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Catherine 
Barrell
+ 1807


Catherine 
Barrell
, dau. and coheir. Related to: WILL OF ROBERT BARRELL 1582-1650 WILL OF ROBERT BARRELL Clerk 22-5-1650 In the name of God Amen. I Robert Barrell late of Maidstone in the County of Kent and now of the Parish of St. James Clerkenwell in the County of Middlesex, being in bodily health and of perfect memory Gods Holy name be therefore glorified, do the day and month about written make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, renouncing all other wills and testaments by me formerly made whatsoever. First I will and bequeath my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my redeemer and saviour believing to obtain remission of my sins and eternal life and salvation of His forgiveness and mercy through the most of my most dear and only saviour Christ Jesus and by no other whatsoever. And my body to be Christianly and decently buried in the Parish Church or of that Parish where I shall happen to die at the discretion of my executor hereafter mentioned that my flesh may there rest in hope of a glorious resurrection by the and gracious of the glorious resurrection of Christ Jesus my most blessed and only saviour. And for all my goods and chattels I give and bequeath them in manner and form following. IMPRISIO. I give and bequeath to the poor of the favour of the Parish of Bridgewater in the County of Somerset where I was born and baptised the sum of forty shillings to be paid by my executor to the church warden and of the poor of that town and parish within three months of my decease and by them to be distributed to such of the poor of that parish that stand in most need thereof. ITEM; I give and bequeath to the poor of that parish where I shall happen to die and be buried the sum of forty shillings to be paid by my executor with the of the church wardens and of the poor of that parish either on the day of my burial or within one week after. ITEM; I give and bequeath to my daughter MARGERY BARRELL forty shillings and to my daughter DOROTHY BARRELL forty shillings more which I for their use as the given them by the last will and testament of their late grandmother Mrs. MARGERY HARKSHAWE deceased. ITEM; I give and bequeath to of my children which shall be living at the time of my death severally and respectively those silver spoons which were formerly bestowed on them by their several godfathers and godmothers or many silver spoons of the value in lieu of them, if the property of any of them be changed or altered before my decease. And I give and bequeath to my youngest daughter MARY BARRELL all those silver spoons which were formerly given to my daughter MARY BARRELL THE ELDER, now deceased, by her godfather and godmother or so many other of the like value in lieu of them if the property of them be altered before my decease. ITEM I give and bequeath to my son FRANCIS BARRELL the of all my books to be used or sold by him at his discretion for the furnishing of himself with other books most proper for his study and profession of the law, but in the division of these which I define should be or by of and in the same value and good of books. I would not have the work of any our father or other author to be or mangled?? But the whole work of several authors to be appointed and apportioned to my son FRANCIS for written and likewise to my three daughters for their with the rest of my goods to be bequeathed unto them at the discretion of my executor and those several and individual men that helped to divide them. All other my goods and chattels formerly unbequeathed, my debts legato and funeral charges being first discharged. I give and bequeath to my three daughters, MARGERY, DOROTHY AND MARY BARRELL to be equally divided amongst them by my son FRANCIS BARRELL whom I do hereby make and constitute my full and whole executor of this my last will and testament whom in the name of a father I fairly and faithfully to operate and perform this my last will and testament in for the intent and of me the testator expressing or in this my last will and testament. And for his faithful performance of the same I give and bequeath unto him my gold ring engraven with my seal and anster to have for his own also as a token of my fatherly love unto him and his shall remembrance of me. And I do appoint my Mr. John Pope of Maidstone and for the same and do give him twenty shillings. In witness whereof I have hereto put my hand and seal, the day and year above written. ROBERT BARRELLis the last will and testament of me the said ROBERT BARRELL made and declared the day and date of the date hereof. As the disposal of all my lands and tenements and hereditaments whatsoever. IMPRINIO. I will and bequeath unto my daughter MARY BARRELL the full sum of fifty pounds of lawful money of England to be paid unto her out of the rents of my mesuage and lands with the appertenances situate and in the several parishes of and Langley in the County of Kent. And my will and mind is that FRANCIS BARRELL my son shall receive the whole rent of the lands, messuage and for the payment thereof until the said sum of fifty pounds shall be raised out of the same, and after he hath received the said sum of fifty pounds for her use as aforesaid and paid the same unto her, then my will and mind further is that he shall receive the rents of the lands, messuage and with the appertainances until he shall full fifty pounds more of lawful money of England for his own use which I do by this my last will give and bequeath unto him. And when he has raised the full sum of fifty pounds for the use of his said sister MARY and the other fifty pounds for his own use then I do will and bequeath the of the said messuage, lands and with their appurtenances unto my son JOHN BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain unto my son GEORGE BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to my son FRANCIS BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the heirs of the body of me, the said ROBERT BARRELL, the testator. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain for my right heirs forever. ITEM;I will draft messuage and called BALTHELANE?? With out two little of meadows and our poor well? Of land called POWNYFOILES?? With the appertainances belonging in all by estimation on list and now or late in the tenure and occupation of Jainto Martyn and John Moutland or their assignee unto my son FRANCIS BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs them to be and remain to my son GEORGE BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to my daughter MARY BARRELL and to the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the right heirs of me the said ROBERT BARRELL the testator, for ever.ITEM; I will and draft messuage called BROWNDO?? Alias NOTHRO?? And the MAULTHCROFT and also outhouses and unto the lands, meadows and pastures and thereto belonging with the appertenances lying and being in the several parishes of Egerton, Perington? And and also called KNORKLE?? HILL and an belonging in the parish of Egerton. All which and now on in the tenure or occupation of Mathew Fryday? Or his assignee who my son FRANCIS BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to my son GEORGE BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to my son JOHN BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the heirs of me the said ROBERT BARRELL the testator and for default of such heirs, then to be and remain to my right heirs forever. ITEM; I will and devise all that my messuage barns and outhouse thereto belonging and that area of land more or less therewith used and occupied lying and being in the parish of in the County of Kent and now or late in the tenure and occupation of John Morgan of Good Henston? His assignee unto my son GEORGE BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to my son FRANCIS BARRELL and to the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to my son JOHN BARRELL and the heirs of his body lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the heirs of the body of me the said ROBERT BARRELL the testator. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the right heirs of me the said ROBERT BARRELL for ever. ITEM; I will and devise all that my messuage and tenement with the appertainances and the lands thereto belonging, lying and being in the parishes of Turdly? And and Pembury? In the County of Kent and now in the tenure and occupation of Thomas Bennett and Robert Kipping or their assignees together with the least of two thereto belonging to my eldest daughter MARGERY BARRELL and the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten, but if my said daughter happen to die before marriage then my will and mind is that my other two daughters DOROTHY and MARY BARRELL shall or the survivor of them unto my said daughter MARGERY. To have and to hold the said messuage and lands with their appertainances and the said least of unto them or either of them surviving and to the heirs of and either of their bodies lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the right heirs of me, the said ROBERT BARRELL the testator for ever. ITEM; I will and devise unto my daughter DOROTHY BARRELL and the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten my two messuages with the outhouses and garden and other appertainances situated and being in the town and parish of Maidstone in the County of Kent retained called Mockstreet? Out of which messuage and garden is now or late in the occupation of Lambert Godfry Esq. Or his assignee. And the other messuage and garden is now or late in the occupation of Mary Bennett widow or her assignee with said messuage and garden. I give to my said daughter DOROTHY for her maintenance and in marriage. But if she happen to die before marriage then my will and mind is that my other two daughters MARGERY and MARY BARRELL shall be or the survivor of them sole heir to my said daughter DOROTHY. To have and to hold the said messuage and garden with their appertainances unto them or either of them surviving and to the heirs of them or either of their bodies lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the right heirs of me the said ROBERT BARRELL, the testator for ever. And my will and mind is that my said daughter DOROTHY and the heirs of her body or any other of my said daughters or sons to whom the said messuage and garden are as aforesaid and the heirs and assignee shall seasonally and respectively have hold and enjoy together with that house and garden now in the occupation of the said Lambert Godfry esq. All the in both the or any of the and the in the garden and the and iron? In the brewhouse and in and thereunto in belonging aforesaid to the brewhouse with masons work and the shelves? And in any room of the said house or any other things which may have been heretofore with the same house and appertainances thereunto, whole, unremoved and appraised in my inventory as any or possible parcel of my moveable goods before bequeathed. ITEM; I will and devise all that my messuage and tenement with the outhouses and lands therewith used and occupied with their appertainances lying and being in the several parishes of Boughton Malhebe and Hedron? On the of southenden? Converging, by estimation twenty and now or late in the tenure and occupation of Robert Bunford or his assignee unto my youngest daughter MARY BARRELL and the heirs of her body lawfully to be begotten for her maintenance (after my decease) and in marriage. But if she happen to die before marriage then my will and mind is that my other two daughters MARGERY and DOROTHY shall or the survivors of them of to my said daughter MARY to have and to hold the said messuage and outhouse and lands with the appertainances unto them or either of them surviving and to the heirs of their or either of their bodies, lawfully to be begotten. And for default of such heirs then to be and remain to the right heirs of me, the said ROBERT BARRELL, the testator for ever. And I do nominate and appoint my son FRANCIS BARRELL my executor the and of the messuage and lands before bequeathed to my said daughter MARY till she accomplish her age of twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen and to pay the money from time to time to be employed for her use and her yearly maintenance and education. And I likewise nominate and appoint my said son FRANCIS BARRELL forever the rents and profits of my son GEORGE his lands for his use from to till he accomplish the full age of 24 years. And then to be fully accountable to my said son GEORGE for the rents and profits of the lands to him bequeathed and to pay him the full money till that time without paying any loss or interest for the same to make him a to set up his trade withal. And when all shall lands, tenements and hereditaments before freely given and bequeathed to all my children and so entailed to them as aforesaid have been freely given to me by God's good blessing on my poor labour and endeavour and over all acquired by my own.Now therefore in consideration of the promises and that of and his own portion in without any strife and contention to this my last will and testament. And in consideration of my fatherly love and in conferring the said several on them and the heirs of their bodies severally and respectively. And in regard of my fatherly and of them several duration. I do then in this my last will and testament pray and you and (as much as in) require and charge them and all of them (especially any son) as they expect a blessing from GOD not to alter or disannul this my last will and testament by of the entailed in any of them but in case any of them be so to do removing his or her part to him or her willed for his or her preferment in marriage or otherwise that then and in such raise the remainder entailed of all the other parts be so ordered and as may best stand with the true intent and of this my last will and testament. And I hope God will give them and any of them his grace to show their love, duty and in respect of my memory after my decease in performing all the points to the utmost of their power the true intent and of me their aged father from good and in this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal dated 22nd of February in the year of our lord God 1648. ROBERT BARRELL sealed and published on 23rd. February 1648 by the written named ROBERT BARRELL to be his last will and testament being written in four sheets of paper with his name written to out and his seal to a put through them all in the presence of Tho. Bruce, Edw. Huming, John Pope, Chas. Hawkins WILL OF FRANCIS BARRELL 1627-1680 WILL OF FRANCIS BARRELL, SERJEANT AT LAW 1680 In the name of God Amen. I Francis Barrell, Serjeant at Law, do make this my last will and testament this sixteenth day of September in the year One Thousand Six Hundred Seventy Eight. First and principally I commend my immortal soul to the mercy and goodness of Almighty God eternal maker and .The interment of my corrupt body for direction of my executrix without any care concerning the same. Then it be done with all convenient privacy and for that estate whereby God's blessing I enjoy (which is far exceeds what at the hand of God. Yet by reason of sickness and trouble I have undergone in the world, will the opinion or pains I have taken) I give and bequeath the same to and amoung my dear wife and children in such manner as is hereinafter mentioned. In I give and bequeath to my executrix afore named in trust for my two daughters ELIZABETH and KATHERINE my of Charing and Egerton which I hold of the Saint and Chapter of St Pauls, London and I do appoint that the same may be sold if will that the money thereof coming be equally divided between my said daughters. But if the same be kept unsold then I will that my executrix the profit thereof in trust for the the same from time to time payment of the rent to the said Dean and Chapter and to this of Egerton and out of the residue of the said profits to allow pounds to my daughter KATHERINES maintenance until she shall attain her age of eighteen years. And to allow for my daughter ELIZABETH pounds a year for her maintenance until her sister KATHERINE attains the age of eighteen years or the said ELIZABETH be married, which shall first happen. And I will that until she marries the of the profit of the said be kept by my executrix increasing the portion of my said daughter ELIZABETH until her said sister attains her said age of eighteen years. But if she marry before said daughter KATHERINE attain her age of eighteen years then she have the residue of the profit(over and besides the payments and aforesaid) until her sister shall attain her age of eoghteen years. And after ny said daughter KATHERINE shall attain her age of eighteen years my said daughters shall have the whole interest and benefit of the said lease equally to be divided between them. ITEM I gift to my daughter ELIZABETH as a further increase of her portion the sum of two hundred and fifty pounds to be paid her upon her day of marriage (If she marry with the good of my executrix if she be living,) to be raised out of my personal estate. And to my daughter KATHERINE the sum of two hundred pounds to be payed her upon her day of marriage (if she marry with her mothers consent if she be living) to be raised out of my personal estate and by the first and sale of the woods now growing upon my wood called Park-Wood part of my farm and Manor of Ashnonfield when the same shall be next fellable (Robt. I hereby trust and devise to that purpose) And the profit of the said monies until the marriage of my said daughters respectively shall go to the maintenance and education of my youngest children as my wife shall think fit, without. But if my said wife die before the marriage of my said daughter or either of them then I will the said monies be paid to my said daughters respectively within six months of her decease. And if either of my said daughters die unmarried then I will her portion so dying to be equally divided between all of my young children, sons and daughters. ITEM;I give and bequeath to my dear wife( whose love for me I can never enough acknowledge and am unable to requite) all her jewels by her usually worn with all such her gold and old gold by her usually kept as her own. ITEM; I give to my eldest son that shall first be resident in any of the Inns of Court and apply himself to the study of the law, all my law books. Whereof I have only one of a and one only for of my law books whereof I have two of a sort and as many of my other books as are pounds at a reasonable appraisal to be chosen by himself with the assistance of some person of judgement therein. ITEM; I give or rather forgive my brother GEORGE BARRELL fifty pounds of the principle monies owes me upon bond and all the interest due for to the time of my death, hoping that God shall enable him he will pay the residue which I hereby give to my daughter ELIZABETH as a further increase in her portion. And I further give clothes for mourning for me.ITEM I desire my executrix to give and dispose amoung such poor of the City of Rochester as she knows to be in want, she of fifty pounds. And to the poor of the town of Maidstone (where I was born) forty shillings and to the town of Bridgwater in Somersetshire (where my father was born) the like sum of forty shillings as his gift. ITEM; I give to each of my servants that shall be living with me (beside my clothe and)shillings apiece besides their wages. And to my Clerk and shillings apiece and stuff or clothes for mourning. And I do hereby male and appoint my dear and loving wife executrix of this my last will and testament. To whom (after my debts, legacies and funeral expenses are paid)I devise all the residue of my goods and personal estate. And if she die, I make my son FRANCIS my executor after decease (so my lands of inheritance I devise the same to my sons hereinafter named (with such estate for life for my dear wife afore mentioned) that as sufficient provision for them (especially my youngest) but towards their support and education in honest callings to be further augmented by God's blessing and their own industry. And first I give and bqueath to my eldest son FRANCIS all that my or farm called Ashmansfield alias Ashintsfield alias Ashenfield with all the lands, tenements, woodlands and hereditaments and appertinences there unto belonging in the parishes of Wye, Walsham Crindall and Fraskinglaugh or any of them or elsewhere in the County of Kent. To hold to him and the males of his body. And for want of such if to my son ROBERT and the males of his body. And if want of just issue my son HENRY and the males of his body. And for want of such issue to my son EDMUND and the males of his body. And for want of such issue to my. ITEM; I give and bequeath to my dear wife (as an addition to five and in lieu of her or parcels of land in the parishes of Egerton, Pluckley and Penington or one of them which I purchased of John and Richard Burling or one of them and now in the occupation of John Bonnard and all these pieces or parcels of land which I lately purchased of John and Rich. Tilts or one of them in the parish of Egerton and intended to be let with Stonehouse Hill Farm to hold during the term of her natural life. And I give and devise as well the said lands on both my farms and lands called Stonehouse Hill and Crownts alias Browns alias Rootho with all the lands thereto belonging or therewith used and enloyed with my hop garden in Egerton with as now it is. From and after the decease of my wife to whom the same are in to my said son FRANCIS and the males of his body lawfully begotten. And for want of such issue to my son ROBERT and the males of his body lawfully begotten and for want of such issue to my son HENRY and the males of his body lawfully begotten and for want of such issue to my son EDWARD and the males of his body lawfully begotten and for the want of such issue to my right. ITEM;I gift and bequeath to my dear wife as further addition to her and recompence of her) All messuage and farm in Friendsbury, Stroud or one of them called Brompton with all the lands thereto belonging or other in the occupation of Topley and Gardener or one of them and late in the occupation of Edmund Coseno and all those lands I hold by lease from the Dean and Chapter of Rochester (Purchased of Mr.Christopher Henman part in the occupation of the said Topley and Gardner or one of them and other part thereof in the occupation of the widow Middleton lying next into Brompton and adjoining to the lane leading from Friendsbury towards Cliffe now parcel of the widow Middleton but lye convenient to with Compton farm hereinafter when there shall be opportunity to hold to my said wife during her natural life(keeping the said lease renewed and the houses and buildings well repaired) And after her decease to my son FRANCIS and the males of his body and for want of such issue to my son ROBERT and the males of his body. And for want of such issue to my son HENRY and the males of his body. And for want of sich issue to my son EDMUND and the males of his body. And for want of such issue to my right. ITEM; I give and bequeath to my son Robert and his heirs all that my messuage, Farms and lands called Merzinns in the parishes of Leeds and Langley in the County of Kent in the occupation of John Everden or his assignee. ITEM; I give to my son HENRY and his my messuage, Manor or reputed Manor of Goddington all the lands belonging or used or enjoyed (except the aforesaid) in the occupation of the widow Middleton being all or most part thereof belonging to Woofon and not Cavell. ITEM I give and bequeath to my son EDMUND and his heirs those my messuages or cottages and all my lands and woods being in the parishes of St. Margaret next Rochester and Chatham at Brownsell and Little in the occupation of Ward, John Woodon, Paulm or some of them. And I do hereby give unto my said wife proper authority at any time during her life and during the minority of my said sons HENRY and EDMUND respectively to sell the said messuage, land and premises to them my said two youngest sons or either of them respectively devised or any part thereof if she shall think it best for their advantage and benefit. And I do hereby devise to my said wife till my youngest son shall attain the respective age of one and twenty years the lands and profits of the several premises to them respectively devised for and forward better maintenance and education. ITEM I give and bequeath to my son HENRY one annuity or yearly rent charge of twenty marks for and during the term of his life out of all my lands and inheritance in Egerton, Penington, Pluckly and Little Chard aforesaid which by levying I have power to charge to be payable half yearly at Michaelmas and Our Lady Day and to commence from and after the decease of my said wife, with power to for the same. And I devise to my said son EDMUND the like annuity or rent charge of twenty six marks to be issued out of the same lands and to come out after the decease of my said wife with like power of. In respect of I have hereunto set my hand and seal the sixteenth day o September in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred seventy eight. Fr.Barrell. Published and declared in the presence of us whose names are hereunto subscribed in the presence of Francis Barrell Eliz. Head, Sam Woodcout,John

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Died: Sep 1807Buried: Watlass, , , England 28th Sep 1807
Family:
Barrell

Ancestors
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1.
Catherine 
Barrell
(
Dodsworth
) + 1807
2.
Francis 
Barrell
(
Hanbury
) + post 1739
3.
Frances 
Hanbury
(
Barrell
) ante 1721 - post 1739

Siblings


1.
Ann 
Barrell
(
Dodsworth
)
2.
Frances 
Barrell
* 1739

Spouses



1. Doddington, Kent, , England 11th Aug 1772
Rev. Frederick 
Dodsworth
(
Pulleine
,
Barrell
,
Mosley
) 1738 - 1821

Descendants
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a.
Rev. Frederick 
Dodsworth
(
Pulleine
,
Barrell
,
Mosley
) 1738 - 1821
1.
Catherine 
Dodsworth
* 1773
2.
Frances 
Dodsworth
1776 - 1781
3.
John Barrell 
Dodsworth
* 1777
Sources

Timeline


???Born
11th Aug 1772Married
Rev. Frederick 
Dodsworth
(
Pulleine
,
Barrell
,
Mosley
) 1738 - 1821 Doddington, Kent, England
Sep 1807Died
28th Sep 1807Buried Watlass, England
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