Robert Wandlass

Robert Wandlass

Male Est 1600-1620 - 1661  (~ 41 years)

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  • Name Robert Wandlass 
    Born Est 1600-1620 
    Gender Male 
    WILL 24 May 1660  Causey Park, Hebron, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • [Tony Palmer the transcriber's comments in square brackets. Note some "n"s were omitted and marked instead with a bar over the last letter.] A quie is a heifer (cow). Vidilicet is the original form of "viz", or "that is".

      May 24 1660

      In nomine patris et filii et spiritu sancctu Amen: I Robert Wanles of
      Cawsey Parke in the parrishe of Heborne in the Con[n]tye of Northumberland
      yeoman Sike in body but whole in minde and in good and perfeicte
      Remembrance thanckes be given to god, Doe make this my Last will
      and Testament in man[n]er and forme as Followeth
      First I give and bequeth my Soule into the hands of Almightye God
      who I stedfastly beleive will for Jesus Christ my Saviours sake Forgive
      me all m[y] sin[n]s and will at the Last day Raize up this my Body and Joine
      itt to my soule and give it Life Everlastinge my desire is that my body be
      bu
      Buried neere unto my wife in Felto[n] Church Garth:
      Item I give unto my son Robert's 2 elder daughters the quis wch I bought
      of Charles Robinson and to the third i quie of mine owne
      Item I give unto my two children Nathaniell and Mary every of
      them XX£ [twenty pounds] by Ligacie
      Item the rest of all my estaite moveable and unmoveable my debts
      dicharged and Funeralle expenses I give to be equally devided
      a monxt my fyve children: videliset Isbell: Barbary: Katherrine:
      Nathaniell: and Mary: And if it please God that my unfortu[n]ate
      Son[n] Thomas Wanles come againe into the con[n]try my will is that
      he shall have Thirty ponde paid him of my estait by the rest of
      my children

      [No signature or witnesses.]
    PROB 8 Oct 1661 
    • .
      Administration of Robert's estate; comments in square brackets by Tony Palmer.
      -------------
      Die Sabbti xviiio die Januarii 1661 [Saturday 18th January 1661]

      [Paragraph mostly in latin but some English identifying will of 24 May 1660
      and quoting beginning & end, also mentions William Wilson - see below]

      1 Imprime ... [Paragraph all in Latin]

      2 Item ..........
      ... Octobris Anno Dom. [+ load of Latin meaning 1661] ... Circa octavus die
      mensis Octobris [abt. the eighth day of October - I think that's the date
      the following ocurred] ... Robertus Wanles ... the said Robt. lying or being
      very sick did declare unto Richard Cooke and John Vittars [?] that he had
      put into writing his minde and will in what manner he would have his effects
      disposed of after his death or in words to the like effect, and me[ntio]ned
      most or all the particulars conveyed in the said will now ex[...] in this
      cause, saying he had named noe executors [???] wh[ich?] he would then have
      done if his sonne in Lawe William Wilson [had?] beene there to have written
      & added the same to his said will which he could not do by reason of his
      sickness .... decimus die .. mensis octobris [10th October?] .. Robertus
      Wanles ....... [I thought the last bit meant he died two days later on 10th
      October although I couldn't see any Latin I recognised to that effect, but I
      read somewhere that they usually did the inventory as soon as possible after
      a persons death so more likely he died in November]

      3 Ite... [Final Paragraph in Latin]
    Died 8 Oct 1661-12 Nov 1661  Causey Park, Hebron, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    PROB 12 Nov 1661  Causey Park, Hebron, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • A true and perfect Inventory of all the goods & chattells debts and
      credditts of Robt
      Wanles Late of Cawsey Parke in the county of Northumberland yeom.
      deceased taken
      viewed and apprised the 12th November 1661 by Robt Lisle of Weldon
      gent:
      William Wanles of Felton Edward Cooke of Ambell Thomas Harper of
      Arlington Parke
      John Thompson of Bywell and Mathew Townes of Long Dike all of this sd
      County yeom: as Followeth

      Imp Four draught oxen sixteen pounds Three ffatt oxen eight poundes eighte
      ) £ s d
      sixteen poundes
      )
      stots about three yeare oldes ^ and twelve stots some about one yeare
      olde and ) 56 - 00 - 00
      some about two yeares olde sixteene poundes
      __________________________________ )

      It Fifteen kine and calves forty poundes two yield kine & one bull six
      pounds )
      five fatt kine thirteen poundes and an Noble five quies yeare oldes gon
      ) 93 - 01 - 08
      seven poundes Ten shillings fifteen quies Twenty six poundes five
      shillings )

      It Three Legacy quies five poundes
      ______________________________________________ 05 - 00 - 00

      It Four beehives and one kilnehair
      ______________________________________________ 02 - 00 - 00

      It Twenty foure ewes one Tupp and one ewe hogg six poundes five shillings
      _______ 06 - 05 - 00

      It Three ridden mares and one Gelt Nagg and five unridden Fillies and
      three colts Twenty Two poundes
      _______________________________________________ 22 - 00 - 00

      It Eleven swine young and olde Twenty Two shillings
      _____________________________ 01 - 02 - 00

      It Eight Litle stacks of oats and one heape of oates in the Barne valued
      unto )
      the number of Fifty Bolles att eight shillings per bolle Twenty pounds
      _______ ) 20 - 00 - 00

      It Six boles of Rye Six poundes
      _________________________________________________ 06 - 00 - 00

      It Implemts of Husbandry one Longwaine one shorte waine one paire of new
      wheeles )
      two paire of olde wheeles 2 oxe harrowes 2 horse harrowes seven yokes
      ) 04 - 15 - 00
      Three Iron soames with 2 bolts and shekells 4 socks 2 culters one axe 3
      hacks )
      1 foote spade 4 wembles and 1 eatch 1 horsegeare for draughte and one
      hammer )

      It Householde stuffe divided according to the will of the testator valued
      att ___ 06 - 00 - 00

      It His Wearing Apparrell and Armes
      ______________________________________________ 02 - 00 - 00

      It Debts oweing to the Testator in several handes
      _______________________________ 19 - 16 - 00
      _______________

      243 - 19 - 00

      Robert Lisle

      Edward Cooke

      William Wanles

      John Thompson
      his T mark

      Thomas Harper
      his X mark

      Mathew Townes
      his T mark


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      Notes from Tony Palmer the transcriber:
      Stot - Steer
      Quie - Heifer
      Kine - Cows
      Kilnehair - ????
      Bolle/Bole - Bushel
      Waine - Wagon
      Soame - ????
      Shekell - Shackle
      Sock - ????
      Culter - Coulter? (part of plough)
      Hack - Saw? (as in Hacksaw)
      Wemble - ????
      Eatch - ????
    Notes 
    • One of Robert's daughters married William Wilson by Oct 1661, but we don't know which daughter - see Robert's probate records.
    Person ID I1086  100: Small Groups of Wan(d)lesses Worldwide
    Last Modified 16 Jul 2002 

    Children 
     1. Robert Wandlass,   b. Est 1615-1635, , (Probably) Hartburn, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     2. Isabel Wandlass,   b. Est 1615-1660, , (Probably) Hartburn, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. Barbary Wandlass,   b. Est 1615-1660, , (Probably) Hartburn, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     4. Nathaniel Wandlass,   b. Est 1615-1660, , (Probably) Hartburn, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     5. Mary Wandlass,   b. Est 1615-1660, , (Probably) Hartburn, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     6. Thomas Wandlass,   b. Est 1622-1642, , (Probably) Hartburn, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 30 Nov 2007 
    Family ID F37  Group Sheet

  • Documents
    Will of Robert Wandlass of Causey Park, Hebron, Northumberland, 1660
    Robert's Will