Thomas BATE born circa 1430 Lydd, died circa 1485-6
Spouse: Margaret CAULKIN
Children: Juliane; Thomas; John; Alice
Juliane BATE died after 1490
Spouse: William ADAMS / ADAM born circa 1470 of Lydd
Thomas BATE of Lydd, Parish of All Hallows, co. Kent died 1485
Spouse: Margaret CAULKIN died 10/14/1490
Children: John; Juliane; Thomas; Alice; Agnes married Beecheer
John BATE jurate, of All Hallows Parish/Lidd, Kent, died Jul - Sept1522, gentleman
Children: Andrew; Thomas
Andrew BATE died at Lydd circa 2/22/1532-3
Children: John; Joan married James Robyns; Simon died 9/25/1545; William bailiff, died 1563-4 married ? & Elizabeth Collyer; Katherine; Thomas born after 1572 died 6/18/1578 married Margaret Gervis?, Elizabeth Collyer (William's widow) who married 3 John Hebbelthwaite
John BATES of Lydd baptized 8/22/1562 buried 3/1/1579-80
Spouse: Mildred WARD married 10/28/1546; buried 6/2/1577; he married (2) 6/15/1579 Mary Bennett
Children: James, yeoman, died 3/2/1614, married Mary Martine; Mary married 9/25/1567 Robert Tookey; Thomas mar Elizabeth Hebbelthwaite 2/2/1580, d 1547; Andrew bapt 31 Jan 1562-3 married Margaret ?, Judith Ansel & Elizabeth Essex; John buried 3/1/1579
James BATE, yeoman, died at Lydd 3/2/1614
Spouse: Mary MARTINE born 1550 in Lydd, married 6/6/1580, daughter of James Martine & Joan Adams
Children: Clement born circa 1595, baptized 1/22/1595, died 9/17/1671; Edward born Lydd All Hallows co. Kent ENG died Weymouth Norfolk MA [may not be brother, see notes]; James , husbandman, born Lydd baptized 12/2/1582; came on "Elizabeth" 1635; died Dorchester Suffolk MA married Alice Glover of Saltwood ENG; George of Boston, freeman 1636; Robert bapt 5 March 1580 d 1610 married Judith Burworth & Anne ?; Anna baptized 8/2/1584, buried 7/21/1586; Anna baptized 8/21/1586, buried 11/7/1587 John baptized 11/17/1588, buried 3/6/1606; Thomas baptized 7/19/1590; Edward born 10/8/1592, buried 10/3/1616; Joseph baptized 2/5/1598; Mary baptized 8/24/1600; Isaac baptized 2/21/1601-2; Joanna; Rachel baptized 2/5/1604; Martha baptized 12/28/1605 buried 1/15/1606
Clement BATES, tailor, baptized 1/22/1595 Lydd All Hallows Kent ENG, origins Biddenden, Kent, died "Sabb. day night" 9/17/1671 Hingham MA buried 9/19/1671; came from ENG with wife, 5 children & 2 servants with brother James 1635 on the "Elizabeth", freeman 1636
Spouse: Anna ___ born 1595 ENG died 10/1/1669 Hingham MA age 74; married in ENG circa 1620
Children: James born circa 1621 ENG, married Ruth Lyford daughter of John; Clement born 1623 ENG drowned 11/1639 Hingham MA; John, baptized Biddenden Kent 8 Oct 1624, bur. there 18 Ded. 1624; Rachel baptized Biddenden 22 Oct 1626 died 6/1647 Hingham; Joseph baptized Biddenden 28 Sep 1628 died 4/30/1706 Hingham, married Esther Hilliard 1/9/1657/8 Hingham [AMR] daughter of William; Child, buried Biddenden 2 Apr 1631 unbaptized; Benjamin baptized Biddenden 24 Jun 1632, died 11/28/1678 Hingham married Jane Weeks daughter of George; constable of Hingham 1665, soldier in King Philip's War; Samuel baptized 3/24/1639 Hingham MA, married Lydia Lapham daughter of Thomas 2/20/1667 MA
James BATES born circa 1621 ENG died 7/5/1689 Hingham MA
Spouse: Ruth LYFORD; married 4/19/1643 Hingham MA [AMR] died in Hingham 9 March 1689-90
Children: Rachel born 9/6/1659 married Caleb Lincoln; Hopestill baptized 12/12/1644 died same day; Clement baptized 10/19/1645 died young; James; John born in Scituate 1649 died 7 June 1690; Ruth baptized 9/2/1651; Joseph baptized 11/20/1653 wife Anna; Benjamin born 7/15/1655 married Mary Leavitt; Solomon born 8/23/1657; Sarah baptized 6/9/1661; A daughter born 9/21/1663
Rachel BATES born 9/6/1659 Hingham MA died 5/17/1706 Hingham
Spouse: Caleb LINCOLN married 5/8/1684 Hingham MA [AMR]
Children: Ruth born 2/11/1685; Caleb born 2/6/1687 died as infant; Rachel born 6/20/1688; Anna born 9/16/1690 died 5/5/1725 Hingham; Silence born 12/26/1692 died 3/11/1760 married Peter Ripley; Lukeborn 3/27/1695 died Leicester Worcester MA; all born Hingham MA
Some discussion over lineage of Clement Bates: one source has James, John, Andrew, John with children Clement, James & George; second source has father of Clement as James married to Mary Martine.
The Great Migration: Clement Bate. Origin Biddenden, Kent. Migration: 1635 on the "Elizabeth". First Residence: Hingham. Occupation: Taylor. Church Membership: Admission to Hingham church prior to 3 March 1635/6 implied by freemanship. Freeman: 3 March 1635/6 (third in a sequence of three Hingham men) [MBCR 1:371]. Education: Signed a deed: Offices: Hingham selectman, 20 March 1642/3, 14 Feb 1647/8, 1 Jan 1649/50, 1 Jan 1651/2 [HiTR, 1642-1651, pp 3, 12, 18, 27]. Estate: "The several parcels of land and meadow legally given unto Clement Bates by the town of Hingham": 3 July 1636, "for a houselot five acres": 1635, "for a planting lot ten acres"; 4 June 1636, "for a great lot twenty acres," in two pieces, one of eighteen acres and one of two acres, 5 June 1635, three acres of meadow, 20 Nov 1637, "for a small planting lot two acres"; 5 Mar 1637/8, one acre and a quarter of fresh meadow," which Clement Bate relinquished to James Buck; [no date], one acre of salt march; 1647 "one acre of salt marsh at Conyehasset ... the 21 lot in the first division ... which acre of meadow was given in satisfaction for meadow given him at Nantascus"; 1647, "one acre and half of salt marsh at Conyehassett ... the 19th lot in the third division"; and 1647 "liberty to set a barn upon the common over against his house" [HiBOP 59]. /// On 2 Mar 1640[/1], "Clement Bates of Hingham" sold to John Stoddar Sr. of Hingham "one house lot in Hingha aforesaid containing by estimation two acres ... which said house lot was formerly Johnathan Bozward of Hingham ..., and also one great lot containing twn acres of land ... which said great lot was given to the aforesaid Bozward by the town of Hingham" [SLR 6:40-41]. /// In his will. dated 12 Oct 1669 and proved 2 Nov 1671, "Clement Bate of Hingham" bequeathed to "James Bate my eldest son my house lot next adjoining to my son Joseph Bate containing five acres more or less given unto me by the town of Hingham," also "one half of my planting lot lying upon Pleasant Hill containing ten acres ... only he shall have but one quarter of the swamp that lies at the southernmost end of the planting land the other quarter to Benjamin Bate my son," also "one half of my meadow lying at the upper end of Broadcove Meadow except about three-quarters of an acre joining to Nicholas Baker's meadow ... the which parcel I give unto my on Joseph Bate" £10 to be paid by "my son Samuell Bate," also "one piece of salt meadow lying at Conihassett in the first division"; to "Benjamin Bate my son" £10 to be paid by "James Bate his bother"; to "Samuell Bate my son one half of my planting lot lyingon Pleasant Hill, together with one half of the swamp lying lying beneath the planting hill," also "one half of my meadow lying at the upper end of Broadcove Meadows," also "my now dwelling house with all other outhouses thereunto belonging with that lot of five acres the house stands upon," also one ox; to "my four sons James, Joseph, Benjamin & Samuell all my household stuff"; James Bate to be executor and to pay to "Mr Hubbard our pastor" 20s. [SPR 7:159-60]. /// Birth: Baptized Lydd, Kent, 26 Jan 1594/5, son of James and Mary (Martine?) Bate [NEHGR 51:269]. (The baptismal date given here is from the Lydd Bishop's Transcripts, and differs slightly from the version published in 1897.) Death: Hingham 17 Sep 1671 "aged 81 years died Sabbath Day night" [NEHGR 121:126]. Marriage: By about 1621 Ann ___. On 1 Oct 1669 "Clement Bates wife died" at Hingham [NEHG 121:124]. Children: i. James, b.. about 1621 (aged 14 in 1635 [Hotten 48]); m. Hingham 19 Apr 1643 Ruth Lyford [NEHGR 121:15], daughter of John Lyford [GMB 2:1215]. ii. Clement, b. about 1623 (aged 12 in 1635 [Hotten 48]); drowned at Hingham in Nov 1639 [NEHGR 121:12]. iii. John, bp Biddenden, Kent, 18 Oct 1624; bur. there 18 Dec 1624 [NEHGR 66:54]. iv. Rachel, bp. Biddenden 22 Oct 1626 [NEHGR 66:54]; "Rachell Bate died the daughter of Clement Bate" at Hingham in June 1647 [NEHGR 121:30]. v. Joseph, bp Biddenden 28 Sep 1628 [NEHGR 66:54]; m. Hingham [blank] Jan 1657/8 Esther Hilliard (this marriage immediately follows a marriage dated 8 Jan 1657/8, and so may have occurred on that day or later in the month [NEHGR 121:107]). vi. Child, bur. Biddenden 2 Apr 1631, unbaptized [NEHGR 66:54]. vii. Benjamin, bp Biddenden 24 June 1632 [NEHGR 66:54]; m. by an unknown date Jane Weeks, daughter of George Weeks (in her will of 29 Jan 1666, Jane Humphrey [widow successively of George Weeks and Jonas Humphrey] bequeathed to "my son-in-law Benjamin Bate Mr. Taylor's book on the 32 psalm" [Stevens-Miller Anc 1:271-73, citing SPR 5:108]). viii. Samuel, bp. Hingham 24 Mar 1638/9 [NEHGR 121:11]; m. Hingham 20 Feb 1666/7 Lydia Lapham, daughter of Thomas Lapham [HiVR 11]. (Hobart takes notice of the mrriage, but without providing the bride's name [NEHGR 121:119]). Associations: Brother of James Bate of Dorchester. Comments: On 6 Apr 1635, "Clement Bates," aged 40, tailor, "Ann Bates," aged 50, with five children: "James Bates," aged 14, "Clement Bates," aged 12, "Rachell Bates," aged 8, "Joseph Bates," aged 5, and "Ben[jamin] Bates," aged 22, and two servants "Jo[hn] Wynchester," aged 19, and "Jarvice Gold," aged 30, were enroled at London as passengers for New England on the "Elizabeth" [Hotten 48]. On 6 May 1657, the General Court answered the petition of Anne Bate regarding Lydia Buck [MBCR 3:434, 4:1:293].
Early American Marriage Records: Caleb Lincoln married Rachel Bates 5/8/1684 Hingham MA. Joseph Bates married Esther Hilliard 1/9/1658 Hingham MA
Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families: pg 23 Clement came from Hertfordshire Eng 1635 according to the certificate of emigration at the age of 40, a passenger in the "Elizabeth" Wlm Stagg Master, from London, with his wife Ann and 5 children, James 14 yrs, Clement 12, Rachel 8, Joseph 5, Benjamin 2 and settled in Hingham. Family records & tradition state that he died 9/17/1671 at the age of 81 and that Edward of Weymouth, George of Boston, and James of Dorcheste were his brothers. Pg 300 Clement also had a son Samuel in 1639. He was descended from Thomas of Lydd, Parish of All Hallows who died 1485, through John, Andrew, John & James.
Founders & Patriots: Bates, Clement Jan 22, 1595 - Sept 17, 1671 m Ann Blythe (Bliss) MA
American Gen.: Bates (Bate) Clement (1589-1671) from Eng in the "Elizabeth" to Hingham MA 1635; freeman 1636; m Ann _____. Bates, Clement, (1589-1671) son of James, m Mary Martin; gson of John, m Mildred Ward; from Eng in the "Elizabeth" to Hingham MA 1635; freeman 1636; m Ann _____ (d 1669 ag 74). Bates(Bate) James (1582-1655; son of James m Mary Martin of Lydd Kent Co Eng; desc John Bates, 1415, legendary soldier in battle of Agincourt; from Eng in the "Elizabeth to Dorchester MA 1635; freeman 1636; elder; selectman 1636; rep Gen Ct 1641; m 1603 Alice Glover (d 1657). 6-17 Apr 1635 Passengers embarked in the "Elizabeth", Mr. Wlm Stagg, bound from London to NE. Clement Bates, tailor 40, (his wife) Ann Bates 40, and their 5 children James 14, Clement 12, Rachell 8, Joseph 5, Benjamin 2, and their servants John Wynchester 19 & Jarvice Gold 30.
Topographical pg 80-1: BATE, Clement; Lydd Kent; Hingham MA; Ref Pope. BATE, James; Lydd Kent; Dorchester; Ref Pope
Gen Reg of First Settlers of NE pg 29: BATES, CLEMENT, was admitted freeman 1636. EDWARD, Boston, a 1636, freeman 1638, and the representative of Weymouth, where he probably settled, from 1638 to 1641, and 1660. GEORGE, Boston, freeman 1636. Belknap, i. Hist. N.H. 36. JAMES, Dorchester and Hingham, freeman 1636, representative 1641 from Hingham. pg 336 BATES, EDWARD, , Weymouth, freeman 1638. There were two of this name, one of whom was of Boston, and the freeman of 1637.
Pioneers MA pg 38: BATE, Clement, was bapt at Lydd co Kent Eng 1/22/1595, son of James B. yeoman & bro of James B. of Dorchester [Reg LI 268.] He was a tailor. He came in the Elizabeth 4/1635 ae 40 with wife Ann ae 40, ch. James ae 14, Clement ae 12, Rachel ae 8, Joseph ae 5, & Benjamin ae 2. Res in Hingham. From 3/3/1635-6 propr. Ch b in Hingham Samuel bapt 3/24/1639, Clement Jr drowned in 1639, Rachel d 6/1647. The wife Anna d 10/1/1669. He d "Sabb. day night" 9/17/1671 [Hob] Will dated 10/12/1669 prob 2(9)1671, gave est to his 4 sons James, Joseph, Benjamin & Samuel. /P/ BATE, Mr. James, husbandman ae 53 with wife Alice ae 52 dau Lydia ae 20, Marie ae 17, Margaret ae 12, James ae 9, came in the Elizabeth 4/17/1635. He was a son of James B. of Lydd Kent Eng bapt 12/2/1562. Settled at Dorchester; propr 2/18/1635-6; frm 12/7/1636; ruling elder of the chh, deputy, town officer. His will prob 17(11)1655, names wife Alice, sons Richard & James & dau Margaret Gibson. The widow d 14(6)1657.
Genealogical Dictionary of New England
138: BATES, BENJAMIN, Hingham, youngest s. of Clement that he brot. from Eng. was
freem. 1672, and d. of smallpox 28 Nov. 1678. He was a lieut. 12 *
had w. Jane, nam. in his will, made two weeks bef. his d. giv. est. to her and the
ch. of his br. hav. as we are therefore led to infer, no ch. of his own. BENJAMIN, Hingham, s. of James of the same, prob.
rem. after d. of his f. to Huntington, L. I., but many yrs. bef. was a
soldier in Dec. 1675 of Johnson's comp. CLEMENT, Hingham, a tailor, said to be from Co.
Herts, but more prob. from Kent, came in the
Elizabeth, 1635, aged 40, with w. Ann, 40, and ch. James, 14; Clement, 12; Rachel], 8; Joseph, 5; Benjamin, 2; and two
serv. and here had
Samuel, and perhaps other ch. was freem. 3 Mar. 1636, and d. 17 Sept. 1671. CLEMENT, Hingham, s. of the
preced. brot. from Eng. by his f. d. bef. 1669, leav. wid. Ruth, wh. in a petitn. to the
governm. of the Col. Apr. 1676, set forth, that she had two s. Clement and Solomon,
serv. with Capt. Lothrop when "the flower of Essex" was slain, that Clement was k. by the Ind. soon after at Westfield, wherefore she pray.
that Solomon might be disch. 1682; Ebenezer, 1 Mar. 1686; and Ann, 23 Aug. 1695. JAMES, Dorchester,
husbandman, came in the Elizabeth, 1635, aged 53; with w. Alice, 52; and ch. Lydia, 20; Mary, 17; Margaret, 12; and James, 9;
freem. 7 Dec.
1636, selectman next yr. and after; rep. for Hingham, 1641. He was perhaps br. of Clement, and d. 1655. His wid. d. 14 Aug. 1657. Lydia m.
Roger Williams of D.; Mary m. Hopestill Foster; and Margaret m. Christopher Gibson. He had a s. Richard,
wh. liv. at a hamlet, call.
the town of Lid in Co. Kent, whence, prob. the fam. came. JAMES, Hingham, eldest s. prob. of Clement of the same, m. 19 Apr. 1642, or 3,
Ruth Lyford, that may be conject. as d. of Rev. John, left by him when he went to
Virg. had John, b. 1619 at Scituate, where he liv. some yrs. but ret. to H. had Benjamin.
bapt. 15 July 5, perhaps others; and d. 5 July 1689. He petitn. the Gov. and Assist. for relief on acco. of two s. prest into the
serv. against the Ind. His wid. d. 9 Mar. foll. Deane thot. him s. of James of Dorchester, but so do not I. His d. Rachel m. 8 May 1684,
Caleb Lincoln. JOSEPH, Hingham, s. of Clement, b. in Eng. m. Jan. 1659, Esther Hilliard, perhaps d. of Anthony of the same, had
Joseph, Caleb, Hannah, Joshua, Bathsheba, Clement, Eleazer, and perhaps others. He was
freem. 1672. JOSEPH, Hingham, s. of the preced. m. 3
Jan. 1684, Mary, d. of the first Samuel Lincoln. SAMUEL, Hingham, youngest s. of Clement the first, m.
1666, Lydia, d. of Thomas Lapham of Scituate, was freem. 1672.
History of Hingham: Bates, Clement, aged 40 years with Anna his wife, who also was 40 years of age, and five children embarked at London for New England April 6, 1635, in the ship "Elizabeth," of which William Stagg was master. he came to Hingham about the time Rev. Peter Hobart and his followers arrived, and on the 18th of September 1635 received a grant of land on Town (South) Street. This lot contained five acres and was bounded on the NE by George Russell and SW by Thomas Johnson. It was the fifth in number from Bachelor (Main) Street and has been in possession of the descendants of the original grantee for nearly two and a half centuries. In 1883 the estate, including the ancient dwelling house formerly known as the "Anchor Tavern," was sold to the owners of the land adjoining. A portion of the estate, however, has since been repurchased; and on the spot where the old house stood a dwelling of modern style has been erected, which is occupied by a descendant. /P/ The name Bate was a common one in England for nearly two centuries before the Puritans took their departure for New England, and the ancestors of Clement are traceable for five generations prior to that period; thus, Thomas Bate of Lydd, Parish of All Hallows, died in 1485, leaving a son John, who died in 1522. John (Thomas) had a son Andrew who died at Lynn in 1533, leaving four sons. Andrew  (John  Thomas ) had a son John  of Lydd who died there in 1580, leaving three sons, one of whom, James , who died at Lydd in 1614, was the father of Clement of Hingham MA and also of Edward, who settled at Wey. MA and James of Dor MA. Anna, wife of Clement, died in Hingham 1 October 1669 --t 74 years. Clement died 17 September 1671, --t 76 years. In his will dated at Hingham 12 October 1669, gives to eldest son James, "my house lot next adjoining to my son Joseph containing four acres which was given unto me by the town. To sons Joseph and Benjamin, land and other valuables. To son Samuel, my now dwelling house with the lot of five acres which the house stands upon. Also all my household stuff to my four sons," etc. The children of Clement and Anna Bates were
Who Beget Thee? BATES James Bates 1582 1655 Son of James Bate of Lydd Kent Eng who died in England March 2 1614. Baptized Dec 2 1582. Came from England with the Fosters in the Elizabeth in 1635 and settled at Dorchester He was a cousin of widow Patience Foster He married in 1603 Alice Glover of Saltwood Eng b 1583 For centuries the family of Bate or Bates was seated at the old town of Lydd county of Kent and for successive generations held the offices of Chief Magistrate and Jurat. Thomas Bate was of the manor and estate of Jaques Court and also tenant of the manor of New Langport both near Lydd Master James Bates brought with him from England his wife Alice and four children He was ruling elder of the church selectman several years and Deputy in 1640 He died in 1655 leaving estate in England and in Massachusetts His widow died Aug 14 1657 His son Richard lived at Lydd Eng and was the only one of his family left behind in the emigration to America Richard was named trustee in his father's will but died March 6 1656 Another son James born 1626 lived in Dorchester and settled his father's estate there Mary Bates 1619 1703 Daughter of James Born in England Baptized Nov 21 1619 Married about 1639 Hope still Foster Died Jan 5 1703 /P/ BATES Clement Bates 1595 1671 Son of James Bate of Lydd Kent Eng Brother of James of Dorchester see p 16 Came to America in the Elizabeth in 1635 with wife Anna and five children Settled at Hingham where he was a grantee of Sept 18 1635 The old Anchor Tavern was on a portion of his estate His wife Anna died at Hingham Oct 1 1669 aet 74 Clement Bates died Sept 17 1671 Sabb day night Hobart His oldest son James who married Ruth daughter of Rev John Ly ford was made his executor Joseph Bates 1630 1706 Son of Clement Born in England in 1630 Married at Hingham Jan 9 1658 Esther daughter of William Hilliard Was selectman at Hingham for many years Died April 30 1706 Joshua Bates 1671 1757 Son of Joseph Born at Hingham Aug 14 1671 Married Jan 15 1696 Rachel daughter of Ibrook Tower Died at Hingham in April 1757 Hon John Lewis Bates b 1859 who was elected governor of the state of Massachusetts Nov 4 1902 is a descendant of Joshua and of the 9th generation from Clement Rachel Bates 1696 1780 Daughter of Joshua Born at Hingham July 14 1696 Married Dec 14 1715 Andrew Beal Died Nov 20 1780 Another emigrant member of this family was Edward Bates who settled at Weymouth Just what his relationship was to James and Clement has not been established From Edward was descended Joshua Bates of Weymouth b 1788 whose munificence endowed and permanently founded the Boston Public Library He died in London Eng as head of the house of Baring Brothers & Company in 1864
Genealogical & Family History of the State of ME: The emigrant ancestor it is supposed was a direct descendant of Thomas Bate of Lydd county Kent England who died in 1485 leaving a son John. John Bate of All Hallows Parish county Kent who died 1522 was probably the son of this Thomas .John Bates was the jurat of Lydd and he left by will about twenty pounds to the church there. He was buried March 1 1580. He married first October 28 1546 Mildred Ward who was buried June 2 1577. He married second June 16 1579 Mary Bennett. Children of John and Mildred Mary James Thomas and Andrew. James the eldest son married June 6 1580 Mary Martine. He died March 2 1614. Their children were Robert James Anna John Thomas Edward Clement Joseph Mary Isaac Rachel and Martha I Clement Bate the American ancestor was the sixth son of James and Mary Mar tine Bate of Lydd county Kent England and was there baptized January 22 1595 The list of Emigrants to America shows that Clement Bate aged forty years taylor with wife Ann five children and two servants embarked at London for New England April 6 1635 1n tne sn1P Elizabeth He arrived at Hingham Massachusetts September 18 same year and was granted five acres of land which has since been almost constantly in the possession of his descendants. He died at Hingham September 17 1671 aged seventy six years and his wife Ann died there October 1 1669 aged seventy four Children James born 1621 Clement 1623 Rachel 1627 Joseph 1630 Benjamin 1633 Samuel of whom further
New England Historical & Genealogical Register Vol. 51: The following is arranged from data obtained in England by the late Isaac C. Bates Esq (see memoir REGISTER vol 31 p 141) and now in the collections of the N E Hist Gen Society supplemented by some late investigations of the writer..The History of Hingham states that Edward Bate of Weymouth was a brother of James Bate of Dorchester and Clement Bate of Hingham, but this is doubtful as the Edward mentioned in their father's will probably died in 1616. 1 JOHN BATE. júrate. Lldd .d between 31 July and 17 Sept 1522 mar and had i Thomas, ii Andrew d 1533. 2 ANDREW BATE d abt 22 Feb 1532-3 mar and had i Joan mar James Robyns jun,ii Simon d 1545 bur 25 Sept ,iii William d bet 13 Nov 1563 and 8 May 1564, iv John bur 1 Mch 1579, v Katherine, vi Thomas b after 1532 d 18 June 1578. 3 WILLIAM BATE bailiff died between 13 Nov 1663 and 8 May 1564, mar (1) ___ , mar (2) 19 Oct 1562 Elizabeth Collyer. i Elizabeth mar 22 Sept 1561 Gregory Essex, ii. Agnes bapt 6 May 1545 m John Bourne, iii. John bapt 22 Aug 1562. 4 JOHN BATE bur 1 March 1579, mar (1) 28 Oct 1546 Mildred Ward, bur 2 June 1577, mar (2) 15 June 1579 Mary Bennett. i. Mary mar 25 Sept 1567 Robt Tookey, ii James d 2 Mch 1614, iii. Thomas mar Elizabeth Hebbelthwaite 2 Feb 1580, d 1547. iv. Andrew bapt 31 Jan 1562-3. 5 THOMAS BATE jurat bur 19 June 1578, mar (1) 1558 Margaret Gervis, mar (2) 18 June 1564 Elizabeth Bate widow (wife of his brother William) née Collyer. She mar (3) 18 Jan 1580-1 John Hebbelthwaite. i. Mary bapt 15 Aug 1661, ii. Clement bapt 28 Nov 1563, bur 18 Nov 1623, iii. Thomas bapt 6 Sept 1567 d 5 May 1637, iv. John bapt 30 June 1570, bur 27 May 1600, v. William unborn at father's death bapt 6 July 1578. 6 JAMES BATE, yeoman, d 2 Mch 1614, mar 6 June 1680 Mary Martine. i Robert bapt 5 Mch 1580 d 1610, ii. James bapt 2 Dec 1682, iii. Anna bapt 2 Aug 1584, bur 21 July 1586, iv. Anna bapt 21 Aug 1586 ,bur 7 Nov 1587, v. John bapt 17 Nov 1588, bur 6 Mch 1606, vi. Thomas bapt 19 July 1590, vii. Edward born 8 Oct 1592, bur 3 Oct 1616, viii. Clement bapt 22 Jan 1595 d 17 Sept 1671, ix. Joseph bapt 5 Feb 1598, x. Mary bapt 24 Aug 1600, xi Isaac bapt 21 Feb 1601-2, xii Rachel bapt 5 Feb 1604, xiii Martha bapt 28 Dec 1605 bur 15 Jan 1606, 8 ANDREW BATE, yeoman, b 1563 bur 5 Mch 1610-1 mar (1) Margaret bur 15 Dec 1595 mar (2) 19 Apr 1596 Judith Ansel bur 11 Oct 1606 mar (3) 28 June 1609 Elizabeth Essex, i. Mildred bapt 6 Oct 1583 mar Humphrey Barret, ii. Mary bapt 2 Mch 1686, iii. Elizabeth bapt 24 Mch 1588 bur 28 Feb 1608, iv. Hannah bapt 5 Apr 1590 mar Vincent Prakle, v. Andrew bapt Sept 1592 mar. lic. 16 Mch 1618 to Elizabeth Mellowsy, vi. Thomas bapt 13 Feb 1597 bur 13 June 1598, vii. Judith bapt 15 Dec 1599, viii. Constance bapt 17 Jan 1602 mar Thos Robyns, ix Phebe bapt 4 Dec 1603 bar 5 Sept 1605, x. Phebe bapt 12 Jan 1606, xi. John bapt 22 Apr 1610, xii. William. 9 CLEMENT BATE jurat b 1563 bur 18 Nov 1623, mar 5 June 1592 Margaret Stoppen. She mar (2) 19 Sept 1626 William Wilcocke jurat . i. Clement bapt 8 Aug 1608 bur 17 May 1658. 10 THOMAS BATE b 1567 d 5 May 1637, mar 8 Oct 1589 Joane b 15 Dec 1571 d 15 Sept 1652 daughter of Edward Wilcocke. i. Thomas bapt 28 Men 1591 bur 7 Feb 1592, ii. Katherine bapt 28 Jan 1593, iii. Thomas bapt 27 June 1596 bur 27 Jan 1639, iv. Sibbill bapt 28 Dec 1602 bur 7 Sept 1656 mar Thomas Tookey , i. John bapt 24 Mch 1605 d 16 Apr 1642, ii. Joan bapt 19 Dec 1609. 11 BOBERT BATE b 1580 d 1610 mar (1) 9 Oct 1602 Judith Burworth mar, (2) Anne. i. Mary b 24 July 1603 bur & Aug 1603, ii. Judith bapt 18 Nov 1604, iii. John bapt 11 Oct 1607 bur 7 Nov 1607, iv. Robert bapt 3 Sept 1609 d 1629 tailor of Maidstone Kent mar (1) 12 May 1640 to Margaret Wall and had children William, Robert, Susan, Margaret, Jane, Joice; will proved 15 July 1629. 12 JAMES BATE of Dorchester bapt 2 Dec 1582 d 1655 mar lic. 13 Sept 1603 to Alice Glover of Saltwood b 1583 d 14 Aug 1657 and had i. Thomazine bapt 26 May 1605 bur 6 Apr 1606, ii. William mentioned bapt 19 July 1607 d 29 Sept 1625, iii. Richard bapt 12 Nov 1609 d 6 Mch 1656, iv. Thomazine bnr 16 Apr 1624, v. Lydia bapt 22 Oct 1615 m Roger Williams of Dorchester, vi. Mary bapt 21 Nov 1619 mar Hopestill Foster, vii. Margaret bapt 16 Sept 1621 mar Christ Gibson, viii. John bapt 4 May 1623 bur 15 Sept 1625, ix. James bapt 19 Dec 1624 of Haddam Conn. Thomazine and her brothers are named in will of their grandfather James Bate júrate 1614. 13 CLEMENT BATE b 1595 d 1671 mar Ann d 1 Oct 1669 at Hingham Mass, i. James b abt 1621, ii. Clement b abt 1623 drowned 1639, iii. Rachel b abt 1627 d June 1647, iv. Joseph b abt 1630, v. Benjamin b abt 1633, vi. Samuel bapt 24 Mch 1639 Hingham Mass. 14 THOMAS BATE b 1596 d 1639 mar lic 17 Dec 1619 to Joane b 1598 dau of Wm Wilcocke, i. Mary bapt 21 Nov 1619, ii. Susan bapt 29 June 1623, iii. Rachel bapt 24 Sept 1626 bur 11 Jan 1628, iv. James bapt 18 Jan 1628 bur 14 Nov 1632, v. Joan mar George Carter of Crundall d 27 July 1662. 15 JOHN BATE b 1605 1642 mar Catharine. i. Thomas bapt 25 Mch 1632 d 27 Jan 1667, ii. Catharine bapt 6 Oct 1633 d 1664, iii. Ann bapt 4 Oct 1635 mar Henry Hurst, iv. John bapt 12 Mch 1636 d 31 Oct 1639. 16 RICHARD BATE whose will is page 268 bapt 12 Nov 1609 d 6 Mch 1656, mar lic (1) 3 June 1653 Susan bur 10 Aug 1638 dau of George Isharn of London mar lic (2) 18 Apr 1637. i. Ellen d 17 June 1656 dau of Rev John Wallis of Ashford Eng, ii. James bapt 21 Sept 1634 mar Mary Maynard, iii. Richard bapt 10 Jan 1640, iv. John bapt 16 Dec 1641 d 8 Oct 1662 bur at Ashford, v. Samuel of Ashford Kent d 27 May 1667 legacy to brother Stephen, vi. Stephen d 22 Oct 1724, vii. Anne
Bates, bears and Bunker Hill with a correction or two: In the History of the town of Hingham Mass published by the Town 1893 the following pedigree of Bates is given with the statement that it is traceable for five generations prior to the advent of the Puritans from England. Thomas Bate of Lydd Parish of All Hallows died 1485 leaving, John Bate who died 1522, leaving Andrew Bate of Lydd died 1533, leaving John Bate of Lydd died 1580, leaving James Bate of Lydd who died 1614. He was father of three sons who emigrated to New England namely 1 Clement Bate of Hingham Mass, 2 Edward Bate of Wey Mass, 3 James Bate of Dorr Mass with whom the American families commence their history. With Clement Bates born at Lydd 1595 who at the age of 40 embarked at London April 6th 1635 with his wife Anna and five children in the ship Elizabeth William Stagg Master the history of this branch of the family is transferred to this country. On their arrival here they immediately located at Hingham about thirteen miles south of Boston, and on the 18th of September a tract of land containing about five acres was granted to Clement which has remained in possession of his descendants for two and three quarters centuries. The town of Hingham whose records are also extraordinarily complete has published its History in four volumes of which two are devoted to the genealogies of its early settlers in which that of Bates receives full and ample treatment thus luckily the extraordinary good fortune of the earlier records of Lydd are continued in the History of Hingham, and the family of Bates has been spared the difficulty inaccuracy and expense of preserving to posterity their succeeding generations. Clement died 17th September 1671 aged 76. He had two brothers, Edward who settled at Wey Mass and James who settled at Dorr Mass both leaving descendants. Clement's wife Anna died at Hingham 1st October 1669 aged 74. They had six children; one boy was drowned when 16 years of age the others were Rachael a daughter born 1627 and James born 1621, Joseph born 1630, Benjamin born 1633, and Samuel born 1639 all of whom married and left descendants which have been traced to present times. With the voluminous genealogies proceeding from these progenitors we have nothing to do but will continue the line so far only as it belongs to the particular branch in which we are interested. Joseph the second son was born in England 1630, he was therefore a little boy when the great voyage was made across the ocean that would in these days with such vessels as sailed the seas then terrify us beyond expression. He grew up to manhood and married in 1659 Esther daughter of William Hilliard. The records give them three sons Joseph, Caleb, and Joshua. Joseph the father died in 1706 and his wife three years later.
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 45; Volume 51: The History of Hingham states that Edward Bate of Weymouth was a brother of James Bate of Dorchester and Clement Bate of Hingham, but this is doubtful as the Edward mentioned in their father's will probably died in 1616. 1 JOHN BATE jurate Lidd d between 31 July and 17 Sept 1522 mar and had Thomas, 2 Andrew d 1533. 2 ANDREW BATE d abt 22 Feb 1532-3, mar and had Joan mar James Robyns jun. Simon d 1545 bur 25 Sept; 3 William d bet 13 Nov 1563 and 8 May 1564; 4 John bur 1 Men 1579; Catherine; 5 Thomas b after 1532 d 18 June 1578; 3 WILLIAM BATE bailiff died between 13 Nov 1563 and 8 May 1564 mar 1 mar 2 19 Oct 1562 Elizabeth Collyer; Elizabeth mar 22 Sept 1561 Gregory Essex; Agnes bapt 6 May 1545 m John Bourne; John bapt 22 Aug 1562; 4 JOHN BATE bur 1 March 1579 mar 1 28 Oct 1546 Mildred Ward bur 2 June 1577 mar 2 15 June 1579 Mary Bennettl Mary mar 25 Sept 1567 Robt Tookey; 6 James d 2 Mch 1614; 7 Thomas mar Elizabeth Hebbelthwaite 2 Feb 1580 d 1547 8 Andrew bapt 31 Jan 1562 3. 5 THOMAS BATE jurat bur 19 June 1578 mar 1 1558 Margaret Gervis mar 2 18 June 1564 Elizabeth Bate widow wife of his brother William nee Collyer. She mar 3 18 Jan 1580 1 John Hebbelthwaite. Mary bapt 15 Aug 1561. 9 Clement bapt 28 Nov 1563 bur 18 Nov 1623. 10 Thomas bapt 6 Sept 1567 d 5 May 1637. John bapt 30 June 1570 bur 27 May 1600. William unborn at father's death bapt 6 July 1578. 6 JAMES BATE yeoman d 2 Mch 1614 mar 6 June 1580 Mary Martine, 11 Robert bapt 5 Mch 1580 d 1610 12, James bapt 2 Dec 1582, Anna bapt 2 Aug 1584 bur 21 July 1586, Anna bapt 21 Aug 1586 bur 7 Nov 1587, John bapt 17 Nov 1588 bur 6 Mch 1606, Thomas bapt 19 July 1590, Edward born 8 Oct 1592 bur 3 Oct 1616, 13 Clement bapt 22 Jan 1595 d 17 Sept 1671, Joseph bapt 5 Feb 1598, Mary bapt 24 Aug 1600, Isaac bapt 21 Feb 1601 2, Rachel bapt 5 Feb 1604, Martha bapt 28 Dec 1605 bur 15 Jan 1606, 8 ANDREW BATE yeoman b 1563 bur 5 Mch 1610 1 mar 1 Margaret bur 15 Dec 1595, mar 2 19 Apr 1596 Judith Ansel bur 11 Oct 1606 mar 3 28 June 1609 Elizabeth Essex. Mildred bapt 6 Oct 1583 mar Humphrey Barret, Mary bapt 2 Mch 1686, Elizabeth bapt 24 Mch 1588 bur 28 Feb 1608, Hannah bapt 5 Apr 1590 mar Vincent Prakle, Andrew bapt Sept 1592 mar lie 16 Mch 1618 to Elizabeth Mellowsy, Thomas bapt 13 Feb 1597 bur 13 June 1598, Judith bapt 15 Dec 1599, Constance bapt 17 Jan 1602 mar Thos Robyns, Phebe bapt 4 Dec 1603 bur 5 Sept 1605, Phebc bapt 12 Jan 1606, John bapt 22 Apr 1610, William. 9 CLEMENT BATE jurat b 1563 bur 18 Nov 1623 mar 5 June 1592 Margaret Stnppen. She mar 2 19 Sept 1626 William Wilcocke jurat. Clement bapt 8 Aug 1608 bur 17 May 1658. 10 THOMAS BATE b 1567 d 5 May 1637 mar 8 Oct 1589 Joane b 15 Dec 1571 d 15 Sept 1652 daughter of Edward Wilcocko. Thomas bapt 28 Mch 1591 bur 7 Feb 1592, Katherine bapt 28 Jan 1593, 14 Thomas bapt 27 June 1596 bur 27 Jan 1639, Sibbill bapt 28 Dec 1602 bur 7 Sept 1656 mar Thomas Tookey, 15 John bapt 24 Mch 1605 d 16 Apr 1642, Joan bapt 19 Dec 1609. 11 EGBERT BATE b 1580 d 1610 mar 1 9 Oct 1602 Judith Burworth mar 2 Anne Mary b 24 July 1603 bur 5 Aug 1603, Judith bapt 18 Nov 1604, John bapt 11 Oct 1607 bur 7 Nov 1607, Robert bapt 3 Sept 1609 d 1629 tailor of Maidstone Kent mar lie 12 May 1640 to Margaret Wall and had children William, Robert, Susan, Margaret, Jane, Joice will proved 15 July 1629. 12 JAMES BATE of Dorchester bapt 2 Dec 1582 d 1655 mar He 13 Sept 1603 to Alice Glover of Saltwood b 1583 d 14 Aug 1657 and had Thomazlne bapt 26 May 1605 bur 6 Apr 1606, William mentioned bapt 19 July 1607 d 29 Sept 1626. 16 Richard bapt 12 Nov 1609 d 6 Mch 1656, Thomazine bur 16 Apr 1624, Lydia bapt 22 Oct 1615 m Roger Williams of Dorchester, Mary bapt 21 Nov 1619 mar Hopestill Foster, Margaret bapt 16 Sept 1621 mar Christ Gibson, John bapt 4 May 1623 bur 15 Sept 1625, James bapt 19 Dec 1624 of Haddam Conn, Thomazine and her brothers are named in will of their grandfather James Bate jurate. 1614 13 CLEMENT BATE b 1596 d 1671 mar Ann d 1 Oct 1669 at Hing 1m 11 1 Mass James b abt 1621, Clement b abt 1623 drowned 1639, Rachel b abt 1627 d June 1647, Joseph b abt 1630, Benjamin b abt 1633, Samuel bapt 24 Mch 1639 Hlngham Mass. 14 THOMAS BATE b 1596 d 1639 mar lie 17 Dec 1619 to Joane b 1598 dau of Wm Wilcocke, Mary bapt 21 Nov 1619, Susan bapt 29 June 1623, Rachel bapt 24 Sept 1626 bur 11 Jan 1628, James bapt 18 Jan 1628 bur 14 Nov 1632, Joan mar George Carter of Crundall d 27 July 1662. 16 JOHN BATE b 1605 1642 mar Catharine Thomas bapt 26 Mch 1632 d 27 Jan 1657, Catharine bapt 6 Oct 1633 d 1664, Ann bapt 4 Oct 1636 mar Henry Hurst, John bapt 12 Mch 1636 d 31 Oct 1639. 16 RICHARD BATE whose will Is page 268 bapt 12 Nov 1609 d 6 Mch 1656 mar lie 13 June 1653 Susan bur 10 Aug 1636 dau of George Isham of London mar lie 2 18 Apr 1637, Ellen d 17 June 1656 dau of Rev John Wallls of Ashford Eng, James bapt 21 Sept 1634 mar Mary Maynard, Richard bapt 10 Jan 1640, John bapt 16 Dec 1641 d 8 Oct 1662 bnr at Ashford, Samuel of Ashford Kent d 27 May 16G7 legacy to brother Stephen, Stephen d 22 Oct 1724, Anne. The will of Henry Bate of Lydd proved 8 Aug 1478 mentions his wife Agnes and daughters Agues, Margaret, Joan, and Marian, his father John Bate, John, Thomas, and George son, s of James Bate, Thomas and Julian children of Andrew Bate, John and William sons of Thomas Bate, Margaret daughter of Simon Bate, John son of John Bate Jr. The will of William Bate proved 18 June 1478 mentions wife Marian and brother John Bate. The will of Thomas Bate dated 19 Oct 1485 mentions wife Margaret and son John. The will of Margaret Bate widow late wife of Thomas Bate dated 14 Oct 1490 mentions daughters Alice and Agnes Beecher, John Bate Sen executor. The will of John Bate Jr proved 15 March 1491 2 mentions wife Agnes and son John. The will of John Bate son of William proved 21 Jan 1498 mentions sister Joan and John son of John residuary legatee. The will of Margery widow of Andrew Bate 20 Nov 1498 mentions son John. The will of Andrew Bate 20 Feb 1513 14 mentions wife Isabel son James, daughter Margaret. The will of John Bate jurat proved 17 Sept 1522 mentions wife of Andrew Bate, Joan daughter of Andrew Bate, and sons Thomas and Andrew as executors. The will of John Bate 18 Nov 1521 mentions sons John and Richard, Robert Robyn and his wife, Andrew Bate and Mary wife of William Greenway. The will of John Bate the elder proved 18 Feb 1528 9 mentions his father John Bate, wife Julian, daughter Joan, son Richard to be placed with Robert Robyn until 21. The will of Julian Bate 7 Nov 1531 mentions daughter Joan, son Richard executor, and Andrew Bate and Robert Robyn overseers. The will of Andrew Bate 22 Feb 1532 33 desires to be buried next his wife and mentions sons Thomas not 21, John, William, and Simon, daughter Joan wife of James Robyns, the younger Robert Robyn, an executor. The will of Thomas Bate the younger proved 22 Nov 1537 mentions wife Joan. The will of Thomas Bate the elder proved 15 Feb 1538 9 mentions wife and two daughters not 21 Cousin Thomas Bate an executor. The will of Isabel Bate widow proved 16 March 1541 42 mentions daughters Margaret, Alice, and Joan. The will of Simon Bate 23 Sept 1545 mentions brothers John and Thomas, sister Robyns. The will of James Bate proved 21 April 1550 mentions daughter Isabel and wife's sons John and William Rapson. The will of Thomas Bate jurat proved 25 Aug 1678 mentions wife Elizabeth, sons Thomas, John, and Clement all under 21, daughter Mary, child unborn, Brother John Bate, three sons and William Dallett executors. Will of John Bate jurat proved 13 May 1580 mentions wife Mary, daughter's son William Tookye, Sons James, Thomas, and Andrew executors, John Hebbelthwaite and William Conchin overseers. The will of John Bate proved 15 July 1600 mentions sister Dallet and her children, brothers Thomas and Clement, Thomas and Catherine children of brother Henry, kinsmen James Andrew and Thomas Bate, seven children of James Bate, seven children of Andrew Bate, John Eppes of Romney, wife of brother Thomas. His mother widow of John Hebblethwaite executrix. His brothers Clement and Thomas overseers. The will of Robert Bate proved 6 Dec 1610 mentions wife Anne, son Robert, daughter Judith, father James Bate, Uncle Andrew Bate executor. The will of Andrew Bate yeoman proved 5 April 1611 mentions legacies from his kinsman John Bate to testator's children wife Elizabeth, daughter Hannah wife of Vincent Prakle, daughters Mary, Judith, Mildred wife of Humphrey Barrett, Constance and Phebe, sons Andrew, William, and John, Cousin Clement Bate jurat executor. The will of James Bate the elder yeoman proved 31 March 1614 to Robert son of son Robert deceased when 21, Judith daughter of son Robert not 16, daughters Mary, and Rachel not 21, sons James, Thomas, Edward, Clement, and Isaac, William and Richard sons of son James, Thomasine daughter of son James, Wife Mary executrix. Cousins Clement and Thomas Bate jurat overseers. Will of Clement Bate gent jurat proved 18 Dec 1623 mentions legacies to Constance and Phcbe daughters of Andrew Bate deceased, Thomas Dallett of Pecyden, his sister's son, Margaret Couchman, his sister's daughter, son Clement not 21, brothers Thomas and John, Wife Margaret executrix. The will of Andrew Bate yeoman proved 10 Sept 1638 mentions wife Mary children William, Andrew, Richard, Edward, Elizabeth, Judith, and Hesther, His kinsman Mr John Bate bayliff. The will of Katherine Bate spinster proved 6 Sept 1664 mentions cousin Mr John Tookey of New Romney, cousin Mr Edward Master, cousin Mr Robert Wilcock, and sister Anne of Henry Hurst. Other wills show the death of members of the Lydd Bate family in the neighboring parishes in Kent WALTER K W ATKINS.
Thomas Bate senior 19 Oct. 1485. To the Brotherhood of St John Baptist 12d. Wife Margaret all my household things & son John one large brass pot after the death of his mother. Wife to have 2 cows & 7 sheep with the increase of this year. Executors wife Margaret & son John. Wife to have for life my chief house with kitchen & garden, 18 acres of land situated near the land of John Sweting senior & another house which Laurence Hamond now holds to farm, after her death to son John & his heirs. Son John remainder of my lands tenements & rents paying 20s/- yearly to his mother. Prob 19 April 1486. Vol 3 fol 90
FamilySearch.org: 6 September 2014 The English home of our Bate ancestors was Lydd, a town on the southeast shore in the county of Kent, about sixty miles southeast of London. Lydd was a flourishing market town several centuries ago, but at the present time is known only as a popular summer seaside resort. The most prominent object in the town is the ancient stone church of All Saints. The date of its erection is not known. A portion of its walls is said to date back to the period of Roman occupation of Britain. From early in the fifteenth century numerous changes and additions to it have been made. In the floor of the aisles of the church are numerous memorial slabs, several of them inscribed to members of the Bate family, who are probably buried beneath them. On the earliest record book of Lydd, known as the Chamberlain's Account Book, William Bate is mentioned on the third page, under date of August 17, 1429, as a Jurat (or Alderman) of the town. The volume of Churchwarden's Accounts begins in 1520, and on the second page mention is made of “Andrew Batys”. These volumes contain many items of interest relating to the history of the town and church, including frequent Bate references. The Church Register begins in 1538 and is complete except for the loss of three leaves. It contains many entries, in Latin and not too legible handwriting, of baptisms, marriages and burials of members of the Bate family. There are also a number of wills of members of our branch of the family among the records of the Prerogative Court at Canterbury. There is no one by the name of Bate now living in Lydd. Carved on several of the memorial stones to members of the Bate family in the church at Lydd is the family coat of arms. Its simplicity indicates that it was an early grant, probably dating back to a time earlier than the ancestral line that we are able to establish. These arms are blazoned “Sable, a fess between three dexter hands couped bendways argent”. (pp. 6-7) John Bate of Lydd , county Kent, England, jurat, in his will, dated July 31 and proved Sept. 17, 1522, names his sons Thomas and Andrew as executors, mentions the wife of Andrew and Joan the daughter of Andrew. England was a Catholic country at this time and the will provides bequests for the high altar, for the reparation of the church, to a priest to sing for his soul, to poor people for the health of his soul for five years next after his death, for a dirge for his soul, for four masses, one each of “Our Lady,” of the Trinity, of the Holy Ghost and of Requiem, and as many at his month's day and twelve month's day, and provides payment for the priests for singing these masses. The pedigree might have been carried back further but for the fact that two individuals each had a son John Bate, either of whom might be this John. [Note by Jeanene W. Scott: “3 children.”] (p. 9) John of Lydd , jurat, married (1) Oct. 28, 1546, Mildred Ward, who was buried June 2, 1577; married (2) June 15, 1579, Mary Bennett. His will dated March 1, 1579/80, and proved May 13, 1580, gives to the poor men's box, and to the poor to be distributed on the day of his burial, gives to his three sons lands, tenements, cattle and goods, mentions his leased lands which he has let out, gives to his wife £20 money and household furnishings which he names and her rings and jewels. Mention is made of the loft over the shop, of the hall and the parlor, and of two tables, two bedsteds, a chair, a chest, a cupboard, a stupponet (sauce pan), two kettles, a small brass pan, two platters, two pewter dishes and two fruit dishes. His three sons are named as executors and John Hebblethwaite and William Crouche, jurat, overseers of the will. His estate inventoried £71.12s.4d. [Note by Jeanene W. Scott: “4 children.”] (pp. 10-11) James of Lydd , yeoman, buried March 2, 1613/14; married June 5, 1580, Mary Martine. His will dated Feb. 27, and proved March 31, 1613/14, gives his wife the use of certain lands; gives Robert, son of his deceased son, Robert, £20; gives his two daughters each £20 and certain lands; and small bequests to the children of his son James. Then, after giving certain lands to his son James, he divides his remaining lands equally between his four other sons, each son's portion apparently being valued at £100. He names his wife Mary executrix and his cousins Clement Bate and Thomas Bate, jurats, of Lydd (sons of his uncle Thomas Bate), overseers of his will. [Note by Jeanene W. Scott: “13 children.”] (p. 11) Source: Unknown, though title may be Bate Family. Note that there is a book in the BYU library (Call No. 929.242 A1, no. 309 in the British Book area) entitled, Bate Family: baptisms, marriages, and burials, 1542-1635, from the parish of Lydd, Kent, England, and Bate memorials from Lydd Church, Garden Grove, CA: E. Homewood, [19--]. It is also evidently on microfilm in Salt Lake City. [Proofed against copy of original: filename: bate.2] Editor’s note: It’s not clear how this individual is related to Kenneth L. Scott, yet the fact that Jeanene specifically requested that he be included in this excerpt would seem to indicate that he must be relevant in some way. See JOHN BATES, no. 8, ch. 31. This individual is probably the same as JOHN BATES, no. 4, ch. 31, who is shown on the pedigree as having married Mary Martine on June 6, 1580.
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