William STANBOROWE

Father: STANBOROWE

Family 1:
  1. Josiah STANBOROUGH
  2. Mary STANBOROUGH
  3. Alice STANBOROUGH

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Notes

The Will of William Stanborowe of Canons Ashby in the County of Northampton, yeoman, 19 Nov. 1642. To son Josias Stanborow my house, messuage, and tenement, with the appurtenances as they are now used, lying in the town of Banbury in the County of Oxford on the south side of a street called "ye Beastmarket," and now in the use and occupation of William Sanedge, stuffweaver. To brother James Stanborow all wearing apperel. To son-in-law Robert Raynford and Mary his wife, and the heirs of the said Mary, the other house with the appurtenances as they are now used, lying in the said town of Banbury and adjoining to the house on the Beastmarket aforesaid, and now in the use and occupation of Raph Laurance, day labourer. Son Robert Rainsford residuary legatee and executor. [Signed] William Stanbarrow. Witnesses: Wm. Sprigg and Wm. Allen.

Proved 1 May 1647 by Robert Rainsford.

["Will: Stanborowe" witnessed the will of Richarde Warde of Canons Ashbye, 12 September 1630. (Waters's Gleanings, p. 1443.)

"15 (9) 1647 Josias Stanborrough granted unto Hezekiah Usher of Boston Bookseller a Letter of AttorneyÉto aske &c: the rents of a house & garden in BanburyÉgiven & bequeathed to him by the last will &c of Wm. Stanborrough his Father late of Cannons Ashbie in Northamptonshire deceased." (Aspinwall's Notarial Records, p. 104.).

("Genealogical Research in England", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. LXIII, April, 1909, p. 166.)


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