Richard LONG James LONG William LONG Beatrix LONG Thomas KINGSMAN Thomas KINGSMAN Philip KINGSMAN Robert LONG Phillipa Mini tree diagram

Ann LONG

16811 - about Jan 1758

Life History

1681

Born in Guiseley, Yorkshire.1

The marriage bond in 1709 states her age to be 25, so born 1684. Perhaps she shaved a few years to appear younger than she actually was.

3rd Feb 1681

Baptised in Guiseley, Yorkshire

d/o Richard Longe

26th Jun 1709

St. Mary, Marylebone

Thomas' second licence for the marriage to Ann Long was dated 24 June 1709 and Thomas was recorded as a widower of St Paul Covent Garden aged about 30.  Ann was of the same parish, aged about 25 and a spinster.  They intended to marry at St Marylebone which they did two days later.

26th Jun 1709

Married Thomas KINGSMAN in St Marylebone, Middlesex.6,8,9

Thomas' second licence for the marriage to Ann Long was dated 24 June 1709 and Thomas was recorded as a widower of St Paul Covent Garden aged about 30.  Ann was of the same parish, aged about 25 and a spinster.  They intended to marry at St Marylebone which they did two days later.

1710

Birth of son Thomas KINGSMAN in Covent Garden.6

1711

Birth of daughter Philip KINGSMAN in Covent Garden

Jul 1712

Death of daughter Philip KINGSMAN in Covent Garden

1714

Death of Thomas KINGSMAN in Covent Garden, London.7

27th May 1715

Beneficiary in St Marylebone, Middlesex.2

in the will of her mother, Phillipa

29th Jan 1720/1

Beneficiary in St Marylebone, Middlesex.3

of the will of James Long

20th Jul 1752

Beneficiary in ,London.4

the will of Thomas Kingsman

about 20th Jul 1752

Death of son Thomas KINGSMAN in St. Pauls Cray, Kent

29th Mar 1753

Wrote will in Marylebone, Middlesex.5

about Jan 1758

Died in St Marylebone, Middlesex

10th Feb 1758

Probate in ,London.5

Notes

  • Many thanks to Sue Valiant for providing a transciption of Ann [Long] Kingsman's will.

    The main provisions in it are:

    All her property is left in trust to her grandson, William Long Kingsman, when he achieves the age of 21 (he was 11 years old when she died). If he doesn't live to be 21 then the properties go to her two brothers for the terms of their lives, and then to her kinsman Whithorn Gray, clerk, son-in-law of the Reverend Norton Bolton.

    To her servant Elizabeth Tomlin, ten guineas.

    All chattels and personal estate to her two brothers, Robert and William, who are to be executors.




  • Chancery Documents: C 11/14/33:

    Document type: Bill and two answers.
    Plaintiffs: John Worden woollen draper of St Pauls Covent Garden Middlesex.
    Defendants: Thomas Kingsman (son of Thomas Kingsman vintner deceased of St Pauls Covent Garden) and Ann Kingsman (widow of Thomas Kingsman deceased).
    Date of bill (or first document): 1715.
    Date of last document: 1716

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