Thomas W Shirley

( - 1915)
     Thomas W Shirley married Priscilla Lottie Bullett, daughter of Samuel Charles Bullett and Sarah Ann Kilburn, in 1911 in Waterloo district, New South Wales.
     Thomas died in 1915 in Redfern district, New South Wales.

Lydia Shirtley

( - before 9 March 1790)
     Lydia Shirtley married Captain James Denty on 18 July 1784 in St Helena.
     Lydia died before 9 March 1790 in St Helena. She was buried on 9 March 1790 in St Helena.

Children of Lydia Shirtley and Captain James Denty

Laura Jane Sholz

(10 January 1991 - 13 January 1991)
      I. Bethany Anne was born in Wodonga Vic 19/1/89. Laura Jane Sholz was born on 10 January 1991 in Wodonga, Victoria. She was the daughter of Joanne Michelle Ruby.
     Laura died on 13 January 1991 in New South Wales.

John Frederick Shoner

(1824 - )
     John Frederick Shoner was born in 1824. He was the son of Johann Friedrich Schonherr, a baker from Dresden..
John Frederick Shoner married Harriet Mary Cocksedge, daughter of James Cocksedge and Harriet Shearing, on 8 September 1854 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. They had 3 children: John Frederick, b 1854, Hrriet born 1856, James Chareles b 1862..

Esther Shore

     Esther Shore married Robert Milnes as his second wife, in 1766.

Gabriel Shore

(before 1667 - )
     Gabriel Shore was born before 1667. He was the son of Capt William Shore and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt.      
Gabriel Shore was a representative in 1689 for Fermanagh, Ireland.
Gabriel Shore served in the military in the British Army in 1699. Officers of Col. Abraham Creighton's late Regiment of Foot....Lieut. Gabriel Shore 2s. From: 'Warrants etc: August 1699, 26-31, Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15: 1699-1700 (1933), pp. 138-157. http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=832.

Harriet Shore

(1803 - 1878)
     Harriet Shore was born in 1803 in North Tawton, Devon.
Harriet Shore married Thomas Ruby, son of John Ruby and Margaret Gale, on 26 March 1826 in Sampford Courtenay, Devon.
Harriet Shore and Thomas Ruby were named on a removal order in 1827 in Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, Harriet his wife and Mary Ann their daughter, aged 6 months, to Inwardleigh from Sampford Courtney.
     Harriet Shore and Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1841 census in Cornish Park, Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, 36, ag lab, his wife Harriott, 35, with Mary 14, John 12, Thomas 10, Harriott 3, Elizabeth 30, Ann Arnell 13, inmate? (crossed through) all born in the county.
     Harriet Shore and Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1851 census in Chastys Cottage, Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, aged 46, ag. lab. born Inwardleigh, with his wife Harriet aged 47 born Inwardleigh, and children Harriet 14, Emanuel 7, and his sister Elizabeth aged 43, unmarried, all born at Inwardleigh and John Parker, a visitor, aged 30, unmarried, born Dolton, Devon.
     Harriet Shore and Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1861 census in Inwardleigh, Devon. Thomas Ruby, 57, ag. lab. and his wife Harriett, 58, both born Inwardleigh and their son Emmanuel 11, born Inwardleigh and a lodger John Rich, labourer, aged 67, born Okehampton. Harriet Shore was listed as Emanuel Ruby's mother in the 1871 census in Inwardleigh, Devon. Emanuel Ruby, head, 28, ag. lab, born Inwardleigh; his wife Mary Ann, 27, born Sampford Courtney; children John 5, William 4 months?, Dinah 7 and Eliza 2, all born at Inwardliegh & mother Harriet Ruby widow, aged 65, born Northawton, Devon.
     Harriet died in 1878 in Inwardleigh, Devon.

Children of Harriet Shore and Thomas Ruby

John Shore

     John Shore married Dorothy Steer, daughter of Henry Steer and Alice Unknown (Steer), on 22 June 1617 in Darley, Derbyshire. A Dorothe also married Ralph Wilgose in 1610, which Dorothy?.

Capt William Shore

( - circa 1668)
     Capt William Shore was also known as Magnus Schor in records.
     Anna Catherina Hamilton married thirdly Capt William Shore before 1667 in Ireland. He was a widower having been married to Ann Dockwra who died 22 Dec 1657. T1089/50 states that Capt William Shore married Anna Catherina, widow and relict of Lodowick Hamimlton, late Lord Baron of Leng in Sweden, dec'd .... they had a son Gabriel still living in 1677. William Shore being since dead, Anna Catherina is now married to James Somerwell of Tullykelter, gent.
He was called Magnus Schor in the Swedish pedigree.
Ball states: Captain Shore was connected with the County Fermanagh. His first wife was a daughter of Henry, Baron Dockwra, of Culmore; and Sir Henry Brooke, ancestor of the baronets of that name, who had married another daughter of Baron Dockwra, had also an interest in the house and demesne of Rathmines. On the death of his first wife, Captain Shore married the widow of Baron Lewis Hamilton, the brother of the first Lord Glenawley, and father of the distinguished defender of Enniskillen in the time of James II.
     William died circa 1668 in Ireland. Captain Shore's death occurred about 1668, and ten years later there were legal proceedings between his representatives and Thomas Radcliffe, the only son of Sir George Radcliffe, with regard to the lands of Rathmines.
A Thomas Shore was listed as paying hearth tas in 1665 & 1666 in Enniskillen.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt on 19 May 1670 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Child of Capt William Shore and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt

Mary Short

(before April 1790 - June 1851)
     Mary Short was born before April 1790 in Liskeard, Cornwall.
Mary Short married Simeon Ruby, son of Edward Ruby and Elizabeth Chapman, on 15 July 1811 in Maker, Cornwall.
     Mary Short and Simeon Ruby were recorded on the 1841 census in Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Simion Ruby, 50? Navy, Mary 50, Jane 15, Thomas 14, Emma? 12, none born in the county, Ellen 8, born in the county.
     Mary Short was recorded on the 1851 census in George St, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Mary Ruby, head, married, aged 61, housekeeper, born Liskeard, Cornwall with her daughters Elizabeth Strong, married, 32, seaman's wife, born Millbrook, Cornwall; Jane Ruby, 25, tailoress, born Millbrook and Ellen Ruby aged 17 tailoress, born East Stonehouse, Devon.
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1851 in East Stonehouse, Devon.

Children of Mary Short and Simeon Ruby

Margaret Shovelton

(1872 - 1945)
     Margaret Shovelton was born in 1872 in North Melbourne, Victoria.
Margaret Shovelton married Claud Albert Dobson, son of John Savage Dobson and Elizabeth Dick Dunbar, on 2 January 1891 in Melbourne, Victoria.
     Margaret died in 1945 in Northcote, Victoria.

Children of Margaret Shovelton and Claud Albert Dobson

Margaret Shover

     Margaret Shover married Richard Ruby on 6 February 1725 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon.

Children of Margaret Shover and Richard Ruby

Unknown Shrigley

     Unknown Shrigley married John Handcock, son of Sir William Handcock and Elizabeth Coddington.

Child of Unknown Shrigley and John Handcock

Nathan Longbotton Sidebottom

(1927 - 1985)
     Nathan Longbotton Sidebottom was born in 1927.
     Nathan died in 1985.

Thomasin Sidney

(circa 1581 - )
     Thomasin Sidney was born circa 1581 in Wrghton, Norfolk.
Thomasin Sidney married William Godolphin, son of Sir Francis Godolphin and Margaret Killigrew, circa 1604. They had Sir Francis Godolphin, KB, his heir (baptised 27 Dec 1605 London, died 22 Mar 1667); Sidney Godolphin (1610-1643), the poet; William Godolphin, who commanded a Royal regiment during the English Civil War; Penelope Godolphin (bp London 13 July 1607), who married Charles Berkeley, 2nd Viscount Fitzhardinge. Thomasin Sidney was buried on 24 April 1612 in Tavistock, Devon.

Ellen Sidon

(26 February 1881 - 20 September 1941)
     Ellen Sidon was also known as Helen Maud in records. As described on her memorial inscription. She was commonly known as Nellie. She was born on 26 February 1881 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Henry Francis & Mary.
Ellen Sidon married William Lawrence Hooper, son of John Rossi Hooper and Elizabeth Glover, on 9 July 1912 in New Zealand. They had no children..
     Ellen died on 20 September 1941 in New Zealand aged 60. Memorial inscription at the Northern Cemetery, Dunedin with her husband.

Susanna Armstrong Sigee

(circa 1833 - )
     Susanna Armstrong Sigee was also known as Sissey in records. She was born circa 1833. She was the daughter of Benjamin Sissey (Sigee?).
Susanna Armstrong Sigee married James Stancer, son of Jarvis Stancer and Mary Burnham, on 13 March 1854 in Sutton St Edmund, Lincolnshire.

Henry Foster Silcock

(before 1865 - )
     Henry Foster Silcock was commonly known as Hal. He was born before 1865.
Henry Foster Silcock married Ann Handy, daughter of Nicholas Middleton Handy and Frances Mary Greer, on 4 June 1891 in St George, Dublin, Ireland. Henry Foster Silcock, widower, of Bombay, Indian Civil Service, son of James Silcock, clerk in Holy Orders; to, Annie Greer Handy, single of Ballymakenny, daughter of Nicholas Middleton Handy, Esq. both of full age. Witnessed by Eliabeth Gamble Handy, & Margaret Johnston Hilcock.

Child of Henry Foster Silcock and Ann Handy

Mildred Silcock

(say 1892 - )
     Mildred Silcock was born say 1892. She was the daughter of Henry Foster Silcock and Ann Handy.

Edward Sill

     Edward Sill was born in Suffolk, England.
Edward Sill married Ann Bullett, daughter of Samuel Bullett and Jane Stearn, on 11 November 1815 in Euston, Suffolk.

Sarah Sillett?

(before April 1849 - )
     Sarah Sillett?'s birth was registered in the quarter ending before April 1849 in Finningham, Suffolk.
The marriage of Sarah Sillett? and William Cocksedge, son of Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Ann Poole, was registered in Hartismere RD, Suffolk, in the December 1868 quarter.
     Sarah Sillett? and William Cocksedge were recorded on the 1871 census in East Ardsley, Yorkshire. Next door to Thomas & Mary Ann was their likely son, William 25, coal pit labourer, born Woolpit & his wife, Sarah Cocksedge aged 22, born Finningham and their daughter Mary M aged 2, born Finningham.

Child of Sarah Sillett? and William Cocksedge

Frederick Charles Sillito

(23 February 1889 - 30 March 1978)
     Frederick Charles Sillito was born on 23 February 1889 in Market Drayton, Shropshire.
Frederick Charles Sillito married Violet Eugene Harris, daughter of John Tyack Harris and Elizabeth Anne Ross, in April 1920.
     Frederick died on 30 March 1978 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, aged 89.

Lily Rose Silva

( - October 1969)
     Lily Rose Silva married Albert George Devonshire, son of Walter George Devonshire and Charlotte Marion Sedunary, circa 1951.
     Lily died in October 1969.

Elizabeth Silver

(before 1625 - before December 1649)
     Elizabeth Silver was born before 1625.
Elizabeth Silver married William Cocksedge, son of Richard Cocksedge and Barbara Miles, on 28 August 1643 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth died before December 1649 in Rougham, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Silver and William Cocksedge

Ellen K Silverside

     Ellen K Silverside married Albert Victor Minter, son of Arthur Minter and Julia Elizabeth Cocksedge, in 1918 in West Ham, Middlesex.

Children of Ellen K Silverside and Albert Victor Minter

Alice Silvester

(25 March 1653 - )
     Alice Silvester was christened on 25 March 1653 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Silvester and Eleanor or Ellen Unknown (Silvester).
Alice Silvester married William Bagshaw in September 1674 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.

Ann Silvester

(28 January 1665 - )
     Ann Silvester was christened on 28 January 1665 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Silvester and Eleanor or Ellen Unknown (Silvester).
Ann Silvester married Joseph Taylor on 17 May 1683 in Bradfield, YKS.

Anne Silvester

(23 March 1650 - before 11 August 1711)
     Anne Silvester was christened on 23 March 1650 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Silvester and Eleanor or Ellen Unknown (Silvester). Anne Silvester was christened on 29 January 1665 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.
     In Thomas Silvester's will dated 17 August 1679 in Ecclesfield, Anne Silvester was named as heir.
She was mentioned in her brother's will dated Nov 1696 as being a servant to his daughter (Elizabeth Freeman). But his implies that Edward is the son of Thomas ... which appears not to be so.
     Anne Silvester was mentioned in the will of Henry Silvester dated 5 March 1707/8.
     Anne died before 11 August 1711 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. She was buried on 11 August 1711 in Ecclesfield.
     Anne Silvester made a will dated 14 August 1711. Mrs Anne Silvester, spinster, sister to John Silvester of Burthwaite, left among other things the income of two hundred pounds to be given and distributed yearly some time before Easter, at the discretion of the Trustees to the Poor house-keepers within Greno Firth or Quarter, and that the income of the residue or remainder, be it more or less, be employed in putting forth of poor children belonging to the abovesaid Firth or Quarter to trades, the Vicar of Ecclesfield for the time being to be always a Trustree, and the rest to be nominated by my executor John Silvester, of Burthwaite, in the parish of Darton, co. York. The "residue or remainder" was about 100 pounds and the whole of Mrs Silvester's bequest to the parish was laid out in purchasing a farm at Whitley.

Edward Silvester

(before 1570 - 1623)
     Edward Silvester was born before 1570. He was the son of Robert Silvester and Elizabeth Unknown (Silvester). He was a churchwarden in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, between 1591 and 1615.
Edward Silvester married Anne Smith on 5 August 1593 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.
Edward Silvester married secondly Lucy Oxspring on 29 January 1598/99 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. Edward Silvester was a church member in 1616 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was feoffee of the local church.
     Edward died in 1623 in High Green, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.
A footnote on p.24 of Gatty's Registers of Ecclesfield states that he was of High Green, in this parish. He was churchwarden for Grenofirth district in the years 1594 and 1615, and ffeofee in 1616. He was married twice.      Eastwood, in his History of Ecclesfield p.299, states that the Mortomley Lane End Hospital was founded by Edward Sylvester, of the Tower of London, Esq. who in April 21st 1693, conveyed for a term of 6000 years, certain lands at Womersley, in the county of York, to John Parkin, of Mortomley, Nicholas Sylvester, and John Allen in trust for the use of the Poor of Ecclesfield, to build for them an hospital as above described, and to pay thirty shillings a year to each of the occupants, or more if the estate produced more. Mr Nicholas Sylvester [died Sep 20, 1702] was to have the patronage during his life, and then the Vicar and Churchwardens of Ecclesfield (who were thenceforth to act as trustees), or any two of them, the Vicar being always one, to have the nomination.
The land at Womersley was sold in 1718 (the writings were signed at Barnsley Oct 3 1718, and registered at Wakefield) to Mr Tobiah Harvey, of Womersley, for 580/- ...
     Eastwood, p.300, states that a family of Silvester resided somewhere about High Green or Chapel Town, and the name occurs frequently in the parish records, the earliest being Robert Sylvester buried 1583, Edward Silvester, churchwarden in 1594, feoffee in 1616. The latter was described in the parish register as "of Hyegrene' in September 1599. A tombstone near the S E door of the church records the deaths of several members of the family: Thos: Silvester of Chapeltown, bur: Aug 21 1679; Eleanor his wife May 20 1669, Children by her, Mary bur 1668, Nicholas Sep 26 1702, Ann Aug 11, 1711. Mary wife of Nicholas Silvester July 4th 1702. Mary 2nd wife of Thos: Silvester Feb 15th 1679; by whom he had Hannah, bur. Oct 3 1677; Elizabeth March 20th 1682; Martha April 6 1683.

Children of Edward Silvester and Lucy Oxspring

Edward Silvester

(circa 1627? - before 23 January 1697)
     Edward Silvester was born circa 1627? In Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Unknown (Edward?) Silvester.
Edward Silvester married Jane Walker on 20 November 1665 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. This is only speculation based on place and date.
     Edward Silvester made a will dated 14 November 1696 in London. His will mentions his manor, lordship & advowson of Warnford in Southampton which he leaves to his grandson George Freeman. He mentions his granddaughter Elizabeth Freeman and grandson Francis Freeman. He also mentions his sister Elizabeth Allen, his sister Sarah Clay, his cousin Priscilla Smith, his cousin Sculthorpe's children, his cousins Anne Silvester, the widow of William Silvester, Henry Silvester, John Silvester, Thomas Silvester & Sarah his wife, his godson Edward Silvester the son of the sd Thomas, his cousin Edward Silvester and his godson Edward Silvester son of the said Edward Silvester... Thomas Gilbert, his daughter Elizabeth Freeman

I Edward Silvester of London Esquire being at present indisposed as to the health of body but of sound and perfect mind and memory ...
Item I give devise and bequeath all that my manor or Lordship of Warnford with the rights members land appurtenances thereof in the County of Southampton and all that the advowson of the rectory of Warnford aforesaid and also all and singular my farms messuages lands closes mills tenements rents and hereditaments whatsoever situate lying and being within the manor towns parishes hamlets and fields of Warnford Homer and Preeshaw Westmeon Eastmeon Riplington Westberry and Peake or any of them or elsewhere within the said county of Southampton and every part and parcel thereof with their and every of their appurtenances unto my grandson George Freeman and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten and for default of such issue to my granddaughter Elizabeth Freeman and to the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten and for default of such issue to my grandson Francis Freeman and to the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten and for default of such issue to the right heirs of me the said Edward Silvester forever
Item I give devise and bequeath all those my messuages or tenements and farms and the several closes lands tenements and hereditaments thereunto belonging situate lying and being in the several parishes of Bray and Binfeild [in the County of Berks which are or late were in the several tenures or occupations of Robert Winch and Richard Pow-ey their under tenants or assigns and all and singular other my messuages lands tenements and hereditaments whatsoever situate lying and being in the said parishes of Bray and Binfeild] aforesaid or elsewhere in the county of Berks aforesaid and every part and parcel thereof with their and every of their appurtenances unto my said granddaughter Elizabeth Freeman and to the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten and for default of such issue to my said grandson George Freeman and to the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten and for default of such issue to my grandson Francis Freeman and to the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten and for default of such issue to the right heirs of me the said Edward Silvester for ever
Item I give and bequeath unto my said Grandson Francis Freeman the sum of one hundred pounds of lawful money of England
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving sister Elizabeth Allen one annuity or yearly sum of twenty pounds of lawful money of England for and during the termed of her natural life to be paid unto her at two the most usual feasts or days of payment in the year...
Item I give and bequeath unto my sister Sarah Clay the sum of five pounds of lawful money of England
Item I give and bequeath unto my cousin Priscilla Smith the sum of five pounds of like money
Item I give and bequeath unto my cousin Skalthorps two children the sum of five pounds apiece of apiece money of England and to Love Sculthorpe the further sum of five pounds for mourning Item I give and bequeath unto my loving cousin Anne Silvester the sum of five pounds of lawful money of England and the further sum of six pounds for mourning Item I further give and bequeath unto my said cousin Anne Silvester the sum of one hundred pounds of lawful money of England which is owing to me by bond from John Silvester and the widow of William Silvester deceased in case she serves out her seven years in my daughters service
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving cousin Henry Silvester the sum of twenty pounds of lawful money of England and the further sum of seven pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving cousin John Silvester whom I intend to make one of my Executors the sum of threescore pounds of lawful money of England in consideration of his care and pains in the Execution of this my Will and in the management of my daughters affairs and in the business incident thereunto and I further give and bequeath unto my said cousin John Silvester the sum of ten pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving cousin Thomas Silvester whom I intend to make one other of my Executors the sum of threescore pounds of lawful money of England in consideration of his care and pains in the Execution of this my Will and in the affairs of my said daughter and in business incident thereunto and I further give and bequeath unto my said cousin Thomas Silvester and Sarah his wife the sum of fifteen pounds apiece of lawful money of England And I further give unto my said cousin Thomas Silvester the further sum of twenty pounds for mourning for himself his wife and children and to my godson Edward Silvester son of my said cousin Thomas Silvester the sum of twenty pounds of like money
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving cousin Edward Silvester the sum of twenty pounds of lawful money ^ [of] England and to my godson Edward Silvester son of my said cousin Edward Silvester the sum of twenty pounds of like money And I further give to my said cousin Edward Silvester twelve pounds for mourning for himself his wife and children
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving friend Mr Edward Hubbert the sum of ten pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto [my loving friend] Thomas Gilbert of Bredstreete Hill London Scrivener the like sum of ten pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving friend John Midgley Scrivener the sum of ten pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto my loving friend Mr William Pellatt the sum of ten pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto my said daughter Elizabeth Freeman the sum of twenty pounds for mourning
Item I give and bequeath unto my said three grandchildren Francis Freeman George Freeman and Elizabeth Freeman the sum of ten pounds apiece for mourning
Item I make and ordain my said loving cousins John Silvester and Thomas Silvester and my loving friends Edward Hubbert and Thomas Gilbert Joint Executors of this my last Will and Testament and I give to the said Edward Hubbert and Thomas Gilbert for their care and pains therein to be taken the sum of ten pounds apiece of lawful money of England ever and besides the mourning before to them and I do hereby request and desire all my said Executors to have a tender regard to my said daughter and her children and to be aiding and assisting to her and them in the management of their Estates and in the disposing of their persons And to that end I do hereby make and constitute my said Executors Guardians of my said grandchildren
Item I do will and appoint that the said rest and residue of all and singular my goods chattels debts to me owing ready money and estate whatsoever ( my debts due unto others my legacies herein before bequeathed and my funeral charges being thereout first defalked and discharged) I Will and appoint shall be divided re---ed into four equal parts or shares one fourth part whereof I give and bequeath unto my said loving grandson George Freeman to be delivered to him at the age of one and twenty years
And the other three fourth parts residue there of I give and bequeath unto my said loving granddaughter Elizabeth Freeman to be delivered her at her age of one and twenty years or day of marriage (which shall first happen) and I will and appoint that if my said grandson George Freeman shall happen to die before he shall attain the said age of one and twenty years or if my said Granddaughter Elizabeth Freeman shall happen to die before the said age and before her marriage that then the part share legacy and portion of him and her so dying shall go and be paid to the survivor of the them the said grandchildren and to my said grandson Francis Freeman provided always and I do hereby will devise declare and appoint that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said John Silvester and Thomas Silvester Edward Hubbert [and Thomas Gilbert] any or either of them and the survivors and survivor of them and the Executors and Administrators of the survivor of them at any time or times during so long time as either of them or any of my said grandchildren shall be under the age of one and twenty years and shall be unmarried to tend and put forth all or any part of my said estate which shall come to their or either of their hands and shall be belonging to such grandchild or grandchildren as shall be so under age and unmarried at interest upon security or securities to bee taken in the names of the said John Silvester Thomas Silvester Edward Hubbert and Thomas Gilbert or any of them or of the Executors or Administrators of the survivor of them and the interest and proceed thereof to go and be applied for and towards the maintenance and education of my said grandchildren according to their respective interests if my said Executors shall so think fit or otherwise for the increase of their said legacies or portions provided also ... In Witness whereof I the said Edward Silvester have to this my last Will and Testament contained in one skin of parchment and this piece of skin set my hand and seal the day and year first above written Edward Silvester Signed sealed published and declared by the within named Edward Silvester the Testator in our presence and subscribed and attested by us in his presence the nineteenth day of November one thousand six hundred ninety six Elizabeth Harvey John Midgley scrivener Phi: Hawys his servant.

     Edward died before 23 January 1697 in London.
     His will was proved on 23 January 1697 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved by the oath of John Silvester, one of the executors however, reserved was the power of like administration to be made to to Thomas Silvester, Edward Hubbart also Hubbald and Thomas Gilbert the other executors when they come or the other of them comes seeking the same.

Child of Edward Silvester and Jane Walker