The Kings Candlesticks - Family Trees
John HAYWARD [28856]
(Cir 1414-Bef 1473)
Alice [28857]
(Cir 1417-Aft 1486)
Richard HAYWARD [28860]
(Cir 1449-Bef 1517)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. UNKNOWN [28924]

Richard HAYWARD [28860]

  • Born: Cir 1449, Essex
  • Marriage (1): UNKNOWN [28924] circa 1473 in Wethersfield ESS
  • Died: Bef 1517, Wethersfield ESS

bullet   Another name for Richard was HERWARD.

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bullet  General Notes:


John was beneficiary under his mothers Will 11 Jul 1486

Deed
Parish Records
WETHERSFIELD, St Mary Magdalene
Lease
Rich Herward of Wethersfield lets his house called Goldynggs of John H. (his brother) from 29 September 1486 for 10 years upon condition that said John H. shall newly thatch the hall and all other houses where necessary and repair some with timber work and daubing; and also make an oven and a `kelle' in the kitchen and a chimney in the hall. This work is to extend over a period of three years, after which the said John H. shall pay to Richard H. 6s.8d. yearly, and if said John shall wish to buy the house at the expiration of aforesaid 10 years, he is to have it for 10 payable over 5 years
Witnesses: Thomas Lovelond; John Pasfeld, barker; Walt. Davy, potter; Thomas Booll, carpenter.
Dates of Creation:
21 September 1486
ERO D/P 119/25/42

Deed
Parish Records
WETHERSFIELD, St Mary Magdalene
Walford's Charity
Grant
John Wentworth arm. lord of the manor of Wethersfield, to Rich. Herward of W.
Copyhold alder grove called Frankelyne Fen in W. lately in occ. of Alice Craneford, widow (and now in the possession of said John Wentworth) between land of Alexander Walford called Hoolys on the E., and land in occupation of John Clerke alias Yongman called Manfeld on the W.; one head abutting on land of John Kyng called Light Waters on the S., and the other partly on land called Shortland and partly on land of John Clerke called Tadydon on the N.
To be held at an annual rent of 3s. 4d
Signed: John Wentworth.
Witnesses: Giles Grey; John Fyloll, gent.; John Hoggs, sen.; Rich. Brond alias Bolls; John Mortemer; John Lyvermer.
Dates of Creation:
6 April 1546
ERO D/P 119/25/110

He married Unknown about 1473 in Wethersfield. He received properties called Goldyngs, Le Conynger, Lightwaters and several others in the will of his mother on 11 Jul 1486. All of this land appears to be in Wethersfield. In mother Alice's will, Richard was also given a property called Goldyngs which he leased to his brother John on 21 Sep 1486 for 10 years so long as John kept the property in good repair.[1] On 28 Mar 1490, he and brothers-in-law William Stamer and John Pasfield received the property called Goldyngs plus all other appurtenances in Wethersfield and Blackmere from the executors of his mother's estate.[2] He was a neighbor to nephew John Stamer on the highway from Wethersfield to Braintree dated 5 Mar 1512/13.[3] Richard was deceased on 7 Feb 1517/18 when John Pasfield sold Goldyngs to the son of Richard and others. His son and heir Richard Hayward is mentioned.[4]

[1] Essex County, England, Court Roll Deeds Online Abstract D/DP 119/25/42 , ERO. John Pasfield was a witness.
[2] Essex County, England, Court Roll Deeds Online Abstract D/DP 119/25/43 , ERO.
[3] Essex County, England, Court Roll Deeds Online Abstract D/DP 119/25/50 , ERO.
[4] Essex County, England, Court Roll Deeds Online Abstract D/DP 119/25/50 ERO. His son was called son and heir of Richard Herward.


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Richard married UNKNOWN [28924] [MRIN: 10236] circa 1473 in Wethersfield ESS.


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