Joney Teare alias Quayle 1674

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 3 September 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1674A #38 Ballaugh will of Joney Teare alias Quayle, died 10 March 1674/5:  
Summary:  husband [Daniel / Donold] Teare is dead (see ArW 1661A #029 Ballaugh), son Thomas, dau Joney, 
son William, grandson Thomas Teare, dau Ann Teare, also William Quayle, witnesses: Phinlo Quayle & 
John Teare, pledges: John Teare & John Stephen / Steane
husband: Ballaugh parish reg: Donold Teare  bur 16 Mar 1661/62
will of husband: ArW 1661A #29 Ballaugh will of Daniel/Donold Teare, died 16 March 1661/62: wife [Joney Quayle] 
is alive [her will 1674A #38 Ballaugh], son Thomas Teare, son William & son Daniel/Donold Teare both underage, 
dau Joney & dau Ann are executors, supervisors: John Quayle & Joney Teare, witnesses: Daniel/Donold Steane/Stephen 
& John Quayle, pledges: Daniel Clark & Daniel / Dollin Quayle

see mention of children: ArW 1682A #39 Jurby will of John Quayle, died 19 April 1683: wife [Isabel Craine] is 
pregnant [posthumous son Thomas, Isabel died 1686, Episcopal will], son William & dau Margaret & dau Joney Quayle, 
supervisors: William Craine & John Quayle, also supervisors are testator's next of kin: Joney Teare &  Ann Teare & 
Thomas Teare &  William Teare & John Quayle, & people related to the same degree that Thomas Teare is related to 
the testator, that is, testator's next of kin:  William Quayle &  Margaret Quayle &  Ellin Quayle &  William the 
son of John Quayle & Michael Quayle, also: John Cowley, Richard Corlett, Sir William Crowe, witnesses: Daniel/
Dollin Teare & Richard Teare, mother xxxx Teare alias Quayle alias xxxx OR xxxx Quayle alias Teare alias xxxx

Ballaugh The last will and testament of Jony Quayle whoe departed this life March ye 10th 1674/5 first She commited her soule to God and her body to Christian buriall Item She bequeathed to ye poor 6 shillings, halfe a fir= =lett of meal and more at he discrescon of ye exe= =cutor Item To her sonn Tho: her owne halfe of ye crop of corne after sowing wth an oxe and a horse & halfe a barrell wch was left to him by his father as she acknowledgeth, & the other half she leaves to her sd son Thomas Item To her daughter Jony 4s and an English car= cheff; and she ye decedent declared that the sd daughter Jony was paid all her fathers good & what was more promised to her in Contract Item To her sonn William Tear thirtie shillings and a sheet Item To her granson Tho: Tear two shillings Item To William Quayle six pence Lastly She constituted and ordained her daughter Ann Tear her lawfull executrix of all ye rest of her goods moveable and imoveable She ye decedend then Testes Ffinlo Quayle } decalred that her Jo: Tear ......} jurati daughter Ann was unsatisfied for her The execr sworne in Court fathers goods pbatum et solvit xijd [next page] The Inventory of ye within Jon: Quayle taken and given in by ye Sumnr and 4 sworne men vid: Ffinlo Quayle, Tho: Stean, Pat: Cry & Dan: Steane as followeth A cow and a coult ..................... 01 - 00 - 00 2 steers .............................. 01 - 02 - 00 A firlett of barlie ................... 00 - 07 - 00 all her houshould stuffe } wth blanketts and sheets }............. 02 - 01 - 00 summ totall 04 - 10 - 00 pledges in forme of law Joh: Teere & Joh: Steane Octor: ye 4th 77 Willm Tear came this day to the records and received from the above Jo: Tear & Jo: Stean the thirty shill: & the sheet left him by his moth: and discharged ye pledges Ita test: Jo: Xtian

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