Jonas (Jonah) ALSTON of Ballingdon. 
- Christened: 5 Sep 1613, Gt Cornard SFK
- Marriage (1): Unknown
Jonas was aged under 18 as a legatee under his grandfathers will
Jonas was living at the date of his fathers will being then under age. Principle executor and beneficiary under his mothers Will he was deceased before probate. Died between 16 May 21 Car. I (1660) and 30 April 1661.
PCC Administrations - Alstone Jonas of Moulton SFK 1658 - 230
Ref Chadwick Healey fiche ENG AID 072 FCH NZSOG Auck - 2007 Also PCC Amin 1658 - 230.
Essex Hearth Tax, Hinckford Hundred 1671.
Ballingdon Hamlet, Jonas Alliston 2 hearths.
DAVY'S COLLECTIONS. EXTRACTS from PARISH REGISTERS
Anne Alston, dau. of Jonas A. baptized by Mr. Westwood, of Dalham, 14 Aug., 1651.
Mary Alston, dau. of, &c., 30 Sept., 1653.
Jonas Alston sworn Registrar by Parliament orders.
Anna Alston, dau. of Thomas and Anna, baptized 1 May, 1679.
Mrs. Mary Alston, widow, buried 9 Dec., 1680.
Johijs Alston et Dorothea uxor ejus obiit Edus Alston solus filius et haeres dce Dorothea
adten, &c., quze preds. Johes et Dorothea cepit 6 Oct. 1681 et suis redd Thomae Sidney.
Alstonia Page 269.
George Moody of Moulton in the County of Suffolk, yeoman
20 February, 1651.
To wife Lydia my mansion house commonly called Fryatts &c. &c
To my cousin Mary Smith thirty pounds in the second year after my death.
To my cousin Jonas Alston's wife thirty pounds four years after my decease.
To my cousin Alstone's daughter, Ann Alstone ten pounds in the sixth year after my decease.
To my cousin Samuel Warren, son of my sister, Margaret Warren. forty pounds in the third year after my decease.
To my cousin Clement Warren, son of my sister Margaret Warren, ten pounds in the fifth year after my decease.
House to sister Margaret Warren and her son George Warren after her decease
To George Warren's wife ten pounds in the fifth year after my decease.
To her daughter Sara five pounds in the sixth year, &c. and five pounds among the rest of her children in the seventh year, &c.
To my brother John Salmon's eldest son thirty pounds in the eighth year, &c Ten pounds to the rest of his children in the ninth year.
To Francis Hovell's children five pounds in the tenth year, &c.
To Richard Hovell of Ashfield Magna, to Mr Croxen. to Mr Archer, to Mr Chatchpole, to Mr Deaken at Newmarket, to Mr Westwood of Dallam, to the poor in Newmarket, of Gaseley, of Dallon, of Barrow, of Denham and of Moulton. Mr Jonas Alston and John Salmon the younger to be executors. Certain lands to go to brother Samuel Moody in Berry (sic) and to his heirs forever. Mr. Eyres to preach my funeral sermon.
The witnesses were Thomas Warren and Nathaniel Eyre.
Administration with the will annexed was granted 3 May, 1654. to Samuel Moody, brother of the deceased, &c. the executors having renounced the trust.
Jonas spouse unknown.