Wills Whytte

Wills ~ WHYTTE surname

Will of John Whytte 1599, Marston, Wilts
Last Will and Testament of 7 May 1599, and Probate 21 Jul 1599
Signed Sealed and Published in presence (witnesses) of William Goodyere, John Salter, John Bristow, Humfry Edwards, Henry Gawen, William Myntie, Walter Myntie
I John Whitt of Marston, within the Parish of Potterne, County of Wilts, Husbandman …..
Beneficiaries: Lady Church of Sarum, Church of Potterne, Poorman’s box of Potterne, Agnes (wife), John (son), Mary/Marie (Dau), Agnes (dau), William Goodyere Clarke, William Bristow
Others mentioned: Richard Whitt (brother), Symon Dalmar of Seend, William Ford Junr of Keevill, John Gaisford of Bulkington, Thomas Symes, Thomas Smies, William Mays of Poulshotm William Goodyere Clark, William Goodyere junr, Nicholas Selfe, Walter Myntie of Worton, Roger Townsend, John Hydringe, Thomas Leachman,
William Bristow, junr, gent of Potterne, Richard Pearse, John Goodinow of Marston, Henry Aust, Robert Detie of Tilshead?, John Barlow of Shrewton, Robert Colds of Ashton?, Richard Longman of Little Cheverell, Richard Rumsted, John Mynyie of Earl Stocke
Executrix: Agnes Whitt (wife)
Overseers: William Bristow, Humfrey Edwards, John Ellis als Br(e)wer, Alice Dalmar
Land mentioned: Lease of Withie Mead and Ten acres in Long Mead. Lease of the messuage and tenement with the appurtenances
Source: National Archives, document reference PROB 11/94/169
Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Notes: Within document surname written as White and Whitt, whilst document at NA as Whytte.
No burial recorded at Potterne parish registers for John White
John Whit baptised 15 Jun 1591 (no father given) at Potterne
Mary White 24 Jul 1587 (no father given) at Potterne
No Agnes recorded in the Potterne parish registers
Agnes White, mother, buried 1 Sep 1633 at Potterne, widow