of Brompton (by Sawdon), co. York, d. 1583.
Date of birth or
Place of birth or baptism: Unknown.
Date of death: 9 October × 10 December 1583.
Place of burial: Brompton by Sawdon, co. York.
Richard Carlill's will, transcribed below, dated 9 October 1583 and proved 10 December 1583, stated that he was to be buried at Brompton.
Spouse: Catherine _____, d. 16 February 1584[/5] × 27 September 1585.
Henry and Elizabeth were mentioned in the will of Richard Carlill, and all four children were mentioned in the will of Catherine Carlill (see the page of Catherine _____ for a transcript of her will).
Henry Carlill, living 27 April 1611;
m. Brompton, 14 October 1585, Frances Casse, who m. (2) James Burton.
John Carlill, of Snainton,
bur. Brompton, 1 January 1620[/1];
m. Anne _____, bur. Brompton, 18 November 1626.
[Brompton PR] The will of John's son Guy Carlill of Snainton, dated 20 November 1620, mentioned his father John and mother Anne [PCY 37: 8, FHL film #99,506].
Elizabeth Carlill, living 16
m. Brompton, 18 July 1593, John Harrison.
Amy Carlill, living 16
m. _____ Barker.
A Henry/Harry Barker is mentioned in both the wills of Richard Carlill and Catherine Carlill.
Thomasine (presumably Carlill),
living 9 October 1583;
m. _____ Dickinson.
She was mentioned in Richard Carlill's will.
It is worth noting that the wills of both Richard and Catherine Carlill mention a certain Jane Cockerell and five Nesfield children.
Will of Richard Carlyll of Brompton, dated 9 October 1583, proved 10 December 1583.
In the name of god Amen, the nynthe daye of
October Anno domini 1583. I Richard
Carlyll of Brompton in Pickeringlythe within the countie
of yorke husbandman sicke in bodie And whole in mynd
makethe this my last will and testament in this maner and forme
Followinge; First I give my soule to al myghtie god my maker and
to Jesus Christe my saviour, and redemer, And my bodie to be
buried within the Churche of Brompton and my mortuarie
as the Law will. Item I give unto Elsabethe Carlill my
doughter one whyt Ridged whye. Item I give unto Henrie
Barker, tenne sheepe, Item I give unto Guy Nesfeild,
John nesfeild, William Nesfeild, Elsabethe Nesfeild, And
Anne Nesfeild everye one of the[m] one Gymer Hogge Item
I give unto Jane Cockerill one yewe. Item I give unto
Richard Carlill and mathewe Carlill eyther of them one Gymmer
Lambe, Item I give unto Tomysone Dickinsone my syster
one halfe a stone of wole. Item I give unto Henrie
Carlill my sonne one Bone wayne. Item I give
unto Katherine my wyfe one bonnd wayne Item I give unto
Katherine my wyfe my farmehold duringe her wyddowe. And after her
widdowe head. It e m
I give yt unto Henrie my sonne. The residue of my goodes
my detts paid my will and funerall expences fulfilled I
give unto Katherine my wyfe, And Henrie Carlill my sonne
whome I make full executoures of this my last will and testament.
Thes beinge witnesses william mylles, Henrie Barker, and
Frannces my wyfe myrrye. Proved 10 December 1583
by Catherine the relict and Henry the son. [PCY 22: 481, FHL film
#99,479; xxxx indicates an illegible word
Brompton PR = Parish registers of Brompton (by Sawdon), co. York, FHL film #573,986.
PCY = Prerogative and Exchequer Court of the Archbiship of York.
Compiled by Stewart Baldwin
First uploaded 13 May 2011.