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Thomas Doggett

Birth1573
 
Death1621
 
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Aged: 48 years
Will, 21 May 1621 - Horsmonden, Kent Thomas did not give his occupation in his will, and he left only monies, not lands. There is no record of his burial at Horsmonden. He may have been the Thomas Dassett [sic] who married Isebell Martine in Goudhurst, Kent, on 21 September 1595, but there is no christening of an Isabel Martin at Goudhurst. The will of Thomas Doggett of Horsmonden is dated 21 May 1621, proved July 1621 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It reads: "In the name of God, I: Thomas Dogget of Horsmonden in the Countie of Kente beinge in good and perfecte memory doe Declare ordaine and make this my last will and Testam[en]t in manner and forme followinge First I comend nowe and [interlined: for] ever my soule and bodie into the mercifull protection of god the Father sonne and Holye Ghoste my most mercifull maker redeemer and preserver and my bodie to be buried at the direction of [interlined: my] Executor hereafter named in this my will in decent manner in a livelye hope of a joyfull resurrection unto eternal life in and through the merritte of jesus Christ my most mercifull saviour and redeemer Concerninge the state of this transitorie world wherewith the Lord hath blessed me in my labours I thus dispose of it First I give unto the poore of the parrish of Horsmonden tenn shillings to be paid unto them at the discretion of my Executrix within one month nexte after my decease Further I give and bequeath unto my soon Thomas Doggett threescore pounds of Currant English money to be paid unto hym in manner and foreme followinge hereafter expressed and sett downe in this my will[.] Item I give unto Elizabeth Willard my grandchild Five pounds of Currant Englishe money to be paid unto her by my Executrix hereafter named in this my [overstruck: present] will in manner as shalbe hereafter appointed in this my will[.] Item I give unto Marye my daught thirtye pounds of currant English monie to be paid unto her by my Executrixe hereafter named in this my will in such manner as shalbe limited hereafter in this my will[.] The residue of all my goods debtes and Chattells whatsoever I give and bequeathe conditionally unto Isabell my lovinge wife whom I ordaine and make sole Executrix of this my last will and Testament conditionally that shee the said Isabell my wife shall paie into the hands of John Stringer and John Randall of Goudehurst my faithfull friends in trust for the good of my Children the some of Threeskore poundes before bequeathed to Thomas my sonne or to give unto them sufficient bond for the same and the profitt of this money of Threeskore pounds that out of the Care of my trustie frends shal be made yearlye to be unto the use of my lovinge wife soe longe as shee keepeth herself my widowe and unmarried and afterward unto the use and benefit of Thomas my sonne to be paid unto him by my aforesaid trustie frends at their best discretion at or before he shall accomplishe the age of one and twentie yeares together then w[i]the the principall some of threeskore pounds to him before bequeathed They givinge [interlined: un]to my sonne Thomas their bondes for the then payinge unto him the same Threeskore pounds with the arrerages yf anie be at the time appointed by this my will And secondly that this said Isabell my wife and Executrix shall paye unto William Willard my sonne in lawe Tenn pounds of Currant English monie w[i]thin one yeare nexte after my decease to the use and benefit of Marie and Elizabeth Willard my grandchildren before named in this my will yf he the saide William Williard shall then give in sufficient bonde unto my true and trustie freindes John Stringer and John Randall aforenamed for the true payment of this Tenn poundes unto my grandchildren Elizabeth and Marye aforesaid at the deathe of the said William Willard their father or at their several ages of one and twentye yeares or [overstruck: thereabouts] at their several dayes of marriage w[hi]ch first shall happen equallye to be devided betwexte them and if either of them dye the survivor to be the others heire of this legacie to eache of them bequeathed And thirdly that the said Isabell my wife and executrix shall alsoe paie into the handes of my true and trustie friends John Stringer and John Randall aforenamed the some of Thirty poundes unto the use of Mary my daughter to be paide unto her at the age of one and twentye years yf Isabell my wife happen to Marry before thatt time but if Isabell my wife doe not marrie but remaine my widdowe and unmarried then my minde and will is that Marye my daughter shal not have her thirty poundes till after her mothers decease and the profitt and benefit [interlined and overstruck: that] thereof may be raysed yearly by the Care of my trustie freinds John Stringer and John Randall aforesaid to be equally devided and paid unto Isabell my wife and to Marye my daughter and after my wives decease the whole thirty pound together w[i]th such profitt as shalbe made thereof remaininge unto Marye my daughter. They my said freindes givinge their bonds unto Marye my daughter for their then payment of these monyes accordinge to the true intent and meaninge of this my will And further my will and minde is that yf Isabell my wife shall refuse and doe not sett out paye in or give sufficient bondes unto my [illegible deletion] said freinds John Stringer and John Randall aforesaid for the true payment of all of these my legacies before bequeathed as aforesaid That then sheee shall not be Executrix of this my will nor take the full benefitt thereof as aforesaid but I doo ordaine and make my loving freinds John Stringer and John Randall aforesaid Feoffees in trust to administer my goodes and to prove this my will and to take into their handes so much of my estate as may satisfie my legacies before given in such manner and times as is in this my will limited and uppon such condic[i]ons as on their partes are to be performed namely in giving and receving bond as is aforesaid in this my will for the true performance thereof in the times therein prescribed And third revokinge all other wills I publish and declare this to be by my last will and testament and intreate my true and Faithfull freindes John Stringer and John Randall aforesaid to be my Overseers to this my will to see it truely performed yf my wife except of the Executorshipp hereof to performe the condic[i]on on her parte to be performed But yf shee refuse and my friends John Stringer and John Randall doe prove my will and administer my goods then I entreate my lovinge freinds Mr. Geffrey Amherst and William Willard my sonne in law to be my Overseers to [overstruck: see] this my will to see it truely p[er]formed. Signed and sealed w[i]th my hand and seale the second daye of Maye in the yeare of our lord god and saviour Jesus Christ 1621[.] The marke of the testator[.] In the presence of Jeffrey Amherst John Stringer John Randolph the marke of William Williard"
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Mary 

abt 21 SEP 1600aft 03 JUL 1676  England, Kent, Horsmonden George Lewis 
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  1. Findagrave Thomas Doggett
  2. Other: Gedcom Import: alberta1.ged; Imported 3/2/2013;
    Source from: Charlie Roes
  3. Website: Pedigree Resource File;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
  1. Findagrave Isabel Doggett
  2. Other: Gedcom Import: alberta1.ged; Imported 3/2/2013;
    Source from: Charlie Roes
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