William TURLE Richard TURLE James TURLE Thomas TURLE Sarah TURLE Elizabeth TURLE William FIELD Sarah POOLE Mini tree diagram

Mary TURLE

1784 -

Life History

1784

Born

14th Jul 1784

Baptised in St Mary Magdalen, Taunton.1

1819

Settlement of marriage to William FIELD.2

10th Jun 1819

Married William FIELD in St Mary Magdalen Taunton

DD\DP/44/9 Marriage settlement re burbage on west side of High Street Taunton

In 1819 Mary Turle and William Field wanted to marry but Mary had property and money and was much older than William. The agreement puts the property in the name of her brothers, Richard, grocer and James, victualler and John White Newton, a grocer of Wiveliscombe. It is a very large document with lots of clauses built in to protect Mary. John, William's father, signs on his behalf of his son as he is underage.

Notes

  • DD\DP/44/9 Marriage settlement re burbage on west side of High Street Taunton

    In 1819 Mary Turle and William Field wanted to marry but Mary had property and money and was much older than William. The agreement puts the property in the name of her brothers, Richard, grocer and James, victualler and John White Newton, a grocer of Wiveliscombe. It is a very large document with lots of clauses built in to protect Mary. John, William's father, signs on his behalf of his son as he is underage.
  • Will of William Turle 1814

    Give to:

    Richard - son - 100
    friend Josiah Easton and John Perrat - 300 in trust for and towards maintenance of 3 grandchildren, Richard William, Sarah and John (children of son Richard) .

    friend Josiah Easton and John Perrat - 200 in trust for and towards maintenance of 2 granddaughters, Hannah and Mary (children of son James).

    James two tennements or dwelling houses near High Street Taunton,

    daughter Mary dwelling in High Street and 100 and half of household goods furniture and plate except the fixtures and the corner cupboard which was her mothers.

    daughter Sarah Gadd, dwelling house where William is living, the adjoining property and the garden at the end of the Court and the residue of the estate.

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