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Roger NEVINSON [8014]
Rowland NEVINSON [8016]
Christopher NEVINSON [8019]
(-1551)

 

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1. Ann BINGHAM [8023]

Christopher NEVINSON [8019]

  • Marriage (1): Ann BINGHAM [8023] in 1549
  • Died: 1551
  • Buried: 16 Aug 1551
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Will of Christopher Nevinson of Addisham
CHRISTOPHER NEVINSON LLD d.1551
In the name of god amen The xvijth day of March in the year from the Incarnation of our lord Jesus Christ a Thousand five hundreth and fifty /
And in the first year of the Reign of our Soveraign Lord Edward the Sixth by the grace of god King of England France and Ireland defender of the faith and in earth of the church of England and also of Ireland the supreme head /
I Christopher Nevinson of Addisham in the county of Kent Doctor of the civil law born at Briggende in the parish of Wedrall and county of Cumberland do ordain and make this my present Testament and last will in manner and form following /
First I bequeathe my soul into the hands of my Redeemer and only Saviour Christ Jesus by whose mere mercy & blood shedding I trust only to be saved. And my body to be buried in christen manner at the discretion of my wife
Item I give and bequeathe to Anne my said wife my standing Cup of Silver and gilt with a cover my best Salt, Six silver spoons, an old Sovrant, three old Angells one old Ryall one new Angell /
two french cronats /
my bedstead in the great parlour with the sealer and tester of green silk and vallance for the same and curtain of Sarcenett / .
Item I give and bequeathe to Thomas my son my bowl of silver double gilt weighing twenty ounces /
my second salt double gilt Six silver spoons /
two old Rialls four old Angells three new Angells two old coron Roset /
two french crowns old my two Rings of gold my chain of Angel(?) gold weight about ten ounces. Except five and thirt Links thereof which I give to my said wife
Item I give and bequeathe to my said son Thomas the bedstead in the great chamber with the sealer tester and vallance upon the same of blue velvet and cloth of gold /
and the curtains for the same of blue yellow and Red sarcenett and my steel chest and all my books / Item I give and bequeathe to my daughter Jane my silver pot double gilt with the cover /
my third Salt gilt one old Ryall two old Angels one new Angell /
the bedstead in Mr. Brooks house at Canterburye, the sealer tester and vallance of silk in the Chapel, a featherbed. A bolster, two pillows, two pillowbeers, a pair of blanketts, two pair of sheets a covering
Item I give and bequeathe to the child my wife go with all if she be with child /
my white silver pot, my fourth salt of silver, one old Angell /
Item I give and bequeathe to my uncle Richard Nevinson my cloth gown faced with satin /
Item I give and bequeathe to my cousin Alexander Nevinson my best cote of pewke, and a doublet of crimsom satin and to John Nevinson his brother my freeas dovecote and a fustian doublet
Item I give and bequeathe to my coisin Steven Nevinson Mr. of Art at Cambridge my bussells frock furred and faced with budge my Canopy of silk with curtains of green sarcenet a feather bed a bolster a paire of blankets a coverlet and my institutes in greek /
Item I give & bequeathe to my brother Roger Nevinson a new coat of black cloth at ten shillings the yard & fourty shillings in money
Item I give and bequeathe to my brother John Nevinson a new black coat of cloth at ten shillings the yard aad twenty shillings in money./
Item I give & bequeath to my brother Richard Nevinson a new black cloth coat at ten shillings the yard and twenty shilllings in money /
Item I give and bequeathe to the poor parisheners where I was born forty shillings in money to be distributed there at the discretion of Mr. Richard Salkeld my uncle Richard my brother Roger and the church wardens there /
Item I give and bequeathe to my cousin James Nevinson three shillings four pence /
and to Mawde that was my uncle Richards servant at my coming to Cambridge 3s 4d /
Item I give and bequeathe to Robert Stamper my servant my gray gelding called Philpott a new black coat at ten shillings the yard forty shillings in money and the lease of Henforde after my mother Monnynges death /
Item I give and bequeath to my Cousin Thomas Nevinson my lease of the parsonage of Hedcron /
Item I give and bequeathe to my said wife the one half of all my household stuff not bequeathed /
And the other half to my son Thomas to be equally divided between them /
And the Residue of of all my moveable goods I give and bequeathe to my said wife my debts and legacies first contented and paid /
Except my leases and Indentures which shall remain as hereafter is disposed and ordained
Item I give and bequeathe to the parson of Saint Elpphus in Canterbury my cloth gown faced with damask and a black satin duublet /
And to the vicar of River my other black cloth coat /.
Item I give and bequeathe to Mr. Blande parson of Addisham my black satin jacket and a black satin doublet /
Item I give and bequeathe to my said wife during her life the lease of the parsonage of Addisham and Chappell of Stapell /
the lease of Beytinershe the parcel of the manor of Wingham Barton, the lease of the parsonage of Goldstonton the lease of Bosington, the lease of the parsonage of Goodneston, the lease of the parsonage of Nonnyngton, and the lease of the portion of Well within the parish of Addesham /
All which leases of Addesham Goldstonton Bosington Goodneston Nonnington and Well, I will shall remain to Thomas my son only Immediately after the death of my said wife, during my years then to come, if the child my wife goeth with all be a daughter /
but if it be a son and live /
Then the said leases to be equally divided between them after my said wifes death /
And if one of them shall die without heirs of his body lawfully begotten, the other to have all the foresaid leases /
And if both my said sons ( If I have two or one). If I shall have but one fortune to die without issue of their or his body Lawfully begotten /
Then I will the said leases of Addesham parsonage of Bosington and Goodneston parsonage shall remaine after my wifes decease to my brother Roger, Rowland and Humfrey his sons /.
And in their default to my brother John and his sons /
And in their default to my brother Richard and his sons /
And in their defaulte to my cousin Steven, and his sons /.
And the said leases of Nonnyngton and Goldstonton, if my said son or sons shall fortune to die as before, I will shall remain after my said wifes death to my daughter or daughters /
Item I will and ordain by this my testament and last will that my said wife during her life, And after her death those to whom my said lease of Addisham parsonage aforesaid, shall come and remain / shall yerelie during the years of the said lease, cause one Sermon to be made in the parish church of Addesham and another in the parish church of Staple and shall give the preacher for every Sermon 6s 8d /
And shall bestow upon the poor people of the said parishs at every Sermon in the presence of the churche wardens 6s 8d /
Item I give and bequeathe to my Son Thomas Nevinson my lease of the Manor place at Wingham and of all lands belonging to the same /
the lease of the site of the Manor of Eastry and of all lands appertaining to the same /
And the lease of the Manor of Ratlinge and the marsh in Wickham valley and all the interest which I have by indenture of lease in the lands appertaining to Saint Stevens Chapel at new Romney in Romney Marsh belonging to Magdalens College in Oxford. and to the child my wife goeth withall (if she be with child) and the same a man child, I give and bequeathe my lease of the site of the Manor of Tenham /
and of all the lands belonging to the same /
either of my said sons to be others heir /
And if my wife be not with child) or if she be with child and bring forth a daughter, Then I give and bequeathe my said lease of the Manor of Te[y]nham to my said son Thomas Nevinson /


Provided always and I will give and bequeathe to my daughter Jane all the profitts of the said lease of Wingham Manor during and for Seven years next and Immediatly after my decease, the same profits and other things to her given to be safelye kepte for her, and payde to her at the daye of her marriage or at the xviij th yeare of her aige at her election / Item yf my said wife be with childe and she same a doughter and lyve, I will and bequeathe to my said doughter the profytts of the saide Lease of Wingham Mannor, during and for Seven yeares /. the same to be gy[ve]n at thend of the yeares that my doughter Jane must have the profetts therof as is before saide / And I will the saide profytts and other things to her given, shall also be safelie kept for my saide doughter and paid to her at the daye of her marriage or at the xviij th yeare of her age at her election And yf it shall fortune my said doughters or one of them to dye before they be married or come to thage of xviij th yeres as ys before said / Then I will the money receyved of the said lease of Wingham for them / or one of them, shall remayne to Thomas my sonne. And from thensforthe th'ole profytts of the said lease to remayne to hym /. Item I wishe that he or they whiche shall marrie any of my doughters shulde make to her or theym fortie pounds a yere Jointer Item I will that the monney receyved or other things to them given and bequeathed eithe for my sonne or sonnes, or my doughters or doughter, shalbe safelie kept and put to the most profett and increase that can lawfully be unto suche tyme by this my testament and will it ought and shulde be paide to theym or any of theym./ Provided alwaies and I will that if it shall fortune hathe my sonnes (if I shall have two to dye without yssue of his or their bodies Lawfully begotten / That then the lease of the Mannor of Wingham aforesaid and Sainte Stevens Chappell, shall remayne to my saide wief during her lyfe / And after her death to my doughters or doughter and their children Lawfully begotten / And for lacke of them to my brethern and their sonnes / And for lacke of them to my cosen Steven Nevinson And the lease of the Mannor of Tenham [Teynham] and the lease of the Manor of Eastrie for lacke of my sonne or sonnes or his or their child or children, shall remayne to Roger Nevinson John Nevinson and Richard Nevinson my brothern, and their sonnes / and in their defaulte to my cosin Steven Nevinson / Item I will that my doughter Jane shall have fyve pounds yerely, to fynde her withall oute of the lease of sainte Stevens Chappell unto she come to xviij th yeares of age (if she lyve so longe) or ells to cease Immediatly after her death / And to my other doughter to fynde withall / if my wief be with childe and bringe forthe a doughter, other fyve pounds yerelye oute of the said lease of Seynte Stevens Chappell, unto she come to the age of xviij th yeres (if she lyve so longe) yf she dye before she be xviij th yeares of age, then the same to cease Immediatlye / Item I give and bequeath to my brother John Nevinson the lease of Tyknes in the parish of Norbourne / And to my brother Richard Nevinson my lease of Mayes in Heron [Herne?] / Item I give and bequeathe to my brother Roger Nevinson, and to Humfrey and Rowlande his sonnes my lease of Masondyeubrokes in Romney marsh and of the parishe of Rockinge /. And I will that my said brother Roger and his said sonnes, shall yearely during the yeres of the said lease of Masondyeubroks, paye to my brother John Nevinson and his sonnes thirtie shillings And to my brother Richard Nevinson and his sonnes yearelye twentie five shillings / And if my brother Roger Nevinson and his said sonnes shall fortune to dye withoute issue male of his or their bodies or bodye Lawfully begotten / Then I will the said lease of Masondyeubroks, shall remayne to my said brother John and his sonnes ; the payinge my saide brother Richard and his sonnes yerely, during the yeares fourtie shillings /. And yf it shall fortune my saide brother John and his sonnes to dye withoute yssue male of his or their bodie or bodies Lawfully begotten / Than I will the said Lease of Masondyeubroks shall remayne to my brother Richard and his sonnes paying yerely during the yeares to thother children of my brothers Roger and John fower poundes / and yf it shall fortune my said brother Richard and his sonnes to dye withoute heyres male of his or their bodie or bodies Lawfullye begotten / then I will the said lease of Masondyeubroks shall remayne to Steven Nevinson my cosyn / Item I will that my said brother Roger nor his sonnes, neither my brother John nor his sonnes nor my said brother Richard nor his sonnes shall bargayne, sell, or by any other wise alienate, the said lease of Masondyeubrokes during the yerears (excepte he or they bye so much Lande in Cumberlande or Westm'lande as shalbe worthe by the yeare fourtie shillings) the same lande to be entayled as the said lease ys in this my present testament / Item I will that my said wief shall have during the tyme she shall Remayne my widowe the bringing upp of my sonne or sonnes, and custodye of their goodes landes and hereditaments, unto he or they come to the age of twentie & fower yeares yf he or they be not before that tyme maried, And my said wief live so longe and still continue a widowe, she fynding my sonne Thomas or sonnes, yf I shall have m. . . . . as before / well sufficientlye and continuallye at some good gramer Scole or Scoles, until he or they come to the age of xiiij th yeares, and from thens forthe until he or they come to the age of Twentie and foure yeares, at the universitie of Cambridge or Oxforde / and the costodie and bringing up of my doughter or doughters and the custodye of her or their goodes unto she or they come to the Age of xviijth yeares or be maried Provided alwaies and I will that if my said wief shall fortune to marrye that then and from thensforthe Steven Nevinson shall have the bringing upp of my sonne or sonnes and the custodye of his or their Landes & hereditaments and other his or their goodes whatsoever / unto he or they come to the age of xxiiij yeres or shall be maried / Praying hym to kepe my said sonne or sonnes at the Scole and universitie in manner and forme as I have appointed my said wief / And ye custodie of my doughter or doughters goodes, unto she or they come to th age of xviij yeares, or be maried. I will also the said Steven Nevinson shall make a good and parfyt accompte of his administracon before thordinarie of the diocesse, or other competent judge in yt behalf / And I ordeyne constitute and make my said wief, and the said Steven Nevinson my Executours / And I give to the said Steven Nevinson for his paynes, unto my said sonne or sonnes come to twentie and fowre yeares of their age or be maried / fourtie shillings yearely (yf my said wief so longe contynewe a widowe and lyve / And if my said wief marrie or dye before the said twentie and fower yeares or mariage of my said sonne or sonnes, That then and from thensforthe unto my said sonne or sonnes come to the age of xxiiijth yeares or their mariage / I will the said Steven Nevinson shall have yerely fyve poundes, praying hym most hartelie to be good to my wief and my children in bringing them up, and savinge their goodes from Raveners, and that he will do soo much for me as to take upon hym th'execution of this my p[rese]nte testament and last will And I make my overseers my good lorde of Cannterburies grace Mr Hewe Cartwright And I give and bequeathe to my said lordes grace my Red gelding whiche I use for mine owne saddell, and the episells of Thomas Beckett and sainte Anselme written in parchement moost humble praying his grace to be good lorde to my wief and my children as his grace was to me most bountiful in my lief tyme, so his grace will be good to me in my wief and my children after myn deathe / And I give to Hewe Cartwright to put hym in remembrance to be good to my wief and my children his cosens fourtie shillings / Provided alwayes and I will, and by this my present testament ordeyne, that yf my said wief shall at anny tyme goo about to lett hynder or interuptt the execution and fulfilling of this my testament and last will, or anny parte or portion of the same according to my meynyng and entente or shall do or suffre to be doon anny thinge in her name or by her defaulte wherbie anny gift or legacie in this my present testament and last will given and bequeathed, shall not take his full effect and strengthe, or that she my said wief shall not make over from her to my sonne Thomas, or in his defaulte to my other sonne or doughter or doughters, a clere free and a perfect and Lawfull gift, or Surrender in wryting under seale of the title enterest and Demand that she shall fortune to have by my deathe in and to the leases of Wingham afore saide , and all the landes belonging to the same and of the parsonage of Nonnyngton within one monthe next and Immediately after my deathe / That then and from thensforth all suche giftes Legacies & bequests as I have before geven and bequeathed to my said wief shalbe utterlye voide frustrate and of none effect to all intents constructions and purposes, and shall remayne and be to Thomas my sonne in as ample and Large manner and condicon as thoughe I had puerlie geven the same lease and other things to hym or theym at the fyrst and as there hadd never been mention made of my said wief in this my present testament and Last will; The same to be in Reversion after his or their deathe as is before declared in other leases / Item I will that this my testament and last will shall be after the prose therof be written in three copies of parchment and the ordinarie seale or usuall seale and competent put to every of the saide copies wherof. I will one shall remayne in thands of my said wief, another in thands of my said cosyn Steven Nevinson, and the thirde in the custodie of my brother Roger Nevinson the same thirde copie also to be faithfully Registred in the Register at Karlyell./ This ye the last will of me the saide Chr'ofer Nevinson as concerning all my lands tenements and other hereditaments whatsoever in the Countie of Kent or ells where / ffirst I give and bequeathe to Thomas Nevinson my sonne and to his heyres males forever of his bodye Lawfully Begotten my garden at Sandwiche two acres of land at Stelling, and all the tithes of the parishes of Nonnington and the Late Chappell of Wymynges Wold, and the parysh of Goodneston nere Wynghm And yf it shall fortune my said sonne Thomas to dye withoute heyres male of his Bodye Lawfully Begotten, Then I will the saide Landes and tythes shall remayne to my other sonne and to his heires male of his bodye Lawfullye begotten forever / yf my wief be with child and bringe forthe a sonne) And for lacke of them bothe and their heires male / Then I will the saide Lands and tythes shall remayne to my doughter or doughters yf my wief bewith child and bringe forthe a doughter during their lyves And after her or their deathe or deathes, to remayne to my brother Roger Nevinson / and his sonnes Rowlande and Humfrey, and their heyres male of their bodies Lawfully begotten forever / And for lacke of them and their heyres male too my brother John Nevinson and his sonnes and their heyres male of their bodies Lawfully begotten forever / And for lacke of theym and their heyres male of their bodies Lawfully begotten, to my cosyn Steven Nevinson and his heyres male of his bodye lawfully begotten forever / Witnes hereof Edmunde ffarley p[ar]sone of greate Mongtham John Orgraver vicar of Eastrie William Beremell vicar of Asshe Humfrey Chirden parson of Saynt Elphus in Cannterburie Probatum in Latin
Submitted by Rockne Johnston
Ancestor Quest UK and Ireland Genealogy


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Christopher married Ann BINGHAM [8023] [MRIN: 2713] in 1549.


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