Person:Anne Mitchell (8)

Anne Mitchell
b.on or bef 15 Jun 1694
d.aft 1702/5
m. 26 Aug 1693
  1. Anne Mitchell1694 - aft 1702/5
  2. Jane Mitchell1695 - aft 1702/5
  3. James Mitchellbef 1702 -
  4. John Mitchellbef 1702 -
  5. Thomas Mitchellbef 1702 -
Facts and Events
Name Anne Mitchell
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] on or bef 15 Jun 1694
Christening[1] 15 Jun 1694 Saint Mary The Virgin Aldermanbury, London
Death[3] aft 1702/5 She was named a beneficiary in the will of her grandmother, Anne Cary (née Dabson)
  1. 1.0 1.1 Anne Mitchell - birth/baptism, in International Genealogical Index - British Isles.

    « ANN MITCHELL - Gender: Female Birth: 15 JUN 1694 / Christening: 15 JUN 1694 Saint Mary The Virgin Aldermanbury, London, London, England / Father: JOHN MITCHELL; Mother: ANNE / Source Information: Batch No.: P001521 / Dates: 1538 - 1837 / Source Call No.: 0845245, 0845246 / Type: Film / Printout Call No.: 6903664 / Type: Film > The registers of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, London Bannerman, William Bruce » Accessed on

  2. Will of James Cary ‘Citizen and Salter of London’, proved 20 Dec 1694 (written 21 Oct 1694).

    « In the name of God Amen the ffirst and Twentieth day of October Anno Dom One Thousand Six hundred Ninety and ffouer in the sixth year of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord and Lady William and Mary by the grace of God over England Scotland France and Ireland King and Queen Defenders of the ffaith etc I James Cary Citizen and Salter of London being very well in body and of sound and perfect mind and memory praised be Almighty God therefore but calling to mind the uncertainty of this transitory Life do now make and declare this my last will and testament in manner following ... And where I have already given and advanced my now eldest sonn James Cary suitable and proportionable to my estate and have otherwise given in marriage with my daughter Ann now the wife of Mr. John Mitchell Gentleman to her late husband Mr. Ralph Mallory deceased the sum of seven hundred pounds and upward ... Item I give and bequeath ... and unto my granddaughter Anne Mitchell Daughter of Mr John Mitchell Tenn pounds to bee paid within twelve months after my decease ... And I do hereby appoint my said sonn in lawe Mr John Mitchell and my friend Mr Francis Lee Merchant to bee overseers of this my last will and testament desiring them to aid and assist with their advice and counsel my said executrix in the disposition of this my will and for their paines and as a token of my love to them I will them tenn pounds apiece for Mourning And my mind is and I appoint that my wife have the mantanon and care of my children until they shall attaine their respective ages of one and twenty yeares or dayes of marriage And I doe hereby revoke all former wills and bequests whatsoever by mee heretofore made at any time whatsoever in witness where of I the said James Cary the Testaotr to this my last will and testament have hereunto set my hand and seale the day and yeare first above written — James Cary » [excerpted from transcription by Thomas Hamm]
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  3. Will of Anne Cary (née Dabson) “of the Parish of Worth”, proved 19 Mar 1705 (written 19 Mar 1702).

    « I Anne Cary of the Parish of Worth in the county of Sussex being of perfect health and sound understanding blessed be God yet considering my owne mortality doe make and ordaine this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following ... Item I give to my Grandchildren Anne Mitchell Jane Mitchell Tho Mitchell James Mitchell and John Mitchell twenty pounds apiece ... In Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seale this nineteenth day of March An Dom one thousand Seven hundred and two ... Witness my hand and Seale the day and yeare aforesaid Anne Cary / Signed Sealed and published in the presence of Henry Gale John Baldwin George Virgo. » [excerpted from transcription by Robin Cary Askew]
    Description: Will of Anne Cary of Worth, Sussex / Date: 19 March 1705 / Catalogue reference: PROB 11/483 / Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury / Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers / Piece: Name of Register: Gee Quire Numbers: 130 - 175
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