|Submitted by:||Joyce M Oates|
|Date:||18 February 2018|
Archdeacon Will 1671A #07 Lonan will of Margaret xxxx alias Corrin, died 18 March 1671/2: Summary: husband xxxx is not mentioned, granddau Bahie Fargher (underage), son in law Philip Fargher,maternal next of kin [niece] & supervisor Joney Knickle, also: Joney Clague, Robert Kermode, witnesses: Daniel Quark & Christopher Nelson, pledges: Christopher Nelson & Thomas Clague will of sister: ArW 1643A #14 Lonan will of Joney Knackle/Knickle alias Corrin: husband xxxx Knickle is alive, eldest dau Joney Knickle, dau Margaret Knickle, son William Knickle, dau A-- Knickle, sister Margaret Corrin, witnesses: Gilbert Corrin & Philip Cowin, also, people to whom she owed money: Philip Quayle, Robert Atkinson, James Knickle, Philip Knickle, William Kelly, Patrick Lewney dau xxxxx married Philip Fargher who died about 1686 (& remarried) OR in 1730 at age 1730: ?son in law: Lonan parish register: Philip Fargher aged 95 buried 23 Oct 1730 born about 1640 ?1st husband of dau: 1668 Liber Vastarum, Lonan: Phinlo Cowin & Philip Fargher & Ewan Qualtrough had a parcel of intack of 12d rent belonging to Raby treen, and all of these people are dead, and now Philip Fargher of Balladrine / Baldrine was entered for the whole 12d rent & was in possession of it ?son in law & his father: 1672 Liber Vastarum, Lonan: William Fargher had rent of 4s 1d of a mill in firm mollend (total rent 16s 4d), and he was dead, so that the right went to his son Philip Fargher who sold the miln rent of 4s 1d to John Murrey of Douglas who was entered for it in 1672 ?son in law & his father: 1682 Liber Vastarum, Lonan: William Fargher had farmland of 8s 9d rent in Colby treen (total rent 17s 6d), and he was dead, so the right of it fell to his son Philip Fargher who sold it to James Kewley who was entered for the 8s 9d rent i 1682 ?son in law & his father: 1682 Liber Vastarum, Lonan: William Fargher had a parcel of intack land of 6d rent belonging to Colby treen (total rent 12d), and he was dead, so the right of it fell to Philip Fargher junior of Baldrine & he sold it to James Kewley who was entered for the 6d rent in 1682 ?1st husband of dau & 2nd husband of dau: 1686 Liber Vastarum, Lonan: Philip Fargher had farmland of 5s 9d yearly rent in Garffe (total rent 10s 6d), and the right of it fell to his wife by Philip's death, and she and her current husband John Christian of Ballakilmartin/Balkilmartin sold the land to William Knickle, and he surrendered the same to Daniel Lowey, who was entered for the 2s 10 1/2d yearly rent in 1686 ?2nd husband of dau xxxx & his father Edmund: 1691 Composition Book, Onchan: Edmund Christian was tenant & had rent of farmland in 1643, and when he died it went to John Christian who was tenant of it in 1691, with lives in being: John Christian aged 63 (born about 1629, dead by 1704) and Thomas Christian aged 50 (born about 1641, dead by 1704) ?Onchan parish register: Edmond Christian buried 5 September 1656 1635: Edmund Christian of BallaKilmartin pledge for the inventoried goods of Isabel xxxx alias Skillicorn will 1635A #21 Onchan 1635: Edmund Christian of BallaKilmartin, yeoman, pledge for the inventoried goods of Philip Skillicorn will 1635A #20 Onchan Onchan parish register: John Christian buried 25 December 1703 Episcopal Will, born about 1629 ?2nd husband of dau xxxx & his father Edmund: 1703/4 Composition Book, Onchan: John Christian had one quarter called Kilvartin [Begoade treen] of 22s 8d double rent compounded for in the year 1643 by Edmund Christian ?2nd husband of dau xxxx &c: 1703/4 Composition Book, Onchan: Daniel Christian of Ballalugg for 8s, John Christian of Ballakilmartin for 6d and William Cowin of Ballalugg for 8s 6d double rent, all this for one quarter land called Ballalugg [in Alia Begoade treen] of which rents three was compounded for in the year 1643 by John Cowin, only 8s 6d, fine for the same was 15s; lives expired so now to pay for this 8s 6d rent 1708 Liber Vastarum, Onchan: John Christian had farmland of 22s 8d rent in Begoade treen (total rent 22s 8d), and he was dead, so his son was entered for it as heir, and to pay a fine of 10s 1708 Liber Vastarum, Onchan: John Christian had a parcel of intack of 4d yearly rent belonging to Begoade treen (total rent 4d), and he was dead, so his son was entered for it as heir, and the fine was included in the above farmland ?stepson of dau xxxx (married 1st Philip Fargher of Baldrine & 2nd John Christian of Ballakilmartin): ArW 1707A #28 Onchan will of John Christian of Ballakilmartin, died 22 November 1707: wife Catharine Cowin, son Thomas (not married), dau Mary, dau Margaret, dau Isabel, dau (youngest) Dorothy, son James (not on the Island), son John, Onchan parish register: John Xtian (Kilvartyn) buried 23 November 1707 ?wife of stepson of dau xxxx: ArW 1721A #02 Onchan will of Catharine Christian alias Cowin: husband [John Xtn] is not mentioned, son Thomas, dau Mary, dau Margaret (has a marriage contract), dau Isabel, dau Dorothy, dau in law Margaret Christian, grandchildren James & Isabel Christian, witnesses & pledges: William Gell & Captain John Oates senior Onchan parish register: Cath Christian als Cown buried 22 April 1721 NOTE, that the scribe for the Lonan wills at this time appears to be using the Manx custom when recording the woman, using only her maiden surname. See ArW 1673A #06 Lonan will of Jane Christian alias Moore alias Brew, where she is recorded as 'Jane Brew'
KK Lonan 1671/2 The last will and testament of Margarett Corrin who de= =parted this life March 18th 1671/2 First She bequeathed her soule to God & her body to Christian buriall Item She bequeathed to Jony Cluage 6d Item Wheras there was due to her from Ro: Kermot 20s, she bequeathed ye one halfe to her son in law and the other 10s to her grandaughter Bahey Ffargher Item She constituted and ordained her sd grandaughter Bahey her lawfull executrix of all ye rest of her goods moveable & immoveable and if she die before she come to lawfull yeares then all ye goods to reterne to her sone in law Phi: Ffargher The next of kinred one ye motherside sworne Supvisor vizt: Jony Kneckle pbatu et solvit 6d Testes Dan: Quarke } Xtopher Nelson} juratus; Danll: Quarke to be sworne ye next Court: The Inventory of ye sd Mar: Corrin praised by Phi: Moore, Xtopher Nelson, Phi: Brew & James Quill A petticote & wastecote and} £ s d and old barrell .........}.... 0 - 2 - 2 Halfe a chest .................. 0 - 3 - 0 2 sheep ........................ 0 - 2 - 4 Apll ye 23d 0 - 7 - 6 1672 at Duglasse: The goods in the custodie of ye father of ye execrx: & hath given pledges in forme of law Christopr Nellson & Tho: Cloage The next of kinn doth bonde herselfe to give ye said father all right yt may in any wise fall due to her by the death of the child; hee takeing at ye prsent the custody of ye said child & the goods belongeing to the child, & ys in the face of ye Court
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