Alice BASTARD

Female 1640 - Abt 1673  (~ 32 years)    Has 318 ancestors but no descendants in this family tree.


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  • Name Alice BASTARD 
    Relationshipwith Teresa Ann GOATHAM
    Baptised 3 Sep 1640  All Saints’ Church, West Alvington, Devon, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • From PR entry (image on FMP, viewed 3 June 2016)
      "Septem. 3 Alice daughter of William Bastard Esqr & Joane his wife" - under heading 'Anno Dmni 1640'
    Gender Female 
    Grant of Administration 1673 
    To her husband, Lewis Stucley 
    • It was unusual at this time for a married woman to leave a will or for a grant of admon. to be needed.
      Alice's mother (who died a widow in 1669) did leave a will, written 1667. She left a bequest to Alice, not paid at the time Alice died, and it may have been to obtain this that Lewis needed a grant of admon. This may have come to light late and meant there was a larger than usual gap between Alice's death and the grant being made.
    Died Abt 1673 
    • Probably died in 1673, as her husband was granted administration that year. However, it was possible that it was granted late and Alice had died earlier. (See research notes on this page)
    Notes 
    • (Research):Fry's list entry for her grant of admon. will not contain the date of Elizabeth's death, Miss Moger's extracts concering this do not, but I am hoping the abstract by Murray might (to be seen).
      (No burial for Alice found in the index on FMP, as at 19 Oct 2017).
    Person ID I21686  Teresa's tree
    Last Modified 19 Oct 2017 

    Father William BASTARD,   b. Abt 1616, Gerston, West Alvington, Devon, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location,   d. Feb 1663/64, Gerston, West Alvington, Devon, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years) 
    Mother Johanna HELE,   b. Abt 1618,   d. Jul 1669, South Pool, Devon, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Married 21 Apr 1634  St. Nicholas’ and St. Cyriac’s Church, South Pool, Devon, England See the place on a map and other information about it - if available (many more will be in time); also all individuals with events at this location 
    • Now South Pool PRs only survive from 1664/5; Vivian cites the PRs, presumably in his day they did survive, giving the date of the marriage as 21 Apr 1635. Only about a quarter of the BTs survive and these do not include 1634 or 5.
      Fortunately a contempory record concerning the marriage does survive in a marriage settlement which is accompanied by various documents, mainly letters between William's great uncle William Bastard (to whom this younger William was heir) and Johanna's father Sampson.  
      Children
      An entry was slipped in in the PR amongst records of 1657 births, recording an Agnis daughter of William on 17 Oct 1657 - this William or another? Not looked thoroughly at what Williams there were at the same time, but a Joan buried in 1662 was shown as the daughter of William Bastard Glover; this could well be Agnis' father.

      Were there really two sons called Julius? Vivian shows 2, but only has a baptism for one, and I haven't found a second baptism either. So I'm not sure, though there clearly were 2 Juliuses. If they were brothers they must both have been living at the same time; not unknown at this time but not common. The will of the one for whom probate was granted in 1692 is said to have been brother of Walter; since this will appears not to survive we can't check this. Although there were several Bastard families in West Alvington at this time only the Garston clang were referred to as gentry etc. The 1665 burial of a Julius does describe him as 'gent' - I wonder if he could have been a young son of William, the son of William and Johane? On the other hand perhaps they did give the name to two sons, perhaps because the first was sickly and not expected to survive.
    Marriage Settlement 3 May 1634 
    • Catalogue entry shows the Marriage settlement was for the marriage of William Bastard to Johan Hele, for lands in Stockingham.
      The parties to the settlement were:

      1 William Bastard of Gerston, West Alvington, esq, Nicholas Gilferd of Bowringsleigh, esq and William Bastard of West North, Cornwall, esq

      and

      2 Sir Francis Glanville of Tavistock and Sampson Hele of Gnaton
    Children 15 children 
    Family ID F7812    |  Family Chart

    Family Lewes STUCLEY,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married
    • If the grant of admon. was late compared with most the Lewis that Alice married could have been the one who married Elizabeth Alsopp on 5 Feb 1670/71 or the one who married Susanna Dennis on 6 Jan 1672-3
    Last Modified 19 Oct 2017 
    Family ID F9822    |  Family Chart

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