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Lancs01 - Descendants of William Hulley who was born c1555

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10. John Hulley

1680/81 28 Nov - son James baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James s. of John
Hulley de Diggbanke. Note:- Digbanke/Digbonke was situated immediately south
of the old St Michael's parish churchyard. Coal was dug from this location.

1684 - wife was 'late of Digbancke' when buried. Digbank was situated south of the
original churchyard of St Michael's parish church, Ashton under Lyne. See
'England in Ashton under Lyne' by Winifred M. Bowman 1960.

1684 15 Nov - wife buried in St Michael's parish churchyard: Martha w. of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke.

Monumental Inscription:

M.H. (Martha, wife of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke)
1684
.............. Hull.. (Mary, wife of James Hulley de Opp)
1698

James Hulley
June the 13 1719

Shusan Hully March ye 30 1741(Susan, wife of John Hulley, son of James Hulley)
Aged 61

Location in St Michael's graveyard: RHS of main west door - on floor.

1691 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - Ridge Hill & Lannes JOHN HULLEY 6d (to pay)

1691 (2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rate - Ridge Hill & Lannes JOHN HULLEY & occupiers 3d

1694 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - Ridge Hill & Lannes JOHN HULLEY 6d

1695 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 6d

1696 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 6d

1701 2nd hallf) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 6d

1703 (2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 6d

1705 10 Mar - father made Will:
IN THE NAME of God Amen the Tenth Day of March Anno Domi 1705. I WILLIAM
HULLEY of Ridgehill in ye Parrish of Ashton under Line & County of Lancaster
Husbandman being Crasey and weake of Body but of perfect mind and memory
thanks be given to Almighty god for ye same Doo make this my last Will and Testament
In manner & form following that is to say principally I give & recommend my Soul into
ye hands of Almighty god my maker having through the merits death and passion of
Jesus Christ my Saviour to obtain full & free pardon and forgiveness of all my sins, and
for my body I recommend itt to ye earth to be Buried In Such Decent Sort as my
executors shill think fitt; and as for such worldy estate as itt hath pleased god to bless
me withall in this life I doe give devise & dispose them in ye following manner & form:
Imprimus I will that all my Debts funarall expenses ye probate of my will the exipition of
an Inventory be paid & deducted out of all my personall estate & temporall goods; Item
I doe hereby give & bequeath to my daughter SARAH wife of THOMAS COTTERILL all
my Beding whatever & five shillings in money to be paid and given to her; Item I doe
hereby give to my son JAMES one shilling in full of all bequeathed whatever and as for
the Rest Residue & Remainder of all my personall estate & temporall goods
whatsoever I doe hereby give & bequeath them all to my Two Sons JOHN and
ROBERT to be equally divided betwixt them part & part Alike Item And Lastly whereas I
did refer to my Selfe a parcell of housing belonging to mee called by the name of ye
Loomhouse which I did except when I did settle ye other of my Sone JAMES leaving
that out att my disposall, And I doe hereby give all my title Naime tenantright property
whatsoever in and to the housing before mentioned hearby & Absolutely after my
decease for ever unto my Sone JOHN HULLEY his heirs and Assignese for ever, to
come & go to and; be used by him & his as shall be for their advantage & without
Disturbance by any persons or person whatever And I doe hereby make and ordaine
my loving Sones JOHN and ROBERT my whole and Sole executors of this my Last will
& testament, and I doe hereby utterly disallow Revoake and Disanull every & other
former wills testaments & bequeaths & legacies before made by me Rattifying and
Confirming this to be my Last will & testament & no other In witness whereof I have
hereunto sett my hand and seal ye day & year above written.

Sealed Signed published & pronounced In WILLIAM HULLEY his
wittness of us marke & Seale
JOHN KERSHAWE Junior
JOHN KERSHAWE Senior
JOHN CLOUGH

Inventory makers and Valuers
EDMUND BRADBURY
JAMES HULLEY
JOHN CLOUGH

1706 (2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 6d

Apr 1709 - Curchwarden's Accounts for St Michael's parish church Ashton under Lyne include:
Itm to JOHN HULLEY for stone for batlements 3s 0d
Itm to JOHN HULLEY for 8 ............... of flaging 2s 0d
Itm to JOHN HULLEY for dressing & (straight)ening stone for the batlements
and for takeinge the said batlements downe 29 day work £1 8s 0d
Source - Lancashire County Record Office ref PR 2566 (copy held)

1710 (2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rate - Hen Hurst & JOHN HULLEY 3s 2.5d

1718 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 12d

1719 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 1s 8d; JOHN HULLY house at bridge 3d

1719 (2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 12d; JOHN HULLY house at bridge 5d

1722 13 Dec - buried at St Michael's parish church: JOHN HOOLEY Mason.

1722/23 1 Jan - Admon granted to William Cotteral (husband of sister Sarah):
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION FOR THE ESTATE OF JOHN HULLEY OF RIDGE
HILL ASHTON UNDER LINE 1722
(Latin text in first paragraph)
THE CONDITON of this Obligaton is such that if ye above Bounden WILLIAM
COTTERAL Nephew & Administrator of all and singular the goods chells and credits
of JOHN HULLEY of Asheton Undr Line Mason lately deceased doo make or cause
to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the goods chattells and
credits of the said deceased which have or shall come to the hands possion or
knowledge of him the said WILLIAM COTTERAL or into the hands or possession of
any person or persons for him and the same soe make do or exhibit or cause to be
exhibited into the Registry of ye Constistory Court at Chester at or before the fifth day
of April next ensuing And the same goods chattells and credits of the said deceased
at the time of his death which at any time after shall come to the hands or possession
of the said WILLIAM COTTERAL or into the hands or possession of any other person
or persons for him doe well and truly administer according to law And further doe
make or cause to be made a true and just accompt of his sd Acton at or before ye
Sixth day of January 1723 and all the rest and residue of the said goods chattells and
credits which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrations accompt the
same being first examined and allowed of by the Judge or Judges for the time being
of the said Court shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as
the said Judge or Judges, by his or their decree or sentence psuant to the true intent
and meaning of a late Act of Parliament made in the two and twentieth and three
and twentieth yeares of the raign of our Late Soveraigne Ld. King Charles the
second (Intituled An Act for the better settling of Intestates (& states) shall limitt and
appoint And if it shall hereafter appeare that any last will and Testament was made
by the deceased and the Executor or Executors therein named doe exhibit the
same unto the said Court makeing request to have it allowed and approved
accordingly if the said WILLIAM CATTERAL above bounden being thereunto
required doe render and deliver the said Lwes of Acton (approbaton of such
Testament being first had and made) in the said Court Then this Obligaton to be
void and of none effect or else to remaine in full force and vertue.
WILLIAM COTTERAL
Sealed & delivered his marke
in the presence of

SARAH HYDE JOHN JACKSON
RCD. AYNSCOUGH his marke

JAMES HULLEY (this person is probably the brother of the deceased).)

1722/23 1 Jan - Schedule or Inventory of the Goods Late of JOHN HULLEYs of Ridge Hill in ye Parish
of Ashton under Line and County of Lancaster Mason by us whose names are
hereunder subscribed. (John Robinson Philip Walker).
Source - Lancashire Record Office ref 1722 (copy held)

1722/23 5 Jan - Administration of his estate granted to WILLIAM COTTERAL (husband of John's
younger sister) Sealed and delivered Signed : WILLIAM COTTERAL his T marke
in the presence of JOHN JACKSON his J marke SARAH HYDE JAMES HULLEY
RAD: AYNSCOUGH.
Reference made to JACOBI HULLEY filia dedci (JAMES HULLEY son of the
deceased). This could be to show that because of his death, William Cottterall the
husband of Sarah Hulley was appointed Administrator Source: Lancashire Record
Office (ref as above) (copy held).

1723 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 12d; itm more for house at bridge 3d.

1723 (2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rate - JOHN HULLEY 1s 3d; itm more for house at bridge 3d.

1730/31 23 Apr - ?widow buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Ann Hully of ye Town wid.
Note: this could be the second wife of the late John Hulley mason who died in
1722. Although he was of Ridgehill Lanes when he died he was previously of the
town.


Martha ......

1680/81 28 Nov - son James baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James s. of John
Hulley de Diggbanke. Note:- Digbanke/Digbonke was situated immediately south
of the old St Michael's parish churchyard. Coal was dug from this location.

1684 15 Nov - buried in St Michael's parish churchyard: Martha w. of John Hulley Duckinfield late
of Digbanke. Digbank was situated south of the original churchyard
of St Michael's parish church, Ashton under Lyne. See 'England in Ashton under
Lyne' by Winifred M. Bowman 1960.

Monumental Inscription:

M.H. (Martha, wife of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke)
1684
.............. Hull.. (Mary, wife of James Hulley de Opp)
1698

James Hulley
June the 13 1719

Shusan Hully March ye 30 1741
Aged 61

Location in St Michael's graveyard: RHS of main west door - on floor.


Anne ......

1730/31 23 Apr - ?widow buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Ann Hully of ye Town wid.
Note: this could be the second wife of the late John Hulley mason who died in
1722. Although he was of Ridgehill Lanes when he died he was previously of the
town.


11. James Hulley

1675-76 19 Dec - dau Alice baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Alice d. of James Hulley opp.

1677-78 23 Sep - dau Mary baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary d. of James Hulley opp.

1679-80 30 Jan - son William baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of James Hulley opp.

1681-82 27 Feb - dau Sarah baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Sarah d. of James Hulley opp.

1683-84 5 Mar - dau Mary baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary d. of James Hulley opp.

1683-84 1 Dec - dau Mary buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary c. of James Hulley opp.

1685-86 20 Mar - dau Elizabeth baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Elizabeth d. of James Hulley de
Opp.

1685 - Ashton under Lyne Churchwardens and Overseers Accounts - incl JAMES HULLEY - source: Local
Studies Library Stalybridge - selected entries transcribed.

1687 13 May - son John baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: John s. of James Hulley de Opp.

1691 (1st half) - Assessment for Poor Rate -Ashton Town JAMES HULLEY to pay 18d
1691 (2nd half) - Assessment for Poor Rate -Ashton Town JAMES HULLEY to pay 9d

1694 (1st half) - Assessment for Poor Rate -Ashton Town JAMES HULLEY to pay 10d

1695 (1st half) - Assessment for Poor Rate - JAMES HULLEY to pay 6d

1696 (1st half) - Assessment for Poor Rate - JAMES HULLEY to pay 18d

1698-99 22 Jul - wife buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary w. James Hulley de Opp; mason.

1699-1700 25 Jul - son William buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of James Hulley de Opp:
mason.

1701 (2nd half) - Assessment for Poor Rate - JAMES HULLEY and occupiers to pay 12d - source: County Record
Office Preston ref PR 2572

1701/02 13 Jan - dau Elizabeth buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Elizabeth d. of James Hulley mason.

1701-02 22 Dec - married at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James Hulley mason Anna Kirshaw.

1702-03 14 Mar - son William baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of James Hulley mason.

1705 10 Mar - father made Will:
IN THE NAME of God Amen the Tenth Day of March Anno Domi 1705. I WILLIAM HULLEY of Ridgehill
in ye Parrish of Ashton under Line & County of Lancaster Husbandman being Crasey and weake of
Body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to Almighty god for ye same Doo make this my
last Will and Testament In manner & form following that is to say principally I give & recommend my
Soul into ye hands of Almighty god my maker having through the merits death and passion of Jesus
Christ my Saviour to obtain full & free pardon and forgiveness of all my sins, and for my body I
recommend itt to ye earth to be Buried In Such Decent Sort as my executors shill think fitt; and as for
such worldy estate as itt hath pleased god to bless me withall in this life I doe give devise & dispose
them in ye following manner & form: Imprimus I will that all my Debts funarall expenses ye probate of
my will the exipition of an Inventory be paid & deducted out of all my personall estate & temporall goods;
Item I doe hereby give & bequeath to my daughter SARAH wife of THOMAS COTTERILL all my Beding
whatever & five shillings in money to be paid and given to her; Item I doe hereby give to my son JAMES
one shilling in full of all bequeathed whatever and as for the Rest Residue & Remainder of all my
personall estate & temporall goods whatsoever I doe hereby give & bequeath them all to my Two Sons
JOHN and ROBERT to be equally divided betwixt them part & part Alike Item And Lastly whereas I did
refer to my Selfe a parcell of housing belonging to mee called by the name of ye Loomhouse which I did
except when I did settle ye other of my Sone JAMES leaving that out att my disposall, And I doe hereby
give all my title Naime tenantright property whatsoever in and to the housing before mentioned hearby &
Absolutely after my decease for ever unto my Sone JOHN HULLEY his heirs and Assignese for ever, to
come & go to and; be used by him & his as shall be for their advantage & without Disturbance by any
persons or person whatever And I doe hereby make and ordaine my loving Sones JOHN and ROBERT
my whole and Sole executors of this my Last will & testament, and I doe hereby utterly disallow
Revoake and Disanull every & other former wills testaments & bequeaths & legacies before made by
me Rattifying and Confirming this to be my Last will & testament & no other In witness whereof I have
hereunto sett my hand and seal ye day & year above written.

Sealed Signed published & pronounced In WILLIAM HULLEY his
wittness of us marke & Seale
JOHN KERSHAWE Junior
JOHN KERSHAWE Senior
JOHN CLOUGH

Inventory makers and Valuers
EDMUND BRADBURY
JAMES HULLEY
JOHN CLOUGH

1705 29 Jul - son Robert baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: ROBERT s. of JAMES HULLEY Mason.

1708 4 Jul - son Arthur baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Arthur s. of James Hulley.

1713-14 12 Jan - wife buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Anna w. of James Hulley of ye Town.

1715-16 13 Oct - married at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James Hulley Hannah Harrison.

Note: the above marriage may not be correctly located because when James Hulley died in 1719 he made no mention of a wife Hannah/Ann in his will. Further research will need to be undertaken to establish whether this James Hulley did in fact marry Hannah Harrison in 1715-16.

1719 23 Apr - made Will:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the Twenty Third day of April in the fifth yeare of the
Reigne of our Most Gratious Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of god of great
Britanie France & Ireland King defender of the Faith Annoqr Domi 1719 I JAMES
HULLY of Ashton underline in the County of Lancaster Mason being wake of Body but of
Sound and perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty god for the same doe
ordaine and make this my Last will and Testament in Manner and forme following (that
is to Say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into the hands of Almighty
god And my Body I Commend to the earth to be decently Buried att the discretion of my
Executors hereafter named and as Touching such Temporall Estate as it hath pleased
Almighty god to bestow upon me I give leave & bestow as followeth first it is my will and
mind that all my Lawful Debts be paid oweing at my decease funarall Expences
probate of this my Last will and Testament be all paid first and discharged out of my
personall and Real Estate Itm. I give and devise to SARAH my daughter the sume of
one shilling in full of her childs part Itm I give and devise to MARY my daughter the
Sume of one shilling in full of her child part Itm it is my will that the Cubboard in my
house and bed stead in the parlour be Left unsold and Stand for Heirs roomed
in the house while the house Continues in the name of HULLEY Itm it is my will and
mind that att after all my Lawful Debts be paid funerall Expenses probate of this my
Last will and Testament Legatee paid as aforesaid and my Children brought up att the
discretion of my Executors herein and hereafter Named Itm it is my will and mind and I
doe hereby give leave and devise to JOHN HULLEY my Son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees the higher house where I now dwell for and during all the time and terms of
the orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said
JOHN HULLEY my son or his Assignees shall and will well and truly pay or Cause to
be paid unto WILLIAM HULLEY my son the sume of Seven pounds of good and
Lawful money of great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where
I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son JOHN HULLEY or his Assignees
shall and will of his or there owne proper Cost and Charges repair the roofe over the
house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as Aforesaid
Itm I give and leave and devise to ROBERT HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees all that Lower house where JOHN GEE now Liveth which belong to me
for and dureing all the time and Terme of ye orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon
made hee the said ROBERT HULLEY or his Assignees paying and discharging of the
Claire Issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a year yearly
of Lawfull British money during the Terme of the Orrigonall Indenture of Lease
thereon made unto ARTHUR HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue or Assignees But it is
my will and mind that if default be made in payment of the Aforesd. Sumes of Seven
Pounds and Eight Shillings A yeare before expre that then and In Such Case I doe
hereby Authorise and Give power to my Executors hereafter named to enter upon the
premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid sume of Seven
pounds be paid and discharged to my son WILLIAM HULLEY and the yearly sume of
Eight Shillings a year to my son ARTHUR HULLEY be Secured as Aforesaid And I
doe hereby Constitute ordane and appoint ROBERT HULLEY my Brother of quick
Sadleworth in the County of York Cloather and JAMES HULLEY his son Executors of
this my Last will and Testament hopeing the(y) will see the same performed
According to my sure Trust in them Reposed and I doe hereby fustrate make void
and disanull all other former wills and Testaments by me made and doe declare this
to be my Last will and Testament and no other. In wittness whereof I have hereunto
sett my hand and Seale the day and yeare first above written.

Sealed signed published and declared
by me JAMES HULLEY the Testator to be
my Last will and Testament in the presence
and wittness of JAMES HULLEY
HUMPHREY SMITH X
MARY LOMAS his mark
THOS. WALKER

1719 13 Jun - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James Hulley of ye Town.

Monumental Inscription:

M.H. (Martha, wife of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke)
1684
.............. Hull.. (Mary, wife of James Hulley de Opp)
1698

James Hulley
June the 13 1719

Shusan Hully March ye 30 1741 (Susan, wife of John Hulley, son of James Hulley)
Aged 61

Location in St Michael's graveyard: RHS of main west door - on floor.

1719 18 Jun - Inventory made of all goods etc by Thos. Walker, Robert Hulley (son). Total value =
£1.12s.7d.

Main benificiaries of will:

1. Sarah my daughter: the sume of one shillinge in full of her child's part.

2. Mary my daughter: the sume of one shillinge in full of her child's part.

It is my will & mind that the Cubboard in my house and bed Stead in the Parler be Left unsold and stand for Heire Loomes in the house while the house Continues in the name of Hulley.

3. John Hulley my son his Lawful Issue and Assigns: the higher house where I now dwell for and dureing all the time and terme of the Orriginall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said John Hulley my son or his Assignes shall and will well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto William Hulley my son the sume of seven pounds of good and Lawfull money of Great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son John Hulleyor his assignes shall and will at his or there own proper Cost and Charges Repair the roofe over the house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as aforesaid.

4. Robert Hulley my son his Lawful Issue and Assignes: all that Lower house where John Gee now liveth which belong to me for and dureing all the time and Terme of Orriginall Indenture of Lease Thereon made hee the said Robert Hulley or his Assignes payeinga and dischargeing of the Claire issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a yeare yearly of Lawfull British money dureing the Terme of the Orriginall Indenture of Lease thereon made unto Arthur Hulley my Son his Lawfull Issue or Assignes But it is my Will and mind that if default be made in payment of the aforesaid
seven pounds and eight shillings A yeare before expressed that then and in such case I doe hereby authorise and give power to my Executors hereafter name to enter upon the said premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid Sume of Seven poundes be paid and discharged to my son William Hulley and the yearly sume of Eight shillings a year to my son Arthur Hulley be secured as aforesaid.

Executors appointed: 1. Robert Hulley my Brother of Quick and Sadleworth in the County of York
Cloathier.
2. James Hulley his son.

James Hulley made his J mark and seal

Witnesses to signing: 1. Humphrey Smith
2. Mary Lomas
3. Thos. Walker


Mary ......

1675-76 19 Dec - daughter Alice baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Alice d. of
James Hulley opp.

1677-78 23 Sep - daughter Mary baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary d. of
James Hulley opp.

1679-80 30 Jan - son William baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of James
Hulley opp.

1681-82 27 Feb - daughter Sarah baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Sarah d. of
James Hulley opp.

1683-84 5 Mar - daughter Mary baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary d. of James
Hulley opp.

1683-84 1 Dec - daughter Mary buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary c. of James
Hulley opp.

1685-86 20 Mar - daughter Elizabeth baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Elizabeth d.
of James Hulley de Opp.

1687 13 May - son John baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: John s. of James Hulley
de Opp.

1698-99 22 Jul - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary w. James Hulley de Opp;
mason.

Monumental Inscription:

M.H. (Martha, wife of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke)
1684
.............. Hull.. (Mary, wife of James Hulley de Opp)
1698

James Hulley
June the 13 1719

Shusan Hully March ye 30 1741 (Susan, wife of John Hulley, son of James Hulley)
Aged 61

Location in St Michael's graveyard: RHS of main west door - on floor.


18. Alice Hulley

1675-76 19 Dec - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Alice d. of James Hulley opp.


19. Mary Hulley

1677-78 23 Sep - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary d. of James Hulley opp.

1683 1 Dec - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary c. of James Hulley opp.


20. William Hulley

1679-80 30 Jan - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of James Hulley opp.

1699-1700 25 Jul - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of James Hulley de Opp:
mason.


21. Sarah Hulley

1681-82 27 Feb - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Sarah d. of James Hulley opp

1719 23 Apr - father made Will:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the Twenty Third day of April in the fifth yeare of the
Reigne of our Most Gratious Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of god of great
Britanie France & Ireland King defender of the Faith Annoqr Domi 1719 I JAMES
HULLY of Ashton underline in the County of Lancaster Mason being wake of Body but of
Sound and perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty god for the same doe
ordaine and make this my Last will and Testament in Manner and forme following (that
is to Say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into the hands of Almighty
god And my Body I Commend to the earth to be decently Buried att the discretion of my
Executors hereafter named and as Touching such Temporall Estate as it hath pleased
Almighty god to bestow upon me I give leave & bestow as followeth first it is my will and
mind that all my Lawful Debts be paid oweing at my decease funarall Expences
probate of this my Last will and Testament be all paid first and discharged out of my
personall and Real Estate Itm. I give and devise to SARAH my daughter the sume of
one shilling in full of her childs part Itm I give and devise to MARY my daughter the
Sume of one shilling in full of her child part Itm it is my will that the Cubboard in my
house and bed stead in the parlour be Left unsold and Stand for Heirs roomed
in the house while the house Continues in the name of HULLEY Itm it is my will and
mind that att after all my Lawful Debts be paid funerall Expenses probate of this my
Last will and Testament Legatee paid as aforesaid and my Children brought up att the
discretion of my Executors herein and hereafter Named Itm it is my will and mind and I
doe hereby give leave and devise to JOHN HULLEY my Son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees the higher house where I now dwell for and during all the time and terms of
the orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said
JOHN HULLEY my son or his Assignees shall and will well and truly pay or Cause to
be paid unto WILLIAM HULLEY my son the sume of Seven pounds of good and
Lawful money of great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where
I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son JOHN HULLEY or his Assignees
shall and will of his or there owne proper Cost and Charges repair the roofe over the
house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as Aforesaid
Itm I give and leave and devise to ROBERT HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees all that Lower house where JOHN GEE now Liveth which belong to me
for and dureing all the time and Terme of ye orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon
made hee the said ROBERT HULLEY or his Assignees paying and discharging of the
Claire Issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a year yearly
of Lawfull British money during the Terme of the Orrigonall Indenture of Lease
thereon made unto ARTHUR HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue or Assignees But it is
my will and mind that if default be made in payment of the Aforesd. Sumes of Seven
Pounds and Eight Shillings A yeare before expre that then and In Such Case I doe
hereby Authorise and Give power to my Executors hereafter named to enter upon the
premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid sume of Seven
pounds be paid and discharged to my son WILLIAM HULLEY and the yearly sume of
Eight Shillings a year to my son ARTHUR HULLEY be Secured as Aforesaid And I
doe hereby Constitute ordane and appoint ROBERT HULLEY my Brother of quick
Sadleworth in the County of York Cloather and JAMES HULLEY his son Executors of
this my Last will and Testament hopeing the(y) will see the same performed
According to my sure Trust in them Reposed and I doe hereby fustrate make void
and disanull all other former wills and Testaments by me made and doe declare this
to be my Last will and Testament and no other. In wittness whereof I have hereunto
sett my hand and Seale the day and yeare first above written.

Sealed signed published and declared
by me JAMES HULLEY the Testator to be
my Last will and Testament in the presence
and wittness of JAMES HULLEY
HUMPHREY SMITH X
MARY LOMAS his mark
THOS. WALKER


22. Mary Hulley

1683-84 5 Mar - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Mary d. of James Hulley opp.

1719 23 Apr - father made Will:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the Twenty Third day of April in the fifth yeare of the
Reigne of our Most Gratious Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of god of great
Britanie France & Ireland King defender of the Faith Annoqr Domi 1719 I JAMES
HULLY of Ashton underline in the County of Lancaster Mason being wake of Body but of
Sound and perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty god for the same doe
ordaine and make this my Last will and Testament in Manner and forme following (that
is to Say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into the hands of Almighty
god And my Body I Commend to the earth to be decently Buried att the discretion of my
Executors hereafter named and as Touching such Temporall Estate as it hath pleased
Almighty god to bestow upon me I give leave & bestow as followeth first it is my will and
mind that all my Lawful Debts be paid oweing at my decease funarall Expences
probate of this my Last will and Testament be all paid first and discharged out of my
personall and Real Estate Itm. I give and devise to SARAH my daughter the sume of
one shilling in full of her childs part Itm I give and devise to MARY my daughter the
Sume of one shilling in full of her child part Itm it is my will that the Cubboard in my
house and bed stead in the parlour be Left unsold and Stand for Heirs roomed
in the house while the house Continues in the name of HULLEY Itm it is my will and
mind that att after all my Lawful Debts be paid funerall Expenses probate of this my
Last will and Testament Legatee paid as aforesaid and my Children brought up att the
discretion of my Executors herein and hereafter Named Itm it is my will and mind and I
doe hereby give leave and devise to JOHN HULLEY my Son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees the higher house where I now dwell for and during all the time and terms of
the orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said
JOHN HULLEY my son or his Assignees shall and will well and truly pay or Cause to
be paid unto WILLIAM HULLEY my son the sume of Seven pounds of good and
Lawful money of great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where
I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son JOHN HULLEY or his Assignees
shall and will of his or there owne proper Cost and Charges repair the roofe over the
house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as Aforesaid
Itm I give and leave and devise to ROBERT HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees all that Lower house where JOHN GEE now Liveth which belong to me
for and dureing all the time and Terme of ye orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon
made hee the said ROBERT HULLEY or his Assignees paying and discharging of the
Claire Issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a year yearly
of Lawfull British money during the Terme of the Orrigonall Indenture of Lease
thereon made unto ARTHUR HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue or Assignees But it is
my will and mind that if default be made in payment of the Aforesd. Sumes of Seven
Pounds and Eight Shillings A yeare before expre that then and In Such Case I doe
hereby Authorise and Give power to my Executors hereafter named to enter upon the
premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid sume of Seven
pounds be paid and discharged to my son WILLIAM HULLEY and the yearly sume of
Eight Shillings a year to my son ARTHUR HULLEY be Secured as Aforesaid And I
doe hereby Constitute ordane and appoint ROBERT HULLEY my Brother of quick
Sadleworth in the County of York Cloather and JAMES HULLEY his son Executors of
this my Last will and Testament hopeing the(y) will see the same performed
According to my sure Trust in them Reposed and I doe hereby fustrate make void
and disanull all other former wills and Testaments by me made and doe declare this
to be my Last will and Testament and no other. In wittness whereof I have hereunto
sett my hand and Seale the day and yeare first above written.

Sealed signed published and declared
by me JAMES HULLEY the Testator to be
my Last will and Testament in the presence
and wittness of JAMES HULLEY
HUMPHREY SMITH X
MARY LOMAS his mark
THOS. WALKER


23. Elizabeth Hulley

1685-86 20 Mar - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Elizabeth d. of James Hulley de
Opp.

1701/02 13 Jan - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Elizabeth d. of James Hulley mason.


24. John Hulley

1687 13 May - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: John s. of James Hulley de Opp.

1719 23 Apr - father made Will:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the Twenty Third day of April in the fifth yeare of the
Reigne of our Most Gratious Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of god of great
Britanie France & Ireland King defender of the Faith Annoqr Domi 1719 I JAMES
HULLY of Ashton underline in the County of Lancaster Mason being wake of Body but of
Sound and perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty god for the same doe
ordaine and make this my Last will and Testament in Manner and forme following (that
is to Say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into the hands of Almighty
god And my Body I Commend to the earth to be decently Buried att the discretion of my
Executors hereafter named and as Touching such Temporall Estate as it hath pleased
Almighty god to bestow upon me I give leave & bestow as followeth first it is my will and
mind that all my Lawful Debts be paid oweing at my decease funarall Expences
probate of this my Last will and Testament be all paid first and discharged out of my
personall and Real Estate Itm. I give and devise to SARAH my daughter the sume of
one shilling in full of her childs part Itm I give and devise to MARY my daughter the
Sume of one shilling in full of her child part Itm it is my will that the Cubboard in my
house and bed stead in the parlour be Left unsold and Stand for Heirs roomed
in the house while the house Continues in the name of HULLEY Itm it is my will and
mind that att after all my Lawful Debts be paid funerall Expenses probate of this my
Last will and Testament Legatee paid as aforesaid and my Children brought up att the
discretion of my Executors herein and hereafter Named Itm it is my will and mind and I
doe hereby give leave and devise to JOHN HULLEY my Son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees the higher house where I now dwell for and during all the time and terms of
the orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said
JOHN HULLEY my son or his Assignees shall and will well and truly pay or Cause to
be paid unto WILLIAM HULLEY my son the sume of Seven pounds of good and
Lawful money of great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where
I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son JOHN HULLEY or his Assignees
shall and will of his or there owne proper Cost and Charges repair the roofe over the
house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as Aforesaid
Itm I give and leave and devise to ROBERT HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees all that Lower house where JOHN GEE now Liveth which belong to me
for and dureing all the time and Terme of ye orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon
made hee the said ROBERT HULLEY or his Assignees paying and discharging of the
Claire Issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a year yearly
of Lawfull British money during the Terme of the Orrigonall Indenture of Lease
thereon made unto ARTHUR HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue or Assignees But it is
my will and mind that if default be made in payment of the Aforesd. Sumes of Seven
Pounds and Eight Shillings A yeare before expre that then and In Such Case I doe
hereby Authorise and Give power to my Executors hereafter named to enter upon the
premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid sume of Seven
pounds be paid and discharged to my son WILLIAM HULLEY and the yearly sume of
Eight Shillings a year to my son ARTHUR HULLEY be Secured as Aforesaid And I
doe hereby Constitute ordane and appoint ROBERT HULLEY my Brother of quick
Sadleworth in the County of York Cloather and JAMES HULLEY his son Executors of
this my Last will and Testament hopeing the(y) will see the same performed
According to my sure Trust in them Reposed and I doe hereby fustrate make void
and disanull all other former wills and Testaments by me made and doe declare this
to be my Last will and Testament and no other. In wittness whereof I have hereunto
sett my hand and Seale the day and yeare first above written.

Sealed signed published and declared
by me JAMES HULLEY the Testator to be
my Last will and Testament in the presence
and wittness of JAMES HULLEY
HUMPHREY SMITH X
MARY LOMAS his mark
THOS. WALKER

1741 30 Mar - wife buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Susan wife of John Hully of
Woodhouses. (North west of Ashton under Lyne towards Failsworth).

Monumental Inscription:

M.H. (Martha, wife of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke)
1684
.............. Hull.. (Mary, wife of James Hulley de Opp)
1698

James Hulley
June the 13 1719

Shusan Hully March ye 30 1741 (Susan, wife of John Hulley, son of James Hulley)
Aged 61

Location in St Michael's graveyard: RHS of main west door - on floor.

1757 06 May - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: John Hulley taylor of ye town.


Susan ......

1680 - born - date computed from information shown on monumental inscription below.

1741 30 Mar - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Susan wife of John Hully of Woodhouses. (North west of Ashton under Lyne towards Failsworth).

Monumental Inscription:

M.H. (Martha, wife of John Hulley Duckinfield late of Digbanke)
1684
.............. Hull.. (Mary, wife of James Hulley de Opp)
1698

James Hulley
June the 13 1719

Shusan Hully March ye 30 1741 (Susan, wife of John Hulley, son of James Hulley)
Aged 61

Location in St Michael's graveyard: RHS of main west door - on floor.


Anna Kirshaw

1673 18 Jan - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Anna d. of Anthoney Kirshaw de
Woodhouses. (Information supplied by Deloris)

1701-02 22 Dec - married at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James Hulley mason Anna
Kirshaw.

1702-03 14 Mar - son William baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: William s. of
James Hulley mason.

1705 29 Jul - son Robert baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: ROBERT s. of JAMES
HULLEY Mason.

1708 4 Jul - son Arthur baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Arthur s. of James Hulley.

1713-14 12 Jan - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Anna w. of James Hulley of ye Town.


26. Robert Hulley

1706 29 Jul - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: ROBERT s. of JAMES HULLEY Mason.

1719 23 Apr - father made Will:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the Twenty Third day of April in the fifth yeare of the
Reigne of our Most Gratious Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of god of great
Britanie France & Ireland King defender of the Faith Annoqr Domi 1719 I JAMES
HULLY of Ashton underline in the County of Lancaster Mason being wake of Body but of
Sound and perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty god for the same doe
ordaine and make this my Last will and Testament in Manner and forme following (that
is to Say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into the hands of Almighty
god And my Body I Commend to the earth to be decently Buried att the discretion of my
Executors hereafter named and as Touching such Temporall Estate as it hath pleased
Almighty god to bestow upon me I give leave & bestow as followeth first it is my will and
mind that all my Lawful Debts be paid oweing at my decease funarall Expences
probate of this my Last will and Testament be all paid first and discharged out of my
personall and Real Estate Itm. I give and devise to SARAH my daughter the sume of
one shilling in full of her childs part Itm I give and devise to MARY my daughter the
Sume of one shilling in full of her child part Itm it is my will that the Cubboard in my
house and bed stead in the parlour be Left unsold and Stand for Heirs roomed
in the house while the house Continues in the name of HULLEY Itm it is my will and
mind that att after all my Lawful Debts be paid funerall Expenses probate of this my
Last will and Testament Legatee paid as aforesaid and my Children brought up att the
discretion of my Executors herein and hereafter Named Itm it is my will and mind and I
doe hereby give leave and devise to JOHN HULLEY my Son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees the higher house where I now dwell for and during all the time and terms of
the orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said
JOHN HULLEY my son or his Assignees shall and will well and truly pay or Cause to
be paid unto WILLIAM HULLEY my son the sume of Seven pounds of good and
Lawful money of great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where
I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son JOHN HULLEY or his Assignees
shall and will of his or there owne proper Cost and Charges repair the roofe over the
house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as Aforesaid
Itm I give and leave and devise to ROBERT HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees all that Lower house where JOHN GEE now Liveth which belong to me
for and dureing all the time and Terme of ye orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon
made hee the said ROBERT HULLEY or his Assignees paying and discharging of the
Claire Issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a year yearly
of Lawfull British money during the Terme of the Orrigonall Indenture of Lease
thereon made unto ARTHUR HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue or Assignees But it is
my will and mind that if default be made in payment of the Aforesd. Sumes of Seven
Pounds and Eight Shillings A yeare before expre that then and In Such Case I doe
hereby Authorise and Give power to my Executors hereafter named to enter upon the
premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid sume of Seven
pounds be paid and discharged to my son WILLIAM HULLEY and the yearly sume of
Eight Shillings a year to my son ARTHUR HULLEY be Secured as Aforesaid And I
doe hereby Constitute ordane and appoint ROBERT HULLEY my Brother of quick
Sadleworth in the County of York Cloather and JAMES HULLEY his son Executors of
this my Last will and Testament hopeing the(y) will see the same performed
According to my sure Trust in them Reposed and I doe hereby fustrate make void
and disanull all other former wills and Testaments by me made and doe declare this
to be my Last will and Testament and no other. In wittness whereof I have hereunto
sett my hand and Seale the day and yeare first above written.

Sealed signed published and declared
by me JAMES HULLEY the Testator to be
my Last will and Testament in the presence
and wittness of JAMES HULLEY
HUMPHREY SMITH X
MARY LOMAS his mark
THOS. WALKER

CONTINUED ON NORFOLK/GLAMORGAN FAMILY TREE - ROBERT HULLEY Bap 29 Jul 1706.


Hannah Harrison

1715-16 13 Oct - married at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: James Hulley Hannah Harrison.
Note: the above marriage may not be correctly located because when James Hulley died in 1719 he made no mention of a wife Hannah/Ann in his will. Further research will need to be undertaken to establish whether this James Hulley did in fact marry Hannah Harrison in 1715-16.

1731 23 Apr - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Ann Hully of ye Town widow.


13. Robert Hulley

1659-60 18 Dec - born at Digbanke - see baptismal entry below.

1659-60 1 Jan - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: born 18 Dec Bap 1 Jan Robert s. of William
Hulley Digbanke.

1685 Nov - shown on Churchwardens and Overseers Accounts for Ashton under Lyne parish church

1685 Dec - shown on Churchwardens and Overseers Accounts for Ashton under Lyne parish church - source:
Local Studies Library, Stalybridge - selected entries transcribed.

1691 (1st half) - assessment of Poor Rates Robert Hulley of Lussley to pay 12d.

1691(2nd half) - assessment of Poor Rates Robert Hulley of Lussley to pay 6d. source: County Record Office Preston ref.
PR 2572 -= selected entries trancribed.

1705 10 Mar - father made Will:
IN THE NAME of God Amen the Tenth Day of March Anno Domi 1705. I WILLIAM HULLEY of Ridgehill
in ye Parrish of Ashton under Line & County of Lancaster Husbandman being Crasey and weake of
Body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to Almighty god for ye same Doo make this my
last Will and Testament In manner & form following that is to say principally I give & recommend my
Soul into ye hands of Almighty god my maker having through the merits death and passion of Jesus
Christ my Saviour to obtain full & free pardon and forgiveness of all my sins, and for my body I
recommend itt to ye earth to be Buried In Such Decent Sort as my executors shill think fitt; and as for
such worldy estate as itt hath pleased god to bless me withall in this life I doe give devise & dispose
them in ye following manner & form:
Imprimus I will that all my Debts funarall expenses ye probate of my will the exipition of an Inventory be
paid & deducted out of all my personall estate & temporall goods; Item I doe hereby give & bequeath to
my daughter SARAH wife of THOMAS COTTERILL all my Beding whatever & five shillings in money to
be paid and given to her; Item I doe hereby give to my son JAMES one shilling in full of all bequeathed
whatever and as for the Rest Residue & Remainder of all my personall estate & temporall goods
whatsoever I doe hereby give & bequeath them all to my Two Sons JOHN and ROBERT to be equally
divided betwixt them part & part Alike Item And Lastly whereas I did refer to my Selfe a parcell of
housing belonging to mee called by the name of ye Loomhouse which I did except when I did settle ye
other of my Sone JAMES leaving that out att my disposall, And I doe hereby give all my title Naime
tenantright property whatsoever in and to the housing before mentioned hearby & Absolutely after my
decease for ever unto my Sone JOHN HULLEY his heirs and Assignese for ever, to come & go to and;
be used by him & his as shall be for their advantage & without Disturbance by any persons or person
whatever And I doe hereby make and ordaine my loving Sones JOHN and ROBERT my whole and Sole
executors of this my Last will & testament, and I doe hereby utterly disallow Revoake and Disanull every
& other former wills testaments & bequeaths & legacies before made by me Rattifying and
Confirming this to be my Last will & testament & no other In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my
hand and seal ye day & year above written.

Sealed Signed published & pronounced In WILLIAM HULLEY his
wittness of us marke & Seale
JOHN KERSHAWE Junior
JOHN KERSHAWE Senior
JOHN CLOUGH

Inventory makers and Valuers
EDMUND BRADBURY
JAMES HULLEY
JOHN CLOUGH

1719 23 Apr - brother James made Will - appointed Executor:
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN the Twenty Third day of April in the fifth yeare of the
Reigne of our Most Gratious Sovereigne Lord George by the grace of god of great
Britanie France & Ireland King defender of the Faith Annoqr Domi 1719 I JAMES
HULLY of Ashton underline in the County of Lancaster Mason being wake of Body but of
Sound and perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty god for the same doe
ordaine and make this my Last will and Testament in Manner and forme following (that
is to Say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into the hands of Almighty
god And my Body I Commend to the earth to be decently Buried att the discretion of my
Executors hereafter named and as Touching such Temporall Estate as it hath pleased
Almighty god to bestow upon me I give leave & bestow as followeth first it is my will and
mind that all my Lawful Debts be paid oweing at my decease funarall Expences
probate of this my Last will and Testament be all paid first and discharged out of my
personall and Real Estate Itm. I give and devise to SARAH my daughter the sume of
one shilling in full of her childs part Itm I give and devise to MARY my daughter the
Sume of one shilling in full of her child part Itm it is my will that the Cubboard in my
house and bed stead in the parlour be Left unsold and Stand for Heirs roomed
in the house while the house Continues in the name of HULLEY Itm it is my will and
mind that att after all my Lawful Debts be paid funerall Expenses probate of this my
Last will and Testament Legatee paid as aforesaid and my Children brought up att the
discretion of my Executors herein and hereafter Named Itm it is my will and mind and I
doe hereby give leave and devise to JOHN HULLEY my Son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees the higher house where I now dwell for and during all the time and terms of
the orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon made upon This Condition that the said
JOHN HULLEY my son or his Assignees shall and will well and truly pay or Cause to
be paid unto WILLIAM HULLEY my son the sume of Seven pounds of good and
Lawful money of great Britaine ear ever he or they enter upon the said housing where
I now dwell and it is my will and minde that my son JOHN HULLEY or his Assignees
shall and will of his or there owne proper Cost and Charges repair the roofe over the
house where I now live dureing the Terme hereby granted determined as Aforesaid
Itm I give and leave and devise to ROBERT HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue and
Assignees all that Lower house where JOHN GEE now Liveth which belong to me
for and dureing all the time and Terme of ye orrigonall Indenture of Lease thereon
made hee the said ROBERT HULLEY or his Assignees paying and discharging of the
Claire Issues and proffitts of the said house the sume of Eight Shillings a year yearly
of Lawfull British money during the Terme of the Orrigonall Indenture of Lease
thereon made unto ARTHUR HULLEY my son his Lawfull Issue or Assignees But it is
my will and mind that if default be made in payment of the Aforesd. Sumes of Seven
Pounds and Eight Shillings A yeare before expre that then and In Such Case I doe
hereby Authorise and Give power to my Executors hereafter named to enter upon the
premises and the same to hold occupie & enjoy till the aforesaid sume of Seven
pounds be paid and discharged to my son WILLIAM HULLEY and the yearly sume of
Eight Shillings a year to my son ARTHUR HULLEY be Secured as Aforesaid And I
doe hereby Constitute ordane and appoint ROBERT HULLEY my Brother of quick
Sadleworth in the County of York Cloather and JAMES HULLEY his son Executors of
this my Last will and Testament hopeing the(y) will see the same performed
According to my sure Trust in them Reposed and I doe hereby fustrate make void
and disanull all other former wills and Testaments by me made and doe declare this
to be my Last will and Testament and no other. In wittness whereof I have hereunto
sett my hand and Seale the day and yeare first above written.

Sealed signed published and declared
by me JAMES HULLEY the Testator to be
my Last will and Testament in the presence
and wittness of JAMES HULLEY
HUMPHREY SMITH X
MARY LOMAS his mark
THOS. WALKER

1731 11 Nov - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Robert Hully of Mossley.

Monumental Inscription in St Michael's church graveyard, Ashton under Lyne -
Robert Hully died ye 9 day of Nov. 1731 Aged 73 years.
Likewise the Body of Robert Son of James Hully. Buried March ye 3 1735 Aged 7 years.
Also Jane his Daughter was buried May ye 21st 1744 Aged 18 years.
Esther Wife of James Hulley Buried July 31st 1753.
Also the body of the aforesaid James Hully of Luzley end who departed this life January 24 1763 in his
75 year.
Also Elizabeth his daughter and Wife to Jonathan Cocker dep. April ye 21 1765 Aged 37 years.
(Location unknown - source - Owen MSS vol. 75 no. 385)


Jane ......

1691/92 23 Dec - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Jane w. Robert Hulley.


28. Jane Hulley

1685 5 Jul - baptised at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Jane da of Robert Hulley Moss de
Leigh.

Note: the register shows that a child of Robert Hulley was buried at St Michael's on 14
May 1688. This may have been Jane but no evidence exists to confirm this.

1688 14 May - buried at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: 'a child of Robert Hulley of Moss de-
Lee.'


29. Child Hulley

14 May 1688 - 'a child of Robert Hulley of Moss de-Lee.'


32. Mary Hooley

1697 16 Oct - baptised at St Michael's church Mottram-in-Longdendale: Mary d. of Robt. Hooley of
Bottoms.

1722 19 Jul - married at St Michael's church Ashton under Lyne: Isaac Haywood opp Weaver Mary Hully
(spinster) Saddleworth Married by Mr. xxxxxxx Rector - Banns published.


33. Alice Hooley

1701 29 Jun - baptised at St Michael's church Mottram-in-Longdendale: Alice d. of Robert Hooley (de
Bottoms).


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