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Walter Deane

Birthdate:
Birthplace: South Chard, Somersetshire, England
Death: Died in South Chard, Somersetshire, England
Cause of death: will dated 7 July 1585; died before 3 Sept 1591
Place of Burial: Chard, Somersetshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of John Deane, Jr.; John Deane; Joan Deane and Joan Deane
Husband of Johanna Deane, I
Father of William Deane; Joane [Jane] Deane; Eleanor Strong; John Deane and Robert Deane
Brother of Alianor Deane and Johane Deane

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Immediate Family

About Walter Deane

Vital Statistics

  • Died between 1585 and 1591. Married to Joanna Walsele. His wife outlived him and was apparently his only wife.
  • Children mentioned in will are: Johanna (~ Joan), Eleanor (~ Ellen, m. Mr. Balstone), and William.
  • Walter's mother's name was Joan. He was the grandson of John Deane and Johanna Sellwood, she being the daughter of Nicholas Sellwood of Chard.

Facts, Sources, and Notes

Good source: http://kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm

WALTER DEANE, Yeoman - d. 1591. Married Joanna Walsele Nov 12 1565 at Buckland, St. Mary, Somerset. She d. 1597.

  • 1554 Rental of Streete and Leigh Manor
  • Walter Deane ['Walter crossed out and 'William' inserted] 7s. [DD/TOR 228]
  • 1564 - 1566 - Survey of Manor of Tatworth, Chard (T/PH/VCH/14):
  • WALTER DEANE by a copy dated 3 April Henry VIII (1527) holds a tenement and Cottage for his life 1566 Survey of Tatworth Manor (Devon R.O. 123 M/E31
  • Walter Deane holds by copy dated 3 Apr. 1527 one heriotable tenement and one cottage, to which pertains 17 acres of land lying in divers closes or parcels, viz. a curtilage, garden and orchard, 4 acres in South Field, 7 acres in Myddlellfelde, 5 acres in North Field 2 1/2 acres in Holwaie, 3 rods in Gulwill Meade, 1/2 acre in Gore Meade. To hold to him for term of his life by grant of Thomas la Ware and Lady Elizabeth his wife under fine 33s4d, rent 13s
  • 1568 Apr. 21 -A leasse to be made to Water [sic] Deane, Johan his wiff and Elen their doughter of vij closes of pasturer [sic] and arrable called Caprons downe in the tything of Lye in the parishe of Wynsham by est[imation] xxx acres and sute to the courte for xx li. paid in hand, attornayes John Pears, Thomas Toker.
  • 1580 - Survey of Manor of Tatworth, Chard (T/PH/VCH 15): WALTER DEANE holds by copy dated 16 April 7 Elizabeth (1565) a tenement and cottage for his life and the life of LETICIE, DAU. OF WILLIAM HILL. Undated later note of reversion of property to Eleanor Balstone and Joan Deane, dau. of the said Joan on 10 Oct. 30 Elizabeth (1588).
  • [1582 undated note at end of volume] Johanna Deane widow, lated wife of Walter Deane deceased holds by indenture dated 23 Apr. 1582, 7 closes of land, meadow and pasture containing by estimation 30 Acres called Caprons Downe, lying in the tithing of Leigh (all trees reserved0 to hold the same for her life and after to remain to William Deane her son for term of his life by rent of 7s a year and 6s8d in the name of a heriot and suit of court twice a year [DD/TOR 222]
  • 1590 - c.1609 Survey of Tatworth Manor (123 M/E 33) Johanna Deane widow holds one tenement and one cottage with appurtenances of 17 acres [etc. as listed above] to hold for her widowhood and after the premises to be granted to Elenor Balston and Johanna Deane, daughters of the said Johanna, for term of their lives by grant of John Petre kt. for fine of 30 pounds as appears by copy dated 10 Oct. 1593, by rent 14s.
  • 1591 Sept. 3 Street and Leigh Court Book: ...present that Walter Deane, who of the Lord held by indenture certain closes called Capon [sic] Downe, containing by estimation 30 acres, died since the last court [previous court was held 9 Apr. 1591], whereupon there fell due to the lord for reliec 6s8d. And it is presented that the bailiff should admonish the wife of the said Walter that she produce the writing by which she claims to hold the said premises and show the same to the steward at the next court [ the next court was held on 7 Sept. 1591, but included no relevant entry]
  • 1597 (Devon Record Office, Ref. 123M/E31)- Survey acreage and a tenement held by Walter Deane, of South Chard in the Survey of 1580 is held by Johana Deane, wid. for her life, after which the property is to go to Eleanor Balstone and Johanna Deane for their lives

Will of Walter Deane is dated July 7, 1585, proved Jul 10, 1591, by Geoffrey Clarke Notary Public, Proctor for William Deane the son and executor. . (PCC Sainberbe 56, Wills vol 62 Somerset Record Office).

To be bur. in churchyard in Chard. To poor folks 20 groates. To Eleanor Deane my daughter 30 pounds...to Joan Deane my daughter 30 pounds. Residue of my goods; to Joane my wife one moiety thereof, for her life, and aftr her death to remain to William my son to whom I give all the rest of my goods, and I make him sole executor...THOMAS BONDAGE, THOMAS SMITHE and JOHN LEGG of Southcharde to be overseers, to whom I give 2s apiece. Witnessed by John Willsonn, John Burghe, Thomas Smithe

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"Walter DEANE - d. 1585-1591, South Chard, Somerset, England. Walter's mother's name was Joan. He was the grandson of John DEANE and Johanna SELLWOOD, she being the daughter of Nicholas SELLWOOD of Chard. Walter was married on Nov. 12, 1565 at Buckland St. Mary, Somerset to Joan WALSELE (d. 1597). Walter's will, dated Jul. 7, 1585 and proved Jul. 10, 1591, names daughters Eleanor and Joan, and son William, as does the will of his widow Joan, dated Mar. 29, 1597 and proved May 10, 1597."

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William DEANE - d. about 1634, South Chard, Somerset. Will dated Jul. 22, 1634 names his children and his grandson John STRONG. Son of Walter DEANE and Joan WALSELE.

  • 1. Joane - b. before 1597; bur. Dec. 14, 1621, Chard, Somerset.
  • 2. William - d. 1678, South Chard. Named eldest son in his father's will.
  • 3. Thomas - d. 1672. Married Jun. 10, 1629, Chard, Somerset Mary WARRY, daughter of John WARRY and Mary DEAN.
  • 4. John - b. about 1597; d. 1660, Taunton, Bristol Co., MA. Will dated Apr. 25, 1660. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother Walter. Married Alice. Children of John and Alice DEANE: John married Sarah EDSON; Thomas married Catherine STEPHENS (daughter of Thomas STEVENS, Jr., and granddaughter of Thomas STEVENS and Mary WALLE); Israel did not marry; Isaac married Hannah LEONARD; Nathaniel did not marry; and Elizabeth married Josiah EDSON.
  • 5. Margerie - d. about 1635, Dorchester, MA. First wife of Elder John STRONG.
  • 6. Isaacke - Married Oct. 12, 1636, Thornecombe, Devon Margerie SMITH.
  • 7. Susan - Mentioned in 1654 will of Anne HURT.
  • 8. Eleanor - Living in 1634.
  • 9. Walter - bap. May 13, 1612, St. Mary, Chard, Somerset; d. 1659, Taunton, MA. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother John. Married in 1637 at Taunton, MA Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN, granddaughter of Barnard COGAN, and great granddaughter of Robert COGAN. William COGAN may have married second the widow of John STRONG of Chard, Somerset. The Apr. 24, 1654 will (proved Jun. 23, 1655) of William COGAN, a tanner of South Chard, names two "daughters" named Eleanor: one being Eleanor COGAN, then unmarried, and the other being Eleanor DEANE, wife of Walter DEANE in New England. Children of Walter and Eleanor DEANE: Mary married Shadrack WILBORE (son John married Alice PITTS, daughter of Peter PITTS and Mary ANDREWS); Lydia married Bartholomew TIPPING; James married Sarah TISDALE; Ezra married Bethia EDSON; Benjamin married Sarah WILLIAMS; and Joseph married Mary TIPPING.
  • 10. Elizabeth - Living in 1634. Called youngest daughter in her father's will.

William Deane b. 1574 ENG. d. Oct 11, 1634 ENG m. Margaret Wickham. Ten children:

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i.William Deane b. 1600;

ii.John Deane b. 1601 d. April 25, 1660 m. Alice Strong (1635-37) [See the Will of John Deane of Taunton at the following hyperlink] http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/wills/john_deane.htm ch= 6 Thomas Deane m. Catherine Stevens d. of Thomas Stevens; Isaac Deane m. Hannah Leonard, Israel Deane, Nathaniel Deane, Elizabeth Deane John Deane m. Sarah Edson 7 children: John Deane b. 25 April 1677; Sarah Deane b. 13 December 1678;Ebenezer Deane b. 17 May 1681; Joseph Deane b. 14 March 1683 (ch=Faxon Deane) ; Jeremiah Deane b. 24 March 1685; Elizabeth Deane b. 13 October 1689; Abigail Deane b. 12 June 1694 John and Sarah Edson Deane of Dedham http://www.lkwdpl.org/history/5biographyA-F.htm#0:27 ,http://books.google.com/books?id=hrNRAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA24&dq=will+of+Walter+Deane+Chard&lr=&as_brr=1

iii.Joane Deane b. 1602 d. bef. 1634;

iv.Thomas b. 1604 d. aft.1634 arrived aboard The Elizabeth and Ann; married 10 June 1629 Mary Wary (daughter of John Wary and Mary Dean) http://www.kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm http://users.tpg.com.au/mikewry/will%20extracts.htm

v.Susan Deane b. 1606 d.. aft.1634;

vi.Isaac b. 1608 d. aft.1634; married Margerie Smith

vii.Margerie Deane b. 1610 d.1635 m. John Strong (son of Richard John Strong & Eleanor Deane) Descendancy of Elder John Strong;

viii.Walter (see below);

ix.Ellianor Deane b. 1614 d. aft. 1634;

x.Elizabeth Deane b. abt.1616 d. aft.1634. may be the Elizabeth Deane Twinning, whose son, William Twinning married Anne Doane (daughter of Deacon John Doane) http://books.google.com/books?id=QSYAAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA6&dq=Elizabeth+Ring+deane#PPA11,M1

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Laurel Logan

August 19, 2008

from http://www.fortunecity.com/millenium/rockbridge/156/f89.htm

Will, 22 Jul 1634

I William Dean of Southchard within parish of Chard in the county of Somersett sicke of bodie but of sound and perfect memorie

thanks bee given to God doe make and decalare this my last Will and

Testament.......I give to the poore of Chardland twenty shillings to bee

distributed by the discrecon of my Executor and of MY SONNE THOMAS DEANE

ONE OF MY OVERSEERSItem: To JOHN DEANE MY SONNE I give and

bequeath a chest standing in the hall, a truckle bedsted and bed

furnished, wheat the halfendeale of the hay wich is in COLFIELD the

remynder of the terme yet to come in BROADFIELD together with the lease

thereof. The residue of the terme yet to come in HAM MEADE and the Lease

thereof, yeelding and paying therefore from the Feast date of St.

Michaell next after my decease to SUSAN, ELLIANOR, MARGERIE AND ELIZABETH

MY DAUGHTERS foure pounds apeece yearelie during the contynuance of his

now estate therein and soe rateably for any lesser terme of his estate

therein at any other tyme then at the end of a full yeare happen to take

end and determyne, Also I give and bequeath to him in money fortie

shillings to bee paid him within three moneths after my

decease. Item: To MY SONNE THOMAS (for that hee is

otherwise in comptetent manner provided for) I onely give and and

bequeath to him and to his wife as a remembrance of my fatherly love two

silver spoons. Item: To WALTER DEAN MY SONNE I give a chest

standing in the chamber over the Kitchen, a truckle bedsted and bed

furnished, and a bible also I give unto him iontlie [jointly] with his

BROTHER ISSACK the Lease or Leases of the grounds name WILBEERE and

CANTES, and together with his said brother all profitts on the said

grounds to bee received and taken during the contynuance of the terme

therein yet remayneing.Item: To ISSACK DEANE MY SONNE I

bequeath and give a Chest and little Fojelett or box standing in the

lower chamber, a truckle bed furnished and the halfendeale of the hay in

COLEFIELD, and alsoe together with HIS BROTHER WALTER DEANE I give and

bequeath the grounds above menconed name WILBEER AND CANTES, by the

ioyntly to be occupied during the terme therein remayneing together with

the lease or leases thereof, also I give him that little woodvine

withouth the utter(outer) kitchen doore, and all tymber felled and all

such rafters and boords reede and billies which I have, and also in money

tenne pounds to bee paid within and also in money tenne pounds to bee

paid within two moneths after my decease. Item: To MY

DAUGHTER SUSAN DEANE I give that bedstead which is in the inner chamber

with its appurtennces, one skellet, a posnett, a great barrell, a side

saddle, a coffer in the inner chamber, a third part of all my wooll, the

CHAPPELL and YE WRITEINGS for holding thereof and in money seaventy three

pounds six shillings an eight pence to bee paid at the endo f six

months.Item To MY DAUGHTER ELEANOR DEANE I give and

bequeath that Cofer which is in the chamber of the kitching, a bed stead

also standing there and my best feathered furnished, a little brasse

pott, one of my greater barrells, a piltion and a third part of all my

wooll, and seaventie three pounds six shillings and eight pence in money

to bee paid at the end of six moneths after my decease.Item:

To MARGERIE STRONG MY DAUGHTER I give the least brasse pott of the three,

my best cauldron and tenne pounds in money to bee paid within one yeare

after my decease, and to HER SONNE and MY GRAND CHILD JOHN STRONG. I give

five pounds to be paid att the end of two yeares after my decease upon

sufficient discharge given to acquite my my executor

thereof.Item: To MY YOUNGEST DAUGHTER ELIZABETH I give and

bequeath a bedstead in the Low chamber, a featherbed furnished, a little

table boord over the entire, a coffer in the inner chamber, one of the

great barrells, the third part of my wooll and seaventie three pounds six

shillings and eight pence in money to bee paid at the end of six moneths

after my decease. And if any to whom an procon is hereby given

chance to dye before his her or their porcon or pocons bee due to bee

paid my will therein is that such their porcon or porcons be devyded

equallie betweene MY THREE YOUNGER SONNES JOHN, WALTER AND ISAAKE and my

FOWER DAUGHTERS, or betweene such of them as then bee

livieing.Lastly I hereby ordeine and appoynt WILLIAM DEANE

MY ELDEST SONNE to bee Executor of this my last will and testament, and

THOMAS LEGG SONNE OF THOMAS LEGG THE ELDER and MY SONNE THOMAS DEANE

Overseers hereof, and in consideracon thereof doe give to each of them

two shillings. By mee William Deane. And as touching the clause in the

latter end of the will that if any Legatee dye before his or her porcon

become due, the testator shewed that his meaneing therein is that if any

of his daughters chaunce to marry and doe happen being married to dye

that such her porcon shall then bee paid to the husband of such

daughter.hese being Witnesses: WILLIAM COGAN, THOMAS

LEGGE, THOMAS DEANE, JOHN GIBBS No. I.Proved October 21,

1634 of S. Chard, Somerset, EnglandNEHGR 1897, Vol 51

p.432

--Laurel Logan

Laurel Logan

August 19, 2008

from http://kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm

William DEANE - d. about 1634, South Chard, Somerset. Will dated Jul. 22, 1634 names his children and his grandson John STRONG. Son of Walter DEANE and Joan WALSELE.

  1. Joane - b. before 1597; bur. Dec. 14, 1621, Chard, Somerset.
  2. William - d. 1678, South Chard. Named eldest son in his father's will.
  3. Thomas - d. 1672. Married Jun. 10, 1629, Chard, Somerset Mary WARRY, daughter of John WARRY and Mary DEAN.
  4. John - b. about 1597; d. 1660, Taunton, Bristol Co., MA. Will dated Apr. 25, 1660. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother Walter. Married Alice. Children of John and Alice DEANE: John married Sarah EDSON; Thomas married Catherine STEPHENS (daughter of Thomas STEVENS, Jr., and granddaughter of Thomas STEVENS and Mary WALLE); Israel did not marry; Isaac married Hannah LEONARD; Nathaniel did not marry; and Elizabeth married Josiah EDSON.
  5. Margerie - d. about 1635, Dorchester, MA. First wife of Elder John STRONG.
  6. Isaacke - Married Oct. 12, 1636, Thornecombe, Devon Margerie SMITH.
  7. Susan - Mentioned in 1654 will of Anne HURT.
  8. Eleanor - Living in 1634.
  9. Walter - bap. May 13, 1612, St. Mary, Chard, Somerset; d. 1659, Taunton, MA. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother John. Married in 1637 at Taunton, MA Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN, granddaughter of Barnard COGAN, and great granddaughter of Robert COGAN. William COGAN may have married second the widow of John STRONG of Chard, Somerset. The Apr. 24, 1654 will (proved Jun. 23, 1655) of William COGAN, a tanner of South Chard, names two "daughters" named Eleanor: one being Eleanor COGAN, then unmarried, and the other being Eleanor DEANE, wife of Walter DEANE in New England. Children of Walter and Eleanor DEANE: Mary married Shadrack WILBORE (son John married Alice PITTS, daughter of Peter PITTS and Mary ANDREWS); Lydia married Bartholomew TIPPING; James married Sarah TISDALE; Ezra married Bethia EDSON; Benjamin married Sarah WILLIAMS; and Joseph married Mary TIPPING.
 10. Elizabeth - Living in 1634. Called youngest daughter in her father's will. 

--Laurel Logan --------------------

Vital Statistics

   Died between 1585 and 1591. Married to Joanna Walsele. His wife outlived him and was apparently his only wife.
   Children mentioned in will are: Johanna (~ Joan), Eleanor (~ Ellen, m. Mr. Balstone), and William.
   Walter's mother's name was Joan. He was the grandson of John Deane and Johanna Sellwood, she being the daughter of Nicholas Sellwood of Chard.

Facts, Sources, and Notes

Good source: http://kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm

WALTER DEANE, Yeoman - d. 1591. Married Joanna Walsele Nov 12 1565 at Buckland, St. Mary, Somerset. She d. 1597.

   1554 Rental of Streete and Leigh Manor
   Walter Deane ['Walter crossed out and 'William' inserted] 7s. [DD/TOR 228]
   1564 - 1566 - Survey of Manor of Tatworth, Chard (T/PH/VCH/14):
   WALTER DEANE by a copy dated 3 April Henry VIII (1527) holds a tenement and Cottage for his life 1566 Survey of Tatworth Manor (Devon R.O. 123 M/E31
   Walter Deane holds by copy dated 3 Apr. 1527 one heriotable tenement and one cottage, to which pertains 17 acres of land lying in divers closes or parcels, viz. a curtilage, garden and orchard, 4 acres in South Field, 7 acres in Myddlellfelde, 5 acres in North Field 2 1/2 acres in Holwaie, 3 rods in Gulwill Meade, 1/2 acre in Gore Meade. To hold to him for term of his life by grant of Thomas la Ware and Lady Elizabeth his wife under fine 33s4d, rent 13s
   1568 Apr. 21 -A leasse to be made to Water [sic] Deane, Johan his wiff and Elen their doughter of vij closes of pasturer [sic] and arrable called Caprons downe in the tything of Lye in the parishe of Wynsham by est[imation] xxx acres and sute to the courte for xx li. paid in hand, attornayes John Pears, Thomas Toker.
   1580 - Survey of Manor of Tatworth, Chard (T/PH/VCH 15): WALTER DEANE holds by copy dated 16 April 7 Elizabeth (1565) a tenement and cottage for his life and the life of LETICIE, DAU. OF WILLIAM HILL. Undated later note of reversion of property to Eleanor Balstone and Joan Deane, dau. of the said Joan on 10 Oct. 30 Elizabeth (1588).
   [1582 undated note at end of volume] Johanna Deane widow, lated wife of Walter Deane deceased holds by indenture dated 23 Apr. 1582, 7 closes of land, meadow and pasture containing by estimation 30 Acres called Caprons Downe, lying in the tithing of Leigh (all trees reserved0 to hold the same for her life and after to remain to William Deane her son for term of his life by rent of 7s a year and 6s8d in the name of a heriot and suit of court twice a year [DD/TOR 222]
   1590 - c.1609 Survey of Tatworth Manor (123 M/E 33) Johanna Deane widow holds one tenement and one cottage with appurtenances of 17 acres [etc. as listed above] to hold for her widowhood and after the premises to be granted to Elenor Balston and Johanna Deane, daughters of the said Johanna, for term of their lives by grant of John Petre kt. for fine of 30 pounds as appears by copy dated 10 Oct. 1593, by rent 14s.
   1591 Sept. 3 Street and Leigh Court Book: ...present that Walter Deane, who of the Lord held by indenture certain closes called Capon [sic] Downe, containing by estimation 30 acres, died since the last court [previous court was held 9 Apr. 1591], whereupon there fell due to the lord for reliec 6s8d. And it is presented that the bailiff should admonish the wife of the said Walter that she produce the writing by which she claims to hold the said premises and show the same to the steward at the next court [ the next court was held on 7 Sept. 1591, but included no relevant entry]
   1597 (Devon Record Office, Ref. 123M/E31)- Survey acreage and a tenement held by Walter Deane, of South Chard in the Survey of 1580 is held by Johana Deane, wid. for her life, after which the property is to go to Eleanor Balstone and Johanna Deane for their lives

Will of Walter Deane is dated July 7, 1585, proved Jul 10, 1591, by Geoffrey Clarke Notary Public, Proctor for William Deane the son and executor. . (PCC Sainberbe 56, Wills vol 62 Somerset Record Office).

To be bur. in churchyard in Chard. To poor folks 20 groates. To Eleanor Deane my daughter 30 pounds...to Joan Deane my daughter 30 pounds. Residue of my goods; to Joane my wife one moiety thereof, for her life, and aftr her death to remain to William my son to whom I give all the rest of my goods, and I make him sole executor...THOMAS BONDAGE, THOMAS SMITHE and JOHN LEGG of Southcharde to be overseers, to whom I give 2s apiece. Witnessed by John Willsonn, John Burghe, Thomas Smithe --------------------

"Walter DEANE - d. 1585-1591, South Chard, Somerset, England. Walter's mother's name was Joan. He was the grandson of John DEANE and Johanna SELLWOOD, she being the daughter of Nicholas SELLWOOD of Chard. Walter was married on Nov. 12, 1565 at Buckland St. Mary, Somerset to Joan WALSELE (d. 1597). Walter's will, dated Jul. 7, 1585 and proved Jul. 10, 1591, names daughters Eleanor and Joan, and son William, as does the will of his widow Joan, dated Mar. 29, 1597 and proved May 10, 1597." --------------------

William DEANE - d. about 1634, South Chard, Somerset. Will dated Jul. 22, 1634 names his children and his grandson John STRONG. Son of Walter DEANE and Joan WALSELE.

   1. Joane - b. before 1597; bur. Dec. 14, 1621, Chard, Somerset.
   2. William - d. 1678, South Chard. Named eldest son in his father's will.
   3. Thomas - d. 1672. Married Jun. 10, 1629, Chard, Somerset Mary WARRY, daughter of John WARRY and Mary DEAN.
   4. John - b. about 1597; d. 1660, Taunton, Bristol Co., MA. Will dated Apr. 25, 1660. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother Walter. Married Alice. Children of John and Alice DEANE: John married Sarah EDSON; Thomas married Catherine STEPHENS (daughter of Thomas STEVENS, Jr., and granddaughter of Thomas STEVENS and Mary WALLE); Israel did not marry; Isaac married Hannah LEONARD; Nathaniel did not marry; and Elizabeth married Josiah EDSON.
   5. Margerie - d. about 1635, Dorchester, MA. First wife of Elder John STRONG.
   6. Isaacke - Married Oct. 12, 1636, Thornecombe, Devon Margerie SMITH.
   7. Susan - Mentioned in 1654 will of Anne HURT.
   8. Eleanor - Living in 1634.
   9. Walter - bap. May 13, 1612, St. Mary, Chard, Somerset; d. 1659, Taunton, MA. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother John. Married in 1637 at Taunton, MA Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN, granddaughter of Barnard COGAN, and great granddaughter of Robert COGAN. William COGAN may have married second the widow of John STRONG of Chard, Somerset. The Apr. 24, 1654 will (proved Jun. 23, 1655) of William COGAN, a tanner of South Chard, names two "daughters" named Eleanor: one being Eleanor COGAN, then unmarried, and the other being Eleanor DEANE, wife of Walter DEANE in New England. Children of Walter and Eleanor DEANE: Mary married Shadrack WILBORE (son John married Alice PITTS, daughter of Peter PITTS and Mary ANDREWS); Lydia married Bartholomew TIPPING; James married Sarah TISDALE; Ezra married Bethia EDSON; Benjamin married Sarah WILLIAMS; and Joseph married Mary TIPPING.
   10. Elizabeth - Living in 1634. Called youngest daughter in her father's will.

William Deane b. 1574 ENG. d. Oct 11, 1634 ENG m. Margaret Wickham. Ten children: -----------------------------

i.William Deane b. 1600;

ii.John Deane b. 1601 d. April 25, 1660 m. Alice Strong (1635-37) [See the Will of John Deane of Taunton at the following hyperlink] http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/wills/john_deane.htm ch= 6 Thomas Deane m. Catherine Stevens d. of Thomas Stevens; Isaac Deane m. Hannah Leonard, Israel Deane, Nathaniel Deane, Elizabeth Deane John Deane m. Sarah Edson 7 children: John Deane b. 25 April 1677; Sarah Deane b. 13 December 1678;Ebenezer Deane b. 17 May 1681; Joseph Deane b. 14 March 1683 (ch=Faxon Deane) ; Jeremiah Deane b. 24 March 1685; Elizabeth Deane b. 13 October 1689; Abigail Deane b. 12 June 1694 John and Sarah Edson Deane of Dedham http://www.lkwdpl.org/history/5biographyA-F.htm#0:27 ,http://books.google.com/books?id=hrNRAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA24&dq=will+of+Walter+Deane+Chard&lr=&as_brr=1

iii.Joane Deane b. 1602 d. bef. 1634;

iv.Thomas b. 1604 d. aft.1634 arrived aboard The Elizabeth and Ann; married 10 June 1629 Mary Wary (daughter of John Wary and Mary Dean) http://www.kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm http://users.tpg.com.au/mikewry/will%20extracts.htm

v.Susan Deane b. 1606 d.. aft.1634;

vi.Isaac b. 1608 d. aft.1634; married Margerie Smith

vii.Margerie Deane b. 1610 d.1635 m. John Strong (son of Richard John Strong & Eleanor Deane) Descendancy of Elder John Strong;

viii.Walter (see below);

ix.Ellianor Deane b. 1614 d. aft. 1634;

x.Elizabeth Deane b. abt.1616 d. aft.1634. may be the Elizabeth Deane Twinning, whose son, William Twinning married Anne Doane (daughter of Deacon John Doane) http://books.google.com/books?id=QSYAAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA6&dq=Elizabeth+Ring+deane#PPA11,M1 --------------------

Laurel Logan

August 19, 2008

from http://www.fortunecity.com/millenium/rockbridge/156/f89.htm

Will, 22 Jul 1634

I William Dean of Southchard within parish of Chard in the county of Somersett sicke of bodie but of sound and perfect memorie

thanks bee given to God doe make and decalare this my last Will and

Testament.......I give to the poore of Chardland twenty shillings to bee

distributed by the discrecon of my Executor and of MY SONNE THOMAS DEANE

ONE OF MY OVERSEERSItem: To JOHN DEANE MY SONNE I give and

bequeath a chest standing in the hall, a truckle bedsted and bed

furnished, wheat the halfendeale of the hay wich is in COLFIELD the

remynder of the terme yet to come in BROADFIELD together with the lease

thereof. The residue of the terme yet to come in HAM MEADE and the Lease

thereof, yeelding and paying therefore from the Feast date of St.

Michaell next after my decease to SUSAN, ELLIANOR, MARGERIE AND ELIZABETH

MY DAUGHTERS foure pounds apeece yearelie during the contynuance of his

now estate therein and soe rateably for any lesser terme of his estate

therein at any other tyme then at the end of a full yeare happen to take

end and determyne, Also I give and bequeath to him in money fortie

shillings to bee paid him within three moneths after my

decease. Item: To MY SONNE THOMAS (for that hee is

otherwise in comptetent manner provided for) I onely give and and

bequeath to him and to his wife as a remembrance of my fatherly love two

silver spoons. Item: To WALTER DEAN MY SONNE I give a chest

standing in the chamber over the Kitchen, a truckle bedsted and bed

furnished, and a bible also I give unto him iontlie [jointly] with his

BROTHER ISSACK the Lease or Leases of the grounds name WILBEERE and

CANTES, and together with his said brother all profitts on the said

grounds to bee received and taken during the contynuance of the terme

therein yet remayneing.Item: To ISSACK DEANE MY SONNE I

bequeath and give a Chest and little Fojelett or box standing in the

lower chamber, a truckle bed furnished and the halfendeale of the hay in

COLEFIELD, and alsoe together with HIS BROTHER WALTER DEANE I give and

bequeath the grounds above menconed name WILBEER AND CANTES, by the

ioyntly to be occupied during the terme therein remayneing together with

the lease or leases thereof, also I give him that little woodvine

withouth the utter(outer) kitchen doore, and all tymber felled and all

such rafters and boords reede and billies which I have, and also in money

tenne pounds to bee paid within and also in money tenne pounds to bee

paid within two moneths after my decease. Item: To MY

DAUGHTER SUSAN DEANE I give that bedstead which is in the inner chamber

with its appurtennces, one skellet, a posnett, a great barrell, a side

saddle, a coffer in the inner chamber, a third part of all my wooll, the

CHAPPELL and YE WRITEINGS for holding thereof and in money seaventy three

pounds six shillings an eight pence to bee paid at the endo f six

months.Item To MY DAUGHTER ELEANOR DEANE I give and

bequeath that Cofer which is in the chamber of the kitching, a bed stead

also standing there and my best feathered furnished, a little brasse

pott, one of my greater barrells, a piltion and a third part of all my

wooll, and seaventie three pounds six shillings and eight pence in money

to bee paid at the end of six moneths after my decease.Item:

To MARGERIE STRONG MY DAUGHTER I give the least brasse pott of the three,

my best cauldron and tenne pounds in money to bee paid within one yeare

after my decease, and to HER SONNE and MY GRAND CHILD JOHN STRONG. I give

five pounds to be paid att the end of two yeares after my decease upon

sufficient discharge given to acquite my my executor

thereof.Item: To MY YOUNGEST DAUGHTER ELIZABETH I give and

bequeath a bedstead in the Low chamber, a featherbed furnished, a little

table boord over the entire, a coffer in the inner chamber, one of the

great barrells, the third part of my wooll and seaventie three pounds six

shillings and eight pence in money to bee paid at the end of six moneths

after my decease. And if any to whom an procon is hereby given

chance to dye before his her or their porcon or pocons bee due to bee

paid my will therein is that such their porcon or porcons be devyded

equallie betweene MY THREE YOUNGER SONNES JOHN, WALTER AND ISAAKE and my

FOWER DAUGHTERS, or betweene such of them as then bee

livieing.Lastly I hereby ordeine and appoynt WILLIAM DEANE

MY ELDEST SONNE to bee Executor of this my last will and testament, and

THOMAS LEGG SONNE OF THOMAS LEGG THE ELDER and MY SONNE THOMAS DEANE

Overseers hereof, and in consideracon thereof doe give to each of them

two shillings. By mee William Deane. And as touching the clause in the

latter end of the will that if any Legatee dye before his or her porcon

become due, the testator shewed that his meaneing therein is that if any

of his daughters chaunce to marry and doe happen being married to dye

that such her porcon shall then bee paid to the husband of such

daughter.hese being Witnesses: WILLIAM COGAN, THOMAS

LEGGE, THOMAS DEANE, JOHN GIBBS No. I.Proved October 21,

1634 of S. Chard, Somerset, EnglandNEHGR 1897, Vol 51

p.432

--Laurel Logan

Laurel Logan

August 19, 2008

from http://kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm

William DEANE - d. about 1634, South Chard, Somerset. Will dated Jul. 22, 1634 names his children and his grandson John STRONG. Son of Walter DEANE and Joan WALSELE.

 1. Joane - b. before 1597; bur. Dec. 14, 1621, Chard, Somerset.
 2. William - d. 1678, South Chard. Named eldest son in his father's will.
 3. Thomas - d. 1672. Married Jun. 10, 1629, Chard, Somerset Mary WARRY, daughter of John WARRY and Mary DEAN.
 4. John - b. about 1597; d. 1660, Taunton, Bristol Co., MA. Will dated Apr. 25, 1660. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother Walter. Married Alice. Children of John and Alice DEANE: John married Sarah EDSON; Thomas married Catherine STEPHENS (daughter of Thomas STEVENS, Jr., and granddaughter of Thomas STEVENS and Mary WALLE); Israel did not marry; Isaac married Hannah LEONARD; Nathaniel did not marry; and Elizabeth married Josiah EDSON.
 5. Margerie - d. about 1635, Dorchester, MA. First wife of Elder John STRONG.
 6. Isaacke - Married Oct. 12, 1636, Thornecombe, Devon Margerie SMITH.
 7. Susan - Mentioned in 1654 will of Anne HURT.
 8. Eleanor - Living in 1634.
 9. Walter - bap. May 13, 1612, St. Mary, Chard, Somerset; d. 1659, Taunton, MA. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother John. Married in 1637 at Taunton, MA Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN, granddaughter of Barnard COGAN, and great granddaughter of Robert COGAN. William COGAN may have married second the widow of John STRONG of Chard, Somerset. The Apr. 24, 1654 will (proved Jun. 23, 1655) of William COGAN, a tanner of South Chard, names two "daughters" named Eleanor: one being Eleanor COGAN, then unmarried, and the other being Eleanor DEANE, wife of Walter DEANE in New England. Children of Walter and Eleanor DEANE: Mary married Shadrack WILBORE (son John married Alice PITTS, daughter of Peter PITTS and Mary ANDREWS); Lydia married Bartholomew TIPPING; James married Sarah TISDALE; Ezra married Bethia EDSON; Benjamin married Sarah WILLIAMS; and Joseph married Mary TIPPING.
10. Elizabeth - Living in 1634. Called youngest daughter in her father's will. 

--Laurel Logan

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Walter Deane's Timeline

1540
1540
South Chard, Somersetshire, England
1565
November 12, 1565
Age 25
Buckland St. Mary, Somerset, ENGLAND
1568
1568
Age 28
Chard, Somerset, England
1578
1578
Age 38
Chard, Somersetshire, England, UK
1586
1586
Age 46
Chard, Somerset, England
1591
July 7, 1591
Age 51
South Chard, Somersetshire, England
1919
November 29, 1919
Age 51
1920
March 3, 1920
Age 51
1930
December 13, 1930
Age 51
December 24, 1930
Age 51