Mary Walker Timberlake (Earle) (c.1636 - 1718) MP

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Nicknames: "corey;coray;cory"
Place of Burial: Portsmouth, RI, USA
Birthplace: Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), (Present Rhode Island), (Present USA)
Death: Died in Portsmouth, Newport County, Province of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
Cause of death: Small pox.
Occupation: Parents: Ralph Earle & Joan Savage
Managed by: John Hunter Boyle
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About Mary Walker Timberlake (Earle)

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Mary Earle (* Ralph Earle , Jr2, * Ralphe Earle1) was born 1636 in Portsmouth, RI, and died 22 May 1718.

  • She married Joseph Timberlake.
  • She married William Corey 1648 in Portsmouth, Newport, RI. He was born 1618 in Devonshire, England, and died 4 Jan 1681/82 in Kingston, Washington Co., RI.
  • 10 April 1684:Mary widow of William Cory, exchanged two acres of land with the town of Portsmouth, R.I.

Last Will and Testament of Mary Timberlake

Widow of William Cory of Portsmouth, R.I.

Transcribed from Record of Wills from Portsmouth Town Records

To all Christian People to whom these presents shall come I Mary Timberlake in Portsmouth in the colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England widow woman being very weak and ill, but through the mercy and goodness of God of perfect mind, memory and understanding and for the preventing of future trouble and discord amongst my children and relations do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following. That is to say, first and principally I give and recommend my soul into the hand of God from whence I had my first being ad my body to the Earth decently to be interred.

My mind and will is that all my just and lawful debts be well and truly, by my executor paid and lawful debts which are due unto me, that the same be in division amongst my estate dividable.

  • I give and bequeath to my grandson William Cory, the son of my son John Cory, one piece of milled money containing five or six shillings.
  • I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mercy Gonzales Moreno one piece of milled money about five or six shillings.
  • I give and bequeath to my son in law Charles Gonzales Moreno the five cords of wood that he owes me.
  • I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Jeffries the term of years I have in my Indian girl Dina, she performing covenants according to Indenture.
  • I give and bequeath unto my grandson Micheal Cory and to his brother William Cory to each a piece of Milled Money containing about five or six shillings in each piece.
  • I give and bequeath to my grandson Caleb Cory the son of my son Caleb Cory a piece of Milled Money containing about five or six shillings, but in case there be not so many pieces of Milled Money of that degree to answer the aforesaid bequests then the same to be made up in other silver money.
  • I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane Taylor for the use and benefit of my great varnished cupboard and my wainscott chest during the term of her natural life and after her decease to return to my grandson Samuel Chaplin.

To my mind and will that my wearing apparel whatsoever both linen and wollen be equally divided into four parts, one part therof I give unto my daughter Mary Cook, a second part thereof I give unto my daughter Jane Taylor, a third part I give unto my daughter Sarah Jeffries and the fourth part thereof as I shall dispose of as in hereinafter expressed.

Whereas my son Thomas Cory has now of my money in his hands which I lent him the sum of twenty-nine pounds and nine shillings besides the six£ which I have remitted unto him in behalf of my son-in-law Thomas Jeffries which said sum twenty-nine£ nine shillings together with the said sum of six£ I lent to my son-in-law Thomas Cook. Together with the five£ I lent to my son Roger Cory. My mind and will in the aforesaid sums of money lent by me to my two said sons Thomas Cory and Roger Cory and to my two said son-in-laws, Thomas Cook and Thomas Jeffries be included with the whole sum of all the rest and residue of my movable estate whatsoever and wheresoever it is to be found (which I have not otherwise disposed of) and my mind and will is that the same be equally divided into six parts. One part thereof with the fourth part of all my wearing apparel as above said I give to the children of my daughter Mercy equally to be divided amongst them all. A second part thereof I give to my daughter Mary Cook. A third part I give to my son Thomas Cory. A fourth part I give to my son Roger Cory. A fifth part I give to my daughter Jane Taylor and a sixth part I give to my daughter Sarah Jeffries.

Lastly I do nominate, appoint, constitute, make and ordain my well-beloved son Thomas Cory my only and sole Executor to this my last will and testament. Revoking and annulling all and every other testaments and wills whatsoever by me in any ways before this time made allowing only of what is written on the side of this sheet and no other to be my last Will and Testament and in confirmation whereof I the said Mary Timberlake have here unto set my hand and fixed my seal this twelfth day of August in the fourth year of his Majesty's reign George by the grace of God King of Great Britain Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and seventeen.

Witnessed by: William Hall, Gideon Freeborn, Jr., William Sanford

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1 EARLE, Mary {11} b: 1655 Portsmouth, Newport, RI d: Jun 1734 #: EARL97

  • +BORDEN, John {7}, of Portsmouth
  • b: 05 Sep 1640 Portsmouth, Newport, RI
  • d: 04 Jun 1716 Portsmouth, Newport, RI #: BORD1
  • m: 25 Dec 1670 Portsmouth, Newport, RI Mother: Joan FOWLE Father: Richard [1] BORDEN
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Mary Timberlake's Timeline

1622
November 1, 1622
Bishop's, Stortford, Hereford, England
1636
1636
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), (Present Rhode Island), (Present USA)
1655
1655
Age 19
Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island
1656
1656
Age 20
Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)

This couple had 10 children. She remarried after William's death & had an additional child.

1658
May 12, 1658
Age 22
Portsmouth, Aquidneck Island (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
1661
September, 1661
Age 25
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
October, 1661
Age 25
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
1663
February, 1663
Age 27
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
1664
December 25, 1664
Age 28
Portsmouth, (Present Newport County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (Present USA)
1665
September, 1665
Age 29
Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island, USA