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Mary Chilton
(1607-Bef 1679)


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1. John Winslow

Mary Chilton
  • Born: 31 May 1607, Sandwich Kent England
  • Marriage (1): John Winslow on 12 Oct 1624 in Droitwich Worcestershire England
  • Died: Bef 11 May 1679, Boston MA

  Events in her life were:

  • She wrote her will on 31 Jul 1676 in Boston MA
    In the name of God Amen the thirty first day of July in the yeare of our Lord one thousand Six hundred seventy and Six I Mary Winslow of Boston in New England Widdow being weake of Body but of Sound and perfect memory praysed be almighty God for the same Knowing the uncertainty of this present life and being desirous to settle that outward Estate the Lord hath Lent me. I doe make this my last Will and Testamt in manner and forme following (that is to say) First and principally I comend my Soule into the hands of Almighty God my Creator hopeing to receive full pardon and remission of all my sins; and Salvation through the alone merrits of Jesus Christ my redeemer: And my body to the Earth to be buried in Such Decent manner as to my Executor hereafter named shall be thought meet and convenient and as touching such worldly Estate as the Lord hath Lent me my Will and meaneing is the same shall be imployed and bestowed as hereafter in and by this my Will is Exprest.

    Imps I doe hereby revoake renounce and make voide all Wills by me formerly made and declaire and apoint this my Last Will and Testamt Item I will that all the Debts that I Justly owe to any manner of person or persons whatsoever shall be well and truely paid or ordained to be paid in convenient time after my decease by my Executor hereafter named--Item I give and bequeath unto my Sone John Winslow my great Square table Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Sarah Middlecott my Best gowne and Pettecoat and my Silver beare bowle and to each of her children a Silver Cup with an handle: Also I give unto my grandchild William Paine my Great silver tankard: Item I give unto my Daughter Susanna Latham my long Table: Six Joyned Stooles and my great Cupboard: a beadstead Bedd and furniture there unto belonging that is in the Chamber over the roome where I now Lye; my small silver Tankard: Six Silver Spoones, a case of Bottles with all my wearing apparell: (except onely what I have hereby bequeathed unto my Daughter Meddlecott & my Grandchild Susanna Latham:) Item I give and bequeath unto my Grandchild Ann Gray that trunke of Linning that I have alreddy delivered to her and is in her possession and also one Bedstead, Bedd Boulster and Pillows that re in the Chamber over the Hall: Also the sume of ten pounds in mony to be paid unto her within Six months next after my decease: Also my will is that my Executor shall pay foure pounds in mony pr ann for three yeares unto Mrs Tappin out of the Intrest of my mony now in Goodman Cleares hands for and towards the maintenance of the said Ann Gray according to my agreemt with Mrs Tappin: Item I give and bequeath unto Mary Winslow Daughter of my sone Edward Winslow my largest Silver Cupp with two handles: and unto Sarah Daughter of the said Edward my lesser Silver cupp with two handles: Also I give unto my Said Sone Edwards Children Six Silver Spoones to be divided between them: Item I give and bequeath unto my grandchild Parnell Winslow the Sume of five pounds in mony to be improved by my Executor untill he come of age: and then paid to him with the improvemt. Item my will is that the rest of my spoones be divided among my grandchildren according to the discression of My Daughter Middlecott: Item I give unto my Grandchild Mercy Harris my White Rugg: Item I give unto my Grandchild Mary Pollard forty shillings in mony. Item I give unto my grandchild Susanna Latham my Petty Coate with the silke Lace: Item I give unto Mary Winslow Daughter of my Sone Joseph Winslow the Sume of twenty pounds in mony to be paid out of the sume of my said Sone Joseph now owes to be improved by my Executor for the said Mary and paid unto her when She Shall attaine the Age of eighteene yeares or day of Marriage which of them shall first happen Item I give and bequeath the full remainder of my Estate whatsoever it is or wheresoever it may be found unto my children Namely John Winslow Edward Winslow Joseph Winslow Samuel Winslow: Susanna Latham and Sarah Middlecott to be equally divided betweene them Item I doe hereby nominate constitute authorize and appoint my trusty friend Mr William Tailer of Boston aforesd merchant the Sole Executor of this my last Will and testamt: In Witness whereof I the said Mary Winslow have hereunto set my hand and Seale the daye and yeare first above written.

    Memorandum I do hereby also Give and bequeath unto Mr. Thomas Thacher paster of the third Church in Boston the Sume of five pounds in mony to be pd convenient time after my decease by my Executr.

    Mary Winslow

    Signed Sealed and Published by the above named Mary Winslow as her Last Will & testamt in the presence of us after the adding of foure lines as part of her will

    John Ilands
    Ffrancis Hacker
    John Hayward scr

    Mr Wm Tailer nominatd. Execr appeard in Court pr May: 1679 and renounced his Executorship to this will.

    attests. Jsa: Addington Cler.

    The inventory of the goods of Mary Chilton Winslow, deceased 1679
    To 1.1. Silver beer Boule.  3L.  Two Silver Cups.  4L10.710
    To .1. small Silver Tankard at 4L.10. twelve Silver Spoons .6L1010
    To .1. silver caudle Cup with two eares218
    To .1. small silver Cup at .10s. one case with 9 bottles 12s.12
    To .1. silke gowne and petticoate at610
    To .1. gowne .6. petticoats .1. pair. body's .1. mantle .1. pair Stockins315
    To .1. Bed and boulster with fflocks and ffeathers110
    To .1. close bedsteed .2. coverlits & .2. old blankets .1. old Rugg.1. boulster .3. pillows & .1. pr. curtains & vallents4
    To .2. Leather Chaires at 10s.  one ffeather Bed at 4L.5415
    To .11. old Sheets at .35s. one diaper Table Cloth .10s.25
    To .3. old ffustian wastcoats at76
    To .22. old Napkins .7s. Six Towels .2s.9
    To .11. pillowbeers11
    To .6. Shifts at1186
    To .6. white Aprons .18s. Seven neck handkercheifs 10/6186
    To .17. Linnen Caps 8s.6.  ffourteen headbands  .6s.146
    To .3. Pocket handkercheifs.  18d. one Trunke .8s.96
    To .1. old Chest 4s. one round Table.  10s.14
    To .1. small cupboard 4s. one small Trunke.  18d56
    To .1. pr. of small Andirons .4/6. one old warmingpan 3/68
    To .2. small brass kettles  .15s. one small Iron pot & hookes.6/6116
    To .1. gridiron .12d. one great wicker chair .7/686
    To .1. Close Stoole and a pan66
    To .1. great elbow chaire  .2/6. one brass candlestick. 15d.39
    To .1 voyder .18d. one Iron fender. 12d36
    To .1. old bedsteed3
    To .3. great pewter dishes and .20. small peices of pewtr216
    In debts by bills standing out69
    To one halfe of the house which was formerly mr Joseph Winslows67
    To .1. Spit .2/6. one pr brass Scales .4/67



    At mr John Winslows House

    To .1. Long table and .6. joint Stooles at16
    To .1. pr. small brass Andirons16
    To .1. old cupboard .7s. one pothanger Iron Skillet and one pa of Andirons.9s.16
    To .9. Leather Chairs .36s. one Bedsteed .6s22
    To .1. standing cupboard .20s. one great Chest .10s.110
    To .1. small table .8s. two small bedsteeds .2s.10
    To .3. chaires without Leathers .6s. one pr ffire Irons .3/6.96
    To .1. Scotch blanket .5s. one pr old striped stuffe curtains6
    To .1. woosted Rugg .18s. one small ffeather pillow .3s.11
    To .12. ps. of pewter and .6. plates215
    To .1. old Trunks56



Mary married John Winslow, son of Edward Winslow and Magdaline Oliver, on 12 Oct 1624 in Droitwich Worcestershire England. (John Winslow was born on 16 Apr 1597 in Droitwich Worcestershire England, christened on 18 Apr 1597, died on 21 May 1674 in Boston MA and was buried in 1674.)

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