Alice Fisher Wiggin1

F, b. 16 May 1850, d. 12 August 1889
     Alice Fisher Wiggin was born on 16 May 1850 in Dover ?, New Hampshire, (calculated from her age at death.)2,3 She was the daughter of C.W. Wiggin.1 Alice Fisher Wiggin married Spencer Kirby Sewall, son of Gilbert Tennant Sewall and Abbie W. Riley, on 2 September 1874 in Dover, New Hampshire.1 Alice Fisher Wiggin and Spencer Kirby Sewall appear on the census of 1880 at San Gabriel, California, where his occupation is given as an horticulturalist. They employ several Chinese as labourers.2 Alice Fisher Wiggin died on 12 August 1889 in Lamanda Park, California, of consumption. "Aged 29 years 2 months and 27 days."3

Child of Alice Fisher Wiggin and Spencer Kirby Sewall

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, Independent Statesman, (Concord, NH) Thursday, September 10, 1874.
  2. [S107] 1880 US Census, San Gabriel, Los Angeles, California.
  3. [S205] Newspaper, The Los Angeles Times, (Los Angeles, CA) Wednesday, August 14, 1889.
  4. [S208] 1900 US Census, Pasadena, California.

Andrew Wiggin1

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     Andrew Wiggin married Hannah Bradstreet, daughter of Governor Simon Bradstreet and Ann Dudley, on 14 June 1659.1

Citations

  1. [S62] William Richard Cutter, New England Families, p. 78.

C.W. Wiggin1

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Child of C.W. Wiggin

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, Independent Statesman, (Concord, NH) Thursday, September 10, 1874.

Gerrish Bradley Wiggin1

M, b. 1886
     Gerrish Bradley Wiggin was born in 1886.1 He was the son of James Bradley Wiggin and Frances Marie Hazen.1 Gerrish Bradley Wiggin married Clara MacGown.1

Child of Gerrish Bradley Wiggin and Clara MacGown

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

James Bradley Wiggin1

M, b. 1846, d. 1927
     James Bradley Wiggin was born in 1846.1 He married Frances Marie Hazen, daughter of Sanford Hazen and Sarah W. Wood.1 James Bradley Wiggin died in 1927.1

Children of James Bradley Wiggin and Frances Marie Hazen

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Lousie Martha Wiggin1

F, b. 1877
     Lousie Martha Wiggin was born in 1877.1 She was the daughter of James Bradley Wiggin and Frances Marie Hazen.1 Lousie Martha Wiggin married Granville Alonzo Clark.1

Children of Lousie Martha Wiggin and Granville Alonzo Clark

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Nellie May Wiggin1

F, b. 1880
     Nellie May Wiggin was born in 1880.1 She was the daughter of James Bradley Wiggin and Frances Marie Hazen.1 Nellie May Wiggin married Herbert Holt Bosworth on 17 September 1907 in Wakefield, Massachusetts.2

Children of Nellie May Wiggin and Herbert Holt Bosworth

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915.

Russell Gerrish Wiggin1

M, b. 1911
     Russell Gerrish Wiggin was born in 1911.1 He was the son of Gerrish Bradley Wiggin and Clara MacGown.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Thomas Barrett Wiggin1

M, b. 1887, d. 1887
     Thomas Barrett Wiggin died in 1887.1 He was born in 1887.1 He was the son of James Bradley Wiggin and Frances Marie Hazen.1

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.

Abigail Wigglesworth1

F, b. 20 March 1681, d. 28 January 1771
     Abigail Wigglesworth is also recorded as Samuel Tappan.2 She was born on 20 March 1681.3 She was the daughter of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth and Martha Mudge.1 Abigail Wigglesworth married Samuel Toppan, son of Dr. Peter Toppan and Jane Batt, on 8 June 1701.4,3 Abigail Wigglesworth died on 28 January 1771 at the age of 89.3

Child of Abigail Wigglesworth and Samuel Toppan

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  2. [S123] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
  3. [S27] Herbert Tappan, Tapan Genealogy.
  4. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 95.

Charles H. Wigglesworth1

M, d. 22 December 1903
     Charles H. Wigglesworth was the son of Samuel W. Wigglesworth.2 Charles H. Wigglesworth. Fruit grower.1 He was born in May 1828 in New Hampshire.3 He married Abigail Josephine Eaton, daughter of Isaac Eaton and Almira Sewall, on 1 January 1855 in Lowell, Massachusetts.2 Charles H. Wigglesworth died on 22 December 1903 in Casco, Allegan, Michigan.4

Citations

  1. [S153] Charles Nelson Sinnett, Sinnett's Sewall genealogy, p. 30.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.
  3. [S208] 1900 US Census, Casco, Allegan, Michigan.
  4. [S232] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1897-1920.

Edward Wigglesworth1

M, b. 1604, d. 1653
     Edward Wigglesworth was born in 1604.2 He married Esther Middlebrook on 27 October 1629 in Lincolnshire. Edward Wigglesworth came in 1638 persecuted for his Puritan faith he emigrated with his family, settled first in Charlestown, Mass., and soon after in New Haven, Conn.3,4 He died in 1653.1

Child of Edward Wigglesworth and Esther Middlebrook

Citations

  1. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  2. [S123] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
  3. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 402.
  4. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 28, p.626.

Edward Wigglesworth1

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     Edward Wigglesworth married Henrietta (Unknown).

Child of Edward Wigglesworth and Henrietta (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S180] Bible Records, NEHGS Bible Records, Mss C 3782: Andrews, Norton and Wigglesworth families 1719-1891.

Capt. Edward Wigglesworth1

M, b. 3 January 1742, d. 8 December 1826
     Capt. Edward Wigglesworth was born on 3 January 1742 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth.1 Edward removed to Newburyport, Mass., at an early age; was graduated from Harvard, A.B., 1761, A.M., 1766; subsequently engaged in business, and was commissioned June 24, 1776, by the council of Massachusets Bay, colonel of a regiment from the counties of Essex, York and Cumberland. His commission was renewed by congress in November, and he held the third command under Generals Arnold and Waterbury in the operations of the American fleet on Lake Champlain. He participated in the defence of Ticonderoga in June, 1777, in the battle of Monmouth, and subsequent battles, and served as president of the court of inquiry appointed to examine into Gen. George Clinton's surrender of Forts Montgomery and Clinton, 1778-79. He was afterward collector of the port of Newburyport, Mass., and in 1818 granted by congress an annual pension of $240.2 Capt. Edward Wigglesworth died on 8 December 1826 in Newburyport, Massachusetts, at the age of 84.1

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 402.
  2. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 403.

Rev. Edward Wigglesworth1

M, b. 1693, d. 16 January 1765
     Rev. Edward Wigglesworth was born in 1693 in Malden, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth and Sybil Sparhawk.1 Edward Wigglesworth graduated from Harvard, A.B., 1710, A.M., 1713; subsequently studied theology, and after occupying various pulpits in New England, was called in 1721 to the newly established Hollis chair of divinity, at Harvard, which he held until his death. He refused the rectorship of Yale college, 1723; was a fellow of Harvard, 1724-65, and graduated from the University of Edinburgh, D.D. 1730. Edward served as commissioner of the London Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians for many years, and declined a similar appointment to the Scotch deputations on account of feeble health. His publications include: Sober Remarks on a Modest Proof of the Order and Government Settled by Christ and His Apostles in the Church (1724); A Seasonable Caveat against Believing Every Spirit, lectures (1735); An Inquiry into the Truth of the Imputation of Adam's First Sin to his Posterity (1738); The Sovereignty of God in the Exercise of His Mercy, lectures (1741); An Answer to Mr. Whitefield's Reply to the College Testimony (1745); Some Evidences of the Divine Inspiration (1755); The Doctrine of Reprobation Briefly Considered (1763); besides the Dudleian lecture at Harvard (1757), and numerous sermons.1 Rev. Edward Wigglesworth married firstly Sarah Leverett, daughter of Hon. John Leverett and Margaret Rogers, on 15 June 1726.3 Rev. Edward Wigglesworth married secondly Rebecca Coolidge, daughter of Joseph Coolidge and Rebecca Frost, on 10 September 1729.4,3 Rev. Edward Wigglesworth died on 16 January 1765 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.1

Children of Rev. Edward Wigglesworth and Rebecca Coolidge

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 402.
  2. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 28, p.626.
  3. [S170] Unknown author, Genealogy of the Sparhawk family, p. 7.
  4. [S75] Frederick Lewis Weis, Colonial Clergy, p. 226.
  5. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Vol. 9, p. 211.

Rev. Prof. Edward Wigglesworth1,2

M, b. 7 February 1731/32, d. 17 June 1794
     Rev. Prof. Edward Wigglesworth was born on 7 February 1731/32 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.3 He was the son of Rev. Edward Wigglesworth and Rebecca Coolidge.1,3 Harvard, A.B., 1749, A.M., 1752, D.D., 1786, was Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard, as successor to his father, 1765-91, and Professor Emeritus, 1791-94. He was also a fellow of the College, 1779-92; secretary of the corresponding board of the society in Scotland for promoting the gospel among the Indians of North America; an original member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the author of: Calculations on American Population (1775), Authority of Tradition Considered, the Dudleian lecture of 1777, and The Hope of Immortality (1779).1 Rev. Prof. Edward Wigglesworth married Margaret Hill in 1765.2 Rev. Prof. Edward Wigglesworth died on 17 June 1794 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the age of 62.3

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 402.
  2. [S170] Unknown author, Genealogy of the Sparhawk family, p. 23.
  3. [S75] Frederick Lewis Weis, Colonial Clergy, p. 226.

Esther Wigglesworth1

F, b. 16 April 1685
     Esther Wigglesworth was born on 16 April 1685.1 She was the daughter of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth and Martha Mudge.1 Esther Wigglesworth married John Sewall, son of John Sewall and Hannah Fessenden, on 8 June 1708 in Newbury (Vital Records show June 8, 1710.)1,2,3 The marriage intention of Esther Wigglesworth and Abraham Toppan, son of Lieut. Jacob Toppan and Hannah Sewall, was published on 21 October 1713 in Newbury, Massachusetts; she was the widow of John Sewell, son of John Sewell and Hannah Fessenden.1,4

Children of Esther Wigglesworth and Abraham Toppan

Citations

  1. [S25] Samuel Sewall, Diary of Samuel Sewall (1973 ed.), p. 1075.
  2. [S25] Samuel Sewall, Diary of Samuel Sewall (1973 ed.), p. 1078.
  3. [S130] Massachusetts Vital Records.
  4. [S130] Massachusetts Vital Records, Vital Records of Newbury, Massachusetts to the Year 1850.
  5. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 24 p. 51.
  6. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 34 p. 51.

Henrietta Goddard Wigglesworth1,2

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     Henrietta Goddard Wigglesworth was the daughter of Edward Wigglesworth and Henrietta (Unknown).3 Henrietta Goddard Wigglesworth married Edward Jackson Holmes, son of Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes and Amelia Lee Jackson, on 24 October 1871.4

Child of Henrietta Goddard Wigglesworth and Edward Jackson Holmes

Citations

  1. [S38] Catherine Drinker Bowen, Yankee from Olympus, p. 6.
  2. [S182] Elizabeth Cabot & James Jackson Putnam Putnam, Jackson ancestors and descendants, p. 33.
  3. [S180] Bible Records, NEHGS Bible Records, Mss C 3782: Andrews, Norton and Wigglesworth families 1719-1891.
  4. [S38] Catherine Drinker Bowen, Yankee from Olympus, p.6.

Rev. Michael Wigglesworth1

M, b. 18 October 1631, d. 10 June 1705
     Rev. Michael Wigglesworth was born on 18 October 1631 in Yorkshire, England.2,3,4 He was the son of Edward Wigglesworth and Esther Middlebrook.2 Wigglesworth studied for a time at a school kept by Ezekiel Cheever; graduated Harvard, A.B., 1651, A.M., 1654, and a Fellow of the College, 1652-54. Having fitted himself for the ministry, he preached at Charlestown in 1653-1654, and was pastor at Malden from 1656 until his death, though for twenty years or more bodily infirmities prevented his regular attendance upon duties - Cotton Mather describes him as "a little feeble shadow of a man." During this interval he studied medicine and began a successful practice. He was again a Fellow of Harvard in 1697-1705 and is the author of the poem, The Day of Doom; or a Poetical Description of the Great and Last Judgment (1662), which was reprinted in England, and reached ten editions in America. For a century this realistic and terrible expression of the prevailing Calvanisitc theology was by far the most popular work written in America. He was the author of other religious poems. His biography was written by John Ward Dean (Boston, 1871).5,3 Rev. Michael Wigglesworth married firstly Mary Rayner on 18 May 1655 at Rowley, Massachusetts.2 Rev. Michael Wigglesworth married secondly Martha Mudge before 1682 in Malden (his "servant mayd ... not 20 years old": see Increase Mather's pleas against this marriage in Sibley, I, 281.)1,6 Rev. Michael Wigglesworth married thirdly Sybil Sparhawk, daughter of Nathaniel Sparhawk and Patience Newman, on 23 June 1691.6 Rev. Michael Wigglesworth died on 10 June 1705 in Malden at the age of 73.2,3,4

Children of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth and Martha Mudge

Child of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth

Child of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth and Sybil Sparhawk

Citations

  1. [S25] Samuel Sewall, Diary of Samuel Sewall (1973 ed.), p. 1075.
  2. [S4] Sandra MacLean Clunies, Clunies files.
  3. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 28, p.626.
  4. [S75] Frederick Lewis Weis, Colonial Clergy, p. 226.
  5. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 402.
  6. [S123] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

Rebecca Wigglesworth1,2

F, b. 18 June 1730, d. 23 January 1784
     Rebecca Wigglesworth was born on 18 June 1730.3 She was the daughter of Rev. Edward Wigglesworth and Rebecca Coolidge.1,3 Rebecca Wigglesworth married Professor Stephen Sewall, son of Nicholas Sewall and Mehitable Storer, on 9 August 1763 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, there was a child of the marriage, who died in infancy.1,2 Rebecca Wigglesworth died on 23 January 1784 at the age of 53.4

Child of Rebecca Wigglesworth and Professor Stephen Sewall

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Vol. 9, p. 211.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Vital records of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to the year of 1850 Baldwin, Thomas W.
  3. [S170] Unknown author, Genealogy of the Sparhawk family, p. 11.
  4. [S205] Newspaper, The Boston Gazette, and the Country Journal; 26 January 1784.
  5. [S170] Unknown author, Genealogy of the Sparhawk family, p. 23.

Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth1,2

M, b. 4 February 1688/89, d. 3 September 1768
     Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth was born on 4 February 1688/89 in Malden.3 He was the son of Rev. Michael Wigglesworth.1 Harvard, A.B., 1707, A.M., 1710, a practising physician in Ipswich Hamlet (Hamilton), Massachusetts, and subsequently pastor there, published A Short Account of the Rev. Mr. Hale, of Newbury in the Christian History (1744); a Dudleian lecture (1760), and numerous discourses.1 Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth died on 3 September 1768 in Hamilton at the age of 79.3

Child of Rev. Samuel Wigglesworth

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, vol. 10, p. 402.
  2. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 28, p.626.
  3. [S75] Frederick Lewis Weis, Colonial Clergy, p. 226.

Samuel W. Wigglesworth1

M

Child of Samuel W. Wigglesworth

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.

Edith Wiggmore1

F
     Edith Wiggmore was born in Paterson, New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of James L. Wiggmore.1 Edith Wiggmore married Frank E. Toppan, son of Charles H. Toppan and Bertha Slaiger, on 5 July 1911.1

Citations

  1. [S305] Anon., Representative men of Massachusetts, p. 274.

James L. Wiggmore1

M

Child of James L. Wiggmore

Citations

  1. [S305] Anon., Representative men of Massachusetts, p. 274.

John Wightman1

M, b. 1911
     John Wightman was born in 1911.1 He married Jocelyn B. Temple, daughter of Reginald Herbert Montague Temple Q.C. and Beatrice Isobel Woodd, after 1933.1,2

Citations

  1. [S5] William Darcy McKeough, McKeough Family Tree.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960. Glasgow, Scotland, 1933 July Letitia.

Martin Elmer Wiitala1

M, b. 6 June 1931, d. 21 March 2009
     Martin Elmer Wiitala was born on 6 June 1931.1 He married Nancy Marie Sewall, daughter of William Edward Sewall and Elsie Marie Hoven, on 12 December 1959.2 Martin Elmer Wiitala died on 21 March 2009 in Superior, Douglas County, Wisconsin, at the age of 77.1

Child of Martin Elmer Wiitala and Nancy Marie Sewall

Citations

  1. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 63434378."
  2. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 63434374."

William Wiitala1

M, b. 12 February 1967, d. 13 April 2007
     William Wiitala was born on 12 February 1967.2 He was the son of Martin Elmer Wiitala and Nancy Marie Sewall.1 William Wiitala died on 13 April 2007 at the age of 40.2

Citations

  1. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 63434374."
  2. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 59310264."

(unkown) Wilascot of Salop1

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     (unkown) Wilascot of Salop married (unknown) Lee of Langley, daughter of (unknown) Lee of Langley.

There is some doubt whether the vill of Wollascott was a member of Albrighton, but the balance of evidence favours such a supposition rather than say any other. The Abbot of Shrewsbury indeed never appears seized in demesne of Wollascott; but some of the Abbots feoffments were so very early and absolute that the Feofees, when they at length appear, are found in all but complete independence. Eyton supposes that the family of Le Poer were originally the Abbot's tenants there.
By 1259 we have a William de Wollascott whose name appears in a number of documents; he was still living in 1293 but by 1320 Roger de Wollascot, who attested a deed, represented this family. Eyton: Antiquities of Shropshire, Vol. 10, p. 110

A Patent Roll of 22 February 1441 mentions a William Wollascot of Weston who obviously knew Ralph Lee "Whereas by an inquisition taken virtute officii before Ralph Lee, late escheator in the county of Salop, it was found that John Hordeley, late of Shrewsbury, was seised of the manor of Hordelay and granted the same to William Walford and Thomas More, chaplains, and their heirs and assigns for over, by collusion between John Hampton, late abbot of the church of St. Peter, Shrewsbury, and the said William and Thomas, for the use of the said abbot and church, contrary to the statute of mortmain of Richard II; and afterwards at the suit of Richard, son of Richard Lakyn, knight, John Sainford, William Wollascot of Weston, John Walker, John Shanbery, clerk, and Thomas Walker the younger, complaining that whereas Matthew Hordeley was seised of the said manor and granted the same to John Howell, vicar of the church of Grysford, and John Houghton of Elesmere, chaplain, and their heirs and assigns for ever, and they were seised thereof until they died without heir; after whoso death the manor descended to Joan Fenymer, wife of William Fenymer, as kinswoman and heir of the said John Houghton, being daughter of Mabel, his sister, and William and Joan were seised and enfeoffed thereof the said Richard, son of Richard Lakyn, John Samford, William Wollascot, John Walker, John Shanbery and Thomas Walker,and their heirs and assigns for ever, and they were seised thereof, until by colour of the said inquisition and letters patent to Thomas Walker dated 10 February in the sixteenth year touching the keeping of the manor they were unjustly expelled, although the said John Hordeley had not granted the same to William Walford and Thomas More, as is supposed by the inquisition, nor ever had any title therein ; and beseeching the king to annul the said letters patent and to restore the petitioners to the manor:-
the king on 24 May in the sixteenth year commanded the sheriff of the county to cause Thomas Walker to appear before the king in Chancery in the quinzaine of Trinity following to show why the said letters patent should not be annulled and the petitioners restored, and the sheriff summoned the said Thomas by Richard Maffen and Roger Nonelay, and he appeared and said that the grant to William Walford and Thomas More had been made by collusion between them and the said abbot, as did also the said petitioners, by colour whereof the said record was delivered by the hands of John, bishop of Bath and Wells, the chancellor, to the justices of the Bench to try the issue and a writ was directed to the sheriff of Salop to cause to come before the king in the quinzaine of Martinmas in the eighteenth year twenty-four knights and legal men of the vicinage of Hordeley who had no knowledge of the petitioners and Thomas Walker, and there came the said Richard, son of Richard, John Samford, William Wallascot, John Walker, John Shanbury and Thomas Walker the younger by William Broun, his attorney, and Thomas Walker, but none of the twenty-four, wherefore the sheriff was directed to distrain on their goods and bring them before the king within fifteen days from Hilary following, on which day the petitioners and Thomas Walker appeared, but on the fourth day the latter came not, wherefore the case went against him by default, and the sheriff was commanded to distrain on the goods of the jurors and bring them before the king within fifteen days after Easter following to hold the assizes in the county, assigning Monday in St. Peter's Chair at Shrewsbury, the same day being given to the petitioners; and afterwards before William Westbury and John Hody, justices of assize in the county, the petitioners came (Thomas Parkhous appearing as the attorney of Thomas Walker the younger), and the jury said that John Hordeley never had the manor nor granted it to the petitioners and that the manor was worth 5 marks yearly; and now the petitioners have shewn that through their suit they have been reduced to poverty and that the jury was taken illegally through the default of the said Thomas Walker, and yet they cannot institute a new suit, because a decision valid in law cannot be revoked:-
the king grants to them and their heirs the restitution of the manor as fully as they had the same before their expulsion.
By p.s. and dated as above." Patent Rolls 19 Henry VI. Part 2. pp. 517-8.2,3

Child of (unkown) Wilascot of Salop and (unknown) Lee of Langley

Citations

  1. [S96] Robert Tresswell, The Visitation of Shropshire, 1623., p. 260.
  2. [S396] R.W. Eyton, Shropshire, Vol. 10 p. 110.
  3. [S411] Calendar of Patent Rolls, 19 Henry VI. Part 2. pp. 517-8.

Joan Wilascot1

F
     Joan Wilascot was the daughter of (unkown) Wilascot of Salop and (unknown) Lee of Langley. Joan Wilascot married William Horne.

Child of Joan Wilascot and William Horne

Citations

  1. [S96] Robert Tresswell, The Visitation of Shropshire, 1623., p. 260.

Jeanie Lou Wilcoc

F, b. 6 July 1951
     Jeanie Lou Wilcoc was born on 6 July 1951.