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8192. John BASTON

1John Baston 1593 Bampton, Oxfordshire Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, Par/16/1/R1/1. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton
11 August 1593 Jhon Baston fs to Jhon."
The Vicar at this time always misspelled John as Jhon. Image.

2John Baston 1643 Bampton, Oxfordshire Burial Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR/16/1/R1/1. "
St Mary's Church Bampton 21st October 1643.
John Baston a householder.". Image.

3John Baston & Elizabeth Hore 1626 Oxford Marriage Record, Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford, England, Bodl. MS Wood D 5. "
St Clement's Church, Oxford 14th April 1626.
John Bastinne & Mistriss [Elizabeth] Hore."
extracted by Anthony Wood, 1677-80 at which time existed a register dating from 1597. Image.

4St Clement's Church, Oxford, England (photo © Brian Curtis 2004), 14 Apr 1626. "
The Church where John Baston & Elizabeth Hore were married in 1626." Image.

5Elizabeth Baston 1603 Will & 1604 Probate, Elizabeth Baston Will, 20 Jul 1603, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, ref WI 193.86; 4/1/10  1603. "
Legacy to grandson John in Elizabeth Baston's 1603 Will.
Item, I give unto John Baston the sonn of John Baston one bushell of barley."

6John Baston senior 1630 Aston, Bampton, Will & Probate, John Baston, son, 1630, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, ORO W. 115/1/19. "
  In the name of god amen I John Baston of Aston in the county of oxon husbandman and in the year of courageous Lord, Charles King of England the sixeª anno of 1630 being sick in body but of perfect memory thanks be given to god do make this last will and testament in manner following. ffirst and before all other things I commit my soule to god my maker and Jesus Christ my redeemer by whom I hope to have pardon for my sins and my body to the earth whereof it was formed and my body to be buried in the p'ish church yard of Bampton near to the church door down uppon the right hand.touching? my worldly goods which god have lent me.
  Imprimis I bequeath and give to the church yard 5s.
   Item I bequeath and give unto John my son the table board & fframe, the mill at Grafton.
  Item I give and bequeath to Margery my daughter [12d Item give to Alse my]* a cow.
   Item I give to Alse my daughter 18d.
   Item I give and bequeath unto my sonne Johns' children as are now borne a bushel of barley apeece.
  Item I give and bequeath to John Bennetts children one bushel of barley apeece.
   Item I give unto Jone Pryer? & her son John a bushel of barley apeece.  
   Item I give to Agnis Baston & Jone Baston one bushel a barley apeece.
   Item I give and bequeath unto Agnis Dray? (May?) 12d.  
   Item I give & bequeath to Mary May 18d.
   And for all the rest of my goods and I bequeath unto my wife at whom I make my sole executor of this my last will & testament are Edmund Bartlet and John Bennett my son in law whom I make my overseer and I give them 2 shillings apiece to see all that my will is p'formed in manner beforesaid and my funeral expenses payd In wytness & hereof I have sette my hand and seal this day & year above written in the presence of us.
The mark of
Edmund Bartlet                                                                                    (signed) John Baston Senior?
John Bennett
Richard -----
ª It was the sixth year of the reign of Charles I.
* Crossed through/out in the original."
  John, Margery, Agnis & Alse are all mentioned plus son-in-law John Bennett who probably married Margery (there is a baptism of a John Bennet to John & Mar in 1614) and that is why Margery's gift is crossed out. Elizabeth is the only daughter not mentioned, this means she probably died as an infant as there is no further record of her.. "
   Item I bequeath and give unto John my son the table board & fframe, the mill at Grafton.
  Item I give and bequeath unto my sonne Johns' children as are now borne a bushel of barley apeece." Source Image. Citation Image.

7Protestion Oath 1641 ( Catholic Ancestor, February 1997, an article by Tony Hadland). "
  On the 3rd of May 1641, fifteen months before the outbreak of the Civil War, the House of Commons drew up a Protestation Oath with six stated objectives:
   To defend "the true Reformed Protestant Religion, expressed in the doctrine of the Church of England, against all Popery and Popish Innovations",
   To defend "the Power and Privileges of Parliaments",
   To defend "His Majesty's Royal Person, Honour and Estate",
   To defend "the lawful Rights and Liberties of the subjects, and every person that maketh this Protestation",
   To oppose and bring to punishment "all such as shall, either by Force, Practice, Counsels, Plots, Conspiracies or otherwise" oppose anything in the Protestation,
   To preserve "the Union and Peace between the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland".
   All MPs immediately signed the Protestation.  The following day the House of Lords agreed it and all the Protestant Peers signed.  On the 30th July the House of Commons passed a resolution that all who refused the Protestation were unfit to hold office in Church or Commonwealth.
   Nearly six months later, on the 19th January 1642 (New Style), Speaker William Lenthall, Protestant son of a west Oxfordshire Catholic and a nephew of the Jesuit martyr Robert Southwell, sent copies of the Protestation to the county sheriffs with these instructions:
   The Sheriff and JPs were to meet as soon as possible and take the Oath,
   The JPs were then to disperse to their respective county divisions and bring together the Minister, Constables, Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of every parish,
   These officials were then to "very speedily call together the Inhabitants of their Parishes, both Householders and others, being of Eighteen Years of Age and upwards", and to tender and witness the Oath, listing all who took and refused it,
   The Sheriff was then to collate the returns from the various parishes.
   Hence in February 1642 (NS) most adult males in England and Wales (and in a few cases, women as well) took the Oath.
   Three months later a tax was raised which had a much lower threshold than typical Tudor or Stuart subsidies.  The Tax Assessments include men and women, and also absent landlords or nobility.  Recusants had to pay double and were therefore to be clearly identified.  If the recusant was below the tax threshold of £1 in land, £3 in goods or £10 a year in wages, he or she had to pay a poll tax of 2s 8d.".

8John Basson 1641 Aston & Cote, Oxfordshire Protestation Return, Oxford Record Society, Vol 36, Protestation Returns page 7, 1642. ".". "
John Basson was one of the 133 residents of Aston & Cote who signed the protestation return dated 26th February 1641."
John is the only Baston/Basson appearing in the Bampton Hundred Protestation returns.  This confirms that he is the only adult (over 18) Baston/Basson around at that time, his son John was not quite 18 years old being baptised Nov 1623 and therefore not included.. Image.

9John Baston 1642 Land Tax for Aston & Cote, Oxfordshire, 1642 Tax f10r col2  (or f19r col2 ? ), 26 May 1642, House of Lords Record Office. "
Tax based upon the 1642 Protestation Return.". "
John Baston, 26th May 1642 assessed 6s 9d for land held at Aston & Cote."
  There is only one John Baston mentioned in the Protestation Returns for 1641/2 as he was the only Baston over 18 at the time.  it appears that he was assessed for both this land and for land a Lew (which was probably being farmed by his 18 year old son, John.. Image.

10John Baston 1642 Land Tax for Lew, Bampton, Oxfordshire, 1642 Tax f10r col2  (or f19r col2 ? ), 26 May 1642, House of Lords Record Office. "
     John Baston, 26 May 1642 assessed 5s 0d for the like (land he holdeth)."
There is only one John Baston mentioned in the Protestation Returns for 1641/2 as he was the only Baston over 18 at the time.  it appears that he was assessed for both this land and for land at Bampton & Cote, the land at Lew was probably being farmed by his eldest son, John.. Image.

11John Baston 1648 Bampton, Will  Inventory, 8 Aug 1648, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, I. 107.98;295/4/31. "
  An Inventory . . . of the goods of John Baston of Aston . . .
Inventory taken 4 Aug 1648 by Robert Towndsend and Thomas Fryine
Inventory value: £69 12s 0d
Exhibited: 5 Aug 1648 Oxford by Elizabeth the relict & Administratrix ... As transcribed from a copy of the original document.
Original line- and page-breaks are preserved as far as possible.
A true inventory of all the goods and Chattells of John  Baston of Aston in the parish of Bampton in the County  of Oxon husbanman deceased taken and praysed by  Robert Towndsend and Thomas ffryine the ffower  day of August in the ffower and Twentieth year of  his Ma'st's raign that now is Anno Dom' 1648.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  li    s   d
Imprimis his Waringe apparrell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01 00 00
Ite' mony in his purse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00 05 00
Item in the Hale one table bord and
frame one by_eck and a cubbard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00 05 00
Item in the Chamber ov'r the hale
one Bedsted one ffetherbed two bolsters
two pillowes one peare of Blancets
and one Coverlid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01 00 00
Ite' in the other Chamber one Bedsted
one fflockbed two bolsters one blancete
and one coverlid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  00 10 00
Ite' eight peare of Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  01 10 00
Ite' one tablebord cloth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00 01 00
Ite' in the Kitchin one Malt Mill one ceston
one powdring trow w'th other lumber . . . . . . . . . . . . 00 10 00
Item six pewter platters one quart pott one
old pynt pott two saltcellers two pewter
dishes one Candelstick and on chamber pot . . . . .  00 12 00
Item in the Buttery fower drinke barells . . . . . . . . . . 00 06 00
Item fower kittels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00 10 00
Ite' two old potts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00 06 00
Item five horses ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  05 00 00
Item Tenn Rother? Beast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 00 00
Item three score ships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  12 00 00
Item Corne uppon the ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  27 00 00
Item in the Backsid one longe
Cart one dunge? pott one peare of
wheeles for both carts and one
plow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 02 00 00
Ite' one peare of harrowes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  00 04 00
Item wood and lumber w'th
certayne other things . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  00 03 00
li s d Some is 69 12 00  
Exhibit' fuit hoc Inven'r' apud Oxon Quinto die mensis August Anno d'ni 1648 per Elizabetham R'l'cam et Ad'stricem Greg: Ballard Reg'm."
  For Oxfordshire in 1648 the average wage for a labourer was 12 pence a day (1 shilling or 10 new pence) and for a skilled carpenter 16 pence per day (1s 4d or about 13p). Image.

12Coat of Arms - Baston, English Origin (1), Baston surname. "
Family Coat of Arms (from Burke's General Armory) - English Origin.
Shield: Quarterly per fesse indented or and az (Gold & Blue).
Crest:
 Motto: None.
The  family name originated in Poitou, France and the surname traces its ancestral roots back to French origin."
There is also an  Arms of Cornish origin depicting 3 bats on a Silver background. Image.


8193. Elizabeth HORE

1Elizabeth Hoare, 1596, Oxford, England, Baptism Register (transcript), 29 Dec 1596, OFHS CD OX1. "
St Martin's Church, Oxford.
Elizabeth Hoare baptised."
The only Hoare family at St Martin's was Richard & Edie Hore/Hoare and one of John & Elizabeth's children was christened Edie..

2Elizabeth Baston 1689 Bampton, Oxfordshire, Burial Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR16/1/R1/3 "Book 3". "
St Mary's Church, Bampton.
10th June 1689 Widdow Basson.". Image.

31662 Agreement betwixt Thomas Horde Esq and the Freeholders, Leaseholders & Copyholders of Aston & Cote, History of Bampton, Rev J A Giles 1847, Pages 7 to 11. "
  An Agreement made the four and twentieth day of March, in the fourteenth year (1662) of our Sovereign Lord King Charles the Second, Between Thomas Horde Esq Lord of the Manor of Aston Poges in the county of Oxon of the one part and the Freeholders, Leaseholders and Copyholders of the said manor and other the tenants and owners of lands in Aston aforesaid and in Cote, in the said county of Oxon, whose names are hereunto subscribed, of the other part, as followeth viz:
  Whereas it is considered that an inclosure of the arable fields of Aston and Cote aforesaid will conduce to the great improvement of every man's lands or living there, Now the said Thomas Horde, for the greater encouragement of his tenants there to make inclosure of any the lands which they there hold of him, doth hereby agree THAT if any tenant of the said Mr Horde having but two lives in his living * or but one life and a widow's estate, and shall make any inclosure, Mr Horde shall bear the third part of the charge AND if the tenant shall have but one life without a widow's estate, then Mr Horde to bear all the charge of every such inclosure, and the tenant to preserve the mounds being once made.
  1  AND it is agreed that it shall be lawful at all times hereafter, as well for the Lord of the Manor of the time being as for all or any the tenants and owners of lands in Aston and Cote aforesaid, to enclose all or any their respective arable lands there.
  2  AND it is agreed that Mr Horde may as soon as he pleaseth, enclose fifty four field acres of arable land lying together in the Holiwell field next to the capital messuage in Cote aforesaid, which said LIIII acres is as much arable as usually belongs to two yardlands in Aston and Cote aforesaid.
  3  AND it is agreed that Mr Horde shall give in exchange to those persons whose lands he shall enclose in the said Holiwell field, other lands of as good value as those for which he shall so enclose, AND that it shall be lawful for any of the said tenants and owners of lands to enclose any lands of the Lord's which are let at any rack rent so as Mr Horde may have other lands in exchange of as good value.
  4  AND that upon every inclosure of lands there shall be an abatement of Common proportionable, AND that there shall be likewise abatement of Common for all such little closes as have been formerly enclosed.
  5  AND that Mr Horde may enclose as much of Common called Cote Moor, lying next to the orchard of the said capital messuage as the proportion of two yards of common shall amount unto, The quantity and quality thereof being respected, AND that Mr Horde shall in lieu thereof abate all the Commons belonging to two yard-lands.
  6  AND the said Mr Horde shall hereby choose two men, viz, John Williams and John Fox, And the said freeholders and other tenants have chosen two other men, viz. Thomas Medhop, Gentn, and Thompson Hancks, Gentn, to settle all differences concerning the said inclosures and exchanges and abatements of common IN ALL which they do hereby agree to submit themselves to the order of the said four men or any three of them, and as often as any of the said four men, so chosen, shall die, then such of the parties who elected the person dying, shall elect another in the place of him dying, who shall have the like power with the person first chosen.
  7  AND that all enclosures so made shall continue for ever.
  8  AND that all the parties hereunto shall at all or any time or times hereafter subscribe and seal any other articles or agreement to be drawn and made more fully and at large according to the true intent and meaning of them presents, and also do any further act or thing for the perfecting and establishment of this present agreement and of the inclosures to be made as aforesaid.
  8 (sic)  AND that after the said inclosures shall be made by the said Thomas Horde, the Hames of meadow shall thenceforth for ever go to the officers of the town and other uses as formerly hath been accustomed, so as the same officers shall be sworn at the Lord's court.
  IN WITNESS whereof all the parties hereunto to this present agreement their hands and seals have set the day and year aforesaid
  Signatories include Elizabeth , widow..".

4Hearth Tax, 1662, Aston & Cote, Bampton, Oxfordshire, 30 Sep 1662, National Archives, Kew, London, England, E179/164/504 rot 77. "
Henry Baston  ij (two hearths).
William Baston  i (one hearth).
Baston vidua [widow] (no hearths shown due to page erosion [1665 shows 2 hearths])."
   This Oxfordshire document is explicitly an individual assessment for the first collection for the hearth tax granted to Charles II in 1662.
   A heading gives a date for its submission to the general quarter sessions at Oxford as having taken place on Tuesday 30 September 1662.
  The only returns which survive for Oxfordshire are:-
  Michaelmas 1662 PRO - ref E179/164/504 (bad condition) also available as constable returns E179/255/4.
  Lady Day 1665 - PRO ref E179/164/514.
  Michaelmas 1665 - PRO ref 179/164/513
. "
Vidua (widow) (no hearths shown due to page erosion [1665 shows 2 hearths])." Image.

5William Baston & Widow Baston 1665 Bampton, Hearth Tax, (CAH image DSCF9649), 25 Dec 1665, National Archives, Kew, London, England, E179/164/513 rot 65. "
Michaelmas 1665
William  i (one hearth).
Widdow (sic) [Elizabeth]  ij (two hearths).
[Henry  is not mentioned in the 1665 return]."
   Despite the loss of much detail in its heading, this Oxfordshire document remains explicitly an individual assessment for the sixth collection, due at Lady Day (25 March) 1665, for the hearth tax granted to Charles II in 1662 (as seems confirmed also by an indistinct note in Latin on the dorse of the final rotulet).
   However, a note at the very end of the individual assessment (rot 66d) records the roll's 'allowance' at the quarter sessions in Oxford on 24 April 1666, and a delivery date in May 1666 is entered in the same location (close to the point where the roll is sewn).
   Extant returns for Oxfordshire are:-
  Michaelmas 1662 PRO - ref E179/164/504 (bad condition) also available as constable returns E179/255/4.
  Lady Day 1665 - PRO ref E179/164/514.
  Michaelmas 1665 - PRO ref 179/164/513
. Image.

6Elizabeth Baston widow,1687 Will, Aston, Oxfordshire, Testrix, 20 Apr 1687, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, WI 193.86;4/1/10. ".". "
Testament of Elizabeth of Aston in the parish of Bampton in county oxon, wydowe.
  In the name of god almighty I Elizabeth of Aston in the said parish of Bampton in county Oxon wydowe weak in body but of prefect minde and memory prayed bee God here make my last will and testament the twentieth day of April Anno Dom 1687 as follows ffirst I give and bequeath my soule into the hands of Almighty God my maker trusting most assuredly to be saved by the merits of Jesus Christ my only savior and redeemer and my bodie bee buryed at the discretion of my executors hereafter named.
  Item I give and bequeath unto my sonn John all my dwelling house & other housing and close thereto belonging and one whole yardlands meadow & commons belonging to it and one long cart, one plow, one sextant?, one horse trow & the plow-s upon condition he shall let my executors enjoy all the crop of corne that shall be standing or growing next after my decease and to have three months liberty to thresh & carry away all the corne & hay & other goods.  
   Item I give and bequeath unto my sons Henry  and William one halfe yeardlands meades and commons equally to be divided between them for the terme of my sonn John  life.
   Item I give and bequeath unto my sonn in law John Taylor & his wife ffive pounds of lawfull money of England one year after my decease.  
   Item I give and bequeath unto my sonn in law Robert Irens? and his wife one halfe of all my brass & pewter, one cast bed, one powdering truss, one table board & frame in the cichin one cheese press.  
   Item I give and bequeath unto my sonn in law Thomas Bennett & his wife ffive pounds of lawfull money* of England one yeare after my decease.  
   Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Joane Jecob? the sume of fforty shillings of lawfull money of England to be payd to her one yeare after my decease.
  Item I give and bequeath unto my grand sonn John one dunkcart, one ful? plow
  Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Edith my best bed & bedstead and any other furnyture in the hall chamber and one halfe of all my brass & pewter.  
   All the rest of my goods and chattels unbequeathed my debts and funeral being payd and so formed I give and bequeath unto my sonn William  and my daughter Edith whom I make whole executors of this my last will.  In witness hereof I have here unto sett my hand & seale the day and yeare first above written.
  Oathed & delivered                                                                              Elizabeth
   in the presence of                                                                                 X
  William Bartlett                                                                                  her marke (& seal)
  Samuel Wo--wick
  Tomson ffox."
  * the word "money" is not shown in the original. Image.

7Elizabeth Baston 1687 Will Inventory for Probate 1689, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, W.I. 193,86;4/1/10. "
  The goods and chatels of ye widdow Baston of Aston in the parish of Bampton in ye county of Oxon deceased, ye seventh day of Juley Anno Dom 1689.
  In pricing here purse and her waring cloaths  . . . . . . . . . 5 -  0 - 0
  Her bed and bed cloathing and bed stove   . . . . . . . . . . . 3 -  0 - 0
  In ye hall chamber her chest & her cofer                }                     
   and half a dozen pare of sheetes and other things   } . .  2 -  0 - 6
  In ye kitchen brass & pewter   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 -15 - 4
  In ye buttery 3 laying barrels }
  and there wooden vesels?      } . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  0 - 9 - 9
  In ye said house cheese & other thinges . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 6 - 8
  Malte and barley and all other thinges     }
  in ye roome under ye kitchen                  } . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 3 - 4
  In ye barne wheat and pouls?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 2 - 6
  Hay and straw and wood in ye back side  . . . . . . . . . . . .  1 - 1 - 6
  The plowes and cartes and all other lumbery    }
  goodes in ye back side                                      }. . . . . . . . . 1 - 0 - 6
  The horses and goats  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .  6 - 7 - 3
  The sheep and peges   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 3 - 4
  The crop of? pan? ye grounde of corne and haye . . . . . 25 - 0 - 0
  The lease of her? estate?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 - 0 - 0
  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The whole forming  . . . . . . . . . . . 92 -10 - 8
  This is a true inventory of all her goodes and chatels
  William Yonge (sic), Edmond Young  pransers?
  (Probate granted 8th August 1689)." Image.

8Elizabeth Baston 1689 Probate of 1687 Will, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, W.I. 193.86;4/1/10. "
  Exhibit et apud Bampton 8 Die August 1689 Per Gulielmum et Editham Baston Liberos defra et Executores ye pro beno ye qua hactonus etc sub protestation de addendo ye si --.  Ben. Cooper Reginius deput."
  William & Edith joint Executors. Image.


4096. Joanne (Basson) BASTON

1Joane Baston 1627 Bampton Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR16/1/R1/1 "Book 1". "
St Mary's Bampton 23 March 1627/28
Joane Basson to John.". Image.

2Elizabeth Baston widow,1687 Will, Aston, Oxfordshire, Elizabeth Baston, 20 Apr 1687, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, WI 193.86;4/1/10. ".". "
Legacy to daughter Joan in Elizabeth Baston's 1687 Will.
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Joane Jecob? the sume of fforty shillings of lawfull money of England to be payd to her one yeare after my decease." Image.


4096. Alice (Basson) BASTON

1Alice Baston 1629 Bampton, Oxfordshire, Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, PAR16/1/R1/1. "
St Mary's Bampton 17 March 1629/30
Alice Basson to John.". Image.


4096. Elizabeth BASTON

1Elizabeth Baston 1634 Bampton Baptism Register, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, Par/16/1/R1/1. "
St Mary's Bampton
1st June 1634 Elizabeth Baston fila John Baston.". Image.


4096. Edie BASTON

1Edie Baston 1636 Bampton, Oxfordshire, Baptism Register (Ron Baston Church record list), ORO Par/16/1/R1/1. "
St Mary's Church, Bampton
30 October 1636 Edie Baston fila John Baston.". Image.

2Elizabeth Baston widow,1687 Will, Aston, Oxfordshire, Elizabeth Baston, 20 Apr 1687, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, WI 193.86;4/1/10. ".". "
Legacy to daughter Edith in Elizabeth Baston's 1687 Will.
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Edith Baston my best bed & bedstead and any other furnyture in the hall chamber and one halfe of all my brass & pewter."
Edith was joint executor with her brother William. Image.

3Elizabeth Baston 1689 Probate of 1687 Will, Oxfordshire Record Office, Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, England, W.I. 193.86;4/1/10. "
  Exhibit et apud Bampton 8 Die August 1689 Per Gulielmum et Editham Baston Liberos defra et Executores ye pro beno ye qua hactonus etc sub protestation de addendo ye si --.  Ben. Cooper Reginius deput."
  Edith joint Executor. Image.

4., 2333. Image.


 
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