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John Huckstep

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Tenterden, Kent, England
Death: Died in Tenterden, Kent, UK
Place of Burial: Tenterden, Kent, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Stephen Huckstep and Winnifred Hatch
Husband of Alice Haffenden
Father of Sarah WILLS; Joanne HUCKSTEPP; Stephen HUCKSTEPP; Thomas Huckstepp; William Huckstepp and 3 others
Brother of Thomas Huckstep; Lydia Huckstep; Joan Huckstep; Mary Anne Huckstep and Susan Huckstep
Half brother of Joanne Wills; Anne Wills; Susan Wills and John Wills

Occupation: Yeoman
Managed by: Jason Scott Wills
Last Updated:

About John Huckstep

4f. (6) Alice Haffenden, baptised at Tenterden, 22 October 1594 (PR);

inherited 10 s under her father's will, 1613; married at Northiam,

Sussex, 4 July 1615 John Huckstepp, her step-brother, baptised at

Tenterden, 1586; received £10 under the will of his uncle John

Huckstepp, to whom he was executor, 1625; buried at Tenterden, 1630/1;

will proved Consist. Ct., Canterbury, vol. 49, f. 248, 2 December 1631:

The Will of John Huckstepp of Tenterden in the county of Kent, yeoman,

6 November 6 Charles I [1630]:

To my wife Alice 30 pounds, household goods to the value of 40 pounds,

wearing apparel, cloth, wheat, bees, poultry, etc. The residue of my

household stuff to my children, equally divided, to my sons at

twenty-one and to my daughters at nineteen or marriage. To my brother

Thomas Huckstepp 10 pounds, and I make him executor. To my daughters,

Sara and Joane 40 pounds each at nineteen or marriage. To my son

Stephen at twenty-one the lease of the farm where I dwell, he paying to

my father Stephen Hucstepp, if he be then living, 16 pounds a year for

life. My brother Thomas to have the letting of said farm during the

minority of my son Stephen, he paying the said annuity to my father,

and the overplus to be used to apprentice my sons, with the consent of

my wife, to some honest and lawful trade.

My last will concerning my lands and messuage in Appledore and

Tenterden: to son Stephen at twenty-one a messuage and three acres of

land in Appledore in the occupation of Anthony French. To my son Thomas

Hucstepp at twenty-one my other two pieces of land in Appledore called

Barueland and lower wish, containing ten acres and in my own

occupation. To my four youngest sons, Nathaneall, William, Joseph, and

John, at twenty-one, my two pieces of land in Tenterden at Sherleys

Moore, containing nineteen and a half acres. My brother Thomas to have

the letting of my farm, paying the profits to my wife Alice for the

maintenance and education of all my children. [Signed] John Huckstepp.

Witnesses: Samuel Curtis and Nathanaell Tilden.

(Codicil, 15 August 1631, makes provision for any possible posthumous

child.)

Proved 2 December 1631 by Thomas Huckstepp, gent, brother of the

deceased and executor named in the will.

Left issue.

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Received £10 under the will of his uncle John Huckstepp, to whom he was executor, in 1625;

Will proved Consist. Ct., Canterbury, vol. 49, f. 248, 2 December 1631:

The Will of John Huckstepp of Tenterden in the county of Kent, yeoman, 6 November 6 Charles I [1630]:

To my wife Alice, 30 pounds, household goods to the value of 40 pounds, wearing apparel, cloth, wheat, bees, poultry, etc. The residue of my household stuff to my children, equally divided, to my sons at twenty-one and to my daughters at nineteen or marriage.

To my brother Thomas Huckstepp 10 pounds, and I make him executor.

To my daughters, Sara and Joane 40 pounds each at nineteen or marriage.

To my son Stephen at twentyone the lease of the farm where I dwell, he paying to my father Stephen Hucstepp, if he be then living, 16 pounds a year for life. My brother Thomas to have the letting of said farm during the minority of my son Stephen, he paying the said annuity to my father, and the overplus to be used to apprentice my sons, with the consent of my wife, to some honest and lawful trade.

My last will concerning my lands and messuage in Appledore and Tenterden: to son Stephen at twentyone a messuage and three acres of land in Appledore in the occupation of Anthony French.

To my son Thomas Hucstepp at twentyone my other two pieces of land in Appledore called Barueland and lower wish, containing ten acres and in my own occupation.

To my four youngest sons, Nathaneall, William, Joseph, and John, at twentyone, my two pieces of land in Tenterden at Sherleys Moore, containing nineteen and a half acres.

My brother Thomas to have the letting of my farm, paying the profits to my wife Alice for the maintenance and education of all my children.

[Signed] John Huckstepp.

Witnesses: Samuel Curtis and Nathanaell Tilden.

(Codicil, 15 August 1631, makes provision for any possible posthumous child.)

Proved 2 December 1631 by Thomas Huckstepp, gent, brother of the deceased and executor named in the will.

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John Huckstep's Timeline

1586
May 22, 1586
Of, Tenterden, Kent, England
May 22, 1586
Tenterden, Kent County, England
May 22, 1586
Of, Tenterden, Kent, England
May 22, 1586
Tenterden, Kent County, England
May 22, 1586
Tenterden, Kent County, England
May 22, 1586
Of, Tenterden, Kent, England
May 22, 1586
Tenterden, Kent, England
May 22, 1586
Tenterden, Kent County, England
May 22, 1586
Of, Tenterden, Kent, England
May 22, 1586
Tenterden, Kent County, England