Thomas married first Julyan Tripplett on February 12, 1592 in Aylesbury, Buckingshire County, England. Thomas Hoare married secondly Elizabeth Hoare MNU after the death of his first wife.
Thomas Hoare and Julyan had seven children:
Will of Thomas Hoare 1626, of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire the xxxi th of January 1626
In the name of god Amen. I Thomas Hoare of Aylesbury in the county of bucks, cordwayner beinge sicke of body but of perficke rememboran(ce) thankes be to god for it I do ordaine this my last will and testament in mannoure and foarme following first I give and bequeath my soule into the handes of almighty god my Saviour and redeemer by whose mearitor I hope to be saved and my bodye to the grounde from whence it came to be buried in the churchyarde of Aylesbeary at the discreation of my executrix.
This will was proved in the peculiar of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, on 5 April, 1627 by Elizabeth Hoare widow and executrix.
Audrey Hoare arrived from England on the "Marmaduke" and was considered to be Ancient Planters.
It had been speculated that Adria was daughter of Edward Gurganey, but she was one of the maidens who arrived on the MARMADUKE in November 1621. There are two lists of maidens sent over to prospective husbands on that voyage. Both state that she was Audry Hoare, aged 19, born at Aylesbury, co. Bucks., her father being a shoemaker. (William Thorndale, "Maides for Virginia in 1621 as Described in the Ferrar Papers," THE VIRGINIA GENEALOGIST 39 :243-52, 250, 252; and Lyndon H. Hart, "Some Clues to the Wives of Virginia Residents at the Time of the Muster," THE MAGAZINE OF VIRGINIA GENEALOGY 34 :51-54.) Her age actually slightly exaggerated. "Audrey the daughter of Thomas Hoare [was bp. at Aylesbury] the xxvth day of August" 1604. Her father, Thomas Hoare, had married Julyan Tripplett at Aylesbury, 12 Feb. 1592/3. The will of her father, Thomas Hoare, cordwainer, of Aylesbury, was dated 31 Jan. 1626/7 and proved 5 April 1627 (Archdeaconry Court of Buckingham, original wills, 1627, no. 89 [FHL film #88,557]). The will includes the following important bequest: 'It'm I give to my daughter Awadrye xij d to be payde her when she doth demande it after my desease and allso to her daughter xij d'. This proved that Audrey's daughter Mary, who married Thomas Ligon, was born by 1626 [giving enough time for Audrey's father to be cognizant of it in England], and that Mary was not daughter of Thomas Harris with his 2nd wife Glenn Gohr (Harris-VA & Harris-UK-Essex list manager) 1/19/2003
"England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N2TD-M9N : accessed 10 Aug 2014), Thomas Hoare and Julyan Tripplett, 12 Feb 1592; citing Saint Mary,Aylesbury,Buckingham,England, reference ; FHL microfilm 919220.
Order of First Families of Virginia (original compiled by Annie Lash Jester) Title: Adventurers of Purse & Person Publication: Name: Fourth Edition, c. 2004, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, MD; Location: Brenda Reed's personal library
Virginia M. Meyer (1974-1981) & John Frederick Dorman (1981-1987) Title: Adventureres of Purse and Person Publication: Name: Order of First Families of Virginia, 1607-1624/5; 3rd Edition, 1987.; Location: Sutro Library, San Francisco
Archdeaconry Court of Buckingham, original wills, 1627, no. 89 [FHL film #88,557]).
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