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ages of one and twenty years and to the said two daughters at ages of
one and twenty or days of marriage. My daughter Priseilla Garford
the wife of Richard Garford citizen and stationer of Loudon. My grand
child Ellen Benyon the daughter of Thomas Benion late citizen and dra-
per of London deceased. My grandchild Meryall Harris the daughter of
Charles Harris citizen and leatherseller of London. I give and bequeath
unto Elizabeth, Mary aud Sara Foote. my grandchildren, the daughters of


ir»y son Thomas Foote, citizen and grocer of London, thirty pounds apiece
at ages of one and twenty or days of marriage. To my grandchildren
Samuel, John, Josuah and Elizabeth Foote, the children of my son Samuel
Foote, citizen and grocer of London, thirty pounds apiece, the sons at
twenty one and the daughter at twenty one or day of marriage. Mr. John
Donne, parson of the foresaid parish of St. Bennett Grace church, and his
wife. Mr. Ward the lecturer of the said parish. Mr. Greene a preacher
at Roystou in the couuty of Cambridge. My cousin Mr. John Brooke,
preacher, Benjamin Brookes the son of Thomas Brookes late citizen and
haherdasherof London deceased, at twenty one. My cousin Rebecca Brooke,
his sister, at twenty one or day of marriage. My son Susan Brooke (in
similar terms). My god daughter Sara Foote the (laughter of Alexander
Foote. My godson Thomas Bonner the son of John Bonner deceased.
My god daughter Mary Hayes the daughter of John Hayes. My godson
John Foote son of Robert Foote citizen and grocer of London. Thomas
Foote son of James Foote citizen and ironmonger of London. Josuah
Foote son of Josua Foote citizen and ironmonger of London. All these
called godchildren. Elizabeth Hewitt widow. Christ's Hospital. Other
charities. To my cousin Robert Foote of St. Dunstan's parish three pounds.
To Daniel Foote of Cambridge three pounds. Sous in law Richard Gar-
ford, John Hayes and Charles Harris. Sons Thomas and Samuel to he ex-
ecutors. Seager, 88.

John Hayes of St. Bennet Grace Church, citizen and grocer of Lon-
don, 29 October 1638, proved 16 November 1638. My personal estate
&c. to be divided into three equal parts according to the laudable Custom of
the City of London. One part to wife Mary and another part to my two
children Mary and William Hayes. The other third part thereof being by
God's assistance at my own power to dispose I do reserve to pay and per-
form this my will and these my legacies hereafter mentioned. The poor
of this parish. The poor of Cookeham in Berks where I was born. My
sister Jane Ives of Burnham, widow. My cousin Michael Ives.* My sis-
ter Judith Hardinge. My sister Myriall Hayes. My cousin Jane Brewen
widow. My cousin Robert Hayes, ironmonger. I do will and give to my
brother in law and partner Mr. Thomas Foote, grocer, the sum of forty
shillings in mojiey to make him a ring. Cuthbert Corney, grocer.

Lee, 136.

[G April 1G11, a marriage license was granted to John Hayes, grocer, of St.
Bonnet, Grafcechurch, bachelor, 3G, and Elizabeth Foote, of same, maiden, 29,
daughter of John Foote, of same parish, grocer, who consents to the marriage.

31 Oct. 1(517, John Hayes, of St. John, Walhrook, London, grocer, and Mary
Have., of same, widow of James Hayes, late of same, grocer, deceased. —
Walter K. Watkixs.]

Robert Hammond citizen and brewer of London, 3 February 1640,
proved 5 May 1641. Goods &c. to be divided into two equal parts ac-
cording to the ancient and laudable Custom of the City of London, where-
of one part to my loving wife Judith according to the said custom. The
other half part to he divided into two equal parts, one of which I give to
my brother Leonard Ilamond and the other to my two sisters Mary

« There was a Michael or Miles Ives in Watertown the next year (see Savage).


Browne and Anne Battall. I give and bequeath unto Anne Foote of
Shalford in Essex, widow, one annuity or yearly payment of four pounds
of lawful money of England for and during the term of her natural life.
Wife Judith to be executrix. Evelyn, 59.

Robert Foote citizen and grocer of London, 4 February 1645, proved
4 September 1646. To wife Elizabeth, in lieu of forty pounds worth of
goods which by my covenant before our marriage (among other things
therein) I was to leave her, I give all my bedding, bedsteads, sheets &c. I
will and appoint tho.se moneys &c. by me already given to my sons John
and Samuel Foote to be and remain to them and either of them respec-
tively. And I also remit to and discharge my said son John of all debts
&c. To son Robert five hundred pounds, to be paid unto him at his age of
one and twenty years. If he depart this life before such his age attained I
give it unto my said son Samuel Foote and his children. To my son
Joseph Myles I give twenty pounds, to be £>aid unto him when he shall
commence Bachelor of Arts, and to my daughter Elizabeth Miles I give
twenty pounds to be paid unto her on the day of her marriage. Reference
to " the portion which I gave with my daughter Elizabeth in marriage to
Ralph Griggs." Leases, goods &c. which I have in Ireland. Said daugh-
ter's children. Sons John and Samuel to be joint executors.

Twisse, 131.

Joseph Miles clerk, rector of Rothehithe ah Redriffe Surrey, 16 Au-
gust 1601, proved 30 September 1661. Nuncupative will. I give and
bequeath all my estate whatsoever unto my mother Mrs. Elizabeth Foote.
Sam: Foot a witness. Sworn to 20 September 1661. May, 142.

Sir Thomas Foot of West Clandon, Surrey, knight and baronet, 26
October 1680, with a codicil added 2 January 1683, proved 17 November
1687. To be buried in the church of Westham, Essex, near late deceased
wife, and a monument to be set up, to the value of three or four hundred
pounds. Sundry charities. The Grocers Company. Loving brother Sir
Henry Tulse knight and Sir James Edwards knight to dispose of the gift
to the poor of that company. Ten poor ministers' widows. Thomas
Woodward of West Clandon, clerk, lo preach my funeral sermon. Lov-
ing sons in law Arthur Onslow Esq., Sir Francis Roll knight, Denzell
Onslow Esq. and my grandson Richard Onslow Esq.. The poor of St.
Bennet Grace Church, London, of Olives old Jewry, London, of Playstow
in Westham, Essex, of Raystone in Herts and Cambridge and of Lawrence
Walthara, Berks. My loving daughter Mary the wife of the said Arthur
Onslow. My two daughters, Dame Sarah Lewis, the wife of the said
Denzell Onslow, and Priscilla, the wife of the said Sir Francis Roll.
Thomas Onslow son of my grandson Richard Onslow and Elizabeth Ons-
low, daughter of the said Richard. Am informed that the wife of the
said Richard Onslow, my grandson, is with child. Stock in the East India
Company. Grandson Foot Onslow who is now beyond the seas and who
I hope and desire will be a citizen and take his freedom of the Grocers
Company. Sir Robert Reve, baronet, and the Lady Mary his wife, my
grand daughter. My grandson Arthur Onslow. My grand daughter
Katherine Onslow. Grandson Henry Onslow, at one and twenty. The
Earl of Huntington and the Lady his wife, my grand daughter, and their three


children. The Lord Deiucourt and the Lady liis wife my grand daughter.
Nathaniel Bacon one of my tenants at Raystone aforesaid. Sigismond
Stidolph Esq. and his wife, my grand daughter. Grandson Henry Roll
Esq. and such of his sisters as shall be unmarried at the time of my de-
cease. Grandchild Elizabeth Roll. Grandchild Frances Roll. Grand-
child Sarah Roll. Grandchild Priscilla Roll. Grandchild xMary Roll.
The Lady Tulse wife of my loviug brother Sir Henry Tulse. My cousin
Miriall Roe widow. My cousin Ward, wife of John Ward. Cousin Dr.
Daniel Foot. Cousin Edward Cutts. Cousin Susanna Cutts the wife of
Richard Lockwood. Cousin Samuel Foot, a linen draper in Grace Church
Street, and the mother of the said Samuel. My cousin the widow Samp-
sou and her daughter Mrs. Mary Dunne. Robert Sampson sou of my
cousin Sampson. Godson Richard Sherley. My daughters Mary Onslow,
Dame Sarah Lewys and Dame Priscilla Roll to be executrices.

Foot, 136.

[Sir Thomas Foote, Knight and Baronet, Lord Mayor of London in 1649, died
12 October 1687, in his 96th year, and buried in All Saints Church, West Ham,
Esses. He was created baronet 21 November 1660, with the title to revert on
his death to his son-iu-law, Arthur Onslow, of AVest Clandon. 16 December
1625, a marriage license was grauted to Thomas Foote of St. Bennet, Grace-
church, London, grocer, and Elizabeth Boddicot of Stepney, Middlesex, widow
of Augustine Boddicot. The testator was a son of John and Margaret (Brooke)
Foot of London, and grandson of Robert Foot of Royston. John Foote of St.
Bennet, Gracechurch, grocer, and Margaret Brooke, spinster, of same, were
granted a marriage license 10 April 1581, and they were married 11 April 1581,
at St. Mary, Woolchurch. His son-in-law, Arthur OusIoav, was the eldest son
of Sir Richard Onslow of Cromwell's time, and married first, Rose, daughter of
Nicholas Stoughton ; and second, Mary, second daughter of the testator. Sarah,
third daughter of the testator, married first, Sir John Lewis, whose will is
given, ante p. 1274, and second, Ocnzil Onslow, youngest son of Sir Richard.

23 January 1654, at St. Mary, Woolchurch Haw, was recorded : "The War-
shipful Francis Rolle, Esquire, the sou of the Right Honourable Henry Rolle,
Lord Chiefe Justice of the Court of Upper Bench, and Mrs. Priscilla Foot, the
daughter of the Worshipful Thomas Foot, Esquire, sometime Lord Maior of
the Honourable Citty of London, of the Parish of St. Olaves Jury, were married
the 23 rd January; he was of Sepulchers Parish, without Newgate." Another
daughter, Elizabeth, married Sir John Cutler, citizen and grocer of London, as
his second wife, by whom he had a daughter who died before his death, which oc-
curred 15 April 1693. This Sir John was sadly satirized by Pope for his avarice.
Sir Arthur Onslow died 21 July, 1688, leaving four sons and three daughters.
His eldest son, Richard, born 1654, Baron Onslow, Speaker of the House
1798, Lord of the Treasury, Chancellor, etc., married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir
Henry Tulse, and had Thomas 2d, Lord Onslow. The second son of Sir Arthur
Onslow, Foot Onslow, was Commissioner of Excise, 1694-1710. He died 11
May 1710. He married Susanna Anlaby, t>nd had Arthur and Richard and live
daughters. Arthur Avas Speaker of the House of Commons for five consecuiive
Parliaments. The other two sons of Sir Arthur Onslow and Mary Foot were
Arthur and Henry, who died unmarried. The daughters were Mary, who mar-
ried Sir Robert Reeve of Thwaite ; Catherine, who married Sir William Clarke
of Shobington; and Elizabeth, who died unmarried. — Walter K. Watkins.]

Samuel Foote citizen and ironmonger of London, 5 November 1G91,
proved 8 February 1691. Goods &c. to be divided into three equal shares,
of which one part to wife Mary and another to daughter Mary Foote. The
third for legacies &c. House in Grace Church Street. Uncle Mr. James
Berry. Fane, 27.


Samuel Foot of Londou merchant, 17 October 1705, proved 16 March
1710. My will is that there be given at my funeral forty rings, of twenty
Bhillings value each, to forty of my relations, friends and acquaintances.
To loving uncle Mr. Robert Foot of London, merchant, all my estate,
right, title &c. of, in and to all that my equal and undivided moiety or half
partrof that messuage or tenement in Crosby Square in the parish of St.
Hellens within Bishopsgate Street, London, now in the tenure or occupa-
tion of him my said uncle, which said messuage is held and enjoyed by me
and my said uncle by and under a lease (purchased by us in 1703). I give my
said uncle Mr. Robert Foot my freehold messuage known by the name
or sign or the Bull Inn, now or late in the occupation of Thomas Carter,
in South Miras, Middlesex (and other lands there) and six tenements on
the south side of the high street called Holborne and in Bartlett Buildings or
Bartlett Street in the parish of St. Andrews, Holboru, in or near the suburbs
of the City of London, to hold for life. After the decease of my said uncle
Robert I give the Bull Inn to George Foot of London, wet Salter, and my niece
Katherine Foot his wife, for their lives, and afterwards to the heirs of the body
of the said Katherine lawfully begotten, or to be begotten, with remainder to my
nephews and nieces Cecill Walker, Charles Heneage, Phebe Ileneage, Grace
and Bridget Ileneage, sou and daughters of my late dear sister the Lady
Phebe Heneage deceased, Samuel Lamber (son of my late sister Sarah
Lambert, widow, deceased) and Francis Bowyer (son of my sister Mary
Bowyer, widow) and to their heirs and assigns forever, equally to be di-
vided betwixt them as tenants in common and not as joint tenants. Certain
lands in Herts and Middlesex (after decease of said uncle Robert) to
my cousin Henage Walker, son of my said niece Cecill Walker. The six
tenements in Holboru and Bartlett Buildings to my nephew Francis Bow-
yer. Two thousand pounds to the said five children of my said late dear
sister Lady Phebe Ileneage deceased, viz 1 Cecill Walker, widow, Charles,
Phebe, Grace and Bridget Heneage, i.e. four hundred pounds apiece.
Two thousand pounds to nephew Samuel Lambert. To my loving sister
Elizabeth Juxon, widow, two thousand pounds. The same to sister Anne Vi-
vian, widow, and to sister Mary Bowyer. Other bequests to above-named
nephews and nieces. One thousand five hundred pounds to niece Katharine
wife of George Foot. To my cousin Sarah Bagnall daughter of Mr. Joseph
Bagnall of London, sugar baker, by my niece Margaret, his late wife de-
ceased, seven hundred and fifty pounds. The same to cousin William
Bagnall, son of the said Joseph by his said wife. Four hundred pounds to
the seven children of my late cousin Joseph Gregge, late of Chelsey,
Middlesex, gen* deceased, viz 1 Dorothy, wife of Ralph Grantham gen 1 ,
Anne, Mary, Joseph, Robert, Thomas and Constance Gregge. To Eliza-
beth Grantham, widow, one hundred pounds. The same to my cousin
Elizabeth Lea and fifty pounds to cousin Alice Lea. Fifty pounds to Lady
Martha Clutterbnck and the same to her daughter Margareta Felicia. The
same to Ellen Underwood. Three hundred pounds to said uncle Mr. Robert
Foot and two hundred pounds to my dear aunt Mrs. Anne Foot, his wife.
Two hundred pounds to my cousin Mr. Thomas Gregge of Clements Inn,
gen 1 . Ten pounds apiece (for mourning) to my brother in law Sir Michael
Ileneage, the said Joseph Bagnall and Mrs. Sarah Morse. Sundry Hos-
pitals. The poor of the parish of St. Hellens where I inhabit. Sundry
prisons. My said uncle Mr. Robert Foot and my said cousin Mr. Thomas
Gregge to be joint executors. A codicil sworn to by the executors, in


which Robert Foot is described as of Crosby Square, Great Helleus. A
legacy to John Walker of seven hundred and fifty pounds. Young, 55.

[The uncle of the testator, Mr. Robert Foot, was church warden of St. Helen's,
Bishopgate. He built a vault in the chancel in which was interred, 13 Septem-
ber, 1720, his wife Ann Foot. 27 August, 1713, there was interred in this vault
Mary Bowyer, widow, mentioned in the will. A marriage license was granted
1 September, 1662, to Michael Heneage of Gray's Inn, gent, bachelor, age about
30, and Phoebe Foote of St. Mary, Aldermanbury, spinster, about 19 years, with
the consent of her father, Samuel Foote, of same, merchant. Sir Michael died
December, 1711, leaving four daughters and one son, Charles Heneage, whose
only children, two daughters, dying unmarried, the family inheritance devolved
on Cecil, daughter of Sir Michael, who married John Walker of the Inner
Temple and Hadley, Middlesex, and their descendant, George Heneage Wyld,
took by royal license the surname and arms of the family of Walker^Heneage
in 1818. 26 September, 1661, a marriage license was granted Thomas Juxon of
St. Mary, Aldermanbury, merchant, bachelor, about 35, and Elizabeth Foote, at
same, spinster, about 18, with consent of her father, Samuel Foote, of same,
merchant. 11 November, 1662, William Lambert, apothecary, of All Hallows,
Bread St., bachelor, age about 30, was licensed to Sarah Foote of St. Mary,
Aldermanbury, spinster, age about 19, with consent of her father, Samuel Foote,
Esq. — Walter K. Watktns.]

Robert Foot of London, merchant, 6 April 1714, proved 15 June
1714. I being no freeman of the City of London did, on or before the
marriage with my loving wife Anne, by deed dated on or about 20 Au<nist
1679, covenant with Mr. Thomas D'aeth, her trustee, that I would leave
her so much as she would be intituled unto as my widow by force and cus-
tom of the City of Londou in case I had been a freeman thereof. I now
bequeath unto her eight thousand pounds in satisfaction and discharge of such
covenants. I give her all my right, title and term of years in the mes-
suage in Crosby Square, where I now dwell, and my coach, chariot, horses,
household stuff &c. I give her two hundred pounds to distribute among
her relations as she pleases. To Sarah Morse, her niece, eight hundred
pounds. To Elizabeth Lea, widow, the daughter of my deceased brother
John Foot, five hundred pounds. But if she die before receiving this
legacy it shall be paid to her children then living. To Elizabeth Juxon and
Anne Vivian, widows, daughters of my deceased brother Samuel Foot, one
thousand pounds, i. e. five hundred pounds each. To Francis son of my
deceased sister Gregg five hundred pounds. Item I give, devise and be-
queath unto the sons of my sister Elizabeth Goddard, deceased, in New
England, the sura of two thousand pounds to be distributed among them all
share and share alike, equally to be divided among such of them as shall
be living at the time of my decease. To the son and daughters of the de-
ceased Lady Phebe Heueage fifteen hundred pounds equally to be divided
among them. Five hundred pounds each to the son of the deceased Sarah
Lambert and the son of the deceased Mary Bowyear (for his own and sis-
ter's use). Fifteen hundred pounds to the sons and (laughters of Thomas
Gregge deceased. One thousand pounds to the sons and daughters of
Francis Gregge. Four hundred pounds to the sons and daughters of
Joseph Gregge deceased. Fifty pounds to. the son of Elizabeth Gran-
tham deceased. Twenty five pounds each to Elizabeth Blackwell and
Priscilla Fryer, widows. Fifty pounds each to Francis Foot of Gray's
Inn and his brother John Foot. To young students in divinity. Sundry
hospitals aud prisons. The poor of St. Helens and the minister there.
Residue to wife Anne and to the aforenamed Samuel Lambert, son of


my deceased niece Sarah Lambert, to be equally divided, and I appoint
them to be executors. Aston, 115.

Anne Vivian of the parish of 'St. Helen, Loudon, widow, 29 June
1725, proved 2 October 1725. As to my body I desire it may be decently
and very privately, without any vaiu pomp, buried from the place where I
shall happen to die in the parish church of St. Hellens, as near to my de-
ceased sister Mrs. Juxou as conveniently can be, and that only the pulpit
and desk in the church be hanged with mourning and that my corpse may
be carried into the church at the little door thereof. To my dear nephew
Mr. Samuel Lambert one hundred guineas and also my pair of silver
candlesticks, snuffers and extinguisher, and I desire his acceptance thereof
as a token of the great love aud respect I bear towards him and not as a
recompeuce for the duty and respect he has", upon occasions, most affec-
tionately shown me, nor for the great service and kind assistance he has
given me in my affairs, which I am not otherwise capable of rewarding
tbau by my gratefully acknowledging the same. My dear nephew Mr.
Francis Bowyeare. Share in the capital stock of the South Sea Company.
My dear niece Mrs. Cartherine Foot, widow, aud Marmaduke Alington
of Lincoln's Inn, Esq. William Bowyeare son of my said nephew Fran-
cis Bowyeare. Catherine Bowyear daughter of the said Francis. My
dear nieces Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Brockhurst and Mrs. Bagnall. The three
daughters of my nephew Charles Ileneage deceased at their ages of one
aud twenty years. My niece Mrs. Pool. Two small pictures set in gold,
being the pictures of my father and brother Foot. Francis Bowyear sou of
my nephew Francis. My cousin Mrs. Hooper widow. My cousin Mrs.
Alice Hal ford widow of Mr. Benjamin Hal ford. My cousin Robert Lee,
eldest son of my cousin John Lee, and his brothers and sisters (except his
brother Leonard Lee). My cousin Mrs. Hooper for her nephew Joshua
Gearing, an infant. Interest in tenements and lands in Watling Street.

Romuey, 222.

[This family of Foote whose wills I have here given should be of interest to
many in New England. Joshua Foote, one of the sons of Robert Foote of
Shalford, was a citizen and ironmonger of London, and his name will be found
often mentioned in Lechford's Note Book and also in the Records of Suffolk
county, Mass. He went to Roxbury and afterwards to Providence, as Savage
informs us, and died there in 1G55. His will was dated 2 October of that year,
and under it administration was granted at Boston, 31 October of same year, to
Joshua Hewes, who also was of Roxbury and who is proved by these wills to
have been his nephew, being a son of John Hewes of Royston by Mary, daugh-
ter of Robert Foote of Shalford and sister of Joshua Foote. I would suggest
also that Nathaniel Foote of Watertown may have been another of the sons of
Robert Foote of Shalford. Elizabeth Goddard, the wife of William Goddard
of Watertown, turns out to be connected with this family; but I tako it she was
not a Foote but a Miles, sister of that Rev. Joseph Miles whose will I have
given and stepdaughter of Robert Foote, citizen and grocer of London (brother
of Joshua and Nathaniel Foote and of Mrs. Mary Hewes). I find that commis-
sion issued at London 18 June, 1G31 to Elizabeth Mile? relict of Benjamin Miles
lately of Ware, Herts, to administer his goods &c. This may have been the
father of Joseph Miles and Elizabeth Goddard. If so it was this widow
Elizabeth Miles who afterwards became the wife of Robert Foote.

Another interesing connection of this family is with the Onslow family aud
with Sir John Lewis, a brother-in-law of our Nathaniel Newdigate or Newgate.
Still another is with that "famous" family of Juxon as (I think) Cotton
Mather calls them, which was connected with New England through tho
Sheafes and the Byflelds aud also with Virginia. The wills relating to the


Juxous aud their connections will follow. Let me first however give a short
pedigree of the Foote Family which I found at the British Museum in a volume
devoted to London Pedigrees aud the Visitation of Surrev (Add. MS. 5533,
fol. 99).

Robert Foote of Royston= da. of aft. mar.

descended out of

to - — Hall, Serg*. Trumpeter
to Qu. Eliz:.

John Foote of London, grocer=Margaret, da. of Brooke

born at Roystou. of Loudon.

Sir Thomas Foote of London=Elizabeth da. of Will" 1 . Motte

Sheriff 1645 and aft, Lord
Mayor 1649. Knight and

Baronet 1660.

of Loudon son of Robert

Motte bell founder to

Qu. Eliz.

Elizabeth wife of wife of Sarah wife of Priscilla wife of

Sir John Cutler of Arthur Onslow Sir John Lewis Sir Francis Rowles

London, grocer, of Clendon, of Yorkshire. of Herts.

Knight and Baronet. Surrey. Knight and Baronet.

[The manuscript of Edward Goddard, b. 1675, d. 1754, in Framingham,
states: " My mother's father's name was Benj. Miles; he died when she was
young, left but two children, viz. : herself and one brother named Joseph, who
was educated for and afterward settled in the Avork of the ministry at a place
called Red-riff, which is a border of ye city of Londou. My grandmother
Miles had a second husband, one Mr. Foot, a worthy and religious merchaut of

Londou, and cousin german to her former husband ; had auother, Roberts,

educated a merchant. * * * * He Avas a great benefactor to my mother
during her life : sent tokens of his love yearly to us Avho Avere her children :
after her decease, at his death, left a legacy of £400 sterling, to be divided
among us. The substance of his estate he left to his Avife, and to a Avorthy
kinsman descended from the family of the Foots, viz. : Mr. Samuel Lambert,
who approved himself not only a just aud houest man to us all, but a great

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