Alban Popplewell

(14 November 1577 - 29 January 1625/26)
     Alban Popplewell was christened on 14 November 1577 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was described as second son in his father's will. He was the son of Francis Popplewell and Dorothy Thornhill.
     In Francis Popplewell's will dated 18 January 1585/86 in Belton, LIN, Alban Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions wife Dorothy the heir of her brother Hugh Thornhill, daughters Elizabeth (to have property in Low Burnham), Mary & Dorothy (to have property in Eastlound), sons Robert (to have Egmonton, Scawby, Gringley on the Hill, Mattersey, N&S Leverton, Wheatley, Southbeck, Scatsworth, Misson, Bawtry & Austerfield property), Albaine (Belton, Owston & Butterwick), Theodore (Langthorpe, Yks then Beckingham?), Joseph (Preston, Lelley, Sutton, Harpen Howten, Cranswick, Yks then Hull), Edmond (Misterton). The children were all minors; his grand-nephew Francis (son of James who was son of William his elder brother]. He also mentions his brother David Popplewell, his cousin Robert Caister and his nephew John Barnard.
     In the name of god amen 18 January 1585 and in the year xxviij th of our sovereign Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God Queen of England France and Ireland etc I Francis Poplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholme in the County of Lincoln Gentleman now being in perfect health both of body and mind thanked be God yet wayinge the frailty of mortal condition and considering the uncertainty of my life and death purposing god willing to take away so far as in me lieth all occasion of discord and dissensions amongst my posterity that may come or grow by or of my worldly goods or possessions which God's goodness hath given to me in this life do make my last will and testament in manner and form following
First and principally I bequeath my soul to almighty god my only saviour and redeemer by whom I trust to be saved and my body to be buried in the chancel of Belton church ouen/oven against my seat where I do usually sit and to lie upon me within one year next after my death one blue marble stone which doth lie in my kiln house with the day and year of my death written upon the same in brass and my name and otherwise as by my executors shall be devised
Item whereas I the said Francis together with Dorothy my wife knowledge and levied a fine with proclamation before the Queen's majesties Justices of common pleas Westminster to William Fearne of Belton aforesaid Esquire Robert Williamson of Walkeringham in the County of Nottingham gent Thomas Peake of Saxelby in the said County of Lincoln gent Richard Smyth of the city of Lincoln gent and Hugh Thornehill of Misterton in the said county of Nottingham gent of and in all the messuages cottages lands tenements commons moors heaths and hereditaments whatsoever with the appurtenances of me the said Francis and Dorothy or either of us in diverse towns parishes and hamlets in the counties of Lincoln York and Nottingham as by the same fine of Record in the Queen's majesties court of common pleas in Easter term in the xxiiijth year of the reign of our sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth remaining And also by one pair of Indentures quadripartite made betwixt us the said Francis and Dorothy on the one party and the said William Robert Tho: Richard and Hugh on the other party bearing date the first day of march in the said xxiiijth year of the reign of our sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth made we expressed the use and intent of the said fine of the land and other the hereditaments therein contained to be meant and intended to be that the said William Robert Thomas Richard and Hugh should stand and be seased of and in all the said messuages cottages lands tenements meadows -- woods rents rectories parsonages advowdsons reversions services commons moors heaths and hereditaments whatsoever with the appurtenances in the said Fine mentioned to the use of me the said Francis and Dorothy my wife for and during our lives and the longer liver of us and after our deaths & decreases then to every such use and uses as I the said Francis should by my last will and testament in writing limit and appoint to the issue or issues of the body of me the said Francis on the body of the said Dorothy lawfully begotten or to be begotten or to the issue or issues of the body of such issue or issues lawfully begotten or to be begotten according to the limitation thereof and in such manner and form as by the said last will and testament should be expressed as by the said Indenture or Indentures for limiting the uses of the said Fine and declaration of the meanings and intents of all parties thereto doth likewise more plainly appear. Now I the said Francis Poplewell for a full and perfect declaration what use or uses of and in every of the said lands tenements and or hereditaments shall and are to be limited to the issue or issues of my body on the body of the said Dorothy and to which of the said issue or issues the said land and hereditaments and all other the said premises and every parcel thereof shall severally remain and go after the deaths of the said Francis and Dorothy my wife doth by this my last will and testament limit and appoint that after the death of us the said Francis and Dorothy the said fine shall indure and be and the said William Robert Thomas Richard and Hugh and the survivor or survivors of them and his and their heirs and every other person or persons and their heirs with them shall stand seased of the premises or any part thereof shall stand and be seased thereof and of every part thereof to the uses and intents thereof and of the parties thereof hereafter limited and declared and to no other use and intent
ITAL:]viz of and in the Rectory and parsonage of Egmonton and the gift of the vicarage there and all other the said lands tenements milnes rents and other the premises in Egmonton Scrowbye [Scawby?] Gringley upon the hill Mattersey North Leverton South Leverton Wheatley Southbeck Wheatley Scastworth Missen Bawtry and Austerfeild in the counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln to the use and behoof of Robert Poplewell my eldest sonne on the body of Dorothy lawfully begotten and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and to be begotten And for want of heirs of the body of the said Robert lawfully begotten the said rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Albaine Poplewell another of my sons and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Albaine lawfully begotten the said rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Theodore Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Theodore lawfully begotten the rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Edmond Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Edmond Poplewell lawfully begotten the rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the counties of Nottingham York and lincoln shall remain to Joseph Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten. And for want of heirs of the body of the said Joseph lawfully begotten the rectory and parsonage with the gift of the vicarage and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said counties of Nottingham York and Lincoln shall remain to Dorothy Poplewell Elizabeth Poplewell and Mary Poplewell my daughters and to the heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten and of all and in all other the said lands tenements mills rents and all other the premises with all and singular their appurtenances in Belton Beltoft or else where in the parish of Belton Owston and Butterwick in the county of Lincoln to the use and behoof of Albaine Poplewell my second son of the body of the said Dorothy my wife lawfully begotten and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Albaine of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Theodore Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for want of heirs of Theodore of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Edmond Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Edmond of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Joseph Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Joseph of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances last recited in the said county of lincoln remain to Robert Poplewell my son to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begog begotten and for want of heirs of Robert of his body lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances last recited in the said county of Lincoln remain to Dorothy Elizabeth and Mary Poplewell my daughters and to their heirs and for want of heirs of Dorothy Elizabeth and Mary of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten the said tenements lands rents and all other the premises with all and singular their appurtenances last recited in the county of Lincoln remain to Francis Poplewell the sonne of James Poplewell which James was the sonne of William my eldest brother and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and in the grange tenements rents and other the premises with and singular their appurtenances in Langthorpe alias Lanthorpe Grange in the county of York to the use and behoof of Theodore Poplewell my third sonne of the body of the said Dorothy lawfully begotten and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Theodore of his body lawfully begotten the said Grange and all other the premises with the appurtenances in Lanthorpe aforesaid to remain to Edmond Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Edmond Poplewell of his body lawfully begotten the said Grange and all the premises in Langthorpe aforesaid to remain to Joseph Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for want of heirs of Joseph of his body lawfully begotten the said grange and all other the premises with the appurtenances in Langthorpe aforesaid to remain to Robert Poplewell another of my sons and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Robert of his body lawfully begotten the said grange and all the other the premises with the appurtenances in Langthorpe aforesaid to remain to Albaine Poplewell my sonne and to his heirs lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of Albaine of his body lawfully begotten the said grange and all other the premises with the appurtenances to remain to Dorothy Elizabeth & Mary Poplewell my daughters and to their heirs for ever and of and in all other the said lands tenements rents and all other the premises and all and singular the appurtenances in Preston Lelley Lelleydicke Sutton Sutton Inges Somerganges Garton in Holderness Harpen Howton and Howten Cranswick in the county of York to the use and behoof of Joseph Poplewell another of my sons on the body of the said Dorothy lawfully begotten and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Joseph lawfully begotten the said lands tenements & other the premises with their appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the aforesaid Robert Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Robert lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the above named Albaine Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Albaine lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with their appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the abovenamed Theodore Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of the body of the said Theodore lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the above named Edmond Poplewell my sonne and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and for want of heirs of his body of the said Edmond Poplewell lawfully begotten the said lands tenements and all other the premises with the appurtenances in the said county of York remain to the above named Dorothy Elizabeth and Mary my daughters and to the heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten for ever and for want all other the premises said lands tenements meadows and all other the premises with all and singular the appurtenances in Eastlound Axho--in the Isle of Axholme in the county of Lincoln to the use and behoof of Dorothy Poplewell my daughter on the body of the said Dorothy my wife lawfully begotten and to her heirs of her body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and of and in all other the lands meadows and all other the premises with all and singular their appurtenances in Neatherburnham or elsewhere within the fields and territories of the same which was Peter Sleford I give to the use of Elizabeth Poplewell my daughter and to her heirs of her body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and of and in all
Item I give to Dorothy Poplewell my daughter l li £50 to be paid her at the day of her marriage or at xxjtie years of her age which First shall happen
Item I give will and bequeath to Elizabeth Poplewell my daughter xxx li £30 to be paid her at the day of her marriage or at xxjtie years of her age which first shall happen
Item I give will and bequeath to Mary Poplewell my daughter xx li £20 to be paid her at the day of her marriage or at xxjtie years of her age which shall first happen
Item I will give and bequeath to Robert Albaine Theodore Edmond and Joseph Poplewell my sons every one of them xx li £20 to be paid them at the day of their marriage or at 21 years of age which first shall happen
Item I will that if any of my children before named depart this life before they or any of them receive the portion before given them that the portion of them so departing shall remain to them that doth survive to be equally divided amongst them
Item I will give and bequeath to Albaine Poplewell my sonne all the gates pales stowpes rales glass doors windows leades ladders kiln hair sestorne horseracks planchers mangers boustales/bonstales iron racks iron crokes and brigg trees of iron spits and stonetrowges seelinges and maltquearnes quern with all fixed implements about the houses to him and to his heirs and so to remain as heirlooms for ever
Item I will that James Poplewell of Beltoft shall have his farm wherein he doth dwell from and after the death of me for and during the term of 21 years with all profits and commodities to the same belonging paying yearly xls 40 shillings and the rent dew to Mr Hawes which is as Mr Hawes sath vjs viijd
Item I bequeath to Elizabeth Goulsbrowgh xls to be paid when she accomplish the full age of xxjtie years or be married which first shall happen
Item I give and bequeath to David Mosgrave and Alexander Hird my prentices at husbandry either of them xx s to be paid at the years of xxjtie or at their marriage which first shall happen
Item I give and bequeath to the right honourable and my very good Lord and Master Edmond lord Sheafeild my best gelding and to my very good Lady and mistress the lady Sheafeild my second gelding trusting that his honour will be good to my wife & children
Item whereas there is a reversion after the death of my brother Hugh Thornhill if he dye without issue of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten that all his lands tenements meadows pastures closes rents mills and all the premises with all and singular the appurtenances in Kinston upon Hull Beckingham and Misterton shall come to Dorothy my wife & her heirs
Item my will is that the land in Misterton shall come to Edmond Poplewell my son and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and the lands in Beckingham to Theodore Poplewell my son and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten and the lands & tenements in Kingston upon Hull shall come to Joseph Poplewell my son and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten
Item I will that all my children shall be brought up at learning where they may best profit and do good
Item my will is that my wife before she enter to any of ­ goods or cattelles she shall stand bound to my supervisors to educate and bring up my children according as my will is And to perform this my said will in all points and my will is that my wife shall be bound to main
[ES's part missing]
... all my houses and .... that the ... during her life and neither to make ... of houses now ...
The residue of all the goods ... ...debts moveable and immoveable legacies ... I give will and bequeath to Dorothy my wife whom I make my full executrix of this my last will and testament
Item I desire my brother in law Mr Hughe Thornehill, Mr Edmond Denton? my brother David Popplewell my cozen Robert Caister and my nephew John Barnard to be supervisors and overseers of this my last will and testament and to see it performed according to the true meaning thereof And I give to every one of them the sums xx shillings and their shall be bone in and about my business
Item I will that the .... if my wife shall not bring ... my children according to my will and testament shall lett forth to the use and behoof of my children all my ... ... land until they come to the age of 21 years
In witness whereof the said Francis Popplewell have putt to my hand and seale in the presence of those whose names ... follow these being witnesses Edmond L... Thomas Sa... ... David Popplewell, Thomas David ... Moodye, John Barnard, George Tonge James Popplewell John Tonge, Thomas Briggs??

     Alban Popplewell was mentioned in a civil court action between 1603 and 1625. Poplewell v Power.Plaintiffs: Alban Poplewell.
Defendants: Peter Power and Dora Power.
Re land in Belton held of the manor of Epworth, Lincolnshire.Document type: [pleadings].
     Alban Popplewell married Frances West on 10 February 1606 in Barmby Upon Don, Yorkshire.
. He was a churchwarden in Belton, LIN, in April 1608.
     Alban Popplewell made a will dated 1625/26 in Winterton, Lincolnshire. In the name of God amen, I Alban Poplewell of Winterton in the co. of Lincoln gentleman, sick in bodye but of perfect rememebrance (praised be to God) do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following ...
I give unto Maria Poplewell my daughter two silver spoons a ... a bearmor cloth ... for cloth bedshete of cambricke of ... of needlework a pair of green curtains with the ... that is wrought with needle work alll these ... to have to her own proper use within one month of my death
]Item I give unto Marie Poplewell my daughter three score pounds to be payed unto her upon when she shall accomplish her full age of ninetene years or upon the day of her marriage which of them shall happen the sooner.
Item I give unto Marie Poplewell my daughter fortie shillings to be paid for yearly by even and equal portions that is to pay twenty shillings upon the feast of St Michael the Archangell and twenty shillings upon the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Marie, but my will is that said forty shillings paimont shall be no longer payd unto Marie my daughter but until the time that the three score pounds shall be due unto her
Item I make Wm? Cooke of Flixborough my brother in law my supervisor of this my will and I desire him that he shall do? all things ... All the residue of my goods moveable and immoveable .... my debts, children's portions and funeral expenses discharged, I give them soly unto Francis my wife and Fra my son (equally to be divided between them) ... make my executors
In witness the day and year above written & set my hand and seal. Witness Robert Medley, Thomas Large? Alban Popplewell.

     Alban was buried on 29 January 1625/26 in Belton, LIN.
     His will was proved in 1626 at the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.

Children of Alban Popplewell and Frances West

Alban Popplewell

(1 January 1727/28 - )
     Alban Popplewell was christened on 1 January 1727/28 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Humphrey Popplewell and Mary Whitaker.
Alban Popplewell was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 17 June 1742. Alban, son of Humphrey Popplewell was apprenticed to Hadenby Dixon, cooper in Kingston upon Hull.

Alban Popplewell

(5 August 1767 - before 1768)
     Alban Popplewell was born on 5 August 1767 in Owston, Lincolnshire. 5 August 1767 or 1757. He was the son of Richard Popplewell and Ann Hewitson.
     Alban died before 1768.

Alban Popplewell

(11 October 1768 - )
     Alban Popplewell was christened on 11 October 1768 in Owston, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Richard Popplewell and Ann Hewitson.
Alban Popplewell was apprenticed on 12 November 1783 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. Receipt dated 10 Dec 1783, entered 20 March 1784 Alban Popplewell was indentured to John Stillington, of Epworth, butcher, from 12 Nov 183 for 7 years, paying £5 witih 2/6 duty.
     Alban Popplewell married Sarah Barnet on 15 June 1792 in All Saints, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Mar Grave advises there is some evidence he (as Albion) also went on to marry wife 2: Mary BANKS abt 1815, then Ann CLIFFORD (Jun 1819 in Boston, LIN)..

Child of Alban Popplewell and Sarah Barnet

Alban Popplewell

(9 April 1781 - before 2 August 1846)
     Alban Popplewell was also known as Alborn in records. Alban Popplewell was also known as Albion in records. He was christened on 9 April 1781 in St Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. This is only based on the name. He was the son of Joseph Popplewell and Mary Cope.
     Alban Popplewell married Mary Banks before 1815.
     Alban Popplewell married secondly Ann Unknown (Clifford) on 29 June 1819 in Boston, Lincolnshire.
     Alban died before 2 August 1846 in Millstone Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 2 August 1846 in St Mary graveyard, Nottingham.

Children of Alban Popplewell and Mary Banks

Child of Alban Popplewell and Ann Unknown (Clifford)

Alban Popplewell

(13 August 1815 - 1815)
     Alban Popplewell was also known as Albion in records. He was christened on 13 August 1815 in St Mary, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. He was the son of Alban Popplewell and Mary Banks.
     Alban died in 1815.

Albion Banks Popplewell

(5 January 1818 - )
     Albion Banks Popplewell was born on 5 January 1818 in Boston, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Alban Popplewell and Mary Banks.
     Albion Banks Popplewell married Harriet Unknown before 1845.

Children of Albion Banks Popplewell and Harriet Unknown

Albion Banks Popplewell

(March 1860 - )
     Albion Banks Popplewell's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1860 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Albion Banks Popplewell and Harriet Unknown.

Alexander Popplewell

(10 May 1565 - March 1618)
     Alexander Popplewell was christened on 10 May 1565 in London. He was the son of Thomas Popplewell.
     Alexander died in March 1618 in London, aged 52. Mark Grace wrote: He is part of my unattached London group. This suggests he married (have no clues to that) and had a son he preferred to have bapt. in Belton. This suggest Thomas, his father is one of the Belton group and had London connections. Thomas his father was sworn in for various Inquisitions between 1558 & 1560 at the Guildhall, London, so presumably will be one of the more significant residents (landowner) in the Isle of Axholme to have that kind of trust and weight..

Child of Alexander Popplewell

Alfred Popplewell

(23 April 1909 - 21 November 1964)
     Alfred Popplewell married Ethel Gladys Foster. Alfred Popplewell was born on 23 April 1909. He was the son of Charles Edward Popplewell and Emma Dunk.
     Alfred died on 21 November 1964 in Barnsley, Silkstone, Yorkshire, England, aged 55.

Alice Popplewell

(18 October 1578 - )
     Alice Popplewell was christened on 18 October 1578 in Benington, Lincolnshire.

Alice Popplewell

(circa 1650? - )
     Alice Popplewell was born circa 1650? In Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. She is mentioned in the will of her father and her sister.. She was the daughter of Robert Popplewell and Elizabeth Unknown.
     In Robert Popplewell's will dated 16 August 1670 in Gainsborough, Alice Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his wife Elizabeth and daughters Elizabeth & Alice, and lands in Belton in the occupation of John Popplewell.
     Will of Robert Poplewell of Gainsborough, joiner dated 16 August 1670 gives lands etc. in parish of Belton now in the occupation of Simon Wright ... now in the occupation of John Popplewell and all other of my freehold lands ... in the parish of Belton afsd unto his loving wife Elizabeth and after her decease to I do give and devise the same to my two daughters Elizabeth & Alice Poplewell the sum of forty pounds ... to be paid at their ... at 21 or marriage, a piece of silver plate also six silver spoons
Item I give unto my cozen Richard Sh.ouson 5/- for a legacy
Item I give unto Richard Goldsburgh 5/- for a legacy.
The rest to Elizabeth Popplewell his wife, Elizabeth & Alice Popplewell his daughters ... my kinsman Charles Broughton to be supervisor ... Signed Robert Poplewell.

     In Elizabeth Popplewell's will dated 31 January 1676/77 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Alice Popplewell was named as heir; Will of Elizabeth Popplewell, spinster of Gainsborough leaves everything to her mother Elizabeth and sister Alice.
Memorandum that upon the one & thirtieth day of January in the year of our Lord according to the computation of the Church of England 1676 Elizabeth Poplewell of Gainsborough in the county of Lincoln spinster being sick in body but of good and sound memory and understanding did declare make her last will and testament nuncupative or by word of mouth in manner and form following or in words to the like effect viz
she gave and bequeathed all her estate to Elizabeth Pople? her mother and Alice Pople her sister and did at the same time express and declare that thee would not give any thing away from them which word or the like in effect thee expressed and declared with a serious intent and purpose they should stand for and be her last will and testament in the presence and hearing of John Cole, Bridget Hopkin & Anne Stephenson
[who all made their mark].
     Alice Popplewell married Timothy Heardson on 28 September 1678 in Kettlethorpe, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond described them as Timothy Heardson of Gainsborough & Alis Popplewell of Gainsborough, spinster.

Alice Popplewell

(before 19 June 1605 - )
     Alice Popplewell was born before 19 June 1605 in Everton, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell.

Alice Popplewell

(circa 1600 - )
     Alice Popplewell was born circa 1600.
     Alice Popplewell married Henry Palmer on 24 June 1619 in Perlethorpe, Nottinghamshire.

Alice Popplewell

(after 1544 - )
     Alice Popplewell was born after 1544 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Joan? or John Unknown.

Ann Popplewell

(10 May 1612 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 10 May 1612 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was mentioned in her grandfather's will in 1623. She was the daughter of Israel Popplewell and Jane Godfrey.
     Ann Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Robert Popplewell dated 8 February 1623/24.
     Ann Popplewell married John Coy on 28 October 1637 in Belton, LIN.

Children of Ann Popplewell and John Coy

Ann Popplewell

(4 January 1603/4 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 4 January 1603/4 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of James Popplewell and Elizabeth Broughton.
     Ann Popplewell married Richard Stephenson on 9 June 1623 in Belton, LIN.

Ann Popplewell

(29 September 1650 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 29 September 1650 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of David Popplewell and Jane Brewer.
     In David Popplewell's will dated 16 January 1658/59 in Belton, Ann Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his brother Humfrey Popplewell, children David, Thomas, James, Robert & Ann & daughter Isabel Coggan; grandchildren John Coggan, David Popplewell & John Popplewell. James Robert & Ann were minors.
In the name of God Amen the sixteenth day of January in the year of our Lord 1658 I David Popplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholm & county of Lincoln yeoman being weak in body but of good and perfect remembrance thanks be given to Almightie God do here by make & ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following
First and principally I do give and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almightie God my merciful father which first did give it unto me & my bodie to the earth to be buried in Christian burial at the discretion of my friends And for the worldly Estate that god hath bestowed upon me that it may be settled after my decease according to my mind I do bequeath it as followeth
First I do give & bequeath unto David Popplewell my son one three rood of land arrable lying on Miccarah hill between the Grounds of Michael Monckton Esquire on the East part and Henry Foster on the west part one three rood of land arrable lying in the park field betwixt Thomas Glew on the west and the heirs of Francis Popplewell on the east and one rood lying near Beltoft Cross betwixt the ground of Richard Elmer on the east & the ground of the heirs of Lawrence Metcalfe on the west to him the said David - Popplewell his heirs and assigns for ever to enter into at the end of two years next after my decease And I give to the said David Popplewell my son five shillings in full of his portion out of my Estate
Also I do give unto Thomas Popplewell my son one Close commonly called Great Moonfeild containing by estimation twenty acres be it more or less as it lyeth between the ground of me the said David Popplewell on the west the Comon laine on the east abutting upon the laine called the tread lane towards the north with the appurtenances to him the said Thomas Popplewell his heirs & assigns for ever to enter upon the first day of May which shall be in the year of our ­ 1661
Also I do give to James Popplewell my son cottage house in which Jarvase Fletcher now dwelleth the buildings to the same belonging and two sellions land arrable to the same belonging & adjoining containing one acre be they more or less three se[lions] of land arable lying together neare Close croft c[ont] =inge one acre one rood and a halfe bee they more or less they ly between the said Cloe croft on the west & Humfrey Popplewell gentleman on the East one three roods lying on ­ between the lands of the heyres of Thomas Tur- East and west parts and the Reedings towards the north sellions lying on hanging furlonge containing one acre & rood next the ground of the said Humfrey Popplewell gentleman on the West and the heyres of Francis Glew on the three sellions lying together near Belwood feild containing one acre be they more or less between the land of ­ Ryther gentleman on the south and Robert Maultley on the one rood lying on Sare backs between the Land of Caister on the East and [blank] on the west rood lying there between the land of John Newton on & William Harrison on the south ten sellions of Land Lyeing together comonly called maidendall flat conteyni[ng] Acres be they more or less abutting upon maidendal towards the South and hanging furlong towards the - two Sellions of land arrable containing one acre & a hal[f] lying on the furlong called Miccarah/Macarah hill between the L- Johosophat Tayler on the West & the heyres of John on the east halfe an acre lying there between the land the said Humfrey Popplewell on the East and west p[ar]t Sellions lying there containing two Acres & three roodAnn Popplewell they more or lesse between the land of John Gl the west and Michael Mouckton/Monckton Esquire on the east Cottage house and three selions of land arrable lying ­ near Clonslaine / Clouslaine yate containing two acres & three roods more or less between the highway on the East and David the younger on the west abutting upon the Stump Cross mear towards the North four Acres and a halfe be it more or less lying in a ... called long Bellwood as it abutteth upon the Ground of the said Humfrey Popplewell towards the north & the comon feild towards the South one close comonly called the three acre close lying next the clottilaine on the south east and the close of John Glew on the northwest and southwest and one orchard which I call my new orchard with the croft to the same belonging & adjoining containing one acre as it lyeth between the copyhold land of me the said David Popplewell on the west & the heirs of Francis Popplewell on the east to him the said James Popplewell his heirs & assigns for ever after such time as he shall accomplish his age of one & twenty years
Also I do give to Robert Popplewell my son one messuage house in which Thomas Popplewell now dwelleth with the Barne stable beast house & other the buildings to the same belonging And three selions of land arable to the same adjoining containing one acre and a Rood be they more or less one selion of land arable and two butts lying over Greengate containing one acre and a half between the ground of the heyres of James Glew on the west and of Richard Kinman on the east the heirs of Alexander Isle on the east abutting upon the ground of John Popplewell towards the south one acre there between the ground of the heirs of Lawrence Metcalfe on the west and of Richard Kinman on the East one selion containing three roods lying on miccarhill between the lands of the heyres of Thomas Turr on the west & Thomas Morrison on the East one Acre and a half more or lesse lying on Guilflat between the lands of the said Humfrey Popplewell on the North & of Diverse men on the south abutting upon the ground of James Sealand towards the West one Acre lying on more lands between the Ground of the heyres of John Stephenson on the south and Mathew Kirke gentl[eman] on the north two sellions containing three roods as they ly between grounds of the said Humfrey Popplewell on the and James Maw on the south and one close called moonfeild containing seven acres be it more or [less] as it lyeth between the close called great moonf[eild] on the East and the ground of Robert Bernard o- abutting upon Clottilaine towards the north wi­ appurtenances to him the said Robert Popplell his heirs and assigns for ever after such time as shall accomplish his age of one and twenty
Also I do give and bequeath unto Anne Popplewell my daughter one toft stead and three crofts same belonging comonly called Brocks toft by estimacon three acres be they more or less between the ground of the heirs of John Thor- on the South and David Popplewell the younger on the North abutting upon the street towards east with the appurtenances to her the said Ann Popplewell her heirs and assigns for and during the term of nine hundred and ninety years to come and unexpired to enter unto at such as she shall accomplish her age of one and twenty years or marriage which shall happen be first
Also I do devise and give to my loving brother Humfrey Popplewell and to my loving friend Robert Barnard one selion of land arable meadow or pasture lying in the Low feild of Beltoft aforesaid containing half an acre [be] it more or less upon a furlong called water- lying next the ground in occupacon of Michael ... Esquire on the East and west parts abutting upon the Close of the said Humphrey Popplewell t- the north ---ne rood lyinge there between the ­ in occupacon of the said Michaell Monckton ... east and west parts and abutting upon the close of the said Humfrey Popplewell towards the north And six swathes of meadow lying in the Side Ings next the meadow of the heirs of the said John Stephenson on the south and abutting upon the ground of the said Michael Monckton towards the East to them the said Humfrey Popplewell and Robert Barnard their heirs and assigns for ever to be disposed on according to the trust by me reposed in them the said Humfrey Popplewell and and Robert Barnard
     And my will is and I do hereby devise unto Jane my loving wife all the lands and tenements which I have hereby given unto my children until such times as is expressed and set down for my said children to enter unto the same
Also I do give unto Isabell Coggan my daughter the sum of ten pounds
Also I do give unto the said Anne Popplewell my daughter the sum of sixty pounds of current English money to be paid to her when she shall accomplish her age of one and twenty years or marriage which shall happen to be first
Also I give to John Coggan my grandchild five shillings
Also I give to David Popplewell my grandchild five shillings
Also I give to John Popplewell my grandchild five shillings
All the residue of my goods cattell and chattells not given & yet unbequeathed my debts being paid and funeral expences discharges I do give and bequeath unto the said Jane my wife whom I do make & ordain sole executrix of this my last will and testament
And I appoint and desire my loving brothers Thomas Brewer gent & Richard Brewer to be supervisors thereof
In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day & year first above written.
David Popplewell.
these being witnesses Michaell Monckton Humfrey Popplewell John Popplewell.

     In Jane Brewer's will dated 23 July 1670 in Belton, Ann Popplewell was named as heir; In the name of God amen the three and Twentheth day of July in the two and Twenteth yeare of Charles the second of England King & c : Anno Domini 1670 I Jane Poplewell of Beltofte in the parish of Belton in the Isle of Axholme & County of Lincoln widow sick and weak in body but perfect of remembrance thanks be to God do make this make last Will and Testamente in manner followinge
     First & cheifely I bequeath my soul to All mighty God my mercifull father & his son my Redeemer and my body to the ground to be buried in the parish Church or Church yard of Belton at the discretion of my friends and Executor and my worldly goods as followeth
     I give unto Thomas Poplewell my son my silver dish
     I give to James Poplewell my son one silver spoone and ---e Gunn/lynn sheete
     Item I give unto Robert Poplewell my sonne -e silver spoone and one ---n sheete.
     Item I give unto Anne --ll my daughter one silver spoone and one ---n sheete.
     Item I give unto Tomysin Dawson my daughter a grate dripping pan n-- -- possession.
     Item I give unto Thomas Dawson my sonne in - ­ [two?] shillings or a paire of gloves of that price.
     Item I give - bequeath unto Anne Poplewell my daughter Forty pounds of -- now in the hands of James Poplewell my son & Thomas Dawson my son in law and Twenty pounds more in houshold --which said Three score pounds was given unto the said Anne ---lewell by David Poplewell her father late deceased
     Item all the Residue and Remainder of my goods and Chattells not given & bequeathed my debtts legacyes and funeralls discharged I give --d bequeath unto Thomas Poplewell James Poplewell Robert --plewell Anne Poplewell & Tomisin Dawson my children equally to be divided amongst them
     Item I ordayne and make James Poplewell and Anne Poplewell my children Executors of this my last will and testamente and my will is they shall have out of my goods and Chattells sufficient to discharge my debts legacird I desire and appoint Thomas Dawson my sonne in law supervisor of this my last will & testamente desiring him to see the same truly performed & executed and my will is that he shall his --- born when he goeth about my busines
     In witness & thereof I have hereto sett my hand and seal the day and yeare first above written
marke
Jane Poplewell

B [?] Croasey


In the name of God amen the three and twentieth day of July in the .. and twentieth year of Charles the second ... 1670 I Jane Popplewell of Beltoft in the pish of Belton in the Isle of Axholme county Lincoln, widdow, weak of body but perfect of remembrance thanks be to God do make this my last will and testament in manner following: First to Allmighty God my merciful father ... and my body to the ground to be buryed in the church or church yard of Belton at the discretion of my friends and executors and my worldy goods as followeth:
     I give unto Thomas Popplewell my sonne my silver dish
     I give to James Popplewell my sonne one silver spoon? and a ... Gun short??
     Item I give unto Robert Popplewell my sonne one silver spoon? and one g...short?
     Item I give unto Anne Popplewell my daughter one silver spoon and one g...
     Item I give unto Tamysin Dawson my daughter a ... ... now in her possession
     Item I give unto Thomas Dawson my sonne in law six shillings or a piece? of land of that xvin?
     Item I give and bequeath unto Ann Poplewell my daughter forty pounds of money now in the hands of James Popplewell my sonne & Thomas Dawson my son-in-law and twenty pounds now in household goods which said ... pounds ... unto the said Ann Poplewell by David Popplewell her father late deceased
     Item all the residue and remainder of my goods and chattels not given & unbequeathed my debts ... and funerall ... I give and bequeath unto Thomas Popplewell James Popplewell Robert Popplewell Ann Popplewell & Thomisin Dawson my children equally to be divided amongst them
     Item I ordayn and make James Poplewell and Ann Poplewell my childen executors of this my last will and testament and my will is they shall have out of my goods and chattells sufficient to discharge my debts ... and funerall expenses and all other ...
     Item I ... and appoint Thomas Dawson my sonne in law supervisor of this my last will & testament I ... executors and will is that hee shall have his ... ... when he goeth about my business
     In witness ... I have ... sett my hand and seal this day and year first above written Jane Popplewell (her mark).

     Ann Popplewell married Henry Caister circa 18 August 1671 in Bottesford, Lincolnshire. He may have remarried and had a daughter by Faith baptised 13 October 1693 at Broughton by Brigg. But this is more likely his son Henry.

Children of Ann Popplewell and Henry Caister

Ann Popplewell

(before 1582 - before 3 June 1637)
     Ann Popplewell was born before 1582 in Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of David Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.
     David Popplewell in his will dated Oct 15 1615/6 mentions his son in law Robert Popplewell, his daughter Ann Popplewell and Ann's children, a little later in the will he mentions Anne Popplewell the wife of John Popplewell, the next entry being Elizabeth Bernard, and a John Bernard was mentioned after the references to Robert & Ann. The implication is that they are daughters but Ann's husband is called both Robert & John. An Ann Popplewell also married Humphrey Popplewell..
     Ann Popplewell was mentioned in the will of David Popplewell dated 11 October 1615.
     Ann died before 3 June 1637 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 3 June 1637 in Gainsborough. Anne Popplewell, widow. I have no idea which Ann this is. Possibly the wife of Robert Popplewell or John Popplewell??

Ann Popplewell

(before 1535 - )
     She may be the Ann Poplewell who married Robert Poplewell in 1582, but seems too old.. Ann Popplewell was born before 1535 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She appears to be over 21 but unmarried in her father's will of Oct 1556.. She was the daughter of William Popplewell and (?) Unknown.
     In William Popplewell's will dated 28 October 1556 in Belton, Lincolnshire, Ann Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his brother James, his daughter Ann, and five sons William, Richard, John, Thomas & Robert.
     In the name of God amen the 28 October 1556 I William Poplewell of Belton in the Isle of Axholme in the co. of Lyncoln yeoman hole of mynde beyng of goode & perfect remembrance & .. in body, thanks be unto God, do make this my present testament & last will in manner & form as hereafter following First I bequeath my soul to God Almighty to the blessed Lady Saint Mary and to all the holy company of heaven and my body to be buried within the church of all Hallows of Belton aforesaid in the mid altar of the said church and for my mortuary and the ...
Item I give and bequeath to the high altar of Belton afsd for tithes & oblations forgotten 4d
Item I give and bequeath to the Church work of Lyncoln 8d
Item I give and bequeath to the Church work of Belton aforeseid 3/4
Item I give and bequeath to every one of my god Children 4d
Item I give and bequeath to every one of them that hath been my servants 4d
     Item I give and bequeath to Anne Poplewell my daughter all the apparrel which was her mothers, one feather bed of oversee work, four pair of linen sheets, two pair of femble sheets, one great bras pot which was mistress Knightes Five great chargers & one candlestick whiche was the said mistress Knyght's & also five pottegers
     Item I give will and bequeath to the said Anne my daughter the sum of one & twenty pounds, ten shillings, of lawful English money, two kye & one great arke, and the said £21 10s to be paid to the said Anne, at the day of her marriage, by the hands of my executors And I will the said Anne to be ordered by William Browne gentleman and James Poplewell my brother, as concerning the taking of an honest man to her husband, And if it fortune that the said Anne Poplewell my daughter to depart forth of this world, before she come to the day of her marriage, that then all the afforesaid stuff & money shall be equally divided among my executors
     Item I give and bequeath to William Poplewell my son one whye with calf
     The residue of all my goods & cattell movable & unmovable not given nor bequeathed, my debts paid and funerall expenses discharged, I give will & bequeath them freely, to Richard Poplewell, John Poplewell, Thomas Poplewell, & Robert Poplewell, my sons jointly together, whom I make my full executors of this my testament and last will & Also I ordain & make William Browne gentleman, James Poplewell my brother John Dronyng and Thomas Pycoke of Belton aforesaid, supervisors of this my testament and last will And I will that every one of them shall have for their labour 2s and their charges born, at all times in my business
These being witnesses of the same
I Robert Wilson the Curate, Henry Pawson Francis Newton & John Brewer the younger with other.


     Ann Popplewell was mentioned in the will of Richard Popplewell dated 12 July 1564.

Ann Popplewell

(6 April 1637 - before 23 June 1712)
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 6 April 1637 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Humphrey Popplewell and Ann Aldus.
     Ann Popplewell was mentioned in the will of James Popplewell dated 14 March 1652/53.
     Ann Popplewell married Richard Kinman on 15 January 1654/55 in Belton, Lincolnshire. Published the intention of marriage of Richard Kinman bachelor of this parish & Ann Popplewell, spinster daughter of Humfrey Popelwell of Beltoft, gen. in our church the last day of Dec. the 7th & 14th day of January 1654/5. The afsd Richard Kinman & Anne Popelwell were married at Beltoft the 15th Jan by Michael Monckton Esquire in the presence of Humfrey Poplewell generosus , David Poplewell, Robt. Barnard..
     In Humphrey Popplewell's will dated before May 1670? In Belton, Ann Popplewell was named as heir; His will mentions his son William & his wife (and his sons Humphrey, Thomas, William, David & John - all minors), his sister Haldenby, his son John & his wife [and his children Elizabeth, John & Humphrey - all minors], his daughter Ann & her husband Richard Kynman [and their children William, J---, George, Isabell & Franci/es] and his son Thomas Popplewell who is made executor - presumably the eldest son
     In the name of God Amen I Humfrey Poplewell of Beltoft in the Isle of Axholme in the County of Lincoln yeoman being in health & of good & perfect rememrance thanks be to Allmightie God do make this my last will & testament in manner & form following
First I give my soule sowle to almight[ie] God my maker & to Jesus Christ his only Son & my Saviour & hopeth that my sowle shalbe saved [illegible] the death & passion & my body to be buryed in the parish Church of Belton near my stalle doore
Item I give to the poore of Belton xxs & to the poore of Beltoft xs to be given when I am buried,
Item I give to my son William Poplewell in full satisfaction of his childs porcion the sum of five pounds [twenty shillings crossed out] & to his wife six shillings eight pence to buy hir a ring
Item I give to his son Humfrey Poplewell twenty pounds to be paid him with six months after he come to the age of twenty & one yeares
Item I give to Thomas William David & John his sons the sum of xs, a peece when they come to the age of twenty & one years,
Item I give to my Sister Haldenby six shillings eight pence to buy hir a ring,
Item I give to John Poplewell my son the sum of twenty shillings in full of his childs porcon & to his wife ten shillings be paid them within one yeare after my decease & to his ^--- Elizab- John & Humfrey his children the sum of ten shillings a peece when they shall accomplish the age of twenty & one yeares
, & I give to Ann Kynman my daughter twentie pence [t... pounds crossed out] in full satisfaccon of her childs porcon & to be paid to her within one [two crossed out] years next after my decease &
Item all the rest of my goods moveable & unmoveable I give to my son Thomas Poplewell this whom I make Excutor of this my will & testament paying my debts legacies & funeral expences discharged
& ---nes Richard K -------e John Poplewell.

     Ann died before 23 June 1712 in Belton, LIN. She was buried on 23 June 1712 in Belton.

Children of Ann Popplewell and Richard Kinman

Ann Popplewell

(12 March 1660/61 - December 1665)
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 12 March 1660/61 in Belton, Lincolnshire. An Anne is mentioned in her father's will, a later child?. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Ann Pettinger.
     Ann died in December 1665 in Belton, Lincolnshire, aged 4. She was buried in December 1665 in Belton.

Ann Popplewell

(3 March 1681/82 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 3 March 1681/82 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Christian Popplewell.
     Ann Popplewell married Savile Thompson on 5 May 1702 in Belton, Lincolnshire. He was described as a gent of York.
     Ann Popplewell lived at the Beddram, York, Yorkshire, England, September 1729.
     Ann Popplewell was mentioned in the administration of the estate of John Popplewell in September 1729. John Poplewell of Belton. Each of his children signed an affidavit on 12 September 1729 in which they agree to their brother James and Thomas being administrators of their father's estate: Ann Thompson of the Beddram in York, widow; John Poplewell of Beltoft, yeoman; Cristian Falkiner of Belton, widow; Caleb Parr of Nottingham, gaoler, Humphrey Popplewell of Epworth, gent; Thomas Thornton of Wainfleet, yeoman: Whereas John Poplewell, late of Belton, Gent, deceased, our dearly beloved father is dead and intestate hath considerable personal estate intermixed with our brothers James and Thomas Popplewell and considerable sums of money to pay out of the same.. Anne Thompson, John Popplewell, Chris: Falkner, Caleb Parr, Humph: Poplewell And Thomas Thornton signed and sealed the document, witnessed by Thomas Thorp, Sarah Drinkall (x), Thomas Falkner, Elizabeth Huitson (x), Josh. Kynman, Samuel Harrison, C: Winteringham.

Ann Popplewell

(before 17 November 1599 - before 1623)
     Ann Popplewell was born before 17 November 1599 in Westgate, Belton, Lincolnshire. She was christened on 17 November 1599 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Robert Popplewell and Ann Popplewell.
     Ann died before 1623. She was not mentioned in her father's will..

Ann Popplewell

(19 April 1629 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 19 April 1629 in Normanby-le-Wold, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Catherine Unknown.

Ann Popplewell

(13 January 1627/28 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 13 January 1627/28 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of William Popplewell and Isabel Abbott.

Ann Popplewell

(24 January 1595/96 - 27 April 1597)
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 24 January 1595/96 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of James Popplewell and Elizabeth Broughton.
     Ann was buried on 27 April 1597 in Belton, Lincolnshire.

Ann Popplewell

(14 November 1667 - )
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 14 November 1667 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Henry Popplewell and Ann Unknown.

Ann Popplewell

(11 September 1693 - before 29 March 1694)
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 11 September 1693 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Ann Harsley.
     Ann died before 29 March 1694 in Belton, LIN. She was buried on 29 March 1694 in Belton, LIN.

Ann Popplewell

(23 September 1700 - before 20 April 1701)
     Ann Popplewell was christened on 23 September 1700 in Belton, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Popplewell and Elizabeth Wells.
     Ann died before 20 April 1701 in Belton, LIN. She was buried on 20 April 1701 in Belton.