|Birth||Bef 1610||Lincolnshire, England|
|Baptism||1 Jan 1610||Knedlington, Howden, East Yorkshire, England|
|Death Note||Estate of Robert Haseltine of Bradford|
Essex Probate Docket # 12686
I Robburt Haseltine of Bradford, In ye County of Esex In New England being= by ye Grace of God In som Competent Mesure of vnderstanding and Daily waighting ffor my Chaing Do make this as my Last will and Testament and do hearby apoint my welbeloued wife Anna Haseltine and my Son Dauid Haseltine; Executrix and Executor Joyntly of this my will;
ffirst I Commit what I am and haue Into ye hands of my most Louing and gracious god and father In and thorough Christ Jesus my soul Imediatly upon my Death to bee Reciued Into those heauenly mancions which my blessed sauior hath prepred for me and by body I Desire may be Interred In a Comly Maner In hope that my savior will In his time Raise it up Into Glory---for my temporall Estate wch god hath giuen mee I Dispose of it as ffoloweth--
first all my Debts to be paied and then I Giue and Bequaeth to my beloued wife Anna Haseltine During hir naturall Life my house and all househould utensils and barne and Orchard and pasturs yt now be fenced in and ye broken up land which Lieth within my feild on ye East side of ye heighway yt goeth Downe from my house to ye River and long hill meadow and all my stock and all utencils for husbandry and all Corne and provision and all Debts yt be Due from any to me: only shee yt is my beloued wife Anna Haseltine to pay all my debts: and to Give to my grandchild Anna Kimbell Daughter to Caleb Kimbell ten pounds at ye Day of hir marige: and further I do giue to my beloued wife Anna Haseltine thirty pounds of ye above mentioned Estate to Dispose as shee shal see Good to my Children, ye Rest at her Deseace to be Equally Divided Amongst my Children;
Further I do giue unto mr Zachriah simmes now minister In this Towne of Bradford ten accors of upland yt he now Liveth upon if he Continew In ye works of ye ministry here in this place ten years whereof five or more is alredy gon but if he shd not Continew so Longe then I do will and bequeath it yt is ye aboue mentioned ten accars of Land to ye Towne to be kept for ye use of ye ministry;
and farther I do give vnto ye Town one accar of Land Leying nere vnto ye meting house: further I do giue to my sonn David Haseltine twenty-fiue accors of Land wth a house upone it and seauenty fiue accars more Joyning to ye south End of mr simmes Land or Land now Impoued by mr simmes and six accars more being on ye west side and towards ye upper End of his seuenty five accors and ten accors of meadow being In a meadow Caled ye far meadow and being at ye Est End of my meadow theare and so Runing upwords on booth sids of the brooke on ye south side: and what is wanting there of ten accars to be made up in a parcill of meadow being on ye south side of ye brooke a Littel Distant from it;
farther I do giue to my sonn Abraham Haseltine Eyghty accars of Land: with an allowance for a heighway:
for my son David to his seuenty fiue accars: this Land joyning on ye west side my sonn David and alredy Laid out and bounded: andEyght accors of meadow at my meadow Caled ye far meadow one ye north sid of ye brooke and what is wanting there to be made up in a parcill of meadow Liing on ye south side of ye brooke a Litel Distant from yt brooke: and further
I do giue my Sonns Robbart Haseltine and Gershom Haseltine a parcill of Lande not yeat Laied out to them one piece Joyning upon ye head of my sonne Abrahams Land the other piece Joyning to my homesteid one the south side of ye heighway both peices Containing about one hundread accars with ye Remainder of my meadow at ye far meadow this to be Eaqualy Divided betwene them both when thay come at Age and what thay want to make each of them Eaquall with my sonn abraham it is to be made up with Land on ye wst side of ye heighway yt goeth through my feild from my house to ye River and if there be not
Enough then to be made up at my wius Descase; before ye Rest be Divided amongst my Chdren; my beloued wife to haue ye Improument of al ad any part of thire Land and meadow During thaire minority:
Ad farther I do giue my Daughter Anna ad my Daughter Dillivene a parcill of upland of about one hundread accares Runing a Cross Dead hill with a peice of meadow called Dead hill meadow the Land & meadow to be Equaly Divided betwene them only my Daughter Anna to haue ten pounds in it more then my Dauther Dilliuerence:
ad father I do giue to my Daughter Marcy a parcill of Land of thirty fiue accars being westerly from the homesteed which is already Laied out and bounded.
In witnes that this is my will and Testament I haue set to my hand ad seale this twenty fift of Otobar on thousand six hundred seuenty three.
Witness: Shu Walker
Proved in Ipswich court Sept. 29, 1674 by Mr. Shuball Walker and David Haseltine.
Inventory of the estate of Robart Haseltine of Bradord, deceased August 27, 1674, taken September 19, 1674 by William White and Shuball Walker: wearing apparill, 3£. 11s; beading and beads, 10 £, 10s.; 2 bedsteads, 14 s.; Tabels, cupbord, box, chairs, chest, forme, tubs and barills, 2 £ 10s.; pewter, brase and Iron ware, 5 £; househould Implements, 10s.; table lining and Cushins, 1£.8s.; horse furniture 15s.; Impelments for husbandry, 1£. 10s.; Corne 12£.; Neate Cattel, 29;i.; horses, 12£.; sheepe, 3 £.10s.; wine, 10 £; shepe woole, hemp, flax and hopes, 1£. 10s.; house, barne, homestead, and a peice of Meadow belonging to it, 154£.; a parcill of wilderness land and Meadow, 240£.; total 488£. 8s.
Attested in Ipswich court Sept. 29, 1674 by the executor to be a true inventory of his father's estate; but the house, land and meadow that was given to David and Abraham which they were posessed of In his life time was not put into this inventory.
Source: Printed "Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts;
1635 - 1681," In three volumes,The Essex Institute; Salem, MA; 1916
Vol. II 1665-1674
|Immigration||Bef 1639||England to Salem, Essex Co., Mass. (with the Rev. Ezekiel Rogers)|
|Died||27 Aug 1674||Bradford, Essex Co., Mass.|
|Person ID||I662||Owings Stone Genealogy, Ancestry & Heritage|
|Last Modified||20 Jun 1999 00:00:00|
|Father||ROBERT (HESSELTINE) HASELTINE, b. Bef 1583|
|Mother||JOANNA SWANNE, b. Bef 1590, Gilberdyke, Eastringham, East Yorkshire, England|
|Family ID||F948||Group Sheet|
|Family||ANNE\ANNA <>, b. Abt 1610|
|Married||23 Aug 1639||Rowley, Essex Co., Mass. |
|Family ID||F806||Group Sheet|
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