Thomas Holker

Name
Thomas /Holker/
Given names
Thomas
Surname
Holker
Type of name
birth name
Birth
yes
Text:

Will of Lawrence Holker of Milton next Gravesend, doctor in physick (1738)

He leaves his "poor and immortal soul" to Almighty God, in the hope of pardon by merits of Jesus Christ.

To his wife Katherine: he leaves all his lands in Gravesend and elsewhere, that belonged to his father, except the jointure estate and the parts that belonged to her late father and brother Mr Stephen Allen the elder and younger, and of her late cousin Mr Richard Wood. Jointure estate of wife set up by deed dated 6 February 1727, made between (1) Lawrence and Katherine Holker (2) John Holker esq and William Mann (trustees) of land at Frindsbury, Cobham, Meopham and Luddesdowne.

Katherine to hold lands on trust for their children, if she dies before they reach 21 then trustees to hold land instead for children. Reversion to his son Lawrence, who is to pay annuity of £50 to his sister Katherine and £1,500 when she reaches 21. Next reversion to daughter Katherine, then to his brother Thomas if both children die before they are 21.

Personal estate to wife. If she remarries and claims the £500 that she is entitled to under marriage articles, then personal goods to go to his trustees.

Dated 10 June 1738 (John Tasker is one of the witnesses)

Proved (London) 13 June 1738

Marriage
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Thomas Holker, second fils, établi à Boston à la nouvelle-Angleterre, marié audit lieu avec Elisabeth, fille de ... Hyat, du comté de Glocester, écuyer, d'où :
Un fils Thomas aussi marié.

Residence
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établi à Boston à la Nouvelle-Angleterre

Christening of a brother
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Citation details: Batch #: C036601, Sheet #: 00, Source Call #: 0412918, Printout Call #: 6906443, Dates: 1650 - 1812
Text:

Christening: 9 APR 1707 Gravesend, Kent, England
Father: THO HOLKER

Birth of a brother
Death of a paternal grandfather
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Death of a paternal grandmother
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décédée le 20 octobre 1709, enterrée dans l'église de
Gravesend

Death of a brother
Christening of a brother
Source: FamilySearch
Citation details: Batch #: C036601, Sheet #: 00, Source Call #: 0412918, Printout Call #: 6906443, Dates: 1650 - 1812
Text:

JOHN HOLKER
Male
Christening: 23 JUL 1712 Gravesend, Kent, England
Father: THOMAS HOLKER

Birth of a brother
Death of a mother
Death of a father
Death of a brother
Text:

mort le 16 octobre 1708, in aetat. 78, enterré audit lieu. Dans l'église on lisait son épitaphe devantle foyer. Elle est conservée dans le Registrum Roffensé, p. 750.

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Burial of a father
Text:

Mort en 1728, enterrée à Gravesend

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Burial of a mother
Text:

obiit le 1er janvier 1726, enterrée à Gravesend

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Birth of a son
Death
yes
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage
brother
16921738
Birth:
Death: June 21, 1738
himself
younger brother
17071712
Birth: about April 19, 1707 Gravesend, Kent, England
Death: before July 23, 1712
5 years
younger brother
1712
Birth: about July 23, 1712 Gravesend, Kent, England
Death:
Family with Elisabeth Hyat
himself
wife
Marriage MarriageBoston, Comté de Suffolk, Massachusetts, États-Unis
son
Birth
Text:

Will of Lawrence Holker of Milton next Gravesend, doctor in physick (1738)

He leaves his "poor and immortal soul" to Almighty God, in the hope of pardon by merits of Jesus Christ.

To his wife Katherine: he leaves all his lands in Gravesend and elsewhere, that belonged to his father, except the jointure estate and the parts that belonged to her late father and brother Mr Stephen Allen the elder and younger, and of her late cousin Mr Richard Wood. Jointure estate of wife set up by deed dated 6 February 1727, made between (1) Lawrence and Katherine Holker (2) John Holker esq and William Mann (trustees) of land at Frindsbury, Cobham, Meopham and Luddesdowne.

Katherine to hold lands on trust for their children, if she dies before they reach 21 then trustees to hold land instead for children. Reversion to his son Lawrence, who is to pay annuity of £50 to his sister Katherine and £1,500 when she reaches 21. Next reversion to daughter Katherine, then to his brother Thomas if both children die before they are 21.

Personal estate to wife. If she remarries and claims the £500 that she is entitled to under marriage articles, then personal goods to go to his trustees.

Dated 10 June 1738 (John Tasker is one of the witnesses)

Proved (London) 13 June 1738

Marriage
Citation details: Page 11
Text:

Thomas Holker, second fils, établi à Boston à la nouvelle-Angleterre, marié audit lieu avec Elisabeth, fille de ... Hyat, du comté de Glocester, écuyer, d'où :
Un fils Thomas aussi marié.

Residence
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Text:

établi à Boston à la Nouvelle-Angleterre

Birth