John Hucstepe (b. Bef. 22 May 1586, d. 04 Oct 1630)
John Hucstepe (son of Stephen Hucstepe and Winnifred Hatch) was born Bef. 22 May 1586 in Tenterden Kent, England, and died 04 Oct 1630 in Tenterden Kent, England.
Notes for John Hucstepe: The Will of John Huckstepp of Tenterden in the county of Kent, yeoman, 6 November 6 Charles I[.1630]. To my wife Alice 30 pounds, household goods to the value of40 pounds, wearing apparel, cloth, wheat, bees, poultry, etc. The residue of my household stuff to my children, equally divided, to my sons at twenty-one and to my daughters at nineteen or marriage. To my brother Thomas Huckstepp 10 pounds, and I make him executor. To my daughters, Sara and Joane 40pounds each at nineteen or marriage. To my son Stephen at twenty-one the lease of the farm where I dwell, he paying to my father Stephen Hucstepp, if he be then living, 16 pounds a year for life. My brother Thomas to have the letting of said farm during the minority of my son Stephen, he paying the said annuity to my father, and the overplus to be used to apprentice my sons, with the consent of my wife,to some honest and lawful trade. My last will concerning my lands and messuage in Appledore and Tenterden. To son Stephen at twenty-one a messuage and three acres of land in Appledore in the occupation of Anthony French. To my son Thomas Hucstepp at twenty-one my other two pieces of land in Appledore called Barueland and lower wish, containing ten acres and in my own occupation. To my four youngest sons, Nathaneall, William Joseph, and John, at twenty-one, my two pieces of land in Tenterden at Sherleys Moore, containing nineteen and a half acres. My brother Thomas to have the letting of my farm, paying the pro~ts to my wife Alice for the maintenance and educationof all my children. [Signed] John Huckstepp. Codicil, 15 August 1631, makesprovision for any possible posthumous child. Witnessese: Samuel Curtis and Nathanaell TiIden. Proved 2 December 1631 by Thomas Huckstepp, gen'. Brother of the deceased and executor named in; the will.)Consistory of Canterbury, vol .49.fo.248) a codicil was added in Aug. 1631 but he is supposed to have died in 1630 so there is some discrepancy.
More About John Hucstepe: Baptism: 22 May 1586, Tenterden, Kent, England. Will: See notes..