Person:Margaret Unknown (877)

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Margaret Unknown
 
d.abt 1665/6
  • HRobert Hicksabt 1585 - 1647
  • WMargaret Unknown - abt 1665/6
m. 1610
  1. Thomas Hicks1603/4 - 1604
  2. John Hicks1605 - Bef 1672
  3. Sarah Hicks1607 - 1617/8
  4. Richard Hicks1609 -
  5. Margaret Hicks1610 -
  6. Samuel Hicks1611 - Abt 1676
  7. Lydia HicksABT 1615 - 1634
  8. Phebe Hicks1614/15 - 1663
  9. Mary Hicks1617 - 1619
  10. Elizabeth HicksABT 1618 -
  11. Daniel HicksABT 1621 -
  12. Ephraim HicksAbt 1625 - 1649
Facts and Events
Name Margaret Unknown
Gender Female
Marriage 1610 London, EnglandSt. Brides Church
to Robert Hicks
Will[1] 8 Jul 1665 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United StatesFiled
Death? abt 1665/6
Probate[1] 6 Mar 1665/6 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United StatesWill probated


In her will, dated 8 July 1665 and proved 6 March 1665/6,

"Margarett Hickes widow of the town of Plymouth" bequeathed to "my son Samuell Hickes" £5; to "my daughter-in-law Lydia Hickes" 30s.; to "my son Samuell's children" 10s. each "there being seven of them"; said legacies to be paid by "son Samuell Hickes" from his debt "he having already received a large portion of that which God hath given me not only in lands but also in goods and chattels which was not only my husband's and son Ephraim's estate formerly but also given to me by will at my son Ephraim's death"; to "my grandchild John Banges" 40s.; residue to "the children of my son-in-law Gorg Watson and my loving daughter that is deceased Phebe Watson," also said estate to be "at the dispose of my son-in-law Gorg Watson"; "my son-in-law Gorg Watson and my friend Captain Southworth" overseers [PCPR 2:2:32, abstracted in MD 16:157-58].

  The inventory of Margaret Hickes, taken 5 March 1665[/6], totalled £53 12s. 6d. and included no real estate [PCPR 2:2:33, abstracted in MD 16:158]. On 6 March 1665/6 "Gorge Watson" was granted administration on the estate of "Mistris Margarett Hickes, deceased" [PCR 4:117].
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Robert Hicks, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995).