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St Minver Wills and Administrations

1600 to 1699 Surnames L to P

 

Gilbert Launder AP/L/410,clerk
proved 29 May 1639
administration granted to Gilbert Launder, natural sonne,
signed Gilbert Launder and Thomas ffarley yeoman
Inventory made 25 May 1638 by Nicholas?? and Thomas ffarlie
including 2 mares, 1 suckling colt, 8 sheep, 2 lambs 2 tableboards, forms and stools
estate value 23 12s 10d

Honor Lee CRO Ref AP/L/24 1604
document in Latin and very difficult to read
dated 16 December 1604

Ralph Ley, yeoman CRO Ref/L/310
proved 30 Mar 1627
administration granted to Elizabeth Ley, widow
Inventory taken on 2 March 1626 by John Peeters and Thomas Moyle, yeomen.
estate total 16 18s 0d

John Mably of the parish of St Minver died 1621 CRO Ref AP/M/357

body to be buried in St Michaels churchyard near my father Walter Mably

Anys Mably my wife

my son Thomas Mably

my son John Mably

two sons Walter Mably and William Mably

my daughter Allice Tallman

Aizes Shole

my daughter Joane Marten

A true inventory of all such goods and chattels of John Mably of the parish of St Minver in the county of Cornwall, late deceased inventoried and appraised by Nicholas Sharsell and Richard Rounsevall the 20th day of December anno domini 1621
Sum total 10 6s 4d

 

John Mably CRO Ref AP/M/709
proved 22 April 1644
Dorothy Mably, relict and administratrix granted administration
along with Gregory Lobb
Inventory taken on 10 Jan 1643 by Humphry Kent and Polidor Rounsevall
estate total 7 11s 06d

 

Katherine Mably, widow, CRO Ref AP/M/756
proved 19 January 1647, written 31 January 1646
daughter Margaret Hambly
daughter Barbara Mably
son ffrancis Mably
daughter Florence Mably
son Humphry Mably executor
sons' and daughters' children
signed Katherine Mably, mark
witness William Guy, signed and ffrancis Mably mark.
Inventory taken 10 April 1647 by William Guy and William Hosking.
estate total 46 5s 0d

 

Richard Mably CRO Ref AP/M/284

Inventory taken 8 May 1617
by Humphry Kent, and Gideon Gye and John Rounsevall and Humphreye Gye
estate total 23 16s 8d

 

Francis Mably CRO Ref AP/M/889
administration granted to Humphry Mably (mark), Degory Mill (burgii = burgess?)of Bodmin [signed)
Inventory taken by Charles Peter and Anthony Guy on ?th March 1664
estate total 12 - 00 - 00

 

ffrancis Mably of Trebetherick CRO Ref AP/M/976
Inventory taken by Richard ffillis (signed) and Anthonye Guy (signed) on 14 December 1670
estate total 5

 

Richard Mably of Trebetherick CRO Ref AP/M/1136
proved 8 May 1679
Francis Mably, son
Richard Mably, son
Humphry, son
son, Charles under 20
daughter, Katherine under 20
daughter, Dorothy under 20
daughter, Joane under 20
daughter, Alse under 20
Joan James of St Breock
Godfather of Alse - Humphry Mably of this place deceased now administered through William Rebouse
Edith Mably, my wife (rest of goods and chattels)
appoint my two brotherlaws: Richard Rounsevall the younger and Richard Rounsevall the elder
signed Richard Mably 1678
witnessed by Charles Peters (signed), the sign of William Rounsevall, Anthony Guy (signed)

 

Humphery Mably CRO Ref AP/M/1135
written 16 November 1676, proved 11 May 1679
John Mably son of Richard Mably of St Minver
his brother Richard Mably
Richard Mably my cousin and executor
Humphry Mably (his mark)
witnessed by Anthony Guy (signed), John Gray (signed)
Administration to Edith Mably (Richard her husband, deceased)
Stephen Adams (signed), Nicholas Webber (signed), Edith Mably, her mark.
Inventory by Anthony Guy and William Guy taken on 23 December 1678
total amount 11 8s 10d

 

Will of John Marke yeoman CRO Ref AP/M/1015
written 13 October 1671
Humphry, William, Joan, Phillip, Henry and Francis sons and daughters of my son in law John Guy
Marke Guy son of John Guy my grandson
daughter ffrances, wife of John Guy
Jane Shole a servant
Issack Shole, sometime my servant
Marke Guy my grandston executor
signed John Marke ()mark)
witnessed by Degory Canne jun (signed), Richard Rawlinge (signed), Pethericke Bettye (mark), Roger Pawley (mark).
Administration signed by Roger Willcock yeoman (mark), Humphry Guy, yeoman (sgned), John Rawe of Endellion (signed), Stephen Hendy of Helland (mark), granted to Marke Guy a minor.

Inventory Roger Wilcock Thomas Hammett on 14 January 1671 includes a third of a tenement in Arundell's Down, [St Minver]
estate amount missing.

 

Nicholas Marke CRO AP/M/678 yeoman
proved 25 November 1642, written 13 June 1640
poor of St Minver
my daughter Joyce Jones
Richowe Billing
Jonathan Jones
Elizabeth Shole my servant maid
John Long, my servant boy
son John Marke's daughter frances
John Marke executor
witness William Guy, signed, John Longe [mark], Nicholas Bone [mark]
Inventory taken on 3 January 1642 by Thomas Rawe, Nicholas Rawe, William Gye
mainly animals and farme equipment (including 200 sheep - 27 10s), household goods, crops in the groupnd
lease in tenement Herndell Down
enjoyment of one third of the tenement Tr...emowe Downinge
estate value 139 18s 08d


Will of John Marke yeoman CRO Ref AP/M/1015
written 13 October 1671
Humphry, William, Joan, Phillip, Henry and Francis sons and daughters of my son in law John Guy
Marke Guy son of John Guy my grandson
daughter ffrances, wife of John Guy
Jane Shole a servant
Issack Shole, sometime my servant
Marke Guy my grandston executor
signed John Marke ()mark)
witnessed by Degory Canne jun (signed), Richard Rawlinge (signed), Pethericke Bettye (mark), Roger Pawley (mark).
Administration signed by Roger Willcock yeoman (mark), Humphry Guy, yeoman (sgned), John Rawe of Endellion (signed), Stephen Hendy of Helland (mark), granted to Marke Guy a minor.
Inventory Roger Wilcock Thomas Hammett on 14 January 1671 includes a third of a tenement in Arundell's Down, [St Minver]
estate amount missing.

 

William Mill CRO Ref AP/M/2532
written 5 August 1645 (no wrapper with proved date)
Elizabeth, daughter
John, son
Mary, daughter
Martyn, son
Joan, daughter
Thomas, son
Katherine, daughter
Willmott, daughter
Katherine, wife, executor
Witness William Mill, signed, Degory Mill, mark, Johanne Lander, mark, Honor Mills, mark

 

John Morgan CRO Ref AP/M/248 1613
Katherine my daughter
Mary my daughter
William Morgan my son
Mathew my son
Elizabeth Waller
Agnes my daughter
wife Jane executor
sister Agnes
witness John Clemens, John Wyatt als Helgin
Inventory taken by Thomas Pawlie and Henry Cundy 9 Jan 1614
Household goods and animals
estate 8 15s 2d

 

Thomas Morishe alias Eagle of Carlyon, St Minver CRO Ref AP/M/125
written 2 March 1608 proved 22 April 1607(confusion with Old Calendar dates here)
Jane my wife executor
land in Carlyon in St Minver
Clemens Morrish
John Morrish
Ann Kent
to my other children 2s a piece (unnamed)
witness Agnes Peters, Elizabeth Stephen and others
two further legal documents which are court papers regarding the Will
AP/m/125/3
Phillip Penkevil gent
AP/m/125/4
Francis Penekevill re Carlyon homestead willed for 99 years by Thomas Morrish

 

Anthony Morish CRO Ref AP/M/723
proved April 1644, written 24 October 1643
daughter Joan Morish
daughter Barbara Morish
daughter Richow Morish
daughter Ann Morish
daughter Katherine Morish
Jone Morish wife executor
witness William Guy, Edward Guy
Inventory taken by William Guy, Humphry Mably, yeoman on 23 March 1644
estate value 23 15s

 

Clemence Morrish CRO Ref AP/M/782
written 27 November 1646
wife Joan
son ffrancis
son Thomas
brother William Morrish
brother Thomas Morrish
son Francis Morrish, executor
Diana Guy, my servant maid
Signed Clemence Morrish.
Witness Elizabeth Gillingome, mark, William Guy, signed

 

Humphry Morish, husbandman CRO Ref AP/M/1187
proved 4 July 1681
Will written 21 March 1680
my brother Thomas Morish
cosen John Hambly
cosen Kathern Hambly
Kathern Hambly my sister (rest of goods and chattels and executor)
signed by Humphry Morish (his mark]
witnessed by Richard Trebbell and Richard Harrie (both signed] and Susan Hambly (her mark)

inventory taken by Richard Harries and Richard Trebell husbandmen on 5 April 1681 (both signed)
pures and girdell and weareing aparell 4
one hefer and a calfe 2 10s 0d
seven ewe sheep and lambs and five young sheep 2 10 0d
total 9 00s 6d

 

William Morish CRO Ref AP/M/1205
proved 1 April 1682
Administration to Richard Morish of St Minver[?]son
Christopher Taprell of St Nyott (signed]
John Hendra of [?} [his mark]

Inventory taken by William Boall, gent and Richard Rounsevale on 20 April 1681
total 14 10s 00d

 

Constantine Moyle CRO Ref AP/M/312
written 16 September 1618
brother Christopher Moyle, and his children
brother John Moyle, and his daughter
brother Thomas Moyle
Thamsin Hicks, sister, and brother in law William Hicks and children
god children (unnamed)
Poor of St Minver 5/-
Johan Moyle my sister and Executor.
Witnesses Humphry Guye and William Guye

Inventory undertaken by John Babb, Christopher Moyle, Gideon Gee on 17 March 1618
estate total 32 10s 8d

 

Catherine Moyle CRO Ref AP/M/311
nuncupative Will 1618
poor of the parish of St Minver
sister Phillip Shoale
John Moyle's child
Thomas Moyle
John Moyle
(rest is unreadable.)

Catherine Moyle was Constantine Moyle's widow and survived him by 25 days which is probably why her Will was nuncupative.

 

 

Thomas Moyle, gent of St Minver CRO Ref AP/M/1363
Administration 1691, proved 4 May 1691
granted to son Thomas Moyle, also to make or cause to be made the inventory
signatories: Richard Webber of St Minver yeoman, Constantine Moyle St Kew, yeoman

Inventory of the goods and chattels of Thomas Moyle of the pish of St Minver gent taken
18 March 1690 by Peter Sleeman, Constantine Moyle, Ralph Hickes (all signed)

Purse etc 5 0 0
debts due upon bond 18 17 0
life of Thomas Moyle in the reversion of Sarah Moyle his mother and one moyty of Moyles 50 0 0
10 oxen 14 10 0
3 cowes 6 0 0
2 steeres 1 heifer 4 10 0
4 young bullocks 4 10 0
3 yearlings 1 15 0
1 nag, 2 colts 6 10 0
18 ewes and lambes 6 0 0
33 ewes and hoggetts 8 0 0
19 weathers 10 0 0
7 piggs 1 15 0
16 acres of wheat growing 30 0 0
wheat in the mowe 17 0 0
2 paires of wheeles and butts 9 0 0
yokes chanies and harrowes 2 10 0
slides and clowersheers [?] and culter within all other emplemet belonging to the shandry [wheeled vehicle] 1 0 0
turfe, ffurze and hay 0 10 0
4 pigg troughs 0 3 0
one great stone trough 0 10 0
one silver bowle and six silver spoones 3 10 0
13 pewter dishes 1 10 0
1 pestle and mortar 0 4 0
3 braze pans 4 15 0
3 crocke 1 10 0
2 skilletts 0 8 0
one andiron frying pan and spits 0 8 0
The iron grate 0 6 8
1 brandine[?] potcrocke and cott hangings 0 6 8
3 keeves 0 14 0
1 brase kettle 0 3 0
1 braze candlesticke 0 1 6
1 hosggett[?] and seven barrels 1 2 0
1 table in the lower hall 0 14 0
8 timber chairs 0 18 0
1 chest in the lower hall 0 9 0
4 leather chairs 0 6 0
3 feather beds 10 0 0
2 dust coods[?] 1 10 0
Hoppe 3 0 0
1 porke, 3 tubbs and 2 buckets 0 7 0
1 cheesewring 0 5 0
1 saddle and one caundle 0 3 0
Table Linning and the carpitt on the Hall Table 0 16 0
Other items 1 0 0
Total estate 245 5s 10d

 

John Olver CRO Ref AP/O/80
proved January 1626 (Old Calender using Old Calendar dates)
will written 22 march 1627 (not using old Calendar dates but same month/year as proved)
Robert Jackett, father in law, my dwelling house and all belonging to it.
sign of John Olver
witnessed by Robart Jackett (sign of)
inventory 26 January 1627 (not using old Calendar dates but same month/year as proved)
estate total 2 8s 2d

 

Gilbert Payne CRO Ref AP/P/1706
proved 26 July 1688
Inventory taken by Thomas Bradford, gent and John Blake on 5 July 1688
items included Money in the house 100 00 00
Moyety of Smeaths 355 07 06
Estate in Dinham 2 lives 30 00 00
Estate Total 1169 15 00

Administration granted to Rebecca Paine vidam relict of St Minver
John Dingley, gent, John Blake, yeoman signed administration
 

 

Sydwell Peckham CRO Ref AP/P/331 1617

Administration granted to Richard Rounsevall (hard to read)
Inventory by Richard [Shepham or Peckham) and Humphry Gye taken on 30 January 1617
wearing apparell 2 0 0
bedstead and bedclothes 0 3 4
pans crock etc 1 0 0
cupboard and chest 0 3 4
total lxxvi xviiiis viiid
debts due from Richard Rounsevall - 60
and Walter 12
 

Benjamin Penkevell CRO Ref AP/P/842, gent
admin proved 16 April 1643
granted to Homphrie Penkevell gent, nephew
Inventory taken by ES and Thomas Moyle on 19 February 1643, proved 26 February 1643
estate value 90 08s 0d

 

Benjamin Penkevell, gent CRO Ref AP/P/871
proved 27 April 1644
nuncupative Will
Hugh Penkevell gent, nephew son of elder brother Richard Penkevell, esq.
witnesses John Trevelyan, esq, William Blight, gent, Richard Prout, gent, William Warren with others.

 

Humphry Penkevill CRO Ref AP/P/179 proved 30 April 1609
written 16 April 1609
William Penkevell godson
lands inherited from my cozen Roger Roscarrock, Esq, dec
Dorothy daughter of Phillip Webber
nurse Kathren Steven
my brother Beniamin executor
witnesses Richard Penkevell, John Penkevell, Thomas Kemp.

 

Will of Jane Penkevell, widow, CRO Ref AP/ P/449
proved 24 Sept 1623
written 13 August 1623
Son Hugh Penkevell
Son Lewes Penkevell
son Nicholas Penkevell
son George Penkevell
son Humphry Penkevell
son Richard Penkevell
daughter Elizabeth Penkevell
daughter Katheren Penkevell
daughter Gennett Penkevell
daughter Ann Penkevell
daughter Joan Penkevell
Katheren Penkevell, my oldest son's child
Edward Penkevell another of said son's children
Joane Trebell, servant
Thomasine Pears, servant
Margaret Mill/Hill and Humphry Mill/Hill Esq
oldest son Francis Penkevell executor
signed Jane Penkevell
witness Benjamin Penkevell
John Hambly
John Peeters
Inventory of Jane Penkevell taken by John Day and Hugh Beheathland on 15 September 1623
Estate total 26 0s 6d

 

Richard Penkevill Esq CRO Ref AP/P/291 1615
administration granted to Jane Penkevill (document in Latin and hard to read)
Inventory taken 1 February 1615 by John Leye, Francis Morriss, Thomas Moyle, John Trebble of Mesmeer and Ottis Hickes
inventory contained lots of items (rich man)

 

John Pettegrewe Administration granted [23?] April 1623
This has dreadful script which is almost impossible to read. Pettegrewe could be Polgreene and vice versa.
names mentioned: Roger Polgreene/Petgrewe, yeoman, [?] Bray of St Breward, [?] Petegrewe/Polgreene daughter of John P-sarbarn [? surname unreadable]

 

Will of Hugh Pomeroy CRO Ref AP/P/394 1620
very faint
witnessed by Thomas Kempe,? Penkevell, Georg Lamerton
Inventory taken by Ralph Hender, Georg Symons and Adryan Longe on 20 February 1620
monies due from John Tanner 50, John Ley 30, John Tenneye 40
estate total 179 18s

 

John Polstagg CRO Ref AP/P/298

Administration granted 1615 to Richum Polstagg of Bodmin (brother) (document in Latin)

 

Richard Polstagg CRO Ref AP/P/336

Administration granted 1617 to Samuel Polstagge, son.

 

William Proffitt CRO Ref AP/P/1573
Administration 28 September 1683
granted to Mary Proffitt, widow
signed ? Blake, William John and Mary Proffitt (mark)

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