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v. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington, 1559, p.r.
vi. Agnes. 50 III. Richard Cloterbooke, of Nastend, yeoman; bur. at Eastington, 12 April, 1623, p.r.; will dated 10 Feb., 1620 ; proved at Gloucester, 21 May, 1623; mar. 1 Margery; bur. at Eastington, 13 June, 1577, p.r., by whom he had issue,
i. William Cloterbooke, of whom next, 51. he mar. 2dly Dorothy; bur. at Eastington, 3 Aug. 1587, p.r., and had issue,
ij. Josias Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 2 May,
1584, p.r.; died 1625; mar. Alice Newman,
3. John Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington, 1642, p.r. iij. Thomas Clotterbooke, bur. at Eastington, 19 Dec.,
vii. Sara, living 1620. 51 IV. William Clotebooke, of Nastend, yeoman; bap. at Eastington 25 June, 1577, p.r., bur. there 28 Oct. 1626, p.r.; will dated 21 Oct., 1626, proved at Gloucester 9 April, 1627; mar. 2adly (1st wife's name unknown) Mary, dau. of John Symons ; her will dated 14 June, 1630, proved at Gloucester 3 Jan., 1631, had issue an only child,
52 V. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, of Nastend and of Frampton, gent., bap. at Eastington 20 Jan., 1625, p.r. died 13 Oct., 1680; buried at Eastington 15 Oct., 1680, p.r. m.i.; mar. (1) first at Frampton on Severn 1 June, 1654, “ by ye anciently established Liturgy of ye Church of England, and also ye same day by ye new forme of marriage appointed in an Act of Parliament bearing date August 24th, 1653,” p.r.; and again at Eastington 8 June, 1654, p.r., his second cousin Margaret, dau. of John Clutterbuck (56) m.i.; she died 8 May, 1657, bur. at Eastington, m.i., and had issue,
i. Nathaniel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington 4 March,
1654, died 18 July, 1656; bur. at Eastington, m.i. s.p.
ii. Richard Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington 23 April,
1657 ; probably died an infant; he mar. 2015 Mary, eldest dau. and co-heiress of John Clifford, of Frampton, esq., at Frampton, 1659, p.r.; she died 7 Oct., 1680, m.i., bur. at Eastington 10 Oct., 1680, p.1., and by her had issue,
iii. William Clutterbuck, of whom next, 55.
1741, aged 81, m.i., bur. at Eastington,
Mary, bapt. at Eastington 2 May, 1094, p.r., mar.
(1) Daniel Partridge (2) John Pitt, of Stonehouse. v. John Clutterbuck, bap.at Eastington 18 Oct., 1664,
p.s., died 15 July, 1670, bur. at St. Mary de
Crypt, Gloucester, m.i., s.p. vi. Robert Clutterbuck, died 12 Oct., 1685, aged
about 20, buried at Frampton, m.i., s.p.,
admon. to his brother William 1686. vii. Clifford Clutterbuck, of St. Paul's Churchyard,
London, confectioner: will dated 9 Sep.
1737 ; proved P.C.C., 29 Oct., 1740, s.p. viii. Samuel Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington i Mar.,
1677, p.r.; dead before 1737, s.p. ix. Thomas Clutterbuck, died 17 Feb., 1693, aged
about 24, bur. at Frampton, p.r. m.i., s.p. x. James Clutterbuck, bap. at Eastington 29 April,
bur. there 21 Oct., 1680, p.r. xj. Rosomond, bap. at Eastington 6 Aug. 1667, bur.
there 2 Dec., 1716, p.r. xii. Elizabeth, bap. at Eastington 26 Nov. 1674, p.r. 53 VI. William Clutterbuck, of Frampton, gent., bap. at Eastington, 9 Dec., 1660, p.r.; died 15 Feb., 1727, m.i.; bur. at Frampton; will dated 1 March, 1726, proved P.C.C., 1 July, 1728; mar (1) Sarah, dau. of John Wade, esq.; she died 25 June, 1685, aged 28 ; bur. at Frampton, m.i., and had issue,
i. Clifford Clutterbuck, bap. at Frampton,
24 Feb., 1684; bur. there 12 Nov.,
1709, p.r., m.i., s.p. ii. and iii. Mary and Ann, bap. at Frampton, 12 June,
1686; Mary died 11 Jan., 1711, m.i.;
Ann was living 1726. He mar zodly his first cousin Abigail, dau. of William Clutterbuck (38), of Mill End, gent.; bap. at Eastington, 14 Mar., 1660; died 15 Aug., 1707 ; bur. at Frampton, 17 Aug., 1707, p.r., m.i., and by her had issue,
iv. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next, 54.
p.r.; mar. at North Nibley, 1 Sept., 1715,
the Cliffords of Frampton. vi. Sarah, bap. at Frampton, 23 Feb., 1691, p.r.:
died 27 Oct., 1709; bur at Frampton, m.i. vii. Elizabeth, bap. at Frampton, 1696, p.r. 54. VII. Richard Clutterbuck, of Frampton Court, esq.; bap. at Frampton, 2 June, 1703. He built upon the ancient site the present Frampton Court, of which in a diary of Edmund Clutterbuck of Islington, it is said “ It was formerly the residence of fair Rosamond.” It is still owned by H. J. Clifford, esq., as heir of this Richard Clutterbuck, who died without issue in 1795.
We now revert to
55 III. Fabian Clutterbook (son of William, 1589, and Margery, 49 II.,] of the City of Gloucester, yeoman, bap. at Eastington, 22 March, 1564, p,r.; will dated 14 Aug., 1637, proved at Gloucester, 1637, and P.C.C. 1658; inquisition taken in 1638 dates he died 11 Sept., 1637; his wife's name is unknown, he had issue,
i. George Clotterbooke, bap. at Eastington, 24 April,
woolen draper; will dated 15 May, 1649,
ij. Sarah, not 18 in 1649.
v. Judith, mar. to .... Simon. 56 IV. John Clutterbucke, of Nupend, clothier; will dated 4 Oct., 1664, proved at Gloucester, 4 Nov., 1664; bur. at
Eastington, m.i.; mar. Ann, dau. of Henry Fowler, gent. ; bur. at Eastington, 6 Oct., 1633, m.i., they had issue,
i. William Clutterbuck, of whom next, 59.
Frampton. 57 V. William Clutterbuck, of Nupend, gent.; bap. at Eastington, 8 March, 1626, p.r.; died 11 June, 1700, aged 74; bur. at Eastington, m.i.; will dated 3 June, 1700, proved at Gloucester, 15 April, 1704; mar. at Eastington, 8 Jan., 1651, p.r., his second cousin Martha, dau. of Richard Clutterbuck, 37, of Mill End, clothier; she died 24 June, 1688, aged 90, bur, at Eastington, m.i., and had issue,
i. Richard Clutterbuck, of whom next, 58.
bur. at Eastington, m.i., s.p.
Eastington, m.i., s.p. iv. William Clutterbuck, died 1 March, 1707, aged
39, bur. at Eastingtan, m.i., s.p.
sailsman; bap. at Eastington, 24 March,
gent., residuary legatee and executor of his
m.i., s.p. 2. Amitay Clutterbuck, probably of H.M.S. Princess,
died 1729. 3. Hannah. 4. Sarah, mar. to Edward Cox; died 28 Sept.,
1758, aged 58, bur. at Eastington, m.i. vi. Martha, bap. at Eastington, 28 Nov., 1652 ;
mar. to John Pope, of Cam, clothier; died 6 Sept. 1713, aged 60, bur. at Eastington,
m.i. vij. Judith, mar. to .... Cox. 58 V. Richard Clutterbuck, of Nupend, gent; died 25 Nov., 1735, aged 80, s.p.; bur. at Eastington, m.i.; will dated 1 June, 1734, proved at Gloucester, 17 June, 1735; mar. (1) Grace, dau. of Maurice Dyer, of Redwick in the parish of Henbury; she died 29 June, 1720, aged 60, bur. at Eastington, m.i.; he mar. (20015) Sarah, dau. of ....; her will, as of the City of Gloucester, widow, dated 20 Nov., 1748, proved at Gloucester, 18 May, 1750.
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Gloucestershire Wills (Continued). John Arundell, of Dursley, clothier, dated 19 May, 1703 ; codicil 1 December, 1704; proved at Gloucester 12 June, 1705,
To grandson Daniel Lysons, gent, and my grand-daughter Elizabeth his wife; son-in-law John Purnell; Anne and John the two children of dau. Sarah Byrkın; dau. Mary Arundell-her grandfather Hill; dau. Purnell; cousin Daniel Arundell, of Stroud; cousin Sarah Nicholls, dau. of my sister Lander; son John Arundell; dau. Mary, and sons John Purnell and Richard Byrkin to be executors; brother Richard Hill, cousin Edward Hill, and Edward Morse, to be overseers. To kinsman Richard Tippetts, of Dursley, clothier, and Samuel Clarke, of the same, mercer, one acre of pasture, lying upon Breakneck, near Dursley, in the parish of Cam, which I lately purchased of Thomas Clifte, in trust, the proceeds to be applied to buying books and teaching poor children in Dursley to read the English tongue, whose parents are unable to pay for their schooling. Witnesses :- John Tippetts, jun., William Tippetts, and Edward Morse. Codicil:To grandchildren of late brother-in-law, deceased, viz.-the three children of his son Henry Arundell, and the six children of his daughter Sarah Tippetts; To servant Anne Roach. Witnesses :—Edward Morse, Thomas Rugg, and Edward Morse, jun.
Joseph Dymock, of Todyngton, dated 27 May, 1546. To be buried in the churchyard of St. Leonard in Todyngton. To the moder church of Gloucester 4d. ; To the hye alter of Todyngton 8d.;. To the bellys of the same church 8s., and a cloth to the hye alter. To each of my 3 daughters 575. 4d. and a cow, and two silver sponys. To Umfrey Brewer; To my sons Henry and William ; To iny daughters Mary and Alys. My 5 children to be executors. Overseers, John Yzod and Umfrey Brewer.
Proved at Gloucester 1546, No. 73.
Thomas Dymocke, of Syston, husbandman, dated 18 March, 1594. To be buried in the parish churchyard of Syston. To each of my children 20s. The residue to Lore my wife, whom I appoint executrix. Witness, Walter Dymocke,
Proved at Gloucester 12 September, 1595.
William Dymocke, of Todington, dated 10 November, 1600. To be buried in the churchyard of Toddington ; To the reparacon