William Jenkin

FatherThomas Jenkin (1618-1666)
MotherElizabeth Curling (1625-before 1653)
William Jenkin, yeoman of Minster in Thanet, KentG, son of Thomas Jenkin and Elizabeth Curling, was baptized there on 27 January 1648/49.1,2 He married at St Mildred, Canterbury, KentG, by licence issued on 6 December 1669, Elizabeth Jenkin, of St Mildred, aged 22, daughter of Henry Jenkin and Mary Whittingham.1,2,3 Elizabeth was a sister of William's stepmother, Margaret Jenkin, his father's widow.2
     William was named as a beneficiary in his grandmother Marie Sackett's will made in Birchington, KentG, on 14 October 1656.4

 Notes & Citations

  1. English Origins of New England Families (Family Tree Maker CD #181).
  2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Boston: NEHGS), vol. 76 (1922): 74–5.
  3. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Boston: NEHGS), vol. 76 (1922): 68-9, from Canterbury Marriage Licences, "1669 William Jenkin of Minster in Thanet, yeoman, bachelor, 21 and upwards, whose parents are dead, and Elizabeth Jenkin of St. Mildred, Canterbury, maiden, 22, daughter of Henry Jenkin, deceased, her mother, Mary Jenkin, consenting. "Noe lawfull lett ... to hinder the said marriage saving she, the said Eliz., is his late fathers wifes or his mother in lawes sister," at St. Mildred aforesaid, Thomas Jenkin of Canterbury, woollendraper, being bondsman, 6 December. (3:257.)."
  4. Will of Mary Jenkins of Birchington, Isle of Thanet, Kent, 14 Oct 1656, proved at Consistory Court of Canterbury, 20 Sep 1661 (NEHG Register, vol 76 Jan 1922).
Sackett line4th great-grandson of William Sackett of St John in Thanet
ChartsLine 2 (English)
Last Edited28 Apr 2008

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