WILL OF THOMAS HUXTABLE
OF EAST BUCKLAND
11 JULY 1622
The following information was copied from documentation made available to me by Barbara Payne from Huxtable Farm, Devon.
O.M. Coll. 8/36
Huxtable, Thomas of East Buckland, Yeoman
Date of Will, 11 July 1622
Proved 23 August 1622 by Katherine Huxtable, oath coram (in the presence of) Bartholomew Moore, rectore de Highbray.
To my son Thomas H. my lands and Tenements in Heanton Punchardon, Braunton, South Molton, and Marwood; also 50 Pounds.
To my daughter Rose H., 65 Pounds 13 Shillings and 4 Pence; within 3 years, or within 2 years of marriage.
To my daughter-in-law Joan H.
To John H., son of my brother John H. the rent which my sd. brother oweth me for Newport Close.
To my sister Anne Greene
To Thomas and Richard, sons of Richard H. decd at 21. residue to Katherine my wife whom I make my exx.
Overseers my brother-in-law, Mr. Bartholomew Moore, Mr. William Pyncombe, and Richard Holway.
(W) Bartholomewe Moore, Clerk, Hawle
Willm. Pyncombe, Richard Holwaye
(pP.C.C. 76 Saville)
The following was attached to a Huxtable Will written in Latin:-
James Buckingham, quereut
Richard Nott and Thomasina, his wife, deforciants.
1/6 part of are messuage, one garden, three gardens, 40a. of land, 7 a. of meadow, 50a. of pasture, 2a. of wood, with appurtenances in Huxtable alias Huxtabell, East Buckland. (not an exact description of property concerned).
60 Pounds (notional sum)
Dated within Octave of feast of St. Martin (10 November)
Anne 9 (1710)
Can anyone help me with more information?
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