Catherine Camaish alias Key 1674

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 31 August 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1674A #03 Andreas will of Catharine Camaish alias Key dated 12 April 1674: 
Summary: husband [John] Camaish is not mentioned [died 1643, ArW 1644A #52 Andreas], dau Joney Camaish, son John Camaish, 
son William Camaish (married to Joney Key, died August 1674), sister Ellin/Nelly Key, also: Philip Camaish (witness), 
also: Dolt Quayle (she has a son), Margaret Sayle, Isabel Teare (2nd wife of Philip Camaish, md 1656 Jurby)
will of husband: ArW 1644A #52 Andreas will of John Camaish, died 12 December 1643 intestate: wife [Catharine Key] 
is alive [died 1674, ArW 1674A #03 Andreas],   children all underage: John, Joney and William,   illegitimate 
daughter, pledges: Thomas Bittle & William Radcliffe senior & William Cottier, also:[?father in law] John Key has 
a bed due to John & his wife, also: William Key owed 10s, John Key junior owed 10s,  William Camaish owed 6s, see: 
Joney Key & William Camaish presented 1667 Andreas for adultery, she is pregnant, they married dau in law: Andreas 
parish register:  Jony Camaish als Kee  buried 31 August 1674
will of mother in law: ArW 1635A #34 Andreas will of Joney Camaish alias Martin, died 8 Jan 1635/6:  husband xxxx 
Camaish is not mentioned, dau Catharine Camaish [married Daniel Garrett], son William Camaish, son Ewan/Huan Camaish, 
son John Camaish (married Catharine Key, [her will ArW 1674A #03 Andreas]), dau Joney Camaish [married John Key], 
granddau Joney Camaish,  granddaus Joney & Catharine Key,  granddaus Joney & Catharine Camaish, granddau Ann Camaish, 
also: Stephen Kneen, witnesses: son in law John Key & John Camaish
will of brother in law: ArW 1666A #40 Andreas will of Daniel Garrett, died 10 February 1666/7, wife Catharine Camaish 
is alive: 2 grandchildren, Ellin & son in law John Radcliffe (married April 1664), brothers & sister, wife Catharine 
Camaish, uncle Sir Hugh Cannell, widow Catharine Camaish als Key (Danís wife and Catharineís husband were siblings).  
Also Articles of Marriage 1664: Ellin Garrett married John Radcliffe, witnesses include William Radcliffe, John 
Radcliffe, Philip Sayle, William Radcliffe, William Camaish, Stephen Key, William Camaish senior, Daniel Tear, Daniel/
Dollin Stephen brother in law: Andreas parish register:  Daniel Carrett   buried February 1666
son & dau in law: ArWills November 1667 Andreas presentments:  Andreas: presented by the Chapr quest of KK Andrews 
vizt . . . Will Camaish & Jony Kee for adulterie    3 dies prsented in the Archdeacon books      pregnans

Apll: the 12th 1674 This is affirmed to be ye last will & testament of Kathe Camaish alis Kee, who first commited her soule to God & her body to Christian buryall: It: she bequeathed to the poore at ye discretione of her execr: It: she left to her daughter Jony a sheet, a canvish, a carchiff & 2 mufflers & a coate, It: to Dolt Quaile a carchiffe & to her son as much cloath as will him a paire of breeches, It: shee left to her son Jo: Camaish her part of the hoghead yt is in his owne custody & 6d legasies. It: to Margt Saile 2 pottls of principle corne, & yt to cleare her of all reckonings betwixt them, It: to her sister Nelly Kee as muc cloath as will bee her a carchiff, It: to Sr: Joh: a mutton; It: to her daughter in law Jony Key a coate, weskcott, a carchife & a muffler; It: shee left to her son Willm Camaish her right of the crope of corne 2 sheets 2 canvisses, a blankett, & all necessaries within the house, she allso constituted & ordained her said son Willm executor of all the rest of her goods wtsoever. It: she bequeathed to Phillip Camaish 6d Legat: & to her said execr: the chist, & to her daughter Jony the pott The necessitie of proveing this will before the Court day, is in regard the crope is in strife, & would be lost, if not in time proved Testes J: Huddleston The executor sworn in Phillip Camaish jurati form of law pbatum et solvit 1s Sepr: 6th 1674 Joh Camaish enters his claime against the executor for of Cathe Camaish his mother for all yt is promissed & expressed in his contract bargan due to him, & not yet satisfied, boath in the first halfe & also at the latter day: & craveth prosses Novembr ye 4th 1674 A codicill addited in his verbis yt she gave a peece of gold unto her daugr hand & wished it should be disburst for her funerall, as the daughr acknowledgeth: And allso thinking yt she had bequeathed too little to her daughr, she delivered to her said daugr with her own hard a sheet & a canvish & in regard she was soe dutifull & craefull of her all her lifetime: sworne by Cathe: Cotter & Cathe: Camaish [next page] Jony Camaish her daugr sworne & examined saith; yt her deceased mother bequeathed, & willed yt Cathe: Camaish should have for her paines & care she took of her dureing her sicknes, a yallow coate, a smock, her bodys & an old weskcoat, & more shee deserved, if she had libertie to give it Jony Camaish X The execr: appeared not, tho ableidged to appeare before he was released out of prison: & was charged by order & gave bonds to appeare yet have disobey ad carc--- & allso Dolt Quaill Jony Kee Issable Teere as ye Sumner hath made affidavid The Invent of Jony Camaise priced by 4 sworne men vizt: Joh: Kneele Will: Quirke, Donll: Christian & Joh Corlett as followeth: Impr: the crope priced to ................ 3£- 0s - 0 d It: 1 stack of hay .................................... 0 - 8 - 0 It: 2 mayres .......................................... 1 - 0 - 0 It: another maire ..................................... 0 - 14 - 0 It: another mayre ..................................... 0 - 12 - 0 It: 1 oxe ............................................. 1 - 0 - 0 It: sheepe ............................................ 0 - 10 - 0 It: geese ............................................. 0 - 3 - 0 It: 1 swine ........................................... 0 - 1 - 0 It: hering netts wool & yarne ........................ 0 - 6 - 0 It: the plough beame, heringe bagg 3£ hemp ............ 0 - 2 - 0 It: hemp seede & flaxe seede .......................... 0 - 0 - 6 It: for yron ... alledged to be his owne goods......... 0 - 1 - 6 7 - 18 The dead pt 25 yarrds of linnen ....................... 1 - 8 - 0 It: her owne linnens .................................. 0 - 10 - 0 It: 2 blanketts ....................................... 0 - 8 - 0 It: 1 fledge .......................................... 0 - 4 - 0 It: some blew gorge 3 yards ........................... vert [next page] £ s d It: 1 oxe ............................................. 1 - 0 - 0 It: 1 cow ............................................. 0 - 16 - 0 It: another cow ....................................... 0 - 15 - 0 It: a heffer .......................................... 0 - 12 - 0 It: a calfe ........................................... 0 - 2- 0 It: an oxe he sould for .............................. 1 - 10 - 0 7 - 5 - March ye 13th 1674/5 The difference betwixt Wm Camash and his sister Jony Camash haveing occaconed, as created, very much of unnessary trouble and expence being rather out of a humour or matter of Revenge then otherwise the mattter onely being a pott, a triviall thinge, to brought a Cort withall soe often, Therfore upon these grounds and reasons, the matter is dismist of this Cort, and the pties to have no further hearing in this case hereafter, against ye formr order already made in this behalfe Henrie Soderensis Joh: Harrison Charles Parr

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