Person:Unknown Nutter (2)

Facts and Events
Name _____ Nutter
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1500 Goldshaw Booth, Lancashire, England
Death? Chester, Cheshire, England
References
  1.   Prerogative Court of York, Registered Wills, 42:326 [Family History Library (FHL). Salt Lake City, film #99,518].

    Transcription of the Rev. Anthony Nutter's will, which is vital to the reconstruction of relationships within the Nutter family (unfortunately, no other wills of the family have been discovered):

    In the name of God Amen: I Anthony Nuner of Woodkirke Clerke and the unworthy minister of Christ bcinge weake in body and yett of good and perfect memory praised be god for diverse causes and considerations me thereunto moveinge doe make Constitute and ordeyne this my last will and Testament in manner and forme fol\owinge(;) Firs! of all I bequeath my sou le into the hands of Almighty God my lord and onely Redeemer and my body to be buried in the Church or Churchyeard of Woodkirke(;] And for that small part of temporal! goods which it hath pleased god to bestow upon me I ordayne as foltoweth ; First I give and bequeath unto Adam the sonne of my oldest brother John and his Two sonnes the somme of Fower pounds tenn shillings to be devided equally amongest them, and if my said Cozen Adam have a daughter I give unto her Thirty sh ill ings; And whereas my brother William his sonne lsaacke hath divers Children I doe give unto them as followeth: To his three sonnes John lsaacke and Abraham every one of them Twelve pence; and the rest of the said Isaack Ch ildren I give Fower pounds to be devided equally amonge them; Item I give to the daughter of my brother William and sister to the said ould Jaacke [sic] Twenty shillinges[ ;] Item I give and bequeath to my Cozen Anthony sonne of my brother George and to the Children of the said Anthony the somme of Eight pounds to be devided equally amonge them; Item I give unto my brother Robert wife Forty shillings and to his Children the somme of six pounds to be dev ided equally amonge them; Item I give unto John my brother William his supposed sonne the somme of Forty shillings; Item I give to my brother Edmund his wife and Children the somme of six pounde thirteene shillings Fower pence and alsoe I give unto Hatill {sic] his sonne for whome I was Witnes at his Baptizme the somme of Three pounds over and above his parte in the forcsaid somme of six pounds thirteene shillings Fower pence; Item I give to my Cozen Elizabeth Newman the somme of Forty shillings over and above her parte in the said somme of Six pounds Thirteene shi llings Fower pence; Item I give to Peter Mowsel the sonne of the said Elizabeth Newman the somme of Three pounds six shillings Eight pence part in bookes and part in money; Item I give to Sarah my Cozen Anthonyes daughter the somme of Forty shillings; Item I give to Martha Whiteheade my servant the somme of Forty shillings; Item I give to my servant Grace Hewley Forty shillings; Item I give to Jane Smith Twenty shillings{;] Item I give to the pooer of the parrish of Woodkirke Twenty shillings and to the poore of Morley Tenn shillings: Item I give unto Anthony my brother William his sonne the somme of Forty shillings[;] Item I give to my Cozen Edmund my brother William sonne Twenty shillinges and forgeve them that money that they owe unto me: Item I give to John Reyner and Thomas Bradley either of them Twenty shillings, and doe make the said John Reyner and Thomas Bradley Executors of this my last will and Testament In testimony whereof I have sette my hand and scale the Ninteenth day of January and in the Ninth yeare of the Raigne of our Soveraign Lord Kinge Charles Annoq dm One thousand six hundreth Thirty and Three; The rest of my goodcs and Chattells heretofore not given and bequeathed my funeral! expences discharged I give and bequeath unto Anthony Notter of Maxfeild in Chesshier aAd Peter Mousonne of Aderston[,] Scholler[,] and to my sisters [sic] Edmonds wife of Edingtonn in Warwickeshicr and to James Rigley Clarke Minister of Woodkirke to be equally dcvided amongest them; Memorandu{m] that these wordes Item I give to the daughter of my brother William and sister to the said ould lsaacke Twenty shillings were Interlined be· fore the sealinge hereof; Witnesses Thomas Burghe Martha Whitehead Thomas dymond John Reyner.

  2.   The American Genealogist (TAG). (Donald Lines Jacobus, et.al.)
    72:263.

    link The author discusses Jan Nutter Alpert, Nutter Newsletter 3:12 (Dec 1995); Frederick R Boyle, Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire... (Portsmouth, NH, 1997).

    According to The American Genealogist below the parents of George Nutter can not be determined. He was born before 1548 probably near Prestbury,Cheshire,England and buried at Macclesfield 11 Jan 1615/6. He married first 6 Feb 1568/9 Ann Keylynge and second after 1593 Elizabeth ____ and third 3 Nov 1614 Ann Greaves all at Prestbury, Cheshire, England. Note this article updates what was originally published by Mrs Jan Nutter Alpert in The Nutter Newsletter Dec 1995. It shows there was only one George Nutter and he married three times and had only one child Anthony inferred by wills and burial records. Anthony was buried 14 Feb 1633/4. He married 28 Mar 1619 Ann Sumner. The author lists all the children of Antony and it appears the line is extinct after this when his grandson George died in 1643 and George is not the ancestor of the New England Nutters.

    It turns out the Rev Anthony Nutter born 1549-53 was more likely brother to this George Nutter and not his son seeing has George first married in 1568. He would have been uncle to George's son Anthony. This completely rearranges the tree and Edmund Nutter ancestor to the Nutter of New England is actually the brother of George and Rev. Anthony Nutter not son of George.

    Edmund's wife may have been Elizabeth ___ Nutter burried 4 Dec 1638 in Mancetter