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Susanna Trotman of North Nibley, wife of Jonas Organ II

  1. TROTMAN FAMILY of the STINCHCOMBE AND NORTH NIBLEY AREA

  2. CARTER FAMILY OF BAMFURLONG, BADGEWORTH AND LOWER SWELL

  3. GIBBS FAMILY OF NORTH NIBLEY

  4. PARSLEY FAMILY OF CHALFORD

 


 

Richard Troteman (Great x 20 Grandfather)

 

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John Troteman

Owned lands in Stancombe, Stinchcombe in 1384

 

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Robert Troteman ( -1417)

 

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Elias Trotman

 

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John Trotman

 

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Henry Trotman ( -1527)

 

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Thomas Trotman ( -1558) and Agnes Harding (-1558) (dau of William Harding of Cam)

Clothier of Cam

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John Trotman ( -1577) and Johan

 

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 Nicholas Trotman (-1577) and Cecill Carter (dau of Giles Carter of Swell)

Yeoman of Breadstone, Berkeley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1573-1644) and Susanna (-1652)

Clothier of North Nibley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1614-1643) and Mary Gibbs (dau of Nicholas Gibbes)

 

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Thomas Trotman (1639-1697) and Judith King (-1714)

Broadweaver of Littell Green, North Nibley

 

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Daniel Trotman (-1707) and Elizabeth Tindal (1702-1738)

Rugmaker of North Nibley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1705-1755) and Susan Parsley (-1777)

Blanketmaker of North Nibley

 

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Susanna Trotman (1726-1797) and Jonas Organ II (1726-1786)

 

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Susanna Organ and Abraham Perrett

 

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William Perrett II and Rebecca

 

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Sarah Perrett and John Barton III

 

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William Barton II and Ellen Pick

 

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Edward Percy Barton and Florence Noad

 


 

For previous Ancestors see F.H. Trotman – ‘The Trotman Family 1086-1963’


DANIEL TROTMAN, Great VII Grandfather of Richard Barton

Son of Thomas Trotman and Judith (nee King)

Husband of Elizabeth Tindall

Father of Thomas Trotman

 

Also Father of Mary, Hester and Daniel

 

Daniel Trotman was the son of Thomas and Judith Trotman. He married Elizabeth Tindal on 19th November 1698 at North Nibley.

Daniel Trotman was described as a Rugmaker when his daughter Hester was baptised in 1700.

Daniel was buried on 2nd August 1707 at North Nibley.

Elizabeth, his widow, was buried on 16th October 1738 at North Nibley.


 

ELIZABETH TROTMAN, Great VII Grandmother of Richard Barton

 

Daughter of Nathaniel Tindall and Joan (nee Curnock)

Wife of Daniel Trotman

Mother of Thomas Trotman

 

Also Mother of Mary, Hester and Daniel

 

Elizabeth Tindall was baptised at North Nibley on 27th March 1675 and she was described as the daughter of Nathaniel Tindall. Nathaniel Tyndale and his wife Joane Curnock were married at North Nibley on 12th June 1671. Joane, Elizabeth’s mother, was probably a daughter of Arthur Curnock as there is a baptism at North Nibley on 30th October 1636.

Nathaniel Tyndale, Clothier, was buried on 21st December 1700 at North Nibley and Joane, wife of Nathaniel Tindal was buried there on 27th January 1716.

Elizabeth Tindall married Daniel Trotman on 19th November 1698 at North Nibley.

Daniel Trotman was described as a Rugmaker when his daughter Hester was baptised in 1700.

Daniel was buried on 2nd August 1707 at North Nibley and Elizabeth, his widow, was buried on 16th October 1738 at North Nibley.


THOMAS TROTMAN, Great VI Grandfather of Richard Barton

Son of Daniel Trotman and Elizabeth (nee Tindal)

Husband of Susan Parsley

Father of Susanna Organ

 

Also Father of Elizabeth  

 

Thomas Trotman was baptised at North Nibley on 22nd April 1705 and was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Trotman.

He married Susan Parsley at Bisley on 6th December 1733. She was the daughter of William Parsley, a clothworker of Chalford, and his wife Susannah.

Thomas was buried at North Nibley on 18th November 1755 and was described as a Blanketmaker. Susannah was buried at North Nibley on 11th May 1777 described as ‘Widow of Thomas Tratman’.


SUSANNAH TROTMAN, Great VI Grandmother of Richard Barton

 

Daughter of William Parsley and Susannah (nee?)

Wife of Thomas Trotman

Mother of Susanna Organ

 

Also Mother of Elizabeth

Susannah was a beneficiary and executrix of her mother’s will of 1733.

She married Thomas Trotman on 6th December 1733 at Bisley. Thomas Trotman was baptised at North Nibley on 22nd April 1705 and was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Trotman.

Thomas was buried at North Nibley on 18th November 1755 and was described as a Blanketmaker. Susannah was buried at North Nibley on 11th May 1777 described as ‘Widow of Thomas Tratman’.


SUSANNAH ORGAN, Great V Grandmother of Richard Barton

Daughter of Thomas Trotman and Susan (nee Parsley)

Wife of Jonas Organ II

Mother of Susanna Perrett

 

Also Mother of Jonas, Ann, Thomas, Betty, Ann Vizard, Edward, Rebecca Merritt, Isaac and Joseph

 

Susanna, daughter of Thomas and Susan Trotman was baptised at Stinchcombe on 22nd February 1734.

Susanna Trotman married Jonas Organ II on 17th January 1758 at North Nibley and they had at least ten children, the youngest Joseph being born in 1776.

Jonas, her husband, died on 9th September 1786 at North Nibley and was buried there on 12th September. The widow, Susanna, made her will on 25th January 1797 and died on 4th February 1797. She was buried at North Nibley on 7th February. The will was sworn at Gloucester on 11th day of March 1797. Her son, Edward Organ and her son-in-law, Edward Vizard were the joint Executors and valuation was given at less than £300.

The Will of Susanna Organ:

‘By the Permission of Almighty God, I Susanna Organ of North Nibley in the County of Gloucester Widow, being sick and weak in Body but (blessed be God) of sound disposing mind memory and understanding, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following (that is to say) First I will and direct that all my just debts and Funeral expences be fully paid and satisfied Also, I give and devise unto my son Jonas Organ all that my now erec5ted tenement or dwelling house situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid wherein he now lives with the grader ground and outlet now by him occupied therewith, and at my close piece or parcel of ground with the appurtenances called the Ragg situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid to Holy to my said son Jonas and his assigns for the term estate and interest which shall be to come thereon at the time of my decease. Also I give and devise unto my son Edward Organ and my son-in-law Edward Vizard All and every other my leasehold messuages tenements mills lands and hereditaments situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid, with their and every of their rights mom… and appurtenances, to Hold to them my said son Edward Organ and son-in-law Edward Vizard their Executors Administrators and assigns as tenants in common for all the term or term estate and interest which shall be to come thereon respectively at the time of my decease subject nevertheless to the payment of six equal shares (the whole being divided into eight equal shares) of the full value of the same last mentioned leasehold premises unto my said son Jonas, and my son Isaac, and Joseph, and my Daughters Ann, Susanna and Rebecca respectively within six months next after my decease such valuation to be made by such person or persons as the majority of the parties interested in the premises by virtue of this my will shall choose, nominate or appoint. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son Edward Organ my eight day Clock, with the case weights and appurtenances belonging to the same Also I give and bequeath unto my said three sons Edward, Isaac and Joseph and my said daughter Susanna a silver table spoon each. All the rest and residue of my household goods and furniture I give and bequeath unto my said sons Edward and Joseph and my said daughter Rebecca to be equally divided between them share and share alike. And as to all the rest and residue of my goods, chattels, monies, living and dead stock, and all other my personal estate whatsoever, herein before disposed of, I hereby will and direct that an Inventory and Valuation shall be made and taken of the same as soon as conveniently may be after my decease, such valuation to be made by the same person or persons as to be chosen, nominated or appointed as aforesaid The amount of which said Inventory and Valuation (my said debts and funeral expences being first satisfied and discharged) I hereby direct shall be divided into eight equal parts or shares, and six equal parts or shares thereof I give and bequeath unto my said six children Jonas, Isaac, Joseph, Ann, Susanna, and Rebecca, and to be paid to them respectively within three months next after my decease, And the remaining two shares or parts thereof I give and bequeath unto my said son Edward Organ and son-in-law Edward Vizard to whom I do hereby constitute and appoint joint executors of this my will And  hereby revoking all and every will or wills by me at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament (the whole whereof is contained in two sheets of paper) to the first sheet thereof set my hand and to this second and last sheet thereof my hand and seal the twenty fifth day of January in the Year of Our lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Seven. Susanna Organ.

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the testatrix Susanna Organ as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us The mark of Hester X Perrett, Charles Whittard

11th day of March 1797 The abovementioned Edward Organ and Edward Vizard the joint Executors were duly sworn before me Thomas Rudge sur. Sworn to less than £300.’

Andrew Plaster, 31st May 2008:

Last time, I contacted you that I had a doubt why there was a second administration of Jonas Organ in 1798, a year after his widow Susanna’s will was proved in 1797. A few months ago, I found a reason why this happened.  As extracted from the book’s 11-page chapter 7d that I wrote:

Susanna’s will proved on 11th March 1797, was contested by her two step-sons Peter and Samuel Organ and step-daughter Jane Hurlestone of Dursley, all of whom were not mentioned in the will. A citation dated 25th March 1797 was issued to the executors Edward Organ and Edward Vizard.  An Inventory and account of the case of Organ and Hurlestone versus Organ and Vizard was drawn up on 27th April 1797.  The executors and two other people William Smith and William Trotman were granted administration of the unadministered part of the estate on 13th August 1798.

Andrew Plaster 15th January 2010:

7d) Jonas II & Susanna Organ and their descendants “the milling  family”

Jonas II, the third son of Jonas I and Frances Organ [chapter 7], was baptised on 29th September 1726 at North Nibley. The North Nibley Apprenticeship lists show: “1753 George Shearman to Jonas Organ – Millman. As Millman until 24 years old”.  His first wife was Elizabeth and they had five children [see chart 7]. She died in 1757. He secondly married Susanna Trotman on 17th January 1758 in North Nibley, and they had ten further children.

Jonas paid the parish rates recorded frequently in the overseer’s book as an occupier of a mill. He died intestate in 1786, and had an administration of his goods dated 6th August 1790, which was sworn to less than £100 and states that he was a blanket-maker. Edward Vizard (son-in-law) and Edward Organ (son) both yeomen, administrated the estate and everything was granted to the widow Susanna. She continued to pay the parish rates as an occupier of the mill.  From the Monumental Inscription records compiled by Ralph Bigland in the 1790s, there was a tombstone in the graveyard in North Nibley: Jonas Organ of this parish died 9/9/1786, aged 61, and Susanna, his relict died 4/2/1797, aged 62. This gravestone cannot now be traced.

Susanna’s will proved on 11th March 1797, was contested by her two stepsons Peter and Samuel Organ and step-daughter Jane Hurlestone of Dursley, none of whom were mentioned in the will. A citation[1] dated 25th March 1797 was issued to the executors Edward Organ and Edward Vizard.  An Inventory and account of the case of Organ and Hurlestone versus Organ and Vizard was drawn up on 27th April 1797.  The executors and two other people William Smith and William Trotman were granted administration of the unadministered part of the estate on 13th August 1798.

Will of Susannah Organ (widow of Jonas Organ) read on 11th March 1797:

‘By the Permission of Almighty God, I Susanna Organ of North Nibley in the County of Gloucester Widow, being sick and weak in Body but (blessed be God) of sound disposing mind memory and understanding, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following (that is to say) First I will and direct that all my just debts and Funeral expenses be fully paid and satisfied

Also, I give and devise unto my son Jonas Organ all that my now erected tenement or dwelling house situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid wherein he now lives with the grader ground and outlet now by him occupied therewith, and at my close piece or parcel of ground with the appurtenances called the Ragg situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid to Hold to my said son Jonas and his assigns for the term estate and interest which shall be to come thereon at the time of my decease.

Also I give and devise unto my son Edward Organ and my son-in-law Edward Vizard All and every other my leasehold messuages tenements mills lands and hereditaments situate and being in North Nibley aforesaid, with their and every of their rights mom… and appurtenances, to Hold to them my said son Edward Organ and son-in-law Edward Vizard their Executors Administrators and assigns as tenants in common for all the term or term estate and interest which shall be to come thereon respectively at the time of my decease subject nevertheless to the payment of six equal shares (the whole being divided into eight equal shares) of the full value of the same last mentioned leasehold premises unto my said son Jonas, and my son Isaac, and Joseph, and my Daughters Ann, Susanna and Rebecca respectively within six months next after my decease such valuation to be made by such person or persons as the majority of the parties interested in the premises by virtue of this my will shall choose, nominate or appoint.

Also I give and bequeath unto my said son Edward Organ my eight day Clock, with the case weights and appurtenances belonging to the same

Also I give and bequeath unto my said three sons Edward, Isaac and Joseph and my said daughter Susanna a silver table spoon each.

All the rest and residue of my household goods and furniture I give and bequeath unto my said sons Edward and Joseph and my said daughter Rebecca to be equally divided between them share and share alike. And as to all the rest and residue of my goods, chattels, monies, living and dead stock, and all other my personal estate whatsoever, herein before disposed of, I hereby will and direct that an Inventory and Valuation shall be made and taken of the same as soon as conveniently may be after my decease, such valuation to be made by the same person or persons as to be chosen, nominated or appointed as aforesaid The amount of which said Inventory and Valuation (my said debts and funeral expenses being first satisfied and discharged) I hereby direct shall be divided into eight equal parts or shares, and six equal parts or shares thereof I give and bequeath unto my said six children Jonas, Isaac, Joseph, Ann, Susanna, and Rebecca, and to be paid to them respectively within three months next after my decease, And the remaining two shares or parts thereof I give and bequeath unto my said son Edward Organ and son-in-law Edward Vizard to whom I do hereby constitute and appoint joint executors of this my will And  hereby revoking all and every will or wills by me at any time heretofore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament (the whole whereof is contained in two sheets of paper) to the first sheet thereof set my hand and to this second and last sheet thereof my hand and seal the twenty fifth day of January in the Year of Our lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety Seven.      Susanna Organ.

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the testatrix Susanna Organ as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us.  The mark of Hester X Perrett, Charles Whittard

Will written on 5th January 1797. Sworn to less than £300.

Administration of Jonas Organ dated 13th August 1798

‘Edward Vizard of North Nibley in the County and Diocese of Gloucester Clothmaker Edward Organ of the same place Yeoman, William Smith of the City of Gloucester Staymaker and William Trotman of the same City, Hostler are held and firmly bound unto Richard, Lord Bishop of Gloucester in the Sum of Two hundred Pounds… Dated Thirteenth Day of August in the Thirty-eighth Year of the Reign of George III 1798.

 Edward Vizard and Edward Organ, above bound or legal representatives Administrators of all goods chattels and credits of Jonas Organ, late of North Nibley in the County and Diocese of Gloucester, Rug Maker deceased, unadministered by Susannah Organ his late Widow deceased …  Signed Edward Vizard, Edward Organ, Wm Smith, The mark of William Trotman.

13th August 1798 In which day personally Edward Vizard and Edward Organ and alleged that Jonas Organ late of north Nibley in the Diocese of Gloucester Rugmaker decd died intestate that administration of all and singular his goods, chattels, rights and credits was duly granted to Susannah Organ his widow That the said Susannah Organ before she had fully administrated the said goods and chattels also departed this life having first duly made and published her last will and Testament in writing and appointed the said Edward Vizard and Edward Organ the Executors thereof who have since duly proved the same will and are thereby become the representatives of the said last will and testament of the said Susannah Organ, deceased.

Whereof they pray that administration … Of all and singular the goods chattels rights and credits of the said Jonas Organ deceased left unadministered as aforesaid may be granted and committed to them on giving such good and sufficient … as in this behalf is required. Let Administration … be granted as above prayed. Thos Rudge surr. Sworn less than £100.’


 

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CARTER FAMILY OF BAMFURLONG, BADGEWORTH AND LOWER SWELL


Giles Carter (-1585) and Margaret

of Bamfurlong, Badgeworth and Lower Swell

 

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Nicholas Trotman (-1577) and Cecill Carter

Yeoman of Breadstone, Berkeley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1573-1644) and Susanna (-1652)

Clothier of North Nibley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1614-1643) and Mary Gibbs (Dau of Nicholas Gibbes)

 

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Thomas Trotman (1639-1697) and Judith King (-1714)

Broadweaver of Littell Green, North Nibley

 

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Daniel Trotman (-1707) and Elizabeth Tindal (1702-1738)

Rugmaker of North Nibley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1705-1755) and Susan Parsley (-1777)

Blanketmaker of North Nibley

 

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Susanna Trotman (1726-1797) and Jonas Organ II (1726-1786)

 

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Susanna Organ and Abraham Perrett

 

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William Perrett II and Rebecca

 

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Sarah Perrett and John Barton III

 

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William Barton and Ellen Pick

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Edward Percy Barton and Florence Noad


 

GILES CARTER, Great XII Grandfather of Richard Barton

 

Giles was a Yeoman of Badgeworth. He was married to Margaret when he made his will in 1585. Probate was granted 29th October 1585.

Giles Carter made his PCC will on 4th July 1585. The will is long and there are numerous bequests including ones for the poor of Badgeworth, Upton, Hucclecote, Gloucester, Cirencester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury and, I think, St Margaret’s Gloucester. He also leaves money to Gloucester Cathedral.

He refers to his wife, his son John Carter, his son-in-law, Thomas Machin of Cheltenham, his brother Thomas Carter, his sister Agnes Holyday and also nieces and nephews. He refers to John Trotman, his daughter’s son and also her children Edward Trotman and Elizabeth Trotman as well as John Trotman’s wife.

He mentions ‘given at my departure from Pirton’. Is this Purton, Churchdown?


JOHN CARTER, Great XII Uncle of Richard Barton

 

John Carter of Lower Swell was High Sheriff of Gloucestershire 1612.


CECILL TROTMAN, Great XI Grandmother of Richard Barton

 

Daughter of Giles Carter and Margaret (?)

Wife of Nicholas Trotman

Mother of Thomas Trotman

 

Also mother of John, Infant William, Alice Hytchings and Edward Trotman

 

Cecill was a daughter of Giles Carter of Lower Swell. She married Nicholas Trotman, a yeoman of Breadstone, and Berkeley who died in 1577. Cecill died before Nicholas’s second marriage to Anne Webb of Morningford Abbas, Wiltshire, at Urchfont on  22nd October 1576.


 

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GIBBS FAMILY OF NORTH NIBLEY


William Gibbs (-1624) and Elizabeth Long

Yeoman of North Nibley

 

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Nicholas Gibbs ( -1648) and (?) Joane Lapley

Clothier of North Nibley

 

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Mary Gibbs (1615- ) and Thomas Trotman (1614-1643)

 

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Thomas Trotman (1639-1697) and Judith King ( -1714)

Broadweaver of Littell Green, North Nibley

 

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Daniel Trotman ( -1707) and Elizabeth Tindal (1702-1738)

Rugmaker of North Nibley

 

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Thomas Trotman (1705-1755) and Susan Parsley ( -1777)

Blanketmaker of North Nibley

 

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Susanna Trotman (1726-1797) and Jonas Organ II (1726-1786)

 

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Susanna Organ and Abraham Perrett

 

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William Perrett II and Rebecca

 

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Sarah Perrett and John Barton III

 

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William Barton II and Ellen Pick

 

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Edward Percy Barton and Florence Noad

 

 


 

WILLIAM GIBBES, Great IX Grandfather of Richard Barton

 

In 1544 as William Gibbes paid £12 and had a sallet and splints.

A William Gibbes of North Nibley married Elizabeth Long of Wotton-under-Edge on 10th October 1570

William Gibbes was a Yeoman and he made his very detailed will in July 1624 and it was proved in the following year. He was buried on 14th August 1624 at North Nibley.

His will reveals that he had sons William, James and Nicholas as well as a daughter Elizabeth Champion.


 

NICHOLAS GYBBES, Great VIII Grandfather of Richard Barton

 

Possibly husband of Joane Lapley (?)

Father of Mary Trotman

 

Also Father of Nicholas, William, Anne, Elizabeth and James

We know from his will that Nicholas Gybbes was a Clothier of North Nibley. It is possible that Nicholas married Joane Lapley on 29th September 1606 at North Nibley.

In 1608 Nycholas Gybbs, Clothier was listed in Men at Arms for Gloucestershire as living in North Nibley Parish. He was described as 2. Ca. James Gybbs, a weaver, was listed with him as 1. Ca.

Nicholas was a major beneficiary in his father’s will of 1624 and inherited his looms etc

Nicholas made his will in December 1648 and was buried at North Nibley on 11th December 1648. The will was proved in the February.

Nicholas directs that he be buried at North Nibley and he mentions property at Bassett’s Court.

He mentions his son William and his children William, Nicholas and Mary Gibbes.

He also mentions Thomas, Henry and Mary Trotman together with Sara Machen, children of his daughter Mary Machen.

He mentions his daughter-in-law, Mary Gibbes

He appoints his son James Gibbes as the executor of the will.


MARY MACHEN, Great VII Grandmother of Richard Barton

 

Mary Gibbs was baptised at North Nibley in April 1615. She married Thomas Trotman at North Nibley on 17th April 1639. He died in 1643.

She probably married a Machen and had a daughter Sara


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PARSLEY FAMILY OF CHALFORD


William Parsley (1656-1738) and Susannah ((1672-1733)

Clothworker of Chalford, Bisley

 

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Susan Parsley ( -1777) and Thomas Trotman (1705-1755)

Blanketmaker of North Nibley

 

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Susanna Trotman (1726-1797) and Jonas Organ II (1726-1786)

 

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Susanna Organ and Abraham Perrett

 

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William Perrett II and Rebecca

 

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Sarah Perrett and John Barton III

 

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William Barton II and Ellen Pick

 

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Edward Percy Barton and Florence Noad

 

 


 

WILLIAM PARSLEY, Great VII Grandfather of Richard Barton

Husband of Susannah

Father of Susannah Trotman

Also Father of William and Elizabeth

William Parsley was a Clothworker of Chalford. He was born in about 1656 and he married Susannah (1672-1733) in about 1700. She was buried at Bisley on 19th October 1733 aged sixty-one-years and William was buried at Bisley on 8th May 1738 aged eighty-two-years.

Will of Susannah Parsley PCC

In the name of God, Amen. I Susannah Parsley, wife of William Parsley of Chalford in the Parish of Bisley in the county of Gloucester, Clothworker, by virtue of a power in me reserved and being sick and weak but of sound and disposing mind and memory (praised be God) I do make and declare this my last will and testament in manner following (that is to say). Impris I give unto my loving husband to be paid him by my executors hereinafter named, one annuity or yearly sum of ten pounds to be paid him by four quarterly payments (to wit) at Lady Day, Midsummer, Michaelmas and Christmas the first payment to be made at such of the said feasts that shall happen to be made at such of the said feasts that shall happen next after my demise. Item I give and bequeath unto my son William the sum of forty pounds all the rest and residue of my goods, chattels and personal estate my funeral expenses, debts and legacies being first paid and discharged. I give and bequeath unto my two daughters Elizabeth and Susannah whom I hereby make and institute executors of this my will. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this sixth day of June 1773. Susannah Parsley… in the presence of Samuel Peach and Richard Smart.

Proved London 8th February 1733 by Elizabeth Parsley and Susannah Trotman otherwise Parsley, now wife of Thomas Trotman…. Daughters of the deceased and executrixes named….


 

SUSANNAH TROTMAN, Great VI Grandmother of Richard Barton

Daughter of William Parsley and Susannah (nee?)

Wife of Thomas Trotman

Mother of Susanna Organ

 

Also Mother of Elizabeth Trotman

Susannah was a beneficiary and executrix of her mother’s will of 1733.

She married Thomas Trotman on 6th December 1733 at Bisley. Thomas Trotman was baptised at North Nibley on 22nd April 1705 and was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Trotman.

Thomas was buried at North Nibley on 18th November 1755 and was described as a Blanketmaker. Susannah was buried at North Nibley on 11th May 1777 described as ‘Widow of Thomas Tratman’.




 

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