Deborah Ayliffe

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Deborah Ayliffe, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), died before 20 December 1717 when her will was proved.1

Deborah married, as his 2nd wife, Henry Walrond, Esq., son of Humphrey Walrond and Grace Seaman, at St. John's Parish, Barbados, 3 September 1663.1

Deborah left a will dated 4 October 1717, and proved 20 Dec 1717, of St. John's Parish, widow. In it she mentioned:
To be interred near the body of my husband in St Philips Parish church
Elizabeth Farwell;
Sarah Street;
Elizabeth Logan, widow of my late overseer James Logan
my kinswoman Jane Thornhill the daughter of Hon michaell Terrill Esq deceased and the wife of Dowding Thornhill Esq of St Lucys;
friend James Littleton of Chatham, England;
my grand daughter Deborah Knightly youngest daughter of Capt Richard Nightly, London merchant;
grand sons Edward Warner, Ashton Warner, and Henry Warner;
daughter Jane Lightfoot–my wedding ring;
my negro women Violet and Lucy–freedom;
my son Edward Walrond–executor, if he dies my grand daughter Cornelia Sandiford wife of Lt. William Sandiford of St Lucys–executrix;
my friend William Sandiford Esq Overseer until the arrival of said son in Barbados;
signed Deborah (x) Walrond;
Witnesses: Capt. William hart, Allexdr: Kidney, H. Waterman, and Eliza Cleaver.2


Henry Walrond, Esq. b. bef. 1645, d. bef. 12 Jan 1692/93
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  1. [S413] Joanne McRee Sanders, Barbados Records: Marriages 1643-1800 (2 vols., Houston, Texas: Sanders Historical Publications, 1982), 1:437, further cited as Sanders, Barbados Marriages.
  2. [S410] Joanne McRee Sanders, compiler, Barbados Records: Wills and Administrations (3 vols., Houston, Texas: Sanders Historical Publications, 1979-1981), 3:355, further cited as Sanders, Barbados Wills.