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  • ID: I96
  • Name: Elizabeth PALMER
  • Surname: Palmer
  • Given Name: Elizabeth
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: Abt 1545/466 in England
  • _UID: 45918F6F9731D5118680EF90A100BA0B6D7B
  • Note:
    1. Note from:
    fzsaund@ix.netcom.com Fredric Z. Saunders 1234 Waterside Cove #21 Midvale, UT 84047-4293 Last revised: 6 Nov. 1999

    There are different opinions on the surname of Thomas ROBINS wife Elizabeth. A 1939 manuscript by Thomas ROBINS listed her name as PARKES or PARKER. A book published in 1971 by GREENALL abstracting the Long Buckby parish records listed the spelling as PAMER. A County Archivist at the Northamptonshire Record Office in 1996 stated it was very difficult to read, but thought it looked very much like PARISH. The record is available on FHL microfiche 6127993. Personally, the name looks to me to be the same as the name which appears a few entries away in the marriage records, and is more readable as PAWMER. As the surname PAMER/PAWMER/PALMER is one that occurs in the parish and neighboring ones, and I more inclined to believe that is the correct surname.

    2. Latest, conclusive update on Elizabeth Palmer from fzsaund@ix.netcom.com Fredric Z. Saunders 1234 Waterside Cove #21 Midvale, UT 84047-4293 Last revised: 15 Feb. 2005

    1. Thomas Palmer will (http://home.netcom.com/~fzsaund/palmerwill1.html), Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 8 Tirwhite, (1581), FHL microfilm 0,091,962.


    In dei nomine amen. The seconde daie of December in the 24th year of the raigne
    of oure Soveraigne ady Elizabethe by the grace of God of Englande Frannce and Irelande,
    queene Defender of the Faithe.

    I Thomas Palmer of the parishe of All Saintes Westhaddon in the Countie of
    Northampton yeoman beinge of whole minde and in good and perfect remembrance
    (laude and praise be unto allmightie god) doe make and ordeyne this my presentt
    testamente concerninge my last will in manner and forme followinge (that is to saie)

    First I commende my sowle to almightie god my maker and redemer And my bodye
    to be buried in the parishe Church of Westhaddon aforesaide.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to the Church of Peterboroughe sixe pence.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to the Town of Westhaddon twentie shillinges to be
    imploied towards the onelie repairinge and maynteyning of the Church there.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Richard Palmer of Husbonds Bosworthe in the countie
    of Leicester my sonne fyve poundes to be equally distributed amongst his childrenne.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Thomas Palmer the second sonne of Richard Palmer
    my sonne all and singuler my messuages tenements, lands, meadowes, pastures,
    closes, feedinges, edifices, buildinges rentes, revercions and services whatsoever
    withe thappurtenannces situate lyeng and beinge within the town parishe and fieldes
    of Hathorne in the countie of Leicester which I heretofore hadde by the lawfull
    conveyannce of George Turvill esquier To have and to hould the saide premisses
    to the saide Thomas his heires and assignes forever Provided alwaies and my
    minde purpose meaninge and intent herein is that Richarde Palmer my sonne shall
    have the use and occupation of all the saide Lands and other the premisses to the
    said Thomas his sonne heretofore devised duringe his pleasure, So that the same
    maie remaine and comme to the saide Thomas at such tyme as maie bee moste for
    the preferment and advanncement of the saide Thomas as shalbe thoughte most
    convenient to the saide Richarde his father.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to the saide Thomas Palmer one crowe of iron.

    Also I [desire] William Palmer of Husbands Bosworth aforesaide my brother
    shall have all and singuler the messuages houses tenements landes meadowes
    pastures closes and all other the comodities and proffitts whatsoever whiche he nowe
    occupyeth of myne in Bosworthe aforesaidr for & duringe his naturall life yealdinge
    and paying therfore yearlie unto my heires and assignes the olde usuall and
    heretofore accustomed rente.

    Also I will that Richard Brabson my sonne in lawe and Margery his wife theire
    executors and assignes shall have and enioye one yarde Lande withe thappurtenances
    nowe beinge in theire Tenure or occupacion for and duringe the terme of one and
    twentie yeres after thend and expiracion of the terme whiche the saide Richarde
    boughte of Thomas Chapman yelding & paying therfore yearlie unto my heires
    and assignes the ould usuall and accustomed rente

    Also I geve & bequeathe unto the saide Richard Brabson and Margery his wife the
    somme of tenne pounds to be equally distributed amongest theire childrenne at theire
    discrecions.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Thomas Palmer of Bosworthe aforesaide my cosen
    one busshell of milne corne.

    Also I geve to John Palmer of Claycoton my cosen one bushell of milne corne.

    Also I geve to the poore of the parishe of Husbands Bosworthe aforesaide three
    shillings fower pence to be distributed at the discrecion of Richarde Palmer my
    Sonne and William Palmer my brother.

    Also I geve to Anne Palmer the wife of Gregorye Palmer my daughter fyve pounds to
    be payde within twoe yeres nextt after my departure, to the use and behooffe of her
    children to be equallye distributed amongest theme at hir discrecion, and to everie
    one of her sayde children an ewe and a Lambe.

    Also I geve bequeathe and will that John Bayly my Sonne in law & Ellen his wife
    shall have one messuage or tenement with thappurtenance to the saide John Baylye
    and Ellen situate lyinge and beinge in Daventrie in the countie of Northampton next
    adjoyninge to one tenement of me the saide Thomas Palmer now beinge in the
    occupacion of Thomas Baker on the one parte and a tenemente nowe leased to Roger
    Cave esquier on the other parte to have and to hold the saide mesuage or tenemente
    with thappurtenance to the saide John Baylye and Ellen his wiffe and to theire assignes
    for and duringe their lyves naturall or the life naturall of the longer lyver of theme
    yealdinge and payinge therefore yearlie unto the heires and assignes of me the saide
    Thomas Palmer twelve pence of lawfull Englishe moneye.

    Also I geve an bequeathe to Ellen Baylye my daughter fiftie shillinges to be
    equallie distributed by her amongest hir childrenne at her discrecion And the
    same to bee paide within twoe yeres nextt after my departure.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to To Elizabethe Robyns, the wiffe of Thomas Robyns
    of Longbugby in the countie of Northampton my daughter fiftie shillinges to be
    paide to her within twoe yeres after my departure to be distributed by hir
    equallie amongest her children at her discrecionne.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Johan Warde the wife of Adrian Warde my daughter
    fiftie shillings to be paide to her within twoe yeres nextt after my deceasse,
    to be distributed by hir equllie amongest hir childrenne at hir discrecion.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Margerye Pywell my sisters daughter three pounds
    of money and a coffer to be delyvered at the discrecion of my executor, of which
    somme of three poundes I will that William Homan the sonne of Robert Homan
    shall have tenne shillinges when he shall come out of his yeres.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Anne Pywell my sisters daughter fortie shillinges to
    be payde at May Daye or Whitsondaye nextt after my deceasse at the choise and
    discrecion of my executor.

    Also will that my executor shall keepe and mainteyne Johan Homan my sister
    duringe her liffe with sufficiente meate, drinke and clothe, if Robert her husband
    shall not hereafter be able to keepe and mainteyne her.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Richard Homan, sonne of Robert Homan tenne
    shillings to be paide to him when he shall comme to discrete yeres as shalbe
    thought best to my executor.

    Also I geve & bequethe to William Pywell one ewe and a lamb of the midle sorte.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Robert Homan the Somme of twentye shillinges.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to the poore in Longbugby three shillings fower pence.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to the poore in Winwicke twoe shillings.

    Also I geve to Nicholas Coles of Badbye three shillinges fower pence.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to the childrenne of John Coles late of Badby deceased
    begotten on the bodye of his last wife twentie shillinges of that money whiche theire
    mother oweth me to be equallye distributed amonge them.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to Alice Wilson of Yeluertofte one strike of mylne corne.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to William Eglestone of Westhaddon aforeaid mearcer
    fortie shillinges whereof I will that fiftene shillinges whiche Edward Eglestone his
    brother oweth me shalbe percell.

    Also I geve to Edward Welchman servante to Mr Britten one sheepe.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to John Coles of Coldashbye in the countie of Northampton
    one strike of milne corne.

    Also I geve and bequeathe to William Willes and Thomas Willes eche of theme an
    ewe and a lambe.

    The rest of my gooddes and chattells unbequeathed (my debtes paide and my
    funerall expenses discharged) I geve and bequeathe to William Palmer my sonne,
    whome I make my full and sole executor of this my last will and testament.

    Also I make ouerseers to this my presente will Richarde Palmer my sonne and
    William my brother. And I utterlie revoke and adnull all and everie other former
    testaments, willes, legacies, bequeaths & executors and overseers by me in any
    wise before this tyme made, named, willed, and bequeathed, In witness whereof
    to this my present last wil I have sette my hande and Seale the daie and yere firste
    abovesaid In the presence of theise testyfyenge the same.
    Raffe Turner, Richard Palmer, Richard Marshe, Richard Worceter, and
    William Eglestone

    [Latin] Probate was granted 23 February 1581 to William Palmer.
  • Change Date: 15 Feb 2005 at 22:00:00



    Father: Thomas PALMER b: in Of West Haddon, Northamptonshire, England

    Marriage 1 Thomas ROBINS b: ABT 1535 in Northamptonshire, England
    • Married: 1563
    • Note: Church of England, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, England parish register FHL microfiche 6,127,993, part 1. p. 1 Thomas Robbens & Elizabeth Pamer [illegible] 1563
    Children
    1. Has Children Richard ROBINS b: ABT 1566 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, England
    2. Has No Children William ROBINS b: ABT 1569
    3. Has No Children Edward ROBINS b: ABT 1572
    4. Has No Children Thomas ROBINS b: ABT 1575
    5. Has No Children Jone ROBINS b: ABT 1578
    6. Has No Children John ROBINS b: ABT 1581
    7. Has No Children Henry ROBINS b: ABT 1584
    8. Has No Children Samuel ROBINS c: Jun 1587
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