Matthew and Penelope Gimblett

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Parents   :  not known

Matthew Gimblett (m Penelope, d Warbstow 1697)
Penelope (d Warbstow 1702)         
    Matthew Gimblett  (m Grace Spettigue 1698  Warbstow Cornwall)
        Agnes Gimblett (b 1700 Warbstow Cornwall, m  John Jose 1722 St Juliot Cornwall, d 1777 St Juliot)
             Mary Jose (b 1741 Lesnewth, m Charles the Giant Chilcott 1768 St Juliot, d 1819)
                   Langford Chilcott (b 1769 Tintagel, m Ann Medling 1800, d 1823 Tintagel) 
                         Charles Chilcott (b 1802 Tintagel, m Mary Strout 1822 Tintagel, d 1869 Launceston Tas)
                               Mary Chilcott (b 1827 Tintagel, m John Cubit 1845 Longford, d 1874 Deloraine Tas)
                                      Ellen Adelaide Cubit (1856 Westbury, m William Mitchell 1880 Sandridge, Melb, d 1937 Wodonga, Vic)
                                             Ernest Harold Mitchell (b 1887 Whiteford, m 1914 Liela Muriel Roach, d 1960 Wodonga)
    Rebecka Gimblett
    Elizabeth Gimblett
    Margaret Gimblett (m Joseph Fayce)
    Emlyn Gimblett

Dallas Manicom supplied the following email

Matthew GIMBLETT was the s/o Matthew GIMBLETT + Penelope -- Matthew Sr was buried in Warbstow on Mar 22, 1697 and Penelope was buried there on Apr 30, 1702.
This was sent to me a number of years ago
Signed 1 July 1696 / Witnesses Richard Cowling and James Hobb
Daughter Rebecka 20.00 [she died a few months later]
Daughter Elizabeth 20.00
Prudence Langmaid 10 .00
Daughter Margaret Facye 1s
Daughter Emlyn 10s
  -- Emlyn's daughter Jane 10s

Jone Gimblett 1s
Mary Gimblett 1s

[son-in-law] Joseph Facey's  [?four] children 1s to each of them
Jane Loungmaid 1s
His wife is not mentioned by name and I cannot make out what she was left in the will.  Son Matthew gets everything else and is the executor.
Probate was granted 18 May 1698


St Juliot, (Cornish: Sen Julet), is situated in the deanery of Trigg Major and the Hundred of Lesnewth. The parish is located on the North Cornwall coast; it is bounded on the north by St Gennys, on the east by Otterham, on the south by Davidstow and Lesnewth, and on the west by Minster, Forrabury and the Bristol Channel. The Valency river runs westwards through a steep valley in this parish to emerge at Boscastle. The church, dedicated to St Julitta, was the meeting place of the writer Thomas Hardy and his first wife - Emma Gifford. The parish was the inspiration for Endelstow in 'A Pair of Blue Eyes'.
This makes St Juliot only half a dozen miles from Tintagel.
Warbstow is about two miles east of Otterham


 Thanks to Dallas Manicom

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