George CURLING & Mary MICHELL married 1615, Thanet St Laurence, Kent
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George CURLING & Mary MICHELL married 1615, Thanet St Laurence, Kent



Chart revised 11 Apr 2011
George Curling (c1589 Thanet St Laurence) & Mary Michell (c1592 Thanet St Laurence) married 1615 Thanet St Laurence, Kent children: Mary Curling (c1616 ?Thanet St Laurence) & George Goodwin(?Sandwich) m 1635 Sandwich George Curling (1617 Thanet St Laurence) & Martha Witherden m 1638 Canterbury St Andrew Jane Curling (1621 Thanet St Laurence) & Stephen Wastell m 1640 Thanet St Laurence Ann Curling (1624-1638 Thanet St Laurence) Michael Curling (1628 Thanet St Laurence) Margaret Curling (c1626 ?Thanet St Laurence) John Curling (1630 Thanet St Laurence) Elizabeth Curling (1732 Thanet St Laurence)








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  • George Curling
    ?baptised 21 Dec 1589
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    parents: George Curling & Agnes Philpot
    Mary Michell
    ?baptised 20 Aug 1592
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    father: William Mitchell
    George Curling & Mary Michell
    married 4 Sep 1615
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    Mary Curling
    buried 8 Dec 1636
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    "wife of George"

    Ann/Agnes Coppin
    baptism unknown
    c 1590
    ?Thanet, Kent
    Silvester Terret
    baptism unknown
    c 1580
    ?Thanet, Kent
    Ann Coppin & Silvester Terret
    married 1 Oct 1610
    Thanet St Peter, Kent
    Silvester Terrett
    died c1624
    ?Thanet St Peter

    Will - Terret Silvester St. Peter in Thanet 1624 PRC/17/66/103 PRC/16/179 T/12

  • Canterbury Probate Office Records
  • Robert Read
    baptism unknown
    c 1600
    ?Thanet, Kent
    Marie
    baptism unknown
    c 1600
    ?Thanet, Kent
    Robert Read & Marie
    marriage unknown
    ?Thanet St Peter, Kent
    Marie Read
    buried 18 Nov 1624
    Thanet St Peter
    "wife of Robert Reade"

    children: ?Robert 1597, Jeffrey 1600, Marie 1622,
    Robert Read & Anne Terret, widow,
    married 27 Jan 1624/5
    Thanet St Peter, Kent
    >Robert Read
    buried 10 Dec 1644
    Thanet St Peter

    Will - Reade Robert St. Peter in Thanet 1644 PRC/16/243 R/1

  • Canterbury Probate Office Records

  • George Curling & Annis Read
    married 18 Dec 1645
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent



  • Canterbury (England) (Diocese); Cowper, J. M
  • George Curling
    buried 1647
    ?Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    *Will - George Curling, Ramsgate, 1647, PRC16/252 C/4 No. 887
  • Canterbury Probate Office Records
  • Annis Curling
    ?buried 25 Feb 1665
    ?Thanet St Laurence, Kent


    Transcript of Will of George Curling
    made 1 Apr 1647 , proved 1647

    from Canterbury courtesy of Pat & Sheila

    IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN on the first day of April in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred and forty seven

    I GEORGE CURLING the Elder of the Parish of St Lawrence ............. of Ramsgate in the Isle of Tanet (aka Thanet) in the countie of Kent Fisherman do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following EMPRESS I render my soul into the merciful hands of Almighty God who made it and gave me life ........................................................................... .................................................................. and mediation of my Saviour Jesus Christ and my body ..................... to be buried at the discretion of my Executor of this my last Will hereafter named

    ITEM I give unto the poore people present at my burial ........... ten shillings ..................Ramsgate to be distributed ............. at the discretion of the ..................

    ITEM I give unto George Goodwin my sonne in law five and twenty pounds of good English money to be paid unto him within two months after my death

    ITEM I give unto my sonne in law Stephen Wastell the sum of twenty and seven pounds to be paid in two separate payments that is to say the first ........... the next six months after my death and thereafter ................... at the end of the next six months folllowing

    ITEM I give unto my daughter Margaret the sum of ........ pounds to be paid unto her within two months after the day of her marriage or at the age of one and twenty ................. so happen she die before or never marry then the same to be equally divided amongst my other children.............. in the meantime the profit of the fund to be allowed her maintenance

    ITEM I give unto her four pairs of sheets two of the ........ and two of the ....... pillowcases and the ......

    ITEM I bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Fifty Pounds to be paid unto her at her years of one and twenty or on the day of marriage which fall first but if it so happen she not marry then the sum to be equally divided amongst my other children .................. and be allowed for her care and maintenance four pounds a year to be paid half yearly the first payment to be at either of the two days of St Michael the Archangel and the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Marie which be next following after my decease

    ITEM I give unto my said daughter my ......... in my parlour

    ITEM I give her my .... ....bed and five pairs of sheets .... one table ..... a dozen of napkins a coverlet and blanket and the smaller brass pot

    ITEM I give unto John Curling an apprentice unto Stephen Goldsmith of Ramsgate the sum of Twenty pounds to be paid unto him within two months after the age of four and twenty years

    ITEM I give unto Annis Curling my wife three pounds a year during her widowhood to be paid unto her half yearly out of my tenement now in the hands and occupation of Richard Nicholls the younger the first payment to begin at either of the two days of Michael the Archangel or at the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Marie which fall the next following after my decease and if any part of the said bequest be left unpaid above twenty days aftersuch of the said days before mentioned it shall be then lawful for her or her aassigns to enter therein and carry away so much goods as shall make full satisfaction Provided always my Will and meaning is that if my wife shall not ................................but shall attempt to recover alter benefit out of my goods ..... all the advantages and benefit as she might .......... by this my last Will and testament any benefit aforesaid to the contrary thereof .................

    ITEM I give all the residue of all my goods and chattells .............. unto my sonne George Curling who I do hereby make and ordain Executor of this my last Will and Testament

    ITEM I give unto my said sonne all my tenements land and appurtenances whatsoever unto him and his heirs male for ever

    ITEM upon my decease I ..................... regards towards his sister Elizabeth Lastly I will that all the sums of money . given or bequeathed by me shall be paid in lawful money of England

    IN WITNESS whereof ........ to be my full mind and intent GEORGE CURLING have hereunto put my hand seal ........ declared ........ professed to be my last Will and Testament on the day and year above written ...................... I have subscribed Sealed Published Ratified and Confirmed GEORGE X CURLING (4 signatures) Deputie of Ramsgate his Mark Before the date ..... hereto ..... I give unto my sonne George Curling .......................... to George Goodwyn the sonne of my sonne Goodwin to George Wastell the sonne of my sonne Stephen Wastell to be paid within one half year after my decease .....................

    Will of George Curling



    Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury - Ref. PRC16/252 C/4 No.887 1647





    The children of George Curling & Mary Michell




    Mary Curling
    (1614-?1687 St Laurence, Ramsgate )


    Mary Curling
    baptised 11 Dec 1614
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    father: George Curling
    George Goodwyne
    baptism unknown
    ?Thanet , Kent
    Mary Curling & George Goodwyne
    married 1635
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent



  • Canterbury (England) (Diocese); Cowper, J. M


  • courtesy of Pat & Sheila
    George Goodwyne
    died c1660
    Thanet ?St Peter, Kent
    Mary Goodwyne
    ?buried 22 Jan 1687
    ?Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    From Archdeaconry of Canterbury, file 1650, no. 14.

    George Goodwin of St. Peter, Isle of Thanet, Kent, ropemaker. Will 7 November 1660; proved 11 July 1661. To my wife Mary Goodwin my messuage and tenement, lands etc. Certain prop- erty to wife for life, then to my second son George Goodwin. To my youngest son William Goodwine £20. To my eldest daughter Mary Goodwine £20. To my second daughter Eliza- beth Goodwine £20. To my youngest daughter Hanna Good- wine £20. To third daughter Sara Goodwine £20. My son George Goodwin sole executor. I desire my brother George Curling to be overseer. Witnesses : Wm Wingfield, Isaac Clarke.

    http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/frank-farnsworth-1n-starr/english-goodwin-family-papers--being-material-collected-in-the-search-for-the-a-rat/page-43-english-goodwin-family-papers--being-material-collected-in-the-search-for-the-a-rat.shtml





    George Curling
    (1617-1687 Ramsgate)


    George Curling
    baptised 2 Dec 1617
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    father: George Curling & Mary (Michell)
    Martha Witherden
    baptised 21 Jun 1618
    Thanet St Peter , Kent
    parents: George Witherden & Sarah (Clarke)
    George Curling & Martha Witherden
    married 1638
    Canterbury St Andrew, Kent



  • Canterbury (England) (Diocese); Cowper, J. Meadows (Joseph Meadows) cn


  • courtesy of Pat & Sheila
    Martha Curling
    buried 9 Jan 1683
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    George Curling
    buried 7 Jan 1687
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    *Will of George Curling Ramsgate, 1686 1687 PRC17/77/162 PRC16/316 C/3
  • Canterbury Probate Office Records


  • courtesy of Pat & Sheila





    Jane Curling
    (1621 Ramsgate - 1664 Ramsgate )


    Jane Curling
    baptised 1 Aug 1621
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    father: George Curling & Mary (Michell)
    Stephen Wastell
    ?baptised 8 Oct 1615
    ?Thanet St Peter , Kent
    father: Paul Wastell & ?Benett
    Jane Curling & Stephen Wastell
    married 26 Nov 1640
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    Jane Wastell
    buried 14 Dec 1664
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    Stephen Wastell
    buried 27 Sep 1686
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    *Will of Stephen Wastell, Ramsgate, 1678 1686, PRC17/76/198a PRC16/315 W/1
  • Canterbury Probate Office Records
  • From Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Vol 76 f.198, Probate 5 Nov 1686

    Stephen Wastell of Ramsgate, St Lawrence Thanet, fisherman, will dated 20 Feb 1678/9
    Daughter Mary wife of Adam Abbet
    Daughter Sarah wife of Anthony Hooper
    Daughter Jane Wastell
    Stephen and Mary children of Anthony Hooper
    Witnesses Stephen Huffam and John Evers.

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/extr7.html#wast

    Wastell, Stephen Ramsgate 1678 1686 PRC17/76/198a PRC16/315 W/1
    Children of Jane Curling & Stephen Wastell

    George Wastell 1642 Thanet St Lawrence - 1667 Thanet St Lawrence
    Mary Wastell 1646 Thanet St Lawrence - 1714 Thanet St Lawrencem 1678 Canterbury St Andrewto Adam Abbet children:Mary, Thomas, William
    Sarah Wastell 1649 Thanet St Lawrence - 1719 Thanet St Lawrencem ?Thanet St Lawrenceto Anthony Hooper children: Stephen, Mary, Antony, Sarah, Roger, Jane
    Jeane Wastell 1652 Thanet St Lawrence
    Stephen Wastell 1656 Thanet St Lawrence
    Mildred Wastell 1662 Thanet St Lawrence - 1663 Thanet St Lawrence








    Margaret Curling
    (c1630 Ramsgate - 1681 Ramsgate )


    Margaret Curling
    baptised c1630
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    father: George Curling & Mary (Michell)
    Thomas Abbitt
    bapt unknown
    ?Kent
    Margaret Curling & Thomas Abbitt
    married 6 Dec 1649
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    Margaret Abbitt
    buried 25 Mar 1681
    Kent
    Thomas Abbitt
    buried 19 Sep 1682
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    *Will of Thomas Abote St Lawrence in Thanet, 1682 1682 PRC17/76/3a PRC16/307 A/1

  • Canterbury Probate Office Records









  • John Curling
    (1630 Ramsgate - )


    John Curling
    baptised 3 Oct 1630
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    father: George Curling & Mary Michell
    Sarah Long
    bapt 8 Nov 1635
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    parents: George Long & Catherine Coville

    courtesy of Clive
    John Curling & Sarah Long
    married 28 Jun 1663
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent

    Sarah Curling
    ?buried 20 Apr 1688
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    John Curling
    burial unknown
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    ?wills 1681 or 1695
    Children of John Curling & Sarah Long

    Jane Curling 1664 Thanet St Lawrence -
    Katherine Curling 1665 Thanet St Lawrence -
    William Curling 1666 Thanet St Lawrence -
    Mary Curling 1668 Thanet St Lawrence -
    Sarah Curling 1669 Thanet St Lawrence - 1691 Thanet St Lawrence
    Elizabeth Curling 1672 Thanet St Lawrence -








    Elizabeth Curling
    (1632 Ramsgate - )


    Elizabeth Curling
    baptised 10 Jun 1632
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent
    father: George Curling & Mary (Michell)
    Elizabeth Curling
    burial unknown
    Thanet St Laurence, Kent





    "Other" Thanet Curling references, related maybe?







    Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury Will Index

  • http://www.kentarchaeology.ac/ekwills_a/series/adci/adp_ra.htm
  • Curling George Ramsgate 1642 1649 PRC16/260 C/6 No.1209
    Curling George St Lawrence in Thanet 1694 1695 PRC17/78/474 PRC16/331 C/12
    Curling George Ramsgate 1729 1731 PRC32/61/617
    Curling George Ramsgate 1744 1745 PRC17/92/97b PRC16/411 C/3


    Consistory Court of Canterbury Will Index

  • http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mrawson/cc_tuv.html

  • Curling John St Lawrence in Thanet 1695 1695 56/328b
    Curling Henry Ramsgate St Laurence in Thanet 1699 1700 57/116b
    Curling George Ramsgate 1729 1731 61/617
    Curling Henry Ramsgate 1740 1742 62/130


    Online Documents

  • http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/search/search_results.aspx?&st=a&queryText=%22George+Curling+Mariner%22&queryType=ALL
  • PROB 11/651Will of George Curling Mariner Ramsgate Isle of Thanet, Kent . Will of George Curling Mariner Ramsgate Isle of Thanet, Kent Date: 1732.
    PROB 11/756Will of George Curling Mariner late belonging to His Majesty's Ship the Princessa and now belonging to His Majesty's Ship Devonshire . Will of George Curling Mariner late belonging to His Majesty's Ship the Princessa and now belonging to His Majesty's Date: 1747.




    1664 Kent Hearth Tax records - Hundred of Ringslow (Thanet), St Lawrence-East Borough Parish

  • Window Tax
  • William Curling
    Robert Curling
    Roger Curling
    John Curling
    Widdow Curling


    The Curlings of Thanet

  • Curling family history
  • The earliest record of the Curling line in Thanet begins with John Curling, born about 1400 in St. Laurence Parish. The direct line of descendents to Joseph Curling (b.1646 d. 1719), the patriarch of the Curling/Curlin family of America, is through John's son, Richard of Chilton (b.1420-d. 1463), and his wife, Cecilia, seven generations before. The Curlings were a prolific family, siring many children whom they tended to name alike generation after generation. Most of the family lived within St. Laurence Parish, so most of the genealogical records are associated with St. Laurence (Lawrence) Church. Over thirty headstones in the Parish cemetery bear the names of Curlings. Curlings also lived within the parishes of St. Peters in Broadstair, St. John's in Margate and St. Mary's in Minister, Thanet. But until the late 18th century the family stayed close to Thanet and in Kent County. The Curlings were Protestants and "Roundheads," supporting Oliver Cromwell and Parliament in the Reformation.


    Curlings family history chart

    includes the Curling family above



    from Canterbury Archives, courtesy of Pat




    Curling families of Dover, Buckland and Charlton, Kent

  • "http://leshaigh.co.uk/folkestone/curling.html"