Isabel White

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ChartsAncestors of Harriet Hanson Robinson
Isabel White, daughter of Thomas White, died before 13 November 1488,1 and was buried at St. Mary's, Beverly, Yorkshire, England.1

Isabel married Alexander Creyke, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here).1

Isabel White left a will dated 22 May 1480, and proved 13 November 1488:2
be buried in the church of the Blessed Mary of Beverley, near the burial-place of her parents.
To Thomas Creyke her son she leaves a silver piece covered, with an eagle on the cover.
To her daughter Agnes Hildyard her zone of silver gilt " cum stipite nigro," and a covered cup bound with silver and gilt.
To Joan wife of Thomas Creyke a pair of beads of coral.
To Robert son of Thomas Creyke a silver piece which she had lately from Henry Holme and twelve silver spoons.
To Anthony son of the said Thomas Creyke a silver piece.
To Agnes daughter of the said Thomas Creyke a zone of silver gilt, a cup (murrain) and six silver spoons.
To Joan wife of Thomas Creyke a zone of silver gilt.
The residue she bequeaths to Thomas her son and Agnes Hildyard her daughter.

Family

Alexander Creyke d. bef. 4 Sep 1485
Child
This person was last edited on5 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. [S2051] J. W. Clay, editor, Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, with additions, 3 vols. (Exeter, England: William Pollard & Co., 1899-1917), 2:447, further cited as Clay, Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire.
  2. [S2075] James Raine, John Williams Clay, and James Raine [Jr] Testamenta Eboracensia, or Wills Registered at York: Illustrative of the history, manners, language, statistics, etc., of the province of York, from the year MCCC downwards, 6 vols. (: Surtees Society), 2:167n, further cited as Raine, Clay, and Raine, Testamenta Eboracensia.