Person:Francis Anthony (2)

Francis Anthony
b.Abt 1575
d.Aug 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. 28 Mar 1616
  1. Edmond AnthonyAft 1601 -
  2. Elizabeth Anthony1619 -
  3. Francis Anthony - 1620
Facts and Events
Name Francis Anthony
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1575
Marriage 28 Mar 1616 Stoke-Newington, Middlesex, EnglandSt. Mary
to Judith _____
Will[2] 11 Aug 1623 London, England
Death? Aug 1623
Burial[2][3] 15 Aug 1623 London, EnglandSt. Giles without Cripplegate
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Called eldest son.

  1.   Rhode Island Genealogy and Biography
    Vol. 2, pt. 1, p. 796.
  2. 2.0 2.1 The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society)

    Francis Anthony of London, gentleman, 11 Aug 1623, proved 18 Aug 1623.
    To be buried in the parish of St. Gyles without Crepelgate, London.
    To wife Judith Anthony all those two leases of the mansion house, &c. &c. situate, lying and being in Barnes in the County of Surrey, sometime in the tenure of one Thomas Erskins, and my right, title, interest, &c. in the same by virtue of the last will and testament of Francis Anthony, my father deceased, on condition she do suffer my mother in law Elizabeth Anthony to enjoy such part of the same mansion house and premises as by the last will and testament of my said father she is appointed to enjoy, and that she pay such legacies as are or shall be due to be paid to my said mother for her dower, my brother Charles Anthony, my sister __ Robinson, my sister __ Smith and my sister Martha, out of the same two leases, &c. or out of my messuage or tenement in the tenure of John Anthony by brother, situate, lying and being in the parish of Great St. Bartholmewe near West Smithfield.

    To my son Edmond Anthony all my said messuage or tenement in Great St. Batholmewe, &c. to hold forever; but if my said son Edmond shall depart this present life before he shall accomplish his full age of twenty and one years then to Elizabeth Anthony my daughter. If both die before accomplishing the age of twenty one then to my said wife Judith for and during the term of her natural life, my wife to receive the rents, &c. until they attain their several ages, as aforesaid. To my said daughter Elizabeth one hundred and fifty pounds at her age of twenty one or day of marriage. To Sara Russha my daughter in law fifteen pounds due me by bond from my brother Charles Anthony within four years next after the date hereof.

    To my said wife all the arras hangings, the best taffata bed, &c. To the poor of St. Gyles without Crepelgate ten shillings. The residue to my wife Judith whom I appoint executrix. My brother John Anthony, Doctor of Physicks, and Edmund Bollyvant to be overseers. Witnesses: John Wandley Ser., Edward Leche, John Duesh.

  3. Parish Register.

    Frances Anthony Gentleman [buried] 15 [August 1623]