Person:Joane Hooper (1)

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Joane Hooper
 
d.ca 1733
m.
  1. George Hooper, Jr.1649 - 1729
  2. Hugh Hooper1651 - 1725
  3. Joane Hooper - Est 1733
  4. Elizabeth Hooper - 1740
  5. Susannah Hooper - Bef 1729
  6. Rachel HooperBef 1682 - 1737
  • H.  Edward Grant (add)
  • WJoane Hooper - Est 1733
Facts and Events
Name Joane Hooper
Married Name Joane Rundell
Married Name Jane Grant
Gender Female
Will? 4 Sep 1729 Trowbridge, Wiltshire, EnglandWill Signed
Will? 24 Sep 1729 Trowbridge, Wiltshire, EnglandWill Codicil
Will? 28 Jul 1732 Trowbridge, Wiltshire, EnglandWill Codicil
Will? 12 May 1733 Trowbridge, Wiltshire, EnglandWill Codicil
Death? ca 1733
Will? 19 Jan 1736 Trowbridge, Wiltshire, EnglandWill Codicil

1729 Jane GRANT, Widow of Trowbridge, Wilts, signed will 4 Sep. Legacies:

• to my niece Mary WILKINS d/o my late brother George HOOPER deceased, £200 and my silver porringer marked J.H. 1698 for her own separate use and disposal

• to my nephew Joseph HOOPER £100

• to my nephew Benjamin HOOPER £50

• to John WATTS, Gent of Trowbridge, Wilts, John JEFFERIES, Clothier of Trowbridge, John COLLINGS, Clothier of Frome Swd, and John ELLEN, Gent of Seend, Wilts, £100 in trust to pay it to my nephew George HOOPER at such times and in such proportions as they think fit

• to my niece Mary PAINTER £200, one large silver salver and one large china salver for her own separate use and disposal

• to John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLINGS and John ELLEN £200 in trust to pay the interest to my sister Elizabeth STILE for life for her sole and separate use; and after her death the principal to her sons William MAYO and Joseph MAYO share and share alike

• to William MAYO and Joseph MAYO £50 apiece

• to my niece Mary d/o Elizabeth STILE £100 with one pair of silver salts and my least set of china dishes and saucers for her sole separate use and disposal

• to Joseph and William HILL, sons of Joseph HILL, Scribler of Trowbridge, £20 apiece

• to John, another s/o Joseph HILL, £50 when he is 21

• to Joseph HILL all moneys due to me on bond and all the goods of mine which are now in his possession and were lent him by me

• to my nephew William DUNN als BILSTONE £100 and I release him of all demands which I now have on him

• to Susanna d/o William DUNN als BILSTONE £20

• to Joseph, William, Mary and Sarah, sons and daughters of my niece Mary SWEETLAND, £100 to be equally divided between them as they shall respectively attain the age of 21

• to my nephew John ALLEN, s/o my sister Susannah ALLEN deceased, £50

• to John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLINGS and John ELLEN £100 in trust to pay it to Joseph ALLEN, brother of John ALLEN at such times and in such proportions as they think fit

• to Joane, d/o my said sister Susanna, now w/o William COCKEY, £200 and also one large silver salver, one large china salver, one dozen of blue and white chocolate dishes and saucers and one tent stitched cushion for her own separate use and disposal

• to John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLINGS and John ELLEN £100 in trust to invest and pay the principal and interest to all the children of my niece Mary LITTLE d/o my sister Susannah share and share alike as they shall respectively attain the age of 21 for their sole use and disposal

• to William CABBELL s/o my sister Rachel £50 and to his brother John CABBELL £100

• to Mary CARTER, my sister Rachell's daughter, £100 for her sole separate use and disposal

• to Elizabeth CABBELL, my sister Rachell's daughter, £200 when she is 21

• to Deborah USHER, d/o Benjamin USHER deceased, a chain of gold

• to my servant Mary BURT if she is still living with me at my decease ££5

• to Ann DAVISON, Widow of Trowbridge, to my son in law John GRANT and his wife, to my son in law Abel GRANT, to my daughter in law Avis USHER and her daughters Deborah and Kezia, to my son in law Thomas CUCKWELL and his wife, to my son in law James HILKES and his wife, to John COLLINGS and his wife, to John JEFFERIES and his wife, to my grandson John USHER and his wife, to my sister HOOPER, to my brother CABBELL and my nephew William NOYES and his wife £5 apiece for mourning and a ring to each of them

• to John GRANT and John JEFFERIES and to Thomas BUNN, Shopkeeper of Frome, £150 to be applied to charitable uses

• to John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLINGS and John ELLEN £5 apiece for the trouble they shall be at

• residue to John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLINGS and John ELLEN in trust to apply it for such purposes as my sister Rachel CABBELL shall from time to time by any writing under hand attested by two or more credible witnesses or by her last will and testament direct notwithstanding her present or after coverture; and for want of such direction to distribute it amongs all the children of my sister Rachel CABBELL share and share alike

Executors: John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLINGS and John ELLEN.

Witnesses: John TEMPLE, Cha. ALAND, Tho WEBB [1, /659 Image ref.99]

1729 Codicil dated 24 Sep: to all the children of John GRANT, Thomas TUCKWELL, James HILKES, John USHER, John JEFFERIES and John COLLINGS living at my decease one piece of old gold value 25s. Witnesses: John TEMPLE, Cha. ALAND, Tho. WEBB [1, /659 Image ref.99]

1732 Codicil dated 28 Jul: to my kinsmen William BUNN als BILSTONE, Twister of Frome Swd, George HOOPER, Butcher of Marston Biggot, s/o Hugh HOOPER late of Marston Bigot deceased, and to Benjamin HOOPER s/o Benjamin HOOPER of Marston aforesaid all my interest in my leasehold estate at Witham Friary granted to me by Sir William WYNDHAM Bart by lease dated 30 Jun 1730 for 99 years determinable on the deceases of William DUNN als HIPSTONE, George HOOPER and Benjamin HOOPER. Witnesses: Cha. ALAND, Fra. MEREWETHER [1, /659 Image ref.99]

1733 Admon with will and codicil annexed 12 May to Rachel CABBELL, Widow, sister and residuary legatee, for that John WATTS, John JEFFERIES, John COLLENS ots COLLINGS and John ELLEN, the Exors, first renounced the execution thereof. [1, /659 Image ref.99]

1736/7 letter written 19 Jan to unknown person by Wm CABELL, then in Warminster:

"I soliseted Mr. Whitkers about the Jn. Bres thereof but he Refused to pay any aledging that Unkle George Estate was insolvant to whose hand it came as administrator to Aunt Avory and farther that he had got Aunt Grants Receipt in full for a five pound legacy Given to Jos: Mayo by his Grand mother Hooper unto whome he paid it but a little before her death." [2]



Sources

1. PCC wills, PROB11, http://www.gomezsmart.myzen.co.uk/