Ruth Smith1

F, #92701
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Ruth Smith married Israell Dickinson, son of Nehemiah Dickinson and Mary Cowles, in 1724 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA,
;
His 2nd wife.1

Family

Israell Dickinson b. 16 Mar 1691

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 20: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

Abigail Dickinson1

F, #92702, b. 14 January 1693
FatherNehemiah Dickinson1 b. c 15 Aug 1643, d. 9 Sep 1723
MotherMary Cowles1 b. 27 Jun 1654, d. 5 Mar 1726
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Abigail Dickinson was born on 14 January 1693 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Nehemiah Dickinson and Mary Cowles between 1672 and 1699 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 20.
[160] DICIKINSON - Nehemiah & Mary
     ---Nehemiah, s. b. June 5 1672
     ---William, s. b. May 18 1675
     ---John, s. b.Feb. 14 1676, d. Feb. 1676
     ---Mary, d. b. Jan. 5 1677
     ---Sarah, d. b. Apr. 19 1681
     ---Samll, s. b. Aug. 16 1683
     ---Hannah, d. b. Sept. 9 1684
     ---Easter, d. b. Mar. 3 1687
     ---Nathanll, s. b. Aug. 23 1689
     ---Israell, s. b. Mar. 16 1691, m. 1. 1719 Mary White; 2. 1724 Ruth S1nith
     ---Abigail, d. b. Jan. 14 1693
     ---Ebz, s. b. Sept. 17 1696
     ---Rebeckah, d. b. Apr. 20 1699.2

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 20: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.
  2. [S4730] NEHGS Online Database, online https://www.americanancestors.org/, https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626

Ebenezer Dickinson1

M, #92703, b. 17 September 1696
FatherNehemiah Dickinson1 b. c 15 Aug 1643, d. 9 Sep 1723
MotherMary Cowles1 b. 27 Jun 1654, d. 5 Mar 1726
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Ebenezer Dickinson was born on 17 September 1696 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     He was a mentioned with Nehemiah Dickinson and Mary Cowles between 1672 and 1699 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 20.
[160] DICIKINSON - Nehemiah & Mary
     ---Nehemiah, s. b. June 5 1672
     ---William, s. b. May 18 1675
     ---John, s. b.Feb. 14 1676, d. Feb. 1676
     ---Mary, d. b. Jan. 5 1677
     ---Sarah, d. b. Apr. 19 1681
     ---Samll, s. b. Aug. 16 1683
     ---Hannah, d. b. Sept. 9 1684
     ---Easter, d. b. Mar. 3 1687
     ---Nathanll, s. b. Aug. 23 1689
     ---Israell, s. b. Mar. 16 1691, m. 1. 1719 Mary White; 2. 1724 Ruth S1nith
     ---Abigail, d. b. Jan. 14 1693
     ---Ebz, s. b. Sept. 17 1696
     ---Rebeckah, d. b. Apr. 20 1699.2

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 20: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.
  2. [S4730] NEHGS Online Database, online https://www.americanancestors.org/, https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626

Rebeckah Dickinson1

F, #92704, b. 20 April 1699
FatherNehemiah Dickinson1 b. c 15 Aug 1643, d. 9 Sep 1723
MotherMary Cowles1 b. 27 Jun 1654, d. 5 Mar 1726
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Rebeckah Dickinson was born on 20 April 1699 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Nehemiah Dickinson and Mary Cowles between 1672 and 1699 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 20.
[160] DICIKINSON - Nehemiah & Mary
     ---Nehemiah, s. b. June 5 1672
     ---William, s. b. May 18 1675
     ---John, s. b.Feb. 14 1676, d. Feb. 1676
     ---Mary, d. b. Jan. 5 1677
     ---Sarah, d. b. Apr. 19 1681
     ---Samll, s. b. Aug. 16 1683
     ---Hannah, d. b. Sept. 9 1684
     ---Easter, d. b. Mar. 3 1687
     ---Nathanll, s. b. Aug. 23 1689
     ---Israell, s. b. Mar. 16 1691, m. 1. 1719 Mary White; 2. 1724 Ruth S1nith
     ---Abigail, d. b. Jan. 14 1693
     ---Ebz, s. b. Sept. 17 1696
     ---Rebeckah, d. b. Apr. 20 1699.2

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 20: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.
  2. [S4730] NEHGS Online Database, online https://www.americanancestors.org/, https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626

Sarah Dickinson1

F, #92706, b. 20 August 1669
FatherObadiah Dickinson1 b. c 15 Apr 1641, d. 10 Jun 1698
MotherSarah Beardsley1
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Sarah Dickinson was born on 20 August 1669 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Obadiah Dickinson and Sarah Beardsley in 1669 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 20.
[162] DICIKINSON - Obadiah & Sarah
     ---Sarah, d. b. Aug. 20 1669.1

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 20: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

Samuel Dickinson (Jr.)1

M, #92707, b. 17 August 1669, d. 1747
FatherSamuel (2) Dickinson (Sr.)1 b. c 15 Jul 1638, d. 30 Nov 1711
MotherMartha Bridgman1 b. 20 Sep 1649, d. 16 Jul 1711
Last Edited20 Sep 2019
     Samuel Dickinson (Jr.) was born on 17 August 1669 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1 He married Sarah Billings in 1699
;
His 1st wife.2 Samuel Dickinson (Jr.) married Rebecca Barrett between 1706 and 1708
;
Her 2nd husband; his 2nd wife. His 1st wife d. in 1706 and his 1st child with Rebecca, Benoni, was born 1707.3
Samuel Dickinson (Jr.) was buried in 1747 at Burial location unknown ; From Find A Grave:
     BIRTH     17 Aug 1669, Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
     DEATH     1747 (aged 77–78), Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
     Family Members
     Parents
      Samuel Dickinson 1638–1711
      Martha Bridgman 1649–1711
     Spouses
      Sarah Billings Dickinson 1676–1706 (m. 1699)
      Rebecca Barrett Wright Dickinson 1679–1743 (m. 1706)
     Children
      Bennoni Dickinson 1707–1772
      Elisha Dickinson 1708 – unknown
      Moses Dickinson 1711–1785
      Anne Dickinson Field 1721–1755
     BURIAL     Body lost or destroyed
     Created by: Carolyn Bixby Youngs
     Added: 3 Jul 2017
     Find A Grave Memorial 180977083.4
Samuel Dickinson (Jr.) died in 1747 at Hatfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.4
      ; For more information the children of Samuel and Rebecca (BARRETT WRIGHT) DICKINSON, see their Find a Grave memorials. The children listed are:
     Bennoni Dickinson 1707–1772
     Elisha Dickinson 1708 – unknown
     Moses Dickinson 1711–1785
     Anne Dickinson Field 1721–1755.3,2

Family 1

Sarah Billings b. 18 Oct 1676, d. 1706

Family 2

Rebecca Barrett b. 28 Jan 1679, d. 1743

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 20: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/19/38829626. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 September 2019), memorial page for Sarah Billings Dickinson (18 Oct 1676–1706), Find A Grave Memorial no. 180985788, ; Maintained by Carolyn Bixby Youngs (contributor 47296603) Body lost or destroyed, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/180985788/sarah-dickinson. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 September 2019), memorial page for Rebecca Barrett Wright Dickinson (28 Jan 1679–1743), Find A Grave Memorial no. 180977704, ; Maintained by Carolyn Bixby Youngs (contributor 47296603) Body lost or destroyed, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/180977704/rebecca-wright_dickinson
  4. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 September 2019), memorial page for Samuel Dickinson (17 Aug 1669–1747), Find A Grave Memorial no. 180977083, ; Maintained by Carolyn Bixby Youngs (contributor 47296603) Body lost or destroyed, at: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/180977083/samuel-dickinson

Elizabeth Dickinson1

F, #92708, b. 6 December 1668
FatherThomas Dickinson1 b. b 21 Jan 1632, d. 17 Jan 1712/13
MotherHannah Crow1
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Elizabeth Dickinson was born on 6 December 1668 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow between 1668 and 1675 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 21.
[169] DICIKINSON - Thomas & Hannah
     ---Elizabeth d. b. Dec. 6 1668
     ---Hanah d. b. May 20 1670
     ---Thomas S. V. Feb. 15 1671
     ---Hester d. b. Jan. 22 1673
     ---Mahitabell d. b.Oct. 20 1675.1

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 21: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/21/38829628. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

Hanah Dickinson1

F, #92709, b. 20 May 1670
FatherThomas Dickinson1 b. b 21 Jan 1632, d. 17 Jan 1712/13
MotherHannah Crow1
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Hanah Dickinson was born on 20 May 1670 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow between 1668 and 1675 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 21.
[169] DICIKINSON - Thomas & Hannah
     ---Elizabeth d. b. Dec. 6 1668
     ---Hanah d. b. May 20 1670
     ---Thomas S. V. Feb. 15 1671
     ---Hester d. b. Jan. 22 1673
     ---Mahitabell d. b.Oct. 20 1675.1

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 21: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/21/38829628. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

Thomas Dickinson1

M, #92710, b. 15 February 1671
FatherThomas Dickinson1 b. b 21 Jan 1632, d. 17 Jan 1712/13
MotherHannah Crow1
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Thomas Dickinson was born on 15 February 1671 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     He was a mentioned with Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow between 1668 and 1675 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 21.
[169] DICIKINSON - Thomas & Hannah
     ---Elizabeth d. b. Dec. 6 1668
     ---Hanah d. b. May 20 1670
     ---Thomas S. V. Feb. 15 1671
     ---Hester d. b. Jan. 22 1673
     ---Mahitabell d. b.Oct. 20 1675.1

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 21: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/21/38829628. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

Hester Dickinson1

F, #92711, b. 22 January 1673
FatherThomas Dickinson1 b. b 21 Jan 1632, d. 17 Jan 1712/13
MotherHannah Crow1
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Hester Dickinson was born on 22 January 1673 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow between 1668 and 1675 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 21.
[169] DICIKINSON - Thomas & Hannah
     ---Elizabeth d. b. Dec. 6 1668
     ---Hanah d. b. May 20 1670
     ---Thomas S. V. Feb. 15 1671
     ---Hester d. b. Jan. 22 1673
     ---Mahitabell d. b.Oct. 20 1675.1

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 21: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/21/38829628. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

Mahitabell Dickinson1

F, #92712, b. 20 October 1675
FatherThomas Dickinson1 b. b 21 Jan 1632, d. 17 Jan 1712/13
MotherHannah Crow1
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Mahitabell Dickinson was born on 20 October 1675 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was a mentioned with Thomas Dickinson and Hannah Crow between 1668 and 1675 at Hadley, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USA;
Source: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). Page 21.
[169] DICIKINSON - Thomas & Hannah
     ---Elizabeth d. b. Dec. 6 1668
     ---Hanah d. b. May 20 1670
     ---Thomas S. V. Feb. 15 1671
     ---Hester d. b. Jan. 22 1673
     ---Mahitabell d. b.Oct. 20 1675.1

Citations

  1. [S4730] New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Databases (Various), online <https://www.americanancestors.org/>, Page 21: Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1620-1850 (Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016).
    https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14507/21/38829628. Hereinafter cited as NEHGS Online Database.

William Bincks1

M, #92713, b. between 6 February 1599 and 1600, d. between 31 December 1621 and 7 January 1622
FatherRev. William Bincks1 b. c 1557, d. bt 24 May 1616 - 28 May 1616
MotherMary Baxter1 d. b 22 May 1607
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     William Bincks was baptized between 6 February 1599 and 1600 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.2 He was born before 6 February 1600 at Leicestershire, England.2
William Bincks died between 31 December 1621 and 7 January 1622; Presumably died between date of will and date of probate thereof.1
William Bincks was buried in January 1621/22 at St. Olave Southwark, London, City of London, Greater London, England;
Stoss [2016]:138:fn18] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Olave, Southwark, Surrey, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com. The day of burial is lost in a tight binding 01; the digital image.2

His estate was probated on 7 January 1622 at co. Surrey, England.3

     In Rev. William Bincks's will dated 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, William Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)4
William Bincks is mentioned in the will of Edmund Harrison on 24 April 1617;
Per Stott [2016:141]: "Edmund's will mentions cousins James and William "Bench" and Ann Bench and Ann Hall, who were living in the home of his father­ in-law William Morris in Billingborough. This Ann Bench was no doubt the future wife of Billingborough men John A Gull and Nathaniel' Dickinson."
     NB I have so far not been able to identify this "Ann Hall". GA Vaut.5,6

William Bincks left a will on 31 December 1621 at St. Olave Southwark, co. Surrey, England;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:133-134]:
     "I William Benckes, sick of body but well in minde . . . bequeathe to my brother James Benckes three skore pounds · further as my father left my brother Nathaniell Benckes in charges with me to be carefull to see he should not want so in consideracon that my aforesaid brother James Benckes shall be carefull in providing for my brother Nathaniell Benckes I have given him this three skore pounds afore mentioned further I bequeathe to my grandmother Mary Backster widdowe three pounds and further I bequeath to my twoe sisters Ann Gull and Mary Benekes the rest of that portion wch is due unto me to be equally devided between my twooe sisters aforesaid alsoe I bequeath to my cozen James Benckes foure pounds wch I apoint by brother James Benckes shall pay out of his aforesaid threeskore pounds when he shall have received it."
Note from Stott [1998:170]: "The "daughter" Frances was dearly the widow of Nathaniel's son John, recently killed at Turner's Falls. Samuel Gillett, son-in-law of John and Frances, was also killed at Turner's Falls the same day.
Stott [2016:133] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 6 Saville, PROB 11/139/13.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "His will, cited above, mentions brothers Nathaniel and James, sisters Ann Gull and Mary Bincks, grandmother Mary Backster, and a cousin James Bincks, apparently the son of his uncle George Bincks of Little Dalby, Leics."
Stott [2016:138:fn 19]: "James, son of George and Jane Bincks, was baptized in Scalford 23 January 1590/1."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)3

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): pp. 133-134. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 138.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 133.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.
  5. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 141.
  6. [S1549] "Author's comment", various, Gregory A. Vaut (e-mail address), to unknown recipient (unknown recipient address), 18 Sept. 2019; unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "GA Vaut Comment."

James Bincks1

M, #92714, b. between 7 February 1601 and 1602, d. before 10 September 1665
FatherRev. William Bincks1 b. c 1557, d. bt 24 May 1616 - 28 May 1616
MotherMary Baxter1 d. b 22 May 1607
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     James Bincks was baptized between 7 February 1601 and 1602 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.2 He was born before 7 February 1602 at Leicestershire, England.2 He married Eleanor "Ellen" (?) before 24 February 1647
;
Her 4th? Husband. Stott [2016:139:fn25] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, All Hallows Staining, London, parish registers, included in
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.3
James Bincks died before 10 September 1665 at London, City of London, Greater London, England.2
James Bincks was buried on 10 September 1665 at St. Botolph without Aldgate, London, City of London, Greater London, England.2

His estate was probated on 15 September 1665 at London, City of London, Greater London, England.4

     In Rev. William Bincks's will dated 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, James Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)5
James Bincks is mentioned in the will of Edmund Harrison on 24 April 1617;
Per Stott [2016:141]: "Edmund's will mentions cousins James and William "Bench" and Ann Bench and Ann Hall, who were living in the home of his father­ in-law William Morris in Billingborough. This Ann Bench was no doubt the future wife of Billingborough men John A Gull and Nathaniel' Dickinson."
     NB I have so far not been able to identify this "Ann Hall". GA Vaut.6,7
In William Bincks's will dated 31 December 1621 at St. Olave Southwark, co. Surrey, England, James Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:133-134]:
     "I William Benckes, sick of body but well in minde . . . bequeathe to my brother James Benckes three skore pounds · further as my father left my brother Nathaniell Benckes in charges with me to be carefull to see he should not want so in consideracon that my aforesaid brother James Benckes shall be carefull in providing for my brother Nathaniell Benckes I have given him this three skore pounds afore mentioned further I bequeathe to my grandmother Mary Backster widdowe three pounds and further I bequeath to my twoe sisters Ann Gull and Mary Benekes the rest of that portion wch is due unto me to be equally devided between my twooe sisters aforesaid alsoe I bequeath to my cozen James Benckes foure pounds wch I apoint by brother James Benckes shall pay out of his aforesaid threeskore pounds when he shall have received it."
Note from Stott [1998:170]: "The "daughter" Frances was dearly the widow of Nathaniel's son John, recently killed at Turner's Falls. Samuel Gillett, son-in-law of John and Frances, was also killed at Turner's Falls the same day.
Stott [2016:133] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 6 Saville, PROB 11/139/13.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "His will, cited above, mentions brothers Nathaniel and James, sisters Ann Gull and Mary Bincks, grandmother Mary Backster, and a cousin James Bincks, apparently the son of his uncle George Bincks of Little Dalby, Leics."
Stott [2016:138:fn 19]: "James, son of George and Jane Bincks, was baptized in Scalford 23 January 1590/1."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)8
In Nathaniel Bincks's will dated 9 June 1631 at St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Bermondsey, London Borough of Southwark, reater London, England, James Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:134]:
     "I Nathaniell Bincks of the parish of Marie Magdalen in the Countie of Surrey yeoman beinge sicke and weake in bodie . . . make my brother Thomas Stephenson of the parish and Countie aforesaid Carpenter my whole and sole Executor . . . I give unto my sister Anne Dickison of Billingbarrow in the County of Lincolne fortie shillings . . . I give and bequeath unto my brother John Stephenson of the aforesaid parish and Countie Carpenter fower poundes . . . I give and bequeath unto my brother James Bincks Citizen and Sadler of London tenn poundes . . . I give the residue of mine estate unto my brother Thomas Stephenson and his wife."
Stott [2016:134] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 91 St. John; PROB ti/317/ 519.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "The Stephenson brothers have yet to be identified. They may have been children of Nathaniel's stepmother Joane (___) (Blount) Bincks. Other possibilities include Nathaniel's sister Mary Bincks marrying a Stephenson."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)9 He was Churchwarden in 1661 at All Hollows Staining, London, City of London, Greater London, England.10

James Bincks left a will on 5 September 1665 at London, City of London, Greater London, England;
Per Stott [2016:139]: "His will, written four years later, asks to be buried in that parish, but for unknown reasons the request was not honored, and he was buried in St. Botolph without Aldersgate. The will of James Bincks, citizen and saddler of London, dated 5 Sept. 1665, proved 15 Sept. 1665, mentions no children and refers to his late wife, deceased, but does not name her."
Stott [2016:139:fn26] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 90 Hyde, PROB 11/317/ 519.4

Family

Eleanor "Ellen" (?) d. b 11 Jan 1660/61

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): pp. 133-134. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 138.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 138-9.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 139 and footnote 26.
  5. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.
  6. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 141.
  7. [S1549] "Author's comment", various, Gregory A. Vaut (e-mail address), to unknown recipient (unknown recipient address), 18 Sept. 2019; unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "GA Vaut Comment."
  8. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 133.
  9. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 134.
  10. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 139.

Nathaniel Bincks1

M, #92715, b. 15 October 1598, d. between 9 June 1631 and 2 July 1631
FatherRev. William Bincks1 b. c 1557, d. bt 24 May 1616 - 28 May 1616
MotherMary Baxter1 d. b 22 May 1607
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Nathaniel Bincks was born before 15 October 1598 at Leicestershire, England.2 He was baptized on 15 October 1598 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.2
Nathaniel Bincks died between 9 June 1631 and 2 July 1631 at St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Bermondsey, London Borough of Southwark, reater London, England.3
Nathaniel Bincks was buried on 2 July 1631 at St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Bermondsey, London Borough of Southwark, reater London, England.2

His estate was probated on 2 July 1631 at co. Surrey, England.3

     Nathaniel Bincks is mentioned in the will of George Musson on 29 January 1598/99 at Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:143-4]: "The will of George Musson of Scalford, husbandman, dated 29 Jan 1598/9, proved 29 July 1599, [54] mentions his sister Agnes Bincks; William Bincks [her son]; Thomas Watson, son of John Watson [husband of Agnes Bincks];
Nathaniel Bincks [son of William Bincks]; James Bincks, son of George [son of James8 and Agnes Bincks]; and two children of John Hall perhaps one being the Ann Hall who, with Ann "Bench," was living in 1617 in the home of William Morris in Billingborough, husband of Philip Bincks, sister of William Bincks."4
In Rev. William Bincks's will dated 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, Nathaniel Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)5
In William Bincks's will dated 31 December 1621 at St. Olave Southwark, co. Surrey, England, Nathaniel Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:133-134]:
     "I William Benckes, sick of body but well in minde . . . bequeathe to my brother James Benckes three skore pounds · further as my father left my brother Nathaniell Benckes in charges with me to be carefull to see he should not want so in consideracon that my aforesaid brother James Benckes shall be carefull in providing for my brother Nathaniell Benckes I have given him this three skore pounds afore mentioned further I bequeathe to my grandmother Mary Backster widdowe three pounds and further I bequeath to my twoe sisters Ann Gull and Mary Benekes the rest of that portion wch is due unto me to be equally devided between my twooe sisters aforesaid alsoe I bequeath to my cozen James Benckes foure pounds wch I apoint by brother James Benckes shall pay out of his aforesaid threeskore pounds when he shall have received it."
Note from Stott [1998:170]: "The "daughter" Frances was dearly the widow of Nathaniel's son John, recently killed at Turner's Falls. Samuel Gillett, son-in-law of John and Frances, was also killed at Turner's Falls the same day.
Stott [2016:133] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 6 Saville, PROB 11/139/13.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "His will, cited above, mentions brothers Nathaniel and James, sisters Ann Gull and Mary Bincks, grandmother Mary Backster, and a cousin James Bincks, apparently the son of his uncle George Bincks of Little Dalby, Leics."
Stott [2016:138:fn 19]: "James, son of George and Jane Bincks, was baptized in Scalford 23 January 1590/1."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)6

Nathaniel Bincks left a will on 9 June 1631 at St. Mary Magdalen Parish, Bermondsey, London Borough of Southwark, reater London, England;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:134]:
     "I Nathaniell Bincks of the parish of Marie Magdalen in the Countie of Surrey yeoman beinge sicke and weake in bodie . . . make my brother Thomas Stephenson of the parish and Countie aforesaid Carpenter my whole and sole Executor . . . I give unto my sister Anne Dickison of Billingbarrow in the County of Lincolne fortie shillings . . . I give and bequeath unto my brother John Stephenson of the aforesaid parish and Countie Carpenter fower poundes . . . I give and bequeath unto my brother James Bincks Citizen and Sadler of London tenn poundes . . . I give the residue of mine estate unto my brother Thomas Stephenson and his wife."
Stott [2016:134] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 91 St. John; PROB ti/317/ 519.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "The Stephenson brothers have yet to be identified. They may have been children of Nathaniel's stepmother Joane (___) (Blount) Bincks. Other possibilities include Nathaniel's sister Mary Bincks marrying a Stephenson."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)3

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): pp. 133-134. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 138.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 134.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 143.
  5. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.
  6. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 133.

Mary Bincks1

F, #92716, b. 20 July 1606
FatherRev. William Bincks1 b. c 1557, d. bt 24 May 1616 - 28 May 1616
MotherMary Baxter1 d. b 22 May 1607
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Mary Bincks was born before 20 July 1606 at Lincolnshire, England.2 She was baptized on 20 July 1606 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.2
     In Rev. William Bincks's will dated 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, Mary Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)3
In William Bincks's will dated 31 December 1621 at St. Olave Southwark, co. Surrey, England, Mary Bincks was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:133-134]:
     "I William Benckes, sick of body but well in minde . . . bequeathe to my brother James Benckes three skore pounds · further as my father left my brother Nathaniell Benckes in charges with me to be carefull to see he should not want so in consideracon that my aforesaid brother James Benckes shall be carefull in providing for my brother Nathaniell Benckes I have given him this three skore pounds afore mentioned further I bequeathe to my grandmother Mary Backster widdowe three pounds and further I bequeath to my twoe sisters Ann Gull and Mary Benekes the rest of that portion wch is due unto me to be equally devided between my twooe sisters aforesaid alsoe I bequeath to my cozen James Benckes foure pounds wch I apoint by brother James Benckes shall pay out of his aforesaid threeskore pounds when he shall have received it."
Note from Stott [1998:170]: "The "daughter" Frances was dearly the widow of Nathaniel's son John, recently killed at Turner's Falls. Samuel Gillett, son-in-law of John and Frances, was also killed at Turner's Falls the same day.
Stott [2016:133] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 6 Saville, PROB 11/139/13.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "His will, cited above, mentions brothers Nathaniel and James, sisters Ann Gull and Mary Bincks, grandmother Mary Backster, and a cousin James Bincks, apparently the son of his uncle George Bincks of Little Dalby, Leics."
Stott [2016:138:fn 19]: "James, son of George and Jane Bincks, was baptized in Scalford 23 January 1590/1."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)4

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 134. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 139.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 133.

James Bincks1

M, #92717, b. say 1530, d. before 22 May 1556
ChartsAncestors - Martha Elizabeth HART
ReferenceGAV11
Last Edited22 Sep 2019
     James Bincks was born say 1530.1
James Bincks died before 22 May 1556 at Leicestershire, England.1 He married Agnes Musson, daughter of Hugh Musson, before 23 June 1557.2

James Bincks was buried on 22 May 1566 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England;
Stott [2016:134] cites: Rotherby, Leicestershire, parish registers, Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, DE2665/l.1

His estate was probated on 21 June 1566 at Leicestershire, England.3

     Reference: Stott [2016:133-44] present some important evidence on the BINCKS and MUSSONancestry of Anna (BINCKS) GULL who married Nathaniel DICKINSON.4 GAV-11.

James Bincks left a will on 23 June 1557 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:135]:
     "I James binkes of Rotherby w'in the countie of leic' husbandma[N] p[er]fecte of mynde and hole of body do make my laste will & testa' . . . I give to every god childe that I have iiij Item I will that my wif & my children shall have all my goodes & cattale moveable & unmoveable . . . devyded among them that is to saye my wife to have the one half & my children the other half I brought honestly to the grounde & my detts paide save onely my wife shall have reserved to her owne use her owne bedde w'h app'tennces & also her owne apparell further I will that my children shalbe brought uppe honestlye upo[N] the hole sustanctyll suche time as they & every of them be of the age of xvi yeres excepte my frendes do p[ro]vyde otherwyse And if it fortune any of my forsaide children to dep [ar]te this worlde at any time before thei shall accomplishe the age of xvi''"e yeres th' then the p[ar]te of his or her so dep[ar]tinge shall remaine to thother tht shall survive Item I give to Agnes my wif my lease of my howse during the time thereof the which Agnes I make my full executrix of this my laste will & testament & my father in lawe hewe Muston & John his sonne my sup[er]vysors . . . and for their paines I will that my father in lawe have iijs iiijd and his son John Muston iijs iiijd . . . Thomas Rampt[on?] of hylton in the Countie of huntington is in dett to me xiij vj viiij as it appearethe by a bill of his hande makinge redy to be showed the w'h some of money I bequeathe to Agnes my wif and my children to be devyded emongest them."
Stott [2016:135] cites: "Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, registered wills, 8:31 [FHL 0,195,414]. Noted in the left margin of James's registered will."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)3

Family

Agnes Musson b. s 132
Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 134. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 143.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 135.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 133-44.

Agnes Musson1

F, #92718, b. say 132
FatherHugh Musson2
ChartsAncestors - Martha Elizabeth HART
ReferenceGAV11
Last Edited22 Sep 2019
     Agnes Musson was born say 132.3 She married James Bincks before 23 June 1557.2

Agnes Musson was buried on 23 March 1613/14 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England;
Stott [2016:134] cites: Scalford, Leicestershire, parish registers, Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, DE2500/l.1
     She was a mentioned with James Bincks; Stott [2016:133-44] present some important evidence on the BINCKS and MUSSONancestry of Anna (BINCKS) GULL who married Nathaniel DICKINSON.4 GAV-11.
In James Bincks's will dated 23 June 1557 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England, Agnes Musson was named as executor;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:135]:
     "I James binkes of Rotherby w'in the countie of leic' husbandma[N] p[er]fecte of mynde and hole of body do make my laste will & testa' . . . I give to every god childe that I have iiij Item I will that my wif & my children shall have all my goodes & cattale moveable & unmoveable . . . devyded among them that is to saye my wife to have the one half & my children the other half I brought honestly to the grounde & my detts paide save onely my wife shall have reserved to her owne use her owne bedde w'h app'tennces & also her owne apparell further I will that my children shalbe brought uppe honestlye upo[N] the hole sustanctyll suche time as they & every of them be of the age of xvi yeres excepte my frendes do p[ro]vyde otherwyse And if it fortune any of my forsaide children to dep [ar]te this worlde at any time before thei shall accomplishe the age of xvi''"e yeres th' then the p[ar]te of his or her so dep[ar]tinge shall remaine to thother tht shall survive Item I give to Agnes my wif my lease of my howse during the time thereof the which Agnes I make my full executrix of this my laste will & testament & my father in lawe hewe Muston & John his sonne my sup[er]vysors . . . and for their paines I will that my father in lawe have iijs iiijd and his son John Muston iijs iiijd . . . Thomas Rampt[on?] of hylton in the Countie of huntington is in dett to me xiij vj viiij as it appearethe by a bill of his hande makinge redy to be showed the w'h some of money I bequeathe to Agnes my wif and my children to be devyded emongest them."
Stott [2016:135] cites: "Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, registered wills, 8:31 [FHL 0,195,414]. Noted in the left margin of James's registered will."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)5
In Hugh Musson's will dated 2 May 1572 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, Agnes Musson was named as executor;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:142]:
"I geve and bequethe to my yonger sonne John Muston my hoursse and carte and cart geares my plowes and also phough geares my crope bothe in feyld and towne to the valewe of x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my sonne George Muston x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my dowghter agnes benche vj xiij iiij
     Item I geve & bequethe to Thomas muston the sonne of will[ia]m muston x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my lande lorde mr sherwood the eldere a geldynge or els iij vj viij
     Item I bequethe to my lande ladye x
     Item I geve and bequethe to mr Franncis Sherrot xx
     Item I geve and bequethe to Eliz muston the dowghter of w"' muston and to helyne muston the dowghter of nicholas muston iij vj viij to be devyded betwixt theym too
     Item I geve and bequethe to hewe muston the sonne of edward Muston one cowe
     Item I geve and bequethe to Edward muston my sonne x shepe
     Item I geve and bequethe to margaret berye one ewe and a lambe
     Item I geve and bequethe to hewe muston the sonne of John muston the yonger my greatest brasse pott
     Item I geve unto everye godchylde that I have vj
     Item I geve and bequethe to everye one of my chyldrens chyldren one shepe
     Item I will that nicholas muston and John muston the yonger be my executors and John muston the elder and Thomas muston to be sup[er]visors
     The reste of my goods unbequethed I geve and bequethe to my executors to be devyded by the discretyon of my sup[er]visors
These being witnesses Richard plumer clerke Sethe hosse will[ia]m more.
Stott [2016:135:fn48] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, registered wills, 1572-77, fo. 12 [FHL 1,519,396].
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)6
Agnes Musson is mentioned in the will of George Musson on 29 January 1598/99 at Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:143-4]: "The will of George Musson of Scalford, husbandman, dated 29 Jan 1598/9, proved 29 July 1599, [54] mentions his sister Agnes Bincks; William Bincks [her son]; Thomas Watson, son of John Watson [husband of Agnes Bincks];
Nathaniel Bincks [son of William Bincks]; James Bincks, son of George [son of James8 and Agnes Bincks]; and two children of John Hall perhaps one being the Ann Hall who, with Ann "Bench," was living in 1617 in the home of William Morris in Billingborough, husband of Philip Bincks, sister of William Bincks."3

Family

James Bincks b. s 1530, d. b 22 May 1556
Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 134. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 143.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 143.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 133-44.
  5. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 135.
  6. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 142.

Hugh Musson1

M, #92719
ChartsAncestors - Martha Elizabeth HART
ReferenceGAV12
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     His estate was probated on 29 July 1572 at Leicestershire, England.2

     GAV-12.

; "...my father in law hewe Muston" is named in the 1566 will of his son-in-law James Bincks.1 Hugh Musson was the administrator of James Bincks's estate on 21 June 1566 at Leicestershire, England.1

Hugh Musson left a will on 2 May 1572 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:142]:
"I geve and bequethe to my yonger sonne John Muston my hoursse and carte and cart geares my plowes and also phough geares my crope bothe in feyld and towne to the valewe of x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my sonne George Muston x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my dowghter agnes benche vj xiij iiij
     Item I geve & bequethe to Thomas muston the sonne of will[ia]m muston x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my lande lorde mr sherwood the eldere a geldynge or els iij vj viij
     Item I bequethe to my lande ladye x
     Item I geve and bequethe to mr Franncis Sherrot xx
     Item I geve and bequethe to Eliz muston the dowghter of w"' muston and to helyne muston the dowghter of nicholas muston iij vj viij to be devyded betwixt theym too
     Item I geve and bequethe to hewe muston the sonne of edward Muston one cowe
     Item I geve and bequethe to Edward muston my sonne x shepe
     Item I geve and bequethe to margaret berye one ewe and a lambe
     Item I geve and bequethe to hewe muston the sonne of John muston the yonger my greatest brasse pott
     Item I geve unto everye godchylde that I have vj
     Item I geve and bequethe to everye one of my chyldrens chyldren one shepe
     Item I will that nicholas muston and John muston the yonger be my executors and John muston the elder and Thomas muston to be sup[er]visors
     The reste of my goods unbequethed I geve and bequethe to my executors to be devyded by the discretyon of my sup[er]visors
These being witnesses Richard plumer clerke Sethe hosse will[ia]m more.
Stott [2016:135:fn48] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, registered wills, 1572-77, fo. 12 [FHL 1,519,396].
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 142.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 143.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 144.
  5. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 143.

John "The Elder" Musson1

M, #92720, b. say 1530, d. before 12 August 1577
FatherHugh Musson2
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     John "The Elder" Musson was born say 1530 at Leicestershire, England.3
John "The Elder" Musson died before 12 August 1577 at Leicestershire, England.3
John "The Elder" Musson was buried on 12 August 1577 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England.3

His estate was probated on 3 October 1577 at Leicester, Leicestershire, England,
;
Stott [2016:143:fn49] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills, 1577 #79 [FHL 1,519,841].4
      ; "...my father in law hewe Muston and his son John Muston" are named in the 1566 will of his son-in-law James Bincks.2
In Hugh Musson's will dated 2 May 1572 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, John "The Elder" Musson was named as executor;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:142]:
"I geve and bequethe to my yonger sonne John Muston my hoursse and carte and cart geares my plowes and also phough geares my crope bothe in feyld and towne to the valewe of x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my sonne George Muston x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my dowghter agnes benche vj xiij iiij
     Item I geve & bequethe to Thomas muston the sonne of will[ia]m muston x
     Item I geve and bequethe to my lande lorde mr sherwood the eldere a geldynge or els iij vj viij
     Item I bequethe to my lande ladye x
     Item I geve and bequethe to mr Franncis Sherrot xx
     Item I geve and bequethe to Eliz muston the dowghter of w"' muston and to helyne muston the dowghter of nicholas muston iij vj viij to be devyded betwixt theym too
     Item I geve and bequethe to hewe muston the sonne of edward Muston one cowe
     Item I geve and bequethe to Edward muston my sonne x shepe
     Item I geve and bequethe to margaret berye one ewe and a lambe
     Item I geve and bequethe to hewe muston the sonne of John muston the yonger my greatest brasse pott
     Item I geve unto everye godchylde that I have vj
     Item I geve and bequethe to everye one of my chyldrens chyldren one shepe
     Item I will that nicholas muston and John muston the yonger be my executors and John muston the elder and Thomas muston to be sup[er]visors
     The reste of my goods unbequethed I geve and bequethe to my executors to be devyded by the discretyon of my sup[er]visors
These being witnesses Richard plumer clerke Sethe hosse will[ia]m more.
Stott [2016:135:fn48] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, registered wills, 1572-77, fo. 12 [FHL 1,519,396].
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)3 He was the administrator of Hugh Musson's estate on 29 July 1572 at Leicestershire, England.3

John "The Elder" Musson left a will on 5 August 1577 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:143]: "The will of John Musson [the elder], of Rotherby, dated 5 Aug. 1577, proved 3 Oct. 1577,[49] mentions three children but no wife. William Bincks received a legacy of 20 shillings in John's will, and William and George Bincks were among the witnesses." Stott [2016:143:fn49] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills, 1577 #79 [FHL 1,519,841].
Note: Per Stott [2016:144]: John "The Younger" Musson is called "'brother' when he was made executor to the will of John Musson of Rotherby in 1577."4

John "The Elder" Musson witnessed the will of Thomas Musson on 18 June 1582 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:143:]: "The will of Thomas Musson of Scalford, husbandman, dated 18 June 1582, mentions his wife Prudence and six children, as well as his brother John Musson, who was joint executor, and brother Nicholas Musson, who was appointed supervisor with George Bincks. The witnesses included William Bincks, Nicholas Musson, John Musson, and George Bincks. [52]"
Stott [2016:143:fn52] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills, 1585 #50 [FHL 1,519,844]. No probate act was found, but the will is included in the 1585 bundle.

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): pp. 135, 142. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 135.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 142.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 143.

George Bincks1

M, #92721, b. say 1559, d. between 25 March 1620 and 26 March 1620
FatherJames Bincks1 b. s 1530, d. b 22 May 1556
MotherAgnes Musson1 b. s 132
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     George Bincks was born say 1559;
Stott [2016:139] says: "...born about 1559 (based on probable age at marriage and as witness to a will in 1577)."2 He married Jane Heane between 11 February 1589 and 1590 at Melton-Mowbray, Leicestershire, England,
;
Stott [2016:139:fn32] cites: Melton-Mowbray, Leicestershire, parish register [FHL 0,588,441].2
George Bincks died between 25 March 1620 and 26 March 1620 at Leicestershire, England.3
George Bincks was buried on 26 March 1620 at Little Dalby, Leicestershire, England;
Stott [2016:139:fn31] cites: Little Dalby, Leicestershire, parish registers, Record Office Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland, DE270 1/2.3

His estate was probated on 29 April 1620 at Leicestershire, England.4

     George Bincks witnessed the will of John "The Elder" Musson on 5 August 1577 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:143]: "The will of John Musson [the elder], of Rotherby, dated 5 Aug. 1577, proved 3 Oct. 1577,[49] mentions three children but no wife. William Bincks received a legacy of 20 shillings in John's will, and William and George Bincks were among the witnesses." Stott [2016:143:fn49] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills, 1577 #79 [FHL 1,519,841].
Note: Per Stott [2016:144]: John "The Younger" Musson is called "'brother' when he was made executor to the will of John Musson of Rotherby in 1577."5
George Bincks is mentioned in the will of George Musson on 29 January 1598/99 at Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:143-4]: "The will of George Musson of Scalford, husbandman, dated 29 Jan 1598/9, proved 29 July 1599, [54] mentions his sister Agnes Bincks; William Bincks [her son]; Thomas Watson, son of John Watson [husband of Agnes Bincks];
Nathaniel Bincks [son of William Bincks]; James Bincks, son of George [son of James8 and Agnes Bincks]; and two children of John Hall perhaps one being the Ann Hall who, with Ann "Bench," was living in 1617 in the home of William Morris in Billingborough, husband of Philip Bincks, sister of William Bincks."5
In Rev. William Bincks's will dated 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, George Bincks was named as executor;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)6 He was the administrator of Rev. William Bincks's estate on 28 May 1616 at Leicester, Leicestershire, England.7

George Bincks left a will on 25 March 1620 at Little Dalby, Leicestershire, England;
Per Stott [2016:140]: "The will mentions his wife Jane; eldest son James; second son Thomas; third son George Bincks, an apprentice in London; and daughter Anne, wife of John Sharpe."4

Family

Jane Heane
Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 139.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 139.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 140.
  5. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 143.
  6. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.
  7. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 137, 140.

Jane Heane1

F, #92722
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     Jane Heane married George Bincks, son of James Bincks and Agnes Musson, between 11 February 1589 and 1590 at Melton-Mowbray, Leicestershire, England,
;
Stott [2016:139:fn32] cites: Melton-Mowbray, Leicestershire, parish register [FHL 0,588,441].2
Jane Heane was buried on 25 June 1628 at Little Dalby, Leicestershire, England.3
     In George Bincks's will dated 25 March 1620 at Little Dalby, Leicestershire, England, Jane Heane was named as an heir;
Per Stott [2016:140]: "The will mentions his wife Jane; eldest son James; second son Thomas; third son George Bincks, an apprentice in London; and daughter Anne, wife of John Sharpe."3

Family

George Bincks b. s 1559, d. bt 25 Mar 1620 - 26 Mar 1620
Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 139.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 140.

Philp Bincks1

F, #92723, b. say 1564, d. before 8 September 1638
FatherJames Bincks1 b. s 1530, d. b 22 May 1556
MotherAgnes Musson b. s 132
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     Philp Bincks was born say 1564;
Stott [2016:140] says: "...born about 1564 (based on probable age at marriage and sibling chronology)."1 She married William Morris on 16 August 1587 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.2

Philp Bincks died before 8 September 1638 at Lincolnshire, England.3
Philp Bincks was buried on 8 September 1638 at Billingborough, South Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England.3

Family

William Morris d. b 12 Dec 1625
Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 141.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 140-1.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 141.

William Morris1

M, #92724, d. before 12 December 1625
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     William Morris married Philp Bincks, daughter of James Bincks and Agnes Musson, on 16 August 1587 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.2

William Morris died before 12 December 1625 at Lincolnshire, England.3
William Morris was buried on 12 December 1625 at Billingborough, South Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England.3
     William Morris is mentioned in the will of Rev. William Bincks on 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)4

Family

Philp Bincks b. s 1564, d. b 8 Sep 1638
Children

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 141.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 141.
  4. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.

Agnes Bincks1

F, #92725, b. before 22 July 1566
FatherJames Bincks1 b. s 1530, d. b 22 May 1556
MotherAgnes Musson b. s 132
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     Agnes Bincks was born before 22 July 1566.1 She was baptized on 22 July 1566 at Rotherby, Leicestershire, England.1 She married John Watson on 19 May 1595 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.1

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 144.

John Watson1

M, #92726
Last Edited18 Sep 2019
     John Watson married Agnes Bincks, daughter of James Bincks and Agnes Musson, on 19 May 1595 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.1

      ;
Per Stott 2016:135: "Their son Thomas is mentioned in the 1598 will of Agnes's uncle George Musson..."1

Family

Agnes Bincks b. b 22 Jul 1566
Child

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 135. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 144.

Mary (?)1

F, #92727
ChartsAncestors - Martha Elizabeth HART
ReferenceGAV11
Last Edited22 Sep 2019
     GAV-11.
In William Bincks's will dated 31 December 1621 at St. Olave Southwark, co. Surrey, England, Mary (?) was named as an heir;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:133-134]:
     "I William Benckes, sick of body but well in minde . . . bequeathe to my brother James Benckes three skore pounds · further as my father left my brother Nathaniell Benckes in charges with me to be carefull to see he should not want so in consideracon that my aforesaid brother James Benckes shall be carefull in providing for my brother Nathaniell Benckes I have given him this three skore pounds afore mentioned further I bequeathe to my grandmother Mary Backster widdowe three pounds and further I bequeath to my twoe sisters Ann Gull and Mary Benekes the rest of that portion wch is due unto me to be equally devided between my twooe sisters aforesaid alsoe I bequeath to my cozen James Benckes foure pounds wch I apoint by brother James Benckes shall pay out of his aforesaid threeskore pounds when he shall have received it."
Note from Stott [1998:170]: "The "daughter" Frances was dearly the widow of Nathaniel's son John, recently killed at Turner's Falls. Samuel Gillett, son-in-law of John and Frances, was also killed at Turner's Falls the same day.
Stott [2016:133] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 6 Saville, PROB 11/139/13.
Stott [2016:138] also notes: "His will, cited above, mentions brothers Nathaniel and James, sisters Ann Gull and Mary Bincks, grandmother Mary Backster, and a cousin James Bincks, apparently the son of his uncle George Bincks of Little Dalby, Leics."
Stott [2016:138:fn 19]: "James, son of George and Jane Bincks, was baptized in Scalford 23 January 1590/1."
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 136. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 133.

Johane (?)1

F, #92728
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Johane (?) married (?) Blount
;
Her 1st husband.1 Johane (?) married Rev. William Bincks, son of James Bincks and Agnes Musson, circa 16 May 1609
;
Per Stott [2016:136]: "He married second, shortly after 16 May 1609, widow JOHANE (____) BLOUNT of Seagrave, Leicestershire. The required "Certificate for a Minster's Wife" confirmed by the testimony of two local justices of the peace that Johane Blount was "an honest, godlie, and sobere matrone, fitt in gods feare to be a wiffe to anye good christiane."
Stott [2016:136] cites: Certificate for Minister 's Wife;' 15 May 1609, showing intended marriage of Rev. William Binckes of Scalford to widow Johane Blount of Seagrave, Leicestershire (Lincolnshire Archives, DIOC/ CER W/42 folios 63-64).1
Johane (?) was buried on 17 June 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England.1
     In Rev. William Bincks's will dated 24 May 1616 at Scalford, Leicestershire, England, Johane (?) was named as executor;
Transcription of will from Stott [2016:137-8]:
     "I give & bequeath to the poore in Scalford xxs Item my further will ys and soe it shalbe my land shalbe sould by Edward Darker and Geo Bincks and by this my last will & testament I give them full authoritie in it & to sell it to the best benefitte they can to the behoofe of my wife & children & to the discharge of my debts well beinge done I give and bequeath unto Joane my now wife one hundred pounds and all the lynnens wollens bedding bedsteed & other househoulde implem" she brought to me on her mariage wth me Item I geve to ether of her 3 children iij vj viij a peece The rest of my goods and chattells my debts beinge paid I geve and bequeathe unto my v children Nathannel Bincks Wm Bincks James Bincks Anna Bincks and Marie Bincks equallie to be devided amongst them as they accomplishe the severall ages of xxi yeres or Day of marriage of my before said Daughters, except that Nathaniel Bincks shall have x1 more than the rest and the disposenge of them I leave to Edward Darker George Bincks aforesaid and Will[ia]m Morrice my Brother in !awe of whose faithfull and willenge dealenge herin I doubt not provided that if any of myne owne children dye before the accomlishenge of the former recited times the porcon of that childe or those children shabe equallie devided amongst the rest [of) them levenge Provided further that if my wife departe this lyfe before she can be possessed of her legacies then her legacies & the p[or]cons I bequeathed to her children shalbe equallie devyded betwixt her three children and myne by my first wiffe Item I make and ordaine unto this my last will and testament Johane my nowe wife & George Bincks full Executors and for the faithfull lookinge herunto I give him the said George x Item I doe make and so-constitute Edward Darker & Wm Morrice my brother in lawe supervisors of this my last will & testam' written in my owne hande and sealed of my owne seal."
     Stott [2016:135] cites: Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, original wills and inventories, 1616 # 132 [FHL 0,234,157]. The will was copied and refiled in 1622 # 10 with only slight variations in spelling [FHL 0,234,160],
(An image of the will transcription from Stott [1998] is attached.)2 She was the administrator of Rev. William Bincks's estate on 28 May 1616 at Leicester, Leicestershire, England.3

Family 1

(?) Blount d. b 1609

Family 2

Rev. William Bincks b. c 1557, d. bt 24 May 1616 - 28 May 1616

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 136. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 137.
  3. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", pp. 135, 137, 140.

(?) Blount1

M, #92729, d. before 1609
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     (?) Blount married Johane (?)
;
Her 1st husband.1
(?) Blount died before 1609; His wife remarried ca May 1609.1

Family

Johane (?)

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): p. 136. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."

Eleanor "Ellen" (?)1

F, #92730, d. before 11 January 1660/61
Last Edited17 Sep 2019
     Eleanor "Ellen" (?) married Thomas Kifford on 14 August 1623 at St. Algfege, Greenwich, co. Kent, England,
;
Her 2nd husband. Stott [2016:139:fn23] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.1 Eleanor "Ellen" (?) married (?) John Phillips on 13 July 1626 at St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney Parish, co. Middlesex, England,
;
Her 3rd husband. Stott [2016:139:fn22] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.1 Eleanor "Ellen" (?) married James Bincks, son of Rev. William Bincks and Mary Baxter, before 24 February 1647
;
Her 4th? Husband. Stott [2016:139:fn25] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, All Hallows Staining, London, parish registers, included in
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.1
Eleanor "Ellen" (?) died before 11 January 1660/61 at London, City of London, Greater London, England.2
Eleanor "Ellen" (?) was buried between 11 January 1660 and 1661 at All Hollows Staining, London, City of London, Greater London, England;
Stott [2016:139:fn24] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms,Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.2
      ;
Stott [2016:138-9] states: "He m. before 24 Feb. 1647, ELEANOR (____) (C____) (KIFFORD) PHILLIPS, when she received a legacy in the will of a "neighbor" William Frithe, as Eleanor, wife of James Bincks citizen and saddler of London. [21] Clues in James's will and elsewhere suggest Eleanor/Ellen had at least three prior husbands. The will mentions "John Phillips schoolmaster who was son of Richard Phillips one of the husbands of my said late wife deceased:' She was apparently the widow Ellen Kifford of All Saints [Hallows] Staining, London, who married Richard Phillips of Limehouse, yeoman, in the parish of St. Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, 13 July 1626.l22J ' She was previously married to Thomas Kifford at St. Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, 14 Aug. 1623. [23] Unfortunately, the parish register is torn, leaving the only part of Ellen's surname an initial letter C. On the next line it is stated that Ellen was a widow from St. Smithes Barking, London. Thomas Kifford was buried at St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, 29 Aug 1625.[24]"
Stott [2016:138:fn21] cites: Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 54 Essex, PROB 11/204/50, abstracted in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, 5th ser., 2 (1916-7):110-11.
Stott [2016:139:fn22] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.
Stott [2016:139:fn23] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.
Stott [2016:139:fn24] cites: London Metropolitan Archives, St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, parish registers, included in London, England, Baptisms,Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812, online at Ancestry.com.

Family 1

Thomas Kifford d. b 29 Aug 1625

Family 3

James Bincks b. bt 7 Feb 1601 - 1602, d. b 10 Sep 1665

Citations

  1. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Ancestry of Anne Bincks of Scalford, Leicestershire, Wife of Hanthaniel Dickinson of Wethersfield and Hadley, and Mother of William Gull of Hatfield", The NEHG Register Vol. 170, No. 678, pp. 133-144 (Spring 2016): pp. 138-9. Hereinafter cited as "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks."
  2. [S4721] Clifford L. Stott, "Stott [2016] Ancestry of Anne Bincks", p. 139.