NameThomas COTTERELL , 6G Grandfather
Birth1710, Saintbury, Gloucestershire
Baptism14 Nov 1710
Death8 Jan 1779
Burial11 Jan 1779, Saintbury, Gloucestershire
OccupationAttorney At Law
Spouses
1Elizabeth STOKES , 6G Grandmother
Marriage31 Jan 1734, Condicote, Gloucestershire
ChildrenElizabeth (1736-1811)
 Edward (-~1814)
 Alice (-~1820)
 Catherine (-~1820)
Notes for Thomas COTTERELL
of Chipping Campden, Gloucester (from visitation of England and Wales)

England Select Births and Christenings Saintbury, Gloucestershire
Baptism November 14, 1710 Thomas Cotterell legitimate son of father Edward Cotterell and Alice.

The Poll at the Election of a Knight for the Shire for the County of Gloucester, May 1776
Chipping Campden
Freeholder Allen James, abode not listed [presumably Chipping Campden], freehold consists of a message, in whole tenure Edward Cotterell
Freeholder Thomas Cotterell, abode not listed [presumably Chipping Campden], freehold consists of a message, in whole tenure his own

Gentleman’s Magazine 1779
Deaths
January 8 Mr. Thomas Cotterell, Attorney at Law, Steward to Lord Fortescue, of his Lordship’s Gloucestershire estates, and Deputy to Right Hon. the Earl of Gainsborough, Hereditary High Steward of the Borough of Chipping Campden.

Parish Records Saintbury
Burials
Thomas Cotterell of Campden January 11, 1779
[Saintbury is about 3 kilometres from Chipping Campden.]

Will

This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Cotterell of Chipping Campden in the County of Gloucester Gentleman which I make and ordain in manner following Ffirst I give devise and bequeath unto my loving wife Elizabeth Cotterell and unto my two Daughters Alice and Catherine that messuage or tenement wherein I now dwell in Chipping Campden aforesaid together with all houses edifices and buildings and Garden Ground thereunto belonging to have and to hold the same for and during the natural life of my said wife and from and after her decease I give and devise the same premises unto my son Edward Cotterell and his heirs forever Also I give unto my said wife and two daughters Alice and Catherine all my household goods and furniture of what sort or kind soever and also my plate China and linen to be enjoyed by them for and during the natural life of my said wife and from and after her decease I give the said furniture plate linen and China unto my said two daughters to be equally divided between them share and share alike Also I give and devise unto my said wife and two daughters all my Messuages Lands and Tenements and Hereditaments situated and lying and being in the parish of Broadway in the County of Worcester now in the occupation of William ???oroman And also all those several Closes or Enclosed Grounds situated lying and being in Saintbury in the County of Gloucester now in the occupation of William Mossley and also all that allotment in the parish of Willisery? in the said county of Gloucester now in the pofsefsion of the said William Mossley to have and to hold the said Messuages Lands Tenements Closes Alotements and Hereditaments and premises in the several parishes of Broadway Saintbury and Willoisor? unto my said wife and two Daughters for and during the term of the natural life of my said wife and from and after her decease I give the same unto my said two daughters Alice and Catherine Cotterell and their heirs forever to hold as tenements in common and not as Joint Tenants Also I give unto my Daughter Elizabeth Kemp my piece of Ground situate lying and being in Brick Street near Hyde Park Corner [London] in the County of Middlesex and the Buildings thereupon if any such are erected To hold the same unto my said Daughter Elizabeth Kemp and her heirs forever Also I give unto my loving wife the sum of one hundred pounds and unto my four children Elizabeth Kemp Alice Catharine and Edward Cotterell the Sum of fifty pounds a piece Also I give unto my Grand Children that shall be living at the time of my decease the sum of five pounds a piece Also I give unto my son Edward Cotterell my Gold Watch and all the rest residue and remainder of my personal Estate I give unto my said two Daughters Alice and Catherine Cotterell whom I hereby nominate and appoint Joint Executrixes of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former or other will or wills by me made In Witness whereof ??? ??? set my hand and Seal this twelfth day of May in the year of our Lord 1773
Tho Cotterell
Witnessed by John Lane, Robt Hands and Mary Isod
Proved at London April 4, 1779 by the oaths of Alice Cotterell spinster and Catherine Cotterell spinster
Notes for Elizabeth (Spouse 1)
Parish Registers St. Nicholas, Condicote, Gloucetsershire
Thomas Cotterell and Elizabeth Stokes both of Campden were married at Condicote January 31, 1734.

Named in the will of her husband Thomas Cotterell, dated May 12, 1773, proven April 4, 1779.
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