18 May 2020                   

Husband: Peter Gleane
Born: ABT 1695 Christened: 23 Sep 1695 in Canterbury Cathedral, Kent 1 Died: 10 Jun 1745 2 Probate: 1745 in Prerogative Court of Canterbury (see note 1) Occupation: Apothecary 1 Father: Peter Gleane Mother: Jane Peters Notes
Wife: Johanna Skinner Married name: Johanna Gleane Married: 3 Aug 1727 in Lincolns Inn chapel, Holborn, London 1,3,4,5 (see note 2)
Born: ABT 1710 1 Died: 1751 1 Probate: 1751 in Prerogative Court of Canterbury (see note 3) Father: Mother: Notes
1 M Peter Gleane | Born: 1730 1 | Died: | Buried
Sources: (1) http://pickpatspage.homestead.com/PerPeople4.html. (2) W Rye, Norfolk Families. (3) . (4) Records of the Society of Lincoln's Inn, Vol 2 page 572 (registers of Lincolns Inn Chapel) (5) On English Origins website. Event Notes Note (1) Will proved 5 Jul 1745 PROB 11/740 sig 193 (Public Record Office) includes: I Peter Gleane of the parish of Saint Clements Danes in the County of Middlesex Apothecary, .... .... my dear and most loving tender and affectionate wife Johanna .... .... my niece Anna Maria Turberville .... .... Indenture Tripartite made 2nd August 1727 between myself, Johanna Skinner of London spinster (now my wife), and the Reverend William Hawtayne of Datchworth in the County of Hertford Clerk, Sollom Emlyn of Lincolns Inn in the County of Middlesex Esqr, and James Lamborne of the parish of St Clements Danes Chapman made and executed previous to my marriage with my said wife .... .... my sister Jane Edgecombe now wife of Mr Robert Edgecombe .... .... my sister Mary Turberville widow .... .... my nephew George Gleane Turberville .... .... children of my second cousin Jane Franklyn of Maidstone in the County of Kent by her present husband Walter Franklyn .... .... cousin Susanna Stringer wife of _____ Stringer .... .... the Mannor of Grove ... in the parishes of Woodnesborough and St Mary in Sandwich in the County of Kent .... .... my worthy friend Robert Salkeld of Lincolns Inn .... .... (possible partners for George Gleane Turberville to continue the apothecary's business) Mr Dicks or Mr Stebbing .... .... (for mourning) Mrs Jane Storker and Mr John Storker, Mrs Elizabeth Machin and Mr Thomas Machin .... .... Mr George Cornelius my barber .... .... Elizabeth Payne of Canterbury .... .... Miss Anna Margaritta Hawtayne of Datchworth .... .... Mrs Alice Boxley of St Clements Danes .... Executors wife Johanna Gleane and friend Robert Salkeld. Witnesses John Connell, Wm Betts, William Robinson, all of Lincolns Inn. See media files for complete will Note (2) Peter Gleane of St Clement Dane, Middlesex; Johanna Skinner of St Antholin's, London. Married by Revd Mr Howtayne, Vicar of Theep Hall, Hertfordshire. Note (3) PCC in PRO: PROB 11/786 5 Mar 1751 as follows: PROB 11/786 Will of Joanna Gleane widow I Joanna Gleane of the parish of Saint Clements Danes in the County of Middlesex Widow declare this to be my last will and Testament I give to my Executor and my Executrixes hereafter named one thousand pounds to be by them invested in some of the publick funds or Government securities on trust to pay to Mrs Arabella Saunderson wife of george Saunderson of Keswick in the County of Cumberland or permit her to receive the Interest thereof during her natural life to her sole and separate use and not to be subject to the Controul or liable to the debts of her present or any after taken husband and after her decease to transfer and divide the same equally between her two sons by her first husband their executors or administrators Also I give two (sic) my sister in law Mary Turberville the sum of two hundred pounds Also to my nephew George Gleane Turberville the sum of one hundred pounds and all my books and household goods Also to my neice Anna Maria Turberville the sum of one hundred pounds my gold watch and chain with the pictures and other appendages thereto my diamond ear Rings Harpsichord and I will that all other my plate and china be equally divided between my said nephew and neice Also I give to my sister in Law Jane Edgecomb two hundred pounds Also I give to Mrs Anne Salkeld near Brentwood in the County of Essex widow five scarlet Bordered China Dishes and ten China plates which have the figure of a Boy in the middle and twenty pounds for Mourning Also to my God daughter Mary salkeld daughter of Robert Salkeld Esquire the sum of fifty pounds Also to Mrs Anne Hanotayne widow the like sum of fifty pounds Also to Mrs Elizabeth Stocker of the Strand the sum of fifty pounds to her Mother ten pounds and to her sister Mary Stocker ten pounds Also to Mr Sollom Emlyn twenty pounds Also to Mr Robert Cawley ten pounds Also I give one hundred pounds to such poor persons as shall be judged proper objects by my Executors and the Overseers of this my last will not exceeding five pounds to any one person Also to Mr Thomas Machin Apothecary Fish Street Hill one hundred pounds and all the rest and residue of my Estate of what kindsoever I give equally among my cousins John Stocker Elizabeth Machin and Jane Stocker willing that the share of my cousin Elizabeth Machin be secured to her separate use during her intermarriage and not liable to the controul or debts of her husband but to be at her disposal not withstanding her toverture (?) and I appoint the said John Stocker Elizabeth Machin and Jane Stocker Executors and the said Sollom Emlyn Overseer of this my last Will whereto I have set my hand this third day of October one Thousand seven hundred forty and nine Also I give to Mrs Elizabeth Warren of Pall Mall near Saint James's the sum of ten pounds Joanna gleane - signed published and declared by the above named Joanna Gleane as her last will and testament in the presence of us Elizabeth Walbancke, Thos. Bennet This will proved at London on the fifth day of March 1750 . by the oaths of Elizabeth Machin (wife of Thomas Machin) and Jane Stockar otherwise Stocker spinster the surviving Executrixes . For comments and questions about this family, email Howard Slatter Updated 18 May 2020 Name Index