18 May 2020                   

Husband: Adam Barwick 1
Probate: 1552 2 (see note 1) Father: Mother:
Wife: Joan Cutler 1,2,3 Married name: Joan Barwick
Probate: 1584 in Prerogative Court of Canterbury (see note 2) Father: John Cutler Mother: Agnes _____
1 F Elizabeth Barwick | Born: sp. Robert Suckling |Married: 1 Feb 1551 Norwich St Andrew, Norfolk 4,1,5 Born: 1520 Died: NOV 1589 | Died: 1569 | Buried 3 Jun 1569 Norwich St Andrew, Norfolk 6,7
2 M Richard Barwick | Born: | Died: | Buried
3 M William Barwick | Born: | Died: BEF 1579 8 | Buried
4 F Joan Barwick | Born: sp. Thomas Northern |Married: Born: Died: | Died: | Buried
5 F Agnes Barwick | Born: sp. Robert Turner |Married: Born: Died: | Died: | Buried
6 F Bessie Barwick | Born: | Died: | Buried
7 F Rose Barwick | Born: sp. William Aldriche |Married: 9 Born: Died: | Died: | Buried
Sources: (1) Burke's Landed Gentry 17th Edition (1952) (2) Muskett J J, Suffolk Manorial Families (1900), pp 177-208. (3) . (4) http://rmeservy.byu.edu/ email lww4@email.byu.edu. (5) Muskett J J, Suffolk Manorial Families (1900), p 177-208. (6) Visitation of Norfolk (Norfolk Record Society) (7) . (8) . (9) . Event Notes Note (1) Will of Adam Barwick, 1552 The 1st daye of Maye 1552, I Adam Barwyke of Estbargholt in the countic of Suffolke, Clothworker, . . . do make this my last will . . . First I bequeathe my Soull to God . . . and my bodye to be buried in the Churche of Estbargholt . . . I doe give to the poore of Estbargholt 10. Robert Barwyke, my sonne, is a troubellous man and thretnethe to vex my Executrix and the residue of my children after my death . . . I doe give to Edward Barwyke, my sonne, my tenement called Monkes Lea in Stratford, in the county of Suffolke, to hym and to his heyres for ever. To Edward my sonne my tenement called Cheses, lying in Stratford aforesaid, and my Grove called the Legrove in Langham, in the countie of Essex . . . and my Grove that I dyd bye of William Baxter of Langham, lying in the said town of Langham . . . I give to Johan my wief all my messuages, landes, and tenements, lying in Estbargholt, Wely, and Thorppe, Co. Essex, for the terme of her natural life . . . And after the death of the said Johan, I doe give to Richard Barwyke my sonne all my messuages, &c., which I bought of George Reynold . . . lying in Estbargholt . . . After the death of Johan my wief I give to Richard Barwyke my sonne all my messuages in Estbargholt which I dyd by of thexecutors of one Garrard of Tattiston . . . and my landes called Gandes in Estbargholt . . .and my litle medowe in Estbargholt lying without the greate fields belonginge to the tent called Marlers and so downe, right as it is hedged and dyched, to my grete pondes . . . and the felde above the waterwayes in Estbargholt . . . After the death of my wief I give to William Barwyke my sonne my messuage in Estbargholt, and the two little pyckelles lying within the gate beneth the tent called Marlers . . . and all those my messuages (late Robert Marlers) in Estbargholt with the pightle that lyeth agaynst my gate, and the grete fielde lying downe to the mydewe . . . and all my messuages, landes, and tenements being in the townes of Willy and Thorpe, in county Essex . . . If the said Richard Barwyke doth die without issue, then his brother William is to have his possessions in Estbargholt, but if both sons die, then I give them to Elizabeth Sucklinge, Johan Northern, Agnes Turner, Bessic Barwyke & Margaret Barwyke my daughters. And my messuages &c in Wyllye and Thorpe I doe give to Robert Barwyke, John Barwyke, Edward Barwyke, & Alice Swynborne, my children. To Richard Barwyke . . . and William Barwyke my sonnes, to each threscore poundes at the age of xxi. To Besse Barwyke and Margaret Barwyke my daughters to each xiv li, at their age of xviii yeares. John Barwyke my sonne shall paye all such sommes of money as he dothe owe unto me. All the residue I leave to Johan my wief, and she to be sole Executrix of this my will. She shall give securities to Robert Sucklinge and Edward Barwyke for the paymente of the legacies of my children. And I doe ordeyne the said Robert Sucklinge and Edward Barwyke to be Supervisors. Note (2) In the name of god amen. The twentieth daie of Julye in the yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne Ladye Queene Elizabethe, the one and twentieth . I Jone Barwick of the Citie of Norwiche widdowe beinge whole in minde and perfect healthe (god be thanked) Doe ordeyne and make this my last will and Testament in manner and forme followinge: First I give and bequeathe my soule and bodye into the handes of allmightie god, trustinge in the meritts of Christe his deathe and passion to be one of the elected childrenn of god. Item I will that Richarde Barwick my sonne shall suffer Thomas Northen my sonne in lawe quietly to enjoye all those howses and lande with the appurtenances that he the said Thomas Northen boughte of my late sonne William Barwick standinge and beinge in East Barghowlte in the Countie of Suff, And yf the said Richard Barwick my sonne his heires executors or assignes shall at any tyme molest or trouble the saide Thomas Northen his heires executors or assignes for any parte or parcelle of the said howses and Landes with the appurtenances that were given to me by my late father John Cutler lyinge and beinge in the soocvun (?) in the parishe of Thorpe, But yf the saide Richarde my sonne his heires executors and assignes shall quietly suffer the said Thomas Northen his heires executors and assignes to enjoye all the saide howses and Landes with the appurtenances that he the saide Thomas boughte of my late sonne William Barwick as aforesaide, That then I gyve to Richarde Barwick my sonne and to his heires for ever All my saide howses and Lande in Thorpe in the soocvun (?) aforesaid whiche my Father John Cutler didd gyve unto mee Item I doe give to Richarde Barwick my sonne all my parte of the stuffe that remayne at my howsse at Barfould (?) whiche ? in all Seaven poundes as by my booke appeareth whereof my parte was three poundes tenne shillinges, and the other parte is the saide Thomas Northens. Item I doe forgive the said Richarde my sonne the Five poundes that he had of mee above and besides twoe hundreth poundes at his marriage. Item I doe forgive more unto the saide Richarde my sonne Thirtene poundes sixe shillinges and eighte pence whiche I paide for his lande to wood of Beamonds hall. Item I give to my Sonne in Lawe Thomas Cordale and his wife fower poundes to make eyther of them a ringe. Item I gyve to my Cosen Percyvall Hassel and his wife fortie shillinges to make eyther of them a ringe Item I give to be bestowed at my Funerall by the discression of my executors to bringe my bodye reverentlye to the earth twentye poundes Item I give to my Sonne in lawe Robert Sucklynge and his wief Fourtye shillinges to make either of them a ringe Item I give to my Cosen Charles Cardynal and his wief x s to make eache of them a ringe Item I give to my Cozen Thomas Bramstons (?) wife twentye shillinges to make her a ringe. Item I give to my Cozen Adam Cardynall to make him a ringe twentie shillinges Item I give to Mr John Socklinge twentie shillinges to make him a ringe. Item I give to William Hearn mercer Twentie shillinges to make him a ringe. Item I give to Thomas Skelton tayler Twentye shillinges. Item I give to Robert Barwick and Edwarde Barwick (my husbands sonnes) either of them twentie shillinges. Item I give to Jone Barwick of Barghowlt widdowe Twentie shillinges. Item I give to Agnes Turner my daughter twentie poundes to be paide within halfe a yeare nexte after my decease. Item I give to Thomas Northen my sonne in lawe Twentye poundes to be paide within one yeare nexte after my departure oute of this lief. Item I give to Agnes Turner my daughter twentie poundes to be paide at the ende of twoe yeares next after my departure. Item I give to Elizabeth Munner (?) my daughter Cordale's daughter Tenne poundes, And to the poore people of the Towne of Easte Barghowlt other Tenne poundes to be paide at the ende of three yeares next after my departure. item I give to Thomas Northen my sonne in lawe twentie poundes to be paide at the end of Fower yeares next after my decease. Item I give to John Aldriche and William Aldriche (my daughter Aldriches sonnes) either of them sixe poundes thirtene shillinges and fower pence to be paide at the ende of Sixe yeares next after my deceasse. Item I gyve to Judithe Turner my daughter Turner's daughter tenne poundes to be paide at thende of eight yeares next after my decease. Item I gyve to Luce Johnson daughter of Edward Johnson of Norwich mercer twentie poundes to be paide at thende of Nyne yeares nexte after my departure oute of this worlde. Provided allwaies that for the Fourtie poundes whiche I have given to my daughter Turner I will that so longe as her husband Robert Turner lyveth she shall not have the same or any part thereof, but soe soone as the first Twentie poundes falleth due, Then shee to have from thenceforth everye yeare Fourtie shillinges the yeare in consyderacion of forbearinge the ? And lykewise when the other Twentye poundes falleth due, then yearely other Fourty shillinges in bothe fowre poundes the yeare, soe longe as her saied husband lyveth, And yf shee departe this lyef before her saide husband then I will that the saide Fourtye poundes shalbe devided indifferentlye and gyven to her children that are alyve and ? unmarried, And lykewise for the legacies before specified that I have given to Elizabeth Munner (?) my daughter Northens and my daughter Aldritches children Yf any of them doe departe this lief before their brothers and sisters equallye everye of them a lyke parte, Also yf Luce Johnson departe this lyfe before her legacie falleth due that I have given to her as aforesayde, Then I will that her Mother shall have the same. item I gyve to Jane Northen my daughter my best silver goblett.. Item I give Rose Aldritche my daughter my best sylver goblett. Item I gyve to Anne Johnson my dowle (?) bedd with the boulster, twoe downe pillowes, a paire of spanyshe blanketts with the tester the valens and curteynes to yt belonginge of redd and greene saye. Item all my Lynnenn and wollen that ys apparell for my bodye I gyve to my twoe daughters Annys Turner and Rose Aldritche To be parted betwene them indifferentlie Item I give to Rose Aldritche my daughter my saddle. All the rest of my goodes unbequeathed, debts, and whatsoever ys due or appartayne unto mee I gyve to myne executors whome I ordayne and make William Aldritche my Sonne in lawe and Edward Johnson of Norwiche mercer. Item I forgyve William Aldritche my Sonne in lawe all suche money as he oweth unto mee as by Specialtye shall appeare. Item I forgyve Robert Turner my Sonne in lawe Fourtye poundes that he oweth unto me as by Specialtye shall appeare. Item I will that Edward Johnson aforesaid mercer shall have to hym and to his heyres for ever my hed howse with the Tenementes, garden, stable with all the appurtenances to them belonginge, situate and beinge in the parishe of St Andrewes in Norwich, yealding and payinge for the same the Some of Twelvescore poundes, whereof aleaven score and twelve poundes to be paide in manner as aforesaide in discharge of the legacies. item I gyve to Mr More of Sainte Andrewes preacher Twentie shillinges. This is my last will and Testament By me Jone Barwick. Memorand that these woordes (to hym and to his heires forever) weare enterlyned by the consent of the Testator being in parfecte memorye. Wittnes to the same Mr James Goodwyn, By me James Grundye, By me Robert Hacker (?). Probate granted 22nd August 1584 to Edward Johnson . . . For comments and questions about this family, email Howard Slatter Updated 18 May 2020 Name Index