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Judith (Whitbred) Poultner (1591 - 1626)

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Judith Poultner formerly Whitbred
Born in Upper Gravenhurst, Bedfordshire, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Uppergravenhurst, Bedford, Engmap
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Biography

Judith Whitbred, was christened on 6 Jun 1591 in Upper Gravenhurst, Bedfordshire, England. Judith married Richard POULTER on 23 Jul 1626 in Upper Gravenhurst, Bedfordshire, England. [1]

Name

Judith Whitbred.

Baptized

Christening:
Date: 6 Jun 1591
Place: Upper Gravenhurst, Bedfordshire, England.
Judith Whitbred
England Births and Christenings
Name Judith Whitbred
Gender Female
Christening Date 06 Jun 1591
Christening Date (Original) 06 JUN 1591
Christening Place UPPER GRAVENHURST,BEDFORD,ENGLAND[2]

Family

Judith married Richard POULTER on 23 Jul 1626 in Upper Gravenhurst, Bedfordshire, England.

Notes

"The last will and testmt, of Ellenor Whitebread of Elstowe deceased, uttered by her in her life time and since her death put into writings as followeth. The said Ellenor Whitebread beinge of pfect memorie did in the prsence of William Whitebread and Henrye Whitebread utter her minds touchings the disposing of her worldlie goods as followeth vizt. Imprimis she gave unto Willia' Whitebread her eldest sonne her silver measure and after his decease to his eldest sonne Henery Whitebread and after his decease to his eldest sonne Willia' for to be a standard for ever unto the heire of the Whitebreads. It' she gave unto Willia' Whitebread her godsone a silver spoone. It' she gave unti Henery Whitebread her goddaughter his sister a silver spoone and a porridgpot. It' she gave unto Willia' Spencer a silver spoone beinge my godsonne. It' she gave unto Ellenor Whitebread her goddaughter unto John Whitebread a silver spoone & a porridgpot. It' she gave unto Ellenor Chapman her godaughter (sic) a porrigpott if ever she do come for it. It' she gave unto John Whitebread her godsonne a silver spoone. It' she gave unto Thomas Spencere xlvj s. viij d. It' she willed her sonne John Whitebread to pay all her debts and to be her Executor."

No signatures or date

Probate: 18th April to Executor named. Source: Copy of the Will of Ellenor Whitbred of Elstow 1629, Bedord Archdeaconry Court, 1628/9, No. 122. Ellenor’s eldest son William in 1639 styled himself a gentelman. The recorded marriage of Alice Whitbread in 1600 to Gerard Spencer, the known baptisms of her Spencer children, and the fact that two of them, William and Thomas received legacies in Eleanor's will, one of them being her godson, insures that Alice belongs to the family of John and Eleanor Whitbread. William Whitbred and Gerrard Spencer sold to John Whitbread 11 messuages, 1 pigeon house, 11 gardens, 11 orchards, 200 acres arable, 200 acres meadow, and 60 acres pasture, in Shillington, Over Gravenest, Nether Gravenest, Flitton, Silsoe, Elstoe, Kempston, and Stotfolde, Easter, 9 James I 1611. Feet of Fines for Beds. P.R.O., CP. 25, 2, 270.

The children above listed, William, Henry, Alice and John are positively proved as belonging to John and Eleanor. The children of John , probably all born in Upper Gravenhurst, were:

i. Elizabeth (3), bapt. 28 Sept. 1571;
ii. William, b: (1573); m. Elizabeth.
iii. Henry, bapt. 9 Jan 1575/6; m. Elizabeth Leventhorpe
iv. Alice, b. (1578) m. 10 Nov 1600, Gerard Spencer (supra, 27:84).

Four of her sons came to New England and all left descendants.

v. Francis, bapt. 30 Apr 1581; no further record. vi. John, bapt. 8 Nov 1584; m. Mary Newman
vii. Judith, bapt. 6 June 1591; m. 23 July 1626, Richard Poulter.

"The last will and testmt, of Ellenor Whitebread of Elstowe deceased, uttered by her in her life time and since her death put into writings as followeth. The said Ellenor Whitebread beinge of pfect memorie did in the prsence of William Whitebread and Henrye Whitebread utter her minds touchings the disposing of her worldlie goods as followeth vizt. Imprimis she gave unto Willia' Whitebread her eldest sonne her silver measure and after his decease to his eldest sonne Henery Whitebread and after his decease to his eldest sonne Willia' for to be a standard for ever unto the heire of the Whitebreads. It' she gave unto Willia' Whitebread her godsone a silver spoone. It' she gave unti Henery Whitebread her godsonne a silver spoone and unto Ellenor Whitebread her goddaughter his sister a silver spoone and a porridgpot. It' she gave unto Willia' Spencer a silver spoone beinge my godsonne. It' she gave unto Ellenor Whitebread her goddaughter unto John Whitebread a silver spoone & a porridgpot. It' she gave unto Ellenor Chapman her godaughter (sic) a porrigpott if ever she do come for it. It' she gave unto John Whitebread her godsonne a silver spoone. It' she gave unto Thomas Spencere xlvj s. viij d. It' she willed her sonne John Whitebread to pay all her debts and to be her Executor." No signatures or date Probate: 18th April to Executor named. Source: Copy of the Will of Ellenor Whitbred of Elstow 1629, Bedord Archdeaconry Court, 1628/9, No. 122. Ellenor’s eldest son William in 1639 styled himself a gentelman. The recorded marriage of Alice Whitbread in 1600 to Gerard Spencer, the known baptisms of her Spencer children, and the fact that two of them, William and Thomas received legacies in Eleanor's will, one of them being her godson, insures that Alice belongs to the family of John and Eleanor Whitbread. William Whitbred and Gerrard Spencer sold to John Whitbread 11 messuages, 1 pigeon house, 11 gardens, 11 orchards, 200 acres arable, 200 acres meadow, and 60 acres pasture, in Shillington, Over Gravenest, Nether Gravenest, Flitton, Silsoe, Elstoe, Kempston, and Stotfolde, Easter, 9 James I 1611. Feet of Fines for Beds. P.R.O., CP. 25, 2, 270.

The children above listed, William, Henry, Alice and John are positively proved as belonging to John and Eleanor. The children of John , probably all born in Upper Gravenhurst, were: i. Elizabeth (3), bapt. 28 Sept. 1571; ii. William, b: (1573); m. Elizabeth. iii. Henry, bapt. 9 Jan 1575/6; m. Elizabeth Leventhorpe iv. Alice, b. (1578) m. 10 Nov 1600, Gerard Spencer (supra, 27:84). Four of her sons came to New England and all left descendants. v. Francis, bapt. 30 Apr 1581; no further record. vi. John, bapt. 8 Nov 1584; m. Mary Newman vii. Judith, bapt. 6 June 1591; m. 23 July 1626, Richard Poulter.

Source: Copy of the Will of Ellenor Whitbred of Elstow 1629, Bedord Archdeaconry Court, 1628/9, No. 122. Source: The American Genealogist, Whole Number 127, Vol 32, Nr.3, July 1956.

Ancestral File Number

Ancestral File Number: 8JRH-5N

Sources

Pitkin genealogy : ancestry and descendants of Martin Van Buren Pitkin and his wife Jane Syllima Miles, Vol. 2 Pitkin, R. S. (Ray Sanford), 1915-2005 p.94

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/RADCLIFFE1.htm#Eleonor

  1. Entered by Michael Lechner, Feb 17, 2012
  2. https://familysearch.org/search/record/results#count=20&query=%2Bgivenname%3AJudith~%20%2Bsurname%3AWhitbred~%20%2Bbirth_place%3A%22Upper%20Gravenhurst%2C%20Bedfordshire%2C%20England%22~%20%2Bdeath_place%3A%22Uppergravenhurst%2C%20Bedford%2C%20Eng%22~%20%2Bfather_givenname%3AJohn~%20%2Bfather_surname%3AWhitbred~%20%2Bmother_givenname%3AEleanor~%20%2Bmother_surname%3AHill~%20%2Bspouse_givenname%3ARichard~%20%2Bspouse_surname%3APoultner~%20%2Bbirth_year%3A1589-1593~%20%2Bdeath_year%3A1624-1628~

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