Willamina

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  • Name Willamina 
    Gender Female 
    Will 30 Aug 1603 
    • The Will of Willamin Moore


      In the name of god Amen the thirtieth daye of August in the year of our Lorde James by the grace of god now kinge of Englande I willamin Moore of the parish of all Saints in maldon in the county of Essex Wyddow being now very weaken bodye by reason of my great age and years whereby I am put in remembrance that my time and end approacheth and cometh on a pace, do therefore make publishe and declare this my last will and testament in writing in manner and forme following: First I commend my Soule into the hands of almighty god the Father the sonne and the holy ghost assuredly believing that all my Sinnes of gods great mercy in Jesus christ are doomed and done away And my bodie I comytt to christian buryall at the discretion of the executor of this my last will and testament here under named

      Item I will and give unto my sonne nicholas Moore my tenement with the appertances situated and being in or near agenst Fulbridge street in the parish of Saint Peter in maldon aforesaid now in the tenure and occupation of [?] hybberd wyddow or her assigns to have and hold the said tenement with appertances unto the said nicholas his heirs and assigns forever.

      Item I give and bequeath unto the said nicholas a hall bedstead standing in the chamber over the hall of the messauge in which I now dwell and a downe bed now being thereon and other the bedding and furniture thereunto belonging in all things fully furnished and a ...chest in the same chamber with all the linen in the same chest And it is in my minde and will that if in future the said nicholas (after my death) to marrye or to settle and occupe (by himself) the trade of a shoemaker that then the executor of this my testament shall immediately thereupon pay and deliver to him the said nicholas (as my gift) 10£ of lawful money of england.

      Item I give and bequeath unto Sara Moore the daughter of my sonne Enoch Moore 5£ of lawful english money to be payd her by my executor at her age of 21 years or day of marriage which shall first happen

      Then I will and give to be paid by my executor uppon my buryall unto my sonnes Samuel Enoch and Thomas Moore and to my daughters Anne and Phillip to everyone of the same my children (in token of a friendly remembrance) 5s. a piece and no more for that my said daughters and ye one of my said sonnes last named have had already their full portions

      All the rest of my goods moveable household stuff and implements of household and whatsoever ellse I have or may dispose of that is testamentary I give fully and wholly unto Edward Moore my Sonne whome I do make constitute and ordain sole and only executor of this my last will and testament and him do appoint and require to pay my funerall and debts and the legacies of this my testament In witness whereof I have hereunto put my Seale subscribed my name the day and year first above written
      the mark of
      Willamin Moore widdow
      In the prive of George Purcas [?]
      Thomas Chesse the writer hereof


      Note: Willamin's will was executed 30 Aug 1603 and proved in 1606.

      Source: New England Historical Genealogical Register in the article "Sara, First Wife of Edmund Greenleaf (1588-1663)" by Dorothy Greenleaf Boynton [NEHGR 122:28-36].
    Will 30 Aug 1603 
    • The Will of Willamin Moore


      In the name of god Amen the thirtieth daye of August in the year of our Lorde James by the grace of god now kinge of Englande I willamin Moore of the parish of all Saints in maldon in the county of Essex Wyddow being now very weaken bodye by reason of my great age and years whereby I am put in remembrance that my time and end approacheth and cometh on a pace, do therefore make publishe and declare this my last will and testament in writing in manner and forme following: First I commend my Soule into the hands of almighty god the Father the sonne and the holy ghost assuredly believing that all my Sinnes of gods great mercy in Jesus christ are doomed and done away And my bodie I comytt to christian buryall at the discretion of the executor of this my last will and testament here under named

      Item I will and give unto my sonne nicholas Moore my tenement with the appertances situated and being in or near agenst Fulbridge street in the parish of Saint Peter in maldon aforesaid now in the tenure and occupation of [?] hybberd wyddow or her assigns to have and hold the said tenement with appertances unto the said nicholas his heirs and assigns forever.

      Item I give and bequeath unto the said nicholas a hall bedstead standing in the chamber over the hall of the messauge in which I now dwell and a downe bed now being thereon and other the bedding and furniture thereunto belonging in all things fully furnished and a ...chest in the same chamber with all the linen in the same chest And it is in my minde and will that if in future the said nicholas (after my death) to marrye or to settle and occupe (by himself) the trade of a shoemaker that then the executor of this my testament shall immediately thereupon pay and deliver to him the said nicholas (as my gift) 10£ of lawful money of england.

      Item I give and bequeath unto Sara Moore the daughter of my sonne Enoch Moore 5£ of lawful english money to be payd her by my executor at her age of 21 years or day of marriage which shall first happen

      Then I will and give to be paid by my executor uppon my buryall unto my sonnes Samuel Enoch and Thomas Moore and to my daughters Anne and Phillip to everyone of the same my children (in token of a friendly remembrance) 5s. a piece and no more for that my said daughters and ye one of my said sonnes last named have had already their full portions

      All the rest of my goods moveable household stuff and implements of household and whatsoever ellse I have or may dispose of that is testamentary I give fully and wholly unto Edward Moore my Sonne whome I do make constitute and ordain sole and only executor of this my last will and testament and him do appoint and require to pay my funerall and debts and the legacies of this my testament In witness whereof I have hereunto put my Seale subscribed my name the day and year first above written
      the mark of
      Willamin Moore widdow
      In the prive of George Purcas [?]
      Thomas Chesse the writer hereof


      Note: Willamin's will was executed 30 Aug 1603 and proved in 1606.

      Source: New England Historical Genealogical Register in the article "Sara, First Wife of Edmund Greenleaf (1588-1663)" by Dorothy Greenleaf Boynton [NEHGR 122:28-36].
    Buried 20 Jul 1606  Maldon, Essex, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • Parish Records of All Saints, Maldon, Essex, England.
    Will (proved) Aft 20 Jul 1606  [2
    Willamin Moore 
    _UID CCBD0D38EB9ED5118A06444553540000FDCD 
    Died Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID I13719  Old North Yarmouth, Maine
    Last Modified 24 Nov 2003 

    Family MOORE Nicholas, Sr.,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married Bef 1560  [2
    • Based on bp. son, Enoch.
    Children 
     1. MOORE Enoch,   b. Bef 19 Jan 1560/1, Maldon, Essex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 2 Oct 2019 
    Family ID F3163  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S312] Correspondence-Internet-Sandi Goetze, 26 Dec 1998 5:11 pm.

    2. [S133] CD-NEHG Register, 122:28-36.