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WHITYNG, Philippa Of East Pennard

Female Bef 1620 - Bef 1704  (~ 84 )


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  • Name WHITYNG, Philippa  [1
    Suffix Of East Pennard 
    Born Bef 1620  [1
    Gender Female 
    Property Between 1670 and 1704  East Pennard, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    property in trust for her children and grandchildren 

    • 1672-3 William Strode v. Kathe. Davidge, widow, Wm. Fry, senior, Wm. Fry, junior, Gideon Bartlett, John Corpe, John Fox, Robt. Jeanes, Richd. Wason.: Impropriate rectory and the parish of St. John the Baptist in Glaston, together with the chapel of Saint Bennings alias Saint Benedict in Glastonbury, West Bradley, and West Pennard, to the same rectory annexed, and lands called "Sharpham Parke" ("sequestered" by Parliament for the "delinquency" of Francis Dyer) and "Norwood Park" ("sequestered" for the "delinquency" of Lord Fitzhardinge). Tithes.: Somerset
      1674-Bndl. relating to a mess. and ten. and 44a. [later called 'Mulletts'. See 11. below].
      The premises, held in 1648 by Jn. Bridges as pt. of his manor of W. Bradley, were sold in 1674 by Thos. and Christopher Jeanes of Hardington Mandeville to Eliz. Horler of E. Pennard, wid. (the capital mess., etc., of the manor being sold to Wm., bp. of Bath and Wells); they descended from Stephen Horler, sen., to Stephen Horler jun., of Somerton, who left them in trust for sale for the benefit of his sister Catherine Moore of Croscombe, and his brother-in-law Edm. Bower of Somerton. Bower (d.1727) acquired the whole premises in 1724, and in 1759 his son-in-law Wm. Swadlin of Bath, et al., sold them to Caleb Dickinson of Kingweston, who in the following year sold them to Sarah Alloway of Bristol. Deeds of 1691-1724 refer also to premises called Whatley's Tenement, E. Pennard (c.16a.), late of Blanche Williams of do.

      1691-42] Mary Jeanes of Easton Hill, granddaughter of Phillippa, Lease and release of Horses (6a) in Butleigh. (2 docs.) 6/5/131694 1] William Wilkins of Frome Selwood, salter and wife Mary 2] Robert Jeanes of New Inn, Msex and John Wilkins of London, woollen draper Covenant to levy a fine on Horses (6a) in Butleigh.
      1703/4 1] William Wilkins of Frome Selwood, salter and wife Mary [Jeanes]



      Phillippa Jeanes of Easton Hill, East Pennard, grandmother of Phillipa Jeanes decd and Robert Jeanes of New Inn, Msex in right of wife Elizabeth 2] Mary Jeanes of Easton Hill, granddaughter of Phillippa Lease and release of Horses (6a) in Butleigh.


      1] Joseph Bartlett of Eggerley, yeoman 2] James Bisse and John Cooth of Shepton Mallet 3] Phillippa Jeanes of Easton Hill, East Pennard and William Clark of Lovington Assignment of term in Horses (6a) in Butleigh.
      1686-7 1] Joseph Bartlett of Eggerley, yeoman and Elizabeth 2] Phillippa Jeanes of Easton Hill, East Pennard Lease and release of Horses (6a) in Butleigh. Endorsed with declaration that Phillippa is acting for her granddaughter, also Phillipa Jeanes, a minor.

      Deeds re ppty of John Bridges of West Bradley,gent.,in West Bradley,Barton,Lottisham and West Pennard,East pennard, Glastonbury,Baltonsborough, and Ditcheat, more particularly the manor of West Bradley,mortgaged, and assigned to mortgages for payment of debts. 1653-1669(8) Deeds re ppty. of John Bridges,incl.manor of West Bradley sold by appointee John Jeanes to Tobias Chandler in 1679,incl. abst. of Chandler's title(reciting 1648-1679) 1673-1679(11)
      Deeds re various ppties. in West Bradley,incl.sale of the manor by Tobias Chandler to Edm.Daw in 1691. 1682-1694(11),1700(2)
    Died Bef 1 Jun 1704  East Pennard, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Buried 1 Jun 1704  East Pennard, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 3
    Person ID I188  Gean~ealogy Tree
    Last Modified 22 Mar 2008 

    Family JEANES, Robert,   b. Bef 1616,   d. Bef 18 Nov 1682, East Pennard, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 66 ) 
    Married 28 Apr 1634  East Pennard, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 3
    Children 
     1. JEANES, John,   b. Aft 1636,   d. Bef 1694, West Pennard, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 )
     2. JEANES, ?,   b. Aft 1636,   d. Bef 1691  (Age ~ 53 )
     3. JEANES, Philippa,   b. Bef 1647,   d. Aft 1666  (Age ~ 20 )
    Last Modified 10 Mar 2008 
    Family ID F22199  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S358] Jeanes of England, Newman, Renee.

    2. [S356] Butleigh Court Papers, Somerset Records Office.

    3. [S357] East Pennard Register.