TERRY/MAYNARD Chart 0800

This is a Chart for Nicholas Terry, Elizabeth Pay, Mary (Morse) Moss and John Maynard

married (1)
30th September 1745
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent

(2) married(2)
6th June 1748
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent 

(1)married(1)
28th
October
1745
Monkton
Kent

2
ELIZABETH PAY
born about
1718
baptised
 27th July 1718
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
died about
May 1747
 “wife of Nicholas
of St Peter’s

buried  
17th May 1747
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent

 

1
NICHOLAS  TERRY

born about
1718
baptised 
23rd November 1718
as TERREY
St John
 Margate, Kent
died about
1793
Age 69
of
Decay
buried
20th January 1793
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent

 

3
MARY (MORSE) MOSS
born about
 
1720
St Peter
Kent
baptised
24th April
1720
St Peter
Kent
died about
1812
Ramsgate, Kent
Age 92
of
 Decay
widow of Nicholas
buried  
2nd February 1812
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent

4
JOHN MAYNARD
born about
1721
baptised
8th 
October
1721
St John
Margate
Kent
died about
November
1746
Margate, Kent
 buried
 30th November 1746
 St John the Baptist
 Margate, Kent



5
Mary
TERRY
born about
1746
baptised
30th March 1746
St Peter
Broadstairs, Kent

married
22nd January 1771
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
by Licence
George
STROUD


6
William
TERRY
born about
1749
baptised 
16th April 1749
St Peter
Broadstairs, Kent
died 
17th February 1833
Age 86

married(1)
22nd July 1773
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
Mercy HESTER
John HALES
Elizabeth JULL/
JELL/GELL

married(2)
12th October 1782
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
John CONSTABLE
 John HALES
Elizabeth 
CONSTABLE

7
John
TERRY

born about
1751
baptised
10th November 1751
St Peter
Broadstairs, Kent
(mother shown as 
Elizabeth)
died about
1832
Age 81

married
1st November 1777
St John
Margate, Kent
Ann
LACKET

 

8
Thomas
TERRY

born about
1754
baptised 
13th October 1754
St Peter
Broadstairs, Kent
died about
1818
Age 64

married(1)
25th July 1779
St John
Margate. Kent
Henry ROAF
Matth MUMMERY
Elizabeth
JOHNSON

married(2)
8th October 1786
St Peter
Broadstairs, Kent
Stephen SMALL Richard BUSBRIDGE
Sarah
RAMPELL

9
Nicholas
TERRY

born about
1757
baptised
24th April 1757
St Peter
Broadstairs, Kent
(mother shown as
Elizabeth)

died
18th December 1783
Age 26 Consumption
buried 
25th December 1783
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent

10
Elizabeth
TERRY

born about
1760
baptised
26th October 1760
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
died 
20th July 1781
Age 20 Decay
buried
29th July 1781
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent

 

 
  1. 1745, 1746, 1748 "of St Peter's"
    An amazing find on the 14th April 2010 I received a copy from an Allison of this will which she had in her possession, along with a marriage bond and the Will of William Terry below in Note 5
    This is the last Will of Nicholas Terry of the Parish of St Lawrence in the Isle of Thanet and County of Kent Husbandman In which I give to Mary my beloved wife all my real and personal Estate of what kind nature degree  or quality ??? that I may be possessed(4) of at this time of my decease whether in possession(5) or reversion and my meaning is that the same shall be wholly and solely at her own disposal and that her receipt shall be a sufficient discharge for the purchaser of the whole or any part of my estate and do make and appoint my said wife sole executrix of this my last will In witness whereof I the said Nicholas Terry have to this sheet of paper.
    Set my hand and seal this twenty second day of July in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight
    the mark of Nicholas Terry signed sealed published and declared by the said Nicholas Terry for and as his last will and testament in the presence of the said testators
    Elizabeth Baker
    Thomas Lindridge
    Jn Baker
    This is a marriage Bond for Nicholas Terry and Mary Maynard
    Know all men by their presents that I Nicholas Terry of the parish of St Peter in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent Husbandman am held and firmly bound unto Mary Maynard of St Lawrence late widow of John Maynard in the sum of one hundred and Sixty pounds of Lawful money of great Britain to be paid unto the said Mary Maynard or her certain Attorney Executors administrators or Assigns to which payment well and truly be made I bind myself, my heirs, Executors, Administrators firmly bu those presents Dated the twenty ninth day of May in the twenty first year of the reign of out Sovereign Lord George the Second over Great Britain King Defender of the faith and land in the year of our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and forty eight.
    Whereas a marriage is intended by the grace of God shortly to be had and solominized by and between Nicholas Terry of the one part and Mary Maynard ot the other part and Whereas it is agreed in Consideration of this marriage portion which he the Said Nicholas Terry is to receive with her the said Mary Maynard that in case the said marriage shall take Effect and be accomplished and the said Nicholas Terry shall Die and depart this life before her the said Mary Maynard that ??? the Heirs, Executors and Administrators of him the said Nicholas Terry should and would well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Mary Maynard the full sum of Eighty pounds of Lawfull money of England within three months next after such ??? ??? of him the said Nicholas Terry in full recompense and satisfaction of the Dower of her the said Mary Maynard of and in and unto the lands Tenements Goods and Chattels of him the said Nichols Terry. Now the Condition of the above written obligation is Such that in case the said Marriage shall take Effect and be accomplished and the said Nicholas Terry shall happen to Die and depart this Life before her the said Mary Maynard his intended Wife ?? if the heirs Executors and Administrators of him the said Nicholas Terry doe and shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Mary Maynard the full sum of eighty Pounds of Lawfull money of England to and for her own use and benefit within three months next after such the ??? of him the said Nicholas Terry as aforesaid without fraud or further delay that the above written obligation to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue.
    Signed sealed and delivered being first legally Stampt in the presence of us
    Roger Phillpott
    John Barber
    Nicholas Terry
    by his mark X
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  3. A Will was sent to me from Allison on 14th April 2010, I was not able to place it at the time, but we have just revised this chart on 3rd September 2013 and I believe this will is the will of the sister of this Mary TERRY. I have included it here as I do not, at the present time have enough information to go back another generation for Mary, if correct her sister Elizabeth married a SMITH but at the time of the will being written which I think was in 1801 which was between when Mary's husband Nicholas died in 1793  and 1812 when Mary died, Elizabeth was living with Mary and wrote the following will, she appears to have died in 1809, I have included it here because of the number of names mentioned in it:
    In the name of God Amen I Elizabeth Smith of Ramsgate in the County of Kent Shopkeeper being of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding praised be God, do make this my last WiIll and Testament in the manner following (that is to say) First I give and desire All that my Messuage of Tenement with the garden ground and appurtenances there unto belonging situate lying and being in the parish of Saint Laurence in the Isle of Thanet and County of Kent and now in the tenureor occupation of my Sister Mary Terry widow unto the said Mary Terry for an during the term of her natural life she keeping the same in good and tenantable repair and doing no Waste thereto or to any part thereof And from and after the decease of the said Mary Terry I give and devise the said Messuage or Tenement and premises unto and to the use of the Heirs and Assigns of the said Mary Terry for ever. And I also give and bequeath unto my said Sister Mary Terry the sum of fifty pounds of lawful money of Great Britan. Also I give unto my Cousins Thomas Minter William Minter Henry Minter Elizabeth Minter Martha Minter Sarah Minter Martha Terry Hannah Silk and Thos Lareman five pounds each Also I give and bequeath to my Sister Susanna Stoke the sum of one hundred pounds and to her four Children Mary Sarah Thomas and Henry the sum of tow guineas each Also I give and bequeath unto Mary Terry (now living with me) the sum of five pounds together with handsome mourning provided she be living with me at my decease and not otherwise And I give unto Hannah Griggs Martha Griggs and Jane Strivens one guinea each Also I give and bequeath unto Thon Smith Master of the free school at Ramsgate the sum of five pounds Also I give and bequeath the sum of three hundred pounds three per cent Consolidate Bank Annuiteas unto George Hooper and Elizabeth Hooper (the son and daughter if George Hooper late of Margate deceased) to be equally divided between them share and share alike And as to all the rest and residue of my goods Chattles moneys personal estate and effects whatsoever and wherever and of what nature kind or quality so ever and having or herby disposed of after and subject ot the payments of my debts legauces funeral expences and Other incident charges I give and bequeath the same Unto my Sisters Mary Terry and Susanna Stokes their Executers Administrators and Assigns and last I do herby revoke and make void all former Wills and Testaments do constitute and appoint Richard Kemp of Ramsgate aforesaid Gentlman and my Nephew Thomas Stokes Executors. In witness whereof I the said Elizabeth Smith the Testation have to this my last will and Testament set my hand and seal this the Thirtieth day of May one thousand Eight hundred and One - The Mark of Elizabeth Smith (LS) Signed sealed published and declared bythe said Elizabeth Smith the testatrio as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presance and in the presance of eeach other have hereunto subscribed our names as Witnesses Elizabeth Gibson Jnr Gibson C Everitt
    Proved at London 25th of February 1809 before the Judge by the oathes of Richard Kemp and Thomas Stokes the Nephew and Executor.
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  6. This is the last Will and Testament of me William Terry of Ramsgate in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent Yeoman First I Give and devise All that my Messuage or Tenement with the Outhouses Buildings Yard and Ground hereunto belonging with the Appurtenances situate lying and being in King Street in Ramsgate aforesaid and now in my own Occupation unto my Son Thomas Terry and his Assigns for and during the Term of his natural Life he my said Son keeping the same in Repair Subject to the Payment of six Pounds of lawful money a Year to my son William Terry and my Daughters Mary Danton Wife of Isaac Danton and Elizabeth Read Wife of George Read and their Assigns and after the Decease of my said Son Thomas Terry I Give and Devise all my said Messauage or Tenement with the Outhouses Buildings Yard and Ground thereunto belonging with the Appurtenances unto the Eldest Son of my said Thomas Terry his heirs and Assigns for ever on his keeping the same in good repair and subject to the Payment of the Yearly Rent of six Pounds of lawful money of Great Britain to my said son William Terry and my Daughters Mary Danton and Elizabeth Read and their Assigns, And as for and concerning all other my Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditaments and real Estate whatsoever and wheresoever with the Appurtenances I give and devise the same unto my Sons William Terry and Thomas Terry and my said Daughters Mary Danton and Elizabeth Read their heirs and Assigns equally between them Share and Share alike during their Lives And after the Decease of either or any of them I Give and Devise the Share or Shares of him or them equally between their respective Children Share and Share alike But it is my express Will and Desire that in case my said son William Terry shall die without leaving any Issue that his Share of and in my said Messuages Lands Tenement Hereditaments and real Estate with the Appurtenances shall be equally divided between my said Son Thomas Terry and my Daughters Mary Danton and Elizabeth Read their heirs and Assigns Share and Share alike And I give and bequeath all my Horses Carts carriages and Harnesses unto my said Son Thomas Terry to be delivered to him immediately after my Decease And as for and Concerning all the Residue of my Household Furniture Effects Goods Money Chattels and person Estate whatsoever I Give and bequeath the same unto my Sons William Terry and Thomas Terry and my daughters Mary Danton and Elizabeth Read equally between them Share and Share alike But it is my will and desire that in Case my said Daughter Mary Danton should at any time be Distressed for an House to live in that my said Daughter Mary Danton shall occupy and reside in my Messuage or Tenement with the Appurtenances situate at Hereson in the said Isle of Thanet and now in the occupation of Bentley and his Assigns paying to my said Sons William Terry Thomas Terry and my said Daughters Mary Danton and Elizabeth Read or their Assigns the yearly Rent or Sum of Four Pounds of lawful money of Great Britain And I do appoint Nicholas Spurgeon of Ramsgate aforesaid Butcher and my Kinsman William Minter of the same place Yeoman Executors of this my Will and do hereby revoke all former Wills by me made in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this twenty third day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen
    The Mark X of William Terry
    Signed and Sealed by the Testator William Terry and by him published and declare as his Last Will and Testament in the Presence of Us
    Wm Caister
    William Offen
    John D Lamkins
    Then an agreement for the sale of land
    Mr William Terry to Sawkins? Daring? 1807 October
    Drawing of our Copy Agreement between Mr Stephen Basset and you for the purchase by us of a Piece of Land with the Buildings thereon in Ramsgate and attending signing. 10s 6d
    Attending taking Instruction for Conveyance from Mr Stephen Basset and Trustee to you and a Trustee for you of the above Estate . Drawing Testament? Accordingly and engrossing same parchment and Duty and attending reading over and on the Executors £5 .5d
    Total £5 15 6
    26th Oct By Cash
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  9. Buried in the same grave.
  10. Buried in the same grave.

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