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Holway Family of Olveston and Itchington

Holway Family of Olveston and Itchington


John Holway (-1619c) and Martha (-1639c)

Yeoman of Olveston

 

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Edward Holway (-1615c) and – Cullimore

Husbandman of Itchington 

 

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Susannah Holway (-1684) and Robert Barton (-1663)

Yeoman of Thornbury

 

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John Barton I (1636-1687) and Mary Thurston (1645-1691)

 

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John Barton II (1672-1727) and Sarah Winstone (1679/80-1745)

 

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Thomas Barton (1714-1774) and Sarah Giles (Fosket) (-1788)

 

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Richard Barton (1741-1801) and Hannah Watts (1757c-1820)

 

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William Barton I (1784-1842) and Mary Dommett (1789-1870)

 

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John Barton III (1818-1878) and Sarah Perrott (1820c-1909)

 

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William Barton II (1854-1936) and Ellen Pick (1857-1930)

 

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JOHN HOLWAY, Great X Grandfather of Richard Barton

 

Husband of Martha

Father of Edward Holway

 

Also Father of John, William, Joan Bampton, Maud Hicks and Marjorie Edmonds

 

From website  ‘Gloucester Wills’:

In 1619 John Hollwaie of Olveston made a will which was proved at Gloucester. He mentioned his wife Martha and daughter Joan. He mentioned children Margery, John and Maud together with her children Margery and Joan Hicks. Also Joan and William Bampton (sic) of Lattridge, Iron Acton. Also William his son, the executor.

Martha is referred to as mother-in-law in the will of Edward Holway who made his will in 1615.

In 1639 Martha Hollway of Itchington made her will. She was a widow and made bequests to Frances, daughter of William Holway; Elnor daughter of Richard Hickes; Edward Holway and his children William, Susanna and John. Also she mentions in her will Mary wife of John Cullimore; Judith wife of William Holway; Peter son of Jms Beggood, Martha daughter of Joan Parloe. Executrix was her daughter Joan.

Men and Armour 1608:

Olveston:

‘John Holly the yonger sonne of John 2.m

Inhabytants Charged with the finding of Armour not before mentioned – John Holly thelder yeoman unable in body hath one musket and a calyver furn’. Sub.

Ilthington:

Edward Holway husbandman 2. Ca.

Christopher Hixe. 2. P. tr.’


 

EDWARD HOLWAY, Great IX Grandfather of Richard Barton

 

Son of John Holway and probably Martha

Husband of – Cullimore

Father of Susanna Barton

 

Father of John and William

 

Edward Holway of Itchington in the parish of Tytherington made a will in 1615 which was later proved at London. In this will he refers to his brother William Holway, his son John Holway, and daughter Susan Holway. He also mentions his father-in-law William Cullimore and Uncle Edward Cullimore, his own wife, his brother John Holway and his sister-in-law Martha Holway.

The Will of Edward Holway PCC Will at PRO (transcribed by me):

 

I Edward Holway of Itchington in the parish of Tytherington and County of Gloucester being sick in body but perfect in remembrance God be praised do this make my last will and testament in manner and form following. First I commend my soul into the hands of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by whose cross and passion…. And my body to be buried in the churchyard of Tytherington. Item I give to my son William twenty pounds to be  – at his age of one and twenty years or at his marriage to be paid in one year and one lamb. Item I give to my son John twenty pounds to be paid at his age of one and twenty years or at his  – day of marriage to be paid in one year… and one lamb… I give to my daughter Susan twenty pounds to be paid at the age of one and twenty years… equally between the others

I give to my cousin Johan Hickes twenty shillings to be paid at the age of one and twenty

… to my father in law William Cullimore –

I give out  – my son William and my son John and my daughter Susan…forty shillings a year yearly

 – my wife –

my brother John Holway – my sister-in-law, or is it mother-in-law, Martha Holway

Emily Holway relict

William Cullimore, Peter Link, William xxx, Christopher Hicks, Itchington,

Edward Cullimore of Itchington my uncle

Signed in 1615

Will of Edward Holway 7th Feb 1615 (Sue Stead)

I Edward Holway of Itchington in the parish of Tytherington and County of Gloucester being sick in body but perfect in remembrance God be praised do this make my last will and Testament in manner and forme followinge. First I commend my soule into the hands of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by whose merritte deathe and passion and Righteousness….for me to hope to be saved And my body to be buried in the churchyard of Tytherington. Item I give to my sonne William twenty pounds to be paid at his age of one and Twentie yeares or at my wifes daye of marriage one of these … and also one …. and one lamb. Item I give to my sonne John Twenty pounds to be paid at his age of one and Twentie years or at my Wives daye of marriage which of them …. come and also one year.. and one lambe. I give to my daughter Susan Twentie pounds to be paid at her age of one and Twentie year or at my Wives Daye of marriage which of them …. come and my biggest Brasse panne. And if any one of my Children dye before they come to the age of one and Twentie yeares his or her portion to remayne amongst the rest equally to be divided.

Item I give to my Cosen Johan Hickes Twentie shillings to be paid at the age of one and Twentie yeares, And havinge also an Assignement of my Father in law William Cullymore of his …. Dwellinge house of a lease of one and Twentie yeares and the residue of the yeares after his decease belonging to me and to my assignes I give out of the said yeares remayminge to my son William and my sonne John and my daughter Susan Fortie shillings a piece yearly for the remayning …. during the said yeares, provide allways that yf my wyfe may buy further estate to her self and to any one of my children to be at my wives disposinge. Item my will and desire is that all leases and Assignements of my Cosen William Hixes comitted in trust to me my wife to assigne and to deliver the same to give the said William Hixes. Item my will also and desire is that my Wife shall deliver one lease and one assignement of Edward Edmonds alias Evans comitted in trust to me to be kept the same to deliver to Edward Yomans yf my Father and my brother John Holway be so content. Item all the rest of my goodes and chattells moveable and immoveable I give to my wife .Ind…. whom I make my whole executor and to see my debts paid and my funerall discharged. In Witness hereunto Robert Hobbes esq marke of William Cullymore.

Debts owinge to me Peter Hickes of Itchington iiv l

William Bromton? the elder of Itchington vxx s

Richard Hyxes of Itchington vxxii s

Christopher Hickes of Itchington vx s

John Hobbs of Itchington viii s vi d

John Cullymore of Itchington the younger vii s

John Cullymore of Titherington vii s

Nicholas Hickes of Titherington vii s vi d

Edward Parker of Titherington vii s vi d

Richard Legge of Falfield vii s vi d

John Whit of Con…ll vii s vii d

Thomas Bishop of Allaston vxxx s for wintir my shepe vxii s ii d

Nicholas Milsom my … at the A….ation of the ….

Mary next coming vii l

William Hobbes for two bushells of wheat vii s vii d

Robert Hobbes for one peck of wheate vix vii d

My mother in lawe Martha Hollway fifty shillings for h… stuff or else to deliver my good to my wyfe and then to have tenn shillings …. have received in … of payment ….. was at the first tyme five marks, debts which I Edward Holway do owe to my Father in lawe William Cullymore vx l xii s vii d.

To John Bishop of Allaston Fortie Shillings for Rent

Giles Hobes of Titherington vxl s

To Edward Cullymore of Itchington my uncle vx l vii s being that which a certain note I have paid out for him

Proved 16th March by relict I…th  Holway

Men and Armour 1608:

Olveston:

‘John Holly the yonger sonne of John 2.m

Inhabytants Charged with the finding of Armour not before mentioned – John Holly thelder yeoman unable in body hath one musket and a calyver furn’. Sub.

Ilthington:

Edward Holway husbandman 2. Ca.

Christopher Hixe. 2. P. tr.’


SUSANNA BARTON, Great VIII Grandmother of Richard Barton

 

Daughter of Edward Holway and – Cullimore

Wife of Robert Barton

Mother of John Barton I

 

Also Mother of Mary, Sarah, Thomas and Jonathan

 

Susannah Holway married Robert Barton and had five children who were baptised at Thornbury between 1636 and 1652. Susannah made her will on 19th September 1684 and was buried at Thornbury on 10th October 1684.

Susannah Holway had a brother William Holway of Itchington who was alive in 1684. Robert Barton also refers to his brother-in-law, John Holly (sic), in 1663. Elizabeth Holway, James Hobbes of Itchington and Sarah Hobbes are all mentioned in either her will or that of her daughter Sarah Barton in 1694.

The Will of Susannah Barton (1684) 

 

10 Will – Susana Barton, Dated September 19th, 1684

In the name of God Amen I Susana Barton of Thornbury in the County of ~

Glour widow being sicke of body but of Good and perfect memory thanks bee

given unto god Doe make this my Last Will and testament in manner and ~

forme following first I Give and bequeath my soule into the hands of Almighty

god my maker and reedemer trusting to be saved by the only meritte of

Jesus Christ and I comitt my body to the Earth from whence itt was taken

and as tuching this my worldly goods which he hetherunto by gods providence I have

binn an unworthy steward I dispose of as followeth Impris I Give unto my Daughter

Sarah Barton one Lease or Assignemt of fower grounds that I purchased of ~

Phillip Russell & Theophilis Quinton all the Tearme and remainder of yeares

that is to come & unexpired to her & her assignes Item I give unto my Daughter

Sarah alsoe forty shillings a yeere to bee paide by my executor hereafter ~

named oute of a certaine Ground which I hold by Lease which I purchased

of Robert White of Oldbury upon {Trinn} During the Tearme of the said Lease

Item I Give Alsoe unto my Daughter Sarah Barton by best Beed and beed

steed with thappurtinances thereunto belonging which I now liete upon wth

the Table board and stooles & one Leather Chayer in the roome  Item I Give

alsoe to my Daughter Sarah my chest and all my weareing apparell wollen and

lynen Item Alsoe I Give unto my Daughter Sarah fower peices of pewter & my

best flagon & my best flagon Chafeing Dish and best brasse pan which was

my maiden pan and one brasse pott which I bought also my litle brasse

    alsoe

and ^ my litle {Ritle} & alsoe my Greate {Ritle} Alsoe I Give unto my Daughter

Sarah my cuboard in the Hale Item I Give alsoe to my Daughter Sarah ~

my spice morter and one payer of Andiers which I Doe comanly use

and one broche which shee shall chose Item Alsoe I Give unto my Daughter

Sarah Ten pounds in money to bee paid by my executor herafter named

Item I Give unto my son John Barton five shillings in money and my

spotted Brasse pan Item I Give unto my son John Bartons {five} ~

children ten shillings A peice and my son John his Aquitance shalbe

a sufficent Discharg for my Executor  Item I give unto my son Jonathan

Barton forty Shillings in money Item I Give unto my sonne Jonathans Two children

ten shillings a peice theire & fathers aquitance shalbe a sufficent discharge for my

Executor  Item alsoe I Give unto my cossen Edward Holway Twenty shillings

Item I give unto my sonne Thomas Barton twenty pounds of money which my

sonne John Barton doth owe unto me  Item Alsoe all the rest of my Goods ~

Chattells and catteles rights & credetts whatsoever I Give and bequeath unto my

sonne Thomas Barton whome I Doe make my whole & sole Executor of this

my said Last will & Testamt to see my Body Decently buried and my Debts paid

And I doe Desire my brother William Holway and my cossen James Hobbes

                                                                               last

boath of Itchington to be overseers of this my said ^ will and testamt in wittness

whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the nynteenth day of ~

September Anno Dom 1684

Sealed & dd in the presence                                                            the marke of

of us

the marke of                                                                                      B           LS

Will W Webb                                                                      Susana    Barton

John Lawrence

James Hobbes

An Inventory of all the goods catteles & Chattells

of Susana Barton of Thornbury in the Diocess of

Gloucr widdow lately deceased taken and apprized

the eight & Twentieth Day of October 1684 by

William Holway the elder of Itchington

James Hobbes and James Holway as followth /

{Impris} her wearing apparell ––––––––––––––––   03  —  00  —  00

Item   in money ––––––––––––––––––––––––   04  —  00  —  00

Item   in the parlor one standing beedsteed    }

          one beed one boulster one rugg to        }   05  —  00  —  00

          blainketts one payer of sheetts curtians }

          & matte                                              }

Ite      alsoe in the parlor one Table board }

          Six joyne stooles three chayers one }

          Long Coffer One peice of wayne=  }        01  —  00  —  00

          scott one carpett cloath with the      }

          binches                                         }

Item   in the Hale one Table board fower }

          joyne stooles one Cubboard one        }

          chayer one {settell} one Bacon Rack }      01  —  00  —  00

          two spitts one payor of Andiers        }

          one tongues one fender two              }

          {hain gelses}                                   }

Item   the Brasse and peweter –––––––  }          06  —  00  —  00

          and the warmeing pann                }

Ite      in the parlor Loaft one beed   }

          and beedsteed one Rugg one  }

          payer of blainketts one sheete }                03  —  00  —  00

          one boulstier one presse one– }

          chest one boxe and other       }

          Lumber                                }

Item   In the Buttery fower barrells        }          01  —  00  —  00

          and other Lumber goods ––––––  }

                                        Two

Ite      In the old Loaft and beed good     }

          Two beeds one Rugg one presse   }            2  —  00  —  00

          one chest one chayer and             }

          other Lumber ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~ }

Item   In the litle Loaft one beedsteed  }             00  —  10  —  00

          one {covlett} ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  }

Item   In the Loaft over the Shopp one          }

          one beedsteed one cubboard one         }    01  —  00  —  00

          one forme one Grate & other Lumber  }

Ite      one Chattell Leasie of Two grounds  }

          granted unto the deceased Susana     }

          Barton by Robert {Cohi?}and Hester }

          his wife called the pound Leases       }

          in O??bury upon fowor {graimted}   }      50  —  00  —  00

          in the yeare of or Lord god 1677        }

          for the space of one & Twenty          }

          yeers the Remander apprized            }

          att ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~   }

                                                                      }  ti  —    s   —   d

Item   Severall grounds purchased of               }

          Phillip Russell and Theophilis Quinton  } 01  —  00  —  00

          ending the Second Day of Febuary        }

          next ensuing apprised att ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~ }

Item   {Severall} Debtes due unto the testator }

          upon {specialties} being the sume       }   35  —  00  —  00

          of ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~   }

Item   all other goods & {impelmts} of house= }

          hold stuffe not before apprized              } 00  —  05  —  00

          apprized att ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  }                          .

                                                                    Tol –114  —  01  —  08

                                            The marke of

                                      Willi   W   Holway

                                     James Hobbes ?

                                      James Holway

                                  {        Ex?funi er at hoi Juliu im Regru          }

                                  {        Gloucestr 30o Octobr 1684 ? Thoma }

                                  {    Barton filiu ???? et  ????? ???? de?       }

                                  {  et Ex?eui xr p eero et pleno Julio x?          }

                                  { sub p testaroe tamen de addend xr ?         }

                                  { qdsi xr

 

Richard Byrd’s Summary of Susannah Barton’s Will:

 

I give to my daughter Sarah Barton one lease or assigment of …ground that I purchased of Philip Russell and Theophilus Quinton and goes on to give all personal property to her such as clothes and furnishings.

10 Will – Susana Barton, Dated September 19th, 1684

Testator:  Susana Barton of Thornbury, County of Gloucester, widow

Daughter:  Sarah Barton

Son:  John Barton

                John Barton has 5 children

Son:  Jonathan Barton

                Jonathan Barton has 2 children

Cousin:  Edward Holway

Son:  Thomas Barton

Brother:  William Holway of Itchington

Cousin:  James Hobbes of Itchington

Phillip Russell

Theophilis Quinton

Executor:  Thomas Barton, son

Witnesses:  Will Webb

                       John Lawrence

                       James Hobbs

Appraisers:  William Holway the elder of Itchington

                       James Hobbs

                       James Holway

Robert {Cohi?}and Hester his wife.


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