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Note    N878         Index
I have some concerns about making him the son of Richard & Fraunces. Following naming traditions, his first son should have been named Richard and not Edward.

There are two versions of his will, executed on August 25, 1629. Both are in English and one seems to be copy of the other. I am somewhat concerned as there is one major difference. In one copy, the overseers are his brother William of Ascott and Christopher Jarett of Cherington and in the other one they are his brother William of Ascott and Stephen Jarrett of Cherington. There are also three other parts. One is an oath in some kind in 17th Century Latin by, I believe the widow of Edward as to payment of the debts and legacies and one seems to be some sort of mortage or pledge document that I do not understand.

Here is the will:

In the name of God Almighty I Edward Times of Cherington in the County of Warr Yeoman being Sick in bodie but praise be to god of good and fresh memorie I do make this my last Will Testament in manner & forme following

Imprimus I give and bequeath my soule unto Almighty God my Creator trusting to be saved by the merits & Paffion of Jesus Christ my redeemer and my body to be buried in the High Church yard at Cherington aforesaid Item I give to the ? & poor of Cherington (what is missing here?)

Item I Give unto my Sonne Henry (after my widows decease or widdowes estate) my Yard of Ffree Land in Stourton but if my heirs Shall Seeke to Crosse him for the quiet enjoying thereof, then I give and bequeathe to my said sonne Henry the entyre Yard land I bought of Robert King at Cherington

Item I give and bequeathe all the rest of my ffreelands to my Eldest Sonne Edward after the death or widdowes Estate of my wife; I Give unto my Sonnes William John & Thomas to each of them ffiftie pounds *** to be paid to my sonne William within 3 yeares after my decease, to my Sonne John witin six Years after my decease , to my Sonne Thomas within nine years after my decease

Item I give unto my 2 Daughters Susan and Mary to each of them Three score(?) pounds to be paid unto them at the age of 21 yeares

I give to all my god children each a pound

All the rest of my goods & chattels ***, I give to Margaret my wife, whome I make my sole Executrix to pay my debts & to god my body swiftly brought to Christian burial. Provided always my will *** *** that if my Executrix should die before the payment of my debts & Legacies; then I *** unto my 2 Sonnes Edward & Henry to pay the remainder of the said debts & legacies *** my Sonne Edward to pay 3 parts & my Sonne Henry to pay the fourth part of all my debts *** *** my will is that my goods may be divided *** *** accordingly to *** 3 parts to Edward & to Henry

I make overseers to this my last will and Testament *** my loving brother William Times of Ascott & Stephen Jarrett of Cherington to whom I give *** apiece

The mark of Edward Tymes

Witnesses Thomas Rogers and Stephen Jarrett

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I only have her burial.

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Like her probable sister Dorothy, I only have her burial.

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I have put her in as a sister to Susan as she was living with the family in the 1881 census.

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His age comes from the 1900 census. However, in a ship passage record in 1908, his date of birth is listed as 1903. The latter must be wrong as he is in the 1900 census. In a history of the family done by Hazel and Viola for the Book " Hallonquist ", he was said to have been 11 when the family came to Saskatchewan in 1910. Was there a prior Harald?

He died at age 13 of diabetes.

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He and his brother Glen were twins. They apparently ran the family farm near Eatonia, together after their father's death in 1963. They were still doing so when the History of Hallonquist was published in .
In that book, it was said that they had two children.

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He and his brother Gary were twins. They apparently ran the family farm near Eatonia, together after their father's death in 1963. They were still doing so when the History of Hallonquist was published in .

In that book, it was said that they had two children.

He and his wife Marg were living in Calgary in 1974 in apartment 1501, 5th Avenue, S.W. (Heritage Place). He was a transit driver and she was a service rep.