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Isaac ALSTON of Chelsea [3220]
(1651-1688)
Mary SEILE of London [3519]
(Abt 1648-1740)
Rev Charles TRUMBULL L.L.D. [3523]
(Abt 1646-1724)
Anna RICH [25630]
(-1682)
Joseph ALSTON of New House [3521]
(Abt 1676-1736)
Laurentia TRUMBULL [3522]
(Abt 1680-1718)

Charlotte ALSTON [3535]
(1711-Bef 1789)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Francis NAYLOR (HARE) Esq of Hurstmonceaux. [3536]

Charlotte ALSTON [3535]

  • Christened: 2 Feb 1710/11, Edwardstone SFK
  • Marriage (1): Francis NAYLOR (HARE) Esq of Hurstmonceaux. [3536]
  • Died: Bef 30 Jun 1789
  • Buried: Little Thurlow
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bullet  General Notes:


Charlotte Naylor, formerly Alston. On the 30th June 1780 Administration of the goods, chattels, and credits of Charlotte
Naylor, formerly Alston (wife of Francis Hare Naylor Esq.), late of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, deceased, was granted to Anne Hare, spinster, the niece and one of the next of kin, having been first sworn duly to administer. The said Francis Hare Naylor, Esq., the lawful husband of the said deceased, dying without having taken upon himself the letters of administration of the goods of the said deceased.

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Suffolk, Little Thurlow
Charlotte daughter of Joseph Alston of Edwardstone, who married Francis Hare, later Naylor, of Herstmonceux, son of Rev Dr Francis Hare, Bishop of Chichester, by Bethia Naylor heiress of Herstmonceux, and died before 1775, when Francis died s.p. aged 72.
Naylor / Hare impaling Alston
Motto: In coelo quies
The Heraldry Soc. Also jmc4 Church Explorer

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1. Agreement: Soame Hare Alston Dickenson & others, 1737. This is the final agreement made in the Court of our Sovereign Lord the King at Westminster from Easter day in 15 days in the 10th year of the reign of George II (1737) by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King defender of the faith etc before John Willis Alexander's Denton John Collins and John Fortescue Alan? Justices of our Lord the King and others then and there present between Charles Longueville Esq and Marshe Dickenson plaintiffs and Francis Lord Bishop of Chichester and Margaret his wife Stephen Soame Esq and Ann his wife and Charlot Alston defendants. Of 7 Messuages 7 garden 7 orchards 600 acres of land 100 acres of pasture 20 acres of wood, common of pasture for all cattle and liberty of holdage with the appurtenances in Edwardstone Groton Great Waldingfield Little Waldingfield Elmset Whitlesham Aldham Boxford Polstead and Hadley in the County of Suffolk and of 2 Messuages 2 gardens 2 orchards 220 acres of land 30 acres of pasture liberty of holding and common of pasture with the appurtenances in Sculthorpe in the County of Norfolk whereupon a plea of Coverture? was summoned between them in the same court that is to say that the aforesaid Bishop and Margaret, Stephen and Ann and Charlot have acknowledged the aforesaid tenements common of pasture and liberty with the appurtenances to be the right of him the said Charles as these is? The said Charles and Marshe have of the gift of the aforesaid Bishop and Margaret Stephen and Ann and Charlotte and those they have ? and quit claimed from them the said Bishop and Margaret Stephen and Ann and Charlot and their heirs to the aforesaid Charles and Marshe and the heirs of the said Charles for ever and moreover the said Bishop and Margaret have granted for them and the heirs of the said Margaret that they will warrant to the aforesaid Charles and Marshe and the heirs of the said Charles the aforesaid tenements common of pasture and liberty with the appurtenances aggregating them the said Bishop and Margaret and the heirs of the said Margaret for ever and further the said Stephen and Ann have granted for them and the heirs of the said Ann that they will warrant to the aforesaid Charles and Marshe and the heirs of the said Charles the aforesaid tenements common of pasture and liberty with the appurtenances aggregating to them the said Stephen and Ann and the heirs of the said Ann for ever and also the said Charlotte have guaranteed for her and her heirs that they will warrant to the aforesaid Charles and Marsh and the heirs of the said Charles the aforesaid tenements common of pasture and liberty with the appurtenances aggregating her the said Charles and her heirs for ever and for this acknowledgement ? Quit claim warranty fine and ? The said Charles and Marshe have given to the aforesaid Bishop and Margaret Stephen and Ann and Charlotte L960 Stirling



2. Release: Soame Hare Alston Dickenson & others, 18 Apr 1737. Dated 18th of April 1737.
Release of Right from Stephen Soam Esq and Ann his wife and Mrs Charlot Alston to the Leasehold and Personal estates of Joseph Alston Esq and Dr Charles Trumbull
To
Francis Lord Bishop of Chichester and Margaret his wife and also to Charles Longueville Esq and Marsh Dickenson on the several trusts contained in the Will of the said Joseph Alston concerning the same.


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Charlotte married Francis NAYLOR (HARE) Esq of Hurstmonceaux. [3536] [MRIN: 1207], son of Rt Rev Dr Francis HARE [3527] and Bethia NAYLOR [21361]. (Francis NAYLOR (HARE) Esq of Hurstmonceaux. [3536] was born on 14 May 1713, christened on 4 Jun 1713 in St Martin Ludgate LND, died in 1775 and was buried in Little Thurlow.)


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