Charles James Stott

(September 1863 - )
     Charles James Stott's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1863 in Chelmsford, Essex. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.

Edward Henry Hussey Stott

(25 September 1877 - 3 September 1917)
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott was commonly known as Ted. He was born on 25 September 1877 in Springfield, Essex, England. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott and John St Aubyn Killigrew Stott appeared on the 1891 census in the infant Orphan Asylum, Wanstead, Essex. Edward Henry Hussey Stott was listed as Carstin Henry Meyer's stepson in the 1901 census in 28 Wyndham Rd, East Ham, Middlesex.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott in Brentwood, Middlesex, England, sent a letter dated 11 October 1910 to Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar.
     He had considerable legal training but left it for mercantile pursuits.
Letter dated 15 Feb 1911 to EHV Dunbar re ancestry & inheritance. Living at 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath 13 Sep 1911 when he wrote to J K Dunbar - he stated that the Garrison estate was sold to an Archdall relative about 1836 and the Essex property was sold in 1836 to someone known to Stott and that Major J Dunbar died at Abbeville in France in the early 1850s.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott in Bexley Heath, Kent, sent a letter dated 15 February 1911 to Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar. 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath,
15th Feb 1911
Dear Uncle,
Thanks very much for your letter of the 7th ulto. to Fairview and our p'card to Brentwood -- both to hand by last mail.
I was (in common with all of us at home) interested and pleased to learn that you had managed to meet Jack, and are favourably impressed with him, his wife, and children. By a letter received this week, Jack informs Mother how delighted he was to meet you; it must indeed have been to him as a fresh bond with Home.
am obliged by the information given in the rough table of the Major's descendants. His matrimonial affairs certainly appear somewhat con. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apparently, then, the . . . . . . . . . . . .??issue of his second marriage .... ipeten.. to share in any distribution of Estate, would be your father, the latter's interest of course, vested in his descendants. You say the marriage between the Major and your grandmother was not originally celebrated according to C.of E. rites. It occurs to me that if the marriage was celebrated in Jersey it might have been necessary (to conform with the existing laws of succession in vogue here) for the marriage to have been confirmed in the United Kingdom. I cannot suppose that a recognised .......... did not later place somewhere ........... the birth of Patrick D. ..., ............ your statement that Phillpott declared that your & his , ........... issue were the only descendants of the second marriage who could participate in the distribution of 1886 (?). Clears up a point that puzzles me. I wondered why the issue of Patrick & Mrs Delassert (Delassent ?) had not participated. Assuming they knew of the distribution, these descendants evidently accepted the position -- or did they attempt to asset themselves in any way? Then again it would follow that if there was any irregularity in the Major's second marriage, and Philpott's view is held to be correct, (and on this ........ would doubtless have ...... doubly sure before distribut ..... all the children (of the second marriage) ........... barred from participating in any future fund available. Have you any idea of what the property (the subject of our correspondance) consists?
If of land (real property in general) then we may conclusively say that the Penshust man will get it all; if of personal property of any description, then according to English Law, the descendants of John, George, Charles, Fred & HHV will divide equally. You say ........ "it may yet be div ......... the descendants of ......... & HHV". Why omit the ....... Charles D. & (Cara D.) of ...... Charles ? Surely ........... not debarred from participation in personal Estate! Perhaps you know of some legal disability attaching to sex which seems to be jolly rough on them! Put us right, please, on this point.
Now as to De Bernardy's enquiry. I know their firm wouldn't interest themselves without the prospect of some definite pecuniary advantage attaching! They are expert at matters of this sort ie. next-of-kin business. And from the fact of the agent searching descendants other than the heir-at-law George K of Sydney, I observe from your list, is a nephew of John K. of Penshust -- and ......... fore ...... not in the direct line of succession to Real .......... - (or John K. I believe you said has sons) it would appear that a general distribution is within the bounds of possibility. I shall doubtless hear further from you on this point when you have received George K's promised letter. Hope I have made myself clear and have not been unduly redundant.

NOTE : - The letter finishes here with no signature. Perhaps this is the "part of a letter" refered to in the letter Dunbar E-9, dated 23-3-11.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott appeared on the 1911 census in 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath, Dartford RD, Kent. Stott, Edward H H, head, Married, 33, Accountant, merchant, born Essex Chelmsford; his wife Daisy Cora, married 8 years, 2, born Essex Thaxted, son Thomas W D, 5, born Thaxted.
     Edward Henry Hussey Stott in Bexley Heath, Kent, sent a letter dated 13 September 1911 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. 5 Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath, 13th Sept 1911
Dear Cousin,
Yours of 2nd August to hand this week: thanks. I return Preston's letter. This man is merely a "fee snatcher"; there are many such on this side -- and probably the genus is not unknown in Australia! Even supposing "The Careful Search" he proposes to make on payment of several guineas resulted in any material facts coming to light, he would want you to undertake to pay a heavy percentage on any monies recovered. If the money is recoverable, there are more reliable and much cheaper methods of proceeding, the best of which is to instruct a decent solicitor -- who would by virtue of his profession have access to the same records that Preston and his ilk have, and who would be infinitely more likely to advise you at an early stage if they saw the likelyhood of any advantage accruing. Be assured that I will advise you if at any time I get hold of information.
You say you think it probable that my uncle (E.H.V.D.) has not given you as much information as he might. I rather think you are mistaken in his. I should say that he is of a peculiarly frank disposition & unlikely to with-hold anything that may be of interest to you, even tho' he doesn't profit by it, while if he is likely to profit by the possession of certain knowledge relating to the D -- K business obviously his interests, and yours, and those of the family in general are identical, and it would be ridiculous for him to with-hold anything.
Regarding the properties at one time held by Major J.K.D. referred to in yours. The Garrison Estate was sold -- with other possessions in North of Ireland, about 1836 to a relative one of the Archdalls -- I believe (but on this point my uncle could perhaps give you more information) and the Essex property was sold in 1790 (or thereabouts) to a man with whose descendants I am on somewhat intimate -- or anyrate, friendly terms.
I have a draft of the Conveyance of this Essex property in my possession, so you may dismiss that entirely from your calculation. Regarding the other property, I am given to understand that the Major was involved in a heavy lawsuit and to all appearances he came off second best. This being so, it is unlikely that his descendants could at this distance in time upset the legal decision. So it appears to us that your interest -- and possibly the interests of the whole of the Major's descendants -- are confined to anything he had after his defeat in the Law Courts.
I should say from what I know of his life that the Major died intestate. I mean that he was at loggerheads with his 2nd wife, and it is hardly likely that he would leave his affairs in good trim! This is merely a surmise. He died at Abbeville, France, sometime in the early 50's, I think.
We should be glad to hear from your daughter, as you suggest, and my mother would be willing to enter into a correspondance.
If you like to keep me informed of any steps with the K--D business which come directly under your notice I will do what I can to assist, but at present my advice is to leave Preston and similar concerns severely alone. I have written at some length, but I hope my letter is intelligible.
Yours sincerely,
E.H.H. Stott
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     Edward Henry Hussey Stott received a letter from Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar dated 22 October 1912. My dear Ted
     Just a few lines to let you know how I seem to be. After having had 32 visits (June-Sept) from the Doctor I was able to resume work 6 weeks age and have been at it every day without any break and have not experienced any unusual effects. So probably I turned the corner and may get thro' a couple of years on salary. After that I may hang out for an average time. I consulted the leading Brisbane Dr. He told me I would have to live according to rule and to bear in mind that I am over 60 as well as over 50. Let Mother know and tell her to write to Jeannie.
     Did the Ceylon man call to see you? Did John of Penshurst send you his photograph? I hear from all the Australian branches fairly regularly, as represented by some 6 individuals, Of course there are some of the family I do not want to see until the Killigrew millions are divided amongst us. I would give all my share of those same millions for £2000 now. With that sum I might and probably should, enjoy another 20 years life and fair heath. The teaching may cause my collapse at any time. Teaching is not pleasant under ordinary circumstances, but owing to changes in the curriculum here during the past 8 or 9 years, it has become anticipatory of Hell to the older teachers, more specially the Irishmen of the service.
     Love to all. Let me have a few lines acknowledging this.
     Your affectionate uncle
     E H V Dunbar
     [To] E H H Stott, 41 Sholebroke View, Leeds
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     Edward died of wounds on 3 September 1917 in France aged 39. He was serving in the Machine Gun Corps (2nd Lt) and his army medals were sent to his widow at "Springfield', Mandeville Rd, Saffron Waldon, Essex.

Florence Margaret Vivian Stott

(28 June 1876 - )
     Florence Margaret Vivian Stott was born on 28 June 1876 in Springfield, Essex, England. She was the daughter of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex. Florence Margaret Vivian Stott was listed as Carstin Henry Meyer's stepdaughter in the 1901 census in 28 Wyndham Rd, East Ham, Middlesex.
     Florence Margaret Vivian Stott appeared on the 1911 census in Epsom, Surrey. STOTT, Florence Margaret Vivian, Servant, Single, aged 33, Linemaid at Epsom College, born Essex Chelmsford.

George F Stott

(June 1866 - )
     George F Stott's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1866 in Peckham, Surrey. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.

James Walter Stott

(December 1870 - )
     James Walter Stott's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1870 in Chelmsford, Essex. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.

John St Aubyn Killigrew Stott

(6 June 1880 - 1926)
     John St Aubyn Killigrew Stott was born on 6 June 1880 in Springfield, Essex, England. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.
     John St Aubyn Killigrew Stott and Edward Henry Hussey Stott appeared on the 1891 census in the infant Orphan Asylum, Wanstead, Essex.
     He was mentioned in a letter from E H V Dunbar to J K Dunbar dated 24 Oct 1910 : John Stott my nephew remembrs going with his mother to Philpott's ofice, tho' he had forgotten the reasons for her visit. A letter from EHVD dated 20 Dec 1910 to cousin John Dunbar was written care of Mr John Stott, 19 Sercombe Rd, Glenferrie. He states that J Stott is my sister's son, I'm visiting him today. I hope to be home in Nambour in 10 days.
     John St Aubyn Killigrew Stott lived at 19 Sercombe Road, Hawthorn, Victoria, December 1910. He was mentioned in a letter from Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar dated 20 December 1910. c/- Mr. John Stott, 19 Sercombe Rd, Glenferrie. 20.12.10
Dear Cousin John,
I enclose copy of pedigree: It may convey some information: You need not return it. I regret that I cannot manage to visit Penshurst. Next year I shall have more time at my disposal & hope we shall meet.
J. Stott is my sister's son: I am visiting him today. With Kind regards and best wishes for a happy Xmas,
Yours sincerely,
E .H.V. Dunbar
Address your next to Nambour. I hope to be home in 10 days
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     John died in 1926 in East Melbourne, Victoria.

Joseph Aloyisius Gibson Stott

(before June 1860 - before 13 June 1938)
     Joseph Aloyisius Gibson Stott was born before June 1860.
     Maria Hunn Dempster married secondly Joseph Aloyisius Gibson Stott on 4 June 1927 in Lyons & Aix-les-Bains, France. 4 June 1927 Marriage solemnized at the British Consulate, Lyons. 5 June 1927 - Marriage solemnized in the chaplaincy of Aix-les-Bains in the Dept of Savoie in the country of France: Joseph Gibson Stott aged 67, widower, banker, son of Gibson Stott, Capt 92nd Gordon Highlanders, deceased; and Maria Huon Trevor, 54, widow, daughter of William Dempster, banker, deceased; both residing at Hotel Chateau Durieux, Aix-les-Bains: married in the Church of St Swithins according to the Rites & Ceremonies of the Church of England after Civil Marriage before H.B. Mi Consul General Lyon by me C S Ryder. chaplain of the Royal Memorial Church, Cannes, temporary chaplain of the English Church, Aix-les-Bains.
     Joseph died before 13 June 1938 in South Yarra, Victoria. An unknown person was buried on 13 June 1938 in Boroondara cemetery, grave 69 in Kew.

Richard Stott

(1 December 1830 - 6 July 1881)
     Richard Stott was born on 1 December 1830 in Leeds, Yorkshire. He was the son of James Stott, Esq, solicitor of Rochdale, Lancashire. Richard was a solicitor, London. He was described as solicitor of London & Chelmsford.
     Richard Stott was mentioned in the will of Emily Baker.
     Richard Stott married Thomasine Florence Dunbar, daughter of Henry Hussey Vivian Dunbar and Anna Caddell, on 9 June 1874 in Camberwell, Camberwell RD, Surrey. Florrie was his second wife. His first wife was Elizabeth Tomlinson? of Maldon, Essex who died in 1872. They had issue: Elizabeth born March 1861, Charles James born 22 June 1863, William Henry born 6 Dec 1864, George Francis born 23 April 1866, Richard Ernest born 8 December 1868, James Walter born 14 Nov .. and died 8 March 1884.
     Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar appeared on the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex. Richard Stott, solicitor, aged 50, born Leeds, Yorkshire, Florence, wife, aged 28, born Dublin, Charles James, aged 17, born Chelmsford, George F, aged 14, born Peckham, Surrey, Richard E, aged 13 born Peckham, James W, aged 10 born Chelmsford, Florence M V, aged 4, Edward H H, aged 3 and John St A K, aged 9 months all born at Springfield, Essex.
     Richard died on 6 July 1881 aged 50.

Children of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar

Richard E Stott

(circa 1868 - )
     Richard E Stott was born circa 1868 in Peckham, Surrey. A Richard Edmund H Stott was registered in the Dec quarter of 1867 in the Rochdale district of Lancashire. He was the son of Richard Stott and Thomasine Florence Dunbar. Florence, John, Edward, Charles, George, Richard and James were listed as the children of Richard Stott in the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex.
     Richard E Stott appeared on the 1911 census in the Plomesgate Union Workhouse, Wickham Market, Suffolk. Richard Stott, 42, single, casual, general labourer, born Peckham Surrey.

George Stowe

     George Stowe married Agnes Coghlan, daughter of Michael Coghlan and Emma Booker.

Gertie Stradling

     Gertie Stradling was born in England.
     Gertie Stradling married Francis John Lascelles, son of Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl of Harewood and Diana Elizabeth Matilda Smythe, in 1905.
     Gertie Stradling lived at 6a Pont Street, London, England, 1928.

Child of Gertie Stradling and Francis John Lascelles

Robert Marshall Straight

     Robert Marshall Straight married Maria Charlotte Valentina Noad, daughter of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn, on 11 June 1839 in St Lawrence, Rode, Frome RD, Somerset.

Eleanor Strange

(circa 1308 - circa 1347)
     Eleanor Strange was born circa 1308.
     Eleanor Strange married Gerard de Lisle, son of Warin de Lisle and Alice Tyes.
     Eleanor died circa 1347.

Child of Eleanor Strange and Gerard de Lisle

Elizabeth Strange

Susan Strange

(circa 1816 - )
     Susan Strange was born circa 1816 in Wickham, Suffolk.
     Susan Strange married David Cocksedge, son of Richard Cocksedge and Elizabeth Corbold, on 29 April 1833 in Cotton, Suffolk.
     In the 1851 census Susan Strange was living in the household of her father-in-law Richard Cocksedge in Cotton, Suffolk.
     Susan Strange was recorded on the 1851 census in Cotton, Suffolk.

Isabel de Strathbogie

     Isabel de Strathbogie married Edward Bruce 6th Earl of Carrick, King of Ireland, son of Robert de Bruce Earl of Carrick, 6th Lord of Annandale and Marjorie Carrick Countess of Carrick. They did not formally marry. Isabel de Strathbogie was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of John de Strathbogie.

Matilda (Maude) Strathearn?

Child of Matilda (Maude) Strathearn? and Alexander Stewart Earl of Mentheith

Thomas Stratton

(circa 1777 - 23 February 1860)
     Thomas Stratton was also known as Stretton in records. He was born circa 1777 in Huntingdonshire.
     Thomas Stratton married Elizabeth Stanser, daughter of John Stanser and Eleanor Sims, on 12 November 1806 in Tallington, Lincolnshire.
     Thomas Stratton and Elizabeth Stanser were recorded on the 1851 census in Tallington. Thomas Stretton head, aged 79/72, pauper ag. lab, born Winwick? Hunts; his wife Elizabeth aged 70, born Ketton, Rutland and their unmarried sons William aged 32 and Thomas 26, ag. labs., both born at Tallington.
     Thomas died on 23 February 1860 in Tallington, Lincolnshire.

Eliza Mary Strawbridge

(circa 1855 - 15 July 1879)
     Eliza Mary Strawbridge was born circa 1855.
     Eliza Mary Strawbridge married Edward Colbert, son of Thomas Colbert and Honora Curren, on 11 July 1877 in St Rose, Kapunda, South Australia.
     Eliza died on 15 July 1879 in Kapunda, South Australia.

John Percival Strawbridge

     John Percival Strawbridge married an unknown person .

Child of John Percival Strawbridge

Thelma Strawbridge

(28 November 1909 - 10 February 1996)
     Thelma Strawbridge was buried in Hicksite Cemetery, Bloomfield, Ontario, Canada. She was born on 28 November 1909 in Dorland, Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of John Percival Strawbridge.
     Thelma died on 10 February 1996 in Picton, Ontario, Canada, aged 86.

Ellen Street

(before 1620 - before 19 June 1666)
     Ellen Street was also known as Elenor in records. She was born before 1620 in Langsett, Penistone?, Yorkshire. She was the third daughter of Reginald Street of Langsett.. She was the daughter of Reginald Street.
     Ellen Street married Edward Rich, son of John Rich and Ellen Wilson, on 31 August 1642 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. Edward Rich, yeoman 27 of Ecclesfield & Elenor Street, spinster, of Sheffield. This makes a 5 year discrepancy for Edward - perhaps it is another Edward. Hobson states 31 July.
     Ellen Street married Zachariah Beard on 10 February 1648/49 in Ecclesfield. He married Ellin Rich, who may have been the widow of Edward Rich - that marriage being at Ecclesfield on 31 July 1642 to Eleanor Street. But if that was to the Edward of Renall, they continued to have children after this date. More work required.
     Ellen died before 19 June 1666 in Penistone, Yorkshire. She was buried on 19 June 1666 in Penistone.

Children of Ellen Street and Edward Rich

Ellen Street

(before 1605 - before 27 May 1675)
     Ellen Street was born before 1605 in Yorkshire, England.
     Ellen Street married William Rich alias Peck, son of Edward Rich and Agnes Unknown (Peck) (Mendlove), on 3 February 1623/24 in Penistone. Willelmus Rich et Helena Streete..
     Ellen Street was mentioned in the manorial court roll dated 30 November 1670 in Penistone, Yorkshire. 6th April 1676 copy surrender: Court Baron of Godfrey Bosvile, Manor of Penistone. It was presented that William Peck, alias Rich, surrendered on November 30 1670, all that moiety of all messuages, lands, tenements, marks and groves in Thurlestone and Penistone and also a moiety of all other messuages and lands whatsoever, which William Jenkinson and Joan his wife once surrendered at a rent of 3 shillings p.a. to the use of William Peck alias Rich and Ellen his wife for their lives and other stated uses. If all the heirs fail, than as an annual rent charge to maintain a pious priest at Ecclesfield church. They made fine 3 shillings.
     In Ellen Street's will dated 29 October 1673 in 'Hornethwaite', Thurlstone Meir, Penistone, Ellen Street was named as executrix of the estate; In the name of God amen the nine & twentieth day of October 1673 I William Rich of Hornethwaite in Thurleston Meire, in the parish of Penistone, Yks, yeoman, being in good health and perfect memory ... being desirous to settle my estate in lands and goods in peace: and also being mindful of the uncertainty of mans life doe make constitute and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and forme following. First and principally I commend my soul to God who gave it mee by and through the passions merritts of Jesus Christ my sole Saviour and redeemer And my bodie to the earth from whence it came and to be buried in the parish church of Penistone afsd at the discretion of Ellin my now wife hoping of a joyfull resurrection thereof to life eternal at the last day by vertue of Christ my Lord; And as for my estate both real and personal which it hath pleased god to bless mee with all; I doe dispose thereof as followeth;
First my will and mind is that my due debts and funerall expenses be paid and satisfied forth of my whole personall estate; And these discharged I doe hereby give devise and bequeath all my goods, chattles Cattells and personal estate unto the said ELLIN my now wife, and as for my freehold lands, tenements and heredeitaments with the appurtenances whereof I stand seized in present possession or ... I doe dispose thereof as followeth;
first whereas I ... formerly by deed indented under my hand and seal bearing date 4 May 1650 the same being lawfully executed with livery and seizin for the consideration therein specyfield given granted enfeffed and confirmed unto to John Coulswell Shephouse & Reginald Appleyard of Eclands in the said parish of Penistone yeomen all that my capital messuage or manor house within Thurlestone afsd commonly called Hornthewaite Hall with all ... barns, buildings, gardens orchards fonlds, yards... closes, lands, meadows feedings, pastures, woods ... rents services customs ways ... hereditaments and apppurtenances whatsoever to the said capital messuage or manor house belonging or in anywise appertaining lyeing and being in Thurlestone and Penistone afsd; And one parcell of meadows or pasture luing in Eclands afsd; And now or late in the occupation of William Appleyard and commonly called the .o..e; And also all those my water: Corne milnes and kilne in Thurlstone afsd together with all and only? the ... goyts ... libertyes easments ... customs and dutyes to the said milnes and kilne belong and appertaining; And all the parcell of lands and soile called the Greaves or .ohnes lying betwen the Goyts of the said milne and the ... of ...; to have and to hold the said capitall messuage or manor house barnes buildings gardens foulds yards croftes closes lands meadows pastures milnes and kilne ... goyts .ames ... soyle customs; And all the before granted premises with appurtenances unto them the said John Couldwell and Reginald Appleyard and to theire heires forever; unto ... use and uses intents and purposes hereafter lymitted and expressed that is to say for and to the use and uses of mee the said William Rich and Ellin my now wife for and during our naturall lifes and the life of the longer liver of us with out impeachment of ... and after our deceases and the decease of the longer liver of us to such use and uses intents and purposes as I the said William Rich shall by my deed or deeds under my hand and seale sufficiently executed or by my last will & testament in writeing under my hand and seale made ... expressed declared and appointe the same and to noe other use intent or purpose whatsoever; As by the said deed whereunto ... being had more at ... and doth appear; now I the said William Rich doe confirme and allowe the said deed and the possession and seizin thereof given for and r...ing the ... of the lives naturall of me the said William Rich and of the said Ellin my now wife; And after the deceases of me; and the said Ellin now my wife; in pursuance and according to the p... referred by the said deed I doe hereby give devise... expresse declare and appoint all the said messuage lands tenements hereditaments with appurtenances to the use & behoof of SILVANUS RICH of Bulhouse in Thurlestone in the said countie, yeoman and the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten and to be begotten and for want of such issue;
then to the use and behoof of DANIELL RICH SONNE OF DANIEL RICH OF SMALLSHAW and the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten; and for want of such issue;
then to the use of JOHN RICH son of EDWARD RICH OF RENNOW; and the heires males of his body lawfully begotten; and for want of such issue then to the use and behoofe of Josyas Wordsworth of Water Hall in Penistone, yeoman and Richard Morton of Honley in the sd co. yeoman their heires and assigns for ever In trust and confidence nevertheless and to this intent and purpose; that all and any person or persons from time to time forever ... have or take? any estate of inheritance of and in the said messuage lands tenements and premises by vertue of these presents and the said deed or other of them imediatley after the decease of mee the said William Rich and Ellin now my wife; Shall for the of the rents ... and profitts of the premises satisfie pay and discharge all and every the sume and sumes of money hereafter in these presents me... and expressed at such days and times as herein afterwards is sett down with out any default... or abatements for or by reason of any charges tax or impositions? charged or to be charged in any manor howsoever; that is to say the sume of three pounds six shillings and eight pence of lawfull money of England yearly and any? year forever att the feast of the Penticost only into the Godly preaching minister of the word of God of the parish church of Penistone afsd for the time being ... after my death and the death of Ellin my wife;
also the sum of four shillings of the money yearly and ... for ever of the ... only unto the schoolmaster of the Free Grammar School of Penistone afsd ... the first payment to being at the feast of Pentecost next after my death and the death of my said wife,
also the sum of twenty shillings of like money yearly and every year att the feast of Pentecost unto the overseers of the poore of the parish of Penistone ..; to be distributed ... at the discretion of the same overseers;
Also the sum of one hundred pounds of like money within one year next after the decease of me and my said wife unto Anne Sandersone widdowe ?yones ... Mary wife of Jonathan West? and Martha wife of Thomas Bramhall; equally to bee divided amongst them that now advantage and bee taken by survivorship amongst them all which sume and summes of money abovementioned I give and bequeath by these presents unto all ... chargeable of my reale estate ... and I hope the person or persons to whom my said estate shall come by the said deed and this my last will and testament will truly and honestly pay and discharge the same ..;
provided always nevertheless and my will and mind further is; that ... sums of money afsd be not paid and satisfied according to the intent and meaning of these presents; att the days and times ... then I doe hereby give and devise the said messuage, etc. unto the said Josyas Wordworth and Richard Morton and their heires and to the survivor of them and his heirs in trust that they ... may enforce unto the same; and receive and take the rents [until the money is paid]. ...
And I doe nominate and appoint John Wainwright? of She... and the said Richard Morton supervisor of this my last will and desiring them to ... the same executor they having theire charges born by my ...
I doe make and ordayne the said Ellin my wife sole executrix of this my last will and testament to whom I doe give all my goods chattels and personal estate whatsoever in ... whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the day and month? first above expressed AD 1673 William Rich signed sealed published and declared in the presence of us Mathew Wilkinson, Richard Morton, William Stronge, Abell Rich.

     Ellen Street made a will dated 7 July 1674 in Penistone. In her will she describes herself as Ellin Rich of Hornthwaite Hall and leaves various bequests including £5 to Abell Rich, £10 to Richard Street daughters?, to the children of Edward Rich of Renah? by Ellin his late wife £10 equally plus lots of other bequests to the Streets, and also mentions William Haigh of Thurlestone her beloved kinsman. ... She was an executor of Ellen Street's estate on 31 August 1674 in the Prerogative Court of York.
     Ellen died before 27 May 1675 in Penistone, YKS. She was buried on 27 May 1675 in Penistone, YKS. Sepult. Hellen Rich, vidua.
     Her will was proved on 18 August 1675 at PCY. Ellin, widow, Hornthwaite Hall, Penistone.

Humphrey Street

(before 1550 - )
     Humphrey Street was born before 1550 in Yorkshire.
     In 1575/6 Elias Strete de Langside yeoman confirms to Humfry Street my son & heir apparaent all m good s & chattels. Testl Chris. Wilson, Wm Parker, Thomas Wilson, Richard Priest.
     A marriage settlement between Humphrey Street and Elizabeth Wilson was made on 20 June 1576 in Yorkshire. June 20 18 Elz 1576: This indenture between Ellis Street of Langside yeoman on the one part & Thomas Wilson of Oughtibridge husbandman on the other - Humphrey Street son & heir apparent of sd Ellis to marry Elizabeth daughter of the said Thomas Wilson upon 10 July next - Ellis Street covenant to settle his estate at Langside on them & their isssue - remainder to his right heirs - before 18 July next - also lands at the Green in Waldershelf - Thomas Wilson covenants to pay to said Hymphrey Street £10/-/-.
     Humphrey Street married Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Thomas Wilson, on 10 July 1576 in Yorkshire.

Humphrey Street

(15 March 1617 - )
     Humphrey Street was christened on 15 March 1617 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Reginald Street.

John Street

(before 16 August 1627 - )
     John Street was born before 16 August 1627 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Reginald Street.

Josias Street

(before 3 April 1632 - )
     Josias Street was born before 3 April 1632 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Reginald Street.

Reginald Street

     Reginald Street lived at Langsett, Penistone?, Yorkshire. He was born in Penistone, Yorkshire.

Children of Reginald Street

Reginald Street

(before 29 July 1610 - )
     Reginald Street was born before 29 July 1610 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Reginald Street.

Reginald Street

(before 4 April 1630 - )
     Reginald Street was born before 4 April 1630 in Penistone, Yorkshire. He was the son of Reginald Street.