Thomas Wyatt

b. 09/05/1670
Walden
d. 31/12/1738

Parents

Thomas Wyatt bur. 04/06/1724
Etheldred Emerson
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Marriages/Partnerships

Mary Wyatt bur. 23/05/1745
m. 13/09/1698
Mary Ludgater Coggeshall Magna, Essex bur. 30/05/1703

Children

b. 28/06/1699 Mary Wyatt Dunmow
b. 19/09/1700 Etheldreda Wyatt Dunmow d. 25/06/1787
b. 16/01/1702 Tho Wyatt Chelmsford bur. 17/02/1703
b. 23/12/1708 Frances Wyatt Chelmsford bur. 03/07/1710
b. 15/02/1710 Anna Wyatt Chelmsford
b. 30/09/1711 Frances Wyatt Chelmsford
b. 13/01/1713 Tho Wyatt Chelmsford
b. 17/08/1714 Hannah Wyatt Chelmsford
b. 26/05/1716 Samuell Wyatt Chelmsford
b. 25/02/1718 Sarah Wyatt Chelmsford
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Note: Includes only children from certificates, baptism entries, or from census entries where the relationship is specified. For married women, please see their husband's entry for children from censuses.

Occupations

1698 Salesman

Also known as

Tho Wyatt, Tho. Wyatt, Tho: Wyatt, Thos Wyatt

Did You Know?

  • Although I have only found a record for one marriage I believe that Thomas Wyatt had two wives, both named Mary: Mary Ludgater and Mary Wyatt. There is a record of the burial of Mary wife of Thomas Wyatt in 1703, and there was a gap of several years before Thomas's next child was born. When Mary Ludgater's father Robt Ludgater made his will in 1722 he only made bequests to Thomas's two eldest children Mary Wyatt and Etheldreda Wyatt, and when Mary Wyatt widow of Thomas Wyatt made her will in 1743 she refers to her son Stephen Jay and did not make bequests to Mary or Etheldreda, even though Etheldreda was still alive.

Documentary Sources

This second day of the eleventh month called January in the seventh year of the Reign of George King of great Britian [sic] France and Ireland &c In the year according to the English Account One Thousand seven hundred and Twenty one ------ I Thomas Wyatt of Saffron walden in the county of Essex Being mindfull of the certainty of death and the uncertainty of Life and finding myself weak in Body but of a sound and well Disposing mind and memory thanks be to Allmighty God for the same through the Lord Jesus Christ my Alone saviour and blessed redeemer Therefore do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testement in manner and forme following Revoaking and Disanulling All other wills before by me had or made ----------- In prims I Give devise and bequath to Eheldred my dearly beloved wife All that my Copyhold House out Houses yards gardens orchards with two Closses of pasture grounds - called or known by the name of litle [sic] Payntors in the Mannor of St Aylets abuting on Fugresfield towards the south and west an… on Wooll made grovewards the east with all the rents Issues and profits thereof arising for the full time and form of her Naturall Life and after her decease --- I give and bequath the aforesaid house and grounds with all its appurtenances thereunto belonging to my son Thomas and his heirs for ever Subject to All the Conditions and Limitations herein Expressed that is to say he my said son Thomas shall pay or cause to be paid to my son Zacharias or to his Heirs the summe of Twenty pounds of good currant money of great Britain at or before the expiration of six months next after the decease of my said Wife --- And he shall pay or cause to be paid to my son James or his Heirs the summe of Twenty pounds of Like currant money of Great britian at or before the expiration of Six months next after the decease of my said Wife --- And he shall pay or cause to be paid to my three Daughters Namely Mary Ann and Hannah or their Heirs the summe of Ten pounds to each and every one of them of Like currant money of great Britian at or before the expiration of six months next after the Decease of my said Wife --- And further my mind and Will is in case my son Thomas or his Heirs shall refuse or neglect to fulfill my mind and neglect to pay any of the said summs or any part thereof --- Then and upon such default or delay it shall and may be Lawfull for my son Zacharias to whom upon any such neglect or default or want of payment I bequeath to & appoint that he shall forthwith enter into and upon the said house and grounds and posses the same and he shal Quallifie himself to make a firm title thereunto by ?aking it up at the Customary Court of the Manor and without any dellay he shall make sale thereof And first he shall pay and satisfie all those my Legecies before express And secondly he shall deduct the charges that he shall be at and then he shall return the remainder to my son Thomas or his Heirs Nothing in this shall barr in the way in any Wise contrary to my true meaning and Intent Notwithstanding -- Item I give devise and bequath to my dearly beloved Wife All that my Free Hold House with all its appurtinances that I now dwell in situate standing Lying and being in Castle street in Walden aforesaid to have and to hold to her and her heirs forever --- Item I give and bequath to my dearly beloved Wife all my goods and Chattels both reall and personall Estate Free hold and Copy held not before bequathed Bills Bonds book debts and ready money with all and ever Matter and thing apportaining and belonging to me whatsoever and wheresoever they be at the time of my decease and my mind and will is that all the goods and Chattels both real and personall Estate that I have vested in her and that she shall Leave and are remaining of what I have bequathed to her at the time of her decease shall be equally divided betwen all my Children or their Heirs viz: Thomas Zacharias James Mary Ann and Hanah share and share alike ----- And Lastly I Nominate and appoint my dearly beloved wife to be my sole Executrix whom I desire that she will see that All my Just debts and funerall charges be satisfied contented and paid within convenient time next after my decease In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above Written to this my will which is According to my mind Thomas Wyatt Signed sealed published and decleared by the within named Thomas Wyatt for and as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us and signed by us as witnesses in the presence of the Testator ------ Francis Gibson Thomas: Doughty William ^his + mark ^ Natt

Source: D/ACW 26/4/28
Essex Record Office

Chelmsford the 13 . 4 m . 1734 Know all men by these pre??? that I Thomas Wyatt of Chelmsford do make and ordain this my Last will and Testiment in manner & form Following that is to say : I will that my Just Debts be paid, and that every one of my Children here after named shall have paid to them, one year after my Deseas Fifty pounds Each of them that is to Say to my Daughter Frances Fifty pounds & to my son Thomas Fifty pounds and to my Daughter Hannah Fifty pounds, and to my son Sam'll Fifty pounds, & to my Daughter Sarah Fifty pounds : & Further my mind is that myDaughter Ethelldred shall have twenty Five pounds paid to her by my Exec? within twelve month after my desea.. & Lastly I ??? & ordain mary my Loveing Wife & Frances my Daughter to be Executers of this my Will Wittnes my hand Tho Wyatt

Source: D/ABW 93/1/4
Essex Record Office

In the name of God Amen I mary Wyatt the Widdow of Thomas Wyatt Late of chelmesford in the county of Essex salesman desed do make this my Last Will and Testament in maner forem as following that is to say first I Will that all my Just debts be paid and satisfyed also I bequeath to my son stephen Jay the sume of one shiling and no more of Lawfull money of great Britain also I give and [sic] to my son Thomas Wyatt one shillon and no more and my mind and Will is that my doter frances Wyatt and my son samuell Wyatt shall be my Executors to this my Last will And that my mind and will is is [sic] that my freind Richard freishfild shall be ?twete to this my Last will and testm?nt sined and witnesed in the presentes of Mary Wyatt the 6 of the second month called april 1743 Witness Jno Banks David Rivenall

Source: D/ABW 95/1/38
Essex Record Office

In the Name of God Amen the seaventh day of October in the year of our Lord (one thousand seaven Hundred and fourteen) I Martha Ludgater wife of Robert Ludgater of Little Coggishall in the County of Essex Felmonger In pursuance of a power to me given by the said Robert Ludgater my husband by an Instrument Indenture or other writeing before Marriage with him made from him to Trustees for my vse doe make and ordaine this writeing to be and contain my will purport and meaning and do give & dispose such goods Land & Tenements and monys as hereafter in there presents in expressed to such perlous and in such mannor as hereunder is expressed according to the power to me given contained in the said writeing in primis I give and devise unto my cousin Martha the daughter of John Totteridge of Witham in the County aforesaid ale that house yard and Oarchard logenthe with ale other appurtenance thereunto belonging situated in Witham in the ??? of the said John Totteridge from and after she shall arrive to the age of Twenty One years but in case my said Cousin shale die before she shale arrive to the age of Twenty One years that then I give & devise the said house with its appurtenances unto her Mother Mary Totteridge for & during the ??? of her naturale life and from & after her decease I give & devise the said house with its appurtenan??? unto my Cousin Mary the daughter of the said John Totteridge Item I give & bequeath unto my said Cousin Martha daugher of the said John Totteridge the sume of fifty pound of lawfule mony of Great Brittaine to be payd uto her as soon as she shale arrive to the age of twenty one years or day of mariage which shalle first happen Item I give unto my said husband the sume of tennnd beside which he hath formrly had of me Item I give unto my Cousin Thomas Pery of stebbing in the said County the sume of tenn pound which two last Legacy I will shale be pajd by my Executrix herein after named within six Months next after my decease Item I give unto my Cousin Martha peary the daughter of John peary of Halstead scoolmaster decd the sume of five pound Item I give unto my Cousin Mary daughter of the said John peary the sume of five pound Item I give unto My Cousin John Peary son of the said John peary the sume of five pound Item I give unto my Cousin Thomas peary the son of the said Thomas peary the sume of five pound Item I give unto my Cousin Hannah peary daughter of the said Thomas peary the sume of five pounds which said five last menconed Legacys I will shall be payd by my said Eecutrix as soon as they shale arrive to their respective ages of Twenty One yeares or their respective dayes of Marriage Item I give unto my Cousin Martha Totteridge ale the houshold Goods I formerly gave her and my appar??? Item I give unto Isaac Ludgater son of my husband One Guinea Item I give unto my Granddaughter Mary Wyatt daughter of Thomas Wyatt of Chelmsford One Guinea Item I give unto my Cousin Mary daughter of John Totteridg One Guinea I will these three last menconed Legacys shall be payd within six months next after my desease I do heeby revoake & make void ale former wills by me made and do nominate make and appoynt my Cousin Mary the wife of John Totteridge sole Eecutrix of this my last will In wittness whereof I have herunto sett my hand ??? the day & year ??? written signed sealed published & declared to be the last will & Testament of Martha Ludgater in the presence of vs the word land my pp??? being first in ??? Caleb Lasher Eliz Guyon Matt Guyon Martha ^Robert Ludgater the wife of^ Ludgater

Source: D/APbW 2/59
Essex Record Office

Locations

Chelmsford
09/05/1670 Saffron Walden, Coggeshall Magna, Essex
13/09/1698 Dunmow
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