Christen29 Jan 1562, Thaxted, Essex, England [3], [521]
Will14 Apr 1619, Braintree, Essex, England [3], [521]
Death29 May 1619, Braintree, Essex, England [1001]
FatherJohn LUMMYS (1536-1567)
MotherKyrsten Pasfield (1536->1567)
Marriage30 Jun 1589, Essex, England [1001]
SpouseAgnes LINGWOOD
Birthabt 1565, Bocking, Essex, England
Deathaft 14 Apr 1619, Essex, England [521]
FatherJohn Lingwood (1546-)
MotherJane Marlar (1530-)
Birthbef 1590, England [521]
Death25 Nov 1658, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [521]
Marriage30 Jun 1614, Shalford, Essex, England [3], [538]
Notes for John LOOMIS
“John Lummys," the father, and tailor, is shown by his will, dated 1619, to have been a tradesman and real-estate holder in comfortable circumstances, and a citizen of esteem in the church and community. [521]
Will notes for John LOOMIS
It is dated April 14, 1619; was exhibited in the Court of the Commissary of the Bishop of London for the counties of Essex and Hertford on the 29th of May following, and was proved by the executor, his son Joseph, June 21st. The following is a copy of the will verbatim. The words within brackets supply portions where the paper of the original manuscript is torn away, and they are believed to be the words of the original document:
In ye name of God Amen I John Loomis of Braintre in ye County of Essex Tayler being sick of bodye but of perfect and wholl minde and carefull to prepare my selfe for ye enioying of a better life Do make and ordeyne this my last will and Testament the fowrteenth Daye of Aprill in ye yeere of our lord god 1619. In manner and forme following ffirst I c"mend my soule into ye hands of almighty god my creator And my vile and corruptible body to ye earth from whence yt was taken wth a sure hope and sound perswac"n by my faith in ye mirritts of Jesus Christ my Redemer to haue this my body changed into a glorious being at ye last Day in his heavenly kingdome Item I will that Joseph Loomis my sonn shall haue my little Tenement or Dwelling house standing and being in Braintre aforesaid wherein John Lunt now dwelleth at ye Rate of fforty pownds towards ye payment of my Debts wth a Garden plott thereto belonging adioyning nere unto his owne And also one Stable standing nere the markett Crosse in Braintre at ye Rate of Thirtye pownds or to be sould to the uttermost that may be made of yt Item I will that all my hushould stuffe and moveable goods shall be praysed and my son Joseph to haue tenn pownds worth of them as shall seeme fit to him for his owne use. Item I giue to Marye Brooke ye Daughter of Ralph Brooke five pownds out of my said moveables Item my will is that all my Debts and funeral Charges being Defraied and paied my fower Daughters (vizt.) Ann Warr Sara Burton Elizabeth Preston and Jane Pengelly haue ye Remaynder and ouerplus as well of ye said houses as also of ye [moveables] equally to be devided among them parte and parte like to [them and their] heires or assignes All wch my will and meaning [is the same shall] not be parformed until one halfe yeere next [after the] deceace of Agnis my loving wife whom I will to enioye [all the] said moveables whatsoever During her naturall life And I make and ordeyne my said sonn Joseph Executor to this my last will and Testament Revoking all former whatsoever. And I request my sonne in law Willm Preston to be Supervisor to see yt performed according to my true intent and meaning. In Witnes whereof I have heervnto sett my hand and seale the Day and yeere wth in written The mark of John Loomis [mark] Theis being wittnesses I John Lunt his marke Richard Kimbould
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