Patrick Craine 1674

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 5 September 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1674A #42 Ballaugh will of Patrick Craine, died 20 February 1674/5: 
Summary:  wife is not mentioned,  son John Craine, son Thomas Craine, granddau ('niece') Joney Craine 
(married Daniel Boddaugh / Boyde, their dau Joney Boddaugh),  also: William Boddaugh / Boyde weaver, 
will of granddau: ArW 1691A #28 Ballaugh will of Joney Boddaugh alias Craine, buried 26 December 1691: husband [Daniel] 
Boddaugh is alive [died 1711, age 82, will in Episcopal books], dau Joney, son Daniel, dau Margaret, son Philip, dau in 
law Alice (als Kinnish, died 1725, EpW 1726E Ballaugh, husband predeceased her), dau in law Margaret Cottier (married 
Philip Boddaugh in 1689),  witnesses: William Corlett & William Boddaugh,  pledges: William Corlett & Thomas Corlett
grandson in law: Ballaugh parish register:  Donald Bodaugh aged 82  buried  24 May 1711 [born about 1629] EpisWill
greatgrandson:   Michael parish register: Margaret Cottier married Philip Boddaugh on 9 April 1689 in Michael parish
greatgranddau in law: Ballaugh parish register: Alice Bodaugh widow buried 23 Sep 1725 EpW 1726E of Alice Bodaugh als 
Ballaugh The last will & Testamt: of Patr: Craine who departed this life the twenty of february anno domi: 1674/5 First he commited his soul to God, and his body to Christian buriall; Item he left unto ye poor a firlet of barlie; It: to Dan: Boddaugh & his wife half a crop of corne, vizt his own part, being half. It: to Jony Craine his neece a barrell, a chest, a water pale, a pott & rackentree, with ye plow harrowes and all ye other small necessaries wch he then had & belonged to ye house, and shee & her husband a dress a chest yt was in ye house & to make much of ye executor when he came the way of ye house; It: he bequeathed unto his son John Craine his part of a parcell of Intack commonly called Elear ny gon= ing, and that Willm Boddaugh should have ye profitt of ye sd parcell of ground until ye sd John were taught by him to be a weaver, if the sd Willm Boddaugh would undertake it, It: to Dan: Boddaugh half a horse, & this halfe to be taken or chosen where he pleased out of 3 horses that were between him & ye said Executor of all the rest of his goods moveable & unmoveable It: he left to his son Thomas & Jony Boddaugh a heifer betwixt them whene--- he gave them possession in his life times He acknowledged to be indebted as followeth s d Testes { Thom: Corlett } Mark Christian ........... 4 - 0 { Willm Cry } jurati Nich: Cowley ............. 5 - 0 Willm Cry ................ 0 - 6 The execr: sworne in Court And further declared to pbatum et solvit xijd be due unto him from John Tear .............. 4 - 0 The Inventory of ye abovesd Patr: Craine given in by ye Sumner & 4 sworn men vizt: Tho: Boddaugh Tho: Corlett Wm Kneen & Wm Cry as followeth £ s d first a cow prized to .................. 01 - 00 - 00 It: a steer ............................ 00 - 10 - 00 It: half a colt ........................ 00 - 06 - 00 It: a cow & a chest .................... 00 - 06 - 00 sum totall ....... 2 - 02 - 00 pledges in forme of law Tho: Corlett & Willm Crye

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