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william hudden

Male Abt 1560 - 1610  (~ 50 years)

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  • Name william hudden 
    Born Abt 1560  [1
    Gender Male 
    Probate W 1610  [2
    Possessions bury in Potterne; Browns farm (1610) 
    Reference Number W307 
    Residence Meksham (1610) 
    Died 1610 
    Person ID I4065  Hidden | Descendants of William Hudden of Melksham b abt 1560
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2016 

     1. william hudden,   d. 1639, Potterne, Wiltshire Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. mary hudden,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. elizabeth hudden,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 11 Apr 2016 
    Family ID F1276  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
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      a rough estimate of his dob is 1560, assuming that he died at the age of 50

    2. [S9832] Probate Abstract dean of sarum, Recno:10933.
      [Recno:10933 Edesc:will Date: ?? ??? 1610 Parish:melksham Ref:misc series ]
      will of ______ huden
      dated __ august 1610 of ____ in county wilts
      testator sick in body
      [wrongly indexed as luden of melsham]
      testator wishes to be buried in Potterne
      to the poor of milksham 3s 4d
      to mary selfe daughter of isaake ______
      to grace selfe daughter of isaake selfe i platter
      to anne selfe daughter of isaake selfe i platter
      to ____am huden the son of william huden i platter
      to mary selfe the wife of isaake selfe i charger (?) and 2 table napkins
      to william longe my son in law [etc]: flockbedde which the maidens lyeth upon [etc]
      to edward blanchat my servant
      to william longe my son in law all my pales, the waynehouse, the mault stonn and all my fier wood
      i make my daughter elizabeth shepard sole executrix
      overseers: nicholas rutty of milksham co wilts, yeoman and william huden of wurtton in the parish of potterne yeoman
      witnesses: william alaude junior and william longe
      [the following note has been added in pencil to the will - potterne reg 1609 william long and elizabeth luden]