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6451 Wife or Daughter

IN Biddenden Kent in 1881 
Baldock, Harriet (I8127)
 
6452 Wife or Daughter

left £not exceedig £70000 
Huffam, Dorothy Georgina Winifred (I26865)
 
6453 Wife or Daughter Huffam, Nancy (I5817)
 
6454 Wife or Daughter?

Baptist Chapel Keeper in Wivelsfield Sussex 
Baldock, Mary (I8126)
 
6455 Wife or daughter?

Left Not exceeding £25000 
Hougham, Edith Lillian (I26869)
 
6456 Wife or Daughter?

Left £12442 
Hougham, Ivy (I26866)
 
6457 Wife or Daughter?

Left £3565 
Hougham, Edith Marian (I26415)
 
6458 Wife or daughter?

Left £490 
Hougham, Beryl (I26867)
 
6459 Wife or daughter?

Left £9596 
Hougham, Elsie (I22458)
 
6460 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7854)
 
6461 Wife or Daughter? Hougham, Lennora Mau (I5741)
 
6462 Wife or Daughter? Hougham, Mary Frances (I5756)
 
6463 Wife or Daughter? Huffam, Kate (I6883)
 
6464 Wife or Daughter? Hougham, Clara (I7686)
 
6465 Wife possibly Fannie W Hufham, John A (I7771)
 
6466 Wife possibly Sarah Davis Pratt 11 Nov 1824 Sparks, Thomas Hougham (I23371)
 
6467 Wilbur D. Potter October 20, 1912 - November 5, 2009 SALEM - Wilbur Potter, 97, of Salem, passed away at home on Thursday, November 5 with his family by his side. He was born in Crofton, Nebraska and lived for more than 70 years in Salem. He was employed by the State of Oregon for 44 years. In retirement, he remained very active until well into his 90's. He enjoyed family and friends, travelling, and was a long time member of the Good Sam Club. Wilbur was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, Doris (Hougham), in 1998; and by sister, Viola; and brother, Clayton (Bud). He is survived by wife, Elisa (Bartolome) who he married in 2002; son, Robert (Kathy) of Beaverton; sister, Hazel of Albany; and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 12 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 10. A funeral service will be at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 11 (both at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Chapel in Salem). Private interment. Contributions: Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation, 1410 S.W. Morrison, Ste. 760 Portland OR 97205. Potter, Wilbur D (I24115)
 
6468 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26377)
 
6469 Will 1510 Howgyn, Thomas (I15689)
 
6470 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9158)
 
6471 will of 20 feb 1563 - yeoman

In the name of God Amen, the 20 day of February in the 5th year of the reigh of our soverign Queen Elizabeth Beloved of God Queen of England and xxx of Ireland, Defender of the faith and I Thomas Hougham of the parish of Preston next Wingham being sound in body and whole of mind and perfect and good memory and doth ordain and make this to be my present last will and testament in manner and form following.that is to say, First, I will and give my soul into the hands of the Almighty God my Saviour and Redeemer and my body to the earth in the churchyard of Prestom before the Altar. Item, I bequeath unto the High Altar for my tithes, they negligently forgotten 20 pence also I will to be done for me at my funeral one dirge and one mass and at my months mind to be said one dirge and one mass to be said at xxx months mind one dirge and one mass. Item, I bequeathe unto the church of Preston certain ornaments the which I have paid for that is the drapes and mass to be " xxxx" etc at my burial. Item, I bequeath unto Agnes Huffam my daughter xxx of good and lawful money of England to be paid her at the age of xx years and if it happen the said Agnes do die before the time of her marriage or have no heirs of her body lawfully begotten then I will the said xxx to remain amongst my sons Steven Henry Richard and Michael. Also I give unto Agnes my daughter xxx to be paid her immediatley after my decease. Item I bequeath unto my son Michael xxx of good and lawful money of England xx to be paid to him at the age of xx years and xx to be paid him at the age of xx years and the other xx at the age of xxx years also I will the profit thereof to be given to him at the age of xx by my executor. Item, I will unto Michael xx to be paid him at the age of xx years and if it happen that the said MIchael die before he marry then I will the said payment to be equally divided among the other my sons Steven Henry and Richard. Item, I bequeath unto Richard Huffam my son xx of good and lawful money of England xx to be paid to him at the age of xx years and the other xx to be paid him at the age of xx years and the profits thereof to be paid him at the age of xx years, Item, I bequeath unto the said Richard my son xx and that to be put to profit for him at the age of xx years, if it happen the said Richard die before he marry then I give his portion to be equally divided amongst the others then living at time Item,, I bequeath unto Henry Huffam my son xx of good and lawful money of England to be paid to him at the age of xx years. I bequeath unto the said Henry my son and I order to be delivered him at the age xx years and if it happen the said Henry die before he marries then I will the payment to be equally divided amongst the others then living at the time. Item, I bequeath unto Steven Huffam my son xx of good and lawful money of England to be paid him immediately after my decease and the other xx to be paid the next year after xx I also bequeath unto Steven Huffam my son my house and the best of all of my moveable goods not bequeathed. I will unto my wife so long as she remains a widow and if it happens the said Denys do marry again then I will that Steven shall take half xxx to the use of the said Steven and his three brothers and his sister and the better part thereof to be divided between Richard and Michael my youngest sons xxx my wife and my overseer. I bequeath unto Denes my wife my lease during the time of all the whole years the life home. I do ordain and make to be one my executors and Steven my son the other executor of this my present las twill and testament seeing all my debts and legacies are fulfilled and paid and I will my overseers of this my last will and testament John Hall and Richard Bell and they to have for their payment saving other of them xxxx. This is the last will and testament of me Thomas Huffam pf the parish of Preston the day and year first above written xxxx my tenements and all my lands lying and being within the parish of Preston and Ash. First I bequeath unto my son Steven Huffam my son to him and to his heirs in fee simple for ever all my tenements set lying and being at Parish of Ash xxx and all the housing thereunto belonging (lengthy description of 2 pieces of land in 1 place and 4 in another and lease land etc). I bequeath unto Henry Huffam my son xxx tenement lying at the Forstall to him and to his heirs in fee simple for the xx the one of the tenements whether it be mine of lease or xx and also I bequeath to the said Henry my son one tenement set lying and beginning in th e Parish of Ash and the land lying in the same parish whether it be mine of lease xxx to him and his heirs for ever provided always that if Steven or Henry do xxx do in every part or parcel of my wifes land at home then I will that Richard and Michael my sons xxx all enter into my lands at Preston or Ash or xx any of them do enter xxxx I will that they shall not make nor meddle in rtheir lands.

Signed by 5 witnesses then an item added as follows:- I bequeath unto Elizabeth White and Lawrence White, her son either of them living to be paid for xx months after my decease and Lawrence bit to be put to profit for him at the age of xx years


MPH Comments
"This is inserted here to prove by wills an error of the reliable historian Hasted, not critizing but to correct a much repeated printer error now 400 years in circulation and which i have not found corrected in print since. By mistakes ( and we all make them) we learn. Thomas was overseer of his brother Stephens will 1556 "of Ash". Then the historians words "of Thomas no more is known". The will of their father shows the vast lands his sons inherited, also locations. We find Thomas at Preston 3 miles from Ash - How?- Through the will of the son Michael's wife mother 1594 April 2 - This shows how inlaws sometimes give us useful references.

One misplaced link ( error) leads to more as also does carelessly kept records and to blindly copy from others without studying the entries is NOT always facts. This record shows how Michael's wife and first 4 children were gived to to his cousin Michael as a 1st wife and no more ever said about them- copied and printed that way yet in 1958. The age of the Michael to whom Elizabeth Joade was given as 1st wife would be only 8 at time of marriage - by his will 1596 is shown he had one wife only and she was Janet Brooke and his one and only childwas in infant son b 1596

The will of Agnes Joade, widow follows - F 179/ 2 April 1594 Probate of Ash next Sandwich - " To be buried in Stourmouth Church near her late husband Andrew Joade" She mentions her sons Richard William Andrew Nicholas daughters Joan and Eve then the spouses and children of each then says " Elizabeth my daughter now wife of Michaell Huffam and Thomas Elizabeth Henry and Richard children of my son in law Michaell Huffam" In all she names 38 descendants. This stsement alone is not proof it does not identify which Michael Hougham but it points to Stourmouth where on the registers we find the son Richard baptized and 5 others after him ( The MIchael who married Janet Brooke was dead by now and left a son by Janet his 1st and only wife) see the wills of Stephen and Thomas with regs of Ash and Birchington, the home of the Joades coupled with the wills of Michael "of Ash" 1596 and Michael of Stourmouthwill 1500-1601 and of his widow Elizabeth ( now) Hougham. In 1617 all in the record ( Ry - the genealogical record of teh Hougham family) Notice in particular Michaels will 1599" to my daughter Elizabeth the money given her by her grandmotherJoade and other Joade relatives" and Michaels will is signed by Peter and Andrew Joade jnr" 
Hougham, Thomas (I60)
 
6472 Will of George Hougham 31 aug 1783 described as Gent of Garden Row Newington. He devised his property to Charles and Solomon of Aldsgate Street upon trust for his wife Sarah and his daughter Mary and failing her to his brother Charles paymaster of His Majestys navy and £10 to his aged Grandmother Mary at Canterbury

In the name of God Amen

I George Hougham of Garden Row Saint Mary Newington in the County of Surrey Gentleman being of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding but considering the uncertainty of this transitory life do make publish and declare this to be my last will and testament (that is to say) first I will and direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses and the charges of proving and executing this my will fully paid and satisfied. Then I give and bequeath upon trust unto Solomon Hougham of Aldersgate Street London Gentleman and Charles Hougham Of Aldersgate Street London Goldsmith all monies belonging to me that shall be in the three percent reduced bank annuities or any other of the public stocks or securities for moneys after payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses that they the said Solomon Hougham and Charles Hougham and the survivor of them and the executor administrator and assigns of such survivor do and shall from time to time pay the interest dividend and produce thereof as the same shall become due and payable unto my wife Sarah Hougham for and during the term of life or until she shall marry again and from and after her decease or marriage of my said wife and in case my said wife shall happen to die or marry again in the lifetime of my daughter Mary Hougham and before she shall have attained the age of twenty one years then upon proof that they the said Solomon Hougham and Charles Hougham or the survivor of them or the executors or administrators of such survivor shall and do pay the interest dividends or produce thereof for and towards the maintenance and education of the said daughter until she shall arrive to or attain her age of twenty one years and from and after the decease or marriage of my said wife and my said daughter shall have arrive to or attained her age of twenty one years then upon trust they the said Solomon Hougham and Charles Hougham or the survivor of them or the executors administrators or assigns of such survivor do and shall pay assign and transfer unto my said daughter Mary Hougham all such stocks funds or securities as aforesaid to and for her own sole use and benefit but in case my said daughter Mary Hougham shall happen to die before she shall have attained the said age of twenty one years then upon trust to transfer or pay unto my brother Charles Mordaunt Hougham Purser in his majesties Naval service or his heirs all such stocks funds and securities as aforesaid together with the interest that shall be due for or an account of the same and aplied for the purpose aforesaid to and for his and their own sole use and benefit also I give and unto my grandmother Mary Hougham of Canterbury widow the sum of ten pounds also I give and bequeath unto my said wife all my ready money household furniture apparel plate linen and china to and for her own sole and absolute use and benefit and I do so nominate constitute and appoint the said Solomon Hougham and Charles Hougham executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void all former and other will and wills by me at any time heretofore made and so I declare this to be my last will and testament and I do hereby declare my mind and will to be that neither of my said executors shall be answerable for the acts or deeds of the other of them but each of them for their own acts receipts and deeds only and that it shall be lawful for them to deduct and retain all such payments costs charges and expenses as they or any of them shall be at or put to in and about the execution of this my will by witness whereof to this my will contained in two sheets of paper I have to the first thereof set my hand and to this last my hand and seal the thirteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty three (GH) signed sealed published and declared by the within named testator George Hougham as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who subscribed our names as witness hereto at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other Thomas Booker 3 Tuns Newington Susanah Redfarn Garden Row Newington Ann Tidy Servant of testator

This will was proved at London The eleventh day of February in the year of our Lord One thousand seven Hundred and eighty four before the worshipful George Jarvis Doctor of Laws master keeper or commissary of the prerogative court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the oaths of Solomon Hougham and Charles Hougham the executors named in the said will to whom administration was granted of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the deceased having been first sworn to administer 
Hougham, George (I631)
 
6473 WILL of JEFFERIE SKEERE, of Newnham, Yeoman.

Dated 16th Jan. 44 Eliz. Proved 12th Apr. 1602

To the poor 10/-
To each of my daughters JOANE, THOMASINE, AGNES, MARGARET, and DOROTHY œ50 at 21 or marriage.
Residue to PATIENCE my wife. She to be executrix.
My cousin STEPHEN WORLEYE overseer.
Land and tenements at Doddington, Newenham, and Pluckley to wife.
Residue to JEFFERIE SKEERE, my son. 
Skeere, Jefferye (I16250)
 
6474 Will of John Hochyn

Residue after my debts are paid to my wife Joan, my execs with Robert Solly overseer....wife Joan to have my place at Nash after to William Penny paying 9 pound Cicely Penny my daughter have 20 shilling Marian Saunders 20 Shilling etc.... 
Hucchyn, John (I15688)
 
6475 Will of Sarah . To eldest son Charles Mordaunt Hougham she left her freeholds, lands tenements messauges hereditments situated in east gate rochester. to her sister Elizabeth Phillips her black sateen and her linen



In the name of God Amen.

I Sarah Hougham of the Tower of London widow, do make this my last will and testament in manner following, that is to say I give and devise to my older son Charles Hougham his heirs and assigns forever all my freehold messuages lands tenements hereditments in East Gate Rochester in the county of Kent. I give devise and bequeath all the rest residue and remainder of my estates both real and personal of what nature kind and quality soever the same shall be unto my said son Charles Hougham and my youngest son George Hougham their executors administrators assigns to be equally divided between them share and share alike to hold tenants in common and not as joint tenants and nominate and appoint Mr Stainsby xxxx of the tower of London Gentleman and my said two sons Charles and George Hougham executors of this my will hereby revoking all former wills made by me. In witness thereof the said Sarah Hougham testatrix have hereunto set my hand this nineteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven Hundred and eighty one (SH) Signed sealed published and declared by the testatrix Sarah Hougham as and for her last will and testament in the presence in the presence (Not an error it is repeated - RY) of us who in her presence and at her request have subscribed our names as witnesses Isa March Charles Oakley Sam March

This I mean as a codicil to my former will and my will and desire is that in case my sister Elizabeth Phillips widow be living at the time of my death that my two sons who are my executors do pay unto the said Elizabeth Phillips the sum of ten pounds of good and lawful money of Great Britain within one month after my decease being my legacy and I likewise bequeath unto my said sister Elizabeth my black satin and as to my linen which is called wearing apparel I desire it may be equally divided between the aforesaid Mrs Phillips and my son George Hougham’s wife called Sarah Hougham whereunto I set my hand and seal this seventh day of September one thousand seven Hundred and eighty two (SH) Tower of London

26 March 1783

Appeared personally Samuel March of St Dunstans Hill London and Gentleman and Stainsby xxx of the Tower of London gentleman and made oath that they know and were well aquatinted with Sarah Hougham formerly of the liberty of the Tower of London but late of the Tower of London Widow deceased for many years before and to the time of her death and having often seen her write and write and subscribe her name and are thereby become well acquainted with her manner and character of handwriting and subscription and having now carefully viewed the paper writing hereto annexed being a codicil to the last will and testament of the said deceased beginning thus ”this I mean as a codicil to my former will” and ending thus ”whereunto I set my hand seal this seventh day of September one thousand seven Hundred and eighty two” and thus subscribed Sarah Hougham they say they verify and they xxx believe the xxx xxx and contents of the said paper writing and the subscription thereto be all of the proper handwriting and subscription of the said Sarah Hougham widow deceased Sam March Stainsby XXX The said Samuel March and Stainsby xxx were duly sworn to the truth of the above affidavit before me and xxx xxxx surrogate notary public


This will was proved at London with a codicil the twenty-sixth day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and eighty three before the worshipful Andrew xxxx xxxx Doctor of Laws surrogate of the right worshipful Peter Calvert Doctor of Laws and master keeper or commissary of the prerogative Court of Canterbury Lawfully constituted by the oath of Stainsby xx and of the executors named in the said will to whom administration of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the deceased was granted he having been first sworn duly to administer power received of making the like grant to Charles Hougham and George Hougham the sons of the deceased and the other executors named in the said will when they or either of them shall apply for the same 
Mordaunt, Sarah (I565)
 
6476 Will of Stephen Forde.folio W/ l3/l498 Oct,24. "To he buried in church of St Nicholas———to Michael Forde my brother,
to Alice Crombroke my sister.——— to Isabell Lorcom..——to John Tokr.—— to my wife Margaret my place with all lands
for life,except five acres of pasture at Nell,besides the place of William Cokks,—-etc.Footnote says that wife
Margaret was a sister to Stephen Hougham who died l48l,and her sister Isabell was wife of Henry Moussrade or
Musred."Excrs.wife Margaret ,Leman Gason,William Dent-probated at Wingham 15 Nov. 1498. Will of wargaret Hougham Forde.dated 28 Jan. 1500-1.Proved 18 Mar.1501 to be buried at St Nicholas,mentions Richard Tucker
John Tucker, and Bennett Tucker"(see Stephens will mentions John Toker or Tohr. • Will of John Toker was proved 15 Nov. 1498—his children at Wingham.
It would appear that Stephen and Margaret had no children-none being mentioned in either wills. Also that
the Tohr or Toker or Tucker was same name,and probably a relative , seeing they both mention him.The children
of John-Tucker bear family names of Houghams. 
Forde, Stephen (I5299)
 
6477 WILL of THOMASIN JEFFREY, of Stalisfield, widow.

Dated 31st August 1640. Proved 15th Sep. 1640

To poor of Stalisfield 20/-
To son ROBERT £50 etc.
To son WILLIAM £20.
To daughter MARGERY, wife of ALEXANDER BODLE £10.
To daughter THOMASIN, wife of GEORGE PHILPOT £10.
To daughter SARAH, wife of RICHARD THATCHER £10, and her children _.
To DOROTHY, wife of THOMAS HOOKER £10 and her children
Grandchild ELIZABETH ELLIOTT £5.
To THOMASIN, daughter of ALEXANDER BODLE £5.
To sons and daughters of WILLIAM BODLE by my daughter, JANE, his wife deceased 20/- each at 21.
To RICHARD, ROBERT, THOMAS and ALEXANDER BODLE, sons of ALEXANDER BODLE deceased 20/- each at 21.
To GEORGE, THOMASIN, ANNE, SARAH, ROBERT, children of GEORGE PHILPOTTT 20/- each at 21.
Residue to son THOMAS, he to be executor.
Witnesses: PHINEHAS COSLEY, clerk, writer hereof; REGINALD WISE. 
Greenstreet, Thomasine (I16338)
 
6478 Will of William Hochen.4 July I554."to be buried in churchyard-to my mother Thomasine all my right to my house and lands in Nash, which I had from my father Edmunde Hochen.Excrs.my Mother,and she to have all my residue'. Witnesses William Lynch, Vicar of Ash, Stephen Solly ,Gelbert Water, Thomas Omar. Probated 11 July 1554. Hucchyn, William (I15799)
 
6479 William Billy Sliney, age 68,died on July 30., 2015 in the Plymouth Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, Plymouth. Born in Brockton on Nov. 12, 1946, he was the son of the late David J. Sliney, Sr. and Lillian May (Burt) Sliney. He was educated in Plymouth Schools and had worked for most of his life as a painter for Ken Taylor Painting Company. Billy held true to his strong beliefs and will be fondly missed by the lives he touched. He leaves 2 sons: Michael Sliney and Fred Sliney both of Plymouth and a daughter Billie-Jo (Huffam) Cardoza of Plymouth. He was the brother of Eileen Sue (Sliney) Donahue of Plymouth, Margaret (Sliney) Duffy of Calif. and brother; Warren Sliney of Calif. He was predeceased by his 3 brothers; David, Jr., Fred, and Francis. Visiting hours will take place on Wednesday, Aug .5, 2015 in the Cartmell Funeral Home, 150 Court St., Plymouth from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. followed by a graveside service in the Coweeset Cemetery, Brockton at 1:30 p.m. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/southofboston-enterprise/obituary.aspx?pid=175403888#sthash.8CGcmkb7.dpuf Sliney, William Joseph (I24080)
 
6480 William David Peanick had several children, among them Jane (Owens), Ruby (Hill), John, Alvin-still living, James, William Franklin, Gordon - living, Diane - living. Not sure of order. Peanick, William Davis (I15564)
 
6481 William de Hougham lived in time of Henry Vlll . It is probable,but not proven that Elizabeth may have been surnamed Sanders. The biggest reason for thinking this-is that the coat of arms of Sanders was worn in connection with that of Hougham long before the time of Richard Hougham who md Elizabeth Sanders. Richard is 2nd grt grd son of William.. (M.H.Pratt)
Correction on dates supplied by Utah Genealogical Society.
In the will of John St Nicholas dated 18 June 1462 there is mention of William Hougham of Elmstone. John St Nicholas is the figure in Ash church window next to Solomon Hougham,the son of William.
In Will mentioned above William Hochen,as Feoffee.
St Mary's,Cant.I have Elizabeth Hucham or Hugyhon-wldow-Of St Mary's Canterbury.buried 1473.-Seeing Elizabeth was
of Sandwich,and St Mary's is at Sandwich,and Canterbury is the diocese over most of Eastern Kent churches. Ash Church window. The effigy of Solomon Hougham is in the church window at Ashe,dressed in coat of armour,and re presenting a kneeling; warrior,with spurs etc.and as a knight. There are four of these painted,stained windows,all beside each other. Next to Solomon Hougham is John St Nicholas who was a friend.probably a relative. 
Elizabeth (I55)
 
6482 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7369)
 
6483 WILLIAM HOUGHAM Request Information

SSN 010-56-3969 Residence: 02445 Brookline, Norfolk, MA
Born 28 Oct 1962 Last Benefit:
Died 15 May 2001 Issued: MA (1977) 
Hougham, William (I8871)
 
6484 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5186)
 
6485 WILLIAM RUNKLE, son of Lewis and Elizabeth Runkle, was born in
Culpepper County, Va., on the 13th day of march, 1813. Lewis Runkle
was a native of Shenandoah County, Va., and son of Peter Runkle, who
bore a distinguished part in the War of the Revolution. Lewis Runkle
emigrated to Indiana in 1826, and later, moved to Iowa, where his death
occurred about the year 1854. He was by trade a tanner, but after coming to
Indiana, turned his attention to agricultural pursuits, which he carried on until
his death. his wife died in Bartholomew County in 1849. Mr. and Mrs. Runkle
were the parents of ten children, four of whom are now living. William Runkle
spent the years of his youth and early manhood in Virginia and Indiana, and grew
up amid the active scenes of pioneer life. His early educational training was
received in the old-fashioned log schoolhouses. He remained with his parents
until twenty-five years of age, and then began farming for himself, first on rented
land, and two years later on 120 acres which he purchased in Needham township,
where he now lives. In 1837 he married Mary Hougham, daughter of Aaron and
Catherine Hougham, natives respectively of Kentucky and Tennessee. Mrs. Runkle
was born in Fayette County, December 18, 1818, and died in Johnson County. Two
children were the result of this marriage. Mr. Runkle's second marriage was solemnized
in 1873, with Rachel McClean, daughter of Daniel and Nancy (Farnsworth) McClean,
of Green County, Tenn. To this union no children were born. His wife died February 5,
1876, and on the 13th of February, 1877, he married Sarah Ann McClean, a sister of his
former wife. 
Runkle, William (I2945)
 
6486 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8019)
 
6487 William was baptised at Wichling in 1665. He most probably settled at Bredgar after his marriage to Ann Bannister in 1693. The Licence does not, however, obviously tie up the various families. It states that William Filmer of Bapchild and Ann Bannister of Sittingbourne, both single persons, could be married at either Bapchild or Sittingbourne. He may well, of course, have taken up residence in Bapchild - certainly no William was baptised there.

According to the bishop's transcripts he may have been buried on 3/11/1725, not 3/12/1725 ?

However, Reginald Mead Filmer in his book 'Deep Rooted in Kent' mentions that in an old book at Bredgar, it is recorded in 1713 that Thomas Filmer, then a Churchwarden in Bredgar and William's brother, acknowledged that a John Clements, wife and family were settled at Milstead. (It was this John Clements whose father, Robert Clements of Wichling, had been a bondsman when Thomas and Sybil obtained their Licence in 1687).

There were a number of children of the marriage, namely - Mary (who married James Waterer of Queenborough in 1719); Sarah (who married James Harris in 1723; he was possibly related to Mary Harris, John Filmer's second wife ); Thomas (who was baptised at Bredgar in 1702, married Mary Lott of Thurnham by Licence in 1724 and was buried at Bredgar in 1759); Ann (who was baptised at Bredgar in 1705 and married William Head of Queenborough at Bredgar in 1724); and William (who was baptised at Bredgar in 1711).

In the Vestry Book of Bredgar it is recorded that William attended meetings between 1703 and 1706. Apparently, whilst churchwarden in 1705, he had a lawsuit against him heard at Canterbury.

William died in 1725 at Bredgar where he is described in the burial register as 'a householder'. His will is summarised below:

WILL of WILLIAM FILMER, of Bredgar, Kent, yeoman

Dated 25/10/1725 Proved 12/1725

WILLIAM FILMER (son of JOHN FILMER and JOANNA HILLS) died in 1725 at Bredgar where he is described in the burial register as 'a householder'. His will is summarised below:

'I, WILLIAM FILMER, of Bredgar, in the County of Kent, Yeoman, being sound and perfect in my understanding, though weak in body do make my last will and testament in manner following: I remit my soul into the hands of Almighty God, firmly trusting in his mercy through the Lord Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of all my sins, my body I leave to be buried at the discretion of my executors hereinafter named.
I give and bequeath to my several children and each of them that is to say - to my son WILLIAM and to my three daughters, MARY, SARAH and ANNE, to each of them severally and respectively the sum of £20 of lawful money to be paid unto them after the _ of 13 months reckoning from the day of my decease.
As a token of affection to my loving son THOMAS FILMER I give and bequeath the sum of 10/- to buy him a ring, he having already had his share of my effects upon his being settled in his farm.
In case any of the above mentioned children shall be deceased before the full term of 13 months is ended, then I order that the several sums of £20 intended and bequeathed to each of them, shall remain and go _. My executrix hereinafter named.
I hereby bequeath to my loving wife ANN FILMER everything remaining over and appoint her my sole executrix.
Dated 25th October 1725.
Witnesses WILLIAM FILMER, CHARLES EDMUNDS, ELIZABETH MILLGATE, ROBERT TYSON.'

The will was proved by ANN, his widow (Archd. C. C. A 84 54) when he was described as a yeoman.

His wife, Ann, died at Bredgar in 1728. She also left a will: 
Filmer, William (I16136)
 
6488 William was baptised in 1616 at Wichling. It looks as if he married during the hiatus but no record of his marriage or of any children, despite an extensive search have been found in any of the nearby parishes. It must be appreciated, however, that this was a particularly difficult time and many records were not kept. It is likely, however, that he remained in Otterden or Wichling.

He did have, at least, one child, Thomas, mentioned in his grandfather's will when he was conjoined with Thomas, the son of his uncle, Robert, in inheriting Row Wood in Otterden. He was presumably alive when his grandfather's will was made in 1647 (A 961 - 1647). It looks as if he may be the Thomas buried at Wichling in 1670 in which case he is likely to have died unmarried. 
Filmer, William (I16109)
 
6489 William was born in Fayette County, Ohio. He lived with his father until 1839. Lived with his mother until 1856 as a farmer. He was married to Carolyn Pumpelly on November 16, 1861. Was a School Director for 10 years; County Commissioner 1 year; and township Supervisor 1 term. They had one child, a daughter! Biggs, William (I25372)
 
6490 William Waters was a collier in 1843. He was a farm labourer in 1851 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. Waters, William (I19561)
 
6491 Willielmus filius Goidfride in the Doomsday book Owned 190 Acres of Land in Wingham Kent. left to Maud (Granddaughter) and Ruallon de Averanche
(Arcis in french = Arques in English)
He was a monk in 1088

Doomsday book:-

William de Arcis holds 1 Suling in Fletes and there he has in demesne 1 carucate and 4 Villeins and 1 Knight with 1 Carucate and one fishery with a saltpit of 30 pense; the whole is worth 40 shillings 
d'Arques Lord of Folkestone, William (I25)
 
6492 Willmar MN

Sunberg MN 
Kohler, Alvida Vogel (I6326)
 
6493 With brother at time of 1871 census. Draper Hougham, John (I17856)
 
6494 with Daughter Alice on 1871 census at Dunkirk

An alice Hougham b abt 1816 is on 1841 census as living at Mill House Preston Is this her?

with daughter and son in law at 1891 census 
Hougham, Alice (I9193)
 
6495 With Father on 1881 census Glew, Herbert (I17388)
 
6496 With Grandmother Elizabeth at time of 1861 census

On 1871 census as farm boy with stepfather 
Huxham, John Edwin (I17804)
 
6497 With Parents in 1901 Palmer, Christin A (I22776)
 
6498 With Parents in 1901 Palmer, Abigail J (I22777)
 
6499 With Parents in 1901 Palmer, Frances Lilian (I22778)
 
6500 With Parents in 1901 Palmer, Henry W E (I22779)
 

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