Given Name: Margery
Death: BEF 19 Mar 1602/1603 in Badby, Northamptonshire, England
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1. The maiden name of Margery is unknown. She is not as claimed by some, the Mrs. Margery PATCHING, widow of Richard PATCHING of Horsham, Sussex, taking as a second husband John RUSHALL. Richard PATCHING had children baptized at Horsham in 1560, 1562, 1563, 1564, and 1569. Richard PATCHING was buried at Horsham on 29 April 1568. As Margery, widow of John RUSHALL also had children born in the 1560s, the two Margerys, widow of Richard PATCHING, and Margery who married John RUSHALL cannot be the same person having children by different husbands at the same time.
2. Margery Rushall will, Archdeaconry Court of Northmapton wills and administrations, 1st Series, X:62-63, FHL microfilm 0,187,589.
In the name of god Amen Jannar 13 1598 I Margery Rushall of Badbye in the Countie of Northt widowe though weak in bodye yet perfect in mynde and memory doe make and ordane this my Last will and testamt in manner and forme as followeth.
Imprimis I recomend my soule into the hands of Allmightie god my maker Redeemer and continuall preserver, and my body to be buryed in the Church or Church yarde of Badbye.
Item I give and bequeath to John Rushall my sonne Thomas Rushall his sonne all that cropp of Corne that is or may be represented myne at my tyme of Death & a cowe, a sheepe all hovells and lofts anddead moveable wood about my howse or yard And all carte plowes horse geares and such like belonging to husbandry, and all the tables and formes about the house, and a garner above the entre and the standing bedstedd over the parlour together with the fether bedd and beddinge at this type thereto belonging provyding allwaies in this bequest that my sonne Thomas Rushall his father shall have hold and enjoy them and everie of them for his lyfe tyme, and then leave them to his use as herebye I have bequeathed them.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Marye the wyfe of Edwarde Goodman one paire of sheets and two pewter Dishes one bigger one lesser.
Item I give to her eldest Daughter Dorothie the wyfe of Richard Robins of Long Buckby and to her daughter Continew Robins each of them one sheepe.
Item I give to my daughter Maryes sonne John Goodman one sheepe and to her other daughter Sara Goodman my yongest yearling heyfer and one sheepe.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Anna Smith the wife of Thomas Smith one heyfer, two ewes, two lambes and two payre of sheets.
Item I give to her sonne Thomas Smith one sheepe.
Item I give to John Rushall the eldest sonne of my sonne John Rushall of Newenham one sheepe, and a Coper that is the chamber over the parlor which is my best copper. And to Henry Rushall his second sonne my godson a cowe and a sheepe. And to Thomas Rushall and Manasseh Rushall his other two sonnes each of them a sheepe.
Item To Robert Burrowe of Napton I forgive xxx shillings which he oweth me. Item to his daughter Anna Burrowe I give one sheepe and one paire of sheets.
Item I give to Anna Burrowe of Brawnson my Sister my best gowne & 2 sheepe.
Item I give to Henry Rogers of Drayton my god sonne one sheepe.
Item I give to Willm Blondell of Stavton a strike of corne.
Item I give to Willm Goode my servant one sheepe and a strike of corne.
Item I give to Isabell Hirkman my mayde one paire of sheets two pewter Dishes and one sawser.
Item I give to the poore of Badby fower strike of corn to be devyded among them according to their needs and yf that be not sufficient I will that more be added thereunto it.
Item I give to John Tobie and James Tobie and Dorothie Tobie the children of John Tobie of Welton Deceased each of them two sheepe.
Item all other my goods whatsoever not given nor bequeathed I leave to my sonnes Thomas Rushall and John Rushall whom I make and ordaine to be myne Executors of this my Last will and testament whereof I appoint my trustie & welbeloved Raphael Heywood of Badbye clerk to be my faythfull overseer to deliver my true intent & meaning in all the precins that accodinglie thereunto whollie and fullie & in everie part thereof this my presente last will and testament may without fraude & guile an in all quietnes be performed.
Sealed the daie and yeare above written and acknowledged to be the true will as it is on the syde written, and in the Last bequest interlyned by us and in the presence of us whose names are under written.
Raphael Heywood Thomas Leeson Henry Rushall
The will was probated on 12 April 1603.
3. Church of England, Parish Church of Badby, FHL microfiche 6,126,623.
John RUSHALL b: in Badby, Northamptonshire, England
- Mary RUSHALL b: ABT 1561