William Kinvig 1668

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 6 March 2021
Original: 0106201

Archdeacon Will 1668A #35 Malew will of William Kinvig, dated 1 April 1669:
Summary: wife Mary Kewley (dead, her will ArW 1665A #004 Malew), niece Elizabeth Shimmin daughter of John Shimmin [& deceased Elizabeth Kinvig, ArW 1661A 
#075 Malew], eldest brother xxxx Kinvig, brother William Kinvig, brother John Kinvig, brother Robert Kinvig, nephew? John Kinvig son of William Kinvig and 
Iny Voddy/Boddaugh, nephew in law John Kewley son to Henry Kewley (brother of wife), brother in law Henry Kewley (son is John), brother in law William 
Kewley (wife is alive, has custody of nephew John's legacies), also: wife of Henry Bridson, Margaret Kneale, Catharine Kneale, Alice Lewney, Cath Lewney 
alias Cottier, Henry Kewley of Douglas, Margaret Caveen, Jane Callister, Margaret Kewley, John Radcliffe, Thomas Karran, William Quackin, Thomas Caulsten, 
Margaret Cuddi---, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Bell, witnesses: Edward Shimmin & John Kneale.  NOTE, The surnames Boddaugh and Voddy are used interchangeably 
during the early to mid 1600s.
Malew burial parish: William Kenvige buried 4 April 1669.
Malew burial parish: William Kinvig married Mary Kewley on 31 July 1655 in Malew.
Wife: Malew burial parish: Mary Kinvig als Kewley buried 28 January 1664/5.
Will of wife: ArW 1665A #004 Malew will of Mary Kinvig alias Kewley, died 27 January 1664/5: husband William Kinvig is alive [he died 1669, ArW 1668A #35 
Malew, they married 1655], no children are mentioned, nephew John Kewley (left the testator's part of the house & lands after husband died, his father is 
Henry Kewley), brother William Kewley (left 6d), brother Henry Kewley (his children were owed 10s), also: Margaret Kneale (left 5s owed her), Isabel Kewley 
(left a petticoat), Christian Quayle (left a kerchief); witnesses: John Kneale & John Woods, pledges: William Kinvig & William Quayle.
Will of sister: ArW 1661A #75 Malew will of Elizabeth Shimmin alias Kennaugh/Kinnage Kinvig, died 10 January 1662/3, NOTE The scribe recorded Elizabeth's 
surname as 'Kinnage' in her will, BUT as 'Kenvig' in the defunct listing, and her brother William is recorded as 'Kinvig' in his will (ArW 1668A #35 Malew): 
husband [John] Shimmin is alive; dau Elizabeth Shimmin; mother is alive, brothers William Kinvig & John Kinvig are supervisors; also mentions 'former 
[?dead] childrens goods and debts'; witnesses: Margaret Caesar & Margaret Cubbon, pledges: Nicholas Shimmin & John Bridson.
Sister: Malew parish register: Elizabeth Shymyn als Kenvig buried 11 January 1662/3.

KK Malew Aprill first 1669 The last will and testament of William Kenvige who comitted his so-----[torn edge] God and body to Christian buriall; Item he bequeathed to Eliz: Shim-----[torn edge] hter to John Shimine xs[10s]; It: he bequeathed to John Kenvige son to W-----[torn edge] and Iny Voody the house that was Karrans with the gardens and is to pay Eliz: Shimine above named the xs wch is bequeathed to her; Item bequeathed his brother Robt his cloake and one shilling yf he came for itt; It: -----[torn edge] athed to John Kewley son to Henry all the right and tytle he hath to the -----[torn edge] and to be in the custody of William Kewley the uncle till the said John come to -----[torn edge] it and yf the said John never com for it then William Kewley foresaid is to h-----[torn edge] it forever; It: he bequeathed to the said Jo: Kewley all the rest of the houses -----[torn edge] formerly did belonge to him by his wife, Mary Kewley and, to be in the custody of W-----[torn edge] Kewley with the croft till he com himselfe to receive it; Item he bequeathed to William Kewley aforesaid his part of the garden yt is at ye backe of ye -----[torn edge] and is to pay in lieue of the same to John Kewley 4s wh, he clamed from ye -----[torn edge] and said that John Kewley had 18d more then he had acquittance for; Item -----[torn edge] bequeathed to his eldest brother his shap'd cloathes; Item he bequeathed all -----[torn edge] rest of his goods moveable and unmoveable to his brethren William & Jo----- [torn edge] Kenvige; Item bequeathed to uxor Henry Bridson an ould blankett, Item he acknowledged 4s to be due to Margrett Kneele and had a petticoat in 2-----[torn edge] Item due to Cath: Kneele two yards of lynine cloath; It: to Alise Lowney 2 -----[torn edge] Item to Cathe Lowney als Cotter 10d; Item: to Hen: Kewley of Duglas 4s; Item to Margrett Caveene 4d; To Jane Calister 4s and a days worke; Item to Marg-----[torn edge] Kewley 18d; Item to Jo: Ratcliffe 4d; To Tho: Karran 3s wantinge 2s; To -----[torn edge] wife of William Kewley 10d; Item debts left upon som psons due to him to -----[torn edge] from William Quackin 6s; It: he left to Tho: Caulsten his bargan of ye ho-----[torn edge] and gardens that was Karrans for the ten yeares; Item due to Margrett Cuddi-----[torn edge] foure kissans of meal corne; It: left a ladder bequeathed for the use of ye towy-----[torn edge] Wm Kewley to have ye keepeinge therof Itt: hee said that there was in the hands of Test: Edward Shimmin } Wm Kewley to pay ye ffine...iijs John Kneele } jurati pbatum et solvit xijd The Inventory of ye goods of ye said William view'd and prized by foure swarne men v-----[torn edge] Robt: Caveene Dan: Caveene Edward Shimine & John Kneele as followeth Impris the loomes with all ye geares priced to .................. 00£- 10s- 00d Item a hogshead and paile ....................................... 00 - 01 - 008 Item a mug, ould chest; an ould woollen wheele .................. 00 - 01 - 04 Item a stoone ................................................... 00 - 00 - 08 Item a cow ...................................................... 00 - 15 - 00 Item 2 stoones more and a barrell and churn staff ............... 00 - 02 - 10 Item a mugg 2 canns & woodden dishes .......................... 00 - 00 - 10 Item an iron pott and a broken mugge ............................ 00 - 01 - 05 Item 4£ of small yarne warp'd ................................... 00 - 03 - 00 Item a pound of white woollen yarne ............................. 00 - 00 - 04 Item som broken stickes ......................................... 00 - 00 - 04 Item an ould chest .............................................. 00 - 01 - 00 Item a cloake ................................................... 00 - 02 - 06 Item 2£ woole & pound of yarne .................................. 00 - 01 - 02 Item halfe a griddle ............................................ 00 - 01 - 00 Item 4 blanketts and fledge & old rug ........................... 00 - 18 - 00 Item 2 carchiffes, & 3 necke curchiffes ......................... 00 - 02 - 00 Item an apron 3 banns one neckecloath ........................... 00 - 01 - 00 Item a boule & 3 halfe ferletts of oats.......................... 00 - 04 - 00 ------ ------ & a ------ ........................................ 00 - 0-----[torn] [written sideways:] [edge]-----ten stokes of oates: 5s; Item the profit of [edge]-----d for ye terme of 6 yeares wth Tho: Taylor xxjs 3d [edge]-----r ye benefit of the lyve of Wm Quackins 7s 6d [edge]-----pfitt of ye live of Tho: Bells 2s; The wife of [edge]-----neene acknowledged that she has xs from Wm [edge]-----s wife It: a litle pann 8d an ould sword 4d The Executr at age and hath 2 : 6 : 9 -----n pledges in forme of law 3 : 11 : 3 ----- ----- -----[crumbled edge]

Last Modified 6 March 2021