Person:Henry Sherman (2)

Henry Sherman, The Elder
bur.28 Aug 1610 Dedham, Essex, England
m. Bef 1542
  1. Alice ShermanEst 1542 - 1580
  2. Judith ShermanEst 1543 - 1601
  3. Henry Sherman, The ElderEst 1546 - 1610
  4. Edmund ShermanEst 1548 - 1600
  5. John ShermanEst 1551 - 1576
  6. Thomas ShermanEst 1557 - Aft 1587
  7. Dr. Robert Sherman1560/61 - 1602/03
  • HHenry Sherman, The ElderEst 1546 - 1610
  • WSusan LawrenceEst 1548 - 1610
m. 14 Jun 1568
  1. Phebe Sherman1570 -
  2. Henry Sherman1571 - 1643
  3. Samuel Sherman1572/73 - 1615/16
  4. Anne Sherman1575 - 1638
  5. Daniel ShermanEst 1578 - Bet 1633 & 1634
  6. Nathaniel Sherman1580 - 1580
  7. Nathaniel Sherman1582 -
  8. John Sherman1585 - 1615/16
  9. Ezekiel Sherman1587 - 1654
  10. Edmund ShermanEst 1589 - 1661
  11. Mary Sherman1592 -
Facts and Events
Name Henry Sherman, The Elder
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] Est 1546 Dedham, Essex, England
Marriage 14 Jun 1568 Beaumont-cum-Moze, Essex, Englandto Susan Lawrence
Occupation[2] Clothier
Burial[1][2] 28 Aug 1610 Dedham, Essex, England
  1. 1.0 1.1 Henry Sherman, in Boyer, Carl. Ancestral lines: 206 families in England, Wales, the Netherlands, Germany, New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. (Santa Clarita, California: C. Boyer, c1998)
    p. 522.

    2. Henry Sherman, later styled the Elder, born about 1546, was buried at Dedham, Essex, England, 28 August 1610

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Sherman, Thomas Townsend. Sherman genealogy, including families of Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk, England: some descendants of the immigrants Captain John Sherman, Reverend John Sherman, Edmund Sherman and Samuel Sherman, and the descendents of Honorable Roger Sherman and Honorable Charles R. Sherman. (New York, New York: Tobias A. Wright, 1920)
    pp. 60, 73-80.

    HENRY5 SHERMAN (6. Henry,4 Thomas,3 John,2 Thomas1 ), "the elder," of Dedham, Essex, clothier, born about 1547. m. Susan Lawrance, at Moze, Essex, June 14, 1568 (Reg. 67, p. 154). Buried at Dedham, Aug. 28, 1610. (Reg. 50, p. 417.) His will dated Aug. 21, 1610, was proved Sept. 8, 1610. (Consistory Court of London Book Hamer No. 7, leaves 33-36.) excerpt:

    Item I give and bequeath unto Susan my wife all that my hosue wherein I now dwell with the Lands with the woade house and all the apptenances thereunto now belonging...

    my Will and meaninge is that my sonne Henry Shereman shall enter upon the said houses & Lands within two monethes after such default made and then and from thenceforth shall pay During her life to the said Susan yearly the full summe of sixtene pounds...

    I give and bequeath unto Nathaniell Shearman my sonne the house wherein now Willim King now dwelleth with the Lands thereunto belonging called Scotts.... upon the condicon that he shall pay unto my Sonne Daniell Shearman or his heirs the summe of ten pounds...

    I give and bequeath unto John Shearman and Ezekiell Shearman my sonnes all those my Lands which were late Docter Shermans called the Heckell and golding Acre to bee equallie Divided....

    I will and bequeath unto Edmund Sherman my sonne all my lands holdinge of ffaytes & Wades called by the name of Garlicke feild...

    I first give thereof unto Henry ffenn Sonne of Simon ffen five pounds...

    my said sonne Henry Sherman pay or cause to be paid unto my sonne Daniel Sherman or to his heirs ye sume of ....

    to Pheabe ffenn my Daughter...

    my sonne in Lawe Symon ffenne Deceased...

    Anne Sherman, my brthers Doctors Shermans Daughter... which was the gift of her Grandfather...

    to Gilbert Hills my Brother in Lawe....

    my brother Lawrence of Esthorpe...

    my Cousen Edmund Galloway...