Summaries of 1659 Archdeaconal Wills

Thanks to Joyce M. Oates for this transcription - from LDS film 0106199

Defuncts:

KK Patrick:

Katherine Hutchin, Xtian Kegg, Tho Shimmin, Jo Quane
15 June 1659: Wm Quool / Coole, Ann Cotter als Quay, Coony Coole orphan
13 October 1659: Jo: Callin

German:

4 Febr 1658/9: Ann Quirke als Gell, Ellin Cannell als Coole; Mally Crellin als Stevenson, Jo: Carran, Katherin Robinson
28 Jul 1659: Elizabeth Mason, Jo: Killey
13 October 1659: Alice Crellin als Bridson, William Gell, Robert Killey

Michael:

3 Feb 1658/9: Robt Calister
6 June 1659: Gilbt Cannell (died 28 April), Jony Lewin
29 Jul 1659: Marriad Cordeigh
14 October 1659: Wm Cannell, Ann Kneene

Ballaugh:

3 Feb 1658/9: Wm Clarke, Patr Curleod
16 June 1659: Patr Curleod, Hugh Curleod, Jaine Moore

Andreas:

2 Feb 1658/9: no deaths
17 June 1659: Isabell Christian, Katherin Teare als Camaish, Wm Kneale, Jony Kneen, Wm Sayle, Jo: Crobbin
30 Jul 1659: none
15 October 1659: none

Bride:

17 June 1659: Margret Crean, Kath: Cotter, Jaine[?] Mughton pauper, Ann Christian, Bahee Christian; Patr Joghen & Patr Duke & Hen: Oates respited till next Court
3 Feb 1659/60: Phill Kneale, Daniel Kneale.
30 July 1659: Phill Kneale, Daniell Kneale

Lezayre:

2 Feb 1658/9: Mr. Rowland Stanley, Phill Curghey, Jo: Kerran, Ann Kewney paup.
17 June 1659: John Quaile, Tho: Kinread [Tho is crossed out], Jo: Kinred, Edmond Kissack, Richd Mazon, Phill Cotter, Ewan Crow, Robt Keeney in Ireland, Richd Kinred.
30 Jul 1659: Calighoony Keeney, Phill Cotter
5 8bris[October] 1659: Do: Curleod

Maughold:

2 Febr 1658/9: Mary Kermod, Elizabeth Black, Wm Quorke.
17 June 1659: Doncan Costean
30 July 1659: Ann Creer, Jony Kermod

Archdeacon Will 1659 #1 Patrick of Christian Jane als Kegg: husband alive; Thomas Ratcliffe & his son Silvester Ratcliffe; dau Katherin (if she has no children, then her legacy to return to Xtnís husb & Tho Ratcliffe); (transcript)

Archdeacon Will 1659 #2 Patrick of Thomas Shimmin: son Thomas Shimmin, John Leece borrowed 20s; wife alive; overseers: Hugh Craine, Hugh Shimmin, Tho. Craine & John Leece; dau Katherin executrix & at age. John Leece & his son John Leece & his wife Ellin entered a claim

Archdeacon Will 1659 #3 Patrick of John Quane: died 1 November 1658 intestate; siblings: Henry, Thomas, Isabel, Ann Quane. Thomas & Isabel are at age.

Archdeacon Will 1659 #4 Patrick of Coony Coole: died 4 May intestate; next of kinred on motherís side is Joney Cowle

Archdeacon Will 1659 #5 Patrick, of Ann Cotter als Quay (or vice versa): 4 children Joney (executrix), Bessy, John & Ellin

Archdeacon Will 1659 #6 Patrick of William Quoole / Coole, died 11 Feb 1658/9: wife alive; son & heir Thomas Coole; eldest dau; 3 children Patrick, Margaret, Ann

Archdeacon Will 1659 #7 Patrick of Katharine Caine als Hutchen, died 27 December 1659: 4 children Joney , Margaret, Alice & John Caine are executors, eldest son Thomas Caine

Archdeacon Will 1659 #8 Patrick of John Callin died first September 1659 intestate: 3 children Donold (of age but not old enough in Court of Law to take an oath), M----[hidden in fold], and Margaret, wife alive; uncle on fatherís side is Supervisor

Archdeacon Will 1659 #9 German of Ann Gell als Quirk, wife of Thomas Gell, died 17 November 1658: husband alive; eldest son Thomas Gell, youngest daughter Margaret, 5 children (John, Margaret, Bahee, Dorothy, and Margaret the youngest are executors), John, eldest dau Margaret, & dau Bahee are at age and made supervisors of younger 2. Daughter Margaret (?the youngest) is of age by 13 July 1672 & receives her legacy

Archdeacon Will 1659 #10 German of John Karren, died 18 January 1658/9: youngest son John Karran, son Thomas, dau Margaret (of age by May 1668), John Finch & his son John Finch are left legacies; sister Ann Karran; sister Katherin Karran; Hugh Ranscroft left 1 lamb; eldest son is incapacitated in some way and so aunts on fathers side (Ann, Katherine & Alice Karran) are supervisors.

Archdeacon Will 1659 #11 German of Mally Stevenson als Crellin [?Mally Stevenson als xxxx als Crellin], died 7 January 1658/9: brother Thomas Crellin, brother Robert, goddaughter Mally Crellin, his son Wm Crellin, sister Margret Crellin; daughter in law Jane Stevenson, Mally godson Thomas Woods, stepdaughter Thomas Woodsí wife (whose dead mother is Alice Stevenson als Radcliffe), Mr. Sailes wife, Wm Quayleís wife, daughter in law Jane Stevenson; Sir Thomas Harrison left a mutton, husband Wm Stevenson. (transcript)

Archdeacon Will 1659 # 12 German, of Ellin Kaighin als Carron [?Ellin Kaighin als Kaighin als Carron]: son John Caighen, son in law Gilbert Caighen & his wife Joney Caighen her daughter, son Patrick Caighen, son Wm Caighen, son Thomas Caighen, grandchild Kath Caighen, sister in law Joney Callister, Joney Caighen given best of 2 coats, mentions her husband & his son & her daughter in a handfast bargain, son Gilbert Caighen

Archdeacon Will 1659 #13 German of Catharine Robinson als xxxxx, or vice versa, wants to be buried in St Peters Church in Holmetowne[?]: dau Margerie, dau Alice, sister Bessy, Margaret McAngllish[?] left a small legacy, son in law William Lace, ? father & mother are executors

Archdeacon Will 1659 #14 German of Elizabeth Parre als Raymond, widow of Dr. Parre, late Bishop of Isle of Man: Richard Parr son of Edward Parr of Eccleston & his mother, and Elizabeth Parr dau of Richd Parr, niece Clare Peele[?], Sir Robert Parr left a colt; Richard Pendleborne, Mrs. Elizabeth Gee dau of Mr. Edward Gee parson of Eccleston is executrix; Thomas Harrison ?VicarGeníl; Wm Oaker & Ann Oaker; Margaret Marshall, John Cannellís son; Edward Singleton; Elizth Ottiwell; Eliz Teare; Sir xxx Harrison. Revd Mr Hugh Cannell, clark, & his son John Cannell & Hugh Cannell son of the said John Cannell enter a claim; Mr Ewan Christian on behalf of his father Mr. William Christian Receiver enters a claim. Capt Samuel Radcliffe enters a claim, Mr. Robert Norris enters a claim

Archdeacon Will 1659 #15 German of Patrick Kelly: eldest son Phillip Kelly; wife alive; son James Kelly; dau Ann Kelly; 6 children are executors (Philip Kelly, James Kelly, Ann Kelly, Oates Kelly, Henry Kelly; & the unborn child). Philip & James & Ann are at age See Archd Will 1675 Andreas for son Oates Kelly

Archdeacon Will 1659 #16 German of John Killey, died from a fall about 30 May 1659: only daughter Christian Killey of age by December 1690 when she received her legacy; next of kindred on fatherís side Margaret Killy is supervisor

Archdeacon Will 1659 #17 German, of Alice Crellin als Bridson, dated 9 July 1658 at top: dau Ann, dau Mary Crellin, granddau Alice Crellin, livestock at Ballamoar, dau Annís 2 children Wm & Ann; grandson John Crellin; son John Crellin, son Henry Crellin

Archdeacon Will 1659 #18 German of William Gell: wife died earlier, son Richard in Ireland & left Close at Bowling Green, etc., son William Gell to inherit the close if Richd doesnít return; dau Alice, dau Katherin, dau Jane, dau Ann,

Archdeacon Will 1659 #19 Michael of Thomas Cannell, died 1 December 1658 intestate: "Michael: Tho Cannell departed this life about the 1st of Xber [December] last intestate: whereof ye Court having notice hath decreed his only sister Katherin Cannell Administrator who is at age & sworn accordinge to Law. Decretes est et Solvit 6d. Salvo Tamen vincig Suo sum. Inventory of debtless goods: 1 cow. The Administrator at age pledges Gilbert Quaile Secunda forma legis."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #20 Michael, of Dollin Cannell, died intestate 20 May 1659: "Dollin Cannell departed this life about ye 20th of May intestate whereof the Court havinge notice hath decreed his 4 children viz Jo: Hu: Wm. & Phillip Cannell Administrators. The 2 oldest at yeares Supervisors of the 2 under yeares who are sworne & ye mother also, a legasye to the wife upon sight of the Invent, viz 5s. Salvo Tamen vincig Suo sum."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #21 Michael of Dollin Stephen, died intestate 1 August 1659: "Do: Stephen departed this life about the first of August intestate; whereof the Court having notice hath decreed his children Administrators bur for xx much as it appears to the Court that the sd Do: hath given his whole estate to his sd children by contraction bargain; the Court hath sworne them to pay all debts that shall be lawfully paid and to that purpose they have given securitie Jo: Cannell & Phinloe Quayle of Ballaugh & xxx secure the office subpoena 20 pounds ad xxx xxxxx. Salvo Tamen vincinge suo jur. Decretes est et Solvit. There is no Invent to be Recorded xxx this daye but what is added to ye Invent of Wm Stephen his son in the book for the last year. Wm Kewney entereth his claime against ye Administrators of Dollin Cannell for ye summe of 30s sterling and craveth the Law."
See also: Archdeacon Will 1658 #34 Michael of William Stephen, died 10 June 1658 intestate

Archdeacon Will 1659 #22 Michael of Joney Cannell als Lewin, died 24 February 1658/9: son William Cannell junior, grandson Patrick Cannell & daughter in law Jane Craine; son William Cannell; grandson Philip Cannell, son Thomas Cannell; Margaret Cordeige, daughter Bahee Cannell, dau Margaret Cannell, son William Cannell of Tromoade; Mallie Quaile, Philip & Patrick Cannell; son Charles; grandsons Patrick & William Cannell; Mallie Cotter; grandson Patrick Cannell; Richard Cannell; Mallie Cowen; John Fargher; sister Katherine Lewin; Margerie Killip; Katherine Quaile; Margaret Cannell; Jane Craine and Patrick Cannell; 2 sons William and Thomas Cannell are exec.
NOTE: several people are mentioned without any relationship attached to them. It also appears she had at least 2 sons names William: William of Tromode, and William junior. Is this a grandson? (probably): Archd will 1686/7 #18 Michael of Patrick Cannell, made 29 Nov 1686: owes Wm Cannell; Phil: Callister; Gilbert Callister; Sam: Quay; John Wattleworth; Wm Gawn; Jo: Stowen; Wm Crear[?]; wife Catharine Callister; 2 children; brother Phillip; son John Cannell & other child Philip Cannell exec (of age)

Archdeacon Will 1659 #23 Michael of Robert Callister: wife alive; children Adam, Philip, Gilbert, & Jane Callister; debts owed to him from: Philip Cannel, Henry Woods, Katherin Lowye in Ballagh, Thomas Kelly, John Kinley, from exec of Hugh Callister. Some children of age and some underage.

Archdeacon Will 1659 #24 Michael of Gilbert Cannell, died 28 April 1659: wife Catharine Sayle, only child Margaret Cannell underage; brother of Catharine is William Sayle; siblings of Gilbert: Richard, Ann (married), Margaret (married to Phinlo Craine), Madge (married to John Kneene); also mentioned William Naylor in 1675 addendum

Archdeacon Will 1659 #25 Michael of William Cannell, died 20 September 1659: dau Catharine Cannell, dau Jane Cannell, son Hugh Cannell exec & of age; James & Dollin & Wm Corris; John Corlett, Adam Corlett (a witness), wife Ann Kneen; see also Archdeacon Will 1659 #26 Michael of Ann Cannell als Kneene died 30 September 1659

Archdeacon Will 1659 #26 Michael of Ann Cannell als Kneene died 30 September 1659: dau Catharine, dau Jane Cannell, son Hugh Cannell; John Cannell; Adam Corlett, Gilbert Corlett, Charles Cannell, Dollin Corlett, William Corlett; husband dead
see also Archdeacon Will 1659 #25 Michael of William Cannell, died 20 September 1659

Archdeacon Will 1659 #27 Ballaugh of Patrick Corlett of Ballacane, died 1 February 1658/9: wife Mallie Daugherdy (remarried John Killip), children Thomas, Joney (married William Kissage, & dead by Nov 1691), and Alice; siblings: Thomas, William, Joney, Alice, & Margaret

Archdeacon Will 1659 #28 Ballaugh of Jane Thompson als Moore, died 27 May 1659: SONS Thomas & Nicholas Thompson; Marie Casement, Margaret Steene; Margaret Thompson; Bessie Boddaugh

Archdeacon Will 1659 #29 Ballaugh of Hugh Corlett, died 2 March 1658/9: dau Joney underage, sister Elizabeth, supervisors: brother John Corlett & John Craine (?is John Craine the husb of Elizth); mother is alive

Archdeacon Will 1659 #30 Ballaugh of William Clark, died 2? January 1658/9: son Robert Clarke of age

Archdeacon Will 1659 #31 Ballaugh of Thomas Kelly: dau Margaret (md Thomas McYlcharane, son Thomas), son William Kelly (2 children)

Archdeacon Will 1659 #32 Ballaugh, of John Callow, adolescent, disputed by his aunts Isabel Clarke als Freere, wife of Thomas Clarke, and Joney Freere on the one part, and Thomas Callow (who died during the dispute) & his wife Margaret Quayle & William Callow, Catharine Callow, & Ann Calow on the other part: important for a discussion of will laws & the proving of wills.
(transcript) . See also: Fa of John Callow:: A 1656 w Jur CALLOW, Thomas LDS film 0106199 ::

Archdeacon Will 1659 #33 Andreas of Bessy Corlett als Goldsmith, contract between Bessy Corlett als Goldsmith and son Silvester Corlett, dated 18 November 1658: "Andreas: At the contract of Sill Curlett & his wife Christian Christian. First, it was concluded & agreed upon yt Bessy Goldsmith should give unto her said son Sill Curlett the one halfe of all her lands wtsoever in her new possession, & halfe of all things xxx yt shee had at his present contract: & ye other halfe wholly after her discease as well lands as goods: and to witness this to be a truth I subscribe my name & mark, being a witness to ye said contract: the 18th of 9ber 1658. Testes: John Quark his mark, Charles Coole. The afforesd John Quarke jath taken his corporall oath, that the above sd Contract is noe thing but a truth, and that the 24 of 9ber 1658 before me, Ed: Christian. xx Febr 1658: Accordinge to this Contract the Court hath ordained the sd Silvester exec who is sworne accordinge to Law. Probat et Solvit 4d. Invent: 5 stookes & half a heifer. The exec at age. Pledges: Thos Caisment & Jo: Quarke, secunda forma."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #34 Andreas of William Christian, made 2 February 1658/9: "Andreas: In the name of God, Amen. Willm Christian sicke in bodie but whole in mynde doe make this my last will & testament in manner & forme following. First, I committing my soule to God my Creator & my bodie to Christian burial. I bequeath to my wife Margarett Kee a blanket canvess and a choist. I bequeath to my eldest son Danold a chest. I bequeath to my sd eldest son as much of my part of ye corne to whatt he hath of ye corne himself as will be ye one half and the other halfe to the -orn-. I bequeath to my three sons vizt, Edward, William and Ewan to be jointly in ye same and alsoe the xxxx of my goods wtsoever to my sd sons 2 Febr 1658. July ye 15th 1658: Testes: John Woods X & Thom: Clarke X, jurati. The Court hath ordained ye children at age Supervisor of the child underage. Ed: onely sworne, Wm beinge in Ireland. Probat et Solvit 6d. Invent at next Court subpoena 20s. 17th June 1659: Invent being priced by 4 Sworne men amounts in the whole to 0 pounds : 5 shillings : 6 pence debtless. The exec xxxx at age. Pledges: Michaell Christian secunda accordinge to Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #35 Andreas, of William Cleater, dated 1 February 1658/9 at top: daughter Catharine Cleator, son William Cleator, wife Jane Cowle, rest of the children William Cleator, Bahee Cleator & Bessy Cleator are executors with the wife, & some are underage
(There appears to be 2 Williams alive in the family of children.)

Archdeacon Will 1659 #36 Andreas of William Sayle, dated 1 January 1658/9 at top: brother John Sayle, son William, daughter Catherin, daughter Mally made co-exec with mother, wife Catherine Dougherty is executor. 1 May 1667: dau Catharine is leaving for Ireland and receives the rest of her legacy; the 1st time she went to Ireland, she received 5s of money from Thomas Crenilt [did he marry the wife?]. Goods of son William Sayle are in the hands of his mother, Wm Teare & Jo: Christian.

Archdeacon Will 1659 #37 Andreas of William Kneale, died intestate 8 May 1659: children John, Wm, Tho, Reighnold, Jony, & Katherine Kneale. John & Joney are of age and made supervisors; John & aunt on fatherís side for dau Joney (who wasnít present) are sworn. At bottom of page with William Knealeís will: xx June 1659: Michaell Calye and the exec of Bessye Kinley entereth his claime against ye sd Administr for 20s and a sheep or ye price of it and craveth the Law.

Archdeacon Will 1659 #38 Andreas of Isabel Keneene als Christian, dated 23 May 1659 at top: sister Ellin, brother Mark Christian, brother Wm, only son Wm Keneene; husband John Keneene left 1/3 of her goods; the other 2 parts to go to her brothers and sisters "both by whole blood & half blood equally." Brother John Christian and brother in law Do: Lace made supervisors but refused. Other siblings Wm, Mark, Do:, Ann, & Ellin are sworn, and David, Jo: Margret, Bahee, Katherine, Catherine & Joney will be sworn next court.. See also: Archd will 1661 #88 Bride of Donald/Daniel Lace, dated 8 Marcy 1662/3 at top: children, wife, brothr Thomas, bro in law William Christian, bro Gilbert Lace, son William Lace exec, eldest dau Alice Lace, youngest dau Joney Lace, supervisors of children are bro in law Wm Xtn & br Thomas Lace & also bro Gilbert Lace &Margt Lace, son Gilbert Lace is of age by 1 Jan 1676/7 (17 Jan 1678/9: William Lace son of Daniel Lace, deceased, being of lawful years: supervisors & uncles Gilbert, Thomas & Michael Lace; a sister has also died by this date)

Archdeacon Will 1659 #39 Andreas of Catharine Camaish als Teare, died 1 April 1659, intestate: "Andreas: Katherine Teare als Camaish depted this life ye first of Aprill 1659 intestate whereof ye Court haveinge notice hath decreed her onely sonne Wm Camaish who is at age & sworne. Salvo Tamen vin uirg suo juris. Decreted est et solvit xx. Invent being priced amounts to 1 pound : 10 shillings : 00 pence. The exec at age. Pledges Wm Camaish & Mich[?]: Christian Sumner, secunda et forman legis."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #40 Andreas of John Crebbin, died intestate in the Barbadoes: "Andreas: Jo: Crobbin depted this life in ye barbadose intestate whereof ye Court haveinge notice hath decreed his onely sister Bahee Crobbin administrator who is sworne accordinge to Law xxxxxx paided that if ye sd Jo: Crobbin returne to ye Island yt he shall have the benefit of his goods, notwithstandinge this decree. Salvo Tamen vincuing suo juris. Decreted est et solvit. Invent within 14 dayes subpoena 20s. Note this not performed therefore in 12d and to be brought in by a soldier. 1st August 1660: Invent amounts in ye whole to 54s sterling. Pledges for ye Administr Jo. Kneale of Ballabegg & Finloe Quark accordinge to Law. 1st August 1660: Tho: Skaly entereth his claime against ye Administr of Jo: Crobbin for ye price of a horse whch ye sd Crobbin killed xxx & craveth tryall accordinge to law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #41 Bride of Catharine xxxx als Cotter: son Edmond, dau Kathrine. [may be Cath Cotter als xxxx instead of xxxx als Cotter]

Archdeacon Will 1659 #42 Bride, of Patrick Duke/Juke: "In the name of God, amen. The last will and testament of Patrick Duck. First he committed his soule to God and to his bodie to the earth. Itt, he constituted & ordained his sone Willm his true and lawfull exec of all the xxxx his goods movable & unmovable. Itt, his wil was that if God doe please to call for his sd sone before he come to yeares of discretione, that then his two sisters Jonie & Kathren shall have all his goods whatsoever. Itt, he left his sd sisters supervisors of his sd sone & they to have the tuition of his sone & his goods duringe his minority. Testes: John, Christian, Donold Kneale, jurati. 17 June 1659: The supervisors sworn. Probat et solvit 4d. The Invent of the sd Testator priced by John Corkish, Willm Quarke, Mitchell Christin & Mitchell Kneale as followeth: Imprimis, one boule of barley & one firlet 0:11:0; Itt, one boule of oats & one fir: 0:3:4; Itt, 3 blankets & one quarte of wheat 0:3:6; Itt, 1 quarte of hempe, 3 ould vesells 0:2:8; Itt, 4 ronges[?] 4 sheepe some smale vessels 0:6:2; Itt, one yeard of linen one paire of stokens 0:0:10; Itt, one ould spade 2 sicles some candles 0:0:9; Itt, the use of a parsell of ground for 3 yearses 0:5:0; Itt, one boorde one crooke 0:1:2; Itt, halfe the roofe of 2 ould houses 0:4:0; Note that ye mothers goods is to be deducted out of this Invent. Pledges: Jo: coule accordinge to Law. May ye 31th 1669: Willm Juke came ys day to ye Records (beinge at lawfull yeeres) & acknowledgeth himselfe to be fully satisfied & paid xxx all such goods as fell due to him by the death of his father Pat Juke & in the hands of Joh: Goldsmith, & doe discharge the pledge, for the sum of 19s 2d-06; the other halfe beinge in the hands of his Ant Jony Juke: & doe by these presents acquit & discharge him the said John Goldsmith his heirs, executors administrators, & assignes for ye said sum, as witness my hand ye day & yeare above written: Willm Juke his mark W. Before me, Joh: Huddlestone, Registr. Also I do acquit & discharge my said Ant for ye other halfe of my said fathers goods in her hands being 12s 2d-06: being fully satisfied & paid, & free ye pledges, as I doe acknowledge ys day before: Willm Juke mark W. John: Huddleston Regisr."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #43 Bride, of Margaret xxxx als Crellin (OR [less likely] Margaret Crellin gals xxxx): "KK Bryde 1659: In the name of God, amen. The last will & testament of Margret Crellin. First she committed her soule to God & her bodie to Christian burial. Itt, she left to her husband halfe of the legasie that was left unto her by the death of her sister Malye. Itt, she left to the poore eight potley of maulte & the rest at the discretion of her executor. Itt, to Margret Christian one mufler. Itt, she left to Anas Howlaine one kerchief. Itt, she left to Elizabeth Thompsone one aprone. Itt, she left to Bahee Crellilne one aprone. Itt, she left to Margret Crelline one mufler. Itt, she left to Eline Crellin one smocke. Itt, she left to Anas Christian one kerchief. Itt, she constituted & ordained her sone Donold her true and lawfull executor of all the rest of her goods movable & unmovable. Testes: Thomas Cowle, Rainold Macilchrist, jurati. 17th June 1659: The exec sworne. Probt et soltiv 1s. A true & perfect Inventorie of the goods of the sd testatrix as followeth: Imprimis, the 3d part of 3 oxen 2 pounds : 6 shillings : 8 pence; Itt, the 3d part of a calfe 0:2:0; Itt, the 3d part of halfe a cowe, Itt, the 3d part of halfe a calfe 0:3:4; Itt, herrings nets, 4 yeards of linen 0:8:0; Itt, half fledge, half blanket 0:5:0; Itt, half coarse sheet, one sack 0:2:5; Itt, half fledge, half 3 blankets 0:5:0; Itt, half feather bed 0:5:0;. The exec at age. Pledges Wm Christian & Michael Kneale, secunda forman legis. 14th May 1660: xxx Patr Cowle & yy exec of Wm Joughen entereth their claime against ye exec of Margt Crellin for 9s sterling and craveth ye Law. 15th 8bris 1659: Jo: Howlaine entereth his claime against ye exec of Margrett Crellin for ye sum of 21s sterling and craveth ye Law. Wm Howlaine entereth his claime against ye sd exec for 13s 10d, and craveth ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #44 Bride of Patrick Joughin: "In nomie dei amen. The last will and testament of Patr Joughin in perfect memory who maket his will as followeth. Imprimis, he committed his soule to God & his body to Xtian buryall. Itt, he bequeathed legasye to his son Philip Joughin his part of the herring netts. Itt, to his daughtr Margrett Joughin one quarter of a heifer. Itt, he constituted and ordained his wife Ales Xtin executr of all the rest of his goods moveable & unmoveable and to see all his debts discharged. Witnesses: John Harrison, Henry Joughin, jurati. 17 June 1659: The exec at age and sworn. Probat et solvit 6d. Invent within 14 dayes subpoena 20s. 30 July 1659: The exec of Patr Joughen having failed to bring in his Invent accordinge to ye time above limited, and likewise beinge summoned to appear at this Court (as ye Sumner hath made his affadavid to performe the same. Therefore ye Court doth leave him at ye Lords mercy as his honorable Governor for ye sd fine 12d. Invent in ye xxx leaf Toward ye right hand. 30 Jul 1659: Phill Joughen entereth his claime against ye exec of Patr Joughen for 10s and craveth ye trial accordinge to Law. Jo: Casmente entereth against ye sd exec for 4 pounds sterling and craveth ye Law. KK Bride 1659: A true Invintory of the goods of Patr Joughen deceased priced by 4 sworne men Michell Cowle, Michell Christian, Wm Joughen, and Daniell Christian as followeth: Imprimis, Itim, halfe a sheete 20d; Itt, a blanket 3s; halfe a blanket 1s; Itt, a boulster 20d; Itt, 2 ould blanket 20d; Itt, halfe a pound of linen yarn 4d; Itt, half a pound of hurgin yare 4d, 5 pounds of woolen yarn 20d, *tt, half a dung forke, halfe a spit and half a spade 6d; 3 pounds of hemp unwrought 8d; Itt, the smalle vessels xxx 3d; Itt, halfe a candle stick 6d; Itt, an earthen mug 3d; Itt, 4 thraceles[?[] 12d; Itt, halfe an iorn chaine 12d; Itt, halfe a iorn gridle 3d; Itt, 10 fedem[fathom] of line 4d; Itt, 3 fedem of netts 5d; Itt, a ould bord 2d; Itt, 2 stradles 6d; Itt, ould barles 2s 10d; Itt, a sack 6d; Itt, 2 bords 8d; Itt, halfe a plow bear--- 8d; Itt, a carr 10d; Itt, a paire of haroes 6d; Itt, paire of crells 4d; Itt, in a hog 8d; Itt, in a 2 horses 10s 8d; Itt, in a calfe cowe 21s 8d; Itt, 6 sheep and 2 lams 12s. [total sum] 3 pounds : 3 shillings : 1 pence. Pledges for this Invent accordinge to Law, Phill Joughen & Jo: Casment."
See also: Archd will 1661 #43 Bride of Alice Joughin als Christian, died 20 Nov 1662: son Philip Joughin (supervisor of Margaret), daughters Bahy & Margaret (underage) Joughin. Isabel Christian for herself & her children enters a claim against the exec of Alice Christian for 10s legacy due to her husband and which Philip Joughin was bound to pay

Archdeacon Will 1659 #45 Bride, of Bahee Christian [?Bahee xxxx als Christian]: "KK Bryde 1659: In the name of God amen. The last will & testament of Bahee Christian. First she committed her soul to God and her bodie to Christian burial. Itt, she left to her son Donold one sheepe ,one lambe, a sute of cloaths, & 6d legasie. Itt, she left to her daughter in law her own halfe of two wheels a linen wheele & a woolen wheele. Itt, she left to her sd daughter in law her half of the lint & half of the smale yarne that was in the house & alsoe a kerchofe. Itt, she constituted & ordained her two children David & Eline her true & lawfull executors of all the rest of her goods whatsoever & they to have her jalfe of the croft in KK Andreas. Itt, she left her sd daughter in law Bahee Cowle supervisore of her sd children she to have the tuition of them & of their goods till they come be 14 yeares of age. Testes: Willm Christine, Will Howlaine, Rainold Macilchriste, jurati. 17 June 1659: The Supervisor to be sworne by the Sumner. Probat et Solvit 4d. The Invent to the foresd Testatrix as foloweth: Imprimis, half blanket 2s 6d, Ittt, one kerchiefe, 1 canvas, balf blanket 5s 6d; Itt, some sicles, 1 tub, half barrel, half churne 2s 4d; Itt, 2 sheepe, 1 lambe, the 3d part of a cow 14s; Itt, 4 potles of barley, 1 spade, 1 ould line 3s 0d; Itt, half quarte of woole sives & weights 1s 4d. Pledges Wm Howlaine, & Michaele Kneale accordinge to Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #46 Bride of Catharine Christian als Gill: "KK Bryde 1659: In the name of God amen. The last will and testament of Kathrine Gill. First she committed her soule to God & her bodie to the earth. Itt, she left to her son Patricke her halfe of all her lands whatsoever, her halfe of the crope of corn, her part of an oxe her part of a maire & her follower, & also her part of all the fishing lines. Itt, she left to her husband her part of a yonge sheepe. Itt, she left to her two daughters Margret & Margret Christian all the rest of her goods movable & unmovable. Itt, she constituted & ordained her son Patricke her true and lawfull exec & he to perform her will & to discharge her debts. Testes: John Joughen, Donold Gouldsmith, jurati. 17 June 1659: The exec sworne. Probat et Solvit 6d. The Invent due to the exec doth amount to 16s. The exec at age. Pledges Jo: Christen secunda forman legis. 16 March 1660: The exec of Auvirk Killey entereth their claime agains ye exec of Katherin Gill for 2 beastes and craveth ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #47 Bride of Amy Christian als Christian, died 9 February 1658/9, intestate: "Bride: Amy Christian departed this life ye 9th of Febr 1658 intestate and likewise the only child of ye sd Amy viz Ed: Christian who (by Law) ought to be and ye Court would have ordained her Administrator departing this life not capable of making any will; whereof the Court havinge notice hath decreed (accordinge to ye ancient Lawes and Customes of this Isle) the next of kindred on the motherís side from whom the goods came viz James, Anne & Jaine Christian Administrators, A legasie to ye father of ye orphant upon sight of ye Invent, viz 7 pounds. 17 June 1659. The Administr. Sworne accordinge to Law. Solvo tamen vuinge suo juie. Decreted est et Solvit 2s 6d. Invent within 14 dayes subpoena 20 pounds. Mr. Ed: Christian hath in the face of ye Court appealed from ye proceedings of this Court to ye honorable Governor, which accepted of, aid 14 dayes granted him to make good the same. Ed: Christian. An Invent of ye goods of Amy Christian as followeth: Imprimis 1 bedtick certeane goods and household stuff to ye xxxxx of 4 pounds : xx shillings : xx pence [hidden in fold]; Itt, her poiruic[?] 9[?]:xx:xx; out of which there is to be deducted for her husbands legasy 7:xx:xx. The Administr at age. Pledges Mr. Richd Tylesly xxxx according to Law. To my much Esteemed Coseen Mr Richard Stevenson xx: Cossen Stevenson: I doe hearby let fall my apeale and doe wholly stand to the order of ys Courte, Intreatinge that my daughter may by ys order what is xxx due[?] be---ge I wold sind xxxx presently by a boate at Ramsey in xxxx doinge I shall remayne yr servant, Ed: Christian. 25 June 1659. 17 June 1659: Jo: Kerrush entereth his claime against ye Administr of Amy Christian for 3 stones[?] of gray wool price 28s and craveth the Law. 15 8bris 1659: Capt Jo: Christian entereth his claime against ye Administr of his wife Amy Christian for ye sum of 40s sterling laid out by him in funeral charges & ye nursing of ye child for 1 quarter a year for which he craveth tryall accordinge to Law. 3 Jan: 1659: Isabell Quiggin entereth her clame against ye Administr of Amy Xtin for 17s sterling and craveth ye benefit of ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #48 Bride of Catharine Quark als Goldsmith, dated 26 April 1659 at top: "KK Bride 26th of Aprill 1959: The last will and testament of Kathrin Goldsmith. First committed hir soule to God, and hir bodie to Christian burial. Itt, she bequeathed all hir goods movable and unmovable unto hir son Wm Quarke, and if hir sd child should dye, hir will was that hir brother Ja: and hir sister (Ann Gouldsmith) should be exects of all hir goods movable and unmovable, and unto Wm Knealle 12d legasie. Testes: Wm Kneall, jurat. Febr 1658: This being accordinge to Law made is accepted of with one witness & the exec sworne. Probat et solvit 4d. Invent priced by sworne men amounts to 17s 6d. The exec of age. Pledges Jo & Wm Kneale secundum forman legis."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #49 Bride of Donold/Daniel Corkish: son John (left Curaghe Croft); wife (left parcel of ground he had in mortgage from Arthur Moore) , children John, William, Mark, Donold/Daniel, Jonie, Mallie, & Isabel are joint executors (John & William are at age & made supervisors of younger children) Among the inventory of fishing lines & nets, sheep & swine & a horse & colt & calf are a Ďpaire of loomesí.

Archdeacon Will 1649 #50 Bride of Philip Kneale, died intestate 13 July 1649: "KK Bride: Phill Kneale departed this life about ye 13th of July intestate wherof ye Court having notice hath decreed his children unmaryed viz Mark & John Kneale Administrtr who are at age & sworne accordinge to Law, a legasye to ye wife upon sight of ye Invent. Salvo tamen voicing suo jure. Decreted est et Solvit 1s. A true & perfect Invent of the goods of Phillip Kneale as foloweth: Imprimis, the 2 parts of a maire 8s 0d; Itt, the 2 parts of a calfe 4s 0d; Itt, 2 sheepe 2 lambes 6s 0d; Itt, one blanket 3s 0d; Itt, half barrel, half tub 1s 0d; Itt, herringe nets 3s 6d; Itt, 2 crins[?] 1 pigine 0s 6d; Itt, 2 stookes et half stoke of corne 3s 0d; Itt, half gridiron 15 beads of flaxe of creele 1s 3d. Administrator at age. Pledges Michaell Kneale & Wm KNeale accordinge to Law. 16 May 1660: Charles Moore entereth his claime against ye Administr of Phill Kneale for a horse of 5 couples of 1d rent and creveth ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #51 Bride of Henry Oates, died intestate 28 December 1658: Archdeacon Will 1659 #51 Bride of Henry Oates, died 25 December 1658 intestate: "Henry Oates departed this life about ye 25th of December intestate and ye next of kindred being several times cited to this Court to prove his will xxx any were and now was exhibited till this instant day Jo: Quittye exhibited a certificate under the hand of Sr Jo: Huddlestone & Jo: Cotter where it is certified that ye sd Henry Oates declared upon his death bed yt he had xxx given a bargaine of his goods to ye sd Jo: Quiddy and desired yt ye same might stand but forasmuch as ye witnesses have not appeared to prove ye sd Certifycate, neither doth ye sd bargain appeare proved before the Deemster according to Law xxxxx standing severall Court time given to that purpose And forasmuch likewise it appears yt David Oates son of Hen: Oates xxx not 6d nor ye value thereof by way of legasie, Therefore it is thought fitt and so decreed that ye sd David Oates & sister Jony Oates als Quiddye shall be his joint Administrators wo are sworn 15 8bris 1659. Salvo tamer vuincing suo pare[?, Latin]. Decreted est et Solvit. Invent within 14 days subpoena 10s, and that ye same may be perfected accordingly Authoritye is granted to ye Administrators to impanel a jury of honest men to find out in what hands ye goods are, There is further time given xxxx by reason of an appeale to ye goods. Xxxx amounts to 4 pounds 4 shillings 0 pence. [Pledges] Mich: Crosse & Wm xxxxxx accordinge to Law. Xxxxx you have in ye Court decreed David Oats & Jony Oats Administrators of ye father Henry Oats, I appeale therefore from your sensure to the honorable governor of ys Isle: 8ber 16the 17th 1659. [signed] John Quiddye. Xx May 1660: Jo: Cuddye entereth his claime against ye Administr of Hen. Oates for 31s 3d sterling and craveth ye Law. 3 lambe & a sheep."
See also Archd Will 1656#40 Andreas of John Oates (son of Henry); Archd Will 1657#35 Bride of William Oates (son of Henry); Archd Will 1676/7#28 Bride of Joney Quiddy als Oates (dau of Henry); & Archd Will 1672 #46 Andreas of John Quiddy (son in law of Henry); & Archd Will 1656 #40 Andreas of John Oates (son of Henry)

Archdeacon Will 1659 #52 Lezayre of Ann xxxxx als Kewney: "At Christ Leayre 8th of May 1658: The last will and testament of Ann Kewney, first committed hir soule to God, and hir bodie to Christian burial. Et debts due unto hir from Donald Skillicorne, 3 pounds wherof she bequeathed unto himselfe 21 shillings for a beast that shee was indebted unto the sd Skillicorne and the other forty shillings, to both hir daughters, due to hir from thomas Kinrad 2s 7d. She constituted, appointed, and ordained hir daughter Jonie hir true and lawfull executrix of all hir goods movable and unmovable. Debts due from Wm Standish as appeareth all 40s and 1 bowl malt. Testes: Thomas Kneale, Ro: Corlett. 2 Febr 1658: In regard the witnesses have denyed to swear that the Testatrix was of perfect memory at the makeinge therof; Therfore the Court hath ordained & decreed the sd Jony unmarried administer who is at age & sworne accordinge to Law. Decretu est et Solvit 1d. A true Inventore of the above Testatrix goods, due to hir executris: Imprimis 1 cowe, 1 heifer[?], Itt, 1 meire and half a horse, It, 12 sheepe, 6 lambes, 4 hoggs; It, 2 new white blankets, 2 canvesses; with other implements of househould stuff. The exec at age. Pledges Jo: Casement & Wm Kewney accordinge to Law. Xx Febr 1658: The Administr of Ann Kewney do enter their claime against Anne Kerrad for the sum of 18s due to her for the funeral of charges of Christian Skillicorne, and craveth tryall according to law. 8 9bris 1695: Donold Skillicorne entereth his claime against ye exec of Anne Kewney for half a teame of oxen, halfe a cropp of corne of 6 4th part of a quarter of ground & other Intack with xxx husbandry geares and craveth ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 # 53 Lezayre of Donold / Daniel Corlett, died 28 September 1659: "The last will and testament of Donald Corlett of KK Christ Leeyre who departed this life the 28th of September 1659. First committed his soule to God, and his bodie to Christian burial, etc. Itt, he bequeathed unto his wife halfe a maire. Itt, he bequeathed unto his sone Edmond one quarter of one cow, one sheep one lambe. Itt, unto both his sisters Kathrin and Christin one hogg betwixt them both. Itt, he bequeathed unto his youngest sister Kathrin 6d legasie and his blessinge. Itt, he bequeathed unto his eldest brothers sone one lamb. Itt, he bequeathed unto Mr Jo. Christian one mutton. Itt, he constituted and ordayned his two sons Edmond and Ewan his true and lawfull executors of all his goods movable and unmovable. Testes: Ed Gill, Wm Knekle, jurati. 15 8ber 1659: The Court hath ordained his son Edm: as Supervisor to ye child under yearses who is sworn. Probat et Solvit. 6d. A true Inventorie of the within Testators goods due to his executor, Imprimis his part of 2 line 1:xx:xx; Itt, for his part of the cropp[?] of on house, and for other certayne other implements 2:7:1. Praisors: Wm Corlett, Ed Gill, Wm Knickle. The goods of ye eldestt done in his own hands & ye goods of ye youngest child in ye mothers possession. Pledges for ye same Edw: K----[hidden in fold] & Wm Knickle. Ye executors at lawful yeares & hath this day in the face of ye Court discharged their pledges & acknowledgeth to have ye goods in their owne hands. 11 Febr 1659: Wm Culett entereth his clame againse ye exec of Do: Curlett for 10s sterling and craveth the Law.

Archdeacon Will 1659 #54 Lezayre of John Kewney, made 2 May 1656, proved 1659: "KK Christ Le ayre (28 June 1658 [has been crossed out]): The last will and testament of Jo Kewney which he made the 2th of May 1656. First he committed his soul to God and his bodie to Christian burial, etc. Itt, he constituted and ordained his sone William his true and lawfull executor of all his goods movable and unmovable. It, unto the witnesses 1 lambe. Debts due from him unto Robert Kewney 22 shillings for which he desired his exector to sell one oxen and to pay him and to take the overplus to himselfe. Testes: Ro: Kewney, juratus. xx Febr 1658: The Exec sworn. Cum cousin ses partius. Probat et solvit 4d. The Exec being at age upon his oath saith that there is noe Invent but one oxen price 22 s. Pledges to secure the office: Jo: Kewney & Tho: Casment accordinge to Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 # 55 Lezayre of Richard Kinread, dated 12 May 1659 at top: "KK Christ Le ayre 12 of May 1659: the last [will] and testament of Ricd Kinread, first committed his soule to God and his bodie to Christian burialetc. Itt, he bequeathed unto hi father his whole apparel. Itt, his will was that his wife should haive his part of the lands as longe as she would be able for it. Itt, he constituted appointed and ordained his two daughters viz: Joine and Molly his true and lawfull executrices of all his goods movable and unmovable. Testes: Jo: Killip, Tho Kinread. The Court hath ordained ye next of kinred on ye father side viz Gilbt & Katherin Kinred Supervisors who are to be sworn at next Court and in ye meantime Tho: Kinred ye grandfather hath sworne in their behalf and the wife also. Probat et solvit ;6d. A true Inventorie of the above testators goods due to his executors: Imprimis, his part f one old horse 10s; Itt, his part of one younge maire 10s; Itt, his part of three beosts 1:8:0; Itt, some sheepe 0:8:0; Itt, smale implements of household stuff 0:10:xx; Itt, his part of ye goates 0:2:8; More to be added at Michaelmass viz the stokes price 2:0:0. The praysors Jo: Kinread, Wm Killip, Finlo Kneen, Wm Corlett Sumner. The goods in the mothers custodye and Robt Calye and Jo: Killip pledges for the four xxxxxx xxxx therof and to secure the office subpoena duble valu. By virtue of the annexed paper ye securitye above xxxxxx xxxxxxx & Thomas Kinley[?] and John Kinread become pledges. 11 Febr 1659: Don: Xtin entereth his clame against ye exec of Richd Kinred for 14d & craveth ye Law. We whose names are subscribed being the supervisors of Jony Kinread ye onely daughter of Richd Kinread deceased do accordinge to our oathes adde unto ye inventory of the foresd Richard as due goods unto his child te]wenty stoukes of oats & firlett of dry corne as witness our names June ye 19th 1662 and if need require we will produce witnesses to testify the same: Tho: Kinread, Gilbert Kinread."

Archdeacon Will 1659 # 56 Lezayre of Philip Curghey: sister Joine, sister Ann, brotherís son Robert; brother Ewan; wife alive; brotherís son John (father is Ewan); John Coavine
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Archdeacon Will 1659 #57 Lezayre of Rowland Stanley, dated 1 December 1658 at top: "December the first 1658: The last will and testament of Rowland Stanley. First I bequeath my soule to the hands of my Creator and Redeemer, and my bodie to Christian burial. Item, I leave the three beast that are there (viz): the in-calfe cowe and one of the other two, to my brother Garrett and my sister Jane. And the other cowe to be bestowed upon my burial and funeral xxxx. Item, I leave to my brother Thomas my bootes, and a coate that little Thomas hath in makinge. Item, I leave to my brother George the sword that he hath in his owne hands and the belt. Item, I leave to my cozen Charles my gun & bag. Item, I leave to my brother Garrett my oxe at Ballacuden [or Ballacaden]. Item, I leave my brother Ned the five shillings for cot[?] work of the oxe, and my bufe[?] coate. Item, I leave to my brother Key and his wife the elaven shillings in ther owne hands. Item, I leave to my cozen Willm Garrett five shillings. Item, I leave to my cozen Jane Key my trunke. Item, I leave to my cozen Tho: Nicholson my clothes & 2 pare of stockings. Item, I leave my cozen Roger the dublett within the trunke. Item, I leave to John Cubon two shillings & one pare of stockings. Item, I leave to my sister Jane the feather bed and clothes. Item, I leave to my brother Will: what remaines in his owne hands. Item, I leave amongst my brother Garretts servants two shillings six pence. Item, I leave my cozen Charles my cast[?] of instruments & my vasthange[?] bole[?]. Item, I leave to my cozen Nanssie[?] a box to keep lyrin[?]. Item, I doe constitude, ordaine, & appointe my brother Willm Stanley my executor of all my goods movable and unmoveable. Testes: Willm Christian, Thomas Christian, Willm Garrett, jurati. 27th June 1660: The exec sworne. Probat et Solvit 8d. Invent: 3 pounds besides what is included in ye will. Pledges to secure the office: Jo: Garret & Jo: Key according to Law. Xx 9bris 1659: David Murrey entereth his clame against ye exec of Rowland Stanley for ye summe of 12s 7d, and craveth tryall accordinge to Law. Robt Fargher entereth his clame against ye sd exec for 10s 6d and craveth the Law. 23 June 1660: Anthony Halsall entereth his clame against ye exec of Rowland Stanley for 8s & craveth ye Law."
Note: Rowland wrote his will himself in its entirety. Note: ĎCození seems to mean nephew / niece in this will. John Garrett (?one of the pledges) is married to Jane Stanley; Is John Key, the other pledge, married to another sister of Rowland Stanley? Also, did another sister of Rowland marry a Mr. Nicholson, with son Thomas Nicholson?

Archdeacon Will 1659 #58 Lezayre of Edmond Kissack, died intestate 20 April 1659: "Edmond Kissack departed this life about the 20th of Aprill 1659 intestate whereof the Court havinge notice hath decreed the children viz William & Jaine Kissack Administratr who are at age & sworn accordinge to Law. Salvo tamen vinuing suo jure. Decrete est et Solvit 6d. A true Inventorie of all the goods of Edmond Kissage who dyed intestate: Imprimis 2 prts of an old cowe 0:10:0; Ite, his part ot three sheepe 0:3:0; Ite, his pte of all other implements 0:9:6. Praisers: Ewan Kissage, Wm Corlett, Wm Corlett Sumner. Pledges Wm Curlott & Ewan Kissack accordinge to Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #59 Lezayre of Richard Mason, died 17 March 1658/9: "Triente Lez Aire: Richd Mazon depted this life about the 17th March 1658 intestate whereof ye Court having notice hath decreed his 2 children unmarried viz Jon. & Margritt Mazon Administor. The sd Margrett had delivered her rights of ye Administracion to her eldest brother that is marryed who alledgeth that the other Administrator hath done the like, however ye Court hath sworne Jo: ye elder administrar accordinge to Law and to be answeareable to his brother in face they doe xxxxxxxxxxxx agree about xxx. Salvo tamen vinuinge suo juri. Decretu est et Solvit. A true Inventorie of all the goods of Ricd Mayson who dyed intestaed, due to his children: Imprimis his pt of three beasts 0:15:0; Ite, for sheepe and other implements 0:8:0; Ite, more 2 sheepe and halfe a sheepe 0:3:0; Ite, 1 pound of flax 0:0:8; Ite, 6 yeard a halfe of --sh-tt 0:2:x; Ite, his pte of seven yeards of raw cloath 0;2:x. Debts to be deducted out of the sd Inventorie 0:5:0. Praysers Wm Corett, Jo:Crobbin, Wm Kneall, Wm Corlett. Pledges: John Casment with ye sd Jo: Mazon secunda forman legis."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #60 Lezayre of Robert Kewney, died in Ireland 29 July 1649: "Robt Kewney depted this life in Ireland ye 29th of July 1649 intestate wherof the Court having notice hath decreed his 2 children Jo: & Alice Kewney Administr. And ye Ant Katherin Kewney supervisor who is sworne and ye wife also, a legasye to ye wife upon sight of ye Invent viz 1s. Salvo tamen vinuinge suo jure. Decreted est et Solvit 1s. 26 July 1660: Don: Quayle entereth his claime agst ye Administr of Robt Kewn for 20s sterling for wch he hath a piece of land of 1d of rent in mortgage, Redeemeable on Candlemas day in xxxx year, Therefor he craveth ye Law. A true Inventorie of all the goods of Ro: Kewney who dyed in Ireland the 29th of July 1649: Imprimis, 2 litill vessels price 3s 4d; Ite, half bonskett[?] 18d; Ite, two ptes of one steere 10s 8d; Ite, one sooke[?or horse], and 1 maries spayed in the custodie of Thomas Kinred and his wife; Ite, in the custodie of Wm Kinred one coulter; Ite, due from Ro: Kewney 2 boules of oates; Ite, due from Isable Cottier, one gridiron. Pledges for ye supervisor Tho: Carrett & Phill R---- accordinge to Law. May 1th 1633: John Kewney the Administrator beinge at Lawful years hath received the sume of fifteen shillings & six pence wch he acknowledgeth paid to him by Donald Quaile & craves this to be entered for his acquittance of the sd xxx. Witness my hand Jo: Kewney X."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #61 Lezayre of Philip Cotter, died 30 May 1659 intestate: KK Christ Lez are 1659: Phillip cotter departed this life about ye 30th of May intestate whereof ye Court havinge notice hath decreed his 3 children viz Ewan, Jo:, & Robt Administr. The Court hath ordained Ewan ye child at age together with his sukle Jo: Cotter Supervisors who are sworne, a legasye to ye mother upon sight of ye Invent. Saluo Tamen vinuing suo jure. Decreted est et Solvit 1s. A true & perfect Invent: of the goods moveable & unmoveable of Phillip Cotter priced by John Carrett, John Casement, John Mazon & Willm Stephen as followeth: Imprimis half barrel & some oud vessels 0:1s:6d; Itt, half pot, half gridiron, half 2 ould blankets 0:3:2; Itt, half parte of hurds, half paire of loomes & geares 0:7:2; Itt, half firlet mault, half rakentree, sieves & weights 0:2:3; Itt, the two part of an heifer the 2 parts of a ----ter of a cowe [and] Itt, the 2 parts of a pige, the 2 parts of a sow 20s; Itt, the crope of corne beside. More to added xxx at Michaelmas xxxxx 9s. Pledges for ye Supervisors ye eldes tson Jo: & Robt Cotter according to Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #62 Lezayre of John Kinread, died 7 February 1658/9 intestate: "Jo: Kinred departed this life about ye 7th of Febr 165x intestate wherof ye Court haveinge notice hath decreed his brother & 2 sisters by father & mother viz Robt, Katherin, & Jony Kinred, and Do: Kinred by the father side accordinge to his proporcion Administr who are at age & sworn accordinge to Law. Salvo Tamen vinuing suo jure. Decreted est et Solvit 6d. A true Inventori of the good of John Kinred who departed this life the 6th of Feb 1658 intested: Im;primis 6 sheepe 10[?] muttons and 3 lambes all praysed to 24s; Itt, morie in the hands of Ro: Kinred 5s 6d; Itt, morie, in the hands of Donald Kinread 15s xxd. The Exec at age. Pledges Do: Quaile with the sd Administr accordinge to Law. 11th Febr 1659: The Administr of Jo: Kinred entereth the claime agst Tho: Caisment for 7s 4d, agst Wm Carrett for 6s, agst Katherin Caistment for 3s, agst Jo: Carrett & Do Skillicorne for all wch they craveth benefit of ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #63 Lezayre of Ewan Crow, died intestate before 17 June 1659 [per face sheet for Lezayre defuncts dated 17 Jun 1659]: "Ewan Crow departed this life intestate wherof ye Court having notice hath decreed his only son Ewan Crow administer who is blind. The wife is sworne to be true to ye Ewan and to bringe in a true Invent. Decretu est et Solvit xx. Invent 19s & 10 stookes of oates. Pledges to keep ye office harmless accordinge to law, Sir Ed: & Sir Wm Crowe."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #64 Maughold of Mary xxxx als Kermode, died 30 December 1658 intestate: "Mary Kermod departed this life about the 30th of December intestate wherof y Court haveinge notice hath decreed her brethren & sister viz, Jo:, Wm & Jony Kermod by father & mother, Alice Kermod by ye father onely according to per proporcion administer who are at age & sworne & the husband also, a legasye to ye husband upon sight of ye Invent viz, 5s. Salvo temen vincinge suo jure. Decreted est et Solvit 1s 6d. Maughall 1658: The goods of Mary Kermoad prized by Wm Corkle, Patrick Cowle, Edward Christin & Robt Callow: The several trifling particules al comprised together amounted only to the sum of 2 pounds 14 shillings 0 pence. Besides 3 or 4 years on her part of row cloath in the weavers house and 2 yeards of pledding. The Administr at age. Pledges Jo: & xx Corkill, secunde forman."
SEE WILL 1659 #70 Maughold of Joney Kermode, Maryís sister

Archdeacon Will 1659 #65 Maughold of Elizabeth Black als xxxxx, died 4 December 1658: "KK Maghold 1658: The last Will & Testament of Eliza: Black wife of Jo: Blacke of Ramsey merchant who departed this life ye 4th day of December in ye yeare abovesaid. Itt, She bequeathed to her six children twenty pounds apiece; & her husband abovesd executor of all ye rest of her goods. Testes: Robt Allen, Robt Christian, jurat. 2 Febr 1658: The exec sworne. Probat et Solvit 1s. per me, Thom Norris, Registrie. The exec beinge at Age hath given securitye Sir Ed: Crowe minister of KK Christ Leare, & Hen: Caltroppe not onely to pay & satisfy the childrens procions mencioned & expressed xxxx to pay & satisfy all debts lawfully paid but also to secure & keepe harmless the xxxx[hidden in fold] from all further suites and incumbrances that may arise. Subpoena 200 pounds to the Lords use xxx further to Testifye the same they have subscribed their names this 2 of Febr 1658. Ed: Crowe, Henry Calthorp. Look more of this business in the last leafe fore more of debts. Debts due upon ye deseaseds part: Mr. Henry Qualthorpe 11 pounds : 5 shillings : 6 pence; Robt Cowle dyer 4:13:0; from Thomas Casement 3:14:0; John Wattleforth 1:5:0; from Sr Edward Crow 2:8:6; from Jo: Crow Gladoofe 0:19:0; from Robt Christin Baltrim 1:3:0; from Edward Kissage of Kerrow more 0:10:6; from Phillip Cowle of Ramsey 0:8:6; George Ewart of Cumberland 3:0:0; due from several persons in KK Christ Leyair as appears by the booke of particules 12:0:0; Due in the same manner in ye parish of KK Andreas 6:0:0; Due in like manner out of KK Bride 2:10:0; Due also in like manner in KK Maughall 4:00:0; Out of Ballaugh & Jourby 1:0:0; out of KK Michael 1:0:0. More to be added 20 pounds, due from Hen: Qualtrough of KK Christ Ley Ayre and acknowledged by himself the day of payment 5 of March wch is designed[?] for the use of her son Hugh Black. Looke back to the next side of the leafe. Mr. Thomas Noras I desire you to xxxxx xxxx upon the last of Janauarie in your xxxx your pro------s 1659: Henry Carbooy[?] 12 pounds : 0 shillings : xx pence; John Watilford 1:0:0: Ewan Blackbird 3:4:0; Robart Christin baltrim xxxxxx 1:6:0; Edmond & John Caret of KK Christ 1:8:0; John Caisment of par-hban[?] 0:1:0; Captan Christine 0:10:0; Robart Christine of Lang[?] 1:0:0; Robart Crow of Glanduf 0:5:0; xxxx More 0:5:0; Captan Curghie 0:15:0; Willm Carat shoe maker 0:10:0; Patrick Knaile KK Andras 0:5:0; Donel Macgorlay[?] 0:4:0; xx John Hoddelson 1:6:0; James Kinry 0:3:6; Duncan Fail of the foutlh[?] KK Andras 0:15:0; Willm Crow of the Gilghah 0:11:0; Michel Coure[?] of KK Andreas 0:4:0; Richard[?] Sansboray[?] 0:7:0; Captan John Christin 0:10:0; Robart[?] Corled roes 0:4:0; Willm Kenley[?, Kewley] 0:2:0; Edmon Crow of glantraman 0:4:0; Thomas Quaile 1:0:0. I desire you to enter these names xxxxxxx the last of Janauarie and I shall pay you at thenext meiting. Xx Febr 1659: The exec of Eliz Blacke doth enter his claim agst all ye affornamed persons for ye several sums & xxx xxx, and craveth the benefit of ye Law. Ultimo die 9bris 1659: Michell Xpin Sumner hath made his affidavid yt he charged Wm Moore to appeare before Capt Stevenson at ye suite of ye exec of Eliz: Blacke and hath disobeyed therefore in fine 6d. Ultimo die 9bris 1659: Wm Curleod Sumner hath made his affidavid yt he charged these persons followeinge to appeare before Capt Stevenson at ye suite of ye exec of Eliz Blacke and have disobeyed therefore in fine: James Xpan 12d, Wm Carrett 12d in ye Kelly Shelder, Tho: Callister 12d, Wm Standish, Jo: Carrett 12d; Patr Kneale 12d, Jony Xpn 12d, Jo: Carrett of ye Arye 12d, Duncan Faile 12d his sone ye cobler. Ultimo die 9bris 1659: Patr Cowle sumner hath made his affidavid that he charged Tho Bodagh 12d, Robt Calow 12d, Richd Cottingham 12d & Hen: Xtin 12d, to appeare before Capt Stevenson at ye suite of ye exec of Eliz: Blacke & have disobeyed, Therefore in fine.[the 12d by each name is the fine imposed on each person] Sir Edw: Crow: You are heerby authorized & likewise desired to take the oath of Sr Robt Allen concerneing the probacion of this will and It is order that all parties wm it concerns shall have a chardge to bee present Date ye 12th Febr 1660. Hugh Cannell, Jam:Moore To Mr Hugh Cannell, and Mr James Moore, these presents: Reverend Brethren, my best wishes and respects ever tendered, etc. I have accordinge unto your Authority, and commands layd upon me (beene this 14th of Feabr 1660 with Mr. Robt Allen who nowe lyeth waiting upon his bed of sickeness, till the ch----- hand of the Almighty be stretched out to haloe him, and after a litill conference with him, I shewed[?] him your authority and commands layed upon me in which place and tyme Jo: Blacke and the party concerned were then present when I desired the sd Mr. Allen to sweere to the will of Eliza Blacke wife of Jo: Blacke his answer unto mee was that what he had done before was suffitiont for he did order us to sweare by any will nor never would hee be witness to any will hearaftr if God would lend him life but as for that will of Elizabeth Blacke he said that he layde upon his sicke bed before Almighty God and that the sd Elizabth spake noe insensible words but that the will xxxx instant was ye very words spoken by hirselfe, and in perfect memorie to the best of his knowledge soe he xxxx noe more to saye at the present, I commit xxx to Gods holy protection and rest, your ever loving Brother Ed: Crowe, This 14th of Feab 1660. I doe atest & wittnes wt Sir Ed. Crow hath prove[?] xxxxxxx xxxxx: ye same being uttered by me Robt xxxxx. Mr. Allen benye[being] not able to come to the Courte his oath is referred to be taken by me who hath deposed the will above xxxx to be true in every particular and that he cold not perceive by any of her expressions but that she was in perfect memory when she mayd the said Will. July 16th 1662, Rob: Allen. October the 19th 1662. John Harrison. Copier xxx exam, per me xxxxx Crowe, Regr Episcop."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #66 Maughold of William Quorke died intestate 20 November 1658, from drowning: "Wm Quorke departed this life by extremitye of water in KK Concan River about ye 12th of 9ber 1759 intestate wherof ye Court haveinge notice hath decreed his brother & sisters viz Richd, Wm, Katherin, and Jony Quorke Administrators. The sd Richd & Wm onely sworn. Salvotamen vinuing suo jure. Decretu est et Solvit xx. Invent: 12 s 4 d. To be deducted 10d. The Administrator at age. Pledges Robt Christen General Sumner accordinge to Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #67 Maughold, of Catharine Cowle, dated April 1658: "KK Mahold first[?] of April 1659: The last will and testament of Kathrin Cowle, first committed hir soule to God, and hir bodie to Christian burall. Itt, she bequeathed unto hir eldest brother Richard hir part of the crope of corne hir parte of the teame of oxen, with all other husbandrie geares. Itt, she bequeathed unto hir sd brother, and hir brother Thomas hir parte of the sheepe. Itt, she bequeathed unto hir brother Wm 2 sheepe 2 lambes. Itt, she bequeathed unto hir mother hir part of all the catle[?] and household stuff and shee to dispose of it, to hir sister Margerie. Itt, shee bequeathed unto Ellinor Cowle 1 sheepe 1 lambe. Itt, shee constituted and ordained hir mother hir true and lawfull executor of all hir goods movable and unmovable. Testes: Ro: Christian, Isable Cowle, jurati. 2 Febr 1658: The exec sworne. Probat et Solvit. Invent included in the fatherís. Pledges Ewan Curghy & Richd Cowle, secunde forman legis. [on the Maughold face sheet dated 30 Jan 1657/8, page 111] Patr Cowle Sumner of KK Mayhold hath made his affidavid and that he summoned the next of kinred of Katherin Cowle to appeare at this Court and have disobeyed therefore in fine 12d and to be brought in by a soldier at next Court. To Nichols Christian soldier: Wheras it appears by the affidavid of Patr Cowle Sumner of KK Mauhold That the next of kinred of Katherin Cowle disobeyed to appeare at the last Wil Court beinge lawfully summoned; Therfore you are to require[?] the sd next of kinred to appear at KK Christ Ley Aire on Friday the 2th of this Instant to satisfy the Law otherwise up;on their neglect you are to comitt their bodyes and this shall be your warrant date 11 May 1658. Richd Stevenson. Xxxxx per me, Thom Norris, Regr."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #68 Maughold of Doncan Costen, died 12 February 1658/9: Maughold xxx 7th 1659: The last will and testament of Doncan Costen who departed this life February 12th 1658. Imprimis he bequeathed to his daughter Katherin Costen halfe his part of a croppe of coarne, halfe a maire, a quarter of a fallowe cowe, half a calf of a yeare old. Itt, to James Collish 2 pottles of oats. Itt, he constituted & appointed to his daughter Margert Costen halfe executor of all the rest of his goods moveable & unmoveable, & his two sonnes vidz Willm & John Costen joint executor of the other halfe. Testes Robt Allen, Wm Christin. 2nd June 1659: The Exec sworne. Probat et Solvit 1s. An Inventory of the goode of ye above named Doncan Costen taken & priced by Wm Christin, Do: Cowle, Jo: Quarke & Wm Lowney jurati. Imprimis & xxxxx in toto 12 pounds sterling. The exec at age. Pledges James Colleish, & Patr Cowle, accordinge to Law. Xxxxx 1659: Jo: Costeane entereth his claime against ye exec of Doncan Costean for his mothers porcion of goods and craveth ye Law. James Colleish entereth for 2 dayes plowing and for part[?] in his corne and craveth the Law. 11 Febr 1659: Alice Cowle entereth against ye sd exec of Doncan Costeane for 9s and 2 batts of barley for 9 years for wch she craveth ye Law, also for a chist and ye interest therof. Do: Joghe entereth against ye exec of Doncan Costeane for ye benefit of his contraction bargain yt he yet wants and craveth ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #69 Maughold of Ann Corkill als Cashin als Creer, died 26 July 1659: "The last will & Testament of Ann Creere who departed this life July 26th 1659: Imprimis she bequeathed herselfe unto ye handes of her Creatour & Redeemer. Itt, she left unto ye Vicar a mutton, & to Jane his wife a mutton. Itt, to her sister Margerts 2 children she left 2 sheepe. Itt, to Kathern Cashin one sheepe. Itt, to Alice Calow she left a sheepe. Itt, she bequeathed unto her husband William Corkill her part of the rideinge horse, & her parte of a specled heifer. Itt, she left & bequeathed to the poore 2 sheepe, & what her husband & sonne should thinke fitt to given with it. Itt, she constituted & appointed her sonne Phillip Chasin sole executor of all the remainder of her goods moveable & unmoveable. Testes: Ro: Allen, Malowney Quarke, jurati. Xx 8bris 1659: the exec sworne. Probat et Solvit 1s. The goods of the aforenamed Ann Creere bdeinge priced by Christopher Calow & William Callow amounteth to the sume of 23 pounds 3 shillings. The exec at age. Pledges accordinge to Law Wm Callow & Wm Corkill. Jo: Corkill entereth his claime against ye exec of Ann Creere for 10d in money & ye xxxx 12 head of beats for a whole year, & a xxxx of goods due to his wife Margrett Creere xxx half a firlet barley & craveth ye Law."

Archdeacon Will 1659 #70 Maughold of Joney Kermode, died intestate: "Jony Kermod departed this life intestate wherof ye Court haveinge notice hath decreed her 2 brothers viz Wm & Jo: Kermod by father and mother, and Allice Kermode sister by the father side onely accordinge to her proporcion administer who are at age & sworne accordinge to Law. Salvo tamen vinuinge suo juri. Decretus est et solvit 6d. Invent priced by 4 sworne men amounts to ye summe of 15s 6d. Chuc---[?] duteyes & funeral charges to be deducted being 5s. The exec at age. Pledges secunda forman legis Jo: Corkill & Wm Calowe."
SEE WILL 1659 #64 Maughold of Mary xxxx als Kermode, Joneyís sister


 

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