Person:Anne Dabson (1)

Watchers
  • HJames Caryabt 1622 - 1694
  • WAnne Dabson1643 - 1705
m. on or aft. 27 Sep 1664
  1. James Caryaft 1664 - 1726
  2. Ann Caryaft 1664 - aft 1702
  3. Elizabeth Caryabt 1669 - 1729
  4. Jane Caryaft 1673 - aft 1705
  5. Mary Caryabt 1675 - aft 1719
  6. Robert Caryabt 1675 - 1751
  7. Edith Cary1675 - aft 1751
Facts and Events
Name Anne Dabson
Gender Female
Birth[1] c.1643 probably at Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire
Marriage License 27 Sep 1664 St. Margaret Moses, London, Englandto James Cary
Marriage on or aft. 27 Sep 1664 St. Margaret Moses, London, Englandto James Cary
Death[2] c.1705 Worth, Sussex
Burial[3] 5 Mar 1705 St. Nicholas, Worth, Sussex
Will[2] proved 19 Mar 1705 (written 19 Mar 1702) Proved In London
References
  1. James Cary and Anne Dabson - marriage, in Foster, Joseph, and Joseph Lemuel Chester. London marriage licenses, 1521-1869. (London: Bernard Quaritch, 1887).

    Foster, Joseph, ed., London Marriage Licences, 1521-1869, from excerpts by the late Colonel Chester, D.C.L.,… London, Bernard Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, W., p. 251, 1887
    Cary, James, of St. Margaret Moses, Youdon, salter, widower, and Anne Dabson, spinster, 21, daughter of Robert Dabson, of Aston, co. Oxon, gent., who consents–at Lutenor, co. Oxon. 27 Sept. 1664. F.”
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  2. 2.0 2.1 Will of Anne Cary (née Dabson) “of the Parish of Worth”, proved 19 Mar 1705 (written 19 Mar 1702).

    "I Anne Cary of the Parish of Worth in the county of Sussex being of perfect health and sound understanding blessed be God yet considering my owne mortality doe make and ordaine this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following In the first place I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God as into the hands of a faithfull creator And my body to be decently and privately buryed at Aston in Oxfordshire if I shall happen to dye near that place if not in any other place at the discretion of my Executor And as for all my Worldly Goods I thus dispose of them Imprimis I give and bequeath to my children Robert Cary[,] Anne Mitchell[,] Elizabeth Hampton[,] Jane Cary[,] Mary Stevens and Edith Cary one hundred pounds apiece Item I give to my three Sonns in Law William Hampton[,] John Mitchell and Tho Stevens tenn pounds apiece Item I give to my Grandchildren Anne Mitchell[,] Jane Mitchell[,] Tho Mitchell[,] James Mitchell and John Mitchell twenty pounds apiece Item I give to my Grandchildren Elizabeth Hampton[,] William Hampton[,] James Hampton[,] John Hampton[,] Robert Hampton and Ambrose Hampton twenty pounds apiece Item I give to my Grandchildren Anne Stevens and Henry Stevens twenty pounds apiece Item I give to my Brother Tho Dobson five pounds apiece and to my Sister Jane Belson five pounds And to my Sister Mary (¿)Narraway(?) five pounds and Jane Dobson daughter to my brother John Dobson five pounds and to Sarah Wise daughter to my sister Abigail Wise five pounds and to Mary Braby five pounds Item I give to my Aunt Abigail Eustice and to my Cousin Mary Duffell twenty shillings apiece to buy them Rings Item I give to the poor of the ^said^ Parish of Worth twenty shillings and to the poor of the said Parish of Aston twenty shillings And my will is that all the Legacyes above disposed of by me shall be paid by me Executor hereafter named within twelve monthes after my decease Item all the rest of my goods chattells and Estate reall and personall and my house in Watlin Streete my just debts Legacyes ffunerall expenses being first fully satisfyed and discharged I give to my Eldest Sonn James Cary whom I make and constitute my sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament he the said James Cary paying an Annuity or yearly Rent of eight pounds Amount of or for my house in Watlin Streete for my Sister Elizabeth Small alias Pawlett for and during the terme of her naturall life half yearly by equall portions at Michaelmas and Lady Day the first paymt. thereof to begin and be made whichsoever of the said dayes shall ^first^ happen after my decease In Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seale this nineteenth day of March An Dom one thousand Seven hundred and two And my mind and will yet further is that in case any of my three children vis Robert Cary Jane Cary or Edith Cary shall happen to dye without issue before the said Legacyes shall become due and payable that then the said Legacy or Legayes of such of them as shall soe happen to dye shall be disposed equally amongst all the rest of my said Children first above named or their respective Children in case any of them shall be then dead or in case any of my said Children which are now marryed shall happen to dye before the said Legacyes shall become due that then the said Legacy of such of them shall be paid and equally divided amongst their Children share and share like And in case any of my Grandchildren above named shall dye before their Legcyes shall become due that then the said Legacy or Legacyes of such of them as shall soe happen to dye shall be equally divided Amongst the Brothers and Sisters respectively of all such of them as shall soe happen to dye And also I give to my friend Mr Leonard Gale of Crabbett twenty shillings to buy a Ring Witness my hand and Seale the day and yeare aforesaid Anne Cary / Signed Sealed and published in the presence of Henry Gale John Baldwin George Virgo." [transcribed by Robin Cary Askew]
    Description: Will of Anne Cary of Worth, Sussex / Date: 19 March 1705 / Catalogue reference: PROB 11/483 / Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury / Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers / Piece: Name of Register: Gee Quire Numbers: 130 - 175
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  3. National Burial Index for England & Wales, Second Edition, FFHS & Associates, 2004.

    Data Provided by the West Sussex Record Office