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John RUCK[1]
 1485 - 1542

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  • Birth  Abt 1485 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  pre-24 Apr 1542  Boughton-Blean, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I3624  Young Family Kent Ancestry
    Last Modified  02 Apr 2008 01:06:14 
     
    Father  Unknown RUCK 
    Family ID  F1580  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Margaret 
    Married  Abt 1510  [2
    Children 
    >1. William RUCK, b. Abt 1510, Boughton-Blean, Kent, England
    >2. John RUCK, b. 1513
    Family ID  F1194  Group Sheet
     
  • Notes 
    • fonds CONFEDERATION OF THE CINQUE PORTS
      series Brotherhood Papers
      Repository East Kent Archives Centre
      Level file
      RefNo EK-CP/Bp/200
      Title Fragment of circular letter referring to an order made at Sandwich against Edward Spillett and William Ruck for suing writs of restition
      Date c.1663
      RelatedMaterial Related Material See B.B.f. 283v

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      [Kent.]C. 4867. Grant by Robert son of the late . . . . de . . . herst to John Rucke, Maud his wife, William their son, and the heirs of William, of 3a. land called 'Brodefeld' and 2a. land called 'Schor . . . . . esland' in Hevere. Monday, the feast of St. . . . the Apostle, 15 Edward II. Faded. (1321/22)

      From: 'Deeds: C.4801 - C.4900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 132-146. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64478&strquery=rucke. Date accessed: 02 April 2008.

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      [Kent.]C. 4864. Indenture of defeasance of a charter of feoffment, 9 October, 13 Henry VI, whereby John Rukke of Hevere 'colyer' gave to Sir John Mason and Richard Staneford all his land and all his goods; to wit if John pay them 20l. in the church of Chidyngston within two years, as specified, the charter and seisin had thereon to be void. Chidyngston, 10 October, 13 Henry VI. (1435/36)

      From: 'Deeds: C.4801 - C.4900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 132-146. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64478&strquery=rucke. Date accessed: 02 April 2008.

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  • Sources 
    1. [S20] Will, Consistory Court of Canterbury, Consistory Court of Canterbury, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, (U.S.A., Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah), LDS Film #0188842, 1537-1542, 24 Apr 1542.
      IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN, the eight day of December in the year of our Lord God a thousand, five hundred, forty-one, and in the 33rd year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord King Henry the eighth,

      I, JOHN RUKE, of Boughton-under-Blean, in the County of Kent, being of whole mind and in good memory, make this my present testament and last Will in forms following:

      First, I bequeath my soul to almighty God and my body to be buried in the churchyard of Boughton, aforesaid. To the high altar of the said church for my tithes and obligations forgotten and negligently withholden, I bequeath eight [8] pence.

      Also, to every of my godchildren I bequeath four [4] pence.

      Item, I will that my Executrix or her assigns provide and have at every of the days of my sepulture trigintall and year’s mind, five masses with dirges according, to be sung and said for my soul and all Christian souls, and likewise, at my two year’s mind and three year’s mind, two masses with dirges according.

      Also, I bequeath to WILLIAM RUK [sic], my son, those twenty [20] ewes which be in the custody of Thomas Godhew of Selling, paying the said William, or his assigns, unto MARGARET, my wife, or her assigns, yearly during all the term of her life six [6] shillings eight [8] pence at the feasts of Annunciation of our Lady and Saint Michael the Archangel, by even portions.

      Item, I bequeath to JOHN RUK [sic], my son, those twenty [20] ewes which be in his own custody, paying in like manner to my said wife yearly during all the time of her life six [6] shillings eight [8] pence at the feasts of Annunciation of our Lady and Saint Michael, in even portions.

      Also, I bequeath to the said JOHN, my son, after the decease of my said wife, my new pot of brass containing by estimation four [4] gallons. And also I bequeath to the said WILLIAM, my son, in like manner one other pot of brass containing by estimation four [4] gallons.

      The residue of all my goods and chattels before not bequeathed, my debts, bequests and funeral expenses paid, I give and bequeath to the said MARGARET, my wife, whom of this my present testament I make and ordain sole Executrix.

      AND AS TOUCHING the disposition of all my lands and tenements with the appurtenances within the said parish of Boughton or elsewhere, my will is that the said WILLIAM RUK, my son, shall have and hold to him, his heirs and assigns forever my messuage, garden and lands with the appurtenances at Boughton Street which the said WILLIAM now occupieth immediately after my decease paying the said WILLIAM, or his assigns, to my said wife, or her assigns, yearly during all the term of her life seven [7] shillings of lawful money of England at four [4] terms of the year, that is to say, Annunciation of our Lady, Nativity of Saint John Baptist, Saint Michael the Archangel and birth of our Lord God, by even portions.

      Also I will that my said wife and her assigns shall have and occupy mine messuage that I now dwell in, gardens and all my other lands and tenements with the appurtenances and the profits thereof to take to her proper use of and by all the term of her natural life, keeping reparations and paying the rent thereof. And after the decease of my said wife, I will that the said messuage, gardens, lands and tenements to the said MARGARET before assigned for term of life, remain entirely to the said JOHN RUK, my son, and to his heirs and assigns forever, upon such condition as followeth, that is to say, that and if the said JOHN pay or do to be paid, his heirs, executors or assigns pay or do to be paid, to the said WILLIAM RUK, his heirs, executors or assigns sixty [60] pounds of lawful money of England within three years next and immediately following after the decease of the said MARGARET, that is to say, within one year next after her decease five pounds, six shillings eight pence and so every year one after the other next following, five pounds, six shillings, eight pence until the said sixty pounds, six shillings eight pence in form aforesaid be fully paid and satisfied, PROVIDED always that and if the said JOHN, his heirs, Executors or assigns make default in payment of the said sixty [60] pounds six shillings eight pence in part or in all against manner and form before mentioned then I will all the said messuage, gardens, lands and tenements with the appurtenances before assigned to the said JOHN and his heirs, wholly remain to the said WILLIAM and his heirs for ever upon such conditions as followeth, that and if the said WILLIAM RUK, pay, or do to be paid his heirs, Executors or assigns pay or do to be paid, to the said JOHN RUK, his heirs, Executors or assigns within the said three years next after the decease of the said MARGARET, my wife, thirty [30] pounds of lawful money of England, that is to say, every year of the said three years, ten [10] pounds until the full payment of the said thirty [30] pounds.

      This witnesseth John Adane, Robert Sulfar and Thomas Austen

      PROBATE granted 24th day of April 1542 to John Adane and Thomas Austen
      Will of John Rucke, Sr. of Boughton-under-Blean

    2. [S20] Will, Consistory Court of Canterbury, Consistory Court of Canterbury, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, (U.S.A., Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah), LDS Film #0188842, 1537-1542, 24 Apr 1542.
      Will of John Rucke, Sr. of Boughton-under-Blean

  

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