Mackerness / Makernes

Mackerness, Mackarness, Mackaness, Mackekness, Makernes

John MAKERNESS born circa 1460, will dated 10/14/1515

Spouse: Elizabeth ___ married circa 1490, will dated 4/24/1533

Children: Agnes or Annis born circa 1491, married ___ Harrys and ___ Anthony; William born circa 1494; Ellen married ___ Howfield; Thomas born circa 1503; Edmund not in mother's will 1533; Elizabeth probably married William Gray

 

Thomas MAKERNESS born circa 1503, died between 5/28/1546 and 9/5/1546

Spouse: Ellen ___ married circa 1527, executor of Thomas' will 9/5/1546

Children: Elizabeth born circa 1528 John Curtis 5/6/1548; John born circa 1530; Agnes born circa 1532, buried 5/8/1548; Ellen born circa 1534 buried 4/24/1587; William born circa 1536

 

William MACKERNESS born circa 1536 Finedon / Finden Northampton ENG, buried 5/29/1613, husbandman

Spouse: (1) 1558 Katherine Finch / Finced  buried 12/8/1559 (2) Agnes HARRGAT born 1532 Finedon, buried 2/26/1612-3, married 6/15/1660

Children: By (1) Edmund baptized 12/17/1569, married Anne Marshall & Frances; by (2) George, husbandman, baptized 8/8/1561, buried 10/28/1617, married Katherine Chapman; Ellen baptized 11/24/1564, died 10/1645; Margery baptized 5/25/1568, married ___ Chapman; Richard, yeoman, baptized 10/1/1571, died 1632, married Barbara; William, yeoman, baptized 2/13/1575, will dated 5/15/1629; Priscilla baptized 12/13/1577

 

Ellen MACKERNESS born 11/24/1564 Finedon / Finden Northampton ENG died 10/1645 Northampton ENG

Spouse: Roger SARGENT born circa 1562 died 7/1649 Northampton ENG, mercer, mayor 1626, married 1/3/1589-90

Children: ? died 9/1604; Mary; Elizabeth married George Norwood, Henry Sprigg & Robert Banks; Daniel born circa 1590 died 12/1590; Sarah born circa 1591; Anna born circa 1593; Samuel born circa 1595 died 4/1596; Joseph born circa 1598 died 4/11/1678 married Dorothy ?; Dorothy born circa 1600 married Thomas Ball 11/30/1634; William born circa 1602 Northampton died 12/16/1682 Barnstable MA married Sarah ?; John born circa 1605 married Anne Orpin 11/7/1634


Sargent Genealogy by Sargent 1895

The New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 71: IN the REGISTER of April 1917 records and a pedigree were printed relating to the ancestors of Margaret Gifford wife of Hugh Sargent of Courteenhall co Northampton and mother of Roger Sargent whose son William emigrated to New England in 1638 and settled in what was later the town of Maiden Mass. The wife of Roger Sargent and the mother of William Sargent of Maiden was Ellen Makernes daughter of William of Finedon co Northampton and below are given various Makernes records which have made it possible to trace the ancestry of Ellen Makernes back to her greatgrandfather John Makernes who made his will in 1515. This ancestral line is shown in the pedigree that follows the records.
The Will of JOHN MAKERNES of Thynden [Finedon  co Northampton] 14 October 1515. To be buried in the Church of Our Lady of Thynden. To the Mother Church of Lincoln 12d. To the high altar of Our Lady of Thynden 20d. "Unto euy Gylde wtin the said chyrch" 12d. To the Rood lights 8d. To Our Lady's lights 8d. To the bells 6s. To the torches 3s 4d. To the Church of Addyngton the Great 12d. To the Church of Addyngton the Less 12d. To the illegible de Ortlin of Broughton 12d. To the Church of Chelson illegible. To Willm Makernes my son forty sheep 20s and one ox bullock. To Thomas Makemes my son forty sheep 20s and two cowe bullocks. To Edmund Makernes my son forty sheep 40s and one cow bullock. To Eliz Makernes my daughter forty sheep 20s and one cow bullock. To Elin my daughter 20s and ten ogrells. My will is that she hath now one ewe sheep. To Anys Harrys my daughter ten ewes ten ogrells 20s and one ox bullock. To every child that the same Alys [sic] have now one ewe sheep. To every godchild that I have now 8d. To a priest for the space of one year to pray for my soul and all Christian souls in the Church of Our Lady of Thynden 5 6s 8d. To Thomas Spenser my servant 12d .Residuary legatee Elizabeth my wife/ Executors Elizabeth my wife and William Makernes my son/ Witnesses Willm Stoks Vicar of Thyndon, Syr Richard Knyghton, Capn Edmund Walys, Rich Waltr, Ric Grene[?] with more of the same town. [No record of probate.] (Northampton Wills Book A p279 1510-1520.)
The Will of ELIZABETH MAKERNES widow of Thingden Finedon co Northampton 24 April 1533. To be buried in the Church of Our Lady at Thingden. To the Mother Church of Lincoln 4d. To the high altar of Thyngden for tithes forgotten 20d. To the Gylde of Our Lady 20d. To the Gylde of St John the Baptist 20d. To the Sepulchre Guyld 20d. To the rood light 20d. To the torches 6s 8d. To the bells 4s. To Sywell church 3s 4d. To Burton Latymer 2s. To Addington and Addington Church 12d the piece. To Arthlingbrughe to the college church 12d. To Thingden Church for my burial 6s 8d. To the makyng of the Tabernacle of Jesus 3 6s 8d. To Elen Howffylde my daughter 6s 8d. To every of her children 2s the pece. To my daughter Agnes Anthony 6s 8d and six bee hives. To her five children 2s the pece. To my son William Makernes my best Shoade wth two horses, ten bee hives, and 20s. To his children forty sheep and two neytes amongst them all. To my son Thomas Makernes my second cart and horse, ten bee hives, and 20s. To his children two neytea and forty sheep amongst them all. To my daughter Elizabeth one horse, two neytes, three sheep, and ten bee hives, in corn ten quarters malt, one wheat, and two quarters rye and 20s. My daughter Elizabeth shall have of my household stuff all things necessary for her Chamber as it shall please me to give her. To every of my godchildren 8d. To my daughter Elizabeth one row of wood. A priest shall sing for my Soul and for all Christian Souls for one whole year and I give him 5 6s 8d. Residuary legatees my sons William and Thomas and my daughter Elizabeth Executors, my sons William and Thomas. Witnesses John Bone priest, William Wiltlake, Robert Waller. My son Thomas Makernes shall have 7 acres land in the fields of Thingden at my decease. All other lands and tenements in the town and fields of Thingden I will that my son William Makernes have to hold after my departing. [No record of probate.] (Northampton Wills Series 1 Book E p78)
The Will of THOMAS MAKERNES of Thyngdon Finedon co Northampton 28 May 1546 To be buried in the churchyard of our Lady at Thyngdon on the right hand of the Chancel door. To the Blessed Sacrament of the same church 8d. To the high altar for tithes and oblations omitted and forgotten 4d. To the Sepulchre light 4d. To the rood light 4d. To the torches 12d. To the repairing of the bells 2s. To the mother church of Peterborough 2d. To John my son my house at ye townes end with parcel belonging to it to him and his heirs and assigns. If the said John die without issue Rycher my son shall have the house at ye towne end to him his heirs and assigns. To my said son John two copyholds, one of Master Mowlsos hould and y other of Dockrell. To y same John 3 1/2 acres of freeland and 10. To William my son my house that I dwell in with 1 yard of land of copy hold and 3 acres of free land to him his heirs and assigns. To Elyn my wife the use and occupation of the said house that I dwell in with 1 yardland and 3 1/2 acres of free land for to help bring up my children for the space of twelve years and then the said Wylim my son shall enter upon it and occupy it himself. My said wife Elyn shall occupy it still and pay him rent for it until he is able to occupy it himself. To the said William two bullocks to be delivered shortly after my decease. To Elizabeth my daughter  6 13s 4d. to Angnes my daughter  6 13s 4d. to Elyn my daughter  5. to Alys my daughter  5, to Margerye my daughter  5, to Mary my daughter  5 to be delivered on their respective days of marriage. To Rychard my son  6 13s 4d to be delivered to him when he shall be twenty years of age. To Elyn my wife 5 acres, 1 1/2 roods of free land to her her heirs and assigns. To every of my children two bee hives at the day of marriage. Residuary legatee and executrix my wife Elyn. Supervisors Thomas Plowgwrygh and Rye Harys. Witnesses John Bume priest, William Lyly, Rye Mytton, with others. Proved 5 September 1546 by the executrix named in the will. (Northampton Wills Book I p127.)
 The Will of RICHARD MAKERNES of Thyngdon [Finedon] co Northton husbandman [no date]. To be buried in the churchyard on the east side of the Chancel door. My wife shall remain in this house as long as she is a widow and unmarried. The hanselIs shall remaine on the ground. My wife shall have my house and lands until my children be of the age of twenty one years. To my children Jone Makemes and Elizabeth Makernes half my wood and timber and my black gray horse, two beasts or kine, two bullocks, eight sheep and eight pounds of Gold to be paid within one month of my decease. If my wife be with a man child it shall have a shoode carte, but if it be a woman child then I give it  5. To the aforesaid Jone Makernes my great chest. To Elizabeth Makernes my little ches. To Anthony Clarke his wife and children one half a quarter of barley. Residuary legatee and executrix Elizabeth Makernes my wife, Overseers Humfrey Tebotte, Thomas Makernes, George Makernes. Witnesses Paull Perckins, Thomas Makernes and others. Proved 6 February 1598 (1598-9) by the executrix named in the will. Inventory  119 16s 8d. (Northampton Wills Book W p87.)
 The Will of JOAN MAKERNES of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northampton widow 17 January 1601 (1600- 1). To be buried in the churchyard of Thingdon near the place where my father and friends were laid. To William Makernes my son a silver spoon, a featherbed, a hillinge, a blanket, and a cow. To every one of his children a sheep. To the said William a pot and a pan. To Elizabeth Makernes my son William's daughter a coffer at my bed's foote and 3 yards of white kersey. To Ellin Campyon my daughter my fryes gowne, a red petticoat, my best hat, and a cotton waistcoat. To Richard Makernes my son his son a cow, a candlestick, a sheep, and a silver spoon. To my son Richard his children the aforesaid Richard Makernes, Joan Makernes and Elizabeth Makernes certain Linen that is to Richard Makernes a pair of flaxen sheets, a boardcloth and table napkin, and a pillowbeare, to Joan Makernes a pair of flaxen sheets, a towell, a pillowbeare, a flaxen apron, and two double kerchers, to Elizabeth Makernes a pair of flaxen sheets, a towel, a pillowbeare, a flaxen apron, and two double kerchers to be delivered to them at the age of fourteen years. To the said Joan one sheep. To the said Elizabeth one sheep. To Elin Campion my daughter's daughter a heifer, four sheep, my coffer, my bedhead, a brass kettle, a posnett, a tub, a pail, a worsted kertle, a petticoat with chamlett overbody, a gown cloath, a hillinge, a blanket, a bolster, a pillow, a mattrees, and a silver spoone. To Margery Clarke my daughter 20s to be paid within one year after my death and 20s to be paid within two years of my death. To every of her children one sheep. To the said Margerye Clarke 3 yards of white kersey, a gowne, a petticoat, a hillinge, and a blanket. To Thomas Makernes my son his son Thomas my red cowe, four sheep, and a silver spoon. To Margaret Makernes my son's wife a wosted to make a kertle and a chamlett overbody. To the poor 10s. Residuary legatee and executor Thomas Makernes my son. Overseers William Makernes my brother and George Makernes my cousin. Witnesses William Makernes, John Day, George Makemes. Proved 12 May 1601 by the executor named in the will. Inventory  67 18s. (Northampton Wills Book W p232)
 The Will of RICHARD MAKERNES of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northton yeoman 3 December 1601. To be buried in the churchyard of Thingdon. To the poor of Thingdon 10s. To my goddaughter Elizabeth Infield one great pan, one great pot, six pair sheets, a dozen napkins, one trusse bed with furniture, two great candlesticks, one great chest, and six pieces pewter of the best to be delivered to her at her marriage. If she die unmarried or before the age of twenty one her sister and youngest brother shall have above things divided equally between them. To my cousin Robert Bayley  10 to be paid within one year after the decease of his wife. I give to him the half of the horse which is betwixt us and a little black cow. To my boy Thomas one sheep. To Thomas Braunston one sheep. To every of my godchildren 12d apiece. To my good friend Mr Robert Mulshoes six children  3 to be equally divided between them. My sister Joan, my well beloved friend Mr Rob Mulsh,o and Thomas Gare sic Carre shall have the bringing up of my goddaughter Elizabeth Infield with her whole stock and portion due to her by this my last will and testament until her marriage or when she attain the age of twenty one years. Executors Mr Rob Mulsho, my sister Joan and Thomas Carre to see my Cousen Hellin and my sister Joan be kept during their lives. The remainder of my goods I give unto my three executors. Witness Robt Bayley Proved 17 January 1601-2 by the executors named in the will. (Northampton Wills Book W p270.)
 The Will of WILL MAKERNES of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northampton 27 June 1606. To be buried in the churchyard of Thingdon. Unto Humphery Makernes my son 2 acres of freeland to him and his heirs that is 1/2 acre land on the north side next Cranford balke, another 1 acre abutting the common balke on the east side, an other acre in the east field the parsonage on the north side, and 2 roods on Ribowrow hill abutting on the east side of Oxwell next the land of Willm Knighton on the west side. To my wife two beaffs, two hedges, my sheep, a bed in the chamber with furniture thereunto belonging that household stuff which she brought and were her own before, one coffer, one pot, one kettle, one possnet, four pieces of pewter, one candlestick, and one salt. To Susanna Makernes my daughter three pieces of pewter, one pot, and kettle, one coffer, one pair of sheets, a buffet stool, and a bedstead. To my wife a little table and two stooles. To Peter Makernes my son 2 acres of freeland, 1/2 acre in the field next the land of Mr Robert Mulshow on the west side, 3 roods abutting the land of James March on the west side, 1 rood lying on Riborow Hill next the land of the parsonage on the east side, one other rood on Calwell Hill abutting on Whitsondale the land called Bified on the south side, and another rood on the furlong called Harebush the land of M Cliffrode on the west. To Henry Mackernes my son 2 acres of free land that is 1 acre lying on the west side the land of William Kellison and the parsonage on the east side, 1 rood at Marlpites next the land of Will Walter on the north side, one 1/2 acre on South Hill of the furlong called Longthong next to the land of Henry Brooke on the north side, and 1 rood on Nessdall Hill nest the land of Mr Mulshowe on the east side on condition the said Henry Makernes shall pay to my daughter Susana Makernes 20s to be paid within one year of my decease. To Thomas Makernes my son his son one land of corn on Nesdall Hill. To Mary and Anna Makernes my son his daughters, one land of barley. To Jone Ruttam two peas lands at the rikes. To Ales Rutam one land of peas on Nonnond land. Residuary legatee and executor Peter Makernes my son. Overseers and witnesses James Marshe, George Makernes. Proved 20 June 1612 by said Peter son and executor named in the will. (Northampton Wills Original Wills Series 2 T, 39, 1612.
 The Will of WILLIAM MAKERNES of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northampton husbandman 10 March 1612 (1612-13). To be buried in the churchyard ol Thingdon. To Richard Makernes my son 12d .To Roger Seargent my son in law 12d. To Magery Chapman my daughter 12d. To Edmunde Makernes my son 12d. To George Makemes my son all my free land and Medow within the town and fields of Thingdon aforesaid to him and his heirs for ever. To the poore of Thingdon 3s 4d. Residuary legatees and executors George Makernes and Will Makernes my sons. Overseers William Chapman the Younger and Thomas Yorke of Thingdon. Witnesses William Makernes, Thomas Yoarke, William Chapman. Proved 30 March 1616 by the executors named in the will. (Northampton Wills Book Q p118.)
 The Will of GEORGE MAKERNES of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northampton husbandman 19 October 1617] To be buried in the churchyard of Thingdon. To John Makernes my son 5. To Katherine my wife all my freehold houses and land during her life and after her decease they shall remain to George Makernes my youngest son and to his heirs for ever. Residuary legatee and executrix Katherne my wife. Witnesses Willm Chapman, Willm X Makernes. Signed George Makernes. Proved 15 February 1617-18 by Catherine the relict and executrix named in the will. Inventory 67 5s 8d. (Northampton Wills Book Q p113.)
 The Will of WILLIAM MAKERNES of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northampton yeoman 15 May 1629. To be buried in the church of Thingdon. To the maintenance of the church 20s. To the poor 10. To my two executors William Wallias and Dorrytie Wallias his wife and to then heirs the house and lands wherein I now dwell with all the appurtenances thereto belonging. To every godchild I have 10s. To Mis Clarke and Mis Moulshoe 20s to buy rings. To my servant John Barker 40s .To my servant boy 10s. To Savory Chapman my maid 10. Residuary legatees and executors William Wallias and Dorothy Wallias. If my kinswoman Dorothy Wallias have no children then I would that all my residue should return to Richard Makernes and his heirs. No record of probate but at the foot of the page in the corner the date 21 May (Northampton Wills Book OE p170.)
 The Will of RICHARD MACKERNES of the Towne of Northampton co Northampton yeoman 9 September 1632. To be buried in the Church of All Saints near my well beloved wife Barbara. To my daughters Elizabeth Mackernes, Jane Mackernes, Barbara Mackernes and their heirs for ever the Inn or house wherein I now dwell commonly known by the name of the Dolphyn with the appurl in the said town of Northampton. My overseers shall have the letting and setting of the same until every of my said daughters shall accomplish the age of eighteen years and the rent thereof shall be equally divided and paid to them for then present maintenance. If any of my said daughters die before she attains the age of eighteen years or without issue such part of the house or Inn shall remain unto the survivor or survivors and to their heirs for ever. If all my said daughters die the said Inn shall come to my son Edward Mackernes and unto Samuell Mackernes the son of my son William Mackernes and to their heirs for ever. To my sons Thomas Mackernes and Richard Mackernes and to then heirs and assigns the Lease of one Thousand years of the Three Suns with appur in the said Towne of Northampton wch I had from Mr Edward Hensman lying and being in Gold Street provided that my overseers shall have the letting and setting of the same until my said son Richard Mackernes shall accomplish the age of twenty one years and the rent thereof shall be equally paid to them or their assigns for their present maintenance. To my son John Mackernes 10s. To my son Samuell Mackernes 20s. To my son Edward Mackernes 10s.To my daughter Barbara Mackernes 10 to be paid at the age of eighteen years or on her day of marriage. To Thomas Mackernes my son 5. To Richard Mackernes my son 5. Residuary legatees and executrixes my daughters Elizabeth Mackernes and Jane Mackernes. My cosen Joseph Sargeant, my cosen Arthur Caldwell and Nathaniel Danby whom I have appointed overseers of this my last will and testament shall have the managing and disposing of all my Lands, tenements, goods and Chattels until my said executrixes shall attain the age of twenty one years and they shall have 10s each for then pains. To my said son Edward Mackernes the great bedstead w the featherbed and other furniture thereunto belonging hi the Matted Chamber of the said Inn The Dolphin. The mrke of Richard Mackernes Witnesses. The mke of Hugh Coxe, Edward Hill, Edward Mackernesse, Thomas Mackernes, Elizabeth Mackernes. Proved 31 October 1632. (Northampton Wills Book G p31.)
 The Will of HENRY MAKERNESS of Thingdon [Finedon] co Northampton 3 September 1636. To my loving wife Jone 20 in money, two beafe, and eight sheep. To my said wife and my Cousin Nicholas Day's two daughters Elizabeth and Marie all my household stuff to be equally divided amongst them, my wife to have half of them and Elizabeth and Marie the other half. To my nephew Richard Makernes son of my brother Humphrie Makernes three arable lands lying in the fields of Thingdon one of them lying near the Mill Orchard, an other of them lying in the East Field towards Papslow, and the third butting upon Deadiron Headland which said three lands were lately purchased of Richard Wallis deceased. To the said Richard my nephew 19. To my nephew Rob Lucas son of my brother in law Thomas Lucas late of Broughton 40s. I release unto my brother Peter Makernes a debt of 60. To my brother Humphrie Makernes of Thingdon aforesaid 20 and I release unto my said brother Humphrie a debt of 9. To my cousin Nicholas Day my three horses with their gear, my best cart, and the hovell in the midst of the yard. To my nephew John Makarnes son of the said Humphrie Makernes 2 acres of arable land, 2 roods lying upon South Hill, 1 rood in the West field abutting upon ffulwell headland, 1 rood at Marlepitts, and 1 rood on Neagedale Hill butting upon Crosse Headland which said lands are within the fields of Thingdon aforesaid. To my said brother Peter Makernes of Noebottle my barn and the hovell betwixt the two barnes. To my brother Humphrie the overmost hovell next the field gates. To Marie Willcox 3 and to Hanna Willcox 20s being the daughters of Susanna Willcox. To my sister Anne Jarrold's five children 20 viz to Mary Lucas 4, to Christian Lucas 4, to Frances Lucas 4, to Susanna Lucas 4, to Elizabeth Lucas 4. To my six godchildren 5s apiece. To my poor neighbour Hugh Spencer 10s. To the poor of Thingdon 40s. Residuary legatees and executors my two brothers Humphrie Makarnes and Peter Makernes. The marke of Henry Makernes. Witnesses Will Goode, Edward Wallis, The m ke of Nicholas Daye. Proved 10 September 1636. (Northampton Wills Series 2 Book E p10.)
 The Will of Peter Makernes of Nobottle in the parish of Great Bryngton co Northton yeoman 24 October 1659. To William Makernes my son and his heirs and assigns for ever 2 acres of land lying in the Comon of the parish of Thindon co Northampton and I give him for his wife children 5. To my son John Makernes and his children 5. To my daughter Anne Makernes 40. The 40 shall be paid to my son Baseley and his wife Mary my daughter which I have promised to give her marriage portion. To my daughter Elizabeth Makernes 40. To son Jacob 40. To my daughter Elizabeth one featherbed, one bolster, pair of pillows, one pair of blankets, one coverlet, and one pair of sheets, my daughter Mary one featherbed, one bolster, one pair of pillows, one of blankets, one rug, and one pair of sheets. My two daughters to out of the goods in my house as to the above. To my daughter Anne a in my son William Makernes possession and 3 to buy a featherbed. Residuary legatees my four children Anne, Elizabeth, Mary, and Jacob to equally divided among them. Executor my son Jacob. Overseers two other sons William Makernes and John Makernes and my friends M Garrett and M Shorgrave. The marke of Peter Makernes. Witnesses W Shorto Vicar. The mke of Charles Harris, Willm Makernes Seal initials WM. No record of probate Inventory in which the testator described as of Nobottle Grove 198 14s 4d. (Northampton Wills 3 Book B p263.) 
From the foregoing records the following Makernes pedigree has been compiled by Mr J Gardner Bartlett.
 John Makernes of Finedon co Northampton the testator of 1515 was born probably about 1460 and died not earlier than 14 Oct 1515 the date of his will. He married probably about 1490 Elizabeth the testatrix of 1533 who died not earlier than 24 Apr 1533 the date of her will. Children i Agnes or Annis b probably abt 1491, living 24 Apr 1533 m 1 before 14 Oct 1515 Harrys m 2 before 24 Apr 1533 Anthony. She had children living in 1515 by her first husband and had five children by which husband is unknown living in 1533. 2 ii William b probably abt 1494. iii Ellen living 24 Apr 1533 m between 14 Oct 1515 and 24 Apr 1533 Howfteld. She had children living in 1533. 3 iv Thomas b probably abt 1503. v Edmund mentioned in his father's will in 1515 but not in his mother's will in 1533 probably d unm. vi Elizabeth living unm in 1533 probably the Elizabeth Makernesse who m at Finedon 14 Jan 1542-3 William Gray. 2 William Makernes (John1) of Finedon co Northampton born probably about 1494 was buried at Finedon 8 May 1544. He married probably about 1523. In his father's will of 1515 he and his mother are named as executors. Children i Thomas b probably abt 1524 m at Finedon 6 Sept 1547 Joan. Children 1 John b probably in 1548 bur at Finedon 28 Mar 1549. 2 William bapt at Finedon 12 Dec 1552 3 Thomos bapt at Finedon 16 May 1557. ii Edmund perhaps s of William clerk b probably abt 1526 bur at Finedon 17 May 1603. He is probably identical with the Edmund Macornes who was a sizar at Peterhouse College Cambridge in Easter Term 1544 and as Edmund Macarnys received the degree of AB in 1546-7.  iii John bur at Finedon 20 May 1547. 4 iv William b abt 1530. v Joan living probably unm 17 Jan 1601-2 when as one of the executors she proved her brother Richard's will. vi Margaret bapt at Finedon 27 Jan 1540-1. vii Richard of Finedon yeoman the testator of 3 Dec 1601 bapt at Finedon 9 Mar 1542-3 d unm, bur at Finedon 6 Dec 1601. 3 Thomas Makernes John of Finedon co Northampton the testator of 1546 born probably about 1503 died between 28 May 1546 and 5 Sept 1546. He married probably about 1527 Ellen who as executrix proved her husband's will 5 Sept 1546. Children i Elizabeth b abt 1528 m at Finedon 6 May 1548 John Curtis. 6 ii John b abt 1530, iii Agnes b abt 1532 bur at Finedon 8 May 1548. iv Ellen b abt 1534 bur at Finedon 24 Apr 1587 6. v William b abt 1536. vi ALICE b abt 1538 living 28 May 1546. vii MARGERY bapt at Finedon in Mar 1540-1 living 28 May 1546 probably the Margerie Makernesse who was bur at Finedon 5 June 1548. viii MARY bapt at Finedon 5 Feb 1542 3 living 28 May 1546. ix EDMUND bapt at Finedon 18 Feb 1543-4 probably d young as he is not mentioned in his father's will in 1546. x RICHARD bapt at Finedon 8 July 1545 bur there 21 July 1565. 4 WILLIAM MAKERNES Whilliam John of Finedon co Northampton the testator of 1606 born about 1530 was buried at Finedon 10 Sept 1606. He married first at Finedon 24 Apr 1559 AGNES SAKE who was buried at Finedon 29 Jan 1564-5 and secondly at Finedon 3 Feb 1565-6 MART GOODFELLOW who was probably living 27 June 1606. Children by first wife baptized at Finedon i JOHN bapt 14 Sept 1560 bur at Finedon 21 Apr 1564. ii ALICE bapt 6 Jan 1562-3 not mentioned in her father's will in 1606. iii WILLIAM bapt 8 Nov 1564 probably dsp as neither he nor any children of his are mentioned in his father's will in 1606. Children by second wife iv MART b probably abt 1567 bur at Finedon 1 July 1585. v THOMAS bapt at Finedon 6 Apr 1569 bur there 28 Oct 1575. vi HUMPHREY bapt at Finedon 12 Jan 1571 2 m 1 ELIZABETH who was bur at Finedon 9 Apr 1599 m 2 at Finedon 12 Feb 1601 2 HANNAH BELDERBTE. Children by first wife 1 Thomas bapt at Finedon 9 Oct 1597 perhaps the father of Thomas bapt at Finedon 24 Sept 1626, of Elizabeth bapt there 27 July 1628, and of Mary bapt there 26 Sept 1630. 2 Mary b not later than 9 Apr 1599. Children by second wife bapt at Finedon 3 George bapt 20 Dec 1602. 4 Hannah bapt 21 Oct 1604. 5 William bapt 25 Sept 1608. 6 John bapt 9 Feb 1611-12. 7 Richard bapt 3 July 1614. 8 Elizabeth bapt 18 Apr 1615 probably d young. 9 Elizabeth bapt 22 Mar 1616-17 bur at Finedon 13 Apr 1617. 10 Theoph tftw bapt 21 Jan 1620-1. 11 Priscilla bapt 11 Dec 1622. vii EDITH bapt at Finedon 2 Nov 1573 probably d young. viii ANNE bapt at Finedon 24 Mar 1576-7 living 3 Sept 1636 m 1 THOMAS LUCAS of Broughton co Northampton m 2 before 3 Sept 1636 JARROLD. Children by first husband living 3 Sept 1636 1 Robert. 2 Mary, 3 Christian, 4 Frances, 5 Susanna, 6 Elizabeth. ix PETER of Great Brington co Northampton yeoman the testator of 1659 bapt at Finedon 29 June 1580 d not earlier than 24 Oct 1659 the date of his will, m who d before 24 Oct 1659 Thomas Campian of Althrop co Northampton clerk, in his will of 2 Aug 1613 directs that his body shall be buried in the parish church of Brington and bequeaths to Peter Mackernes 2s 6d to buy gloves. Children as given in his will 1 William eldest son living with wife and children 24 Oct 1659. 2 John living with children 24 Oct 1659. 3 Anne eldest daughter living unm 24 Oct 1659. 4 Mary m John Baseley, she and her husband were living 24 Oct 1659. 5 Elizabeth living unm 24 Oct 1659. 6 Jacob named as executor in his father's will 24 Oct 1659. x HENRY of Finedon yeoman the testator of 1636 bapt at Finedon 26 Dec 1581 dsp between 3 Sept and 10 Sept 1636, m at Finedon 11 Feb 1619-20 JOAN MAKERNES living 3 Sept 1636 perhaps the Joan who was bapt at Finedon 1 Dec 1599 dau of Edmund 6. i xi SUSANNA bapt 9 Aug 1584 m at Finedon 12 Nov 1609 JOHN WILCOCKES/ Their daughters Mary and Hannah were living 3 Sept 1636 when they were mentioned in the will of their uncle Henry Makernes. 5 JOHN MAKERNES Thomas2 John1 born about 1530 was buried at Finedon co Northampton 14 May 1593. He married about 1559 JOAN the testatrix of 17 Jan 1600-1 who was buried at Finedon 24 Apr 1601. Children i ELLEN b abt 1560 living 17 Jan 1600 1 m at Finedon 13 Nov 1581 MARK CAMPION. Their child Ellen was a legatee in the will of her grandmother Joan Makeraes widow 17 Jan 1600-1. 7 ii WILLIAM bapt at Finedon 21 Jan 1561-2. iii JOHN twin bapt at Finedon 5 Feb 1562 3 bur there 21 Mar 1589-90. iv ANNE twin bapt at Finedon 5 Feb 1562-3 not mentioned in her mother's will in 1600-1 probably the Anne who m 3 Sept 1585 GEORGE WALTER. V RICHARD bapt at Finedon 25 Mar 1564 probably d young. vi MARGERY bapt at Finedon 19 Apr 1568 m prior to 17 Jan 1600-1 when she and her children are mentioned in her mother's will CLARKE. vii RICHARD of Finedon husbandman the testator whose will was proved 6 Feb 1598 9 bapt at Finedon 29 Sept 1570 bur there 3 Sept 1597 sic 1598 m there 8 May 1592 ELIZABETH CHAMBERS perhaps the Elizabeth Makernes who m at Finedon 3 Dec 1599 John Daye. Children bapt at Finedon 1 Joan bapt 17 Mar 1592-3 living 17 Jan 1600-1 when she was mentioned in her grandmother's will. 2 Elizabeth bapt 8 Jan 1594-5 bur at Finedon 26 Nov 1602.3  Katherine bapt 7 Apr 1596 bur at Finedon 17 Aug 1597. 4 Richard posthumous bapt 30 Dec 1598 living 17 Jan 1600-1 when he was mentioned in his grandmother's will. viii THOMAS b abt 1573 m 1 MARGERY who was bur at Finedon in Sept 1596 m 2 MARGARET. Children by second wife all except the first recorded at Finedon. 1 Thomas b probably abt 1599 perhaps the father of Thomas bapt at Finedon 24 Sept 1626, of Elizabeth bapt there 27 July 1628, and of Mary bapt there 26 Sept 1630. 2 Jane bapt 20 Oct 1601 probably the Jane who m at Finedon 28 June 1619 Robert Bonnington. 3 Joan bapt 9 Oct 1603 probably the Jone who m at Finedon 19 Aug 1620 Edward Ginne. 4 Margaret bapt 11 May 1606 bur at Finedon 19 Dec 1620. 5 Jili bapt 3 Dec 1607. 6 Richard bapt 9 July 1609. 7 Joel bapt 30 Aug 1611 bur at Finedon 12 Sept 1611. 8 Elizabeth bapt 17 July 1614 bur at Finedon 13 Sept 1614. 6 WILLIAM MAKERNES Thomas2 John1 of Finedon co Northampton husbandman the testator of 1612-13 born about 1536 was buried at Finedon 29 May 1613. He married first at Finedon 21 Nov 1558 KATHERINE FINCED sic FINCH who was buried at Finedon 8 Dec 1559 and secondly at Finedon 15 June 1560 AGNES HARROAT who was buried at Finedon 26 Feb 1612-13. Child by first wife i EDMUND bapt at Finedon 17 Dec 1559 living 10 Mar 1612-13 m 1 at Finedon 15 Mar 1595 6 ANNE MARSHALL m 2 FRANCES who was bur at Finedon 29 May 1608. Children bapt at Finedon 1 Joan bapt 1 Dec 1599 perhaps the Joan Makemes who m at Finedon 11 Feb 1619-20 Henry Makernes 4 x b of William and Mary Goodfellow. 2 Thomas bapt 3 Nov 1601 bur at Finedon 21 June 1619. 3 Dorothy bapt 26 Feb 1603-4. 4 Edmund bapt 31 Jan 1605-6. 5 William bapt 17 Apr 1608. Children by second wife baptized at Finedon ii George of Finedon husbandman the testator of 1617 bapt at Finedon 8 Aug 1561 bur there 28 Oct 1617 m there 21 Jan 1587-8 Kathebine Chapman who proved his will 15 Feb 1617-18 and was bur at Finedon 2 Apr 1627. Children bapt at Finedon 1 William bapt 20 Oct 1588 probably d before 19 Oct 1617 the date of his father's will. 2 Susan bapt 5 July 1590 bur at Finedon 11 Apr 1613. 3 John bapt 9 Dec 1593 living 19 Oct 1617 perhaps the John whose wife Elizabeth was bur at Finedon 28 Nov 1630 and whose s John was bapt there 20 June 1624. 4 George bapt 10 June 1600 living 19 Oct 1617. iii Ellen bapt 24 Nov 1564 d in Oct 1645 m 3 Jan 1589-90 Roger Sargent of the town of Northampton mercer mayor of Northampton in 1626 b abt 1562 d in July 1649 s of Hugh and Margaret Gifford of Courteenhall co Northampton. Eleven children of whom the seventh child William bapt 20 June 1602 emigrated to New England in 1638 and settled in that part of Charlestown Mass which was set off in 1649 as the town of Maiden Vide supra p 175 and cf Aaron Sargent's Sargent Genealogy 1895. iv Margery bapt 25 May 1568 living 10 Mar 1612-13 when she was mentioned in her father's will m before that date William Chapman. v Richard of the town of Northampton yeoman the testator of 1632 bapt 1 Oct 1571 d between 9 Sept and 31 Oct 1632 m Barbara who d before 9 Sept 1632. Children named in his will of 9 Sept 1632 order of births uncertain 1 William who had a son Samuel. 2 Edward. 3 Thomas. 4 John. 5 Samuel. 6 Richard under twenty one. 7 Elizabeth under eighteen. 8 Jane under eighteen. 9 Barbara under eighteen. vi William of Finedonpt 13 Dec 1577 probably d before 10 Mar 1612-13 the date of her father's will. 7 William Makernes John Thomas yeoman the testator of 15 May 1629 bapt 13 Feb 157-6 d unm bur at Finedon 18 May 1629. vii Priscilla has John baptized at Finedon co Northampton 21 Jan 1561-2 was living 17 Jan 1600-1 when he was mentioned with children in his mother's will. He married probably about 1584 but the name of his wife is unknown. Probably he did not reside at Finedon. Children i Elizabeth living 17 Jan 1600-1 when she was mentioned in her grandmother's will perhaps the Elizabeth Makernes who was bur at Finedon 4 June 1603. ii William b probably abt 1587 m. He resided at Finedon. Children bapt at Finedon 1 John bapt 19 Jan 1613-14 sic. 2 William bapt 2 Sept 1614 sic. 3 Susan bapt I Nov 1615. .4 Joan bapt 13 Sept 1617. 5 George bapt 12 Nov 1620. 6 Rebecca bapt 28 Oct 1622. 7 Joseph bapt II Nov 1624 bur at Finedon 12 Sept 1627. 8 Edward bapt 20 Apr 1626. 9 Bridget bapt 27 July 1628. 10 Elizabeth bapt 10 Jan 1629 30. Probably others.

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