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William Isaac Scarborough, II

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Hosier Lane London
Death: Died in London, London, England
Place of Burial: Burnhill Field, London
Immediate Family:

Son of William Scarborough, I
Husband of Agnes Scarborough
Father of James Scarborough; Timothy Scarborough; Robert Scarborough; Hugh Scarborough; William Scarborough, III and 4 others

Managed by: Casey Leigh Dukes
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About William Isaac Scarborough, II

AKA William (SR) Skafborowe or , Scarbuffowe,

Ronnie Lee Scarbro

"Hello Cousin:
     I have been reading your messages from the Scarborough Mailing

List. I descend from Robert Scarborough born 1708 a son of John & Mary

Pierson Scarborough II. Isaac Scarborough born 1560 John born 1620 is

old news for our line. I will list below the correct line proven by

Marilyn Winton from microfilms at the Woburn Parish in London, England.

It seems that Mary Pierson was not married to a Farr as first thought by

many researchers!!

Cuz, Ron

William Scarborough I born CA 1560

William Scarborough II born 1599

John Scarborough I born 1639

John Scarborough II born 1667

William Scarborough I named all his children in his will. His first son

was named William born April 1582 but died at a young age May 1595 &

named his last son William also born Nov 1599 that married Agnes King.

William was born about 1560. Most researches claim Isaac Scarborough is

the progenitor

of our line, however there is no proof of this claim which is based on

the "story" that John

Scarborough born 1667 brought a chest to America which bore the initials

"I.S" in brass

nails on its lid and the fact that the same name "Isaac" is so commly

used in our line. There

is also said to be letters from John in Pennsylvania, History; soc.,

Archives which mention

Isaac. It seems also that John was used more than Isaac. Marilyn L.

Winton, a

Scarborough researcher points out that "J" and "I" were formed the same,

in Old English.

The proof that William and Agnes Farr Scarborough are our ancestors

appeared in the

"Scarborough/Haworth" newsletter in 1994 and in August, 1996. Records

were examined

by Marilyn L. Winton on microfilm in Bedforshire, England, of Wolburn

parish records

1558-1653. Microfilm record was # P18/1/1. I have one source that says

William was the

son of John Scarborough born about 1520. I am not sure if this

information was on the

microfilm records concerning William that was examined by Mrs. Winton.

      William name was spelled "Skarborowe" in his Will , 29th August

of 1616. The words

in the will were badly mispelled which was written by Peter King,

probably some relation

to William's daughter-in-law, Agnes King Scarborough. This is his will

as translated by

Marliyn L Winton from microfilm ASP/W 1616/86 at the Bedfordshire Record

Office,

County Hall, Bedford, England.

      In the name of God I WILLIAM SKARBOROWE of Woborne beinge sicke

in bodie

but in perfecte memory. Thankes be to god do ordayne and make this my

laste will and

testament this XXIXth of Auguste in the yeare of oure lord one thousand

sixe hundrethd

(sic) and xvi to the manor and forme as folowes-

Firste I bequeth my soule unto god who gave it hopping to be saved by

the--ith of my lord

and saveoure Jesus christe and my bodie to the grounde from whence it

came to be buried

in the parish churche yearde nere to the place where my wife is buried.

Imprimis: I do geve and bequeathe to my eldeste sone GEORGE SKARBOROWE

to be

paid withein 3 mongth the nexte after the day of my deathe unto him X

lb.

Item: I do geve and bequeathe unto ALIS HUCKELE my dawghter for the tyme

of hir

naturall life a litle howse, part of my coppie and called a milke howse

which I do reserve for

hir charge in that place, and to Ales a litle booksyde (plot), in

bredthe no farder towards the

howse then the s...de by that windowe of the milke howse & sekange to

the Henell (?)

post(t?) payinge yearlie at muchelmas to WILLIAM SKARBOROWE and ROBARTE

SKARBOROWE the copiehowlders hir brothers fowre pence a yeare, I geve

and

bequeathe to TYMOTHIE SKARBOROWE and to Ales my dawghter for them (two)

joyntlye together all my goods and howeshould stuffe whatsoever to enter

upon the varie

day of my death, provided that owt of theis goods withein dore and withr

owte of my

household stuffe GEORGE his X lb shallbe payd and all those charges

belonginge to my

buriall, no waste made to the copie for I meand the glase in the hovell

(?) and the cowe

howse to be cont---and where as I nowe have a lease for lives from the

Right honourable

earle and cowntis of bedfor(d) and also a copie for yeares, this lease I

do assinge over unto

my ii younger sones ROBARTE & WILLIAM. Also I do surrender my copie

accordinge

to the custom for theis ii ROBARTE and WILLIAM. But before they have and

benefit owt

of that they shallbe lette rented till X be mak(e) of that the------Ten

pounds of good and

lawfull money of Ingland.

I do geve and bequeathe to ANES SKARBOROWE my yongest dawghter to be

paid

unto my dawghter ANES SKARBOROWE in so shorte space as the rent of the

lease

(blot) to Rent of the Copie maye yeld, the lord---paid owt---ded.

I---heve appointe and put in truste JOHN KAY for to lette and setle this

copie and the

lease till that X of my dawghters be paid out, and beinge so much made

of that the

Repairs---&---kepte uphowlden and mainteyned and the earls dues paid,

JON KAY to

accounte Justly and to deliver the X for hir use or to take good

secritie where it is to be

delivered withe hir consente and likings and profitte for it if she have

it not to hir owne

proper use.

Lastly after this X beinge Paid over of the copie and the lease for my

dawghter ANES

SKARBORWE I do geve bothe. This copie & the lease save the milke howse

and the litle

plotte of ground Reserved, unto my sone WILLIAM SCARBORWE and my sone

ROBARTE SCARBOROWE Joyntly together & to theire heires & these ii my

sone I do

make my executors.

Signed

WILLIAM SCARBORWE

Peter King writer and witnasse

    It appears that administration of the will was given to William

Huckell (son-in-law,

husband of the daughter Alice) due to the minority of Robert and William

Scarborowe.

(Robert was 18 and William 16, almsot 17, in the year 1616.)

Note: the"ii" was used by the writer instead of the word "two". The

spelling and grammar

skills of the writer Peter King, were not outstanding, but there were

perhaps no one else

available at a short notice.

AKA William John Scarborough

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William Isaac Scarborough, II's Timeline

1560
January 28, 1560
Hosier Lane London
1584
July 8, 1584
Age 24
Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
1586
July 1586
Age 26
Woburn, Bedforshire, England
October 21, 1586
Age 26
Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
1589
April 25, 1589
Age 29
Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
1592
April 5, 1592
Age 32
Woburn, Bedforshire, England
1594
August 25, 1594
Age 34
Woburn, Bedfordshire, England
1596
January 23, 1596
Age 35
Woburn, Bedforshire, England
1597
1597
Age 36
London, England
1598
1598
Age 37
London, London, England