|Submitted by:||Joyce M Oates|
|Date:||6 November 2017|
73 Archdeacon Will 1670A #54 German, will inventory of Ann Savage alias Quay, died 1 March 1669/70: Summary: sister Dorothy Quay, sister Jane, sister Margery, other sisters, son John Savage her will: ArW 1670A #059 German of Ann Savage alias Quay: sister Dorothy Quay, sister Jane, sister Margery, other sisters, son John Savage See also: ArWills 1644, Santan Presentment: Thomas Savage and Isabel Keanaige/Kinnish for fornication, presentment 1644 Santan See also: ArW 1660A #13 of Marriad xxxx alias Cordeigh: Margaret Savage dau in law (married xxxx Caine, her child is John Caine) of Marriad xxxx (?Caine) als Cordeige, will 1660 #13 Michael See also: ArWills 1664 Court Proceedings: Henry Savage executor of will of William Savage (dead by April 1664), and on the Isle of Man for 6 years, made claim against Henry Crellin (dead since about 1654) and his wife (dead since about 1652) for money owed William, per Court proceedings dated 26 April 1664 See also: ArWills 1664 Court Proceedings: William Savage dead by April 1664, and Henry Savage (on the Isle of Man for 6 years) is executor, William apparently was owed money by Henry Crellin (dead since about 1654) and his wife (dead since about 1652), per Court proceedings dated 26 April 1664 Braddan par reg: James Savage, Douglas, buried 9 Jul 1727: EpisW 1727-3 Braddan, decree of James SAVAGE EpW 1730-2 Braddan, will of Ellinor SAVAGE EpW 1730-2 Braddan, will of John SAVAGE Braddan par reg: Mrs Rebeccah Savage als Reeves bur 23 Jun 1749: EpW 1749-1 German, of Rebecca SAVAGE als REEVES [?wife of Mr Alexander Savage] Braddan par reg: Robt Savage bur 7 Sep 1759: EpisW 1759-3 Braddan, decree of Robert SAVAGE Note: The Old Typed Index lists Ann's surname as 'Quane', but it is clearly 'Quay'. See ArW 1670A #59 (Below) for Ann Quay's will '5 leafs following' this inventory.
A perfect Inventorie taken by 4 sworne men of ye goods of Ann Quaye diseased; Impris 3 pewder dishes in weight five pound 5s, Item one pewder candlesticke, Item a pewder tanker, Item a pewder cup, all priced to 2s Item 2 glaxen sheets and a pillow beare pris to 9s Item a pillowe of fidders in weight 7lb pris to ... 1s 2d Item a cadowe and 2 blanketts pris ....10s Item a white blankett in the walke mylne ...... 6s Item a course old bearinge canvase ....... 6d Item 8lb and a halfe of hurgir[?] yarne ....4s Item 4lb of linen yarne ....... 5s Item an iron pott pris to 4s Item halfe a bed stede pris to 1s 6d Item the wooden vessells weare left unpraised they beinge halfe of Item due to hir sister Dorothy before and the other halfe left by the disceased Item of Mr John Savage in the house 2 pewder dishes, a pewder cup, and a salt seller, and a candlesticke and a flaggon and a bag of English flaxe as it cam out of England the prsers names Mongo Hartly Tho: Crayne Will: Christian William Christian due to Listenant Knight five shillings The custody of ye goods due to Will: Gell for the coffin 4s 6d in ye hands of Dorothy for beare to Tho: Harrissons wife 1s Quay, who have given to Hen: Rattcliffe wife for beare 1s bonds secunda forman for provinge the will ....... 1s legis Joh: Callin & for writtinge of the will to Sir Woods
Oats GellWill Knickle and buringe 2s to the Clearke 1s The will in ye 5 leafe for buringe in ye Church 8d followinge to the Sumr 4d to the men that praysed the goods 12d in beare enquire of --- foxe for ye will
Archdeacon Will 1670A #059 German, of Ann Savage alias Quay, died 1 March 1669/70: Summary: sister Dorothy Quay, sister Jane, sister Margery, other sisters, son John Savage See her will inventory ArW1670A #54 German, will inventory of Ann Savage alias Quay, died 1 March 1669/70: sister Dorothy Quay, sister Jane, sister Margery, other sisters, son John Savage German parish register: Ann Quay buried 1 March 1669/70 ?German parish register: Margery Quay buried 14 Sep 1675
The last will and testament of An: Quay who departed this life the first day of March 1669; first she bequeathed her soule to God and her body to Christian buriall; It: she left to her sister Dorathy all her wodden vessells and all her linnens and a spinning wheele and halfe a wheele ; It: she left to her sister Jane one pedicoate and a wascoate and a linnen apron; It: she left to her sister Margery six pence and did cut off the rest of her sisters with six pence apeece And did constitute and ordaine her son John Savagh her true and lawfull exec: of all her goods moveable & unmove= able Dorothy Quay his Ant is sworne testes Casar Watleford in his absence in forme of law Dorathy Quay jurati & to give in a pfect Invent, & to be responsible to ye Execur when hee demands it pbatum et Solvit xijd Invent priced by William Christin Tho: Crayne, Mungo Hartley and William Gell The Invent in ye 4 leafe before
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