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Thomas Noyes
(Abt 1488-Abt 1554)
Dennys
(-1554)
Peter Noyes
(Abt 1517-After 1586)
Edith Blake
(-1584)
Thomas Noyes
(Abt 1563-1627)

 

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Dorothy Blake

Thomas Noyes

  • Born: Abt 1563, Weyhill, Hampshire, England
  • Marriage: Dorothy Blake
  • Died: 1627, Charlton, Andover Parish, King's Enham, England about age 64
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His widow was taxed for 4 hearths, which was the highest number in the tithing.


Settled at Charleton, in the parish of Andover. He was listed in the subsidy of Charleton Tithing in 1594 and Enham Rege (King's Enham) Tithing in 1598.
Ramridge Court Rolls indicate that Thomas Noyse was fined 6d for neglecting his hedges on 28 June 1592. He was a juror at the courts held 15 June 1587, 6 June 1588, and 28 June 1592.

Will - 15 MAY 1623;

Thomas Noyes of Charleton in the parish of Andever in the countie of South[amp]t[on] yeoman, sick of body, left money towards the repair of the parish church of Andover and the poor of the parish, and 12s to each of his godchildren. To his wife Dorothy he left "one joyned bed with the furniture therunto belonginge" and specified that after his decease she should have and enjoy "two yarde landes with tenem[en]ts therunto belonginge... according to the costome of the manner of Ramridge duering the Term of her widowhood," permitting his eldest son Peter Noyes to have the profits thereof. His younger son Thomas Noyes was to provide Dorothy with houseroom, lodging, and "wholsome sustenance meat and drinke" or 10 yearly. To Thomas he left his lease in certain lands held of the Right Honourable William Lord Sandes in Charleton., and another lease held of Sir Edward BArret Knight in Charleton. To his son Peter Noyes and daughters, Ann, Frances, and Dorothy Waterman, he left 20s apiece, and the same sum to his son and daughter-in-law [stepchildren] Edward Blake and MArie Scullard, and his nephew John Francis. The residue was to go to his younger son Thomas, who was to serve as executor. He entreated loving Brother Mr. Peter Noyes and loving Cosen Mr. William Noyes of Ramridge and loving son-in-law John Blake to be ov[er]seers, aiding the executor. Witnesses were John Blake and Edward Blake, both of whom signed, and John Mercer [his mark]. The inventory was dated 6 July 1627.
Event Will (proved) - 10 JUL 1627;

Administration of the will was granted to his son Thomas Noyes the younger.




[199] Settled at Charleton, in the parish of Andover. He was listed in the subsidy of Charleton Tithing in 1594 and Enham Rege (King's Enham) Tithing in 1598. Ramridge Court Rolls indicate that Thomas Noyse was fined 6d for neglecting his hedges on 28 June 1592.
He was a juror at the courts held 15 June 1587, 6 June 1588, and 28 June 1592. Will - 15 MAY 1623;
Thomas Noyes of Charleton in the parish of Andever in the countie of South[amp]t[on] yeoman, sick of body, left money towards the repair of the parish church of Andover and the poor of the parish, and 12s to each of his godchildren. To his wife Dorothy he left "one joyned bed with the furniture therunto belonginge" and specified that after his decease she should have and enjoy "two yarde landes with tenem[en]ts therunto belonginge... according to the costome of the manner of Ramridge duering the Term of her widowhood," permitting his eldest son Peter Noyes to have the profits thereof. His younger son Thomas Noyes was to provide Dorothy with houseroom, lodging, and "wholsome sustenance meat and drinke" or 10 yearly. To Thomas he left his lease in certain lands held of the Right Honourable William Lord Sandes in Charleton., and another lease held of Sir Edward BArret Knight in Charleton. To his son Peter Noyes and daughters, Ann, Frances, and Dorothy Waterman, he left 20s apiece, and the same sum to his son and daughter-in-law [stepchildren] Edward Blake and MArie Scullard, and his nephew John Francis. The residue was to go to his younger son Thomas, who was to serve as executor. He entreated loving Brother Mr. Peter Noyes and loving Cosen Mr. William Noyes of Ramridge and loving son-in-law John Blake to be ov[er]seers, aiding the executor. Witnesses were John Blake and Edward Blake, both of whom signed, and John Mercer [his mark]. The inventory was dated 6 July 1627. Event Will (proved) - 10 JUL 1627; Administration of the will was granted to his son Thomas Noyes the younger. Paul Noyes


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Thomas married Dorothy Blake. (Dorothy Blake was buried on 27 Feb 1633 in Andover, England.)




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