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Husband: John Gleane
Born: ABT 1625 Christened: 14 Mar 1624/25 in Hardwick, Norfolk 1,2 Died: 15 Feb 1670/71 in Barton Hall, Great Stambridge, Essex 3,2,4 Buried: 1 Mar 1670/71 in Great Stambridge, Essex 2 (see note 1) Probate: 1671 in Prerogative Court of Canterbury (see note 2) Father: Thomas Gleane (1586 - ) Mother: Elizabeth Brewse (1591 - 1636) Notes
Wife: Elizabeth Astyn 4 5 Married name: Elizabeth Gleane
Father: Mother: Notes
1 M Peter Gleane | Born: sp. Jane Peters |Married: 6,7 Born: Died: | Died: | Buried
2 F Penelope Gleane | Born: ABT 1665 | Died: | Buried
3 F Grace Gleane | Born: ABT 1669 | Died: | Buried
Sources: (1) Campling A, East Anglian Pedigrees Part II (Harleian Society 1945). On CD ROM published by Archive CD Books. (2) . (3) http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk/mainmenu.asp. (4) In Great Stambridge Parish Church, transcribed in the parish register. (5) . (6) http://pickpatspage.homestead.com/PerPeople4.html. (7) On English Origins website. Event Notes Note (1) Owner of Barton Hall, where he died. Memorial in chancel of Great Stambridge church, transcribed in the parish register (see media files), reads: To the well deserving memory of Mr John Glean Proprietor of the Manour of Barton Hall, 2nd Son of Thomas Glean of Harwich (sic) Hall, Com: Norf:, brother of Sr Peter Glean Knt & Baronet. He took to wife Elizabeth daughter of Tho: Astyn gent: & Cittizen of London, by whom he had 2 Sons & 2 daughters, whereof Peter & Penelope are living. he was a gentleman well educated & a good proficient in Law & Learning, an orthodox sound Xtian, a loyal Subject, a cordial Friend, a kind Husband and a careful Father, who Feb: 15th 1670 in his 43rd year finished his short, but weel spent Pilgrimage (here the transcription breaks off) Note (2) PROB 11/336 Will of John Gleane In the name of God Amen. The Third day of March In the yeare of our Lord one Thousand six hundred sixty and nyne I John Gleane of Staple Inne London gent being by the weaknes of my body minded of mines mortality and the transitorinesse of worldly things (which all men must leave behind them) yet of good and perfect mind and memory (Praysed be God) revoaking and disanulling all former wills and Testaments whatsoever I comitt my soule to God and my body to the earth from whence it came to be decently buried according to the discretion of my Executors hereafter to be named And as for my worldly Estate I dispose of in manner and forme following Imprimis All my Estate in lands Tenements Rents arrearages of Rent debts and duties goods and Chattles whatsoever I give unto Elizabeth my now wife towards the payment of my debts during her naturall life and after her decease I give my lands and Tenements unto my sonne Peter and his heires upon Condition that he pay or cause to be paid unto Penelope my daughter two hundred pounds when she shall attaine to the age of one and Twenty yeares And Two hundred pounds unto my daughter Grace when she shall attaine unto the age of one and Twenty And I alsoe order my sonne Peter that out of the said Estate by this will given him he pay unto my two daughters before named Twenty pounds more a peece to bind my said daughters out Apprentices unto some trade in one of the Exchanges in London Item I doe nominate Elizabeth my now wife and Mr Ralph Graynge of the Inner Temple London Executors of this my last will and Testament to receive my debts and pay my debts according to the true intent and meaning of this my last will and Testament In witnes whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the day and yeare first above written ./. John Gleane./. Signed Sealed Published and Divulged in the presence of us George Richmond William Woodall Probatum fuit . 23 May 1671 For comments and questions about this family, email Howard Slatter Updated 18 May 2020 Name Index