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  • Joseph Waite, Rector of Sproughton, Suffolk.
  • Tomb at Sproughton: "Behold I come, Rev. Xvi. 15 --- I. WAITE".
  • Will: 1669-06-07 Proved: 1671-09-11. Joseph Waite of Sproughton in the County of Suffolk, clerk, Will: 1669-06-07, Proved: 1671-09-11. To my dear and honored mother Mistress Judith Laurence ten pounds to be paid within one year after my decease. To my loved sister Mary Laurence forty pounds at day of her marriage or within one whole year after the same. The rest of my house and lands, goods and chattels &c. to my dearly beloved wife Margaret, the house and lands in Framlingham for and during her natural life and after her decease to my cousin Master Samuel Golty of Ipswich clerk and to my loving brother Master Thomas Whiting of Hadleigh, draper, as trustees. This house and land which cost me in purchase five hundred and three score and five pounds is to be sold and the proceeds divided by even and equal portions to each of my natural brothers and sisters then surviving in old England or in New, or to the heirs of each of them. Five pounds apiece to my executors. Wife Margaret to be sole executrix. Witness: John Richardson, John Livermer.
  • Margaret Waite of Ipswich, widow, Will: 1675-04-01, Proved: 1675-08-05. To my mother, Mrs. Judith Lawrence, twenty pounds, and to my sister Mary Lawrence eighty pounds. To my nephew Lawrence Smyth one hundred pounds. To my brother Mr. Samuel Smyth of London five pounds. To my other three brothers, Mr. Robert Howe, Mr. Thomas Whitinge and Mr. John Whitinge, five pounds apiece. To my cousin Thomas Lawrence in Bedfordshire five pounds. To Mrs. Margaret Huthinson of Lee near London and her sister Mrs. Sarah Reed in Lincolnshire five pounds apiece. To my niece Sarah Lungley of Milford ten pounds at one and twenty. Also I geve to soe many of the brothers and sisters of my dear husband as shalbe livinge att my decease in old England or new the sume of forty shillinges apeece to buy them somethinge for a small remembrance of me, and to my cousin Joseph Wait, Hellen Aldus and Mary Wait, to each of them five poundes. To my good friends Mr. Samuel Golty and Mr. Benjamin Browning of Ipswich five pounds apiece. To Mary, wife of Robert Goodrich of Woodbridge and Elizabeth, wife of John Cope of Ipswich forty shillings apiece. To the widow Raymond of St. Peter's parish, Ipswich, twenty shillings. To Mrs. Raymond and her daughter Russell forty shillings. To eight ministers (named) - servants named. To Samuel Greene of St. Clement's and his wife. My executors to be Mr. Samuel Golty of Ipswich and Mr. Thomas Whitinge of Hadleigh.
  • In a codicil made 1675-05-25 she calls herself widow and relict of Joseph Waite of Sproughton, clerk, and refers to a judgment obtained in Town Court of Colchester against William Stockton of Ipswich, gent., in the sum of two hundred pounds in the hands of John Truelove of Sproughton; assigned and set over unto Richard Truelove of Sproughton, gent. The said Richard Truelove is appointed executor as to it.
  • Joseph Waite, whose will and that of his wife Margaret are here given, was a brother of John Waite who settled at Maiden, Mass., and of Mary, wife of Robert Lord of Ipswich, Mass. See a letter of their sister, Mrs. Susan Redington, in the Register, vol. 31, p. 161. See also Register, vol. 32, pp. 188-96; vol. 41, p. 283. - Editor.)[1][1]
  • A Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward, A.M. by John Dean. (Pg. 129).[2][2]

  • Richard Golty, Rector of Framlingham, Suffolk, (1604-1678).
  • 1678-05-27: Here rests ye body of Rich. Golty, Rector of this Church, Ob. May 27. A° Dmi. 1678 aet 74. (Buried inside Church, Framlingham, Suffolk).
  • Mr. Goltie, and he refusing the engagement tendered him, his living at Framlingham was sequestred from him, and hereafter he resided and preached at Ashbocking. (Note: But later found back at Framlingham).
  • Golty and Stistead. Indenture made 1659-09-10, between (1) Richard Goltie of Ashbocking, co. Suffolk, clerk, and Samuel Goltie his eldest son, and (2) Lawrence Stistead of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, clothier. In consideration of an intended marriage between Samuel Goltie and Elizabeth Piper, daughter-in-law of Lawrence Stistead, Richard and Samuel Goltie are seized of the messuage known as 'Golties' in Ashbocking, to the use of the said Samuel and Elizabeth and their heirs, subject to rent charge to Richard Goltie and Deborah his wife. Signature of Lau : Stistead. Witnesses : Thos : Milton, Jo : Ballard, Thomas Thurston. Counterpart of the same with the signatures of Ric : Golty, Sam : Golty.
  • Richard Golty of Ashbocking, Suffolk, clerk ; living 1659-09-10, m. Deborah, living 10-09-1659. ... Piper. 1st husband (Father of Elizabeth Piper). Lawrence Stistead of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, clothier ; living 10-09-1659. 2nd husband.
  • Samuel Golty (eldest son) m. Elizabeth Piper. Marriage Settlements dated 10-09-1659.[4][4]
  • NOTE: An unknown woman married __ Piper, they had a daughter Elizabeth Piper, the unknown woman's husband __ Piper died before 1659, she then married Lawrence Stisted. Elizabeth Piper is now daughter-in-law (step daughter) to Lawrence Stistead.
  • Dr. Dove held this living in commendam with his Bishopric, and Richard Golty officiated as his curate, from 1624 to the time of his death; when Mr. Golty was instituted to this rectory, upon the presentation of Theophilus Howard, Earl of Suffolk. Byce furnishes the following account of this much persecuted individual: 'Richard Goltie, Master of Artes, late rector of Framlingham, married Deborah, daughter of Samuel Ward, Towne preacher of Ipswich. His grandfather came from Callice, in France, and was afterwards of Ipswich. His estate worth £2,000. At the time when the engagement was pressed to be true and faithful to the commonwealth of England, as then established, and many able men were removed out of their places for not subscribing it, some sectaries articled against Mr. Goltie, and he revising the engagement tendered him, his living at Framlingham was sequestred from him, and hereafter he resided and preached at Ashbocking'. This was in 1650, when he was ejected ; in 1660, Mr. Golty was restored, and continued rector until his death, in 1678. He was succeeded by Nathaniel Coga, D.D., Master of Pembroke Hall, and in 1681, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. Dr. Coga was the first incumbent presented by the Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Pembroke Hall.[5]

  • A Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward, A.M. by John Dean. (Pg. 125).[6][5]
  • GOLTY, RICHARD. Matric. pens. from Pembroke, Easter, 1613. S. of Edmund, of Ipswich. B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619. R. of Framlingham, Suffolk, 1626-43 and 1660-78. Married Deborah, dau. of Samuel Ward, town preacher of Ipswich. Died 1678. Father of Richard (1671).[7][6]
  • CCEd (9026).[8][7]
  • CCEd (135456). By 1624-04-23, Richard Golty was already licensed to preach by the archbishop of Canterbury before his institution to this parish (Framlingham). In 1662, he is Rector in Framlingham.[9][8][10][9]
  • Hearth Tax (1674) Framlingham: Richard Goulty (HT7). Also enumerated together are Widow Mardicke and Jo. Markham sen. (HT2).[11][12]
  • Probably not this Richard Golty (bn:1604):
  • Mr. Golty: 1619: Ordained Priest. 1621-24: Clerk of Winwick, Lancashire.[13][10]
  • 1622: Mr. Golty, Lecturer at Winwick, Lancashire.[14][11]

  • Richard Golty, Rector of Dennington.
  • GOLTY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 29, 1671. S. of Richard (1613), R. of Framlingham, Suffolk (and Deborah). School, Woodbridge. Matric. 1671; B.A. 1674-5; M.A. 1678. Fellow, 1676-81. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 24, 1676; priest, Dec. 1679. R. of Dennington, Suffolk, until 1723. R. of Hutton, Essex. Author, Sermon, 1688. Buried Mar. 25, 1723. Father of Richard (1707) and Samuel (1702).[15][12]

  • Richard Golty, Rector of Dennington, Suffolk.
  • GOLTY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, July 1, 1707. S. of Richard (above), R. of Dennington, Suffolk. Matric. 1708; B.A. 1711-2; M.A. 1715. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May, 1713; priest, Dec 1714. R. of Belstead, Suffolk, 1720. R. of Boyton, 1721. Brother of Samuel (1702).[16][13]

  • Samuel Golty, Rector of Dennington, Suffolk.
  • GOLTY, SAMUEL Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 6, 1702. 1st s. of Richard (1671), R. of Dennington, Suffolk. B. there, May 4, 1684. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric 1702-3; B.A. 1705-6; M.A. from Pembroke, 1709. Fellow of Pembroke, 1710. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 30, 1708; priest (Ely) Sept. 25, 1709. Died Dec 8, 1718. Buried at Northfleet, Kent. M.I. there. (Robinson, 1. 341).

  • John Golty, Gentleman of Framlingham, Suffolk.
  • Will of John Golty, Gentleman of Framlingham, Suffolk. Will: 1669-10-25 Proved: 1671-10-20. PROB 11/337/291. National Archives, Kew.[17][14]
  • Inscription inside Church, Framlingham, Suffolk: 'Here lye the Body of John Golty, and Rachel, his wife. Hee died ye 22 of Oct., 1669. Shee (died) ye 9 of Decem., 1662'.

  1. Genealogical Gleanings in England by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters. (Parts I-xxiii,xxv; Volume 1; Pg. 90).
  2. A Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward, A.M. by John Dean. (Pg. 129).
  3. Genealogical Gleanings in England by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters. (Parts I-xxiii,xxv; Volume 1; Pg. 90).
  4. Fragmenta Genealogica (Vol. XI. Pg. 89) by Frederick Arthur Crisp, 1906.
  5. A Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward, A.M. by John Dean.
  6. Alumni Cantabrigienses (Volume 1, Pg. 231) by John Venn.
  7. The Clergy Database (CCEd): 9026.
  8. The Clergy Database (CCEd): 135456.
  9. The Clergy Database (CCEd): 23431.
  10. Alumni Cantabrigienses (Pg. 524).
  11. CCEd (173763).
  12. Alumni Cantabrigienses (Volume 1, Pg. 231) by John Venn.
  13. Alumni Cantabrigienses (Volume 1, Pg. 231) by John Venn.
  14. PROB 11/337/291. National Archives, Kew.
  15. Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters. Genealogical Gleanings in England. (Parts I-xxiii,xxv; Volume 1; Pg. 89).
  16. Markham of Earls Colne, Essex, England.
  17. Daniel Collins, Merchant of Broad Street, London.
  18. References.

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