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BAGSHAW

(aka - Bagshawe, Bagshall )


Joane Bagshawe, widdowe of Flagg, 1627/28

Will dated 23/6/1627 mentions:

Probate granted 18/2/1627[/28] to William Webster and John Webster

Robert Bagshawe, yeoman of Grindlow, 1661/64

Will dated 28/8/1661 mentions:

Memorandum/Codicil dated 13/2/1663[/64] mentions: Inventory taken 27/2/1663[/64] by Robert Townend, Anthony Wood, Edward Bagshaw & Thomas Bagshawe mentions a cow "given by the deceased to Anne his grandchild".
Probate granted 16/3/1663[/64]

Thomas Bagshawe, butcher of Great Hucklow, 1666/67

Will dated 29/12/1666 mentions:

George Bagshaw of Abney, 1677

An nuncupative will made & spoken by George
Bagshaw late of Abney in the parish of Hope & County
of Derby deceased as it was delivered in words the
Fifteenth day of March last past Anno dom 1676
before Robert Shepley & others as Followeth being
in good & perfect memory two dayes before his death.
 
The said George Bagshaw did declare that he left his
wife his Full Estate dureing her natural life if she
kept herself unmarried. And if she married then to
have only one third part of his goods & estate & the
other two parts amongst his Children (viz) his sonne
Roger Bagshaw to have the Farm And the Rest of
the two parts of his estate to be equeally divided amongst
Thomas Bagshaw, James Bagshaw, John Bagshaw,
Anne Bagshaw & the said Roger Bagshaw all Children
of the said George Bagshaw deeased.
      Witnesse hereunto     Robert hisRmark Shepley

 
Admininstration granted to Hanna Bagshaw. Mentions tuition & education of Roger, Anna, Thomas, Jacobi & John Bagshaw, as being the responsibility of Hanna Bagshaw of Abney, widow, & Thomas Stevenson of Hope, husbandman.
Obligation to Hannah Bagshaw, widow & relict of George Bagshaw late of Abney deceased. Also to Thomas Stevenson of Hope, husbandman. Mentions tuition & education of Roger, Anne, Thomas, James and John Bagshaw, his natural & lawful children.

Rodger Bagshall, husbandman of Haslebadge in the parish of Hope, 1679

In the name of God Amen I Rodger Bagshall of Haslebadge in the parish of Hope in
the County of Derby husbandman being sick in Body but of sound & perfect minde & memory praised
be to Almighty God for the same I do here make and ordaine this my present Last Will & Testament in
manner & forme following that is to say First & principally I do Comend my xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Soule into the hands of Almighty God Hopeing through the merits death & Passion of my Saviour Jesus
Christ to have full & free pardon & forgiveness of all my sins & to Inherit Everlasting life & my body
I Commit to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my executor hereafter named & as
touching the disposistion of all such Temporall estates as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow
upon me in peace among my Children I give & dispose thereof as followeth first I will that all
my debts & funerall Charges be paid & discharged Also I give & bequeath unto George Bagshaw ^my grand child
fower pounds to be paide to him within one whole yeare next after my decease Also I give
and bequeath unto William Bagshaw my Grandchild one pound to be paid to him within
one whole yeare next after my decease Also I give & bequeath to Rodger Bagshall my Grandchild
fower pounds to be paide to him within one whole yeare next after my decease Also I give to
Rodger Bagshall my best little Coate & my best breeches Also I give & bequeath unto Thomas
Bagshaw James Bagshaw John Bagshall & Ann Bagshall ^my Grandchildren every one of them five pounds
to be paide within one whole yeare next after my decease Also I give & bequeath unto Thomas
Barker ^son of Robert one pound to be paide within one whole year next after my decease Also I give and
bequeath unto The other six of Robert Barker children three pounds & to be equally devided
amongst them & to be paide within one whole yeare next after my decease Also I give and
bequeath unto Francis Barker children one pound to be equally devided amongst them and to
be paide within one whole yeare next after my decease Also I give & bequeath to George Fox
and Mary Fox ether of them [twenty] shillings to be paid when the shall come to the age of
one & twenty years & if it shall happen that ether of them dye before come to age then it should
go to the other then living & if the both dy then it go to my executor Also I give to Robert
Barker Francis Barker Elizabeth Barker wife to Francis Ann Bagshall and Alice Wilde every
one of them one shilling Also I give to Lawrence Fox & Katherine Fenick ether sixpence Also
I give to Ann Chadwick Five shilling And all the rest of my personal Estate Goods Chattels
quick & dead moveable or unmoveable or of what kind so ever the same be within the Relms of
England I give and bequeath unto my loveing son Francis Bagshall and make him my sole
executor of this my last will and Testament I do hereby revoake disanull & make void all
wils & testaents by me heretofore made in witness whereof I the said Rodger Bagshaw
to this my last will & Testament have set my hand & seale the first day of August
In the one & Thirteeth yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the second
by the grace of God of England Scotland France & Ireland King Defender of the feath
Anno Domini 1679
Sealed Subscribed and
published in the presents of                             Rodger + Bagshall
        Robert Rodgers
        Thomas Brownell
 
Inventory taken 4/9/1679 by Adam Grout, [Ollyver] Rodgers & Thomas Brownell
Probate granted 12/11/1679 to Francis Bagshall

Roger Bagshawe, husbandman of Abney, 1687

No will
Inventory taken 4/11/1687 by Marke [Trickett], John Heald, John Bagshaw & Thomas Midleton mentions debts owing from John Ashmore, William Barber, Machaell Morton, Nicholas Hall de Pindale end, Richard Needham de Perry, Thomas Botams son of John Botams de Thornhill & George Robinson.
 
Know all men by these presents that whereas
Roger Bagshaw ^ late of Abney in the County
of Derby husbandman dec'd died intestate
not makeing any will I Margaret Bagshaw
of Abney aforesd widdow and relict of the
sd dec'd to whom the Admin of the said
dec'ds Estate by Law belongs, for divers
goods causes and consideracons and the said
Margaret especially moveing do renounce &
utterly disclaime all my right title & interest
unto the goods rights & credits of the said
Roger Bagshaw my late husband dec'd
together with the [Burthen] of takeing [Admon]
upon me desire that the sd Admin my
be granted solely & wholey unto George
Bagshaw kinsman to the dec'd In
Witness whereof I have herento put
my hand and Seal this 11th day of
November 1687.
Sealed & delivered
in presence of
R. Buckeridge                   Signum
Noty publique               Margaret Bagshaw
 
Admin granted 11/11/1687 to George Bagshawe of Hazelbadge, husbandman & John Turner of Bradwell, ironmonger.

Thomas Bagshaw, husbandman of Abney Grange, 1692/93

Will dated 18/7/1692 mentions:

Inventory taken 12/11/1692 by John Bagshaw, Richard Bocking & Edmund Hall
Probate granted 28/3/1693 to Peter Bagshaw



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