Ann Caine alias Brew 1671

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 5 March 2018
Original: 0106202

Archdeacon Will 1671A #27 Michael will of Ann Caine alias Brew, died 25 April 1671, farmland at the Whitehouse: 
Summary: husband John Caine, no children are mentioned, sister Christian Brew (her husband Edmund Cowle object to Christian's legacy), 
witnesses: John Cannell & Thomas Croghan, pledges: Charles Cannell & John Caine
will of sister: ArW 1677A #067 Ballaugh will of Christian Cowle alias Brew of Ballakinnag, died 28 January 1677/8: husband Edmund Cowle 
(they married in 1662 without license or banns), no children are mentioned, maidservant Margaret Cordeige, witnesses: John Corlett & 
John Stephen, pledges: J---, also: John Corteen entered a claim for 20s.     
see sister:  1662 presentment Michael: Edmund Cowle & wife Christian Cowle als Brew [her will 1677A #067 Ballaugh] were married without license or banns 
by Sir Thomas Thwaites who was presented 30 September 1662 Michael for doing so, & they were later appropriately married by Parson Robert Parr

Michaell ye 1671 The last will and testamt: of Ann Brew who depted this liffe the 25th of Aprill 1671; First she bequeathed her soult to God and her body to Christian buryall; Itm: she left to the poore at the Executors discretion; Itm: she left to her sister Christian Brewe 6d legasie and a charshiffe and dj a charshiffe and an apron; Itm: she left alsoe to all her next akine 6d legasie apeece to cut them for claimeinge any thinge against her Executor; Itm: she constituted and apoynted her husband John Caine her true and lawfull Executor of all the rest of her goods moveable and unmoveable Testis John Cannell The execr sworne in fom Tho: Cruaghin jurati of Law The witnesses also hath deposed yt ye said testatrix left not to her sister ye coate objected by Edmon Cowle Salvo tamen etc pbatum et solvit 1s The Inventory of the above Testator Ann Brew taken by 4 sworne men and the Sumnr being prised to ..... 1£ - 1s - 0d The goods in ye Execr: custody & hath given pledge secundum forman legis Charls Cannell & Jo: Caine The Executor being at lawfull yeeres & ye goods in his owne custody 2 months time is given to pfect the Invent June 21, 1671 more aded by the execr: the crop of a days plowing of oate land & barly land: and the crop of a dayes planinge of oate land at the White House; 2lb of linnen yarne & a smale quantitie of oate & barley meale; Itm: a yong stirk left out to pay ye debts of ye age of 3 yeeres old givinge in ye 4th yeer

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