Person:Henry Wheldon (1)

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Henry Wheldon
b.ABT 1619
d.28 Oct 1694
m. abt 1611
  1. Thomas Whelden1611/12 - abt 1614
  2. Catherine Wheldenabt 1617 - aft 1688
  3. Henry WheldonABT 1619 - 1694
  4. Mary Whelden1621 - abt 1673
  5. Martha Whelden1621 - abt 1639
  6. Ralph WheldonABT 1624 -
  7. Ruth Wheldon1626 - 1693
  8. John Wheldonabt 1630 - 1711
  • HHenry WheldonABT 1619 - 1694
  • WEde
m. 25 Jan 1648
Facts and Events
Name Henry Wheldon
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1619
Christening[1] 21 Feb 1618/9 Basford, Nottinghamshire, England
Marriage 25 Jan 1648 to Ede
Death? 28 Oct 1694
Ancestral File Number PDZR-RN
Ancestral File Number 342W-9T
Ancestral File Number 1TGV-M2

In 1655, joined his brother John and brothers-in-law, Richard Taylor, tailor, and Richard Taylor, husbandman in a lawsuit against the estate of their father-- specifically of their step-mother, Margaret, who was recipient of the full estate. (S2)

References
  1. "The Origins of Gabriel Whelden of Yarmouth and Malden, Massachusetts", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 163:254, October 2009, Secondary quality.

    Citing Basford parish records, "Henry Wheeldon the sonne of Gabriel Wheeldon baptized the one and twentieth day of ffebruarie [1618/9]"

  2.   Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Middlesex County Probate and Administration, Folio 11: HLS #411, 28 Jul 1655, Secondary quality.

    "To the Constable of maulden or his deputie. You are required to attach the body or goods of Margrett Weilden, late widdow of Gabriel Weilden, and to take bond of her to the value of fourscore plus tenn pounds with sufficient suerties for her appearance at the next Court holden at Cambrdge ye wd day of ye 8 mo. 55, then and there to anser ye complaynt of Henry Weilden John Weilden, Rich: Taylor Taylor and Rich: Taylor husbandman for withholding their parts or portions of an estate which their late father Gabriell Weilden was possessor or owner of in his life and soe make a true returne hereof under your hand. Dated the 28 of the 5th mo. 55. By the Court Tho: Starr"