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Edward Filmer (son of Robert Filmer and Frances Chester)7142, 7143, 7144 was born January 17, 1565/66 in East Sutton, Kent, England7145, 7146, 7147, and died November 22, 1629 in East Sutton, Kent, England7148, 7149, 7150. He married Elizabeth Argall on 1585 in Kent, England7150, daughter of Richard Argall and Mary Scott.

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WILL OF SIR EDWARD FILMER, KNIGHT
(aged 63, 17th. January, last)
Will Dated 20 October , Vth. Charles I ; Proved 5 December 1629

To my daughter, ELIZABETH, wife of William Faulkner, citizen and draper of
London, if she survives her husband L 500. If the said husband survives said
ELIZABETH, then to her children L 300, equally divided. If she dies without
issue, then to her husband L 20. Executors to fing meat, drink and apparel
to the said ELIZABETH to the value of L 4- yearly.

To my three sons, EDWARD, JOHN, and HENRY FILMER, L 10 each. And because my
son REYNALD's (REGINALD) estate consists in trading beyond the seas, I
forgive him all his debts (L 500), L 50. To my said son HENRY, if he
commence M.A. in University of Cambridge, L 40 and further L 100.

To my daughters, MARY KNATCHBULL and CATHERINE BARHAM, L 20 each.

To EDWARD KNATCHBULL, my Godson, L 5. To his sister MARY KNATCHBULL, L 20.
To his brother JOHN, L 2 To EDWARD BARHAM, my Godson.... To ELIZABETH
BARHAM, my wifes God-daughter, L 5. To other grandchildren, ROBERT, THOMAS,

CHARLES and RICHARD BARHAM, L 40 s, each. To Dame ANN, wife of my son, Sir
ROBERT FILMER, L 20 for a ring. To my daughter SARA, L 1000 further L 500.
Annuity of
L 10 to my brother, HENRY. DOROTHY, daughter of my brother, ANTHONY FILMER,
L10.

DAME ELIZABETH, my wife, L 120. All her chains and jewels and all my
household stuff in College House in Maidstone, a third part of linen and
silver. My lease of Rectory in East Sutton toward payment of my debts. The
other two parts of linen, silver, etc. to my son, Sir ROBERT FILMER. My wife
shall have the leases of certain houses in Knightrider Street, lately given
me by my brother, ROBERT FILMER, ESQ. DAME ELIZABETH and SIR ROBERT, my
son, Executors. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, WILLIAM GREGORY, and RICHARD
CLOUGH.

For disposing my land in co. Kent and elsewhere.... Lands called NICHOLS in
CHARTHAM, my lands in OTTERDEEN and land in ROMNEY MARSH shall stand
according to indentures made. To my son JOHN, 50 yearly out of house in
DARRANT. To said son, JOHN, also my houses and lands in YALDING and to his
heirs. For default to my eldest son, SIR ROBERT and heirs; for default to
EDWARD FILMER, my second son and heirs; for default to REYNALD, my fourth
son and heirs. For default to HENRY, my fifth son and heirs. To HENRY, my
fifth son and heirs, after my wifes decease, tenement and land in Warren
Street LENHAM and one in Parish of CHARING. For default to SIR ROBERT; for
default to EDWARD; for default to JOHN; for default to REYNALD. To my wife,
DAME ELIZABETH for life all my houses and lands in DARRANT, LENHAM, CHARING
and SUTTON VALENCE, one tenement in Parish of BORDEN. AFTER her decease, the
lands in SUTTON VALENCE shall be sold if need be. I no deeded lands to Sir
ROBERT and heirs. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, WILLIAM GREGORY, RICHARD CLOUGH.

He resided at Colledgehouse in Maidstone, Kent, England.4,5 He resided at
Manor of Herst in Parish Otterdan, England.6,7 The Filmers were anciently
seated at Manor of Herst, Parish of Otterdan, during the time of Edward II
until the time of Queen Elizabeth when Robert Filmer (Edward's father) son
of James FIlmer, moved to Little Charleton, East Sutton.

He was married to Elizabeth Argall (daughter of Richard Argall and Mary
"Marie" Scott) in 1585 in East Sutton, Kent, England.8 Edward and Elizabeth
had 18 children; 9 boys, 9 girls. Note: In several data bases, another child
named "Job" appears but there is no such child depicted on the brass plate
covering the tomb of Sir Edward and Lady Elizabeth in East Sutton Church.
Elizabeth Argall9 was born about 1570 in Kent, England.1 She resided at
Maidstone, Kent, England in 1580. She resided at East Sutton, Kent, England
in 1586. She died on 9 Aug 1638 in East Sutton, Kent, England.10,11,8 She
had an estate probated on 16 Aug 1638 in East Sutton, Kent, England.[money tree2.FTW]

WILL OF SIR EDWARD FILMER, KNIGHT
(aged 63, 17th. January, last)
Will Dated 20 October , Vth. Charles I ; Proved 5 December 1629

To my daughter, ELIZABETH, wife of William Faulkner, citizen and draper of
London, if she survives her husband L 500. If the said husband survives said
ELIZABETH, then to her children L 300, equally divided. If she dies without
issue, then to her husband L 20. Executors to fing meat, drink and apparel
to the said ELIZABETH to the value of L 4- yearly.

To my three sons, EDWARD, JOHN, and HENRY FILMER, L 10 each. And because my
son REYNALD's (REGINALD) estate consists in trading beyond the seas, I
forgive him all his debts (L 500), L 50. To my said son HENRY, if he
commence M.A. in University of Cambridge, L 40 and further L 100.

To my daughters, MARY KNATCHBULL and CATHERINE BARHAM, L 20 each.

To EDWARD KNATCHBULL, my Godson, L 5. To his sister MARY KNATCHBULL, L 20.
To his brother JOHN, L 2 To EDWARD BARHAM, my Godson.... To ELIZABETH
BARHAM, my wifes God-daughter, L 5. To other grandchildren, ROBERT, THOMAS,

CHARLES and RICHARD BARHAM, L 40 s, each. To Dame ANN, wife of my son, Sir
ROBERT FILMER, L 20 for a ring. To my daughter SARA, L 1000 further L 500.
Annuity of
L 10 to my brother, HENRY. DOROTHY, daughter of my brother, ANTHONY FILMER,
L10.

DAME ELIZABETH, my wife, L 120. All her chains and jewels and all my
household stuff in College House in Maidstone, a third part of linen and
silver. My lease of Rectory in East Sutton toward payment of my debts. The
other two parts of linen, silver, etc. to my son, Sir ROBERT FILMER. My wife
shall have the leases of certain houses in Knightrider Street, lately given
me by my brother, ROBERT FILMER, ESQ. DAME ELIZABETH and SIR ROBERT, my
son, Executors. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, WILLIAM GREGORY, and RICHARD
CLOUGH.

For disposing my land in co. Kent and elsewhere.... Lands called NICHOLS in
CHARTHAM, my lands in OTTERDEEN and land in ROMNEY MARSH shall stand
according to indentures made. To my son JOHN, 50 yearly out of house in
DARRANT. To said son, JOHN, also my houses and lands in YALDING and to his
heirs. For default to my eldest son, SIR ROBERT and heirs; for default to
EDWARD FILMER, my second son and heirs; for default to REYNALD, my fourth
son and heirs. For default to HENRY, my fifth son and heirs. To HENRY, my
fifth son and heirs, after my wifes decease, tenement and land in Warren
Street LENHAM and one in Parish of CHARING. For default to SIR ROBERT; for
default to EDWARD; for default to JOHN; for default to REYNALD. To my wife,
DAME ELIZABETH for life all my houses and lands in DARRANT, LENHAM, CHARING
and SUTTON VALENCE, one tenement in Parish of BORDEN. AFTER her decease, the
lands in SUTTON VALENCE shall be sold if need be. I no deeded lands to Sir
ROBERT and heirs. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, WILLIAM GREGORY, RICHARD CLOUGH.

He resided at Colledgehouse in Maidstone, Kent, England.4,5 He resided at
Manor of Herst in Parish Otterdan, England.6,7 The Filmers were anciently
seated at Manor of Herst, Parish of Otterdan, during the time of Edward II
until the time of Queen Elizabeth when Robert Filmer (Edward's father) son
of James FIlmer, moved to Little Charleton, East Sutton.

He was married to Elizabeth Argall (daughter of Richard Argall and Mary
"Marie" Scott) in 1585 in East Sutton, Kent, England.8 Edward and Elizabeth
had 18 children; 9 boys, 9 girls. Note: In several data bases, another child
named "Job" appears but there is no such child depicted on the brass plate
covering the tomb of Sir Edward and Lady Elizabeth in East Sutton Church.
Elizabeth Argall9 was born about 1570 in Kent, England.1 She resided at
Maidstone, Kent, England in 1580. She resided at East Sutton, Kent, England
in 1586. She died on 9 Aug 1638 in East Sutton, Kent, England.10,11,8 She
had an estate probated on 16 Aug 1638 in East Sutton, Kent, England.
"Not all information in this family tree has been verified." Much has been gleaned from the internet. Due to time constraints not all sources have been cited. Sorry. I do this to share. I am not a professional. All corrections are welcome. This information is a guide, not fact.[money tree 3.FTW]

WILL OF SIR EDWARD FILMER, KNIGHT
(aged 63, 17th. January, last)
Will Dated 20 October , Vth. Charles I ; Proved 5 December 1629

To my daughter, ELIZABETH, wife of William Faulkner, citizen and draper of
London, if she survives her husband L 500. If the said husband survives said
ELIZABETH, then to her children L 300, equally divided. If she dies without
issue, then to her husband L 20. Executors to fing meat, drink and apparel
to the said ELIZABETH to the value of L 4- yearly.

To my three sons, EDWARD, JOHN, and HENRY FILMER, L 10 each. And because my
son REYNALD's (REGINALD) estate consists in trading beyond the seas, I
forgive him all his debts (L 500), L 50. To my said son HENRY, if he
commence M.A. in University of Cambridge, L 40 and further L 100.

To my daughters, MARY KNATCHBULL and CATHERINE BARHAM, L 20 each.

To EDWARD KNATCHBULL, my Godson, L 5. To his sister MARY KNATCHBULL, L 20.
To his brother JOHN, L 2 To EDWARD BARHAM, my Godson.... To ELIZABETH
BARHAM, my wifes God-daughter, L 5. To other grandchildren, ROBERT, THOMAS,

CHARLES and RICHARD BARHAM, L 40 s, each. To Dame ANN, wife of my son, Sir
ROBERT FILMER, L 20 for a ring. To my daughter SARA, L 1000 further L 500.
Annuity of
L 10 to my brother, HENRY. DOROTHY, daughter of my brother, ANTHONY FILMER,
L10.

DAME ELIZABETH, my wife, L 120. All her chains and jewels and all my
household stuff in College House in Maidstone, a third part of linen and
silver. My lease of Rectory in East Sutton toward payment of my debts. The
other two parts of linen, silver, etc. to my son, Sir ROBERT FILMER. My wife
shall have the leases of certain houses in Knightrider Street, lately given
me by my brother, ROBERT FILMER, ESQ. DAME ELIZABETH and SIR ROBERT, my
son, Executors. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, WILLIAM GREGORY, and RICHARD
CLOUGH.

For disposing my land in co. Kent and elsewhere.... Lands called NICHOLS in
CHARTHAM, my lands in OTTERDEEN and land in ROMNEY MARSH shall stand
according to indentures made. To my son JOHN, 50 yearly out of house in
DARRANT. To said son, JOHN, also my houses and lands in YALDING and to his
heirs. For default to my eldest son, SIR ROBERT and heirs; for default to
EDWARD FILMER, my second son and heirs; for default to REYNALD, my fourth
son and heirs. For default to HENRY, my fifth son and heirs. To HENRY, my
fifth son and heirs, after my wifes decease, tenement and land in Warren
Street LENHAM and one in Parish of CHARING. For default to SIR ROBERT; for
default to EDWARD; for default to JOHN; for default to REYNALD. To my wife,
DAME ELIZABETH for life all my houses and lands in DARRANT, LENHAM, CHARING
and SUTTON VALENCE, one tenement in Parish of BORDEN. AFTER her decease, the
lands in SUTTON VALENCE shall be sold if need be. I no deeded lands to Sir
ROBERT and heirs. Witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, WILLIAM GREGORY, RICHARD CLOUGH.

He resided at Colledgehouse in Maidstone, Kent, England.4,5 He resided at
Manor of Herst in Parish Otterdan, England.6,7 The Filmers were anciently
seated at Manor of Herst, Parish of Otterdan, during the time of Edward II
until the time of Queen Elizabeth when Robert Filmer (Edward's father) son
of James FIlmer, moved to Little Charleton, East Sutton.

He was married to Elizabeth Argall (daughter of Richard Argall and Mary
"Marie" Scott) in 1585 in East Sutton, Kent, England.8 Edward and Elizabeth
had 18 children; 9 boys, 9 girls. Note: In several data bases, another child
named "Job" appears but there is no such child depicted on the brass plate
covering the tomb of Sir Edward and Lady Elizabeth in East Sutton Church.
Elizabeth Argall9 was born about 1570 in Kent, England.1 She resided at
Maidstone, Kent, England in 1580. She resided at East Sutton, Kent, England
in 1586. She died on 9 Aug 1638 in East Sutton, Kent, England.10,11,8 She
had an estate probated on 16 Aug 1638 in East Sutton, Kent, England.

More About Edward Filmer:
Burial: Unknown, East Sutton Church, East Sutton, Kent, England.7151, 7152, 7153
Occupation: July 23, 1603, Knighted and made Lord of Charleton Manor.7154, 7155, 7156

More About Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall:
Marriage: 1585, Kent, England.7156

Children of Edward Filmer and Elizabeth Argall are:
  1. Robert Filmer, b. 1586, Neck Of Land-Vir, London, Kent, England7157, 7158, d. May 26, 1653, East Sutton, Kent, England7159, 7160.
  2. Mary Filmer, b. 1586, East Sutton, Kent, England7161, 7162, d. 1647, East Sutton, Kent, England7163, 7164.
  3. Margaret Filmer, b. 1587, East Sutton, Kent, England7165, 7166, d. 1611, East Sutton, Kent, England7167, 7168.
  4. Edward Filmer, Jr., b. 1589, East Sutton, Kent, England7169, 7170, d. March 1650/51, East Sutton, Kent, England7171, 7172.
  5. John Filmer, b. 1590, East Sutton, Kent, England7173, 7174, d. date not given7175, 7176.
  6. +Elizabeth Filmer, b. 1592, East Sutton, Kent, England7177, 7178, d. date not given7179, 7180.
  7. Judith Filmer, b. 1594, East Sutton, Kent, England7181, 7182, d. date not given7183, 7184.
  8. +Reginald Filmer, b. 1596, East Sutton, Kent, England7185, 7186, d. 1638, East Sutton, Kent, England7187, 7188.
  9. Katherine Filmer, b. 1597, East Sutton, Kent, England7189, 7190, d. 1662, Middlesex, England7191, 7192.
  10. Henry Filmer, b. Abt. 1598, East Sutton, Kent, England7193, 7194, d. 1671, Mulberry Island, Warwick County, Virginia, USA7195, 7196.
  11. Thomas Filmer, b. 1598, East Sutton, Kent, England7197, 7198, d. 1598, East Sutton, Kent, England7199, 7200.
  12. Jane Filmer, b. 1600, East Sutton, Kent, England7201, 7202, d. 1600, Kent, England7203, 7204.
  13. Anne Filmer, b. 1600, East Sutton, Kent, England7205, 7206, d. date not given7207, 7208.
  14. Thomas Filmer, b. 1601, Canterbury, Kent, England7209, 7210, d. April 1632, Canterbury, Kent, England7211, 7212.
  15. Susanna Filmer, b. 1603, Canterbury, Kent, England7213, 7214, d. 1611, Canterbury, Kent, England7215, 7216.
  16. Richard Filmer, b. 1604, East Sutton, Kent, England7217, 7218, d. date not given7219, 7220.
  17. Sarah Filmer, b. 1606, Manor, E-Sutton, Kent, England7221, 7222, d. March 1634/357223, 7224.
  18. Augustinus Filmer, b. Abt. 16097225, 7226, d. Bef. 16297227, 7228.
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