Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
NameElizabeth CLARKE, 459
Birth1657
FatherGeorge CLARKE , 11394
MotherElizabeth PALMER , 11395
Spouses
Birth1652
Death1686
FatherSir John TREVOR III , 460 (1626-1672)
MotherRuth HAMPDEN , 464 (1628-1687)
Marriage1679
ChildrenJohn Morley , 456 (1681-1719)
 Arabella , 1962 (1690-1734)
 Lucy , 10956 (1680-1706)
 Elizabeth , 10957 (1678-)
 Thomas , 11396 (1684-1707)
Birth1653
Death1679
FatherCol Harbert or Herbert MORLEY MP , 1965 (1615-1667)
MotherMary TREVOR , 1964 (1626-1656)
Marriage1671
ChildrenAnna , 11397 (-1679)
Notes for Elizabeth CLARKE

See Document at East Sussex Record office:

Folder icon Inspeximus (Letters Patent) of proceedings in Chancery, Elizabeth Trevor, wid., and Thomas Trevor, Elizabeth Trevor and Arabella Trevor, infants, her younger children, pl., v. John Morley Trevor, infant, her younger son, by his Guardian. GLY/822 31 May 1689

Seal: on red and white silk cords, natural wax, Great Seal of William and Mary, good impression.

Contents:
Bill of plaintiffs, recites that John Trevor, esq., dec'd., was seised expectant on the death of Lady Ruth Trevor of Trevallin House and all lands in jointure, worth £400 a year.
Recites will of John Trevor, 25 September 1686, whereby
He devised all the jointure lands to w. Elizabeth after the death of his mother Ruth Trevor.
£600 to sister Elizabeth Trevor at age 21 or on marriage.
£300 to bro. Edward Trevor, at age 21 or when his apprenticeship ends. These legacies to be raised out of the jointure lands.
If legacies become payable before a bond in £800 to John Spence is payable then his executrix is to retain the legacies until the bond is paid.
He charged the reversion of his estate in Wales with legacies of £2,000 to s. Thomas at 21 and £2,000 to s. William at 21 and £2,000 to any child that his wife may be bearing at his death.
If a daughter be provided for by the descent of lands in Sussex then their legacies shall cease.
Devises to his heir the reversion of his estate in Wales and Sussex provided he pays the legacies.
Appoints his wife as executrix.
Small bequests to poor of various parishes. £5 to the minister of Glydne.
Witnesses: Thomas Alegood, Elizabeth Palmer, Walter Brett, Alan Carr.
The plaintiffs state that Ruth Trevor has lately died and that Elizabeth Trevor has entered into her estate, John Morley Trevor, eldest son of John Trevor, being ill advised has tried to prevent his mother from obtaining the jointure lands and paying the legacies and has contested the validity of the will.
Recites writ of dedimus potestatem. Commission to John Medley and Walter Brett who chose John Spence, sen., esq., to be guardian of John Morley Trevor.
Answer of defendants; replication of plaintiffs; interrogatories and commission to Henry Shelley, James Graves, esqrs., Thomas Medley and Charles Harrison, gents., to hear witnesses; depositions of Thomas Alegood, gent., Walter Brett of Lewes, grocer, and Alan Carr of Glynde, clerk.
Inspeximus granted to Elizabeth Trevor.
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