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Husband: William Puckle 1
Born: ABT 1620 Christened: 14 Jan 1620 in Norwich St Mary Coslany, Norfolk 2 Died: 1674 - 1677 in East Indies 3,2 Probate: 17 Aug 1677 in Prerogative Court of Canterbury (see note 1) Occupation: 20 Jan 1641 Merchant & Freeman of Hosiers' Co of Norwich 2 Father: Samuel Puckle (1590 - 1661) Mother: Mary Halbacke ( - 1623) Notes
Wife: Mary Hutchinson 4 Married name: Mary Puckle Married: 14 Nov 1652 in Bull Lane Independent Chapel, Stepney, London 2 (see note 2)
Born: 1635 5 Christened: 30 Jun 1635 in St Lawrence Jewry & St Mary Magdalene Milk Street, London Died: 24 Mar 1675 5 Father: Mother: Notes
1 M William Puckle | Born: ABT 1656 | Died: | Buried
2 M Samuel Puckle | Born: | Died: | Buried
3 M William Puckle | Born: ABT 1659 | Died: AFT 1709 6 | Buried
4 F Mary Puckle | Born: ABT 1659 7 sp. Thomas Lane |Married: 23 Dec 1679 Walbrook St Swithin or St Stephen, London 8,2 Born: ABT 1639 Died: 1710 | Died: | Buried
5 F Susanna Puckle | Born: ABT 1663 sp. Edward Bathurst |Married: 15 Sep 1690 Islington St Mary, London 8 Born: ABT 1669 Died: 1741 | Died: | Buried
6 M Richard Puckle | Born: ABT 1664 | Died: | Buried
Sources: (1) Visitation of Norfolk (Norfolk Record Society) (2) . (3) . (4) . (5) . (6) . (7) . (8) Col. J W Chester, edited by J Foster, London Marriage Licences 1521 - 1869 (London 1887) Event Notes Note (1) Will of William Puckle 1674 Written 23 Dec 1674. Summary as follows: William Puckle of London Esquire. Unto son Samuel Puckle all lands messuages and tenements in Stalham, Ingham, Brompsted and Sutton in Norfolk on condition he pays out of the rents etc to children William Puckle, Mary Puckle and Susanna Puckle the sum of three hundred pounds (one hundred pounds each). To son Samuel all bedding household goods etc in my Manor house at Stalham and one gold ring upon which my coat of arms is engraven. All the rest of goods chattels etc to be shared among all children. Sons to receive their parts thereof at the age of twenty one, and daughters at the age of eighteen years. Appoints two sons Samuel and William to be executors. Makes worthy friend Charles George Cock of Norwich Esquire and brothers Martin Puckle of the city of Norwich merchant Thomas Puckle and Peter Gray of London merchants overseers. Gives each of them five pounds to buy a ring of remembrance. Witnesses Samuel Clarkson, Giles Steele. Proved 17 August 1677. Samuel Puckle and William Puckle executors. Also from PRO online catalogue: Piece details for PROB 4/20496 Engrossed inventory: Puckle, William, Mr., of the Citty of London, ob. beyond the seas in the E. Indies 1679 22 Nov. (1678). This William? Note (2) From film at PRO. William Puckle of Broad Street. For comments and questions about this family, email Howard Slatter Updated 18 May 2020 Name Index