Isabel Unknown (Ryther)

( - before 1 February 1661/62)
     Isabel Unknown (Ryther) married John Ryther before 1654 in Yorkshire.
     Isabel died before 1 February 1661/62 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was buried on 1 February 1661/62 in Quarie Hill, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Children of Isabel Unknown (Ryther) and John Ryther

Isabel Unknown (Stanser)

(before 1670 - before 6 June 1714)
     Isabel Unknown (Stanser) was also known as Stancell in records. She was born before 1670 in Yorkshire.
     Isabel Unknown (Stanser) married Gervas Stanser, son of Gervas Stanser and Grace Unknown (Stanser), circa 1688.
     Isabel died before 6 June 1714 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. She was buried on 6 June 1714 in Thorpe Salvin. Isabel, the wife of Gervas Stancell, farmer, buried in woollen.

Children of Isabel Unknown (Stanser) and Gervas Stanser

Isabel Maria Unknown

     Isabel Maria Unknown married Unknown Murray, son of John Arthur Murray and Mary Ann Margaret Denty.
     Isabel Maria Unknown lived at 64 Brook St, London, October 1932.

Isabella Unknown

(before May 1773 - 11 May 1853)
     Isabella Unknown was born before May 1773 in Northamptonshire.
     Isabella Unknown married Marmaduke Bland, son of Charles Bland and Mary Calvert. Isabella Unknown was an executor of Marmaduke Bland's estate on 18 June 1829 in Bury St Edmunds.
     Isabella Unknown appeared on the 1841 census in Northgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Isabella Bland, 67, independant, not born in the county.
     Isabella Unknown was recorded on the 1851 census in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Isabella died on 11 May 1853 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 16 May 1853 in St James, Bury St Edmunds.

Isabella Unknown

( - 1659)
     Isabella Unknown married William Popplewell, son of James Popplewell and Elizabeth Broughton.
     Isabella Unknown made a will dated 7 January 1658/59 in Kingston upon Hull. In the name of God Amen: The Seventh day of January 1658 I Isabell Poppelwell of Kingston upon Hull widow being weak and infirm in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory Praised be god do make & ordain this my last will and Testament First and principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my most gracious creator & preserver hoping for salvation through the meritorious death and passion of my blessed Lord ^ and Saviour Jesus Christ and by no other means. And my body I Commit to the earth whereof it came to be buried in Saint Maries Church of the Town of Kingston upon Hull, so near my late Husband William Popplewell as conveniently may be And for my temporal estate wherewith it hath pleased God of his mercy to endow me I ^ do give and dispose of the same as followeth
That is to say I do give to the poor people of this Town of Kingston upon Hull the sum forty shillings
And to the poor people of Fortinrow Thorpe and Baye in the County of York ^ the like Sum of forty shillings to be distributed at the discretion of my executors hereafter named within one month next after my decease.
And I do give and bequeath unto Gilliam Beecham my sister for the term of her natural life all that my messuage or tenement with the yard and appurtenances thereunto belonging situate and being within the Town of Kingston upon Hull aforesaid in a certain Street or lane there called Salthouse Lane on the South side of the same lane & at this present in the tenure or occupation of John Jeggar And also all that my messuage or tenement with the appurtenances thereunto belonging situate and being within the said Town of Kingston upon Hull in a certain street called Lowgait, on the East side of the said street, and at this present in the several tenures or occupations of Peter Doughtie and Martin Goodman And I do give and bequeath unto the said Gilliam Beecham my sister the sum of twenty pounds of lawful English money to be paid unto her within one year next after my decease
And I give & bequeath more unto her the said Gillian, the bedstead and bedding whereon I now lie and all the furniture which is upon the same, And also all the pewter now being upon the low shelf and the little white table and the bigger white cupboard in the room next street of the House I dwell in And also the Range in the in the fore chamber
And I give devise and bequeath (after the decease of my said Sister Gillian) the said messuage or tenement with the appurtenances in Salthouse Lane mentioned to be in the occupation of John Jeggar.
And also the said messuage or tenement with thappurtenances in Lowgaite mentioned to be in the several occupations of Peter Doughtie and Martin Goodman, and all rents reversions hereditaments and appurtenances of or to the said several messuages belonging unto my kind friends namely Mr Christopher Richardson Alderman Mr Thomas Smyth Mr William Blansherd and John Stevenson, and to their heirs and assigns for ever
And I give & bequeath unto Jane Harding the wife of Richard Harding of Scarbrough Tanner the sum of forty pounds of lawful English money to be paid her within one year next after my decease And if she die, the said sum or legacy being unpaid then I will the same to be paid and divided amongst her three sons & grandchild namely Gregory Harding Richard Harding younger William Harding and Jane Stevenson.
And I give & bequeath unto the said Gregory Harding the sum of thirty pounds;
And to Richard Harding the younger, the sum of twenty pounds
And to the said Jane Stevenson the sum of ten pounds of lawful English money to be paid them within one year next after my decease or as soon as they can or shall sufficiently acquit and discharge my executors of the same legacies respectively
And I give unto the said William Harding (if he be living at the time of my death) the sum of twenty pounds lawful English money And if he be dead then I will the same legacy to be paid and divided amongst his brethren;
And in case any other of them the sons of the Said Richard and Jane Harding do happen to die before payment of the legacies aforesaid or before the same become due, that then the sum or legacy of the party so dying shall redound and be paid to the survivors or survivor of them as my executors hereafter named can or may be lawfully acquitted and sufficiently discharged of the same;
And I give and bequeath unto Dorothy Stevenson daughter of the said Richard and Jane Hardinge, and now wife of Harley Stevenson, the sum of ten pounds, to be paid her within one year next after my decease upon a sufficient acquaintance to my executors for the same
And I give and bequeath to Robert Popplewell of Gainsborough in the County of Lincoln Joyner the sum of forty and four pounds of lawful English money to be paid him within one year next after my decease and I freely remit and forgive unto him all such debts and sums of money as he is resting indebted unto me or my late husband William Popplewell deceased
And I give and bequeath unto the said John Stevenson of this Town Cooper, the sum of thirty pounds of lawful English money to be paid him within one year next after my decease and I give him more the great andirons in the fore chamber of the house I now dwell in, And I do freely forgive and remit unto him all such debts and sums of money as he is resting indebted unto me or my said ^ deceased husband deceased.
And I give and bequeath unto Richard Stevenson of Gainsborough Joyner the sum of ten pounds of lawful English money to be paid him within one year next after my decease
And I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Smyth wife of the aforesaid Mr Thomas Smyth my great flanders chest and all therein, And I give more unto her the said Elizabeth Smyth the sum of twenty pounds lawful English money And I give and bequeath unto her children which she hath to her said husband Mr Thomas Smyth the sum of forty pounds of like money to be paid unto her self for their use within one year next after my decease
And if any of them the same children do die that then the longer livers shall have equally divided ^st them the sum or legacy due to him her or them so dyeing
And I give unto her sn Thomas Bar-- the sum of ten pounds of like money
And I give to the aforenamed Mr Thomas Smyth, Mr William Blansherd Henry Rudock of Newland, And Captain George Westbee Twenty shillings apiece to buy them hats with
And I give to their now wives twenty shillings apiece to buy them rings for remembrance;
And give to Mr Richard -evers a pair of gloves of five shillings prize, And to his son thirteen shillings and four pence, And to his man George Twisleton thirteen shillings and four pence
Item I give to the Minister of the low Church Parish the sum of forty shillings
I give to Thomas Peacocke the bigger of any two silver wine bowls
Item I give to William Pickells the son of Stephen Pickells ten shillings
And to John Hudson the son of Edward Hudson deceased ten shillings
To the son of Richard Best Cooper deceased ten shillings.
To Ralph Roth woods daughter which was my late husbands Goddaughter ten shillings
To my God daughter Isabell Sherington twenty shillings,
To Jeremiah Payne my late Husbands apprentice thirteen shillings and four pence;
To Robert Sh-----s son and four daughters every of them twenty shillings apiece to be paid within one year next after my decease They coming to demand and receive the same
And I give to Grace Stevenson the wife of the aforenamed John Stevenson twenty shillings to buy her a hat
All the rest of my goods and chattels unbequeathed (my debts paid and legacies and funerals discharged) I do give and bequeath unto the aforesaid Mr Christopher Richardson Mr Thomas Smyth Mr William Blansherd and John Stevenson to be equally divided among them whom I ordain and make the executors of this my last will and testament
And I do hereby revoke and disanull all wills by me heretofore made
In witness whereof I the said Isabell Popplewell have hereunto set my hand and seal the Seventh day of January 1658 above written /
Isabell Popplewell her mark
Witnesses here of Richard Vete-s George Twisleton, Thomas Peacocke.

     Isabella died in 1659.
     Her will was proved on 20 August 1659 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Isabella Unknown

( - before 1841)
     Isabella Unknown married George Halliday.
     Isabella died before 1841.

Children of Isabella Unknown and George Halliday

Isabella Unknown

( - 30 May 1900)
     Isabella died on 30 May 1900 in Eddington?, Victoria. Not found in the death indexes. She was buried in Eddington.

Isabella Unknown

( - 19 June 1823)
     Isabella Unknown married an unknown person before 1820.
     Isabella Unknown married Maj General John Murray before 1820.
     Isabella died on 19 June 1823 in Versailles, France. Died, at Versailles in France, on the 19th June, Isabella, wife of Major General John Murray.

Child of Isabella Unknown and Maj General John Murray

Isabella Unknown

(circa 1794 - )
     Isabella Unknown was born circa 1794.

Child of Isabella Unknown

Isabella Unknown (Banks)

     Isabella Unknown (Banks) married Henry Knowles on 29 June 1572 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

Child of Isabella Unknown (Banks)

Isobel Alice Unknown

(circa 1850 - March 1930)
     Isobel Alice Unknown was born circa 1850.
     Isobel Alice Unknown married Henry Napier MacRae CBE before 1915?.
     Isobel's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1930 in Tonbridge RD, Kent, England.

Jane Unknown

     Jane Unknown married Charles B Colbert, son of Charles Colbert and Elizabeth Brace, before 1883 in New South Wales. There is no record of this marriage.

Children of Jane Unknown and Charles B Colbert

Jane Unknown

( - before 29 February 1719/20)
     Jane Unknown married William Ruby, son of Patriarch Ruby.
     Jane died before 29 February 1719/20 in Ashburton, Devon.

Children of Jane Unknown and William Ruby

Jane Unknown

(before 1490 - after 1 May 1545)
     Jane Unknown was born before 1490 in Yorkshire.
     Jane Unknown married John Rich, son of Robert Rich, circa 1510 in Yorkshire.
     In Jane Unknown's will dated 5 March 1540/41 in Penistone, Jane Unknown was named as executrix of the estate; In the name of God amen the 5th day of March the year of our lord God [1540] I John Rich of the parish of Pennyston ... sound remembrance do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following First I bequeath and forsake my soul to almighty God and to ... and to all the holy company in heaven and my bodye to be buried within the church of Pennyston afsd
Item I bequeath to the high altar ...
Item I will that William my son and heir... to Rauf and Elizabeth my children ...
Item I bequeath to the afsd William my best jaket ...
Item I bequeath to Rauf my son a jake & jackett? ...
Item I bequeath to Ro... one ewe and a lambe
Item I bequeath to Agnes my daughter
Item I bequeath to Joh... also I will that Jane my wife Rauf my sone and ... Elizabeth my daughter to be my full and fare executors and to have all my goods unbequeathed my dear and faithfull ... ... being ... Joh Jenkinson ... Appleyard and John ... witnessed my hand February ...
She was an executor of Jane Unknown's estate on 20 February 1543/44 in the Prerogative Court of York.
     Jane Unknown made a will dated 1 May 1545 in Penistone, Yorkshire. In the name of God amen the first day of May [1545] I Jane Ryche widow of the parish of Pennyston being in good mind and ... make my last will and testament in form following First I bequeath my soul to the almighty God and my body to be buried ...
also I bequeath to William Riche my son... and my ..
also it is my will that Agnes Greave my daughter and Elizabeth my daughter and Rauf my son ... all my best ... with all ...
also I will that all my debts be paid of the said goods and that Rauf my son ... of my ...
also I will that ... also to the performance of this my will I make and ordain my executor ... ... Rauf my son and Elizabeth my daughter ... John Jenkinson Richard ...
I will that Eliz my daughter ...
I will that Elizabeth my daughter ... ... ...

     Jane died after 1 May 1545 in Penistone, Yorkshire.
     Her will was proved on 9 June 1545 at PCY.

Children of Jane Unknown and John Rich

Jane Unknown

(circa 1500? - )
     Jane Unknown was born circa 1500?.
     Jane Unknown married Thomas Popplewell, son of Richard Popplewell.
     In Richard Popplewell's will dated 13 December 1538 in Belton, Lincolnshire, Jane Unknown was named as heir; His will mentions his children Helen & Henry, Jane the wife of Thomas Popplewell [his son?] and her daughter Cecilia, William & James Popplewell his sons, his daughters Agnes Fox, Magaret Thorneton, Cicilia Caister and Isabell Doringer, Richard his grandson - son of William, his grandson Francis - son of James, John Easter, William Thornton, Robert Fox, John Doringe [probably his sons in law], Michael, Simon & Elizabeth Popplewell and others.
     I Richard Poplewell of Belton, husbandman... to be buried at All Hallows Belton ...
     Item I bequeath unto Henry Popellwell my sonne £6.13.4. and a silver sponne for his hole filiall porcon
     Item I bequeath unto Helyne Poplewell my daughter £6.13.4 and a silvr sponne for her filiall porcon and if the foresaid Henry or Helyne departe out of this world afore they be martyed or else afore they receyve ther foresaid filiall porcon or porcons then I wyll that the sayd porcon or porcons shall remayne unto myne executors to dispose after ther discretion.
     Item I bequeath unto Jane late Thomas Popellwell wyff 10 shillings and silver sponne one qter of barley, 3 metts of malt, one lynn shete and a harden, 4 metts of wheat and one stock of 2 yeares old.
     Item I bequeath unto Helyne Poplewell my daughter 10s.
     Item I bequeath unto William Poplewell and James Poplewell my sonnes ether of them 10 s. and ether of them a silver sponne
     Item I bequeath unto Agnes Fox, Magarett Thorneton, Cicilia Caister and Isabell Doringer my daughters every one of them 10 shillings and every one of them a silver sponne.
     Item I bequeath unto Willm Poplewell my sonne all my cartes, ploughes, carte geare and all the wood pteyning to my house and one braspot, my counter, one lead, one payre of quearnes and one arke.
     Item unto Thomas Walker one ewe or else 20d.
     Item unto Richard, Willm Popelwell's sonne one quye of 3 yeres old.
     Item unto William Pawson one ewe or else 20d
     Item unto Agnes Kitchen one ewe or else 20d
     Item unto Helyne Mosgrave 12d
     Item I bequeath to be distributed among pore people 20 shillings.
     Item I bequeath unto James Popellwell my sonne my gray geldinge.
     Item I bequeath unto Frauncis, James Poppellwell's sonne one ewe.
     Item unto John Caister one ewe
     Item unto William Thorneton one ewe or ells 20d
     Item unto Michaell Popellwell 20d
     Item unto Robt Fox one ewe or ells 20d
     Item unto Simond Popellwell one quye calfe, one lambe or ells 12d
     Item unto Simon Poplewell one quye calfe
     Item unto Elizabeth Poplewell one quye calfe, and Willm my sonne and John Dornynge have the kepinge of these 2 calfs for the pfytt (profit) and behoufe of the said Simon & Elizabeth
     Item unto Cicilia Popellwell Jane's daughter one quye of a yere old, and James my sonne to have the kepinge of the said quye for Cicile's behoufe.
     Item unto Thomas Foster 2 metts of malt.
     Item unto Willm my sonne my best jeckett and to dispose to pore people therefore 3 shillings 4 pence.
     Item unto James Glew my lether dublett
     Item to John Olivr the dublett with lynne sleves
     Item to Willm Jackson the dublett with clothe sleves
     Item to Thomas Codd my vyolett hose
     Item to F(S?)ealand's wyff my best hoose
     Item to the bell man my old hose
     Item to John Glew my black jackett
     Item to Philipp my sloppes
     Item to Willm Robinson my seneles (chenile) jackett
     Item to Thomas Walker an old violett jackett.
     Item to Richard Poplewell my jerkinge. ...
     The residue of my goodes my debts and funall expensis content and paid I will unto Willm Popplewell and James Popplewell my sonnes whom I consititute and make my lawful executors to dispose the residue of my goods not bequeathed after there discretions and ether of them both to have for ther labour 3/4
     Ther being witness the curatt Robte Stott and Alexander Stott with other men Richard Lemett prest and a curatt of Belton witness in this foresaid testament.

     This first part of this will (relating to Helen & Henry) was proved again as LCC wills 1549-50/176 but only part of the transcript was sent, perhaps one of them had died. ... Item I bequeath unto Jane Cat thomb?? Popplewell ... the .. John ... on ... ... my m..

Child of Jane Unknown and Thomas Popplewell

Jane Unknown

(before 1805 - )
     Jane Unknown married John Ruby. Jane Unknown was born before 1805.

Child of Jane Unknown and John Ruby

Jane Unknown

(before April 1862 - )
     Jane Unknown was born before April 1862 in Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk.
     Jane Unknown married George Cocksedge before 1889.
     Jane Unknown and George Cocksedge appeared on the 1891 census in Gedding, Suffolk.

Children of Jane Unknown and George Cocksedge

Jane Unknown

( - 1738?)
     Jane Unknown married Rev Francis Cocksedge MA, son of Unknown Cocksedge.
     Jane died She may be the Jane Cocksedge bried at Bacton 20 Dec 1738 in 1738?.

Children of Jane Unknown and Rev Francis Cocksedge MA

Jane Unknown

( - before 15 September 1761)
     Jane Unknown married Unknown Bland.
     Jane died before 15 September 1761 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 15 September 1761 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Jane Unknown

     Jane Unknown married Edward Killigrew before 1705.

Child of Jane Unknown and Edward Killigrew

Jane Unknown

     Jane Unknown married William Heatherly before 1818.

Child of Jane Unknown and William Heatherly

Jane Unknown

( - before 6 August 1579)
     Jane Unknown married Richard Brayfield, son of Rev William? Brayfield and Margaret Unknown.
     Jane died before 6 August 1579 in Rushden, Northamptonshire. She was buried on 6 August 1579 in Rushden.

Jane Unknown

(circa 1833 - before 19 March 1885)
     Jane Unknown was born circa 1833 in Hadleigh, Suffolk.
     Jane Unknown married John Cocksedge, son of James Cocksedge and Elizabeth Podd, before 1855 in Suffolk.
     Jane Unknown and John Cocksedge appeared on the 1861 census in Ipswich, St Clement. John Cocksedge 27, boiler maker's labourer. his wife Jane Cocksedge 28, and his son James Cocksedge 6. all born at Hadley.
     Jane Unknown and John Cocksedge appeared on the 1871 census in 8 Pottery St, Ipswich, St Helen. John Cocksedge 37, boiler maker at Iron foundry, born Hadleigh; his wife Jane 37, born Hadleigh, son James 17, engineer, born Hadleigh, daughter Bessie 5, born Ipswich, brother James unmarried 41, retired soldier, born Hadleigh.
     Jane died before 19 March 1885 in Pottery St, Ipswich, Suffolk. She was buried on 19 March 1885 in St Helen, Ipswich.

Child of Jane Unknown and John Cocksedge

Jane Unknown

(circa 1759 - 28 April 1809)
     Jane Unknown was born circa 1759.
     Jane Unknown married Rev Charles Steer, son of Charles Steer and Sarah Allott.
     Jane died  on 28 April 1809 in Axminster, Devon. Near the remains of her infant son Charles William Steer, lies interred Jane, wife of Rev Charles Steer who died 28 April 1809 aged 50.

Child of Jane Unknown and Rev Charles Steer

Jane Unknown

( - 16 April 1727)
     Jane Unknown married Rev Matthew Handcock as his second wife, before 1701.
     Jane was buried on 16 April 1727 in St Patrick's, Dublin, Ireland. Late wife of Rev Dr Matthew Handcock, interred in the cathedral churchyard 1728.

Child of Jane Unknown and Rev Matthew Handcock

Jane Unknown

     Jane Unknown married William (Patriarch?) Poole.

Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland)

(circa 1600 - )
     Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland) was born circa 1600.
     Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland) married John Frankland, son of Richard Frankland and Isabella Carr, on 9 February 1619/20 in Giggleswick, Yorkshire. She was the widow of Richard Browne, of Rathmell. He possibly married firstly Alicia Harding on 8 April 1616..

Children of Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland) and John Frankland

Jane Unknown (Ryther)

(before 1735 - )
     Jane Unknown (Ryther) was born before 1735 in England.
     Jane Unknown (Ryther) married Daniel Ryther (of Misterton) before 1752. Jane was present at Ann Ryther's christening on 12 April 1752 in Misterton, Nottinghamshire, England. Jane was present at Mary Ryther's christening on 12 April 1752 in Misterton, NTT, ENG.

Children of Jane Unknown (Ryther) and Daniel Ryther (of Misterton)

Jane Unknown (Sleford)

(before 1540 - before 27 November 1588)
     Jane Unknown (Sleford) was born before 1540 in Lincolnshire, England.
     James Popplewell married secondly Jane Unknown (Sleford) on 26 November 1566 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She had a son John by her previous marriage.
     In James Popplewell's will dated 1 August 1570 in Belton, LIN, Jane Unknown (Sleford) was named as heir; His will mentions his wife Jane and her son John Sleford, his son Francis and his wife Dorothy, his son David, daughters Katherine Glew (son in law William Glew, Francis Glew, son of William), Isabel Pinder, Elizabeth Thornton (& Fraunces Thornton and James Thornton sons of Richard Thornton of Belwood), Elizabeth Poplewell daughter of David Poplewell my son. Thomas Poplewell and David Poplewell, James Poplewell (under 21), sons of Willm Poplewell my son, Margaret Poplewell and Isabell Poplewell daughters of the aforesaid Willm Poplewell. He gives to the children of Robert Pynder David Poplewell Willm Glewe Richard Thornton and Christofer Fowler (daughters Katheryn Fowler and Agnes Fowler) and Willm Poplewell which appear to be his sons & sons in law.
In the Name of god amen the 1st August 1570 ... I James Poplewell of Beltoft in the parish of Belton in the Isle of Axholme in the County of Lincoln yeoman / Whole in mind good and perfect of remembrance and sick of body praised be god / do ordain constitute and make this my present Testament and last will in manner and form here following
Impremis I bequeath my soul to almighty god my only Saviour and Redeemer and my body to be buried within the church of All Hallows in the middle Alley of the said church of Belton aforesaid against my Seat where now usually I do sit.
Item I give and bequeath to the parson of the said church for tithes and oblations forgotten xij d [1 shilling]
Item I give and bequeath to Jane my wife two Kyen [kine] over and beside forty pounds which I and my Executors stand bound to pay to the said Jane within two months next after my decease in consideration of her thirds of all my lands
Item I give and bequeath to the said Jane my ambling colt which I bought of Willm Awdus two Ryalles of gold twenty cart loads of peats to be brought to her house in Beltoft aforesaid one quarter of malt half a quarter of wheat one bushel of peason/peasen one bushel of barley / one good brass pot and one fetherbedd with such furniture as she brought to me at the time of her marriage
Item I give and bequeath to John Sleford my wife son two kyne
Item I give will and bequeath to Fraunces/Frannces Poplewell my son two of my best mares two of my best kyne / my best fetherbedd and all the furniture thereto belonging / two payer of my best lynnen sheets my greatest brass pot and vj [six] of my best pewter
Item I give will and bequeath to the said Fraunces and his assigns my leases of all the lands and closes that I hold of Temple Belwood in the parish of Belton
Item I give will and bequeath to Dorothy Poplewell wife of the said Fraunces two Ryalles of gold and one silver Spoon
Item I give will and bequeath to Davyd Poplewell my son one old Ryall of gold my greatest pan and all my leases that I have of Robert Evens and Roger Castilford gent two tables one cupboard two iron racks and two forms and after his decease to remain to the heirs males of his body lawfully begotten And for default of such heirs to remain to Fraunces Poplewell [sic] my son and his heirs for ever
Item whereas I have given by deeds to David Poplewell and Fraunces Poplewell my sons before named all my lands being Freehold and also all my copyhold lands by Surrender I will that all the aforesaid lands given to the aforesaid Davyd Poplewell shall remain to him and his heirs mails of his body lawfully begotten And for default of such issue the aforesaid lands remain to the aforesaid Fraunces Poplewell my son and his heirs males of his body lawfully begotten for ever and likewise I will that all the aforesaid lands given to the aforesaid Fraunces Poplewell shall remain to him and his heirs males of his body lawfully begotten And for default of such heirs males the aforesaid lands remain to the aforesaid Davyd Poplewell my son and his heirs males of his body lawfully begotten for ever And for default of such heirs males I will that all the aforesaid lands after their decreases remain to the next heirs of me the said James Poplewell for ever
Item I give will and bequeath to David Poplewell my son and to his heirs males of his body lawfully begotten all that my messuage builded with all the houses there upon the houses thereupon builded and all the lands arable meadows and closes with the appurtenances set lying and being in Beltoft and Belton aforesaid which I bought and purchased of Willm Browne Alexander Mounson [?monuson] gentilmen and of Willm Audus [compare line 11 Awdus] yeoman and for default of such heirs males of his body lawfully begotten the aforesaid messuage and all the premises remain to Fraunces Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs mails of his body lawfully begotten for ever
Item I will that if Robert Poplewell do not discharge and pay to me or to my Executors certain sum of money which he hath Mortgaged his house with all his lands and closes in the parish of Belton to me then I give will and bequeath the said house lands and closes with the appurtenances to David Poplewell and Fraunces Poplewell my sons and their heirs for ever
Item I give and bequeath to Katheryn Glewe my daughter ten pounds my biggest brass pot (but one) one silver spoon four pewter doublers two payer of sheets viz one payer of sly-ple and one pair of harden
Item I give and bequeath to Isabell Pynder my daughter Five pounds and one silver Spoon
Item I give and bequeath to Elizabeth Thornton my daughter six pounds one silver Spoon two payer of sheets viz one payer fe--ble and one payer of harden
Item I give and bequeath to Willm Glewe my son in law one old Ryall
Item I give will and bequeath to Elizabeth Poplewell daughter of Davyd Poplewell my son vj s viij d
Item I give and bequeath to Fraunces Glewe son of Willm Glewe xl s [forty shillings]
Item I give and bequeath unto Fraunces Thornton and James Thornton sons of Richard Thornton of Belwood to either of them vj s viij d
Item I give and bequeath to Thomas Poplewell and Davyd Poplewell sons of Willm Poplewell my sonne to either of them iij li vj s viij d [£3 6 shillings 8 pence]
Item I give and bequeath to James Poplewell sonne of the aforesaid Willm Poplewell twenty six pounds thirteen shillings four pence of good and lawful money of England and to be paid to the said James within four months next after my decease if he be of the age of 21 years (if not when he cometh to the age of 21 years (if my Executors think it good]
Item I give and bequeath to Margaret Poplewell and Isabell Poplewell daughters of the aforesaid Willm Poplewell to either of them ten shillings
Item I give and bequeath to the aforesaid James Poplewell one cow
Item I give and bequeath to John Brewer one qwye of two yeres old
Item I give and bequeath to every of my god children xijd
I give and bequeath to Katheryn Fowler and Agnes Fowler daughters of Chr[ist]ofer Fowler to either of them iij li
Item I give and bequeath to Elizabeth Yates my servant and kynswoman vj li viij s iiij d one Cow four pieces of pewter and one honest bed
Item I give and bequeath to Thomas Awckland my servant iij li vj s j d and one cow
Item I give and bequeath to every of the children of Robert Pynder David Poplewell Willm Glewe Richard Thornton and Christ]fer Fowler and Willm Poplewell one Ewe and a lamb
Item I give and bequeath to Fraunces Huchynson son of Robert Hutchynson one Ewe and a lamb
Item I give and bequeath to Elyn Smyth one Ewe and a lamb
Item I give and bequeath to Jane Yates one Ewe and a lamb
Item I give and bequeath to Willm Pettinger servant to my son Fraunces ij s
Item I give and bequeath to Richard Tyndale my servant ij s
to Elizabeth\] Cootes/Cookes my servant xx d
To Katheryn Arnalde my servant xxd
To Peter Wannesley [?] my servant one ewe and a lamb
Item I will that every of my children or any others shall next and immediately after my decease upon the receipt of their legacies Seal and deliver to my Executors a general acquittance and Release as shall be thought good by my Executors for their child's part or portions or ---es I will that any such child or others not sealing and delivering such Acquytannces to have no part of any goods chattell or lands which I gave bequeathed to any of them by this my testament and last will
The Residue of all my goods and chattels not given willed nor bequeathed my debts and legacies paid and my Funeral expenses discharged I give will and bequeath them freely and wholly unto Davyd Poplewell and Fraunces Poplewell my sons whom I make my full Executors jointly together of this my present testament and last will I do ordain constitute and make Willm Broughton John Kytchyn Willm Glewe and Alexander Scott the elder of Belton aforesaid yeoman Supervisors and overseers of this my present Testament and last will And they to have their charges borne at all times in and about my business only
These being witnesses hereof that this is the very true testament and last will of me the aforesaid James Poplewell Willm Broughton / John Kytchen / Willm Glewe / Alexander Scott/ Robert Hutchenson / and John Brewer.

     Jane died before 27 November 1588 in Belton, LIN. An unknown person was buried on 27 November 1588 in Belton, LIN.

Jane Unknown (Squirrell)

     Jane Unknown (Squirrell) married George Squirrell, son of Jonathan Squirrell and Mary Gosling, before 1866 in Suffolk, England.

Children of Jane Unknown (Squirrell) and George Squirrell