Rebecca Bowtell1

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Individual's Timeline

BirthRebecca Bowtell1
Marriage3 April 1782Rebecca Bowtell1

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Married Name: Her married name was Blake.1

Locus Operandi

Research Notes

  • Research note 01: Rebecca's parents are Charles and Rebecca (nee LAGDEN). Charles' Will may be the one indexed in Essex records. An earlier Charles BOWTELL from the same town was a blacksmith (c1701). This same man was tried in 1715.
    * Rebecca LAGDEN's father may have been William LAGDEN of Thaxstead. Rebecca BIOWTELL, a widowed daughter of William was his executor c 1765.1,2

Children of Rebecca Bowtell and John Blake

Citations

  1. Website Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) "Pierson Family Tree."
  2. Essex Records Office, online http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk, Will of Charles Bowtell of Lindsell, yeoman

    Repository:     Essex Record Office
    Level: Category     Archdeaconry records
    Level: Fonds     ARCHDEACONRY OF MIDDLESEX (ESSEX AND HERTFORDSHIRE JURISDICTION)
    Level: Sub-Fonds     WILLS
    Level: File     Wills
    Level: Item     Will of Charles Bowtell of Lindsell, yeoman
    Reference Code:     D/AMW 20/1/14
    Dates of Creation:     19 December 1793
    Title:     Will of Charles Bowtell of Lindsell, yeoman
    Date From:     1793
    Date To:     1793
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    D/DC 24/1
    Writ of venire facias to summon twelve men of the neighbourhood of Lindsell

    Repository:     Essex Record Office
    Level: Category     Estate and Family records
    Level: Fonds     MISCELLANEOUS ESSEX DOCUMENTS
    Level: Series     Writs, indictments etc.
    Level: Item     Writ of venire facias to summon twelve men of the neighbourhood of Lindsell
    Reference Code:     D/DC 24/1
    Dates of Creation:     10 August 1715, at Chelmsford
    Title:     Writ of venire facias to summon twelve men of the neighbourhood of Lindsell
    Scope and Content:     Writ of venire facias to summon twelve men of the neighbourhood of Lindsell to the next Assize at Chelmsford to try Charles Bowtell of Lindsell, yeoman. Returned by William Cole, esquire, Sheriff of Essex
    Transferred to The National Archive.
    Date From:     1715
    Date To:     1715
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    D/DU 293/187

    Repository:     Essex Record Office
    Level: Category     Miscellaneous
    Level: Fonds     DEEDS MAINLY RELATING TO GREAT DUNMOW
    Reference Code:     D/DU 293/187
    Dates of Creation:     8 December 1815
    Scope and Content:     Documents produced in the Chancery suit Knight v. JOhns and another:-

    293/187 copy will of William Lagden of Thaxted, yeoman, 16 November 1765

    Devises part of messuage [rooms and outbuildings specified] two closes of land 98a.) called Welfield (sometime one close) and close of pasture (2a.) called Blowes and an undivided moiety of the brewhouse and well, all in Thaxted, to s. William for life, with remainder to his heirs male in order of primogeniture, remainder to his heirs female as tenants in common and the heirs of their bodies, remainder to testator's s. Henry for life and his heirs in tail as above, reversion to the heirs of the testator; residue of the said messuage [outbuildings, but no rooms specified] and lands [no details] and a close of land at Monk Street in Thaxted exchanged with Smeeth Rayner, to s. Henry (subject to dower of testator's w.) for life, with remainder to his heirs in tail as above, remainder to said s. William in tail as above, with reversion to the heirs of testator, Robert Barnard of Richmonds Farm in thaxted, farmer, being appointed trustee to preserve all the said contingent remainders; so much of his messuage and garden in Monk Street in thaxted as is in occupation of wm. White, close of land, sometime part of Monks Field in Thaxted, but divided by testator, and an undivided moicty of the barn of the messuage to the said rob. Barnard, in trust to pay the rents and profits to daughter eliz. until she shall die or marry; and if the said Elizabeth shall marry James Coell of Thaxted, butcher, `which is contrary to my will and good liking' testator devises the said property to his sons William and Henry equally divided as tenants in common, but if she shall marry any other man then he devises the same to her for life, remainder to her heirs in tail as above, remainder to daughter Rebecca in tail as above, reversion to the heirs of testator, the said Robert Barnard being appointed trustee to preserve all the said contibgent remainders; the rest of the said messuage in Monk Street in occupation of George Crow, and of the close called MOnks field and a moiety of the said barn to daughter Rebecca for life remainder to her heirs in tail as above, remainder to the said Robert Barnard in trust to pay the rents and profits to daughter Elizabeth for life or until she shall marry, remainder to his sons William and Henry as tenats in common if she shall marry James coell, remainder to the said Elizabeth is she shall marry any other man, and to her heirs in tail as above, reversion to the heirs of testator. Residue to testator's w., his sons Henry and William and daughter Rebecca and Elizabeth in equal portions, the share of Elizabeth going to Rebecca if she shall marry the said James coell Execx.: daughter Rebecca Bowtell, wid., to whom he bequeaths £2.2s. for her trouble and whom he appoints guardian of his other children while minors, with his said w.

    Endorsed: `This paper writing marked with the Letter A was produced and shewn to George Wade and Walter Holloway at the time of their examination and by them deposed to'
    Date From:     1815
    Date To:     1815.