Wills Thistlethwayte

Wills ~ THISLEWAYTE surname

Will of Alexander Thistlethwayte 1733, Hungerford, Berks
Last Will and Testament of 19 Oct 1732, proved 17 Feb 1733
Signed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of Danial Brown, William Sinchback and Jonathan Hzaheild
 
I Alexander Thistlethwayte the elder of Hungerford County of Berks Gentleman …..
Beneficiaries: Francis (son), Mary (dau), Sarah (dau), Dorothy (dau), Susan (dau), Alexander (son), Richard Birt the elder (Kinsman of of Cricklade), Wife
Others Mentioned: Thomas Crooper (of Hampsted, yeoman)
Estate mentioned: Leasehold at Horselhill, Parish of Little Bedwin, Wilts, estate in Parish of Hungerford, Leasehold estates in Hampsted Marshall, County of Berks
Note: Dorothy has to obtain consent from sole custodians Susan Thistlethwayte and Richard Birt the elder, should she wish to marry
Executors: Alexander, Sarah and Richard Birt the elder
Source: National Archives (A2A), document reference PROB 11/657
Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Will of Alexander Thistlethwayte 1740, Winterslow, Wilts
Last Will and Testament of 5 Nov 1739, proved 13 Feb 1740
Signed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of John Collins, Benjamin Fry
 
I Alexander Thistlethwayte of Winterslow County of Wilts Gentleman …..
Beneficiaries: Alexander (son), Frances (son), Robert (son), Edward Arnold (servant), Deborah Saintsbury (servant), George Bowditch (Rector of Winterslow), Francis Powell (of City of New Sarum)
Note: A Trust for son Robert as under age of 21 years
Executors: George Bowditch and Francis Powell
Source: National Archives (A2A), document reference PROB 11/700
Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Will of Bridget Thistlethwayte 1750, Hungerford, Berks
Last Will and Testament of 13 May 1750, proved 26 May 1750
Signed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of George Garrard, Joseph Early, Edward Slaysteed
 
I Bridget Thistlethwayte, of Hungerford County of Berks Widow …..
Beneficiaries: Mary Lawrence (dau and wife of Thomas esq)
Sole Executor: Mary Lawrence
Source: National Archives (A2A), document reference PROB 11/779
Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury<

Will of Francis Thistlethwayte 1741, Hungerford, Berks
Last Will and Testament of 28 Sep 1734, codocil 26 Dec 1739, proved 20 Aug 1741
Signed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of Wm Cheyney, Wiam Blundy and Charles Viner
Codocil Sealed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of Elizabeth Church, Geo Church and Geo Church Jnr
 
I Francis Thistlethwayte of Hungerford County of Berks Gentleman …..
Beneficiaries: Alexander of Trinity College, Oxon (Brother), Bridget (Widow and Mother), Sister (not named)
Beneficiaries of Codocil: Mary Parks and Charles Viner (present Servants)
Estates mentioned: Houses and Lands in Hungerford. Leasehold estate at Horselhill, Parish of Little Bedwin, Wilts
Sole Executor: Alexander Thistlethwayte
Note: refers to Fathers last Will and Testament
Source: WSHC Chippenham, document reference P5/1741/36

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