Person:Mark Haskell (2)

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m. abt 1600
  1. Roger Haskell1612/13 - 1667
  2. Cecilie Haskell1616 - 1693
  3. William Haskell1618 - 1693
  4. Mark Haskell1621 - 1693
  5. Dorothy Haskell1623 -
  6. John Haskell1628/29 -
  7. Joan Haskell1628/29 - aft 1667
  8. Elizabeth Haskell1628 -
m. 10 Aug 1658
Facts and Events
Name Mark Haskell
Unknown Hascall
Gender Male
Christening? 8 Apr 1621 , Charlton, Somerset, England
Marriage 10 Aug 1658 Beverly, Essex, MAto Hannah Woodbury
Alt Death? 1688/1689 Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Death? 20 Aug 1693 Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, United States

Estate of Mark Haskell of Beverly Essex Probate Docket # 12770 Administration on the estate of Marke Hascall, intestate, granted Mar. 30, 1669, to Hanah Hascall, widow of Marke, who brought in an inventory amounting to 370 li. 8s. 3d.Court ordered to the two children left, Wm. and Marke, 200 li., the eldest to have a double portion, and the rest of the estate to the widow Hanah Hascall. Ordered also that Mr. Edmund Batter, Wm. Hascall, Hugh Woodbury and Nicholas Woodbury be overseers.Ipswich Quarterly Court Records, vol. 5, page 91.Inventory of the estate of Marke Haskell taken 27 : 11m : 1668 by Tho. Lowthroppe, Richard Brockens and John Hill:in money, 13 li. 6s. 3d. ; boots and shoos and stockins, 2 li. ; wearing cloathes, 11 li. 10s. ; wearing lining, 2 li. 4s. ; tow hats and one paire of gloves, 15s. ; one musket, towe blunderbuses, 2 li. 10s. ; thre remnants of woollen cloath, 9 li. 7s. ; one paire of stockens and one paire of gloves, 10s. ; six paire of sheetes and one of cotton, 5 li. 4s. ; lining clooth, 2 li. 1s. ; tableclooth and napkens, 16s. ; six pilowbeeres, 1 li. 4s. ; one bedd and furniture, 15 li. ; cuberd, table, chayres and chest, 8 li. ; towe bedds, Curtains and valances, 12 li. ; severall other things, 9 li. 13s. ; plate and puter and earthen weare, 9 li. 14s. 6d. ; brase and Iron, 8 li. 16s 6d. ; lumber & old Iron, 4 li. 7s. 6d. ; howse & ground, orchard and medow, 120 li. ; toe cowes and towe young beasts, 13 li. ; one mayre and coult, 5 li. ; thre sterse, 10 li. ; one bibell, 10s. ; total, 267 li. 8s. 3d. Ther is a ketch at sea to be apprised when it return. Received in Ipswich court Mar. 30, 1669Source: The Probate Records of Essex County 1665 - 1674, vol. 2, page 151, published by the Essex Institute, 1917Submitted: Ruth Holmes Source: Printed "Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts;1635 - 1681," In three volumes,The Essex Institute; Salem, MA; 1916