William was born in 1566 and shared his father's exile in Geneva. William first married an Alice __? He secondly Married Anne Anstye. (Austye, Anstyle)
His daughter Hannah married William Chandler, and the compiler of the Chandler manuscript in the British Museum was born of this marriage.
William had seven children.
82. WILLIAM FISKE (Robert, Simon, Simon, William, Symond), b. Laxfield, Eng., 1566, m. Anna Anstye, dau. of Walter, of Tibbenham, Long Row, in Norfolk. She d., and he m. 2d, Alice --. William is described as of St. James in South Elmham, and it said of him that he fled with his father for religion's sake.
125. i. JOHN, b. South Elmham, Eng.; m. Anne Lantersee.
126. ii. NATHANIEL, b. South Elmham, Eng.; m. Mrs. Alice (Hend) Leman.
127. iii. ELEAZER, b. South Elmham, Eng.; m. and settled in Norwich; had female issue only.
128. iv. EUNICE, b. South Elmham, Eng.; d. unm.
129. v. HANNAH, b. South Elmham, Eng.; m. May 4, 1603, William Candler. He was a school master at Tofford. Their son, Rev. Mathias Candler, was the author of the celebrated Candler manuscript on file in the British Museumn. Other children were John and Mary Candler.
130. vi. HESTER, b. South Elmham, Eng.; m. John Chalke, of Rednall, Eng.
131. vii. Mary, b. South Elmham, Eng.; m. Anthony Fisher, proprietor of Wignotte, County Suffolk, Eng. He d. Apr. 11, 1640.
Place: St James, South Elmham, Co. Kent, England
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Note: to (2) Alice ----
Note: b. Laxfield, 1566; m. Anne, daughter of Walter Anstye, of Tibenham Long Row, in Norfolk. She d., and he m. 2nd, Alice ---. William is described as of St. James in South Elmham, and it is said of him that he fled with his father for religion's sake. They had John, Nathaniel, and Eleazar, Eunice, Hannah, Esther, Mary, and Eunice died unmarried. Esther married John Challie or Chalke, of Red Hall; and Hannah, Wiliam Candler, and was the mother of the genealogist, the compiler of the Candler manuscript in the British Museum. Of the sons, Eleasar settled in Norwich, and had female issue only; Nathaniel was of Waybred, and had children who appear to have remained in England; but of the children of John, all that lived to grow up, four in number, trnasferred themselves to the new country. An old record says: "William fyske has liery of the manor and advowson of Hekingham, in county Norfolk, lately belonging to Robert Fyske, his father." His will is dated Nov. 25, 1616, and was proved May 17, 1620. He was of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk. The will mentions now wife Alice. To the poor of Ditchingham and Bungay. To his eldest son John, lands in St. James, South Elmham; grandchildren Matthias, John, and Mary Candler; grandchildren John, Anne, Martha, Nathaniel, and Eleazar Fiske, all under twenty-one; daughter Anne Candler. To son John lands in Metfield, he paying to his brothers Nathaniel, and Eleazar and sister Esther six score pounds Appoints his son John executor. He d. May 17, 1620; res. St. James, South Elmham, Suffolk, and Ditchingham, Norfolk.
Note: `Residence, St. James, South Elmham; married Ann Anstye, daughter of Walter, of Tibbenham, Long Row, in Norfolk. She died and he married a second time, Alice ______.
`It is recorded that he fled with his father for religious sake.......An old record lists him as William Fyske. Some descendants being another branch of the family, stil use this spelling of the name -- Fyske. (See Fiske Family Papers S.S. 71)'
Note: 'William Fiske, of St. James, South Elmham, co. Suffolk, and of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk, the testator of 25 Nov. 1616 (Will No. 59a), born probably about 1550, died between 25 Nov. 1616 and 17 May 1620, when his will wasx proved. He married first Anna Austye, who was buried at St. James 13 Feb. 1600/1, daughter of Walter Austy of Tibbenham, co. Norfolk (Candler Manuscripts); and secondly Alice ----, described in her husband's will of 25 Nov. 1616 as his 'now' wife.
'According to the Candler Manuscripts William Fiske 'fled with his father in Q. Maries dayes.' He was a churchwarden in th eparish of St. James in 1601.
'In his will he styled himself of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk, bequeathed to the poor of Ditchingham and of Bungay [co. Suffolk], and left to his eldest son, John, lands in St. James, South Elmham, and in Metfield, co. Suffolk, the said John paying to his brothers Nathaniel and Eleazar and to his sister Esther sixscore pounds. The testator mentioned also his grandchildren Matthias, John, and Mary Candler, his grand-children John, Anne, Martha, Nathaniel, and Eleazar Fiske - all under twenty-one, and his daughter Anne Candler. He appointed his son John executor.'
Note: William, son of Robert and Sybil Fiske, married Anne, daughter of William austye for his first wife, by whom had three sons, John, Nathaniel, and Eleazer; and three daughters, one of which was Hannah, who married William Chandler, by whom had a son who was the Rev. Matthias Candler, auther of the manuscript numbered 6,071 of the Harleian Collection in the British Museum. He died, 1623, in Dutchingham, Norfolk.
Note: '59a. The Will of William Fiske of Ditchingham, co. Norfolk, dated 25 November 1616. The testator bequeaths to the poor of Ditchingham and of Bungay [co. Suffolk], mentions his now wife, Alice, and gives tol his eldest son, John, lands in St. James, South Elmham, and in Metfield [both parishes being in co. Suffolk], the said John paying to his brothers Nathaniel and Eleazar and to his siter Esther sixscore pounds. The testator also mentions his grandchildren Matthias, John, and Mary Candler, his grandchildren John, Anne, Martha, Nathaniel, and Eleazar Fiske, all under twenty-one, and his daughter Anne Candler. Executor: testator's son John. Proved 17 May 1620. (Cf. The Fiske Family Papers, p.71)'
↑ Fiske and Fisk family : being the record of the descendants of Symond Fiske, lord of the manor of Stadhaugh, Suffolk County, England, from the time of Henry IV to date, including all the American members of the family (1896) https://archive.org/details/fiskefiskfamilyb00pier p.46
Source: S457 Title: Fiske and Fiske Family - Being the record of the descendants of Symond Fiske, lord of the manor of Stadhaugh, Suffolk County, England, from the time of Henry IV to date, including all the American members of the family Abbreviation: Fiske & Fiske Family Author: Pierce, Frederick Clifton Publication: self published, Chicago, IL, 1896 Repository: #R9
Repository: R9 Name: Library of Michigan Address: City: Lansing State: MI
Source: S515 Title: Fiske Family Papers, Series: Private Abbreviation: Fiske Family Papers Author: Ffisk, Henry Publication: Fletcher and Son, Ltd., Castle Works, Norwich, 1902 Repository: #R18 Call Number: 929.2 F54501F
Repository: R18 Name: Allen County Public Library Address: City: Ft Wayne State: IN
Source: S54 Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register Abbreviation: NEHGR Publication: Boston, MA
Source: S62 Title: Essex Institute Historical Collections Abbreviation: Essex Institute Author: Essex Institute Publication: Salem, MA, various
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