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Sarah Carey

Female Abt 1590 - 1655  (~ 65 years)


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  • Name Sarah Carey 
    Born Abt 1590  Monkwon, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 18 Feb 1655  Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • (Research):The Last Will and Testament of Sarah Jenney
      Aprill the 4th 1654 Mris Sarah Jeney of Plymouth being sicke and weake in body being otherwise by gods goodnes of pfect memory Doeth think good to Despose of some smale thinges that is my owne proper goods leaveing my husbands will to take place according to the true Intent and meaning thereof; I bequeath to my Daughter Pope my bed and furniture therunto belonging one bolster two pillows and pillowbeers three blanketts one old Rugg one pair of sheets, further I bequeath to my Daughter Sarah Pope all my wearing Clothes to Despose of them to my Daughter Abigaill Wood and to my grandchild Sarah Wood for theire use as they have need excepting two of my petticoats which have not been worne which I give to my Daughter Sarah Pope for her paines furher I bequeath to my son Samuell Jeney and to my Daughter Abigaill Wood my Mare equally to bee Devided between them; further I bequeath to my son Benjamin Bartlett all my pte of Cattle that is in the hands of Josepth Warren att the Eelriver further my will is that my sheep bee kept together till my legacies bee paied; and my will further is to give unto the Teacher Mr John Reyner one ewe lambe further I give to the Elder Mr Thomas Cushman one ewe lambe and the bible which was my Daughter susannas further I bequeath to my loveing frind goodwife Clarke one ewe lambe and alsoe I give one ewe lambe to Thomas Southworth.
      Sarah Jeney, her marke
      Witnesse, Thomas Southworth
      "Att the generall Court held att Plymouth the fift of march 1655 (1656) Leiftenant Thomas Southworth Testifyed upon his oath that the Will abovewritten is all the will of Mis Sarah Jeney Deceased which shee left with him."

      "August the 18th Anno: 1655
      "An Adition to my late Will left in the hands of Leiftenant Southworth;
      "My Will is that That which is my owne since the Death of my husband I give to my two Daughters and the Children of my son Samuell Except in what I give as followeth one Colt I give to the three Daughters of my Children viz Sarah Wood Susanna Pope and Sarah Jeney if shee come hither to abide or ells not to have any pte of this Colt or any thing ells of my estate; morover my will is that if my son Samuell take away his Children that are now heer with mee then my will is that none of them shall have any thinge of myne estate but it shalbee Reserved for the two boyes if they Doe well when they come to age; It I give unto Benjamine Bartlett onely the Starred Cow which is att Thomas Popes Recaling whatsoever ells is mencioned in my former will; alsoe I give unto my Daughter Sarah Pope the bed I now lye on and the two pillows and three blanketts and the Rugg and also two petticoates one being of Turkey Moheire Confeirming whatsoever ells is in my former Will Will In Witnesse wherof I have put to my hand the Day and Yeare above written and I give unto Leiftenant Southworth one ewe lamb.
      Sarah Jeney, her marke

      In the prsence of William Bradford, Alice Bradford her marke
      "And I desire my loveing ffrinds capt: Standish Elder Cushman Thomas Clarke and Thomas Pope to bee the overseers of this my will;
      "Att the general Court held att Plymouth the fift of March 1655 (1656) Mr Willam Bradford Senir: and mis alice Bradford Did Testify upon their oathes that this next before rwritten was the last willl and Testament of Mis Sarah Jeney Deceased

      Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 8, p. 171-172.

      THE INVENTORY OF THE ESTATE OF MISTRESS SARAH JENNEY,
      18 February 1655/6
      L s d
      L s d
      Impr 2 Cowes 08 00 00
      It the halfe of a heifer and a steer of 3 year old att Spring 03 10 00
      It the halfe of 2 yearlinges 01 00 00
      It beefe in John Rouses hand four hundred grosse 9 pound and of Tallow and suite and 18s in a hyde the halfe of this being mis Jeneys 02 14 02
      It one Cow in henery Woods hand & halfe a 2 year old 04 00 00
      It one mare 16 00 00
      It one horse of 2 year old 06 10 00
      It one coult of a year old 04 00 00
      It 6 ewes and and an ewe lamb & a young Ram 09 00 00
      It a Copper kettle 01 08 00
      It one Copper kettle 01 01 00
      It 2 large brasse kettle 01 08 00
      It 4 smale kettles 00 15 00
      It one brasse pan and a old broken skillett 00 12 00
      It one brasse ladle and Skimer 00 01 00
      It one brasse Candlestick and Skillett 00 02 00
      It one warming pan 00 03 00
      It one large Iron pott 00 10 00
      It one Iron kittle 00 05 00
      It one Iron pot and 2 broken ones 00 12 00
      It one frying pan 00 02 00
      It one Iron posnett 00 02 06
      It one paire of tonges and fier shovell 00 01 06
      It one Iron Skillett 00 02 00
      It one pair of andirons 00 10 00
      It 2 paire of pothangers 00 05 00
      It 3 old peeces & a pistell & a paire of bandeleers 01 10 00
      It an Iron pestle & a wooden Mortert 01 06
      It a smothing Iron a paire of sheepsheers 03 06
      It a paire of stilliards 06 00
      It a Tamy petticoat & a Tallaminko wastocat 01 00 00
      It a petticoat & wastcoat 01 16 00
      It a petticoat & wastcoat of Phillip & cheney 00 17 00
      It an old coat & wastcoat 00 07 00
      It an old coat & wastcoat 00 07 00
      It an old under petticoat 01 00 00
      It one lose coat 00 05 00
      It a yard of broad cloth 00 16 00
      It 3 petticoates 00 16 00
      It one old stuffe gowne 00 08 00
      It 2 old wastcoasts 00 04 00
      It a new Carsy wastcoat 00 10 00
      It a cloth lose coate 01 05 00
      It 2 paier of bodies 00 03 00
      It 2 old curtaines 00 02 00
      It 4 say aprons 00 16 00
      It one hatt 00 10 00
      It a carpett 00 06 00
      It a muffe 00 02 00
      It 2 brushes 00 01 00
      It yard of teeking 00 02 00
      It five fine old sheets 01 05 00
      It 9 paire of old sheets & 4 halfe sheets 04 00 00
      It a flanell Coat 00 06 00
      It 3 silver spoones 00 15 00
      It a Dozen of napkins 00 12 00
      It twelve pillowveers 00 18 00
      It 7 Table clothes & 2 long towels 01 00 00
      It 8 sheets 01 10 00
      It a salme booke 00 01 00
      It old linnin and a shift 00 06 00
      It a swath 00 00 06
      It 6 white aprones 02 00 00
      It 6 Double clouts 00 03 00
      It 2 silke capps & a hood and 2 Skarffes 01 00 00
      It a Callico apron and an old pillowbeer 00 03 00
      It 13 Crosclotehs & Dressings 00 16 00
      It 21 handkerchifes 02 00 00
      It 6 Dressings 00 04 00
      It 12 quoyves 01 00 00
      It 13 quoyves 00 08 08
      It 48 peeces of linnin as quoyves and Stomengers and other linnin 00 06 00
      It 17 peeces of pewter 2 bsons & 4 porrengers 02 19 04
      It 2 quart pots & a pint pott 00 06 04
      It 5 pewter cupps and beaker & a salt 00 04 00
      It a chamber pott & 2 old dishes & 2 sawsers 00 05 00
      It 1 bason 00 02 06
      It one leten Driping pan & 2 smale leten pans 00 02 06
      It a letten Sugar box 00 01 00
      It 2 bottomes of frying pans 00 00 06
      It 8 peeces of earthen ware & a ston Jugg 00 04 00
      It 7 trayes & other wooden dishes & a smale tubb 00 04 00
      It a Cheespresse and a paile & an old kimnell 00 02 00
      It a smale spitt 00 01 00
      It a great Trough & 3 seives 00 08 00
      It black bill 00 01 08
      Cartwright on the Remise 00 06 00
      It Downhams workes 00 06 00
      It 4 old bookes 00 00 06
      It Mr ainsworth on geneses & Exodus 00 02 06
      It a great bible & a smale one 00 11 00
      It a Chaire & form & 2 stooles 00 10 00
      It 2 whees 00 04 00
      It a chaire Talbe 00 04 00
      It a brewers slinges 00 02 00
      It a Table 00 12 00
      It 2 bedsteds 00 12 00
      It in old Iron one hundred & six pound neat 00 16 00
      It an old axe & spade & other old thinges & a lamp 00 03 00
      It 6 sett Cushens 00 10 00
      It a bed and bolster pillow & 2 whit blankets 01 12 00
      It 11 p ound of sheeps woole & 4 pound of cottenwoole 15 00
      It a bed & 2 pillowes 02 00 00
      It a bed and bolster 2 pillowes & 2 old blankets & 2 old Rugges 03 00 00
      17 08 10

      More 6 neckclothes & 2 handkerchifes one course old lyning 12 pcells of lase & yarne & odd thinges 00 07 00
      It a paire of kiuves & gloves & paire of sleeves 00 06 00
      It yarne linnin & woolen 00 01 06
      It a Cotton sheet 00 08 00
      It five Chists & a Case 00 18 00
      It the land & meddow att Lakenham 07 00 00
      It all the land att Strawberry hill and meddow att the salthouse beach 14 00 00
      It the purchasers land 10 00 00
      It The Mill with the land belonging to it and Dwelling house and all such thinges belonging therto 100 00 00
      It a gridiron & 2 paire of Cards 00 03 00
      It a Dozen of trenchers & a spanish lether skin 00 04 00
      It a paire of stockens & a paire of shooes & 2 old aprons 00 04 00
      127 04 06

      Summa Totalis
      248 05 08
      It money one peece of eight & 2 halfe Crownes & more seaven pence in silver
      It one sow & 2 piggs 00 10 00
      Debts owing to the estate 09 19 06
      Thomas Willett; Thomas Southworth

      Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 8, p. 173-175
    Person ID I6868081  7_families
    Last Modified 2 Nov 2006 

    Father John Carey,   b. 1565, Manckson, , England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Nov 1651, Charlestown, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Godfrey,   b. 1570, Norwich, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 1589  Of Monkwon, , England, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F2190189  Group Sheet

    Family John Jenney,   b. May 1585, Norwich, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 25 May 1644, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 59 years) 
    Married 1 Nov 1614  Leyden, Zuid, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. Samuel Jenney,   b. Abt 1616, Leyden, Zuid, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Apr 1692, Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 76 years)
    Last Modified 5 Nov 2006 
    Family ID F2158239  Group Sheet

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