Robert Warren
(Abt 1485-1545)
Margaret
John Warren
(Abt 1525-1576)

 

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Agnes Howlet

John Warren

  • Born: Abt 1525, Nayland, Suffolk, England
  • Marriage: Agnes Howlet on 15 Sep 1563
  • Died: 3 May 1576, Nayland, Suffolk, England about age 51
  • Buried: Sudbury, Suffolk, ENgland
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Notes for JOHN WARREN:
from NEHGS Register, v. 64 (Oct., 1910) "Genealogical Research in England"
The Will of John Warren of Nayland nexte to Stoke in the County
of Suffolk, husbandman, 21 Apr. 1576. To John Warren my eldest son and
to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten my house that I now dwell
in with the lands, woods, and pastures thereunto belonging with the
appurtenances lying in the parish of Nayland, known by the name of
Curlie, held by copy of court roll of Sir Thomas Danby, knight, Lord
of the Manor, which I now deliver by surrender to John Prentise and
Robert Patton to the use of my eldest son John, on condition that he
pay 20 out of the said house and lands to my second son John Warren.
If he die without living issue then to my second son John and the heirs
of his body, and if the said John my "myddle" son die without living
issue then to son Richarde Warren and to his heires lawfully begotten.
For lack of such heirs to daughter Anne Warren and her heirs. To son
John the elder my farm implements, and to him and his brothers John the
middle and Richard and his sister Anne the household goods, pewter,
brass, and livestock. To Agnes Coole, my wife's daughter, all the
appurtenances that did belong to my wife that last was. To John Cole,
my wife's son, a chafing dish and a laten candlestick. To twelve of the
poorest people in Naylond 12d. to be divided among them. All the residue
of my goods and chattels, debts paid and my expenses discharged to be
equally divided among my four children and my two brothers James and
William Warren whom I make executors, and give them five loads of wood
lying felled on my ground for their pains. I make John Prentise
supervisor and I give him 12d.
Witnesses: John Prentise, Roberte Patten, Anthonye Speed,
and James Warren.
Proved 5 June 1576 by the executors named, William Warren in his own
person and James Warren in the person of said William.
(Archdeaconry of Sudbury (Bury St. Edmunds), Wroo, 142.)

More About JOHN WARREN:
Apr 21, 1576 - Will dated, Will Proved 5 June 157617
Occupation: Husbandman
Burial: Apr 23, 1576, St. Edmund's, Sudbury, Suffolk, ENG.18


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John married Agnes Howlet on 15 Sep 1563. (Agnes Howlet was buried on 5 Dec 1567.)




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