|1741 at Norwich, Norfolk, England.|
|John Thurtell (1680-1729)|
|Alice Balls (-1735)|
|Anne Wright (-1741) on 17 June 1734 at Smallburg, Norfolk, England.|
|John Thurtell (1734-)|
|Henry Thurtell, son of John and Alice Thurtell, was mentioned in his father’s will in 1729, by which he was left his father’s best suit of wearing clothes, and and his best buckskin breeches, but no baptismal record for him has yet been found. This must certainly be the Henry Thurtle, blacksmith, who was admitted a Freeman of Norwich on 1 March 1734. In 1735 in his mother’s will he was left the sum of one shilling. Henry Thurtle, presumably the same one, married Anne Wright on 17 June 1734, at Smallburgh Norfolk. Henry Thurtle, who was of the parish of Norwich St. Julian, died intestate, and the Admon dated 8 October 1741, mentions Ann Thirtill, his widow, and John Thurtill of Trowse, a barber, whom we can assume was his brother. Henry and Anne Thurtell had four children of whom record has been found.|
ADMON OF HENRY THURTLE, OF NORWICH ST JULIAN, BLACKSMITH 1740-1, ANW (Archdeaconry of Norwich?) (Excerpts only):
Know all Men by these Presents, That We Ann Thurtle of the City of Norwich widow and John Thurtle of Trowse in the County of Norfolk Barber are bolden and firmly bound to to thewor...(?) Wheaton Perk Doctor of Laws Commissary throughout the Archdeaconry of Norwich in thirty(?) pounds of good and lawful Money of Great Britain, to be paid to the said Wharton Perk or his certain Attorney, Executors, Successors or Assignes; to which Payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and each of us by himself for the whole, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals. Dated the eighth Day of October in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fortyone The Condition of this Obligation is such That if the abovebound Ann Thurtle widow Relict and administrat’(?) all and singular the Goods, Rights, Credits and Chattels of Henry Thurtle late of the parish of St Julian in the City of Norwich aforsd Intestate deceased do make or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased, which have, or shall come to the Hands, Possession or Knowledge of her the said Ann Thurtell or into the Hands or Possession of any Person or Persons for ...(?) and the same so made do exhibit, or cause to be exhibited, into the Registry of this Court kept for the Archdeaconry of Norwich at or before the last Day of January next ensuing. AND the same Goods, Chattels and Credits, and all other the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time ofhis Death, which at any Time after shall come to the Hands and Possession of the said Ann Thurtle or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly Administer according to Law. And further do make, or cause to be made, a true Account of her said Administration, at or before the last Day of October which shall be in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty two (if thereunto lawfully called) and all the rest and residue of the said Goods, Chattels and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administrat(ing?) her Account, the same being first examined and allowed of by the Judge or Judges, by his or their Decree or Sentence (pursuant to the true Intent and Meaning of a late Act of Parliament, made in the Two and Three and Twentieth Years of the Reign of our late Sovereign Lord King Charles II. Intituled, An Act for the better settling of Intestate Estates) shall limit and appoint. AND if it shall hereafter appear, that any last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein Named did exhibit the same unto the said Court, making Request to have it allowed, and approved accordingly, if the said Ann Thurtell being thereunto required, do render and deliver the said Letters of Administration (Approbation of such Testament being first had and made) in the said Court: Then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else to remain in full Force and Vertue. Ann Thirtill [+ Seal] Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of John Morpheco John Thurtill [+ Seal].