Cumberbatch Family History

Administration of Richard Cumberbach dated 17 Jan 1632/33

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  • Title Administration of Richard Cumberbach dated 17 Jan 1632/33 
    Repository National Library of Wales 
    Source ID S8558 
    Text Nov[er]int universi p[er] p[rese]ntes nos Jane COMBERBACH de Harden [Hawarden] in Com[itatus] Flint Vid [widow] et Thomas MIERES de eadem in Com[itatus] pred[icto] Agricolam teneri et fermiter obligari Guilielmo GRIFFITHS e Comissario et officiali exemptes Jurisdicon de Hawarden in quad raginta libris [£40] bone et legalis monet[a] Angliæ solvendis eidem Guilielmo GRIFFITHS Comissario et officiali antedict aut suo rerto attennato executoribus administratora suis et assignatis suis Ad qua[m] quide[m] solucio[n]em bene et fidel[ite]r faciendam obligamus nos et _ _ uram per presentes tote et in solid heredes exec[utores] et ad[m]ini[st]ratores ures fermiter per presentes sigillis ures sigillati dat[o] xvij die mensis Janurarij Anno regni dei mo Caroli dei gra[tia] Anglie France et Hibine [Ireland] regine fidei defenser et Octavo [8th Charles 1st = 1633] Anno d[omi]ni 1632[/33].

    [8 Charles 1st = 1625 + 8 = 1633]

    Know all by these presents, that we, Jane COMBERBACH of Hawarden in the County of Flint widow and Thomas MIERES of eadem in the County aforesaid farmer are bound and firmly obliged to Guilielmo GRIFFITHS Commissioner and official of the parish of Hawarden in forty pounds [£40] of good and legal money of England to pay to the same Guilielmo GRIFFITHS or his heirs, executors or assigns, To well and faithfully make payment of which, we firmly bind ourselves and all of our heirs, executors and administrators by the presents, sealed with our seals the 17th day of January in the 8th year of the Charles 1st and the year of 1632 [17 January 1632/33].

    The condicon of the above written Obligacon is such that the above bounden Jane CUMBERBACH the relict & administratix of all the goods cattells & chattels of Richard CUMBERBACH late of the p[ar]ish and Jurisdiccon of Hawarden deceased and will well and truely administer all and singular the gods cattells and chattels of the said decedant as far such as the said goods shall extend and as the law will & guide here in that behalfe and alsoe do make & yield up a true and p[er]fect accompte of her p ad[ministra]con then ___ so often as shee shall be thereunto lawfully called & such p[ar]te & C[ondi]con of the residue of the said goods cattells and ___ as shall bee found remaining upn her said accompt examined and allowed by the judge of the Jurisdiccon of Hawarden aforesaid for time being shall de___ and if pose it in such ___ as the judge shall … [etc]
    Thomas MYERES

    Inventory of goods valued at £9 
    Linked to Richard Comberbach
    Thomas Meires
    Jane Roberts 

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    • Source Type: Administration