|Submitted by:||Joyce M Oates|
|Date:||3 September 2017|
Archdeacon Will 1674A #24 Arbory will of Joney Croghan, died 25 November 1674: Summary: not married, half-brother Richard Caine, half-brother John Caine, sister [half sister] Ann Croghan, sister Margaret Croghan (executrix, married to Robert Steane/Stephen), witnesses: William Kneale & Thomas Cannell, pledges: Edward Clague & Thomas Cannell will of mother: ArW 1663 #013 Michael will of Joney Croghan alias Caine alias Fargher, died 26 April 1664: 1st husband xxxx [William?] Caine [his will ArW 1643A #57 Michael], 2nd husband Gilbert Croghan [died 1673, ArW 1672A #32 Michael], son John Caine & son Richard Caine; dau Margret Croghan (who is off the Island at probate [she later married Robert Steane/Stephen]) & dau Joney Croghan (who is sick at probate [her will ArW 1674A #24 Arbory]) are exec, also: Philip Moore in Duglas, John Christian, Margret Savage, Sandy [Alexander] Young; Joney Curghey will of father: ArW 1672A #32 Michael will of Gilbert Croghan, died 26 March 1673: 1st wife xxxx [died before 1645], 2nd wife [Joney Croghan alias Caine alias Fargher] is not mentioned [ died 1664, see ArW 1663A #013 Michael], dau Margaret [married Robert Steane/Stephen] & dau Ann Croghan (by 1st wife), dau Joney Croghan executor [her will ArW 1674A #24 Arbory] Self & father & sister etc: 1675 Liber Vastarum, Michael: Gilbert Croghan had two parcels of intack of 1d yearly rent & 1/2d yearly rent, & he had been long dead [ArW 1672A #32 Michael] with the rent falling by his will to his daughter Joney Croghan, and she was dead [ArW 1674A #24 Arbory] so that her sister Margaret Croghan inherited it by executorship, and Margaret & her now husband Robert Steane/Stephen sold the parcels of intack to John Caine [half brother of Margaret], who was entered for them in 1675. Self & father & sister etc: 1675 Liber Vastarum, Michael: Gilbert Croghan had a cottage of 6d yearly rent, & he had been long dead [ArW 1672A #32 Michael] with the rent falling by his will to his daughter Joney Croghan, and she was dead [ArW 1674A #24 Arbory] so that her sister Margaret Croghan inherited it by executorship, and Margaret & her now husband Robert Steane/Stephen sold the parcels of intack to John Caine [half brother of Margaret], who was entered for them in 1675.
KK Arbory Novembr: 28 - 1674 The last will & testamt: of Jony Croaghan who departed this life the 25th of November ano pdicto, being sick in body, but of pfect memory praised be God: Impr: committed her soule to God, & her body to X?ian burriall; It: She left 6d to her brother Richd: Cain Leggacy; It: She left to her bro: John Cain 6d legacy; It: She left to her sister Ann Croaghan 6d Legacy; It: She constituted & ordaind her sister Margt Croaghan execu: of all the rest of her goods moveable & immiveable Testes Wm Kneale his mark X The execux: sworne in forme of law Tho: Cannell his mark X jurati pbatum et solvit The Inventory of ye goods of Jony Croaghan late deceased taken by 4 sworn men viz: Wm X?ian, Mark X?ian, Adam Birog & Wm Cain prized as ffolloweth Imprs: one small Table..... 00s - 08d It: one old chest with some barrell staves:} s d It: one woollen wheel ..... 00 - 08d and other small vessells ..............}.... 01 - 08 It: one flaxen wheel ...... 02s - 04d It: the house & garden .................... 1£ - 16s - 00d It: one blanquet on canvas} and 2 pound of fethers} 00 - 05d It: one sute of cloaths twoo wescoats and twoo coats .............................. 00 - 4 - 9 pledges in forme of law: Edwd Cloage & Tho: Cannell
Last Modified 3 September 2017