Richard Allarde 2
- Marriage: Thomazine between 1591 and 1593
- Died: 10 Jul 1593, Rochester, Kent
Richard Allarde the elder of the City of Rochester, Kent, 20 April 1593, proved 10 July 1593.
To the poor of Biddenden three pounds six shillings eight pence, to be distributed by Mr. Whetcombe the pastor there, my cousin Evernden and my sons Henry and Richard Allarde. To the poor of Crambrooke forty shillings, to be distributed by the pastor there, Thomas Shefe, William Hider and Edmond Calvin. To the poor of Rounden forty shillings, to be distributed by Peter Maplesden, Robert Gibbondes and Edmond Gibbons. To the poor of Bennenden thirteen shillings four pence, to be distributed by Mr Jones, Richard Sharpe and John Wattes. To the poor of Tenterden thirteen shillings four pence, to be distributed by Mr Elye, Robert Stace and John Tilden. To the poor of Frittenden ten shillings, to be distributed by Mr Graunger, William Oakes and Thomas Batherst. Similar bequests to be distributed, to the poor of Halden by Mr Zachary Scott and the pastor there, to the poor of Brooke by Mr Henry Hall, my uncle Allarde and Thomas Hall of Wye, to the poor of Northiam by George Bisshopp and Richard Sharpe, to the poor of Sandhurst by the pastor there and John Wattes, to the poor of Smarden by my cousin Evernden and Henry and Richard, my sons, to the poor of Rochester by Mr Streton, Mr. Bucke and Mr. Cobham. To every of my aunts, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, kinsfolks, allies and friends, for a remembrance of my love towards them a ring of gold, with the form of a death's head in it, of the price of twelve shillings for every mand, and of the price of nine shillings for every woman: that is to say my brother Maye and my sister his wife, my brother Hider, and Richard his son and Phebe his daughter, my sister Cruttall, my sister Crier, my cousin Thomas Shefe and his wife, my cousin Alexander Courthopp, my son Richard Sharpe, my son Peter Maplesden and his wife, my son Richard Maplesden, Alice Kinge, Dorothy Coucheman, my son John Taylor and his wife, my son Richard Allard and his wife, my son Porter and his wife, my cousin John Evernden, George Ramsdenne, Josias Selliard, my son Henry Allarde and his wife, my son Godfrey and his wife, my son Henden and his wife, my son Francis Allard, John Berry the younger and my daughter his wife, Thomazine my wife, Henry, Peter, Catherine and Lydia her children, my sister Fisher the elder, my aunt Maplesden and my cousins John, Edward and Richard Maplesden, her sons, George Maplesden the elder, my sister Gouldsmith, my cousin Peter Maplesden, my cousin John Fisher, my cousin John Eppes and his wife, my cousin Calib Banckes and his wife and my cousins Katherine and Mary Fisher daughters of the said sister Fisher; all which said rings I will that my executors &c. shall cause to be made, provided and delivered within six months next after my decease. My sister Cryer's children. My sister Couthman's children. My cousin Lapham's wife. Henry, Richard, and Francis Allarde, my sons. My brother William Hider of Crambrooke. My cousin John Evernden. My son Peter maplesden. Mary his now wife, my daughter. Richard Maplesden the eldest son of the said Peter, at eighteen. Robert Porter my son. Anne Porter, my daughter, his wife. To every one of my own daughters one goblet of silver or silver and gilt. Walter Fisher, my wife's brother. Robert Fisher, my wife's brother. Stephen Lapham. My brother Francis Allard of Biddenden. Lands lately purchased of Laurence Sharpe. Lands bought of John Whitfield. Lands in the occupation of William Gilbert.
Richard married Thomazine between 1591 and 1593. (Thomazine died after 1593.)