Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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Edward FAULCONER (c1540-1588)

and unknown (?-?)

 

Edward Faulconer was my 11x Great Grandfather.  (Click here to see his place in my pedigree chart.)  He was the son of William Faulconer (c1520-1558) and Anne (c1520-1560).  He was appointed executor to his father's will of 1558 and inherited from him Rowhill and Heggeland.  Edward was a yeoman of Balcombe, Sussex.  He was buried on 28 January 1587/8 in Balcombe.  His will was dated 4 January 1587/8 and proved on 16 March 1587/8 (Lewes A8 180).  He nominated George Alfraye and [--?--] Wildman as overseers of his will.  His wife was alive when he made his will and she received a third of all freeholds and copyhold known as Rowhill, unfortunately he did not mention her by name.  Edward also left a legacy of 2 ewe lambs to his God daughter Joane Courtuppe

 

Edward Faulconer and unknown had 10 known children:

  1. John Faulconer married Susan before or about 1589.  (They have their own page.)

  2. Joane Faulconer was baptised on 5 November 1561 in Balcombe.  She was mentioned in her father's will, by which she was to receive a "heigfour bullocke".  She was executor to her husband's will.  Joane was buried on 9 July 1628 in Cuckfield. 

    Joane married Nicholas Burt of Cleavers, Cuckfield on 8 May 1580 in Balcombe.

    Nicholas was baptised on 2 December 1549 in Balcombe and buried on 30 May 1620 in Cuckfield.  His will was dated 20 May and proved on 20 June 1620 (Lewes A17 110).

    Nicholas and Joane had the following children:

    1. Nicholas Burt was mentioned in his maternal grandfather's will, by which he was to receive a legacy of a ewe lamb.

    2. Ann Burt was mentioned in his maternal grandfather's will, by which she was to receive a legacy of a ewe lamb.

    3. William Burt was mentioned in his maternal grandfather's will, by which he was to receive a legacy of a ewe lamb.

  3. Henry Faulconer, my 10x Great Grandfather, was baptised on 6 May 1566 in Balcombe.  He married Joan Brett in 1588.  (They have their own page.)

  4. Thomas Faulconer was a yeoman of East Grinstead.  He was mentioned in his father's will, by which he was to receive a legacy of 50 pounds in two years.  He was granted administration of his cousin, Richard Faulconer of Ripe's estate in 1646.  His own will was dated 6 December 1650 and proved on 11 February 1651/2 (PCC 28 Bowyer).  In his will he mentions the 4 eldest daughters of Thomas Fuller, blacksmith of Lindfield, Sussex and cousin John Worth of Hurst.

  5. Bridget Faulconer was baptised on 23 December 1572 in Balcombe and buried there on 16 February 1574/5.

  6. Edward Faulconer was baptised on 11 April 1576 in Balcombe.  He was of Rowhill and Denman's in Cuckfield.  He married Margaret Lashmer on 9 May 1605 in Cuckfield.  They had the following children:

    1. Thomasine Faulconer was baptised on 6 September 1607 in Cuckfield.

    2. William Faulconer was baptised on 8 January 1609/10 in Cuckfield.

    3. Henry Faulconer was baptised on 21 June 1618 in Cuckfield.

  7. George Faulconer was left a legacy of forty pounds by his father, which he was to receive when he reached the age of 21 years.

  8. Ellice Faulconer was baptised on 27 March 1580 in Balcombe and buried there on 17 May 1580.

  9. Catherine Faulconer was left a legacy of forty marks by her father, which was to receive at the age of 24 or on her day of marriage.

  10. Elizabeth Faulconer was left a legacy of forty marks by her father, which was to receive at the age of 24 or on her day of marriage.

 

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This page was reviewed on 8 April 2012