Charles Hoar (Hoare), Jr
|Birthplace:||England, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in United Kingdom|
Son of Charles Hoare (Hore), Sr. and Margery Hoare
|Occupation:||brewer, alderman, sheriff, Sheriff of Gloucester England|
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About Charles Hoar, Jr.
Charles Hoar was the son of Charles Hoar and Margery (Unknown) of Gloucester. Between 1632 and 1638 he was one of the aldermen of Gloucester and sheriff in 1634. A brewer by trade. Charles Hoar married Joanna Hincksman, daughter of (unknown) Hincksman, circa 1609? Charles Hoar made a will on 25 September 1638 administration was granted at Doctors' Commons to Joane Hoar the relict, 21 December 1638. He died between 25 September 1638 and 21 December 1638 in England.
CHARLES HOARE THE YOUNGER, AND WIFE, JOANNA HINCKSMAN
Charles Hoare junior, the executor of his father's will, was probably the eldest son. He became a man of substance and one greatly respected in his native city, as is attested by the fact that he was one of its aldermen from 1632 to 1638. His name is found in the Council minutes with "gentleman" or "gencrosus" affixed to it. In the lists of members of the Council for the six years before his decease his name always appears, although generally among "nomina eorum qui fecerunt defaultum," that is, were absent from the meetings. He followed the occupation of brewer, although he had served a long apprenticeship with his father, the saddler, and his will indicates that he carried on the business of wool stapling, a trade which early attained great importance in Gloucestershire, and has been pursued by members of the Hoare family there, especially at Cirencester, down to quite recent days. The original indenture of this apprenticeship, written in abbreviated Latin, is extant, of which the following is a translation:
1599. Charles Hoare son of Charles Hoare of the City of Gloucester, saddler, by act of Indenture made on the day of the Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle [Dec. 21] in the year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth the forty-first, binds himself apprentice to the said Charles & Margerie, his wife, in the trade in which the said Charles now practices, for the term of eight years following the feast aforesaid by act agreed upon verbally on each part. And the said Charles & Margerie will pay the said apprentice at the end of the time 40 shillings.
In the calendar of State Papers, vol. cccxxxiv. p. 178, 1636, is a petition of John Brown, late mayor, and Charles Hoare and Lawrence Singleton, late sheriffs of the City of Gloucester, stating that they had collected and paid over to the Treasurer of the Navy the one thousand pounds ship money imposed upon Gloucester, and asking for the repayment to them of certain expenses amounting to fiftytwo pounds, which request was granted.
The date of Charles Hoare's marriage to Joanna Hinksman is not known, but it must have been shortly after the expiration of his apprenticeship. Of their children three only are named in his father's will - Thomas, Margery and John; the other three mentioned in his own will - Daniel, Leonard and Joanna - being minors in 1632. There may have been others deceased, and probably of these were Ruth, buried June 1628, and Charles graduate at Oxford 1630, aged 17. The Hincksman or Henchman was prosperous and highly esteemed in Gloucester. A Joseph Hinxman was graduated at Oxford in 1577, and became rector of the parish of Naunton, fourteen miles north-east of the city of Gloucester. Of her immediate family we know only that she had brothers William, Walter, Edward and Thomas, and sisters Elinor Bailes and _____ Founes. Thomas Hincksman, in 1634 called "late servant to Mr. Charles Hoare for the space of eight years now past," was then made a burgess, paying a fine of 10s. A Walter Hincksman about the same period was rector at Matlock in Derbyshire. The noted Captains Thomas and Daniel Henchman, who figured in the early Indian wars in New England, may have been kinsmen of Joanna, though proof of this is lacking. That there was some relationship between the early immigrants in New England bearing the names Hoare and Hinksman seems probable from the frequency with which these names are found associated. Capt. Daniel Henchman was one of the witnesses to Doctor Leonard Hoar's will, and Thomas appended his signature as witness to a power of attorney given by Daniel Hoare.
-------------------- Name: Charles HOARE
Given Name: Charles
Birth: Abt 1588 in England
Death: 1638 in England
Father: Charles HOARE b: Abt 1568 in England
Mother: Margery UNKNOWN b: Abt 1570 in England
Marriage 1 Joanna HINCKSMAN b: Abt 1580 in England
Thomas HOARE b: Abt 1612 in England
Charles HOARE b: Abt 1613 in England
Margery HOARE b: Abt 1614 in England
Daniel HOARE b: Abt 1617 in England
Ruth HOARE b: Abt 1619 in England
John HOARE b: Abt 1622 in England
Joanna HOARE b: Abt 1624 in England
Leonard HOARE b: Abt 1630 in England
Charles Hoare [Parents] was born about 1586 in Gloucester, Gloucester, England. He died on 21 Dec 1638 in Gloucester, Gloucester, England. He was sealed to his parents on 29 Apr 1953 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. Charles was baptized on 7 May 1912. He was endowed on 21 Sep 1921. Charles married Joanna Hinksman about 1606 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England. They were sealed on 29 Nov 1951 in the Idaho Falls Idaho temple. -------------------- Charles HOARE The Younger was indentured to his father for eight years on 21 December 1598.1779 He died between 25 September 1638 and 21 December 1638.1779 He made a will on 25 September 1638 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England. Charles was a brewer and saddler
Charles Hoar, Jr.'s Timeline
Gloucster, Gloucestshire, Great Britain
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
June 11, 1624
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
November 10, 1629
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, Great Britain
September 25, 1638