Josiah Stanborough Sr.

Josiah Stanborough Sr.

Birth
Kent, England
Death 1661 (aged 60–61)
Sagaponack, Suffolk County, New York, USA
Burial Sagaponack, Suffolk County, New York, USA
Memorial ID 16994283 · View Source
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Josiah Stanborough (son of William S. Stanborowe). He married Frances Gransden on 1636 in St. Giles in the field, London England, daughter of Henry Gransden and Alice Harris.

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born in October 1600 in Kent, England.

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WILL OF JOSIAH STANBOROUGH—dated 16 Jul 1661; proved 03 Sep 1661
In the name of God, amen, I Josiah Stanborough being sick in body but in perfect memory doe make and ordaine this my last will and testament this 6th of July 1661.
First I give my soul to Almighty God, and my body to bee buried at Sagaponack by my former wife. I appoint my son Peregrine sole executor.
I give my wife Al(i)ce 1/3 of my land at Sagaponack within the fence, provided she maintain 1/3 of the fence, and after her death the land and fence to return to my son Peregrine. I bequeath to my wife Alce 12 head of Cow cattell proportionably old and young, and 20 sheep.
I bequeath my dawter Mary 10 cattle and 20 sheep. I give my son Josiah 10 head of cattle, and 20 sheep. I give my wife Alce my horse on which I used to ride. I give my daughter Sarah my old mare. And to my daughter Mary a filly about 3 years old. I give my son Josiah my young horse lately gelt. I give to my son Josiah all my land at Sagaponack without the fence. I give my children Sarah, Mary and Josiah 18 parcels of pot ware. I give my wife Alce 6 parcels of pot ware, now in use in the house. I give my daughter Sarah one feather bed and bowlster and a pair of blankets that are to come from the weavers, and 50 lbs of wool. I give my daughter Mary a feather bed, boulster, and pair of blankets. I give my daughter Mary a piece of stuff greene grogram to make her a gowne. I give my wife Alce 3 yards of broad cloth. I give my daughter Sarah 12 yards of black grogram to make her a gowne. I give to my daughter Mary two pieces of red peniston to make her a petty coat. I give Josiah soe much yellow cotton as will make him two waist coats. I give him half my wearing clothes.
I give to my 4 youngest children each a bar of iron. I give the poor of Southampton 5£. I give my wife Alce at her request a bed case made of hemp with boulster. I give my 2 daughters each 2 pairs of sheets, and my wife is to yield up her right to the land of Goodman Jessup hee bought of mee. I doe appoint my wife and children to live together and to be supplied with corn for provisions, and seed out of the stock.


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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Josiah Stanborough Sr. (Oct 1600–1661), Find a Grave Memorial no. 16994283, citing Sagg Cemetery, Sagaponack, Suffolk County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Fred Saar (contributor 46511066) .