Abt 1372 - Aft 1457 (~ 85 years)
Has no ancestors and no descendants in this family tree.
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||London, Middlesex, England
||Aft 31 Mar 1457
||Parish of, St. Peter, Cornhill, England
||Bef Jun 1458
||Abby of St.Peter, London, Middlesex, England
||25 Nov 2000 |
||John Carpenter, "the younger", b. Abt 1370-1372, London, Middlesex, England , d. Aft 8 Mar 1441, Parish of, St. Peter, Cornhill, England (Age ~ 69 years) |
||25 Nov 2000 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- WILL: See the copy of her 2 wills in the Carpenter Memorial on pages 20-27.
E-MAIL: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 Bruce Carpenter
While working upon my article on John Carpenter Town Clerk
Of London I reread his wife Kathrine's Will where she states that her
husband's brothers and sisters were buried in St. Martin Outwich church. She
wrote this in 1458. In 1441 both brothers Robert and John were alive. In her
1458 Will she refers to brother Robert Carpenter, but does not refer to him
as deceased. If we assume that Town Clerk's older brother John was deceased
in 1458, then there was another, or other brothers, than John and Robert. In
the London Encyclopedia it states the church of St. Martin's Outwich itself
was only built in 1403. Its first patrons were the controlling guild members
of the tailors and linen armourers. In the immediate vicinity was the St.
Anthony's Hospital, a charity and educational establishment supported and
even controlled by the Carpenter family. We can assume from the 1403 date
that the father Richard died after 1403 and that there was another brother
or more alive by 1403 that Robert and John.
E-MAIL: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 From: "Bruce E. Carpenter"
The following was an interesting surprise discovery
that was overlooked previously in my searches
through 1400s English historical documents:
"Letters of denization for Kathrine Carpenter of
London, widow, born in Seland."
Seland is otherwise spelled Zeeland. This was from PATENT ROLLS,
Jan. 20, 1446.
Bruce E. Carpenter.