David and Jane Slade

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David and Jane Slade
    Edith (b 1634 Winfrith Newburgh Dorset)
    Tomazin (b 1637 Winfrith Newburgh)   
    John (b 1640 Winfrith Newburgh, d 1684)
    David (b 1642 Winfrith Newburgh, d 1683)   

    Richard Slade (b 1634 Winfrith Newburgh, d 1733 Winfrith Newburgh,)
        Edith Slade (b 26 Dec 1677 Winfrith Newburgh, m  Henry Flagg 1698 Winfrith Newburgh Dorset, d 1731 Winfrith Newburgh)
            Matthew Flagg (b 1702 Winfrith Newburgh, m Ann Norris)
                Grace Flag (b 1728 Winfrith Newburgh, m  Richard Stickland 1752  Winfrith Newburgh)
                    Ann Stickland (b 1754 Winfrith Newburgh, m  Richard Fudge 1771 Winfrith Newburgh)
                        Grace Fudge (b 1780 Affpuddle Dorset, m George Ford, d 1847 Upwey Dorset)               
                            Lavinia Ford (b 1828  Upwey, m  Stephen Vine 1855 Beechworth Vic, d 1904)
                                Hannah Vine (b 1866 Spring Creek, m Richard Reid Roach 1890 Flemington Vic, d 1915 Kew Vic)
                                  Liela Muriel Roach (b 1893 North Sydney, m Ernest Harold Mitchell 1914 Kew, d 1972 Wodonga)

Will of Jane Slade 1672 Courtesy Ann and Bob Preece

In the name of God Amen I Jane Slade of Winfrith in the county of Dorset Widow being sick in body but of perfect memory thanks be to God make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in mannoer and form following
First I give and bequeath my soul unto the hands of almighty God my Christ and redeemer and my body to be buried in the parish church yard of Winfrith aforesaid
Imp. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Edith Slade the sum of twenty pounds
Item I give unto my daughter Edith Slade my bed and bedstead  and all things thereunto belonging in what nature so ever it be meaning the furniture with one chest and also the little crook and likewise a new kettle a Couell one -------- with a payle and part of my pewter to be to her with one Barrell with two stookes of bees
Item I give and bequeath unto my son John Slade one cupboard in the hall and likewayes a Table board in the hall and after his decease to remain unto his son Edward Slade
I do likewise give unto my grand child John Slade one pewter dish
I do give unto my grand child Jane Stevens one coverlet a pair of sheets with some wareing apparell as my executors think fit
I give unto my son Richard Slade one mare colt collerd sorrell
Item I give unto my son David Slade one -----
Item I give and bequeath unto my son David Slade and my son Richard Slade all my chattels being horse beasts Rudder Beastes and also my sheep and corn and likewayes all the rest of my goods in what nature soever it be as
likeways any sum of money to be and to remain unto my two sons namely David and Richard Slade to be equally divided betweeen them
Item I do likeways give unto my sons Richard and David Slade the ground which I have some term to time of Nicholas Lillington to remain to both of them equally as long as the loanine lastly
Lastly I give unto the poor widows of the parish of Winfrith five shillings eight pence to be distributed awarding unto the descretion of my executors
Item I do make my two sons David and Richard Slade my whole executors to pay these legacies performed within twelve months and a day after my decease hereunto I have set my hand and seal this first day of August 1672
Sealed and delivered in the precence of us

William Je-----   Roger Lillington  

Research Notes

OPC site for Winfrith Newburgh


Thanks to Ann and Bob Preece for this page
Thanks to Jenny Grainger for the wedding certificate that kickstarted the Fudges and Chris Jeffery for the excellent Winfrith Newburgh OPC site
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