Tomasine _____1

#15660, (say 1644 - between 18 August 1673 and 24 September 1673)
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*____ Mastey2 (s 1617 - )
Mother*Joane _____2 (s 1620 - )

Family

Nathaniel Stinchcomb b. c 1635, d. b 1673
Children 1. Nathaniel Stinchcomb Jr.+1 (c 1671 - b 1710)
 2.John Stinchcomb2 (s 1673 - )
Tomasine _____ was also known as Mastey (if her mother was not remarried.)2 
Her married name was Stinchcomb.1 
Birth*say 1644She was born say 1644.1 
Marriage*say 1665She married Nathaniel Stinchcomb, son of Nicholas Stinchcomb and ____ _____, say 1665.1 
11 June 1670In Nathaniel Stinchcomb's will dated 11 June 1670, Tomasine _____ was named as executrix and heir.3 
18 August 1673She left a will on 18 August 1673 at Ann Arundell Co., MarylandG.2 
Death*between 18 August 1673 and 24 September 1673She died between 18 August 1673 and 24 September 1673 at Ann Arundell Co., MarylandG.2 
Probate*24 September 1673Her estate was probated on 24 September 1673 at Ann Arundell Co., MarylandG.2 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S1447] Jane Baldwin Cotton and Roberta Bolling Henry, compiler, The Maryland Calendar of Wills (n.p.: n.pub., 1904-1928), p. 78. Entries for Nathaniel Stinchcomb (proved 1673), names wife Tomasine, and for Tomassin Robinson (dated and proved 1673), naming sons Nathaniel and John Stinchcomb. Hereinafter cited as Maryland Calendar of Wills.
  2. [S1186] Maryland Prerogative Court (Wills), 1635–1777, Series S538 (1–60). Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, Maryland, online msa.maryland.gov, Prerogative Court Wills 1635-1674, MSA S538-01, Liber 1, pp. 586-589 (transcript), original pages 92-94 noted in margin. Last will of "Tomasin Stichcomb the sole executrix of Nathaniel Stinchcomb, her Dear husband late of Ann Arundell County Dec'ed."
    Imp. All lands to sons Nathaniel and John Stinchcomb, not before they are at age twenty-one.
    Item. All goods and chattells to be divided equally between two sons.
    Item. Wearing apparel divided between Blanch Burkley and Susannah Neale.
    Item. If sons should d. "before they are of perfect age" then one-third of the estate to 1.John Stinchcomb, bro. of deceased; 2. the children of Rebecca Hancocke; 3. "my mother Joane Mastey."
    But if all above mentioned are deceased, the "Executor and his heirs shall be possessed with the whole estate."
    Appoints as Executor Thomas Turner of Ann Arundell County, to "have the tuition and bringing up of my Dear Children."
    Appoints as Overseers Richard Moss and Thomas Houseward/Homeward.
    Gives a cow calfe, in Spring, to every servant.
    18 August 1673, [Sealed] TS. Witnesses John Peisley and Miles Gibson.
    Probate: commission issued 24 Sep 1673 to Mr. Tho. Marsh, followed by Ro. Burke, oathes by Miles Gibson on 26 Nov 1673 and by John Peisley on 5 Dec 1673.
  3. [S1186] Maryland Prerogative Court (Wills), 1635–1777, S538 (1–60). Maryland State Archives, online msa.maryland.gov, Prerogative Court Wills 1635-1674, MSA S538-01, Liber 1, pp. 585-586 (transcript), original pages 91-92 noted in margin. Last will of "Nathaniel Stinchcomb of Ann Arundell County."
    Item. To my brother John Stinchcomb, 5,000 pounds of tobacco, to be shipped home for Bristol and consigned to him.
    Item. To my brother Nicholas and my sister Rebecca Handcocke, their children, net produce of 10,000 pounds of tobacco, shared alike, to be shipped home for Bristol "according to my brother John Stinchcomb's advice."
    Item. Servant John Merriken to be free; each servant bequeathed one cow calfe.
    Item. The rest of estate, lands, goods, debts and chattels, to "my loving wife Tomasine Stinchcomb."
    Names wife sole executrix. Requests as Overseers Richard Moss and Edward Pomfritt.
    11 June 1670, [Sealed] Neth: Stinchcomb. Witnesses Edward Allely and Wm. N. Coboren.
    Probate: commission issued 24 Sep 1673 to Mr. Tho. Marsh, followed by Robt. Burke, oathes by Edward Allely and William Coboren on 24 November 1673.