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Family: Blatch, John/Ballard, Elinor (F03380)

m. Abt. 1760


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  • Father | Male
    Blatch, John

    Born  Abt. 1735  Of Bratton, Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  Abt. 1785  Bratton, Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried     
    Married  Abt. 1760  Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father   
    Mother   

    Mother | Female
    Ballard, Elinor

    Born     
    Christened  4 Oct 1738  Bratton, Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  Aft 1756   
    Buried     
    Father  Ballard, John Aldridge | F02974 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Froud, Ann | F02974 Group Sheet 

  • Notes 
    • Will of John Blatch, of Bratton, gentleman, brother-in-law Wm. Aldridge Ballard, of Bratton, esquire, and to his " relation " Henry Blatch, of Winterbourne Dancy, gentleman, their heirs, &c., two freehold messuages, &c., at Bratton, with the gardens, &c., now in the several occupations of Moses Chapman and James Cook ; and all the parcels of arable ground at or near Bratton, containing 4 acres, to the use of his wife, Eleanor, for the term of her natural life ; then to the use of his son, John Blatch, his heirs, &c. ; and in case the said son be in his minority on his mother's death, the trustees are to receive the rents and profits from the said messuage, &c., and apply them for John's benefit as they think fit. Also to the said William Aldridge Ballard and Henry Blatch, their heirs, &c., all mess ages, &c., held under Lord Weymouth in Bratton for lives, to . hold to them during the said hves in trust for his wife during her hfe, and then in trust for his son John, the rents and profits to be received by them if, on his mother's death, he be still in liis minority, and to be applied for his benefit as they think fit ; And whereas by his marriage settlement he settled certain messuages, &c., on his wife for her life, and afterwards to the first and other sons of the marriage, with a power reserved for raising out of the said premises ^300 for the benefit ot any younger children of the marriage, he bequeathes the said 300 to the said trustees for the use of his daughter, Sarah Blatch, to be paid her at the age of 21, or on her marriage if she marry with the approbation of her mother and the said trustees, but if she marry without such consent, to the use of his said son John. To his said wife, he bequeathes the use, during her life, of all his household goods, which after her decease are to be divided among his children, Philip Ballard Blatch and the said John and Sarah Blatch equally. To his said trustees a mourning ring each ; the rest of his chattels are to be converted into money, and such money to be placed at interest on Government or land security for his wife, and after her decease, the said interest to be equally divided among his said children at their ages of 21 years, or one dying before the others, between the survivors, and if on his wife's decease they arc in their minority, the said trustees are to apply the interest for their benefit as they think fit; Wife, and William Aldridge Ballard and Henry Blatch, exors. Dated 23 February 1784. [Proved at Sarum 4 October 1785.]