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Iremonger, Thomas, waterman, 1601
Iremonger, Thomas, of St Saviour, waterman. Asks to be buried in St Saviour church, near his late wife. Bequests to the Master of her majesty's barge, and to the Overseer of the River. Has messuages in Paris Garden, some with wharves on the Thames: one occupied now by one Story, earlier by John Dorrell; another occupied by Edward Soare shipwright and his now wife; another by Francis Okey or William Belton. Has other messuages there also, many new-built, occupied by John Bromefeild, Robert Hitchman, Andrew Rose, William Passyon, Nicholas Berelowe alias Fortys, and Ryce Jones.
Date written: 1601 May 18.
Date proved: 1601 June 15.
Family members named: Robert Iremonger his underage eldest son, to have a messuage and wharf by the Thames. Richard Iremonger his underage sons. Grace Iremonger his underage daughter. Alice Bellamye his daughter and her husband Robert Bellamy. William Iremonger, son of his late brother William. His sister Margaret Towell, her husband Isaac Towell, and their underage daughter Katherine Smithe. His late wife's mother, unnamed. Margaret Woodroof his sister and her husband. Agnes Barnes his sister and her husband. His sister Allen and her husband. His sisters Brooker and Palmer. His brother and sister Bowlt.
Others named: Joan Dabbes; Mr Butterton the minister.
Executor: Robert Bellamy his son in law. On 18 July 1641 administration granted to Hanna Day, wife of Joseph Day, she the only daughter of Robert Bellamy, he being deceased.
Overseers: William Butterton; Robert Johnson scrivener.
Witnesses: none recorded.
[Reference: TNA, Prob.11/98, ff.24r-25r (register copy). Abstracted in SAC vol.10 pp.295-296.]