1725 Nov 12 probate Dame Anne MAY
Anne Phrip, Jane JACKSON and Mary Heighes (daus. of testator's late brother Richard Aldworth of Stanlakes, co. Berks.), £100 each to be paid to their children in case of their deaths before testator; to Mary Heighes an extra £100; to niece Rose Aldworth (dau. of Richard Aldworth), £300, but if she dies unmarried before inheriting the money is to remain to testator's exors.; to nieces Susan and Elizabeth Aldworth (daus. of William Aldworth, dec'd), £100 which they owe testator on bond and the interest due on the same; to Thomas Parsons (son of testator's sister Margaret), £100 if she shall live for one year after testator's death; £10 apiece to brother, John Aldworth, clerk, sister Susanna Hester, sister Margaret Parsons, and niece Mary, relict of nephew John Aldworth, for mourning; £50 and all testator's wearing apparel to servant July Andrews, £20 and £10 to servants Clement Freeborne and Ann Forbench respectively; £30 to the poor of Mid Lavant.
Of the £2000 secured on Langfords Farm and the Gassons in Mid Lavant to the late Dorothy Aldworth, £1000 is bequeathed to Thomas, son of William Broadnax of Godmersham, co. Kent, esq., and £1000 to nephew Richard Aldworth. Land called Thorney Garden held of the Dean and Chapter of Chichester, and St. Marys Farm held of the Custos and Poor of St. Mary's Hospital, Chichester, with the leases thereof, bequeathed to Thomas Broadnax on condition that he brings no action of any sort against the exor. in respect of the estate of testator's husband, Sir Thomas May.
Nephew Richard Aldworth appointed exor. and residuary legatee; James Heighes (husband of niece Mary Heighes) and George Parker, sen., of Chichester, appointed overseers, with a bequest of £50 to each.
By codicil, bequeaths extra £40 to July Andrews, £20 to Clement Freeborne and £10 to Ann Forbench; £5 to footman, Thomas Layton, and a quarter's salary to coachman, Richard Nelson. Testator requests that whoever succeeds her in the inheritance of her husband's estate will grant the small cottage on the Tye in Mid Lavant to Clement Freeborne and after his death to Widow Ragless.
Date: nd [18th century]
Held by: West Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
 Anne MAY née ALDWORTH (abt 1656-
· Daughter of Richard ALDWORTH and Anne GWYNN and a sister of Richard ALDWORTH (1646-1706) of Stanlakes, Co. Berkshire.
· Allegations for marriage licences issued from the Faculty Office of the Archibishop of Canterbury at London 1543 to 1869."1675 … June 14 Thomas May, of Rawmeere, co. Sussex, Esq., Bachr, abt 30, & Ann Aldworth, Spr, abt 19, dau. of Richard Aldworth, of Hinton Pipard, Wilts. Esq., who alleges ; at St Sepulchre's, London." SOURCE: Wiki Genealogy.
· Frogmore House, Windsor Berkshire built 1680-84 for Anne Aldworth and her husband Thomas May (Tory politician) by his uncle Hugh May, architect.
 Anne PHRIP née ALDWORTH (1678-1723)
· A Mrs PHRIPP was a godmother to Elizabeth Anne JACKSON (b. 1721) daughter of Gilbert JACKSON. In Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica Vol IV 1884 she was described as one of Gilbert JACKSONs sisters - but she was his sister-in-law.
· She married three times. SOURCES:
o Anne Aldworth (c.1678-1723); married 1st, 1691 (bond 12 August), aged about fourteen, Edward Standen (d. 1708) of Arborfield (Berks), and had issue one son; married 2nd, 9 February 1708/9 at Arborfield, Charles Palmer MD (d. 1713) of Arborfield; buried with her second husband at Finchampstead (Berks), 2 December 1723; SOURCE: Landed Families of Britain and Ireland.
o Probate of Anne PHRIPP, wife of Richard PHRIPP & sister of Richard ALDWORTH. Will written in 1718. She is described as the wife of the late Charles PALMER late of Arborfield. SOURCE Ancestry.
· Buried 2 Dec 1723 at Finchampstead, Berkshire, England
 Jane JACKSON née ALDWORTH (1681-1746)
· Wife of Gilbert JACKSON b. abt 1684. Of Cuddeson, Oxfordfordshire, England
· Buried 25 Feb 1746. At Tichfield, Hampshire
 Mary HEIGHES aka HAYES née ALDWORTH (1686-1745)
· daughter of Richard Neville ALDWORTH & Mary CROFTON.
 Richard ALDWORTH (1646-1707),
· husband of Mary CROFTON (1642-1705) [NOTE: her father, William CROFTON. was M.P. of Donegal, Ireland].
· Aldworth, Rt. Hon. Richard (1646-1706). Eldest son of Richard Aldworth (1615-80) and his wife Anne Gwyn, born at Lambeth; baptised at Ruscombe, 21 March 1645/6. Educated at St John's College, Oxford (matriculated 1661; BA 1665) and All Souls College, Oxford (MA 1668; LLD), and at the Middle Temple (admitted 1664; called 1672). Barrister-at-law; Second Secretary to Earl of Essex as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1672-77; Receiver of Crown Revenues in Yorkshire and County Durham in succession to his father, 1680-1706; Chief Remembrancer of the Exchequer in Ireland, 1676-1706; Craner (port official) in Dublin, 1677-95; Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1693-96; MP for Dublin University, 1695-99; sworn of the Privy Council of Ireland, 1695. He married, 1677 (licence 25 April), Mary (c.1642-1705), daughter of William Crofton MP of Temple House (Co. Sligo) and widow of George Perceval (1635-75), son of Sir Philip Perceval, kt., and had issue:
 Rose ALDWORTH (1687-1741)
· daughter of Richard ALDWORTH & Mary CROFTON.
· Married in 1725 Capt. Christopher KEENE.
 Susan ALDWORTH
· daughter of William ALDWORTH & ?.
 Elizabeth ALDWORTH
· daughter of William ALDWORTH & ?.
 William ALDWORTH (?-bef 1725) – presumably a brother of Dame Anne MAY née ALDWORTH
 Thomas PARSONS (-1689)
· Wife of Margaret ALDWORTH, sister of Ann ALDWORTH.
· NOTE: A Thomas PARSONs in an earlier generation was the father of Amy PARSONS (?-1672), the wife of Richard ALDWORTH (?-1649) of Milk Street, London.
 Margaret PARSONS née ALDWORTH (1658-1725) sister of Anne MAY née ALDWORTH
· NOTE: A Mary JACKSON was a wife of an Arthur PARSONs. She was a daughter of Gilbert JACKSON (1635-1703) and Elizabeth TOWERSY. It is likely that the same PARSON family is involved in several JACKSON marriages.
· Margaret Aldworth (c.1658-1725?), born about 1658; married, 21 May 1684 at St Marylebone (Middx), Thomas Parsons (d. 1689) of Westminster and Easington, Chilton (Bucks), and had issue at least one son; living in 1721 and possibly the woman of this name buried at St Margaret, Westminster, 13 July 1725; Landed Families of Britain and Ireland.
 Rev. John ALDWORTH
· Son of Richard ALDWORTH (1615-1680) and Anne GWYNNE (?-1705)
· John Aldworth (1656-1729), baptised at Ruscombe, 24 January 1655/6; educated at St John's College, Oxford (matriculated 1668; BA 1672); Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, c.1673-83 (MA 1676); rector of Elmley (Kent), 1683-84 and Lockinge (Berks), 1684-1729; died unmarried, 26 July 1729; will proved 23 September 1729; Landed Families of Britain and Ireland.
 Susanna HESTER née ALDWORTH (1655-1731)
· Daughter of Richard ALDWORTH (1615-1680) and Anne GWYNNE (?-1705)
· Susanna Aldworth (1655-1731), baptised at Ruscombe, 7 January 1654/5; married, 5 June 1679 at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster (Middx), Robert Hester of Shiplake (Oxon), but had no issue; widowed by 1724 (and possibly much earlier) and lived with her brother at East Lockinge (Berks); buried at Lockinge, 17 May 1731; will proved 10 July 1731; Landed Families of Britain and Ireland.
 July ANDREWS
 Clement FREEBORNE
 Anne FORBENCH
 Dorothy ALDWORTH (1665-1715)
· Never married and at time of death was living with her brother.
 Thomas BROADNAX
 William BROADNAX of Godmersham, co. Kent, esq.
 Richard ALDWORTH (1684-1738)
· presumably the Richard ALDWORTH (1684-1738) a son of Richard ALDWORTH (1646-1707) and Mary CROFTON.
· He married Catherine NEVILLE of Billingbere House and their son Richard Neville ALDWORTH inherited the NEVILLE estates.
 Thomas BROADNAX
 James HEIGHS aka HAYES (d. 1750)
· Husband of Mary ALDWORTH (1686-1745).
· He was a lawyer.
 George PARKER sr. of Chichester
 Thomas LAYTON
 Richard NELSON
 Widow RAGLESS
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