Elizabeth Davy 2
- Marriage: Nathaniel Andrewes
- Died: 5 May 1654
Elizabeth Andrewes, the widow of Nathaniel Andrews Esq. deceased, her will made 6 March 1653 proved 5 May 1654.
I give to my aunt Margaret Andrews fifty pounds. To my aunt Lidia Bankes the use of one hundred pounds for life, but at her death the principal sum to be returned to my executrix. I give to my aunt Radford twenty pounds. To her son Alexander Grigby twenty pounds and to her daugher Mary Grigby ten pounds. To my aunt Mary Weekes fifty pounds. To my uncle John Banckes twenty pounds. To my cousin Anne Harbert, widow, twenty pounds. To William Gyles of Maydstone five pounds. To my uncle Caleb Bancks and to my brother Francis Warner three hundred pounds, to be distributed among three score godly Christians at the discretion of them and my sister Wall. I give to my aunt Priscilla Reade ten pounds and to my uncle Caleb Bankes ten pounds. To my dear and loving father Alderman Andrewes twenty pounds. To my nephew Nathaniel Wall eight hundred pounds, but, if he die before attaining to the age of one and twenty years, then I will the said sum to Mary and Elizabeth the two daughters of my said sister Wall and to such daughters as she shall hereafter have. To Master Sidrack Simpson twenty pounds. To my grandmother Mary Banckes twenty pounds. To my brother Wall twenty pounds. I give to my brother John Wall and Mary, his wife, fifty pounds to dispose for the use of Henry Davie's son, but the yearly profit shall be paid to the mother of the said child for the use and maintenance of her and her children; but when the said son of the said Henry shall be fit to put forth apprentice then the said Trustees shall take out of the said fifty pounds so much as shall be needful for that use. To my cousin John Banckes son of my uncle Caleb Banckes fifty pounds for his own use and my diamond ring with seven stones in it. To my brother Warner and his wife and to my sister Dameris Andrewes five pounds apiece to buy each of them a piece of plate. To my cousin Elizabeth Barnard five pounds and to Mistress Elizabeth Clant, formerly my father Davie's servant, five pounds. Other servants &c. The residue to my sister Mary Wall to her own use, she defraying the charge of my burial, which I will shall not exceed two hundred and fifty pounds.
Elizabeth married Nathaniel Andrewes. (Nathaniel Andrewes died on 25 Oct 1653.)