Simon's Family History

 
ELEVENTH GENERATION


John INGRAM was buried on the 6 Nov 1710 in Quainton, Buckinghamshire.

He was married to Ellin, the marriage has not been found.

Ellin was buried on 23 Sep 1705 in Quainton.

John made a will:-
8 Jun 1709
Eldest son Richard 5
Daughters Ellin, Ann & Elizabeth 20 shillings apiece to be paid within 12 months after my decease.
Daughter Constance now wife of Thomas Stanley of Quainton 40 shillings to be paid one year after my decease by my executor, which said 40 shillings is mentioned in a certain deed of gift made to my son Thomas bearing date 12 Dec 1705 of all that my messuage and tenement in Quainton with all and singular the houses, outhouses, barns, cowhouse, hovill, garden, platt, yard, and backside, profits and appurtenances whatsoever unto ye said messuage or tenement belonging.
Son Thomas all and singular my lands and being in the fields of Quainton .. provided he doth keep me during my natural life with meat, drink, and wearing apparel, washing and lodging, and allow me tenn shillings a year pocket money, and to pay to my son-in-law John Marshall all the money that is now owing to his from me.
Son Thomas sole executor.
Mark of John Ingram
Witnesses Joseph Crook jnr., John Eeeles snr., Henry Eeeles.
Proved 8 Dec 1711.

Children were:

Constance INGRAM .


 

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