William Marche1

#12393, (say 1540 - between April 1612 and February 1613/14)
Relationship11th great-grandfather of William David Lewis
Birth*say 1540He was born say 1540 at EnglandB.1 
Burialbetween 1612 and 1614He was buried between 1612 and 1614 in the parish church yard at Sherford, Co. Devon, EnglandB.2 
29 April 1612He left a will on 29 April 1612 at Co. DevonB.1 
Death*between April 1612 and February 1613/14He died between April 1612 and February 1613/14 at EnglandB.3 
Inventory*11 February 1613/14His estate was inventoried by William Marche on 11 February 1613/14 at Co. Devon, EnglandB.4 
Probate8 September 1615His estate was probated on 8 September 1615 at Co. DevonB.4 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S1221] George Skelton Terry, "Genealogical Research in England: Burt–March", New England Historical and Genealogical Register 86 (1932): 247.
  2. [S1221] George Skelton Terry, "Genealogical Research in England: Burt–March", 248. "He directed that he be buried in the parish church of Sherford."
  3. [S1221] George Skelton Terry, "Genealogical Research in England: Burt–March", 247, " died between 29 Apr. 1612 and 11 Feb. 1613/14, when the inventory of his personal estate was taken."
  4. [S1221] George Skelton Terry, "Genealogical Research in England: Burt–March", 248. "... the inventory of his personal estate was taken, yet his will was not proved until 8 Sept. 1615. This delay may have been due to a clause in the will forbidding the executrix to receive any benefit from the testator’s goods (except for necessaries about his funeral “and necessary use about the children” [i. e., Richard’s children]) until she had paid his debts. Only farm animals-—horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, geese, and poultry—were listed in the inventory."
  5. [S1221] George Skelton Terry, "Genealogical Research in England: Burt–March", 248, "Children, named in the will of their father."