Bahie Cannell alias Booye/Boyde 1670

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 12 November 2017
Original: 0106202

Archdeacon Will 1670A #67 Michael, of Bahie Cannell alias Booye / Boyde, dated 18 January 1670/71, pauper:
Summary: son Richard Cannell, daughters Margaret and Madge Cannell, grandson Gilbert Moore, granddau Margaret Cannell, son in law Phinlo Craine (md Margaret), other grandchildren
will of son: ArW 1659A #25 Michael of Gilbert Cannell, died 28 April 1659 intestate, wife Catharine Sayle is alive (she remarried John Crebbin): wife Catharine 
Sayle (remarried John Crebbin, see ArWills 1666 petition Jurby, of John Crebbin) dau Margaret (an infant), brother Richard, sisters Ann & Margaret (husband Phinlo 
Craine), & Madge (husband John Kneen), William Naylor in 1675 received the goods of Margaret Cannell (Margaret would have been about 23 years old by then)
see also:  ArWills 1666 petition of John Crebbin, 2nd husband of the mother (Catharine Cannell alias Sayle, first husband Gilbert Cannell) 
of Margaret Cannell: stepdaughter Margaret Cannell, Supervisors of Margaret are Richard Cannell, Phinlo Craine, Madge Cannell

Michaell At a Court holden in KK Bryde Janr ye 18th 1670 Baheey Booy sick in body but whole in minde & of pfect memorie (thanks be to God) make ys her last will & testament as followeth: It: She left to her sonn Ricd: Cannell a barrell, & a barrell to her grandchild Gilbt Moore; It: shee bequeathed halfe a blankett to her grandchildren & the other halfe to her grandchild Gilbt: Moore; It: Shee constituted & ordained her 2 daughters Margt & Mxxgt Magtch Cannell & her grand Magtch child Margt Cannell joynt executors of all ye rest wtsoever Cannell interlined testes Ricd Cannell { Ricd: Cannell & Ffinlo Craine Joh: Caine { jurati sworne in forme of Law The Invent included in ye will as appeares by ye oathes of Ricd: Cannell & Ffinlo Craine her owne sonn & sonn in law: & praiced by ye Summer & 4 men upon oateh to 1s - 6d The funerall discharged & church dues its sworne yt paup erat et nihil habet

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