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Ursula

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  • Name Ursula  
    History birth to death  Donhead St Andrew, Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • On 18 February 1633/34, Ursule made her will. She mentions her children: Ralph, John, Simon, Nathaniel, Thomas, Ursula, Dorothy, and Edmund.

      In the Name of God Amen: I Ussilah Goodennowe of Dunheade St. Andrewe in ye County of Wilts widdowe beinge sicke in body, yet well in mynd of sound and p(er]fect memory: thankes be given to Allmighty god for the same: doe make, constitute & ordayne this my last will & testament in that manner as followeth(:] first principally I comend my soule into the hand of god & my body to the ground in sure & certayne hope of resurrecon to eternall lyfe through the satisfa[ ] meritts & mediaton of Jesus Christ the son of god, The second p(er]son in the eternell & most glorious Trinity, who takinge upon him the nature of man there suffered death on the crosse for my sins & rose agayne from the dead for my Justifitacon unto lyfe eternell: And for those temporall goods, the blessings my god in mercy hath bestowed on me in this lyfe, I give & bestowe them to his glory in manner as followeu.: first I give & bequeath to Ralph Goodennowe my Eldest son on[e]greate Chest & Nyne pounes [pounds) of currant English money. Item give & bequeath to John Goodennowe my second son on[e] Cupboard & on[e] coffer & Nyne pounes of Currant English money: Item I give & bequeath to Simon Goodennowe my Third Son on[e] bushell of wheate, on[e] bushell of Rye, My Second best barrell & Twenty pounes of likr currant English Money: Item I give & bequeath to Nathaniell Goodennowe my fourth Son My greate pan & Nyne pounes of like Curran: English money: Item I give & bequeath to Thomas Goodennowe my fyft[h] son a little breweinge kettle & Eighttene pounes of like cu~rant English Money: Ite(m] I give & bequeath to Ussilah Goodennowe r.::. Eldest daughter Twenty & eight pounds of like currant English Money: Item I give & bequeath to Dorothy Goodennowe my youngest daughter My best towlett, on[e] payre of blanketts, on[e] bolster, on[e] pillow, on[e] coffer & Eightene pounes of like currant English money: Iter.::give & bequeath to my sayd daughters Ussilah & Dorothy equally to be divided betweene them all my wearinge apparell, two pewter platters !, all my linnen Except Three payre of the courser sheetes, my sheetes give & bequeath to my Son Edmond Goodennowe: Item I give & bequeatr, to the p[ar]ish Church of Dunhead St. Andrewe aforesayd five shillings, Ite[m] I give & bequeath to the poore of the sayd p[ar]ish five shillings: Ite[m] I give & bequeath all the rest of my goods catteles & Chattells whatsoevr to my Son Edmond whom I alsoe make Executor of this my last wilt & Testament & enioyne [enjoin] to pay the Legacys above-mentoned w hin Two yeares after my death: lastly: . doe make my Cozen Walter Hayne of Semly & Thomas Hayne of Dunhead St. Mary both in the County of Wilts afore sayd the ovrseers of this my last will & testament: In wittnes whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Seale th~ eighteenth day of february in the [y]eare of our saviour JHS Nativity 1633[/4] according to the computacon of the Church of England:

      Signed & Sealed in the prsence of Johes Harewicke Cli. Richardus Clapcott
      Ussilah Goodennow her mark
      [1]
    • On 22 May 1634, her will was proved at Sarum, Salisbury, Wiltshire. The inventory of the goods and chattels of
      Ussulah Goodinowe widow, late of Donhead St. Andrew, co.
      Wilts., deceased, was taken and "[ap]praised" by Walter
      Hayne and John Mercer, 22 May 1634. Total: £l59 6/8. [1]
    Person ID I2089  | Roy Line
    Last Modified 23 Nov 2019 

    Family Thomas Goodenow,   b. Abt 1570, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1617/18, Donhead St Andrew, Wiltshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years) 
    Married Y  [3
    Children 8 children 
    Last Modified 30 Apr 2019 
    Family ID F328  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Sources 
    1. [S263] Richardson, Douglas. "The Goodenow-Haynes Connection" , (New Haven, Connecticut: The American Genealogist, volume LXI, 1985).

    2. [S2000] ------------- Sources Below not Reviewed -------------.

    3. [S262] Richardson, Douglas. "English Origins of the Goodenow Family" , (New Haven, Connecticut: The American Genealogist, volume LII, 1976).