FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
ROGER AND MARGARET HAYNES
In the name of God Amen, the eighth day of November in the yeare of our Lord God 1599, I Roger Heynes of Mollington in the parish of Cropredie and Countie of Warw, husbandman beinge weake in bodie but of sounde and pfect remembrannce thanks be to God, revoking all former willes do ordayne and make this my last will and testament in maner and forme following: Ffirst, I bequeath my soule into the hands of Almightye God, my maker hopinge to have full remission of all my sinnes onelie by the bloud shedding of Jesus Christ , and my bodie to be buried in the churchyard of Mollington aforesaid. Item,I give towarde the repaire of the saide church 12d. Item, I give toward the repaire of Cropredie church 12d. Item, I give to everie poore household in Mollington aforesaide not having lande 12d. an househould. Item, I give and bequeath unto Richard Heynes my sonne the somme of five markes of lawfull English money to be payde unto him within one yeare next after my decease. Item, I give and bequeath unto Johan Heynes my daughter the somme of five pounds of lawfull English money to be payde her within one yeare next after my decease yf shee shalle then meried or within one yeare next after her saide marriage. But if shee shall depart this life before shee be married then my wish is that the saide somme of five pounds shall remaine and be unto my executor hereafter named. Item, I give unto Thomas Heynes my sonne two of the first ewes as they shall come out of the fold or pen. Item I give unto Anne Tims my daughter a sheepe. Item I give unto Margarett Gryffyn my daughter a sheepe. Item I give unte Ales Johnes my daughter a sheepe. Item, I give unto Henry Hannes my nephew a sheepe to be when he shall accomplish the full age of sixteene yeares. Item, I give unto Symon Heynes my sonne a sheepe. And my will is that whereas the Symon doth owe me the somme of ten pounds ten shillings of lawfull English money, that if hereafter it shall please God to enrich him of substance to the value of twentie markes over and above his debts payde without anie fraude collusion or deceipte that then he shall then within one yeare then next thereafter pay unto my daughter Johan aforesaid the somme of five pounds of lawfull English money pt of the saide ten pounds ten shillings, the residue thereof I give unto the saide Symon Heynes and his heyres forever. Item, my will is that Agnes my wife shall have her keeping and maintenannce upon this my tenement wherein I dwell att my executors charges in meate, drinke, apparel, lodging, washinge, ,fyre and all of her things meete and decent to and for her bodily health for and during the terme of the lease if shee shall so longe live without lockinge of necessarie victuals from her. But if shee shal lnot agree to dwell with my executor then my will is that my executor shall pay her att her said depature the somme of fortie shillings of lawfull English money and afterward yearlie during her life toward her maintainanannce the somme of fortie shillings of lawfull English money att two tearmes in the yeare, that is to say att the feaste of St. Margarett the Archangell and the annuncio of Marie by even portions the first payment to begin att the first feast day of the saide feaste & pmt shall come afterward quarther of an year shall fully expired next after my decease. All the rest of my good, cattles and chattels whatsoever unbequeathed I give wholly to Edward Heynes my sonne whom I make my whole executor of this my last will and testament, he pforminge the same and discharging my funeral, my overseers I make George Raleigh of Ffarnburge and John Gorstelow of Mollington, yeoman and them to gave for their paines ten shillings a peece.
FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
THOMAS AND AGNES HAYNES
Thomas Haynes was born in about 1500 of Mollington. He married
Agnes. Thomas died and was buried 19 August 1565 in Mollington.
Thomas left a will written in 1563:
In the name of God Amen I Thomas Haynes of
Mollington in the county of Oxford, husbandman, beinge
sicke in bodie but of good and pfect memorie thankes be
to God, do make this my last wyll and testament in maner
and forme following: that is to saye, first I bequeathe
my soule into the hands of allmyghtie God my maker
trusting that by the redemption purchased by my only
redeemer thereof to obtaine pday of my sinnes and lyffe
everlasting and my bodie to be buried in the
churche yard of Mollington. I geve to the poore of
Sowtham 12d. I geve to Roger Haines
my second sonne a cowe. I geve to Ric. Haines
my youngest sonn a cowe. I geve to Thomas Haines
my eldest sonne a plowe and plow geers there unto
belonging the carts and cart geires there unto belonging
& all my croppe of corne. The rest of all my goodes
unbequeathed I wyll that it be equally devided amonge my
children a bond specified. Item I bequeathe to Ricd.
Wylking 5d. Item I make executors of this my last wyll
and testament Thomas Haines and Ric. Haynes my sonnes do
so this my wyll pformed and I make overseers Ric.
Wyllyms, witnesses Ric. Langley & Ric. Cootes.
Agnes died and was buried 27 September 1573 in Mollington.
Thomas and Agnes had the following children:
1. Thomas, mentioned in father's will of 1563.
*2. Roger, born in about 1530 of Mollington; mentioned in father's will of 1563; married 1) Margaret, then 2) Agnes; buried 29 November 1599 in Mollington.
3. Richard, mentioned in father's will of 1563.
Will of Thomas Haynes of Mollington, 1563; Mollington parish
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