THE LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF THOMAS HOBLYN

 

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Many thanks to Donald for supplying the Last Will & Testament of

Attached is what is in my Thomas Hoblyn notes, he died in Gorran:  Thomas Hoblyn

Visitations of Cornwall - "... 2 son, named in his father's will, Town Clk. of Bodmin 1673, named in the will of his bro. Edward 1688, and bro. Rich. 1690."

2nd son. 5557 1642 Exeter College, Oxford.
Named in his father's will in 1653 - "Item I give and bequeath unto my Sonns
Thomas Hoblin Edward Hoblin tenn pounds apeece as a token of my love to them
haveing otherwaise pvided for them by severall deeds"

Described as 'of Gorran' when his son Robert was baptised at St Michael
Caerhayes in 1653. 249

1660 PARLIAMENTARY SURVEY
Page 42 Manor of Gready
Free Tennants - Thomas Hoblyn and Wm Carlyon; 3 farl in Penrosse [Penrose in
Luxulyan], 14s 4d;

1660 Poll Tax: Gorran Thomas Hoblin Gent 50     1.0.0

1664 Hearth Tax: Gorran Parish, Mr Tho Hoblyn, 8 blockt up 2 long since.

He was mentioned in his brother Robert's will in 1682 - "Item I doe hereby
release my Brother Thomas Hoblyn of and from all the arrears of rent now due
unto me."

Named in the will of his brother Edward 1688, and brother Richard 1690. 54

Died aged 86.

 The Will Of Thomas Hoblyn

The will of Thomas Hoblyn of Trevascus made 23rd October 1700 and proved 14
May 1705
In the name of god Amen I Thomas Hoblyn of Trevascus in the County of
Cornwall gentleman being within the eightyfirst year of my age, but of
disposing mind and memory blessed be god doe make and ordaine this my last
will and testament in manner following
1st I resign my soul unto the hands of god that gave it and my body unto
Xtian buriall in hope of a joyfull resurrection when body and soul shall be
raised Item I give and bequeath unto my son Edward Hoblyn fifty pounds to be
paid unto him att the end of one year after my death and I give to his wife
twenty shillings to buy her a ring And to their daughter Alse five pounds to
be paid unto her when she attains the age of sixteen years and not otherwise
Item I give unto my son Richard Hoblyn thirty pounds to be pd unto him att
the end of six months after my death, And to his wife twenty shillings for a
ring Item I give unto my son in law Slade twenty shillings to buy him a ring
Item I give unto my daughter Prudence now the wife of John Hancock Clearke
twenty shillings for a ring, and to her Husband the ring my son Burrell gave
me by his will, and to their daughter Grace five pounds to be paid unto her
when she attains the age of sixteen years and not otherwise
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Ann now the wife of Nicholas
Hoskin Clearke the sum of sixty pounds, ten pounds whereof to be paid att
the end of three months after my death, and the other fifty pounds att the
end of one year after my death moreover I give unto her fifty pounds more,
to be paid unto her any child or children she may have by the sd Nicholas
Hoskin att the of three months next and immediately after the day of
marriage & the day of the death of my eldest son & executor Thomas Hoblyn,
if shee or any such child be then living, and not otherwise, and for the
payment thereof, I doe hereby charge my Tenement of Trevascus wherein I have
a long number of years yet to come to expiry; xxxxx a full pformance of the
conditionall bond I gave to my sd son in law Hoskin before marriage
Item I give and bequeath unto Mary Hoblyn the widow and relict of my son
Achilles Hoblyn deceased twenty shillings to buy her a ring and to her
eldest sonn my grandson Thomas Hoblyn I give my chattle Estate both in
Hawkin's tenemt & Pierses tenement To have and to hold during the respective
estates I have in each of them; as alsoe all the household goods bedding
pewter brass linnen and ploughstuff which I bought together with the sd
chattles Estate of my Cosen Mr Edward Hoblyn of Crahan, who took the
administration of the goods and Chattles of my sd sonn deceased, likewise I
give unto my grandchild Bridget their daughter ten pounds: and to their
other sonns John, Achilles and Samuell thirty pounds to be divided between
them and the Survivors of them, and to be layd out for the binding of them
apprentises or otherwise as my sonns Thomas Hoblyn & Edward Hoblyn together
with the assent of their mother shall think fitt All the rest of my goods &
chattles I give & bequeath unto my eldest sonn Thomas Hoblyn, whom I make
the whole and sole executor of this my last will & testament and doe declare
that my chattle estate in Trevascus and Trewollais now part of my
testamentary estate, Witness my hand and seale Ober 23 1700
published      Robert Hoblyn Fra: Moone Thomas Hoblyn
& sealed       Francis Hoblyn

 

 

Regards, Donald E. Curkeet William SMITH

Gorran, Cornwall, England

1647

 

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