Henry Tritton [564]
(-1618)
Margaret Sterlynge [565]
William Tritton [567]
(1603-1631)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
Elizabeth Goosunne [1103]

William Tritton [567] 14

  • Born: 1603
  • Christened: 17 Dec 1603, Wickhambreux, Kent
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Goosunne [1103] on 1 Nov 1627 in Wickhambreux, Kent
  • Died: 1631 aged 28 33
  • Buried: 16 Sep 1631, Stodmarsh, Kent
picture

bullet  Death Notes:

The Probate Dispostion for William TRITTON of Stodmarsh Kent dated 1631



The Accompete of Elizabeth Tritten, widow.
and administratrix of all and singuler the
goodes and chattells of William Tritten
- late whilst hee lived of the parish of Stodmarsh
[the bit on the left now inserted - I think]
in the Countye of Kent decde: by her made and taken the
eleventh day of the month of October Anno Doni 1631 whilst he lived.
Since his death have come to the handes
and possession of this Accomptant by power
and virtue of.. of Administration through
to her in that behalfe lawfully committed
as followeth viz:

First this Accomptant and Adminstratrix
cloth charge doth charge herselfe with
all and singular the goods, cattells
and chattells as late were the said deceased
his whilst he lived and since his death
have come to the handes and possession of
this Accomptant, all which said goods, cattells
and chattells are conteyned and specified
in an inventory thereof made and hereunto
annexed, and the former beeing by?? and
?'? sound and indifferent by apprized. ??
in the whole extend and amount unto the
summe of ... ... 13. 9s. 4d. (is it??)

Whereof this accomptant humbly praieth
to be allowed all such sumes of money other
hath were fairly paid and laid out or is
tyed for to payn and lay put in and about the
adminstration of the said deceadsts good, cattells
and chattells and paiment of??????
other sureties whereof the ????? dcd
hereunder follow and owes viz:

Imprimis paid laid out by this accumptant
and Adminstratrix to ???? onies
for watching with the said deceased in the
time of his sickness.

Item laid out by this accomputant for honey
and wine and ???salletoyle and for ??spire,
spent in the time of the sickness of the
said deceased the summe of

Item paid by this Accomptant for the coffin to
interne the corpes of the said deceased
the summe of

Item spent at the buriall of the said deceased
for three ??tobites of wheate, for beare,
and for meale and other ordinary charges
about the said funerall the summe of

Item paid to the preacher for the sermon
made at the buriall of the said deceased
and for all other his duties hereabouts
the summe of

Item paid to the Clarke for his duty
thereabout the summe of

Item paid to William Jode of the parish of
Wickhambrux for the debte owing
unto him the the said deceased at the time
of his death the summe of

Item paid to Daniell Cocke and ?'?Edwarde
Coeke (crossed out) ?? for debts due and owing unto them
by the said deceased at the time of this death the summe of

Item for the ?? of???? taken after
the said deceased's goods for the obligation
thereupon had and taken as after for
............... the....
of the said deceased goods in
the ?'?'?? fee and all ordinary and
more ??? charges of Court thereabouts
the sum of

Item for drawing this accompte in forme
to exhibite unto the Courte for the
????? fee to see the same and to
obtaine the admission there?? ??
??????
'????? thereupon had granted
Judges seale of office limit?? of??
extraordinmary?? and all ordinary and
?'?'?? charges of Courte thereabouts
in all the summe

Sume totall of all
the said paimentes
and allowances etc.

???????????
that this Accomptant and Adminstration
afforesaid hath well and truly admin
the goods and chattells of the said
deceased and that ??????
of ?9 999 ?? hath yet
??? in her handes to be limitted
and allotted by the Judges of this Courte
the sume of

11th Octpber 1631
Before Master James Bissell, clerk substitute, on hehalf of James Rufforth,
notary public and accountant. The accountant aforesaid paid the aforesaid
(sums) and gave account together with an oath etc in the register as true etc and moreover he swore an oath to etc and then acceded to his petition
produced the said oath and account which etc and to him as far as etc and
thus the account etc half etc and saving the right etc and before the assigned suyms at the foot of the account aforesaid remaining in the following portions:
namely

to Robert Tritten brother of the said deceased sum 12d
to Henry Tritten brother of the said deceased sum 12d
to Thomas Tritten brother of the said deceased sum 12d
to Mary Tritten sister of the said deceased sum 12d


picture

William married Elizabeth Goosunne [1103] [MRIN: 259] on 1 Nov 1627 in Wickhambreux, Kent.




Home | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 23 Jan 2011 with Legacy 7.5 from Millennia