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  • ID: I56638
  • Name: Humphrey Packington
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1502
  • Death: 1556
  • Residence: London, & Worcester, Worcestershire
  • Note: Will
  • Occupation: Mercer
  • CITG: Mercer
  • Note:

    Of London (afterwards of Chaddesley-Corbett, and Harrington, co. Worcester).
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    THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES PROB 11/38, ff. 150-1 1
    SUMMARY: The document below is the Prerogative Count of Canterbury copy of the will, dated 14 September 1555, of Humphrey Pakington (1502-1556), brother of Augustine, Sir John (d.1551), and Robert Pakington (1496-1537), and grandfather of Humphrey Martyn, the addressee of the Langham Letter. At the time of the making of his will he had eleven living children, four sons (John, Humphrey, Edward and William), and seven daughters, four married (Jane, Katherine, Anne and Alice) and three unmarried (Margery, Martha and Margaret), his daughter Lettice, wife of Sir Roger Martyn, and mother of Humphrey Martyn, addressee of the Langham Letter, having predeceased him.
    For the wills of his brothers Sir John Packington (d.1551) and Robert Pakington (1496- 1537) see PROB 11/34, ff. 233-4 and PROB 11/27. For the will of his widow, Elizabeth (d.1563), Humphrey Martyn?s grandmother, see PROB 11/46, ff. 278-9. For the will of his son Humphrey (d.1558/9), see PROB 11/42B, f. 318. The daughter-in-law mentioned in Humphrey Pakington?s will, wife of his eldest son and heir John, who is bequeathed five pounds ?to buy her a bracelet withal? is Elizabeth (nee Newport), the sister of Sir Richard Newport (d.1570), owner of a copy of Hall?s Chronicle in the British Library containing annotations thought to have been made by Shakespeare.
    ?I will that the said Elizabeth, my wife, shall have and enjoy all the rents and profits of my house in London which I lately dwelled in, with the profits of the house thereunto adjoining, which is in the whole by year £8 6s 8d, now in the holding of my son-in-law, Humphrey Baskerville of London, mercer.?
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    In 1544 the Crown sold the manor of Ditton, at Ditton Priors, Salop, to Humphrey Pakington, a London mercer, to be held in chief as ľ knight's fee for a reserved rent, sold by the Crown in 1550.
  • _UID: D8305C1472304370AE78BCB5DF350931B259
  • Change Date: 17 NOV 2010



    Father: John Packington b: in Blackfordby, Warwickshire
    Mother: Eleanor or Elizabeth Washbourne

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Harding or Hardy
    • Married: 15 JUN 1534 in Hackney, London
    Children
    1. Has Children Jane Packington

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