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Husband: Peter Gleane
Born: 1619 1 Christened: 21 Dec 1619 in Hardwick, Norfolk 2,3 Died: 1695/96 Buried: 7 Feb 1695/96 in Hardwick, Norfolk 4,5,3 (see note 1) Probate: 1695/96 in Norwich Consistory Court (see note 2) Father: Thomas Gleane (1586 - ) Mother: Elizabeth Brewse (1591 - 1636) Notes
Wife: Penelope Rodney Married name: Penelope Gleane
Died: 17 Feb 1689 6 Buried: 20 Feb 1689/90 in Hardwick, Norfolk 4,3 (see note 3) Father: Mother: Notes
1 M Thomas Gleane | Born: ABT 1652 4,7 sp. Anne Mapes |Married: 24 Oct 1671 Oby, Norfolk 8,9 Born: Died: 6 Jan 1680 | sp. Frances Chamberlaine |Married: 11 Dec 1683 London 4,9,10 | Died: ABT 1703 8 | Buried
2 M Rodney Gleane | Born: 1652 Pilton, Somerset 4,8 | Died: | Buried Hardwick, Norfolk 4,8,6
3 F Frances Gleane | Born: ABT 1658 sp. John Pullin |Married: 1684 Great Bealings, Suffolk 9 | Died: | Buried
Sources: (1) http://virtualnorfolk.uea.ac.uk/biography/. (2) Campling A, East Anglian Pedigrees Part II (Harleian Society 1945). On CD ROM published by Archive CD Books. (3) . (4) http://pickpatspage.homestead.com/PerPeople4.html. (5) C E Cockayne, Complete Baronetage (Exeter 1904) (6) Blomefield, Francis, Essay towards a topographical History of Norfolk, vol 3 p 143. (7) Visitation of Norfolk (Norfolk Record Society) (8) Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses. (9) On English Origins website. (10) . Event Notes Note (1) Sir Peter Gleane Baronett Note (2) Will Norwich Consistory Court proved 13 March 1695/6 (Visitation of Norfolk - Norfolk Record Society). Transcription (from Pat Manning) as follows: THE WILL OF SIR PETER GLEANE, 1st BARONET I, Sir Peter Gleane of Hardwick in the county of Norfolk, barr, being in health of body sound in a disposing memory do make my last will and testament in manner following, after an humble recommendation of my soul to God my Creator beseeching him for the sake of Jesus Christ my blessed Saviour to accept thereof and to pardon my sins; my body I desire should be buried in the chancel of Hardwick now Shelton within the county of Norfolk in a vault which I made for the burying place for my dear wife also near my dear father and mother. I leave this to the discretion of my executors thereafter named and because I have a grandson of my own name and on whom I depended for the execution of this my last will. It will in some measure be necessary here to give my reasons why I altered my resolutions. I was first laid aside by him on the 14th June past he told me he would not humble me any longer but would take his own measures, now I was startled by this sudden resolution after 21 years. I bore the charge of his education to be turned off so it did humble me. Yet for some months after I did wait for a return of his obedience to me and that I might with safety confirm him my executor making no step towards advantages to himself. I thought it not fit to hurt him with my own troubles being strict in such company as must necessarily destroy him in a very short while. Besides father and son conspired together to make my life as uneasy as they could plotting to break that which I had adventured my life for their sakes and their only conveniences. For those reasons I am enforced to make my only daughter my executor of this my last will and testament. First I bequeath unto my only daughter, Frances Pullin, those two manors lying in Hardwick called by the names of Broughton and Barretts with all the lands belonging to them lying in several towns within the county of Norfolk and also the manor of Bourts (?) lying within the towns of Woodham and several other towns within the county of Norfolk, Suffolk with every of their rights appurtenances and Royalties And also all that my capital messe called by the name of Hardwick Hall in the county of Norfolk and all the lodgings outhouses orchards land and pastures feeding rights privileges members hereditaments and appurtenances to the same belonging or now appertaining to the same belonging or now in the present occupation and possession of my self or to or with the same at any time heretofore used occupied or enjoyed. And also these two farms now in the occupation of the two brothers Bennetts lying in mourning Thorp Shelton Pulham and Hardwick both coppyhold and free and also that farm now in the occupation of John Cork lying in Palham Shelton and Morning Thorp and also that farm wherein Richard Manning lives lying in Hardwick. And also that farm wherein Joseph Cranshaw did or do live lying in Hardwick. And also one farm wherein John Ward lives lying in Hardwick and after a copyhold estate lying in Woodham within the county of Norfolk called by the name of the Dales now in the occupation of one Thomas say those farms with all the lands belonging to them now in the occupation of the several sons before mentioned. All of which several manors and messes lands and tenements and hereditaments of the same within the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk I herein bequeath to my daughter Frances Pullin and her heirs for ever which said manors and lands and tenements and hereditaments are now mortgaged unto Mr Sam Clutterbuck of Ingerstone, Essex. All which several devises to be given and aforesaid unto my daughter Frances Pullin and upon especial trust and confidence that she my said daughter shall pay and discharge all my debts that shall become owing upon the day of my death and all my herein legacies and funeral expenses. Item I will bequeath unto Peter Pullin and Penelope Reddudy Pullin his sister a 100 apeine, unto Penelope the daughter of Tho Gleane Esq the sum of 50 to be paid to her within 6 months after my death. Item I will and bequeath 50 to be paid to Frances Gleane in Leicestershire within 6 months of my death. Item I bequeath to Tho: Gleane Esq and his son Peter Gleane 10 a peine to buy them mourning. Item I bequeath to Martha Browne my servant 30 besides what is due to her for wages to be paid to her within 6 months after my death. Item I bequeath to Plaff Crushin my servant 10 to be paid within 6 months after my death. Item I bequeath to my boy Thomas Cushing 5 to be paid within 6 months after my death. Item I give to Bess Smith my old servant 5 to be paid her within 2 months after my decease. Item I give unto Es-- - Browne my servant 20 to be paid him within 6 months after my decease. Item I give unto my kinsman Mr John Brewster 10 to buy him a ring. And I desire both to assist my executor in the execution of this my will and supervision. Item I give unto the poor of Hardwick 5. To the poor of Shelton Morning Thorp Stratton both the Pulhams and Woodham 20 to be distributed to the poor of each parish.Peter Gleane Sealed published and ------ the words 10 being ------ first put with my name Sir Peter Gleane the 2 day of Dec 1695 in the presence of Cornelius Tilbury, Mary Laure---, Eliz.Taylor This will was signed sealed and published in Martha Brown's presence. Note (3) Penelope the Lady of Sr Peter Gleane Barnt was buried Febr 20th For comments and questions about this family, email Howard Slatter Updated 18 May 2020 Name Index