John NOYES of Trinity House LND 
- Marriage: Margaret EVERARD 
Another name for John was NOYSE.
Bedfordshire Records Office (on line)
Searched: M Terbrack 2013
Deed to lead the uses of a Fine.
(i) John Noyes, Trinity House, London, gentleman and wife Margaret
(ii) Charles Higgs, Cliffords Inn esquire
Date Free Text2 February 1704/5
Collection made by the late A.W. Turner, and sent by Messrs. Perrys, 56 Preston Street, Brighton, via British Records Accociation.
Scope and Content
-- all messuages and lands of John Noyes in Beeston, Sandy, Northill, Broom, Fenlake, Southill Bedfordshire and Stanbourne, Essex, to use of John Noyes for life, then to wife for life, remainder to heirs of John Noyes or heirs of longer lived of John Noyes and wife. 2 applied seals on tags.
Witnesses: Richard Noyes, Robert Serwin, Thomas Crosse.
KeywordsBeeston; Broom; DEEDS; Essex; Fenlake; NORTHILL; papers, legal; SANDY; SOUTHILL
Persons keywords: Thomas Crosse; Charles Higgs; John Noyes; Margaret Noyes; Richard Noyes; Robert Serwin
Plaintiff: Charles ?Higgs, esquire
Deforciants: John Noyes, gentleman and wife Margaret.
Date Free TextHilary term ? 1706-7
Date To 1707
British Records Association 817 (documents discovered at old office of British Records Association Records, Preservation Section,8 New Square)
Scope and Content
-- 4 messuages, 3 cottages, 300 acres arable, 50 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture, Beeston, Sandy and Northill.
-- moiety of 3 messuages, 2 cottages, 200 acres arable, 20 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture, Broom, Fenlake and Southill.
-- moiety of 3 messuages, 2 cottages and . . . . . acres arable, 100 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, Stambourne, Essex KeywordsBeeston; Broom; DEEDS; Fenlake; NORTHILL; papers, legal; SANDY; SOUTHILL; Stambourne
Persons keyword Charles Higgs; John Noyes; Margaret Noyes
Covenant to levy a fine: (i) William Alston of Pavenham, gentleman, and wife Elizabeth, one of the daughters and coheirs of John Everard, late of Northill, gentleman (ii) Margaret Noyes of London, widow, another daughter and coheir. Recites will of John Everard and other matters [details given]. For the fine, see BS 472. Witnesses: William Goodhall, G Arnald
Date Free Text15 Mar 1711
Admin/biog history BRA Stamp 414from Messrs Hedley Norris & Co
Recites: Will of John Everard, son of John Everard, 26 April 1686.
Devises to mother Mary Everard messuage in Beeston which is her jointure during life, and after her death to daughter Margaret; to wife Mary her jointure in Beeston and Sandy, and after her death to daughter Margaret;
to daughter Mary Higgs, since deceased, a messuage in Stamborne, Essex, and in Broom, Southill, on condition of her resigning her right to those bequeathed to Margaret; if another daughter is born, the lands to be divided between the daughters.
Chancery Suit 4 February 1707.
John Noyes and wife Margaret versus John Mordaunt, gentleman, and Elizabeth Everard and Charles Higgs; lands to be divided between the sisters.
KeywordsBeeston; Broom; Chancery; deed; gentleman; London; NORTHILL; PAVENHAM; SANDY; Stambourne; will
Persons keyword; Elizabeth Alston; William Alston ; G Arnald; Elizabeth Everard; John Everard; Margaret Everard; Mary Everard; William Goodhall; Charles Higgs; Mary Higgs; John Mordaunt; John Noyes; Margaret Noyes; Margaret Noyes
Post-nuptial settlement (Covenant to levy a fine): (i) George Mordaunt, gentleman, second son of John Mordaunt of Over Caldecote, Northill, gentleman, and wife Margaret, late wife of John Noyes, late of Trinity House, London, gentleman (ii) Charles Higgs of Grays Inn, gentleman, James Lyle of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, haberdasher of hats. Messuages and lands in Beeston, Sandy and Northill [no details]. Recites various documents [details given]. Witnesses: John Marryat, Joseph Bull, John Russell. On the marriage of George Mordaunt and wife Margaret.
Date Free Text19 Dec 1716
BRA Stamp 414 from Messrs Hedley Norris & Co
(A) Indenture: (i) John Noyes and wife Margaret, Thomas Mulsoe of Middle Temple, esquire (ii) William Moubray of the Inner Temple, gentleman (iii) John Orlebar, a master in the High Court of Chancery, Charles Heanage of Hatton Garden, esquire (iv) John Tolson of Chancery Lane; 10 May 1711.
(B) BS 474
(C) Will of John Noyes appointing brother Richard executor.
(D) Indenture: (i) John Tolson and Richard Noyes (ii) Margaret Noyes (iii) Elizabeth Davis of London, widow. Mortgage for £500, 13 January 1712.
KeywordsBeeston; Chancery Lane, Holborn; gentleman; Grays Inn; haberdasher; Hatton Garden, London; Hitchin; Inner Temple; marriage settlements; Master in Chancery; Middle Temple; NORTHILL; Over Caldecote; SANDY; Trinity House, London
Persons keyword; Joseph Bull; Elizabeth Davis; Charles Heanage; Charles Higgs; James Lyle; John Marryat; George Mordaunt; John Mordaunt; Margaret Mordaunt; William Moubray; Thomas Mulsoe; John Noyes; Margaret Noyes; Richard Noyes; John Orlebar; John Russell; John Tolson
(i) Jn. Mordaunt of Caldecote, Northill, gent (exor. to Jn.
Everard of Beeston Sandy), and Chas. Higgs of Cliff. Inn gent. (who marr. Mary one of 3 daus.
of sd. J.E.)
(ii) Wm. Alston of Pavenham gent. & w. Eliz. (another dau.)
Mess. & malting in Fenlake occ. Jn. Sharrow, 3 ac. etc. as bef. In settlement of disputes wh. had arisen.
Ments. Marg. N yes wid., the eld. dau.
Death of Mary under age 21 & w 'out. issue.
Recites : Codicil to will of Jn. Everard 1 Ap. 1694 in fav. ofdaus. Mary & E.
Wtns F. Brace jr., Wm. Goodhall.
23 Mar. 1711/12
Date Free Text23 Mar 1711, 23 Mar 1712
KeywordsBeeston; Caldecote; Cliffords Inn; Fenlake; Malting; PAVENHAM; will: Everard, John
Persons keyword Elizabeth Alston; William Alston; F. Brace; Elizabeth Everard; John Everard; Mary Everard; William Goodhall; Charles Higgs; Mary Higgs; John Mordaunt; Maragert Noyes
Will of John Noyes of Trinity House.
28 July 1711
In the Name of God Amen I John Noyes of Trinity House London Gentleman being of sound memory and understanding do make and ordain This my Last will and Testament hereby revoking and making void all former and other wills by me at any time heretofore made and I Commit my Soul to God hoping Through the merits of Christ my Saviour to have full pardon of all my Sins my body I Commit to the earn to be devoutly buried in such manner as my Executor hereafter named shall Think fit And whereas I have made provision for my dear wife out of my Lands and Hereditaments in the County of Bedford I give and dispose all my real and personal estate as is hereinafter mentioned I give to my dear Sister Frances Noyes the Sum of Twenty pounds to buy her Mourning Item I give All my Lands Tenements And Hereditaments to the heirs Male of my Body And for want of such I give to my Loving Brother Richard Noyes Esquire and his heires Item In Case I have one or more Daughters or younger Son or younger Sons borne or in ventro Samere at the time of my Decease I give to every of such Daughters or younger Sons One Thousand Pounds apiece to be paid to them respectively at such time as they shall respectively Attain their respective Ages of One and Twenty years or Respective days of Marriage which shall first Happen And interest Thereof I will shallbe Allowed to them respectively for Their Maintenance And Education And in case any of Such Daughters or younger Sons Shall Depart this life before Such time as his her or their respective portion or portions become payable I give the respective portion or portions of him her or them so dying to my Executor hereinafter named Item All the rest of my personal Estate whatsoever I give and devise to my said dear Brother Richard Noyes his Executors and Administrators And I make my said brother Richard Noyes Sole Executor of this my Last will In Witness whereof I have to this my last will Set my hand and Seal the Eight and Twentieth day of July in the Tenth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Anne by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith etc Annoq [ue) Domini One Thousand Seven hundred and Eleven. J. Noyes Signed Sealed and published by the Said John Noyes As his Last will and Testament in the presence of us who Subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of the Testator Robie Sherwin Robert Harper John Evans
Ref: PRO PROB 11/525 p.105 Quire 14 1712
John married Margaret EVERARD  [MRIN: 6715], daughter of John EVERARD  and Mary . (Margaret EVERARD  was christened on 6 Nov 1677 in St Swithun Sandy BDF and died after 1720.)