Person:Anthony Hawkredd (2)

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Mayor Anthony Hawkredd
m.
  1. Mayor Anthony Hawkredd1561 - 1628
  • HMayor Anthony Hawkredd1561 - 1628
  • WIsabel Dowseest 1570 - 1615
m. est 1595
  1. Mary Hawkredd1596 - 1656
  2. Sarah Hawkreddest 1598 - 1676
  3. Elizabeth Hawkredd1605 - aft 1670
m. 1 Jun 1616
Facts and Events
Name[1] Mayor Anthony Hawkredd
Gender Male
Christening[1] 3 Aug 1561 Boston, Lincolnshire, England
Marriage est 1595 Estimate based on date of birth of eldest known child.
to Isabel Dowse
Marriage License 24 Jul 1615 North Kelsey, Lincolnshire, Englandto Elizabeth Hatcher
Marriage 1 Jun 1616 Thornton le Moor, Lincolnshire, Englandor North Kelsey, Lincolnshire, England (St. Nicholas)
to Elizabeth Hatcher
Will[1] 12 Aug 1626 Boston, Lincolnshire, England
Burial[1] 28 Apr 1628 Boston, Lincolnshire, England
Probate[1] 7 Jun 1628 Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandWill proved.

"Anthony Hawkredd (William), baptised in Boston, England, 3 Aug. 1561, died and was buried there, 28 Apr. 1628, 'gentleman.' He married first, about 1595, Isabel Dowse, born in Freiston about 1560, buried in Boston, 22 June 1615, daughter of John and Cassander (-----) Dowse of Freiston. He married secondly [Anthony Hawkred of Boston, gent, aet. 44, (sic) [It will be noted that the marriage license of Anthony Hawkredd gives his age as 44 in 1615, making him born in 1571 instead of 1561. Either the marriage record is in error or Anthony, whose baptism is given in 1561, died young, and a second Anthony was born ten years later who was either not baptised in Boston, or the record was omitted. As Anthony married in or about 1595, he would be more apt to be born 1571 than 1561. If born in 1571, he would be son of Elizabeth and her only surviving child in 1575, but he named his first daughter Mary, his second Sarah, his third Anne, and it was not until a fourth daughter was born that he named one Elizabeth]. & Elizabeth Askough of Thornton in le More, wid., lic. 24 July 1615. Appln. by Wm. Bennet of Boston, gentleman. At Thornton or Kelsey St. Nicholas], 1 June 1616, Elizabeth (Hatcher) Ayscough, daughter of Thomas Hatcher of Careby and widow of Francis Ayscough of Thornton-le- Moor. Anthony Hawkredd was a mercer or merchant and was Mayor of Boston. He apparently was the only surviving son of his father.

Anthony Hawkredd, Mayor of Boston, made his will, 12 Aug. 1626, proved at Boston, 7 June 1628. He gave to his wife, Elizabeth; to his son Anthony Hawkred; to son Samuel Hawkredd; to daughter Mary, wife of Thomas Conye; to daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Conye; to Samuel Conye and John Conye, children of Thomas Conye; to son Samuel Hawkredd; to son John Hawkredd; to John Ayscough, his wife's son, at 21; son Anthony Hawkredd to be executor with brother-in-law William Hatcher, friend George Thorrold, sonnes-in-law Thomas Conye and John Conye, supervisors, at the discretion of John Cotton, Vicar of Boston and Anthonie Tuckney of Cambridge. Witnesses, Michaell Mitchell, Thomas Conie, William Thompson, Robert Reade. (Lincoln Consistory Court, 1628, 1: 46.) Inquest P. M., 1 Oct. 1628. of Anthony Hawkredd of Boston. Land in Boston &c., in consideration of marriage to Elizabeth Ayscough of Thornton, co. Lincoln, solemnised, 1 June 1616. Anthony Hawkredd made his will, 12 Aug. 1626, giving one-third part to son and heir Anthony Hawkredd and two-thirds to wife Elizabeth. Anthony Hawkredd died, 28 Apr. 1628. Elizabeth, the widow. is living at Boston. (Misc. Chancery, Vol. 532, No. 14.)"[1]
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Holman, Mary Lovering. Ancestors and Descendants of John Coney of Boston, England and Boston, Massachusetts. (Concord, N. H.: Rumford Press, 1928), 50.