Person:Francis Anthony (1)

Dr. Francis Anthony
b.16 Apr 1550 London, England
d.Aft 26 May 1623 London, England
  1. Dr. Francis Anthony1550 - Aft 1623
  • HDr. Francis Anthony1550 - Aft 1623
  • WAlice Hawes1554 -
m. 1577
  • HDr. Francis Anthony1550 - Aft 1623
  • WSusan HoweAbt 1563 - 1623
m. 1584
  1. Francis AnthonyAbt 1575 - 1623
  2. Elizabeth AnthonyAbt 1577 -
  3. Alice _____Abt 1579 -
  4. Mary AnthonyAbt 1581 -
  5. Bridget Anthony - 1617/18
  6. Dr. John Anthony,1585 - 1655
  7. Frances AnthonyBet abt 1588 & 1589 -
  8. Martha Anthony1600 -
  9. Charles AnthonyAbt 1602 - 1640
m. 23 Sep 1609
Facts and Events
Name Dr. Francis Anthony
Gender Male
Birth[5] 16 Apr 1550 London, England
Marriage 1577 London, Middlesex, Englandto Alice Hawes
Marriage 1584 London, Englandto Susan Howe
Marriage 23 Sep 1609 London, Englandto Elizabeth Lante
Will[3] 25 May 1623 London, England
Death? Aft 26 May 1623 London, England
Burial[4] 29 May 1623 London, EnglandSt. Bartholomew The Great

It appears that early publications based the birth date of Dr. Francis Anthony on the parish register record for a daughter of Derick Anthony, Goldsmith.

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  1.   Charles Anthony. Genealogy of Anthony Family
    pp. 17 to 23.
  2.   Rhode Island Genealogy and Biography
    Vol. 2, pt. 1, p. 796.
  3. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society)

    Francis Anthony, Doctor of Physick, 25 May, 1623, proved 19 June, 1623. To be buried in the parish church of St. Bartholmewes. My lease at Barnes I bequeath to my beloved wife, consisting of mansion house, garden, orchard, &c., late in the occupation of Thomas Erskins, and ten pounds a year to be paid out of my dwelling house in St. Bartholmewes, during her natural life, and all moneys in the hands of Sir Stephen le Sure, Knight, and Mr. Richards.

    To my daughter Martha, as her dowry money, three hundred pounds. The inheritance of this my dwelling house in St. Bartholmewes to Francis my son, my copyhold lands, &c. in Barnes to my youngest son Charles. Other estates to eldest son Francis.

    To my sons Francis, John and Charles all that state of mine in Virginia, together with all disbursements of all and singular such moneys as the Company have recieved from me for thirty shares, and all the appurtenances in Southampton Hundred there, to be divided amongst them by equal portions as long as they shall be living, "and so to the longest liver of them three."

    To my wife the basin and ewer of silver and all such other place as was in her possession at the time of my marriage with her. To my daughter Vickars twenty pounds a year. To my son Charles twenty pounds a year during the term of the lease at Barnes. To my daughter Smith and my daughter Martha each twenty pounds, in the same matter. To John and Charles, my sons, all my books equally except my written books, which I bequeath to Charles. To them I give and bequeathI a all my medicines equally.

    I appoint my wife and Sir Stephen le Sure, Knight, my executors, and Mr. Humfrey Selwood overseer.

    Testator made his mark 26 May.

    Probate was granted to Elizabeth Anthony the relict and one of the executors.

  4. Parish Register.

    Francis Anthony Doctor of Phyisk(?) was Buried

  5. Chalmers, Alexander. The general biographical dictionary: containing an historical and critical account of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons in every nation; particulary the British and Irish; from the earliest accounts to the present time. (London: J. Nichols, 1812)