyed to Robert Popplewell by Robert Parking jr. of Crowle in 1719 (7 items 1659-1719).
Manor of Crowle, conveyance of copyhold land in Crowle to Popplewell family 1694-1754 (26 items). 1/33/34/1/5-9].
Lincs Archives index: Robert Popplewell of Belton gent., grant of messuage by 1701, Tonge 2/6, purchased land at Belton 1716 F.L. Deeds 1341. Belton 1710, 1713, FL deeds 1121-2, deeds to Epworth property 2TGH 3 A 2/1 Witness 1687 [see MCD 1187 Cardiff City Library collection].
Mentioned in deeds 1701 Misc.Don. 403/6/1/1/3; 1703 Beltoft 403/6/1/2/1; Belton & Epworth 1698-9, 1700, 1707 871.950, 951. Robert in 1686, Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Robert Popplewell and Catherine Ryther obtained a marriage licence on 14 February 1686/87 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Robert Popplewell of Belton, co. Lincoln, woollen draper & Baptist Ryther de villa generosus ... decimo quarto die Febi 1686/7 applied for a marriage licence for the said Robert Popplewell and Katherine Ryther of Belton, spinster may lawfully marry at the parish church of Epworth between the hours of eight and twelve o'clock in the forenoon... neither of that parish. Signed Robert Poplewell, Baptist Ryther... Clifford and Sarah Otters her mark.
Robert Popplewell married Catherine Ryther, daughter of Robert Ryther and Margaret Campion, on 24 February 1686/87 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
     Robert Popplewell and Baptist Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated 25 March 1687 in Belton, LIN. This Indenture made the five and twentieth day of March in the Third year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord James the Second by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith etc., Anno Domini 1687
BETWEEN Richard Kynman of Belton in the County of Lincoln, Gentleman, of the first part and Baptist Ryther of Belton aforesaid, Gentleman and Robert Poplewell of the same town and county, Gentleman of the other part
WITNESSETH that the said Richard Kynman in consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful English money to him paid by the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell at the said sealling Priof the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge
HATH demised bargained and sold and by this present will demise bargain and sell unto the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell all that his close of land arable known by the name of West Stoole containing by approximation ten acres (be the same more or less) lying and being at Graton in the parish of Belton aforesaid between the grounds of the said Richard Kynman towards the East, the common town street on the West, the heires of Mr Maltby on the South and the said Richard Kynman and John Moody’s grounds on the North, now or late in the tenure or occupation of the said Richard Kynman, his assign or assigns, with their and every of their Wayes Casm Comons Prefitts and appurtenances
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Close and premises and their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell, their executors , administrators and assigns from the day of the date hereof unto the full end and term of one whole year from the thence next ensuing and fully be compleat and ended Without yielding or paying anything for the same to *** **** that by virtue of these presents and of the statute made for transferring **** into possession the said Baptist Ryther and Robert Poplewell may be in the actual possession of the premises and be thereby enabled to accept a Grant of Reversion and Inheritance thereof to them and their heirs to the uses and trusts to be thereby declared
In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written
Richard Kynman
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     Robert Popplewell received a letter dated 1687. Richard Clarke to his cousin Robert Popplewell re a tenant, John Hallifax.
Of Epworth then Sandtoft & Temple Belwood. In 1691 he was "solicitor" to the Isle Commoners. According to Stonehouse, 1883, Stovin states that Robert Popplewell was the last person who held the office of solicitor to the Isle Commoners. He was the son of David Popplewell, yeoman, and from a small estate of about fourteen pounds per annum, raised an estate of about four or five hundred a year. He had no education but what he obtained at a common country school. Indeed he was the land stewart to her Grace the Countess of Granville, and by that most of the tenants of the Manor of Epworth lay under one obligation or other to him; and I am of opinion this was the true reason of his being chosen solicitor. This gentleman had all the Islonians bound, and which they had reason to repent and their posterity after them: for he taxed them at his pleasure, and beside he enclosed what common ground he pleased, under a pretence to raise money to carry on the cause, but never was that I can hear of accountable for the rents and profits thereof. The Isle cause and his pocket were the two great gulphs that swallowed all that, and many estates of substantial yeomen in the Island, as the Kinmans, Foxes, Halifaxes, Barnards, Nodel, Tankersley, Wakefield, etc. etc. He and his affidavit men attended Westminster-Hall almost every term for a great number of years, and were as well known as an Irish evidence. He took in lands to support these men near Hirst Priory, called Affidavit Closes to this day. I can remember Belton West Carr taken in by him, containing about 100 acres, which was the last ground which this worthy solicitor enclosed.

     The Lincoln Archives hold bundles of deeds (27 items) relating to freehold land at Belton purchased by Robert Popplewell from Thomas Wakefield, Roger Pilsworth (of Epworth), William Pettinger, Richard Kynman, Robert Temperton and others from 1678 to 1720; also deeds (11 items) relating to lands in Belton purchased by Robert Popplewell from Richard Kynman (Belton), Robert Rither (Doncaster) and Edmund Wildbore (Belton), 1679-89 [2TGH 1/34/1/2-3].

     Stonehouse, 1838, states that in the minutes of the Court of Sewers, he was fined fifty pounds for his abuse and reproachful words to the Court, and to Mr Thomas Raven, one of the Commissioners, during the sitting of the court. It was the custom of this singular character, whenever a pedlar called at his house, to purchase his whole stock-in-trade, as well as the beast of burden which carried it. The animal was turned loose to spend the remainder of his days on the North Moor; the pedlar was entertained for the night, and after having been crammed full of meat and drink as ever his panniers had been with goods, he was locked up in his chamber till the morning. The inventory of this gentleman's live and dead stock, taken at the sale which took place after his death, was a very curious document. The late WPB Johnson, esq. of Temple, told the author of this work, that he had seen it; and he sought for it diligently among the family papers, but was unable to find it.

     Nathaniel Reading owned Sandtoft (dying there 1712) then passed it to his sons. Robert Popplewell acquired it before his death in 1720. See History of the Isle of Axholme.
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     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Robert Ryther dated 23 September 1693. Robert was a land steward to the Countess of Granville in 1694, Epworth. He was 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.
     Robert Popplewell and Catherine Ryther were mentioned in a civil court action in 1699. Bill and answer re: personal estate of Robert Ryther, Lincoln, Lincolnshire.Plaintiffs: John Ryther and John Ryther.
Defendants: Deborah Ryther, Edward Hartopp and Rebecca [Ryther] Hartopp his wife, Robert Poplewell and Katherine [Ryther] Poplewell his wife, Robert Lassells and Susan Lassells his wife and others.
Robert had planned to settle his estate on his 6th cousin John of Scarcroft, but he was debarred as a Roman Catholic.
On 1 February 1698/99 Robert Popplewell purchased property in Belton, LIN, on 1 February 1698/99. Temple Hall or Temple Belwood. Indenture dated 1 February 1698, between James Turre of Newton Kyme, co. York, gent & Anna his wife, Nicholas Lister of East Rigden, co. York, gent. & John Tobly/Totly? of Seacroft, gent. of the one part & Robert Poplewell of Epworth, Gent. of the other part. Sale by the first parties to Poplewell of capital messuage called Temple Hall in Belton, otherwise Temple Belwood.
On 10 September 1701 Robert Popplewell sold property in Westgate, Belton. By deed poll of grant - Parties: Robert Popplewell of Belton, gent and Katarene his wife, to Edward Dutton of Belton, tailor. Messuage situate in Belton Westgate together with a croft adjoining containing 2 acres the ground of Richard Kinman on the north, the heirs of John Good on the south abutting on the ground of George Taylor on the west and the King's highway on the east. Consideration £45. Signed and sealed Robert Popplewell & Katrene Popplewell.
Deed Poll of Grant ? Robert Poplewell of Belton, gent, and Katherine his wife,
to Edward Dutton of Belton, tailor.
Property: Messuage situate in Belton in Westgate together with a croft adjoining containing 2a. the ground of Richard Kinman on the north, the heirs of John Good on the south abutting on the ground of George Taylor on the west and Kings highway on the east.
Consideration: £45.
Signature and seal: Robert Poplewell, Katrene (sic) Popplewell.
Date: 10 Sep 1701
[Note that the Richard Kinman referred to could be either this Richard or his father].
     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in a deed dated 1 January 1707/8 in Belton. Indenture 1/1/1707, between William Moody of Belton & Robert Poplewell of Belton, gent. Grant by William Moody to Robert Poplewell of 2 seliions of land arable in Belton.
Robert Popplewell was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 7 April 1709 in Epworth Manor . Surrender by John Richardson, reported by Robert Bernard and Robert Moody, to the use of Robert Poplewell and Richard Poplewell.
Admission of the said Robert & Richard.
Property: as above [a close of meadow or pasture containing 1 acre, lying between land of Robert Ryther Esq. on the east, land of the heirs of John Heseltine on the west, and abutting le Milldike on the north with the appurt. in Beltoft, 1692 description], also 4 strips of arable land in the east field of Belton, one strip whereof on Beanwell furlong between land of Robert Poplewell on the east, and land of James Maw on on the west, abutting land of Robert on the north and south; other strip on Hundale furlong between land of the heirs of Robert Ryther on the north, and land of Robert Poplewell on the south, and abutting land of Savill Thompson on the east, containing half rood; one more strip in the same furlong, containing 1 rood, between land of John Moody on the south and land of Thomas Harsely on the north, abutting land of Robert Elwick on the east; the other strip, containing 1 rood, in the same furlong, between land of John Maw on the south and land of the heirs of Robert Ryther esq. called Mill Hill on the north and west, with the appurtenances in Belton and Beltoft.

     Robert Popplewell and Rebecca Barbara Ryther were mentioned in a deed dated 23 May 1710. Indenture dated 23 May 1710 between (1) Robert Popplewell of Belton, gent. & (2) John Barton of London, esq. Marriage intended between Rebecca Hartop of St Andrew's Holborn London, widow, and the said John Barton. John Barton, as part of a provision of her executors a warrant of attorney authorising a declaration to him in an action of debt of £2000 at the suit of the said Robert, John also disposes of a messuage in Hatton Garden in the parish of St Andrews Holbourne, co. Middlesex.
Robert Popplewell was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 13 January 1714/15 in Epworth Belton, Manor of Epworth: Surrender by John Ward and Elizabeth his wife, reported by John Poplewell and Richard Poplewell, to the use of Robert Poplewell.
Admission of the said Robert.
Property: a toft built upon, together with a croft and a [causo?] thereto belonging, containing 2 acres, next to a land called Clouse Lane gate, in Beltoft, in the parish of Belton, situated between land of John Maw on the west, and land of the heirs of James Poplewell on the east, abutting South Moore on the south, and Clous Lane on the north.

Robert Popplewell was mentioned as tenant in the manor court rolls dated on 5 February 1714/15 in Epworth re property at Belton. Manor of Epworth: Surrender by Robert & Richard Poplewell, in the presence of John Poplewell and Robert Moody, to the use of John Silvester Esq. and Henry Caister.
Property: all the copyhold properties of Robert & Richard in Belton, subject to trusts expressed in a deed bearing even date herewith, between Robert & Richard of the first part, John and Henry of the second part, and Elizabeth Smith, daughter of John Smith of Ecclesfield, Yorks., gent. deceased, and niece to John Silvester, of the third part.

     Robert died on 24 December 1720 in Belton, LIN, aged 68. The Latin inscription in the church was erected by his son Richard: Hic jacet Rob. Popplewell, arm. Davidis Popplewell, qui obit 24 Dec bris, Anno. Dom. 1720, aetati suae 69. He was buried on 26 December 1720 in Belton. He was mentioned as the previous tenant in the manorial roll in Epworth on 16 April 1740.

Children of Robert Popplewell and Catherine Ryther

Robert Popplewell

(12 July 1716 - 2 September 1719)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 12 July 1716 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard Popplewell and Elizabeth Smith.
     Robert died on 2 September 1719 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire, aged 3. His memorial at Belton: Etiam Robt Rici Popplewell, arm. qui ob. 2 7bris 1719, 4to aetat suae. He was buried on 2 September 1719 in Belton.

Robert Popplewell

(26 September 1674 - )
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 26 September 1674 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Mercy West.

Robert Popplewell

(13 March 1697/98 - before 30 June 1698)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 13 March 1697/98 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of John Popplewell and Susanna Alliston.
     Robert died before 30 June 1698 in Belton, LIN. He was buried on 30 June 1698 in Belton.

Robert Popplewell

(before 1539 - )
      He may be the Robert who died before or on 29 June 1615 - see Ward papers at PRO: 7/51/49 & 7/54/95. However he is unlikely to have a son who was a minor.. Robert Popplewell was also known as Robert Popplewell (son of William) in records. He was born before 1539 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was the son of William Popplewell and (?) Unknown.
     In William Popplewell's will dated 28 October 1556 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire, Robert Popplewell was named as heir.
     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Thomas Popplewell dated 8 February 1562/63.
     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Richard Popplewell dated 12 July 1564.

Robert Popplewell

(circa 1550 - before 11 February 1623/24)
      From 1601 he was called a gentleman. He was of Westgate at his daughter Ann's baptism in 1599. Robert of Misson has children continuing from the Belton baptisms.. Robert Popplewell was born circa 1550 in Lincolnshire. He was mentioned in the will of his uncle Richard 1564, & of his father. He was the son of William Popplewell.
     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Richard Popplewell dated 12 July 1564.
Robert Popplewell married Ann Kitchin on 15 May 1571 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
Robert Popplewell married Ann Popplewell on 14 June 1582 in Belton, LIN.
     Robert resided at Westgate, Belton, Lincolnshire, 1599. He was a churchwarden in Belton, LIN, from 1600 to 1602. Robert was a yeoman in 1623 in Humblethwaite, Belton, Lincolnshire..
     Robert Popplewell made a will dated 8 February 1623/24 in Belton. His will mentions his children Francis, Israel, his grand-daughter Ann daughter of Israel, William, his grandson Robert son of William, Elizabeth, and his wife Anne. Ann & Elizabeth to be executors. Humfrey Popplewell to be supervisor.
In the name of God Amen AD 1623 the eight day of February I Robert Poplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholm and in the County of Lincoln yeoman being sick of body but of good and perfect remembrance (God be thanked therefore) do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following
First I give and bequeath my soule to Almighty God my Maker and I trust to be saved by the death of Christ Jesu
Item I give unto Francis Poplewell my son xij d in full satisfaction of his portion
Item I give unto Israell Poplewell my son five shillinges in full satisfaction of his portion
Item I give unto Anne Poplewell the daughter of the said Israell vs to be paid to her Father within two years next after my burial to go forwards for the use of the said Anne
tem I give to William Poplewell my son vs in full satisfaction of his portion to be paid unto him within three months after my death
Item I give unto Robert Poplewell son of the said William the sum of xxs to be paid to his Father for his use within four years next after my burial and to go forward for the said Robert
Item I give unto Elizabeth Poplewell my daughter all that my cottage house in the tenure and occupation of Emmott Ashmall widow with their appurtenances thereto belonging to have and to hold to her the said Elizabeth Poplewell and to her heirs for ever upon condition following That is she the said Elizabeth her heirs executors or assigns do well and truely content and pay or cause to be well and truly contented and paid unto Robert Kirke of Gainsbrough in the County of Lincoln Mercer his heirs executors or Assigns the full and just sum of eighteen pounds and three shillings of lawful English money upon the feast day of Saint Mathias which shall be in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred twenty and four at or in the house of the said Robert Kirke situate in Gainsbrough aforesaid
The rest of my goodes and chattells not willed given ne bequeathed my debts paid and funeral expenses discharged I give them to Anne my wife and to Elizabeth Poplewell my daughter whom I make joint executrix of this my last will and testament And I ordain and make Humfrey Poplewell and Richard Kinman Supervisors of this my last will and I give to either of them vj d to see it duly performed and to have their charges at all times about my busines
Robert Poplewell
Sealed and delivered in the presence of Humfrey Poplewell
Richard Kinman

Joy Lloyd states that Robert Kirk of Gainsborough held mortgages.
     Robert died before 11 February 1623/24 in Humblewhat?, Belton, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 11 February 1623/24 in Belton, LIN. An inventory of his estate was dated on 18 July 1624 The accompte of William Popplewell of Belton in the Archdeaconry of Stow of all & singular the goods & chattels of Robert Popplewell of Humblewhat? in the parish of Belton deceased according to the testament or last will of ye same deceased ... as followeth
The charge
Discharge
Debts and legacies
... Burgen?
Joshua Richardson
Thomas Bernard
to Elizabeth Popplewell of Belton
Necessary charges

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     His will was proved in 1624/25 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Child of Robert Popplewell and Ann Kitchin

Children of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell

Robert Popplewell

(4 January 1687/88 - before 5 April 1702)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 4 January 1687/88 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Catherine Ryther.
     Robert died before 5 April 1702 in London. His memorial in Belton church following his father's reads: Etiam Robt Robti Popplewell, qui ob. Londi 1702, 15 aetatis suae. Juvenis multis numeris absolutus. He was buried on 5 April 1702 in Belton.

Robert Popplewell

(2 April 1600 - before 19 April 1600)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 2 April 1600 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire. He was the son of David Popplewell and Elizabeth Tuswell.
     Robert died before 19 April 1600 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 19 April 1600 in Belton.

Robert Popplewell

(14 November 1622 - before 26 April 1642)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 14 November 1622 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was mentioned in his grandfather's will as the son of William. He was the son of William Popplewell and Isabel Abbott.
     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Robert Popplewell dated 8 February 1623/24.
     Robert died before 26 April 1642 in Belton, LIN. He was buried on 26 April 1642 in Belton, LIN.

Robert Popplewell

(15 July 1689 - before 28 September 1689)
     Robert Popplewell was born on 15 July 1689 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was the son of William Popplewell and Bridget Thorp. Robert Popplewell was christened on 31 July 1689 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.
     Robert died before 28 September 1689 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 28 September 1689 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Robert Popplewell

(29 May 1598 - circa 1675)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 29 May 1598 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was described as 3rd son in his father's will & minor. He was the son of James Popplewell and Elizabeth Broughton.
     In James Popplewell's will dated 3 July 1605 in Belton, Robert Popplewell was named as heir.
Robert Popplewell married Alice Wensley on 30 November 1622 in Belton, LIN. They witnessed John Popplewell's will dated April 1630 in Belton. Robert was a joiner in 1634, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.
Robert Popplewell married Ann Unknown circa 1635 in Lincolnshire, England.
     Testified in Robert Popplewell's court case in 1637. A Robert Popplewell, joiner of Gainsborough aged 39.
Robert Popplewell married Elizabeth Unknown between 1640 and 1649 in Lincolnshire.      
Robert Popplewell was listed in the Protestation returns as Robert Poppelwell in March 1641/42 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.
     Robert Popplewell was mentioned in the will of James Popplewell dated 14 March 1652/53.
     Robert Popplewell made a will dated 16 August 1670 in Gainsborough. His will mentions his wife Elizabeth and daughters Elizabeth & Alice, and lands in Belton in the occupation of John Popplewell.
     Will of Robert Poplewell of Gainsborough, joiner dated 16 August 1670 gives lands etc. in parish of Belton now in the occupation of Simon Wright ... now in the occupation of John Popplewell and all other of my freehold lands ... in the parish of Belton afsd unto his loving wife Elizabeth and after her decease to I do give and devise the same to my two daughters Elizabeth & Alice Poplewell the sum of forty pounds ... to be paid at their ... at 21 or marriage, a piece of silver plate also six silver spoons
Item I give unto my cozen Richard Sh.ouson 5/- for a legacy
Item I give unto Richard Goldsburgh 5/- for a legacy.
The rest to Elizabeth Popplewell his wife, Elizabeth & Alice Popplewell his daughters ... my kinsman Charles Broughton to be supervisor ... Signed Robert Poplewell.

     Robert died circa 1675 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.
     His will was proved in 1675 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Child of Robert Popplewell and Alice Wensley

Children of Robert Popplewell and Ann Unknown

Children of Robert Popplewell and Elizabeth Unknown

Robert Popplewell

(17 February 1635/36 - before 19 February 1635/36)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 17 February 1635/36 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.
     Robert died before 19 February 1635/36 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Robert Popplewell and Ann Unknown. Robert Popplewell was buried on 19 February 1635/36 in Gainsborough.

Robert Popplewell

(circa 1574? - June 1615)
     Robert Popplewell was also known as Robert Popplewell (of Misson, son of Francis) in records. He was born circa 1574?. He was described as the eldest son of Francis by Dorothy. He may be the Robert baptised 2 Feb 1574 at Belton.. He was the son of Francis Popplewell and Dorothy Thornhill.
He was to inherit property in Egmonton, Scawby, Gringley on the Hill, Mattersey, North & South Leverton, Wheatley, Southbeck, Scatsworth, Misson, Bawtry & Austerfield according to his father's will of 1586..
     In Francis Popplewell's will dated 18 January 1585/86 in Belton, Lincolnshire, Robert Popplewell was named as heir.
Robert Popplewell married Ann Brighouse on 29 December 1595 in West Halton, Lincolnshire. He was a churchwarden in Misson, Nottinghamshire, in 1613.
     Robert Popplewell made a will dated 28 January 1613/14 in Misson, Nottinghamshire. 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
mark:
Robert Horberyeton.

     Robert died in June 1615. PRO Records of the Court of Wards and Liveries: Inquisitions Post Mortem: WARD 7/54/95 Robert Popplewell, Nottingham 14 Jas I.
Robtus Poplewell, 29 June 1615, Inqusitio indenture apud Castleford? Co. Nott. Vicesimo nono die, June... Cottage ... in Belton, co. Lincoln ... in Gringley

and WARD 7/51/49     Robert Popplewell, Nottingham, 14 Jas I,      23 day of June 1615 ...      East Retford ...      in Gringley
He may be the Robert who died before or on 29 June 1615 or 23 June 1615 - He had a cottage in Belton and ... in Gringley. He appears to have a son Robert who was a minor at this father's death. Need a professional to read the documents..
     His will was proved on 16 January 1616/17 at Retford, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Robert Popplewell and Ann Brighouse

Child of Robert Popplewell

Robert Popplewell

(26 February 1826 - before 25 September 1829)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 26 February 1826 in Althorpe, Lincolnshire. He was the son of William Popplewell and Sarah Bingley.
     Robert died before 25 September 1829 in Keadby, Lincolnshire. He was buried on 25 September 1829 in Keadby.

Robert Popplewell

(13 May 1720 - )
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 13 May 1720 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. This is probably Robert Humphrey, twins?. He was the son of Humphrey Popplewell and Mary Whitaker.

Robert Popplewell

(17 July 1765 - before 1 October 1852)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 17 July 1765 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Popplewell and Mary Duddin. Robert Popplewell was buried on 1 October 1790 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire.
Robert Popplewell married Elizabeth Duckett on 21 November 1790 in Luddington, Lincolnshire, England.
     Robert died before 1 October 1852 in Luddington, Lincolnshire. He was aged 88 in the register.

Children of Robert Popplewell and Elizabeth Duckett

Robert Popplewell

(4 June 1829 - 25 September 1929)
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 4 June 1829 in Keadby, Lincolnshire. He was the son of William Popplewell and Sarah Bingley.
     Robert died on 25 September 1929 aged 100. Confusion between the two Roberts, presumably both died but only one burial recorded.

Robert Popplewell

(before 1710 - 5 January 1784)
     Robert Popplewell was born before 1710. He could be the son of John Popplewell, gent of Messingham who died c 1728, but the link is only assumed. He was the son of John Popplewell.
     Robert Popplewell and Mary Burkitt obtained a marriage licence before 7 July 1731 in Bottesford, Lincolnshire, England. Robert Popplewell & Mary Burkett, aged 22, spinster, to be married at Bottesford or Scotter, neither of the parish.
Robert Popplewell married Mary Burkitt on 7 July 1731 in Bottesford, Lincolnshire. However her hsuband may have been John of Scotter. A Robert & Mary Popple had children baptised at Messingham: William on 25 July 1762 , Mary 18 Jan 1765 and Anne 26 June 1770 but these seem to be a generation out..
     Robert was was a glover in Messingham from 1738. As they were both glovers, he is likely to be connected to George Poppelwell, glover & citizen of London. He is possibly the son of the John Popplewell of Messingham whose estate was administered in 1728. He took an apprentice glover for 6 years. Robert Popplewell of Messingham, Lincoln, glover took an apprentice (Thomas, son of Andrew Ingram of Scawby) on 21 July 1738 from 15 June last, for 7 years being paid £4/10/- and paying 2/- duty. He then took Will, son of Will Saylor. deceased, on 1 Feb 1744/5 for 7 years from 1 Jan next, being paid £5 and paying 2/- duty. On the 12 June 1749 he took on John Stanton from 9 May last, for 7 years from the 1st May, being paid £6 and paying 3/- duty from 21 July 1738 in Messingham, Lincolnshire.
     Robert was buried on 5 January 1784 in Messingham, Lincolnshire.

Children of Robert Popplewell and Mary Burkitt

Robert Popplewell

(18 September 1704 - )
     Robert Popplewell was christened on 18 September 1704 in East Retford, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Popplewell and Sarah Holywell. Robert Popplewell was possibly buried on 4 October 1704 in East Retford. There is confusion re which Robert dies in 1704, possible one in nearby Clarebrough but the burial register clearly states son of George..