1602 through 1691
I have abstracted all of the following wills myself. I have tried to be as accurate as possible, but some of the wills are hard to read, and I may have made mistakes. If you see a will that you need for documentation of one of your lines, you should obtain a copy of the original. See my Cornish Probate Guide for help on this.
Banfel, Baylie, Bennatt, Bennatt als. Cerrow, Benner, Bossavern, Browne, Bryant, Gilbart, Harry, James als. Penbirthy, Nennis, Nicholas/Nicholls, Nicholas als. Trevorow, Noye, Pascus, Paull, Pawley, Payne, Paynter, Pearce, Penhellick, Penlease, Penrose, Pentier, Perrot, Perrow, Perry, Polkinhorne, Pormeer, Potter, Richards, Richards als. Boskinning, Roberts, Rodda, Rowe, Russell, Saundry, Sparnon, Stevens, Streeke, Sweete, Thomas, Wallish, Weadge, White, Williams, Wolcock.
THOMAS BANFEL of Gulval written: 24 Mar 1669/70 proved: 17 Sep 1670 son: WILLIAM BANFEL 6 d. son: RICHARD BANFEL 6 d. son: FRANCIS BANFEL 6 d. daughter: CHESTON 6 d. daughter: MARYE the elder 6 d. daughter: ELIZABETH 6 d. daughters: MARYE the younger and ALCE all the rest & executrixes Thomas "+" Banfel witnesses: WILLIAM MULFRA, JAMES "+" GELBART, JOHN CAROWES AP/B/1607 ++++++++++ JANE BAYLIE of St. Ives, widow written: 25 Jun 1663 proved: 5 July 1664 eldest son: JOHN BARBAR 1 feather bed over the kitchen; all the rest & executor son: RICHARD BARBAR 1 pair of cotten blankets son: STEVEN BARBAR 1 pair of cotten blankets, 1 brass pan daughter: AVISE w/o JOHN LANDER of St. Ives 1 cotten board cloth Jane ( ) Baylie witnesses: RI HICKS, JOSEPH HICKS, HONOR BARBAR Inventory taken 10 April 1664 by RICHARD HICKS and GEORGE HICKS AP/B/1402 ++++++++++ BENNATT BENNATT alias CERROW of Uny Lelant Admon granted 29 October 1666 to JAMES BENNATT als. CERROW Senr., son of the deceased. Bond by the said JAMES BENNATT Senr., yeoman of Lelant and JAMES BENNATT als. CERROW Junr. of Lelant. Inventory taken 27 October 1666 by RICHARD VEALE and GEORGE TREWEEKE. Mentions that the deceased died on 19? December 1657. Mentions tin bounds in Lelant and Towednack. Account dated November 1667 mentions money paid for the funeral of MARGARET relict of the deceased. Named in the account are JAMES the son and administrator, (JAMES) BENNATTS junior, and WILLIAM BENNATTS, children of the deceased; named later are WILLIAM BENNATTS and GRACE BENNATTS, relationship unknown. AP/B/1458 & 1497 ++++++++++ HUGH BENNETT of St. Just Admon granted 29 May 1661 to ELIZABETH BENNETT of St. Just, relict of the deceased. Bond by the said ELIZABETH and WILLIAM EDWARDS, yeoman. Inventory taken 8 April 1661 by SAMPSON SHAKERLY, JOHN EDWARD and WILLIAM EDWARD all of St. Just. AP/B/1317 ++++++++++ JOHN BENNER of Penzance Admon granted 23 February 1662/3 to REBECCA BENNER widow of the deceased. Bond by the said REBECCA and SOLOMAN BENNER of Penzance. AP/B/1376 ++++++++++ GAVREGAN BOSSAVERN of Gwinear, gent written: 8 May 1662 proved: 2 Jun 1663 2 children: WILLMOT & MARY (under age 22) 40 pounds each from the tent. held of JOHN SYNTAWBEN Esq., called Scatterbedurn in Gwinear for 99 years the lives being me the said GAVREGAN, JANE my wife and FRANCIS GODOLPHIN s/o ANTHONY GODOLPHIN, gent, deceased wife: JANE BOSSAVERN all the rest & executrix overseer: brother-in-law THOMAS PENROSE of Feock, gent Gavre Bossovarne witness: CHARLES YOUNG Inventory taken 22 May 1662 by WILLIAM TREWREN, gent. and RICHARD EVA AP/B/1387 ++++++++++ UDY BROWNE of Illogan, yeoman written: 14 Nov 1660 proved: 9 Oct 1661 poor of Illogan 13 sh. 4 d. poor of Redruth 13 sh. 4 d. daughter: PRUDENCE BROWNE 30 pounds 3 sons: ALEXANDER BROWNE, REMFRA BROWNE, WILLIAM BROWNE (all married & being gone from me, and having their portions formerly) 1 sh. each other 3 sons: RICHARD BROWNE, JOHN BROWNE, GEORGE BROWNE (all single and living in my house) all my tin bounds to be divided equally; all the rest & executors Udy "X" Browne witnesses: J. COLLINS clerk, GEORGE "P" POLKINGHORN Inventory taken 11? October 1661 by RICHARD ANGOVE Senr. and RICHARD ANGOVE Junr. AP/B/1328 ++++++++++ ALICE BRYANT of Camborne, widow of ROBERT BRYANT written: not dated (nuncupative) proved: 21 Aug 1662 only 1 son and 1 daughter to have the tent of Tolkarne equally between them; the household goods and the stock witnesses: RICHARD PENDARVES, JOHN EVA, WILLIAM COTH, RICHARD HUMPHRIES Inventory taken 19 August 1662 by JOHN EVA and WM. COTH. JOHNSON BRYANT and JANE BRYANT the children invited the neighbors to make a division of goods on 25 November 1654. AP/B/1359 ++++++++++ ROBERT BRYANT of Camborne Admon granted 12 June 1661 to JOHNSON BRYANT, son of the deceased. Bond by the said JOHNSON and WALTER BRYANT of Helston. Inventory (not dated) taken by ALEXANDER BRYANT and JOHN BRYANT. AP/B/1329 ++++++++++ RICHARD GILBART of Gulval, husbandman written: 1 May 1639 proved: 25 Jun 1639 mother: ENGLISH GILBART 2 kine & a calf; 10 sheepe; 1/2 the corn in the ground, etc. brother: WILLIAM GILBART best cloak & doublet MARGERIE & THAMISEN dd/o brother WILLIAM GILBART 1 ewe & lamb between them ENGLISH, MARGERIE & THAMISEN 4 oxen between them called Hanke & Tender, Speedwell & Mearige sister: JOAN w/o JONATHON CALAMAY 1 ewe & lamb JONATHON CALAMAY's children 1 sheep each JONATHON CALAMAY a jerkin, a petticoat, & 2 pair of breecehes sister MARY & her children 2 sheep sister: ELIZABETH 1 kine that is with JOHN SAMPSON sister: MARGARET 1 kine that is with GEORGE BLUETT brother-in-law JONATHON STREKE's children 1 lamb each nephew: JOHN LUNCY 1 ewe & lamb & 1 heifer wife: MARGERY rest & executrix parish of Gulval 1 sheep Richard ( ) Gilbert witnesses: SAMUELL ( ) GILBERT, WILLIAM ( ) GILBERT, CIPRIAN ( ) LANYNE, WALTER PIPER Bond on 25 January 1639/40 by WILLIAM GILBERT of Gulval & JOHN LARABYE. WILLIAM GILBERT to be executor during the minority of MARGERY & THAMISEN his children. Inventory taken 25 May 1639 by RICHARD PAWLY, SAMUELL GILBERT, WILLIAM GILBERT & CIPRIAN LANYNE. AP/G/453 ++++++++++ HANNIBALL HARRY of Morvah, yeoman written: 18 Nov 1690 proved: 9 May 1691 son: EDMOND 1 heifer of 12 months old son: HANNIBALL the brown steer daughter: JANE the red heifer, 3 pounds, a little crock daughter: BLANCH 5 pounds grandson: JOHN HARRY 1 sh. son: RICHARD HARRY the tent. in Terndan | all the rest son: WILLIAM HARRY the tent. in Ternenan | & executors Haniball Harye witnesses: RICHARD TREMBATH Jr., THOMAS YEES, WILLIAM "R" TREMBATH Inventory taken 24 February 1690/1 by THOMAS NICHOLAS and RICHARD TREMBATH AP/H/2336 ++++++++++ AGNES JAMES alias PENBIRTHY of St. Hilary Admon granted 17 June 1640 to SARA w/o RICHARD LOWREY, daughter of the deceased. Bond by RICHARD LOWREY of St. Hilary, yeoman, and THOMAS BECKELEGGE of Maddern, yeoman. Inventory taken 1 June 1640 by HUMPHERY MILLETT and WILLIAM CHILWILL. AP/P/774 ++++++++++ EDWARD NENYS of Madron (very torn & fragmented) written: 13 Jul ____ proved: __ Nov 1602 church of Maddern 1 cow wife: JANE my mare, cow, best pan, best crock, bedstead etc. mentions: barley, wheat & oats son: WILLIAM a heifer, 1 colt, 2nd best pan, 2nd best crock; all the rest & executor mentions: "my children" mentions: lease in Gweal higher & Gweal lower daughter: ELIAZBETH __ daughter: ALICE a cow | the olde house daughter: ANN a heifer | between them ELIZABETH, ALCE & AGNES 3 small panns daughter: LETHAWE one cow her daughter MARYE 1 cow & lamb ROBIN ROPER a black mare no signature witnesses: THOMAS CHINALLS, JOHN CHINALLS, THOMAS PETER & others Inventory taken __ July ____; appraisers names torn & unreadable AP/N/4 ++++++++++ JOHN NENNIS of Perranuthnoe Admon granted 21 June 1661 to ALEXANDER BOLITHOE of Helston and JOHN POLKINGHORNE of St. Hillary. Bond by the same. Inventory taken 10 June 1611 by DAVEY TYRELL & WILLIAM CHYGWINE AP/N/55 ++++++++++ RICHARD NENNYS of Perranuthnoe Admon granted 25 February 1661/2 to GRACE NENNYS, relict of the deceased. Bond by the said GRACE and RICHARD CORNISH, farmer. Inventory taken 5 July 1661 by JOHN FAVELL, RALPH FRETHY, THOMAS CORNYSH & WILLIAM ROWE. AP/N/237 ++++++++++ THOMAS NENYS of Gulval Admon granted 16 November 1632 to SIBELL NENYS, relict of the deceased. Bond by the said SIBELL and GEORGE NENYS of Towwenocke. Inventory tken 8 October 1632 by THOMAS SAMPSON, GEORGE NENYS & WILLIAM ALEXANDER als. SAUNDREY. AP/N/165 ++++++++++ THOMAS NENYS of St. Hilary, yeoman written: 30 Jan 1667/8 proved: 14 May 1668 poor of St. Hilary 20 sh. 3 elder sons (not named) 1/2 tent. where I dwell according to the intent & promise made in marriage & articles of agreement of my father & mother-in-law ALISON ROW; also 2 marks apiece 4 younger children (not named) 20 pounds apiece (all children are under age 21) wife: ELIZABETH all the rest & executrix Thomas Nennis witnesses: WILLIAM ORCAHRD, JOHN ( ) ROW, SAMUELL STEVENS Inventory taken 12 February 1667/8 by JOHN ROW of Breage, WILLIAM NINNYS Sr., and SAMUELL STEVENS AP/N/269 ++++++++++ WILLIAM NENNIS of Perranuthnoe, yeoman written: 25 Mar 1664 proved: 2 Jun 1664 wife: JANE to be maintained by the executor son: WILLIAM NENNIS & each of his children 5 sh. apiece son: RICHARD NENNIS tent. of Goulsening & Badcock's lands; 50 pounds son: THOMAS NENNIS 5 sh. his children 12 d. apiece daughter: MARY BONE 5 sh. her children 12 d. apiece son-in-law: MICHELL DELARAGITTO 40 sh. his daughter ELENOR DELARAGITTO 20 sh. when married MICHELL DELARAGITTO the younger 10 pounds when age 21 WILLIAM & JOHN DELARAGITTO ss/o MICHELL DELARAGITTO 5 pounds apiece when age 21 brother: JAMES NENNIS 2 sh. his children 12 d. apiece brother: THOMAS NENNIS to be maintained for life sister-in-law: RECHOW HAYNE, widow 10 sh. yearly cousin: ELIZABETH COLLINS 5 sh. cousin: RICHARD WILLIAM's children 1 ewe apiece godchildren 12 d. apiece servants 5 sh. apiece THOMAS TYAG of Penzance 1 heifer with her calf his wife & children 40 sh. apiece the singers at my funeral 10 sh. poor of Perranuthnoe 10 sh., and 5 sh. yearly for 7 years poor of Marazion 10 sh., and 5 sh. yearly for 7 years son: DAVID NENNIS all the rest & executor William ( ) Nennis witnesses: CHRISTOPHER COCK, PHILLIP ARTER, THO: TYAG, HONOR WILKINGS Inventory taken by CHRISTOPHER COCK, RALPH FRETHY, THOMAS NENIS, THOMAS TYAG. States the deceased died on 5 May 1664. AP/N/250 ++++++++++ WILLIAM NENNIS of Perranuthnoe, husbandman written: 31 May 1669 proved: 11 Apr 1684 son: DAVID NINIS 5 sh. daughter: JANE NINIS 5 sh. daughter: MARY NINIS 5 sh. wife: JANE all the rest & executrix William Nenis witnesses: THOMAS WILLIAMS Inventory taken 4 April 1684 by HENERY DANYER and DAVID NENIS AP/N/354 ++++++++++ JOHN NICHOLLS of Phillack, yeoman written: 3 Jan 1660/1 proved: 5 Feb 1660/1 poor of Phillack 5 sh. wife: MARGERY 1 bed & bedstead which her father gave her; 40 sh. a year; 4 sheep daughter: ALSE 22 pounds when age 30 or married daughter: JUDITH 28 pounds when age 30 or married son: RICHARD 6 d. son: GRIGORY 6 d. daughter: ANN 6 d. grandson: JAMES 6 d. granddaughter: MARIE 6 d. son: JAMES all the rest & executor John ( ) Nicholls witness: RICHARD NICHALS Inventory taken 24 January 1660/1 by THOMAS OLIVER of Breage, yeoman and RICHARD NICHALS of Crowan, weaver. AP/N/229 ++++++++++ RICHARD NICHOLAS of St. Ives Admon granted 28 May 1670 to AMYE NICHOLAS of St. Ives, relict of the deceased. Bond by the said AMYE and ARTHUR EDWARDS of Lelant. Inventory taken 4 April 1670 by GEORGE HAMMOND, merchant, ARTHUR EDWARDS, gent. and THOMAS THURLEBY, fuller. AP/N/276 ++++++++++ SISLY NICHOLLS of Morvah, widow written: not given proved: 3 Jun 1664 parish of Morvah 1 sh. daughter: SISLY __ MADDERN TREMBAY's children 1 sh. apiece THOMAS NICHOLAS' children 1 sh. apiece sister: THAMSON 1 __ FLORENCE' child 1 sh. RICHARD TREMBAY's child 1 sh. HANNIBALL HARRY's children 1 sh. between them son-in-law: MADDERN TREMBAY all the rest & executor Sicsly ( ) Nicholls witness: RICHARD TREMBAY Inventory taken ?? ??? 1664 by RICHARD TREMBAY. AP/N/252 ++++++++++ THOMAS NICLES of Illogan, husbandman written: 16 February 1613/4 proved: 17 Mar 1613/4 poor of Illogan 5 sh. JANE, MARGARET, ANNES & CATHEREN dd/o ALEXANDER POLKINHORNE 20 sh. between them ELIZABETH d/o ALEXANDER JAMES 1 cow & 3 ewes MARGERIE JAMES 30 sh. JOHN JAMES s/o ALEXANDER JAMES 3 ewes STEPHEN NICLES' children 6 d. each PEERCE NICLES' children 6 d. each JOHN DAVYE of Michell a lamb, mare, 2 ewes & a suit of clothes MARGERIE d/o JOHN DIGORIE 10 sh. JOHN DIGORIE & his children 2 sh. ALEXANDER JAMES 4 d. god-daughter: ELIZABETH HARRYE 3 sh. 4 d. Mr. JOHN TONKIN's children 18 d. each ELIZABETH PEERCE 12 d. wife: JOANE NICLES all the rest & executrix overseers: EDWARD COLLINS, clerk & Mr. JOHN TWIGGS? no signature witnesses: EL: ???, JOHN TWIGGS? Inventory taken 23 February 1613/4 by ALEXANDER JAMES & RICHARD HARRYE both of Illogan. AP/N/64 ++++++++++ WILLIAM NICHOLAS als. TREVOROW of Ludgvan written: 17 Jan 1603/4 proved: 5 May 1604 church of Ludgvan 5 sh. poor of Ludgvan 5 sh. parson of Ludgvan 5 sh. godchildren 12 d. apiece brother: JOHN NICHOLAS a black heifer of 2 years son: EDMOND heifer calf daughter: JOANE a cow daughter: JENNY a heifer daughter: CHANTY a heifer son: JOHN a ewe son: THOMAS 4 sheep that are with JOHN GEORGE wife & children all the rest & executors overseers: MYCHELL SPARNON & JOHN POLEGREN of Ludgvan & RICHARD GUYE of Morvah no signature witnesses: NYCHOLES HEWES, GEORGE HUTCHYNS, MYCHAEL SPARNAN Inventory taken 30 Apr 1604 by JOHN ADAMS of St. Just, MICHAELL SPURNON, JOHN POLGREN & PETER NICHOLAS als TREVORRA of Ludgvan AP/N/14 ++++++++++ WILLIAM NICHOLLS of Madron, gent written: not dated proved: 3 Dec 1646 poor of Madron vicar of Madron wife: JANE Chygolas in Trewiss held of Mr. Seyntaubin sons: WILLIAM, JOHN, NICHOLAS & ROBERT 20 pounds to put them to trades or apprenticeships with the approval of WILLIAM GODOLLPHYN Esquire or RICHARD KEYGWYN, gent. mother: ELIZABETH eldest son: WILLIAM daughter: PHILLIPP 20 pounds daughter: DORYTY 20 pounds wife JANE all the rest & executrix overseers: WILLIAM GODOLLPHYN of Trewarventh Esquire & RICHARD KEYGWYN gent. no signature or witnesses memorandum-- mentions grandfather _______ Nicholls grant unto WILLIAM my father and ELIZABETH my mother; mentions: "I was marryed to JANE GODOLLPHYN"; mentions indenture of uncle FLEMMYNGE. Inventory taken 7 October? 1644 by NICHOLAS FLEMMYNGE, RICHARD KEYGWWEN, gents & THOMAS OLEVYER, yeoman. AP/N/219 ++++++++++ JOHANE NOYE of Sancreed, widow written: 26 Jun 1605 proved: 4 Sep 1606 parish of Sancreed 1 ewe sheep parish of Maddern 12 d. for forgotten tithes 1 ewe sheep son: WILLIAM NOYE best brass pan of 5 gallons, 2 tin platters, 2 milche cows, 1 heifer, 2 silver spoons, 3 ewes, 3 wethers daughter: MARGARET my Irish rug, 2 silver spoons WILLIAM NOYE's 3 children 12 d. apiece MARTEN HARRY's 3 children 12 d. apiece daughter: JOHANE 1 ewe, 1 wether, 2 silver spoons, a coser, a latte?, & my best petticoat ELIZABETH HOSKEN 1 ewe sheep WILLYAM HOSKEN's children 1 ewe lamb RICHARD HOSKEN's children 1 ewe lamb poor children of Sancreed 3 pounds of wool RICHARD HOSKEN 3 pounds of my best wool WILLIAM HOSKEN 1 ewe lamb JOHANE LANYON 1 heifer & her calf SAMPSON LANYONE all the rest & executor Johane ( ) Noye witnesses: RICHARD PARKEAGE, clerk, RICHARD ( ) HOSKEN, JOHN ( ) NANGILLIAN, RICHARD BREACHE Inventory taken 31 August 1606 by JOHN LANYON, gent, SAMPSON NOYE, WILLIAM LANYON & RICHARD BREACHE AP/N/26 ++++++++++ SAMPSON NOYE of Madron written: 20 Dec 1633 proved: 5 Mar 1640/1 poor of Maddern 20 sh. son: THOMAS tent of Trewren for 2 lives, held of REYNOLD MOHUN son: GEORGE NOYE 12 marks son: RICHARD NOYE 12 marks daughters: MARGARET & GRACE NOYE 20 pounds each SAMPSON s/o THOMAS MORISH 1 heifer NOYE s/o MADDERN CHAMPION 1 heifer son: WILLIAM NOYE 1 heifer grandchildren a ewe apiece AMY NEWTON, CHESTEN w/o MADDERN CHAMPION, ELIZABETH w/o THOMAS MORISH a ewe each wife: ANN NOYE | all the rest son: WALTER NOYE | & executors Sampsons Noye witnesses: JOHANIAN KETE, ROBERT TREWREN Inventory taken 16 February 1640/1 by FRANCIS LANYON, gent & RICHARD CARDEW yeoman AP/N/193 ++++++++++ THOMAS NOYE of Madron, yeoman written: not dated proved: 26 Apr 1643 son: SAMPSON NOYE living of Trewren during the life of WALTER NOYE, paying the said Walter 13 pounds, 6 sh., 8 d. poor of Madron 5 sh. church of Madron 5 sh. wife: ELIZABETH NOYE halfendeale of BussalParke during the life of ANN NOYE daughter: ANN NOYE 13 pounds, 6 sh., 8 d. NOYE CHAMPION 1 heifer sister: CHESTEN CHAMPION & her children a ewe sheep apiece godchildren 6 d. apiece ELIZABETH LOWRY, widow 6 d. wife ELIZABETH & son SAMPSON all the rest & executors Thomas ( ) Noye witness: ROBERT TREWREN Admon granted 27 April 1643 to ELIZABETH NOYE, relict of the deceased, the son SAMPSON being in his minority. Bond by GEORGE NOYE of Madron. No inventory. AP/N/207 ++++++++++ THOMAS PASCUS of Lelant, husbandman writen: 20 Sep 1665 proved: 7 Feb 1666/7 brother: STEPHEN PASCUS best suit of wearing apparel; a little house & croft of land of 1/2 acre, part of the tent. of Enwerthen brother-in-law: JOHN LEANE best wearing coat sister: MARGERY SANDOWE, widow 1 ewe sheep only child: CHESTON PASCUS all the rest & executrix overseers: friends RICHARD THOMAS & JOHN LEANE Thomas "+" Pascus witnesses: THOMAS ( ) HARRY, JOHN ( ) HARRY Inventory taken 29 January 1665/6 by RICHARD THOMAS, WILLIAM PENBERTHY and JOHN PENBERTHY AP/P/1140 ++++++++++ RICHARD PAULL of Gulval Admon granted 14 October 1646 to JOHN THOMAS PAULL son of the deceased. Bond by JOHN TYACKE of Ludgvan, yeoman. Inventory taken 7 October 1646 by JOHN JEFFREY & JOHN TYACKE. Mentions chattle lease of Pensow in Gulval. AP/P/914 ++++++++++ ROBERT PAWLEY of Ludgvan, gent. written: 28 Dec 1680 proved: 2 Aug 1681 daughter: MARGARET w/o THOMAS CLARKE 2 sh. her children 12 d. each daughter: ANN CLENGOE 5 sh. her sons ROBERT & JOHN 21 sh. daughter: MARIE 5 sh. daughter: GRACE 5 sh. daughter: BLANCH 5 sh. son: THOMAS (he being alive & doth lawfully demand it) 1 sh. 6 d. son: STEPHEN 2 sh. wife: HONOUR all the rest & executrix Robert Pawley witnesses: STEVEN THOMAS, WILLIAM THOMAS, PHILLIS JOHN Inventory taken 23 July 1681 by HENRY EDWARDS, gent., & STEVEN THOMAS of Ludgvan, yeoman. AP/P/1484 ++++++++++ CHRISTIAN PAYNE of St. Ives, widow written: 3 May 1644 (nuncupative) proved: 21 May 1645 godson: PHILLIP LAWREY 20 sh. sterling goddaughter: CHRISTIAN d/o WILLIAM DUNNE 20 d. sterling granddaughter: CHRISTIAN PAYNE d/o JOHN PAYNE gent. all the rest & executrix witnesses: JANE w/o AND: LAWREE, JANE PAYNE, ANN LAWRIE Inventory taken 25 May 1644 by JOHN COSSEN & WILLIAM PURCHASE AP/P/888 ++++++++++ ARTHUR PAYNTER of Penzance, gent. written: 26 Feb 1680 proved: 27 Oct 1682 poor of Madderne & Penzance 10 sh. mother (not named) 20 pounds ROBERT COUCH, gent to be release of all devts FRANCIS NEWMAN the elder, gent. 20 sh. DOROTHY NEWMAN w/o FRANCIS NEWMAN my 1/4 part of the garden adjoining the Chapel of Penzance & 10 pounds FRANCIS NEWMAN the younger (under age 15) & his sister MARY s & d/o the said FRANCIS NEWMAN the elder & DOROTHY his wife all my lands if the above die without issue then the lands to DOROTHY if she died without further issue then to cousin FRANCIS PAYNTER of Boskenna, gent., and FRANCIS PAINTER of London, gent., s/o ARTHUR PAINTER, late of Trelissick, gent, decd.; and cousin ELIZABETH w/o REGINALD TRENHAYLE FRANCIS NEWMAN & MARY NEWMAN all the rest & executors overseers: FRANCIS PAYNTER of Boskenna & DOROTHY NEWMAN Arthur Paynter witnesses: RALPH BEARD, JOHN HANCOCK, WM MADDREN Inventory taken 1 June 1682 by WILLIAM TREWREN & RICHARD JOHN. Admon granted 27 October 1682 to FRANCIS PAINTER of Boskenna, gent; FRANCIS ARUNDELL of Trengwainter, gent; JOHN USTICKE of Bottallicke, gent.; and DOROTHY NEWMAN. Bond by FRANCIS NEWMAN of Penzance, gent., ARTHUR NEWMAN of Ludgvan, gent. and NICHOLAS RAWLING of Penzance, yeoman. Deposition by JOHN HANCOCK of Penzance, WILLIAM MADDREN of Penzance, gent, and RICHARD MELDRIM of Penzance. AP/P/1520 ++++++++++ DAVID PAYNTER of Towednack Will not extant. Renunciation dated 5 May 1666 by MARGARETT RUSSELL mother of the deceased in favor of her son JOHN RUSSELL: "my son by a latter husband..." States that the deceased died about 3 years previously leaving a will which named his mother executrix. Witnessed by THOMAS "T" CORNOWE, HENRY "H" ROBARTS, and HENRY "O" DAVIES. Inventory taken 8 May 1666 by the same 3 men. Admon granted 9 May 1666 to JOHN RUSSELL of Towednack, brother of the deceased. Bond by HENERIE DAVIES of Uny Lelant, yeoman. AP/P/1137 ++++++++++ JULIAN PEARCE of Gwennap, widow written: 20 Jun 1660 proved: 19 Jul 1661 COLAN TREGONNING 1 coverlet & 1 blanket JOANE BOWDEN 1 black cow she to pay 5 sh. to her daughter & 4 d. each to her boys MARGERYE NICHOLL my best coat & executrix MARGERYE & HONOUR NICHOLLS all the rest to share equally NICHOLAS TREGONNING's daughter JULIAN 12 d. MARGARET PEARCE 12 d. Julian ( ) Pearce witnesses: MARKES BOWDEN, HONOUR NICHOLLS Inventory taken 11 September by EDMOND SAMPSON & RICHARD NICHOLLS of Gwennap, yeomen. AP/P/1017 ++++++++++ THOMAS PEARSE of Sancreed Admon granted 9 July 1645 to MARY PEARSE of Sancreed, relict of the deceased. Bond by the said MARY PEARSE and RICHARD PEARSE of Sancreed. No inventory. AP/P893 ++++++++++ JOHN PENHELLICK of Helston Admon granted 16 April 1645 to ( ) COLLINS w/o GEORGE COLLINS d/o the deceased. Bond by GEORGE COLLINS of Helston, gent., and JOHN THOMAS of Helston, yeoman. Inventory taken 10 April 1645 by JOSHUA PALMER and HUMPHRYE PENHELLICK. AP/P/896 ++++++++++ DAVID PENLEAZE of Penzance written: 23 Jun 1666 proved: 13 Sep 1666 (note: this will has a very unique and interesting intro) wife: ELIZABETH 1 whip saw, 1 hatchett; also executrix son: DAVID all my other household goods & implements David Penleaze witnesses: DAVID PENLEAZE, WILLIAM PENBERTHY Inventory taken 28 July 1666 by MARTIN BOSAVERNE & RICHARD MELLDRUM AP/P/1148 ++++++++++ THOMAS PENROSE of Madron, gent written: 24 Mar 1640/1 proved: 26 Apr 1643 poor of Sennyn 3 sh. 4 d. poor of Maddern 3 sh. 4 d. son RICHARD PENROSE's children 10 sh. each son ROBERT TREWREN's children 10 sh. each ALICE HUTCHENS 1 cow, 1 blanket son: RICHARD PENROSE 12 d. daughter: MARY TREWREN 12 d. THOMAS PENROSE s/o RICHARD PENROSE | all the rest & ALICE TREWREN d/o MARY TREWREN | executors Thomas Penrose witnesses: RICHARD PNEROSE, ROBERT TREWREN Inventory taken 29 March 1641 by JOHN TRICKE & HUMFRY HUTCHENS. AP/P/843 ++++++++++ HENRY PENTIER of Towednack, tinner written: 24 Mar 1690/1 proved: 7 May 1691 daughter: ELIZABETH w/o THOMAS MICHELL 5 pounds grandson: THOMAS s/o THOMAS MICHELL 1 heifer calf wife: HONOUR 40 sh. sons: THOMAS & HENERY PENTIER all the rest & executors Henery ( ) Pentier witnesses: PETER CURNOW, ELIZABETH ( ) BARRAGWANATH, MARGERY ( ) BOLASEY, ROBERT CORNOW Inventory taken 25 April 1691 by ROBERT CURNOW & PETER CURNOW. States the deceased died 26 March 1690(1). AP/P/1832 ++++++++++ ALEXANDER PERROT of Ludgvan, weaver written: 4 Sep 1684 proved: 22 Nov 1684 grandson: BENJAMIN CLISE 1 sh. daughter: MARY CLISE 1 sh. wife: ELLENER PERROT | all the rest son-in-law: BENJAMIN CLISE | & executors Alexander "AP" Perrot witnesses: JOHN EDWARDS, JOHN ROBERTS Inventory taken 13 September 1684 by JOHN EDWARDS & JOHN ROBERTS. AP/P/1582 ++++++++++ LAZARUS PERROW of Gulval written: 25 Feb 1652(1) proved: 25 Feb 1661/2 parish of Gulval 1 sh. daughter: GILLINE 1 sh. daughter: HONOUR 1 sh. daughter: SARATH 1 sh. wife: THAMSIN all the rest & executrix son: SCIPRIAN my land after the death of my wife Lazarus ( ) Perrow JOHN GAWMAN, SCIPRIAN ( ) PERROW Inventory taken 6 May 1653 by SCIPRIAN GAWMAN & JOHN GAWMAN AP/P/1024 ++++++++++ BENNETT PERRY of Wendron, yeoman written: 27 Sep 1661 proved: 13 Nov 1662 daughter: BLANCH 5 pounds on her marriage day son: BENNETT PERRY 25 pounds when age 21 son: JOHN PERRY 25 pounds when age 21 son: WILLIAM PERRY 25 pounds when age 21 daughter: MARY PERRY 25 pounds when age 21 or married poor of Wendron 3 sh. 4 d. ANN DAWA 1 ewe lamb wife: MARGERY all the rest & executrix overseers: beloved friends WILLIAM PERRY & WEARNE DUNSTON Bennett ( ) Perry witnesses: SYMON WEARNE, BLANCH ( ) SYMONS Inventory taken 31 October 1661 by SYMON WEARNE, JOHN PASKOW and WILLIAM PERRY. AP/P/1056 ++++++++++ GEORGE PERRY of Marazion written: 7 Jul 1677 proved: 22 Nov 1681 son: JOHN PERRY 1 sh. grandson: AFTER PERRY 1 sh. granddaughter: LOUDY PERRY 1 sh. granddaughter: CHRISTIAN PERRY 1 sh. grandson: JOHN PERRY 1 sh. grandson: WILLIAM PERRY 1 sh. granddaughter: MARY PERRY 1 sh. son: RICHARD PERRY house I now live in, house he now lives in; all the rest & executor wife (not named) to live with son RICHARD and he to pay her 20 sh. every half year George "X" Perry witnesses: ROBART STEVEN, HENRY WOOLLCOCK Inventory taken 22 November 1681 by ROBART STEVEN and JOHN JEFFARY AP/P/1496 ++++++++++ WILLIAM PERRY of Wendron written: __ Apr 1691 proved: 7 May 1691 wife: MARY PERRY tent of Tolverne; misc. household goods etc. eldest son: RICHARD PERRY 20 sh. son: ZACHARIAS PERRY all my tin bounds daughter: ANN ROBYNS 40 sh. daughter: DOROTHY 40 sh. grandchildren ?? son: HENRY | all the daughter: ELIZABETH LEANE | rest William ( ) Perry witnesses: BE. JAGO, JOHN ( ) JAMES Inventory taken 16 April 1691 by EDWARD TREVENEN & MARTIN PASCOW AP/P/1834 ++++++++++ JAMES POLKINHORNE of Madron written: 28 Jul 1644 proved: 3 Oct 1645 daughter: BERSHEBA 250 pounds, a silver beaker & my border of gold wife: BERSHEBA lease of trebelling in Gwennap, household goods, executrix mentions: child my wife is carrying (to have 250 pounds, a silver tankard, and my ringe with my seal of arms mentions: 10 pounds in the hand of Mr. WILLIAM MADDREN Senr. mentions: 10 pounds in the hand of Mr. WILLIAM PENLEASE sister: GRACE POLKINHORNE 10 pounds poor of Penzance 20 sh. poor of Gwinear 20 sh. kinswoman: JANE PRIOR of Gwendron 5 pounds Ja: Polkinhorne witnesses: JOHN TERMENHEERE, ROBART ( ) HARRY No inventory AP/P/903 ++++++++++ STEPHEN POLKINGHORNE of Breage, yeoman written: 10 Sep 1670 proved: 12 Jan 1671/2 daughter: MARGARET w/o WEARNE KITCHEN 5 sh. daughter: JANE PELLER, widow 1 field in tent. of Tregonen called Well Close; a black nag granddaughter: MARY d/o WILLIAM RETTO 2 ewes grandchildren: ANTHONY & JOHN RETTO house where they now live at Sparnon grandchildren: ss/o SAMUELL POLKINGHORNE-- ARTHUR 1 ewe & SAMUELL 2 ewes grandson: STEPHEN s/o SAMUELL POLKINGHORNE 1 heifer poor of Breage 10 sh. son: SAMUELL POLKINGHORNE all the rest & executor Stephen "S" Polkinghorne witnesses: ALEX: CARLEEN, WILLIAM "+" DONALL, CLEMENCE CERLYNE Inventory taken 17 November 1671 by JOHN _______, ______PENNOCK & EDWARD RIPPER (page torn--may actually be JOHN PENNOCK) Deposition by WILLIAM DANNNALL of Germoe, age 42, tinner and CLEMENT CARLION of Breage, age 28. AP/P/1268 ++++++++++ THOMAS PORMEER of Zennor Admon granted 4 June 1646 to ANTHONY PORMEER of Zennor, brother of the deceased. Bond by the said ANTHONY PORMEER and BALDWIN ROSEMERGY of Gulval. No inventory. AP/P/934 ++++++++++ JAMES POTTER of St. Erth, laborer written: 10 Apr 1662 proved: 26 Feb 1662/3 son: THOMAS 6 d. daughter: MARY 6 d. wife: CHRISTIAN | my dwelling house son: RODGER | also executors daughters: CHRISTIAN & JANE my dwelling house after the death of my wife daughter: JUDITH 40 sh. son THOMAS' sons 1 ewe lamb apiece James ( ) Potter THOMAS WHITINGE, GRACE ( ) WHITINGE, JOHAN ( ) WHITINGE Inventory (not dated) taken by THOMAS WHITING & JOHN TREY AP/P/1062 ++++++++++ HENRY RICHARD of Paul, husbandman written: 1 Apr 1673 proved: 19 Nov 1675 grandchild: JOHN HOLLA 1 sh. grandchildren: JOHN RICHARD & MARY RICHARD 1 sh. each goddaughter: CHESSEN RICHARD 1 sh. son-in-law: JOHN HOLLA 1 sh. daughters: JOAN RICHARD & JANE RICHARD 1 sh. each daughters: CATHERIN RICHARD & DOROTHY RICHARD 10 pounds each wife: MARY all the rest & executrix Henery ( ) Richard witnesses: JOHN "+" RICHARD Sr., JOHN ( ) HOCKEN Inventory taken 1 April 1675 by JOHN HOCKEN of Sennen & JOHN RICHARD of Paule. AP/R/1061 ++++++++++ JOHN RICHARDS als. BOSKINNING of Madron, yeoman written: 15 Aug 1688 proved: 22 May 1689 wife: CHRISTIAN 5 sh. son: JOHN 20 pounds daughter: ELIZABETH 30 pounds daughter: FRANCES 20 pounds son: WILLIAM BOSKINNING all the rest & executor John ( ) Richards alias Boskening witnesses: WILLIAM VEALE, JANE ( ) MICHELL, ALICE ( ) BANDFEILD Inventory taken 13 October 1688 by JOHN HOSKIN & SAMPSON MORISH AP/R/1311 ++++++++++ WILLIAM RICHARDS of Camborne, miller written: 13 Mar 1685/6 proved: 8 Jul 1686 sister: JANE 1 pound daughter: ALICE 1 sh. wife: ALICE RICHARDS all & tent. called Littel Pullstrong & executrix William ( ) Richards witnesses: HENRY ( ) RICHARDS, NICHOLAS ( ) HAIN, WILLIAM DUENSS Inventory taken 27 April 1686 by RICHARD THOMAS & RICHARD JACSON AP/R/1255 ++++++++++ EDWARD ROBARTS of Gulval, husbandman written: 27 May 1670 proved: 15 Jun 1671 wife: MARGARETT all houses, leases, lands, tents. & goods son and daughter-in-law: CHRISTOPHER MORRISH & JANE MORRISH all after death of wife, and executors Edward "E" Robarts witnesses: FRANCIS SHERWOOD, HENERY "I" HARVIE Admon granted to MARGARETT ROBARTS of Gulval during the minority of the executors. Bond by SOLOMAN COCK of Madron, yeoman. Inventory taken 13 May 1671 by JOHN BARNES the elder & JOHN BARNES the younger. AP/R/1001 ++++++++++ HONOUR ROBARTS of Zennor, widow written: 15 Jan 1675/6 proved: 12 Jan 1679/80 daughter: MARY w/o MATHEW DANIEL 1 sh. daughter: GRACE w/o DAVID BERYMAN 1 sh. granddaughter: PATENCE DANIEL 1 ewe lamb granddaughter: MARY DANIEL 2 sh. 6 d. sons: JOHN ROBARTS & WILLIAM ROBARTS all the rest & tent of Chekembra in Zennor & executors overseers: brother-in-law JAMES QUICKE & son-in-law MATHEW DANIEL Honer ( ) Robarts witnesses: WILLIAM PARSONS, ANN ( ) w/o JAMES QUICKE, MARY ( ) w/o MATHEW DANIEL Admon granted to JAMES QUICKE of Zennor, yeoman. Bond by CHRISTOPHER TREWHEELA of Helston, gent, and EDWARD CARNSEWE of Sithney, gent. Account of JAMES QUICKE, administrator of HONOUR ROBARTS during the minority of JOHN 7 WILLIAM ROBARTS dated 2 August 1681: paid to Mr. MATHEW DANIEL on bond, paid to MARY HARRY on bond, paid to ARTHUR HARRIS on bond, paid to JOHN LIMBRICKE on bond, paid to CHRISTOPHER TREWHEELA. AP/R/1146 ++++++++++ WILLIAM ROBART of Zennor, yeoman written: 18 Jun 1673 proved: 22 Nov 1673 son: JOHN ROBART 10 pounds when 21, and 1 cow son: WILLIAM ROBARTS 10 pounds when 21 daughter: GRACE 10 pounds daughter: MARY w/o MATHEW DANIELL 1 sh. granddaughter: MARY DANIELL 2 sh. 6 d. wife: HONOUR ROBART all the rest & executrix Wili ( ) Robart witnesses: NICHOLAS BERYMAN, JAMES ( ) QUICKE, WILLI ( ) ROBART Sr. Inventory taken 14 October 1673 by JAMES QUICKE & HUGHE JAMES AP/R/1037 ++++++++++ THOMAS RODDA of Madron, yeoman written: 29 Apr 1687 proved: 21 Jun 1687 sister: AGNISS MICHELL 1 sh. son: JOHN RODDA 1 cow, & 20 pounds daughter: JANE ROWE 1 cow & 15 pounds daughter: MARY RODDA 1 cow & 15 pounds wife: ELIZABETH Thomas Rodda witnesses: TOBIAS LANYON, PHILLIP HARRIS Inventory taken 7 May 1687 by TOBIAS LANYON & MARTIN RODDA AP/R/1271 ++++++++++ GRACE ROWE of Marazion, widow written: 24 Sep 1684 proved: 16 Mar 1684/5 cousin: JOHN JAMES s/o my sister MARY all & executor Grace ( ) Rowe witnesses: JAMES ( ) DAVYS, HUGH DAVYS, ELIZABETH ( ) THOMAS Admon granted 16 March 1684/5 to JOHN JAMES of St. Hilary, taylor. Bond by NICHOLAS ANTHONY of ?? Inventory taken 13 March 1684/5 by THOMAS HUBBARD & HUGH DAVY. AP/R/1231 ++++++++++ WILLIAM RUSSELL of Towednack Admon granted 27 May 1661 to JOHN RUSSELL son of the deceased. Bond by the said JOHN RUSSELL of Towednack, yeoman, and NICHOLAS BOLITHOE of St. Ives. MARGARET RUSSELL, widow of the deceased, renounced. Inventory taken 24 May 1661 by PEETER PAYNTER, WILLIAM HARRY & ROBERT CORNOW. AP/R/818 ++++++++++ JOHN SAUNDRY of Camborne Admon granted 14 Jan 1669 to CHRISTOPHER TREWEEK of Camborne, gent, principal creditor of the deceased. Bond by JOHN HEARLE of Camborne, gent. MARGERY SAUNDRY, widow of the deceased renounces. No inventory. AP/S/1246 ++++++++++ MARGARET SPARNON of Penzance Admon granted 16 November 1664 to ALICE PEARCE w/o THOMAS PEARCE, daughter of the deceased. Bond by JONATHON PEARCE of Breage, yeoman and JOHN DORE of Breage. No inventory. AP/S/1149 ++++++++++ HENRY STEVENS of Ludgvan, yeoman written: 6 Apr 1671 proved: 8 Jul 1671 wife: MARY 5 pounds, chest, her wearing apparel, bed & bedding etc. son: JOHN STEVENS 40 pounds & a crock bought of Mr TYACKE, and a pan sometimes MANLYES pan, 1 meadow in Trethwall, part of the tent. called Beeston daughter: ALICE STEVENS 1 cow, 1 heifer, 40 pounds, 1/2 of a field in Trethwall, pt. of Park an Lane daughter: ELIZABETH STEVENS 1 heifer, 40 pounds, the other half of the field mentions: a garden called ROBERTS garden daughter: MARY, w/o HENNYBALL HOCKEN 40 sh. son-in-law: HENNYBALL HOCKIN 5 sh. grandson: JAMES HOCKIN s/o HENNYBALL HOCKIN 5 pounds grandchildren: HENNYBALL HOCKIN, HENRY HOCKIN, MARY HOCKIN, HANNAH HOCKIN, ss & dd/o HENNYBALL HOCKIN 1 pound 5 sh. each poor of Ludgvan 5 sh. eldest son: STEPHEN STEVENS & his heirs tent. in Ludgvan Churchtown bought of GEORGE VEAL of Gulval, gent; all the rest & executor Henery Stevens witnesses: EDWARD CORNISH, MAURICE TUCKER, STEPHEN THOMAS, RICHARD SCADDEN Inventory taken 29 June 1671 by EDMOND DAVY & STEPHEN THOMAS AP/S/1323 ++++++++++ SAMUEL STEVENS of Perranuthnoe written: 24 Mar 1667/8 proved: 14 May 1668 brothers ALEXANDRY STEVENS & JOHN STEVENS right in Resugan in St. Hilary Samwell Stevens witnesses: MICHAELL JAMES, THOMAS TROWNSON, DAVID NENIS Inventory mentions that he devised his mother AN STEVENS to perform his will; also mentions payments to the poor of Penzance, poor of Marazion and poor of St. Hilary. AP/S/1234 ++++++++++ JOHNSON STREEKE of Camborne Admon granted 5 February 1665 to BLANCHE STREEKE of Camborne, widow of the deceased. Bond by the said BLANCHE and JOHN VERYAN of Camborne. Inventory taken 27 April 1665 by ROGER GLANVILE & WILLIAM STEVENS. AP/S/1176 ++++++++++ ALICE SWEETE of Zennor Admon granted 23 June 1674 to JOHN SWEETE, yeoman, of Zennor, son of the deceased. Bond by WILLIAM ROBENS, blacksmith, of Zennor and ROBERT RICHARD of Zennor, yeoman. Inventory taken 13 ____ 1674 by _______ BERYMAN and _______ MICHELL AP/S/1401 ++++++++++ ARTHUR THOMAS of Ludgvan, yeoman written: 2 Jul 1691 proved: 17 Sep 1691 brother RICAHRD's 2 children 4 sh. each son: STEPHEN THOMAS tent of Nanwidnan & Kellenoweth in Ludgvan; all goods & executor executor in trust: friend RICHARD CHELEW poor of Ludgvan 1 sh. Arthur "T" Thomas witnesses: HAN: CURNOW, NICHOLAS MORAN Inventory taken 10 Septmeber 1691 by WM. BENNET & RICHARD CHELEW AP/T/1470 ++++++++++ JOHN WALLISH of St. Just in Penwith, yeoman written: 29 Nov 1639 proved: 5 Mar 1640/1 church of St. Just 20 sh. poor of St. Just 20 sh minister of St. Just for forgotten tithes 2 sh. 5 d. son-in-law: STEPHEN SAUNDREY 5 sh. daughter: THOMASINE w/o the above 10 sh. daughter: GRACE WALLISH 3 score pounds daughter: MARYE WALLISH 3 score pounds at her marriage day son: THOMAS WALLISH 1/2 of tent. in Trevisian in St. Just; 1 grey nag in his keeping; heifer of 12 months old wife: JANE WALLISH maintenance and 4 pounds yearly; 1 heifer, 2 ewes brother-in-law: MARTIN HARRY of Buryon 6 d. sister: ELIZABETH HARRY 12 d. sister: JANE WILLIAMS 6 d. son: JOHN WALLISH tent called Rospaniwell Guine in Buryon; tent. called Cheycarne Kerrow and Bosaverkas in St. Just son: ROBERT WALLISH tent. called Chiowne in Morvah; tent. called Nanpean & the reversion of the grist mill & stamps adjoining in St. Just which JOHN WILLIAMS now holds; tent. called Hendra in St. Just sons: JOHN & ROBERT all the rest & executors John Wallishe witnesses: ILNGONE? THOMAS, JOHANE EVA, MENTH? TRE______ Inventory taken 20 February 1640/1 by AMOS URYON, clerk of St. Just, LUKE? THOMAS of St. Buryon, gent; MARTYN HARRY of St. Buryon, yeoman and RICHARD ANCROKE of St. Just, gent. AP/W/657 ++++++++++ ROBERT WALLISH of Gulval, gent. Admon granted 5 February 1660/1 to ELIZABETH WALLISH of Gulval, relict of the deceased. Bond by the said ELIZABETH WALLISH and WILLIAM USTICK of Gulval, gent. Inventory taken 17 June 166_ by JOHN VIBERT, WILLIAM DONITHORNE, WILLIAM JELBART & WILLIAM HARVEY. AP/W/822 ++++++++++ NANE WEADGE of Towednack, widow written: 6 Feb 1662/3 proved: 26 Feb 1662/3 poor of Towednack 2 sh. sister: MILLER HELLENS, widow 6 pounds sister-in-law: NANE NOTTELL 40 sh. cousin: JOHN NOTTELL 10 sh. cousin: CHESSEN NOTTELL 10 sh. (one line folded and unreadable) ROSANAN PASKE's 3 sons 12 d. apiece JAMES PHILLIPES 1 sh. THOMAS PHILLIPES' children 12 d. apiece godson: WILLIAM TRIE 10 sh. goddaughter: NANE PASSON 10 sh. SARA RENEDEN & ALCE RENEDEN 6 d. apiece cousin: MARGARET TREGERTHEN, widow & her children 6 pounds but her eldest son to have nothing kinswoman in Nullen 1 sh. sister MILLER 1 suit of wolling cousin MARGARET RENEDEN the other suit of wolling THOMAS RENEDEN household goods brother: JOHN NOTTELL all the rest & executor Nane ( ) Weage witnesses: NICHOLAS BERYMAN, THOMAS ( ) NEINSE, ALCE ( ) RENEDEN Inventory taken 22 February 1622/3 by WILLIAM PEARSE & JEFFERY PEARCE. AP/W/860 ++++++++++ CHARLES WHITE of St. Ives written: 11 Dec 1659 proved: 8 Jan 1660/1 son: DOLPHIN WHITE 2 cows, 1 mare, all corne in the moyhay & in the ground son: JOHN WHITE 2 young bullocks, 1 pan, all my household goods, all my sheep son: WILLIAM WHITE 1 ewe grandchildren, children of DOLPHIN & JOHN money due from debts mentions debts due from: son JOHN WHITE (40 sh.), WILLIAM TRETHALL (4 pounds), WILLIAM WOOLCOKE (1 pound), ANDREW TREWEEK (1 pound), THOMAS CUBART (3 pounds), MARY TEMAN (1 pound 16 sh.), FRANCIS QUICKE (40 sh.) no signature witnesses: MARY WILLIAMS, JOHN NOAL Jr. Inventory taken 26 December 1649 (sic) by THOMAS CUBART & WILLIAM BROWNE AP/W/827 ++++++++++ BENNETT WILLIAMS of St. Erth, mason written: 24 Jul 1666 proved: 16 Apr 1667 daughter: BLANCH 4 pounds yearly son-in-law: JOHN HODGE 1 sh. 4 grandchildren 20 sh. wife: CATREN all the rest & executrix Bennet ( ) Williams witnesses: HENRY EDWARDS, THOMAS THURLEBY Inventory not dated or signed. AP/W/950 ++++++++++ MARKE WILLIAMS of the borough of St. Ives, tyner written: 17 Oct 1642 proved: 4 Feb 1642/3 poor of St. Ives 2 sh. STEPHEN RICHARDS 2 sh. 6 d. MARGARET RICHARDS, sister of STEPHEN RICHARDS 2 sh. 6 d. wife: MELLIAR 4 pounds daughter: ELIZABETH w/o WILLIAM WOLCOCKE pans, crocks, & other household goods poor in the almshouse 2 sh. JOHN WILLIAMS als. PENBEAGLE 6 d. MARIE d/o WILLIAM WOLCOCKE all the rest & executrix overseer: THOMAS DAYOWE of St. Ives, yeoman Marke "+" William witnesses: JOHN PHILLIPES, MARGARETA ( ) RICHARD, ANDREW LAWRIE AP/W/696 ++++++++++ MATHEW WOLCOCK of Gulval, husbandman written: 14 Jul 1655 (nucupative) proved: 16 Aug 1660 eldest son: THOMAS WOLCOCK tent. of Rosewarne after the death of wife youngest son: WILLIAM WOLCOCK to be paid 6 pounds, 13 sh. 4 d. by his brother wife: HONOUR all the rest & executrix witnesses: WILLIAM HARVEY, JOAN WILLIAMS and others Inventory taken 21 August 1655 by WILLIAM THOMAS AP/W/833