Oldbury. He retired from business and lived as a country gentleman some 15 miles from Bristol.
His will was dated 5/16/1634 and proved 10/31/1634. In it he left:
To my son Francis my white horse or nag.
To Spencer Achley, my daughter Frances's son, 20 shillings, to be paid by my executrix within 6 months next after my decease.
To John Dawyes, the son of my daughter Margaret, 10 shillings, to be paid in like manner.
To the 3 children of my son Francis, that is to say, Mary, his daughter, and Francis and Elijah, his sons, 30 shillings, to be paid in the like manner.
The rest of my goods, movable and unmovable whatsoever, I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth (except what I have passed by my deed bearing date 15 May, 1634, made to certain uses to Humfrey Hooke, alderman of the City of Bristol, Thomas Lloyd of the same, Adam Baynham, gent. and William Maye of Cherefield gent. , this excepted) and I make my daughter Elizabeth my whole and sole executrix &c.