Person:James Cary (11)

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James Cary
b.aft. 27 Sep 1664
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 James Cary
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] aft. 27 Sep 1664 Date of the marriage licence of his parents.
Other[6] 7 Mar 1718 probably in Henley-upon-Thames, OxfordshireWitnessed the will of brother-in-law, Thomas Stevens
Death[3] 1726 St. Augustine, London, England
Burial[3][4] 11 Aug 1726 St. Augustine Watling Street, London
Will[5] proved 1 Sep 1726 (written 3 Sep 1725) London
References
  1. James Cary and Anne Dabson - marriage, in England: - Marriage Licences Issued By The Faculty Office, 1632-1714, September, 1664.

    « 27 Sep 1664 *Cary, James Dabson, Anne » Accessed on: ancestry.co.uk > England (General): Parish and Probate Records

  2. James Cary and Anne Dabson - marriage, in 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. » Taken from photocopy of page from original publication - courtesy of Thomas Hamm. Also can be accessed on: Google Books

  3. 3.0 3.1 James Cary - burial, in London Burials Index 1538-1872, 1726.

    « Burial Year: 1726 / Last Name: CARY / First Name: JAS /Age at death: ___ / Parish: LONDON (ST AUGUSTINE WATLING STREET) / County: LONDON / Month of Death: ___ / Misc.: ___ » Accessed on British Origins [britishorigins.com]

  4. Parish register for St. Augustine Watling Street Church, London, 1698-1750.

    « 1726 | St Austins Burialls / … / Cary | James Cary buried in St Austins Church august 11 » Image from the London Metropolitan Archives, St Augustine Watling Street, accessed on ancestry.co.uk/ > London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. > City of London > St Augustine, Watling Street > 1698-1750 > Page (image) 51 of 75

  5. Will of James Cary of Saint Austin, City of London, proved 1 Sep 1726 (written 3 Sep 1725) .

    « Tm / Jacobi Cary / I doe make and Ordaine this my last Will and Testament in manner following after my debts and ffuneral charges paid I give and bequeath to my servant Mary Sanders ffifty pounds besides the Note she has of my hand and Wages due to her the remainder I give to my Neece and Nephew ffras. and Cary Stevens Witness my hand the third day of Sept. 1725—James Cary
    31st Augt. 1726—
    Appeared personally Cary Hampton of the Parish of St. Austins London Tabacconist and Ambrose Hampton of the same Parish Vintner and being severally Sworne on the Holy Evangilists to depose the Truth did severally depose as follows That Mr James Cary late of the Parish of St. Austins London aforesaid deceased was these Deponents Uncle that they have often seen him write and therefore are very well acquainted with his Character and Manner of hand writing and having carefully perused the paper Writing here unto annexed purporting the last Will of the said deceased beginning thus I do make and ordaine this my last will, and ending thus, Witness my hand the third day of Sept. 1725—and Subscribed James Cary do severally depose that they do verily believe the same to be totally wrote and subscribed by and with the proper hand of the said James Cary deceased—Cary Hampton Ambrose Hampton—. Die et Anno.... » [transcribed by Robin Cary Askew]
    Description: Will of James Cary of Saint Austin, City of London / Date: 01 September 1726 / Catalogue reference: PROB 11/610 / Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury / Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers / Piece Name of Register: Plymouth Quire Numbers: 138 - 185 > Downloaded from the National Archives > nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline

  6. Will of Thomas Stevens, Gentleman of Henley upon Thames, Oxfordshire, proved 21 Apr 1719 (written 7 Mar 1718) .

    « ... In witness whereof I the Said Thomas Stevens have hereunto Set my hand and Seale this Seventh day of March in the ffifth year of the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain ffrance and Scotland King Defender of the ffaith of Anno Dom 1718 Tho: Stevens –––– Signed Sealed Published declared and delivered by the said Thomas Stevens the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us and then attested by us in his presence ffran: Blandy James Cary John Parrott » [excerpt from transcription by Robin Cary Askew]
    Description: Will of Thomas Stevens, Gentleman of Henley upon Thames, Oxfordshire / Date: 21 April 1719 / Catalogue reference PROB 11/568 / Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury / Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers / Piece: Name of Register: Browning Quire Numbers: 49 - 97 > Downloaded from the National Archives > nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline