John WELLARD & Mary FOX married 1745, Thanet St Laurence, Kent
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John WELLARD & Mary FOX married 1746, Thanet St Laurence, Kent



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John Wellard (1707 Thanet St Laurence)& Mary Fox (1714 Thanet St Laurence) married 1745 Thanet St Laurence. Children: William Wellard (1747 Thanet St Laurence) & Elizabeth Sandwell (1746 Thanet St Laurence) married 1778 Thanet St Laurence, Ann Wellard (1747 Thanet St Laurence) & ?William Clark John Wellard (1750 Thanet St Laurence), Robert Wellard (1752 Thanet St Laurence) ?& Sarah Bax (1758) married 1783 Margate, Elizabeth Wellard (1754 Thanet St Laurence), Stephen Wellard (1756 Thanet St Laurence) & Martha Wootton married 1789 Minster in Thanet









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    John Wellard
    baptised 15 Jun 1707
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: William Welleard & Ann Eltenton
    Mary Fox
    baptised 23 Jan 1714
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: Matthew Fox & Mary Peake
    John Wellard & Mary Fox
    married 20 Mar 1746
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence

    John Wellard
    buried 22 Aug 1759
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    Mary Wellard
    buried 13 Dec 1760
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    "widow"




    The children of John Wellard & Mary Fox

    William Wellard
    (1747 Ramsgate - 1811 Minster in Thanet)

    William Wellard
    baptised 20 Apr 1747
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: John Wellard & Mary Fox
    Elizabeth Tomson
    baptised 20 May 1746
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: Lewis Tomson & Mary Spencer
    Elizabeth Tomson/Sandwell & William Wellard
    married (lic) 1 Mar 1778
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence



    witnesses: Daniel Hooper & Ann Clark
    Elizabeth Wellard
    buried 24 Jan 1778
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    "age 41, decay,
    wife of William from Minster"
    William Wellard
    buried 23 Oct 1811
    Kent, Minster on Thanet
    "age 61"





    Ann Wellard
    (1749 Ramsgate - 1826 Thanet St Laurence)

    Ann Wellard
    baptised 22 Jan 1748/9
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: John Wellard & Mary Fox
    William Clark
    baptised c1740
    ?Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    Ann Wellard & William Clark
    marriage unknown
    c1775 ?Kent, Thanet
    William Clark
    buried 15 Oct 1805
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    "age 65, gout"

    ?Will of William Clark Gentleman Ramsgate dated 4 Dec 1805 PROB 11/1434
  • Prerogative Court of Canterbury
  • http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline
  • Ann Clark
    buried 24 Nov 1826
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    "age 77"
    Will of William Clark, d.1805 Ramsgate

    Courtesy of Pat


    NATIONAL ARCHIVES CATALOGUE REFERENCE PROB 11/1434/120

    THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me

    WILLIAM CLARK of Ramsgate in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent Gentleman I being at the time of the executing hereof of sound and disposing mind and memory
    First I give and devise all that my messuage or tenement with the outhouses edifices and buildings gardens ground and appurtenances to the same belonging situate lying and being in Ramsgate aforesaid in a certain street there called the Brick Street and now in my own occupation unto my wife Ann Clarke and her assigns for and during the term of her natural life she and they keeping the same in good and tenantable repair and from and after the demise of my said wife I Give and devise the said messuage or tenement with the outhouses edifices buildings Gardens Ground and Appurtenances unto my children William Clark Mary Clark and Jane Clark equally to be divided between them as Tenants in Common and not as Joint Tenants and to their respective heirs and assigns But if either of my said daughters shall happen to depart this life under the age of twenty-one years without issue then and in such case I Give and devise the part and share of her so dying unto the survivor of them my said daughters and unto my said son William Clark equally between them as Tenants in Common and not as Joint Tenants and to their respective heirs and assigns and if both my said daughters should happen to die under the age of twenty one years without issue then and in such case I Give and devise their parts and shares of and in my said messuage or tenement and premises unto my said son William Clark and to his heirs and assigns Nevertheless if my said daughters or either of them shall happen to die under the age of twenty one years leaving issue then my will is that such issue shall then take and be entitled to that part and share which his her or their mother would have been entitled to under and by virtue of this my Will and my will further is that after the decease of my said wife my said daughters shall and may if they think proper (and not otherwise) use occupy and reside in my said messuage or tenement and premises with their appurtenances thereby paying to my said son William Clark during their residence therein one full third part only of the present yearly rent of the same premises Also I do Give and bequeath all such ready monies as may be in my house at the time of my decease unto my said wife Ann Clark to and for her and absolute use and benefit and I give the full use and enjoyment of all my household goods chattels furniture plate linen of every sort and kind which may be standing and being in and about my said messuage or tenement and premises unto my said wife Ann Clark for and during the term of her natural life and after her decease I Give and bequeath the same unto my said daughters Mary Clark and Jane Clark equally to be divided between them also I give unto my said wife Ann Clark for her life all those dividends interest and profits which shall from time to time arise and grow and all my monies in the public stocks or funds or in any other security or securities whatsoever together with the full use and enjoyment of all that rest and residue of my goods chattels and all other my personal estate whatsoever not hereby by me before disposed of Subject to the payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses and after the decease of my said wife Ann Clark I give and bequeath all my said monies in the public stocks or funds unto my said daughters Mary Clark and Jane Clark equally between them share and share alike to be paid and transferred and assigned to them when they shall attain to their respective ages of twenty one years and the dividends and profits thereof in the meantime I do order and direct shall after the decease of my said wife be paid and applied for and towards the support and maintenance of my said daughters during their respective minorities And if either of my said daughters shall happen to depart this life under the age of twenty one years without issue the I give their part and share of her so dying of and in my said monies in the public stocks or funds unto the survivor of them my said daughters and unto my said son William Clark equally between them And if both my said daughters shall happen to die under the age of twenty one years without issue then I give the whole of my said monies in the public stocks or funds unto my said son William Clark and to his heirs executors administrators and assigns Nevertheless it is my will that if my said daughters or either of them shall happen to die under the age of twenty one years leaving issue then such issue shall have take and be entitled to that part and share which his her or their mother would have been entitled to of my said monies in the public stocks or funds under and by virtue of this my Will and after the decease of my said wife as aforesaid I give all the rest and residue of my goods chattels Bonds securities and all other my personal estate whatsoever unto my said children William Clark Mary Clarke and Jane Clark equally between them share and share alike and to their respective Executors Administrators and Assigns and lastly I do appoint my said wife Ann Clark and my son William Clark joint Executors of this my Will hereby revoking all former Wills by me at any time heretofore made.

    IN WITNESS whereof I the said WILLIAM CLARK the Testator have to each sheet of this my will (in three sheets of paper contained) set my hand and seal this twelfth day of November in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety nine WILLIAM CLARK

    Signed sealed published and delivered by the said William Clark the Testator for and as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed out names as witnesses thereto in the presence of the said Testator

    Fra Small Tamgen Deboch? Robert Small Clk to Fra Small

    THIS WILL was proved at London the fourth day of November in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and five before the Worshipful George Ogilvie Doctor of Laws Surrogate of the Right Honourable William Wynne Knight Doctor of Laws Representative or Commissary of the Perogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the Oath of William Clark the son of the deceased and one of the Executors named in the said Will to whom Administration of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased was granted he having been first Sworn duly to administer power reserved of making the like Grant to Ann Clark Widow the Relict of the deceased and the other Executor nominated in the said Will when she shall apply for the same

    Will of Ann Clark, d.1826 Ramsgate

    Courtesy of Pat

    NATIONAL ARCHIVES CATALOGUE REFERENCE PROB 11/1725/348

    THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me

    ANN CLARK of Ramsgate in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent Widow I direct that my just debts and funeral expenses be first duly paid and satisfied and as to the rest residue and remainder of my estate and effects which I may die possessed of or entitled unto I give and bequeath same unto and between my daughters Mary Clark and Jane Clark Spinsters and now residing with me share and share alike to and for their own use and benefit and I appoint my said daughters joint Executrixes of this my Will and hereby revoking all former Wills by me at any time made I declare this to be my Last Will and Testament

    IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and set my seal this Thirty first day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fourteen ANN CLARK Signed Sealed Published and delivered by the said Ann Clark as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses

    M R Sampson Jim? Stephenson Gt. Queen Street, West

    PROVED at London the 19th May 1827 before me the Worshipful John Danbury Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the Oaths of Mary Clark and Jane Clark Spinsters the daughters the Executrixes whom Administration was granted having been first Sworn duly to administer

    Children of William Clark & Ann Wellard
    ?William Clark?1770 Thanet St Laurence - 1770 Thanet St Laurence -
    William Clark1777 Thanet St Laurence - m 1798 St Nicholas at Wade to Elizabeth White children: Ann 1806
    John Clark1779 Thanet St Laurence -
    John Wellard Clark1781 Thanet St Laurence -
    Thomas Clark1783 Thanet St Laurence - 1784 Thanet St Laurence "smallpox age 1"
    Ann Clark1785 Thanet St Laurence - 1799 Thanet St Laurence "decline, age 13"
    Mary Clark1788 Thanet St Laurence - 1871 Ramsgate
    Jane Clark1790 Thanet St Laurence - 1849 Ramsgate





    John Wellard
    (1750 Ramsgate - )

    John Wellard
    baptised 15 Sep 1750
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: John Wellard & Mary Fox
    John Wellard
    burial unknown
    ?Kent, Minster in Thanet





    Robert Wellard
    (1752 Ramsgate - )

    Robert Wellard
    baptised 31 Mar 1752
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: John Wellard & Mary Fox
    Sarah Bax
    baptised 19 Jun 1757
    Kent, Minster in Thanet
    parents: Stephen Bax & Sarah Griggs
    Robert Wellard & Sarah Bax
    married 12 Jul 1783
    Kent, Margate St John



    witnesses: Henry Roaf & Abraham Mummery (both prof)
    Sarah Wellard
    buried 30 May 1806
    Kent, Margate St John
    "age 48"
    Robert Wellard
    buried 10 May 1806
    Kent, Margate St John
    "age 54"
    Children of Robert Wellard & Sarah Bax
    Stephen Wellard1784 Margate St John -
    John Wellard1787 Margate St John - 1807 Margate St John
    Amy Bax Wellard1792 Margate St John - m 1815 Birchington to John Colaringbold children:Sarah 1817, Amy 1822





    Elizabeth Wellard
    (1754 Ramsgate - 1841 Margate St John)

    Elizabeth Wellard
    baptised 28 Jul 1754
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: John Wellard & Mary Fox
    Elizabeth Wellard
    buried 1841
    Kent, Margate St John
    Will of Elizabeth Wellard, d.1841 Ramsgate

    Courtesy of Pat & Sheila

    THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me ELIZABETH WELLARD of Margate in the County of Kent Spinster

    I Give and Bequeath unto Elizabeth Clark Widow of the late Mr William Clark of Minster in the Isle of Thanet the sum of Ten Pounds (inserted in the margin of the document at this point are the words
    “I also give unto Martha Wellard Widow of Stephen Wellard of Minster in the Isle of Thanet the sum of Ten Pounds”)
    I Also Give unto Stephen Wellard Robert Wellard and William Wellard sons of the above Martha Wellard the sum of fifteen Pounds each
    I Also Give unto Mary Wellard Elizabeth Longley and Sarah Wellard daughters of the aforesaid Martha Wellard the sum of Fifteen Pounds each
    Also I Give unto Lewis Wellard of Minster in the Isle of Thanet the sum of Fifteen Pounds
    Also I Give unto Mary Wellard sister of the aforesaid Lewis Wellard the sum of fifteen Pounds
    Also I Give unto Mary Clark and Jane Clark of Effingham Place, Ramsgate in the County of Kent the sum of Fifteen Pounds each
    Also I Give unto Francis Thomas Howeof Margate in the County of Kent the sum of Ten Pounds
    Also I Give unto John Croaker Howe of Margate aforesaid the sum of Ten Pounds and also my watch
    Also I Give unto Charles Henry Howe of Margate aforesaid the sum of Fifteen Pounds and Four Pounds
    Also I Give unto George Howe of Margate aforesaid the sum of Ten Pounds
    I Also Direct my linen and wearing apparel may be divided by the aforesaid Mary Clark and Jane Clark as they shall think proper
    The Residue and Remainder of my estate being personal, after all my just debts funeral and all other expenses are paid which may not have been given and disposed of I Give and Bequeath the same to the aforesaid Mary Clark and Jane Clark to be divided as they may think just and proper And I do hereby constitute and appoint the aforesaid Mary Clark and Jane Clark of Ramsgate my Executrixes of this my Last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former Wills by me at any time made

    In Witness whereof I set my hand and seal this Tenth day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and Thirty-eight

    ELIZABETH WELLARD her X Mark

    Signed Sealed Published and Delivered by the said Testatrix Elizabeth Wellard as and for her last Will ands Testament in the presence of us who at her request and in her presence do attest the same
    Witness: Richard Tomson , No 7 Effingham Place, Ramsgate Kent
    Witness: Dorothy Cooper , Upper Deal, Kent

    In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury In the Goods of Elizabeth Wellard spinster deceased APPEARED PERSONALLY Richard Tomson of No 7 Effingham Place Ramsgate in the County of Kent Esq. And made oath that he is one of the subscribed witnesses of the execution of the last will and Testament of Elizabeth Wellard late of Margate in the County of Kent Spinster bearing date the Tenth day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and Thirty-eight and now hereunto annexed and he further made oath that on the said Tenth day of April in the said year One thousand Eight hundred and Thirty-eight the said Testatrix only executed her said Will by making her mark or cross at the foot or end thereof as the same now appears thereon in the presence of this Deponent and of Dorothy Cooperthe other witness to the said Will both of whom were present at the same time and that he this Deponent and the said Dorothy Cooper thereupon attested and subscribed the said Will in the presence of the Testatrix and of each other
    RICHARD TOMSOM On the 4th day of May 1841 the said Richard Tomson was duly sworn to the truth of the aforesaid Affidavit by virtue of the canon hereto annexed Before Me R Harvey Commissioner

    PROVED at London the 13th May 1841 before the Worshipful William Calverley Curtis Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the oath of Mary Hart Spinster the niece one of the executrixes to whom Admon was granted having been first sworn duly to administer Power reserved to making the like Grant to Jane Clark Spinster the niece also the other Executrix when she shall apply for the same.
    Who were the Howe family?


    From Pat:
    "The Howes are a bit of a problem. I have found the bap of a John Croker Howe 19.3.1813 at Margate St John, son of Francis Howe and his wife Mary, Hotel Keeper"
    more info:

    Francis Thomas Howe, died 1842, Thanet (Free BMD)
    Charles H Howe, 64, married, born Margate, compositor, living Oxford (1881 census)

    perhaps
  • "son of Mr Howe (owner of the great Hotel at Margate"





  • Stephen Wellard
    (1756 Ramsgate - 1804 Minster in Thanet )

    Stephen Wellard
    baptised 17 Oct 1756
    Kent, Thanet St Laurence
    parents: John Wellard & Mary Fox
    Martha Wootton
    baptised 16 Mar 1766
    Kent, Minster in Thanet
    parents: Peter Wootton & Mary Foreman
    Stephen Wellard & Martha Wootton
    married 14 Oct 1789
    Kent, Minster in Thanet



    witnesses: Richard Simmons & William ?Branford (?both prof)
    Stephen Wellard
    buried 22 Jan 1804
    Kent, Minster in Thanet
    "age 49"
    Martha Wellard
    buried 9 Apr 1850
    Kent, Minster in Thanet
    "age 84"
    Children of Stephen Wellard & Martha Wootton
    John Wellard1790 Minster in Thanet - 1794 Minster in Thanet
    Stephen Wellard1792 Minster in Thanet - 1858 Margatem 1815 Monkton to Mary Appletonchildren: Jane, Ann, Mary Ann, Eliza, Martha, John, Robert, Elizabeth, Sarah
    Mary Wellard1794 Minster in Thanet - 1846 Minster in Thanet
    Elizabeth Wellard1796 Minster in Thanet - 1845 Sandwich m 1816 Sandwichto Edward Longley children:Ann, Sarah, Mary, Jane, Elizabeth,
    Sarah Wellard1798 Minster in Thanet - 1869 Minster children: Mary
    William Wellard1800 Minster in Thanet - 1880 Thanet St Laurence m to Mary children:Mary, Sarah, Stephen, Elizabeth, William, Jane , Martha
    Robert Wellard1802 Minster in Thanet - 1864 Minster in Thanetm 1839 Coolingto Eliza Smoker children:William 1845






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