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Richard Harlow

Biography

Richard Harlow/Harlew was born probably in London, England before 1500. He married Johan (Joanne?), Joan.

Johan, widow of Richard Harlow and subsequently wife of John Hardy, in her will pr. 1544 (P.C.C. 12, Pynnyng) directs that her executors shall pay “to Willyam Billingesley and Elizabeth, his wife, the daughter of my sonne, Willm. Harlow deceased whiles he lived citizen and grocer of London the two hundreth mcrcs sterling which John Hardy my laste husband charged me to pay." The will of the above Richard Harlow, grocer, was pr. 1505 (P.C.C. 41, Holgrave), and that of John Hardy, haberdasher, 1540 (P.C.C. 14, Alenger) [1]

Children

Richard Harlow and his wife Joan (Johan) had children:

  1. William Harlow (before 1500-will 1553) London, England. He had daughter Elizabeth Harlow who married William Billingsley

Death

He passed away in 1505. His wife then married John Hardy.

Will

Title: Will of Richard Harlywes, Grocer of London Item number: 2752087 Catalogue reference: PROB 11/14/698 The National Archives https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D972372

Sources

↑ Visitation of London, 1568: With Additional Pedigrees, 1569-90, the Arms of the City Companies, and a London Subsidy Roll, 1589; Publications of the Harleian Society; Volumes 109-110; Robert Cooke; Curators: Hugh Stanford London, Sophia Wyndham Bates Harbin Rawlins; Editor Harleian Society, 1963; original found at University of Michigan; 194 pages: Page 70


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