NameGeoffrey FISKE
Birthabt 1552
Will11 May 1629, Great Bently, Essex, England [607]
Will MemoProved at Colchester 23 Jul
Burial15 Jun 1629, Great Bently, Essex, England [1003, Cites Desc of Richard Fiske of Laxfield]
FatherRobert Fiske (~1521-<1602)
MotherSibella Gold [Barbor] (~1521-1571)
SpouseMary Cooke
Burial16 May 1614, St. James, South Elmham, England [1003, Cites Desc of Richard Fiske, which cites Candler]
Children
1 MSamuel Fiske
Birthabt 1586, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England [607]
Deathaft 11 May 1629, of Weybread, Suffolk, England [607]
2 FMary Fiske
Birthabt 1590, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England
SpouseJohn More
Birthabt 1592, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England [607]
Death21 Jun 1676, of Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA [607]
4 FLydia Fiske
5 FAnne Fiske
ChristenOct 1596, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England [607]
SpouseWilliam Bird
6 FElizabeth Fiske
Christen22 Apr 1599, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England [607]
7 MDavid Fiske
Birthabt 1601, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England
Deathbef 22 Jan 1661/2, (will prv) Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA [607]
SpouseSarah Smythe
8 FMartha FISKE
Christen9 Sep 1602, St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, England [607]
Death6 May 1684, Watertown, Middlesex Co, MA [607]
Notes for Geoffrey FISKE
Will gives his best suit of apparel to oldest son Samuel of Weybread, Suffolk and 5s. to Samuel’s daughter Elizabeth when she finished her apprenticeship. David Fiske of Weeley, Essex, probably a son, and Martin Underwood, son-in-law, were executors. He did not dispose of land in the will, as he probably divided his property at South Elmham when he went to moved to Great Bentley, probably to live with the Underwoods. [607]
Will notes for Geoffrey FISKE
The Will of Jeffery Fiske "in the towne" of Great Bently
[Great Bentley], co. Essex, yeoman, dated 11 May 1629.
My soul to the Almighty God. To Samuel Fisk, my eldest
son, living in Waybred [Weybread], co. Suffolk, my best
suit of apparel. To Elizabeth Fisk, daughter of the said
Samuel Fisk, 5s., to be paid at the end of her
apprenticeship. I appoint David Fisk of Weley [Weeley,
co. Essex] and Martine Underwood of Bentley executors,
giving to them whatsoever remains at Bently, they paying
all funeral expenses. [Signed] Jeffery Fysk. [Witnesses:]
John Locke, the mark of Helen Hayes. Proved at
Colchester 23 July 1629. (Archdeaconry of Colchester
[Somerset House, London], original will, No. 8.)
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