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John Grigg

John Grigg

Male 1724 - 1792  (67 years)

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  • Name John Grigg 
    Born 1 Sep 1724  Morval, Cornwall Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 4 Apr 1792  Duloe, Cornwall Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I116  griggfamilytree
    Last Modified 20 Sep 2001 

    Father John Grigg,   b. 21 Feb 1697/1698, Morval Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1741  (Age 42 years) 
    Mother Mary Hicks (nee Benny),   d. 1758 
    Married 13 Aug 1723 
    Family ID F71  Group Sheet

    Family Ann Adams 
    Married 7 Jun 1748  St Keyne Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Joseph Grigg,   b. 12 Aug 1764, Duloe, Cornwall, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Oct 1824, Manor of Bodbrane,Duloe Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years)
     2. John Grigg,   b. 11 Dec 1751
     3. Ann Grigg,   b. 16 Aug 1755,   d. 1755
     4. Robert Grigg,   b. 5 Jul 1756,   d. 7 Nov 1821, The Borough of East Looe Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years)
     5. Matthew Grigg,   b. 18 Sep 1758,   d. 1829, Duloe,Cornwall Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 70 years)
     6. Christopher Grigg,   b. 27 Jan 1761
     7. Ann Grigg,   b. 22 Aug 1762,   d. 26 May 1832, Duloe Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years)
     8. Mary Grigg,   b. 12 Aug 1764
     9. William Grigg,   b. 31 Jul 1753, Duloe, Cornwall Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. 1796, Duloe Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 42 years)
     10. Robert Grigg,   b. 16 Aug 1755, Duloe, Cornwall Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 16 Aug 1755  (Age > 0 years)
     11. Elizabeth Grigg,   b. Jul 1768, Duloe, Cornwall Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 8 May 2014 
    Family ID F59  Group Sheet

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  • Notes 
    • John was intered at St Cuby, Duloe.a plaque on the wall.
      Sacred is the memory of John Grigg of Bodbrane in this Parish who
      departed this life the 4th Day of April 1792.
      aged 68 years.
      In Grateful Rememberance of an Affectionate Parent.
      The stone tribute is erected by his son.
      Robert Grigg
      MAY HE REST IN PEACE

      [UL::UL][UL::UL][BO::BO] Will
      of John Grigg 1792
      John Grigg Parish of Duloe, County of Cornwall, Gentlemen.
      My body to be decently interred at the discretion of my Executor.
      Dear Wife Ann Grigg, one Annuity or Yearly Sum of £10 free of all
      outgoings and payable out of my Duchy Estate called Bulse otherwise
      Little Fursdon Parish of Lisheard, payable to her by quarterly
      payments during her life. One other annuity or yearly sum of £12 free
      of all outgoings out of my Chattle Estates called Higher Stocks and
      Overlays, Parish of Duloe given on condition that she lays no claim to
      Higher Stocks under the settlement made previous to our marriage.
      Son Joseph (Mention of Higher Stocks) Also gives wife during her life
      the use of the Chamber over the lower House at Coomb if she chooses to
      reside in it, and also give her my best bed and such of the household
      goods and furniture in my Dwelling House as she shall choose during
      her life. And whereas I am become bound with my son John to John
      Harris Esquire for payment of the rent of the Tenement of Tempello and
      Laureast in the Parish of Lisheard during the term for which my said
      Son holds the premises at an yearly rent and to the performance of
      divers Covenants and agreements in the original demise contained, Now
      I do hereby give will devise and bequeath unto my friend Henry Lamb of
      the said Parish of Duloe Yeoman all that my said Dutchy Estate called
      Bulse otherwise Little Fursdon subject to the said annuity of £10 a
      year to my wife with the two fields adjoining called Hings Crift and
      Barrets Meadow, parcel of the Manor of Lisheard and for which Peter
      Hambly stands tenant in trust for me - to hold to the said Henry Lamb
      and his heirs in trust nevertheless and for the uses thereafter
      mentioned that is to say in trust that by and out of the rents and
      profits of the said Premises from time to time to indemnify and save
      harmless my Executor hereafter named from all costs charges damages
      losses or expenses which he or his representatives shall or may bear,
      pay, sustain, or be put unto for or by reason or means of my having
      become bound for payment of the said rent of Tempellow and Laureast to
      the said John Harris or the performance of any of the covenants in the
      said Deed of Demise contained, and subject thereto and chargeable
      therewith and with the payment of the said annuity of £10 to my wife.
      In trust to and for the only use and behoof of my said son John Grigg
      his heirs and assigns forever.
      I give and bequeath unto my son William Grigg my moiety a half part of
      all those two tenements lying in Kiligorick in the said Parish of
      Duloe called Eastwoods and Firlands and Westwoods, to hold to my said
      Son William Grigg during so many years of the terms granted in the
      original leases thereof respectively a sall run out and expire in his
      natural life time. And after his decease I give and bequeath the same
      several premises to and among his children lawfully begotten in such
      shares manner and form as he my said son William shall by any Deed or
      writing or by his last will order and direct and for want of such
      order or direction to any among such child or children share and share
      alike as tenants in common and not a joint tenants. But if my said son
      William shall happen to die without leaving any such issue of his
      body, then from and after such his decease I give and bequeath all and
      singular the said premises unto my Grandson Christopher Grigg son of
      my said son John Grigg his Executors and administrators during the
      remainder of the said several terms which may be therein then to come
      and unexpired. I also give unto my said son William Grigg all the my
      moiety of a tenement called Brownwilly in the Parish of Lymonward
      alias Saint Brewer in the said County To Hold to him his Executors
      Administrators and assigns for and during all my Estate, Right, Title
      and Interest therein not to come and unexpired. I give and bequeath
      unto my son Robert Grigg all my right and interest in those two
      estates and tenements called Toms Bennoak and Mead situated in the
      said Parish of Duloe and as to the term of years which I have in
      Middle Bennoak, all in the said Parish of Duloe and all the corn
      thereon growing upon the said premes at the time of my death. I give
      and bequeath the same unto my Son Matthew Grigg for his use and
      benefit, I also give and bequeath unto my son Matthew Grigg from and
      immediately after the death of my said wife during his natural life,
      one annuity or yearly sum of ten pounds free of all outgoings to be
      issuing and payable out of my said chattle Estate called Higher
      Stocks, and I do hereby subject and charge the same Estate with the
      payment thereof with Power of Distress for the same as in case of rent
      with Power of Distress for the same as in case of rent in arrear, I
      also give and devise all that my leasehold Estate called Congdons
      Bennoak otherwise East Bennoak lately purchased by me situate in the
      Parish of Duloe unto my said son John Grigg in trust that the said
      John shall and will let the same premises for the yearly rent that can
      be obtained and apply the clear yearly rent and profits of the said
      estate for the sole use and benefit of son Matthew during so many
      years of the said term as shall run out and expire in his lifetime and
      after his decease I give to the eldest son of Matthew then living or
      the daughter of Matthew. I give unto Henry Lamb one annuity or
      yearly rent charge of 2 guinneas free of all outgoings in trust for my
      daughter Ann Serpell, payable half yearly from Chattle Estate at
      Herods Foot and I do declare that her receipt shall be a good
      discharge to Henry Lamb.
      To Robert Grigg £16, Chattle Estates- Coombe and Petewells in Duloe .
      Joseph Grigg Chattle Estates - Toms Bodbrane Hears Bodbrane, Lower
      Stocks, Penbugle Manor, Coomb, Petewells subject to £16 to Robert,
      Overhays Stradmoor, Higher Stocks, and Herods Foot Duloe, subject to
      £12 and £10 to my wife and son Matthew chargeable on Higher Stocks,
      Overhays and all of one tenement called Millicomb in Pelynt and my
      right and interest in Black Down in Duloe unto Joseph charged with
      legacies to his sisters Mary and Elizabeth £150 to each of them at the
      end of one year next after my death. I give to Grandson Thomas
      Serpell £50 paid by Joseph when he is twenty one but if Thomas Serpell
      dies the legacy sinks with him, Joseph to get all household goods and
      furniture allowing his mother to make a choice of what she wants.
      Corn, Hay, Bullocks, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Implements, and Utensils of
      Husbandry and all other farming stocks - Cattle and goods on the farm
      as his own. I give Robert Grigg my moiety of a Freehold Estate called
      Salt Park in Morval and the rest residue and remainder of my lands,
      tenements goods and chattels, Barges, boats, and real and personal
      estates and effects not already given to Robert and appoints Robert
      Grigg Executor.