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George Bacon

Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Bacon and Anne Bacon Gosnold
Husband of Margaret Bacon
Father of Dorothy Gosnold

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About George Bacon

E131 GEORGE BACON, son of Thomas and Anne (Doggett) Bacon. Married. Children (Bacon):

  1. E131:1 Dorothy m. Anthony Gosnold
  2. other children


  • The New England Historical and Genealogical Register ..., Volume 57; Volume 1903 By New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff
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  • lists sons Francis, Edmond, George, John, son-in-law Robert Keene .... etc. Overseer: Nicholas Bacon,* attorney.
  • .... etc. Proved 30 June 1547 by John Adams, proctor for the Exors. named. P. C. C., Alen, 41.
  • Thomas Bacon, the above testator, married Anne, daughter of Richard Doggett of Groton in Suffolk, who after his death, married second, Robert Gosnold of Otley as his second wife (marriage settlements dated 10 October 1547), by whom she had no issue; but her granddaughter by her first marriage, through her son George Bacon, became wife of Anthony Gosnold of Grundisburgh, and mother of Bartholomew Gosnold. .... etc.
  • Will of JOHN BACON of Bury St. Edmondes, co. Suff., Gentilman. Dated 7 April 1559. To son George 900 li. .... etc. To my daughter Dorothy 200 li. to be paid on her day of marriage if she be then 16 years of age; ..... etc. To my daughter Boyes, my daughter Fostall and my said daughter Dorothy ... etc. If my son died before the age of 21, i give 200 marks to the marriage of one of my brother George's sons, .... etc., and all my apparel to my brothers George and Francis .... etc.
    • * Afterward Sir Nicholas Bacon, Knt. (1558-9), Lord Keeper of the Great Seal. See will of John Bacon (seq.) in 1559, son of this testator, who was first cousin of Sir Nicholas.
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  • .... etc. Exors: my son George, my brother George Bacon of Hessett, Gentilman, and .... etc. Overseer: Rt. Honourable Nicholas Bacon, Knt., Lord Keeper of the great seal of England. ... etc. Proved 10 May 1559 by George Bacon of Heggessett and Thomas Androwes, with power reserved, etc. P. C. C., Chaynay, 16.
  • Will of EDMUNDE BACON of Hedgesett, co. Suff., Gentilman. Dated 2 June 1553. To be buried in parish church of Hedgsett. ....etc. To wife Elizabeth my manor called Hedgsett Hall and my capital house where I dwell in, .... etc. To my eldest son John Bacon .... etc. for the fulfilment of which condition he shall give a bond to Robert Kene, my brother in law. .... etc. (my son John to have it if he will for 200 marks). My tenement lying in Thurstonne in the nether strete, in the occupation of one Chenery, shall remain the the hands of my executors, during the natural life of one Anne Gosnolde, my brother in law (sic--but see below), now the wife of Robert Gosnold of Otley, gentilman, for the payment of an annuity of 6 li., which I am bound to pay to the said Anne, to remain at her death to William Bacon, my son, to whom I give all the stock of sheep going upon the premises, and 4 marks yearly, during the life of Anne Gosnold, above named, my mother in law. .... etc. til my youngest son Fraunces Bacon be 21; .... etc. To my son Edmund Bacon 40 l. sterling .... etc. To John Bacon my sone, of Callys, 60 l. sterling. To Marie Futtmer my daughter 10 li. Res. Legatees and executors: my said brother in law Robert Kene and my eldest son John Bacon. Supervisor: George Bacon, my brother. .... etc. Proved 13 November 1553 by the executors named. P. C. C., Tashe, 20.


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