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Younge, Margaret

Female Abt 1568 - Aft 1619


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  • Born  Abt 1568  Of Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Died  Aft 1618 
    Person ID  I07204  My Genealogy
    Last Modified  21 May 2015 

    Father  Younge, John,   b. Abt 1520, Of Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. 4 Aug 1589, Bristol Cathedral, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Wadham, Joan,   b. Abt 1533, Of Merrifield, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. 14 Jun 1603, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Abt 1563  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F01087  Group Sheet

    Family  Boteler, Nicholas,   b. Abt 1560, Of Badminton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1618 
    Married  2 Sep 1582  Stinsford, Devon, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Boteler, Joan,   b. Abt 1595, Of Badminton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1605
     2. Boteler, Frances,   b. Abt 1597, Of Badminton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1605
     3. Boteler, John,   b. Abt 1597, Of Badminton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Boteler, Robert,   b. Abt 1598, Of Great Badminton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Boteler, Allan,   c. 29 Jan 1601, Great Badminton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  21 Feb 2015 
    Family ID  F02586  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • A Margaret Young marries a Nicholas Butler 1582 at Stinton, Dorset?

      Will of William Boteler(coincidence of Great Badminton? See Ann Bridgeman will of Great Badminton??)
      BOTELER, William - of Great Badminton, Glouc., Esq., 1575/6 [18 Eliz I]
      I have limitted and appointed all my manors, lands, etc., in Gloucestershire after my decease to the use of the executors of my last will and testament for the term of 40 years or under, as by writing indented dated 20 Jul [18 Eliz I], between me and Henry NEWTON of East Harptree, Somerset, Esq., interest and estate of my brother Robert BOTELER; my daughters Frauncys BOTELER and Elizabeth BOTELER - £500; to my sister Margaret at her marriage - £200; to my brother Edmond BOTELER - annuity of £5; if I should die without male issue, my brother Robert shall have my manors; to brothers William BOTELER and Henry BOTELER - annuity of £4 until they be advanced unto some copyhold lands for term of there lives in possession within the manors of Great Badmanton or Hawkesbury of the yearly value of £6,13s.,4d.; to my son Nicholas BOTELER - all my goods and chattles.
      Executors: friends Thomas THROCKM{OR}TON, Thomas IVYE Esquires, and Robert BOTELER gent.
      Overseers: Sir Nicholas POINTZ, Sir Richard BARKELYE, knights, and Henry NEWTON, Esq.
      Proved at London 9 Nov 1586 (PCC) by Francis CLERK, n.p., attorney of Robert BOTELER, one of the executors. PRO Ref: PROB 11/69
      Badminton belonged from the mid-13th century to the Boteler family, who continued as successful gentry into the 16th century. By the early 17th century, however, Nicholas Boteler was in financial difficulties and in 1612 was obliged to sell Badminton to Edward, fourth Earl of Worcester
      National Archives:
      Counterpart of Deed of Feoffment SAS/PN/799 24 Jul 1595
      Contents: By NYCHOLAS BOTELER of Great Badminton, esq., to JEROM VIZER als VISAR of Hawkesburye, yoman, - for £200 - of the scyte of the manor, capital messuage and farm of Hawkesbury called Hawkesburyes Barnes within the manor, lordship or parish of Hawkesburye And all houses, lands &c. belonging And all the sheepe sleight pasture ground and feeding for shepe to be kept and fedd in or upon the grounds called Swangrove in Hawkesburye And all the tythes of corne and haye and one moiety of the tithes of lambes out of the premises Together with a parcel of wood and woody ground containing 4 acres and 7.skore Lugges appointed out to be enclosed out of a coppice called Hennell Coppice in Hawkesburye. Rent, £11.0.10
      Signature, Jerom. Visar and seal
      Witnesses:- Jhon Brydgs, Thomas Erbury, Ralphe Mason
      Counterpart of Lease SAS/PN/811 15 Jan 1602 Contents:
      By NICHOLAS BOTELER of Great Badminton esq., and MARGARET his wife, to RICHARD STIFFE of Ingeston in Hawkesbury, carpenter, Whereby After reciting Lease of 20 May, 39 Eliz. (No. SAS/PN/802) And an Assignment of 21 Sep., 40 Eliz. by Richard Marten and Alexander Marten to William Marten of North Nybly
      The said Nicholas Boteler and Margaret - for £10 - demised to the said Richard Stiffe the said premises. Term, 99 years, if the said Richard Stiffe, Katherine his wife and Richard Stiffe their son or any of them should so long live. Rent, 20s.7d
      Mark of Ri. Stiffe, seal gone
      Witnesses:- Robt. Bishoppe, Richard Smythe, Richard Tounesend, Thomas Walter
      In the mid C12, Redlynch belonged to Henry Lovel of Castle Cary (d 1194). The estate continued in the possession of Henry Lovelís descendants until the late C14, when it seems to have been acquired by James FitzJames (d c 1391) (VCH 1999). James FitzJamesí great-grandson, Sir John, Chief Justice of the Kingís Bench, owned a house at Redlynch which in 1538 included a great chamber over a parlour. Sir John FitzJames died c 1542, and was succeeded by his cousin, Sir Nicholas, who improved the house. In 1617, Sir Nicholasí nephew, John FitzJames, sold Redlynch to Sir Robert Gorges of Bristol, with whose family the property remained until it was conveyed in 1672 to Sir Stephen Fox in settlement of a debt (ibid).

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      Norton of Abbots Leigh, etc. DD\SAS\C/795/BK/19 1618 1 doc
      Contents: Agreement: Nicholas Botiller of Devizes(co.Wilts.)esq., and wife Margt., and Geo.Norton of Abbots Leigh, esq., and Nich.Strangways of Melbury Sampford (co.Dorset), esq; reciting that Botiller has delivered £1000 to Norton, etc., of which £300 has been repaid; and agreeing that the remaining £700 is to be held to the benefit of Botiller and his wife, and their children. 17 Nov.16 Jas.I
      [Also listed by Winstanley as APD 94].