William Aldous
(1452-Between 1528/1531)
Joann Warner
(Cir 1456-1505)
Robert Aldous
(Cir 1479-1559)
Elizabeth A.
(Cir 1495-1575)
William Aldous
(1522/1525-1583)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Margaret Noyes

William Aldous

  • Born: 1522 or 1525, Fressingfield, Suffolk England
  • Marriage (1): Margaret Noyes on 10 Jul 1567 in Fressingfield, Suffolk England
  • Died: 1583, Fressingfield, Suffolk England at age 61
  • BuriedMale: 4 Dec 1583, Fressingfield, Suffolk England

  Noted events in his life were:

Will. Obligations of William to his mother under his father's will: For the privilege of inheriting the specified lands, Robert requests certain obligations of William, all after he comes into possession. The first obligation is that he shall pay his mother an "Annuytie or yerlye Rente" of thirty-three shillings three pence. The second is that he shall, "duringe the naturall liffe of my sayd wiffe delyver or cause to be delyvered . . . foure Combes of good wheate and fyve Combes of good malte read ye grounde in good pure meale to bake and brewe! The sayd meale to be delivred evrye weeke A quantytye therof as my sayd wiffe shall have nede to have and occupye therof/." Also he should "wtin thre monethes next after the sayd terme of thre yeres expyred and ended make or cause to be made in the tresens betwene the hall and the parlor in the howse wherin I no we dwell, for A quyetnes betwene my sayd wiffe and my sayd sonne A pay re of Steyres wt A dore goynge out of the sayd hall up into the Chamber ov er the sayd hall!." ============================================================== William Aldous and Margaret Noyes were married 10 July 1567 at the parish church in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England. They subsequently resided in Fressingfield, where they had various properties, some or all of which had been left to William by his father, Robert Aldous, who had died in 1560. Included in William's inheritance was the family dwelling, with adjoining lands, called Bourneys; a portion of the home was reserved for his mother to use during her life. After the father died, and before William was wed, he and his two other unmarried brothers had shared a section of the house designated by their father. William also received a close, or enclosed field, called Bardenes; and the major portion of a farm, which had had buildings upon it, called Cotwyns. Specific items he inherited were his father's horse mill, with the stones and other appurtenances to it, four milk cows, and a bay mare. William's mother lived until 1576, and during that time William undoubtedly kept the faith his father had in him in providing her with various items. After she died William and Yorgaret were able to add to their use t he part of the house that had been hers. By that time they had become parents to four daughters. Three years later they were blessed with a son, which they named Stephen. When the lad was not yet five years old his father passed away. William left no will, but evidently his property passed to his son, for Stephen later transmitted it by will to his own son. W illiam died in December of 1583. In 1596 William's brother John prepared his will, and in it named William 's son-in-law William Brame. It seems certain that Margaret is the "Margarett Aldous widow" who was buried at Fressingfield 5 June 1605.

source. James Feavearyear @ genes for 1525 & Lynn Iliffe @ genes
& Bernice Field @ genes who writes:
Buried: 04/12/1583; Fressingfield.Aldous descendant, Descendants of William Aldous of Fressingfield. Aldous descendant, Descendants of William Aldous of Fressingfield. Aldous descendant, Descendants of William Aldous of Fressingfield, IGI record. From records in the posession of Tim Farr. William Aldous and Margaret Noyes were married 10 July 1567 at the parish church in Fressingfield, Suffolk, England. They subsequently resided in Fressing-field, where they had various properties, some or all of which had been left to William by his father, Robert Aldous, who had died in 1560. Included in William's inheritance was the family dwelling, with adjoining lands, called Bourneys; a por-tion of the home was reserved for his mother to use during her life. After the father died, and before William was wed, he and his two other unmarried brothers had shared a section of the house designated by their father. William also re-ceived a close, or enclosed field, called Bardenes; and the major portion of a farm, which had had buildings upon it, called Cotwyns. Specific items he inherit-ed were his father's horse mill, with the stones and other appurtenances to it, four milk cows, and a bay mare. William's mother lived until 1576, and during that time William undoubtedly kept the faith his father had in him in providing her with various items. After she died William and Yorgaret were able to add to their use the part of the house that had been hers. By that time they had become parents to four daughters. Three years later they were blessed with a son, which they named Stephen. When the lad was not yet five years old his father passed away. William left no will, but evidently his property passed to his son, for Stephen later transmitted it by will to his own son. William died in December of 1583. In 1596 William's brother John prepared his will, and in it named William's son-in-law William Brame. It seems certain that Margaret is the "Margarett Aldous widow" who was buried at Fressingfield 5 June 1605.


William married Margaret Noyes on 10 Jul 1567 in Fressingfield, Suffolk England. (Margaret Noyes was born in 1540 in Fressingfield, Suffolk England and died on 5 Jun 1605 in Fressingfield, Suffolk England.)


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