M*CH*MORE One Name Study

CORNWALL

Tree 600. Descendants of Thomas MUCHILMORE
(Quethiock 154x)

This subtree includes the earliest known Cornish M*CH*MOREs, and is undoubtedly related to Tree 20 in some way. A map of the parishes where they lived is available here.

Underlining (if any) indicates changes made at the latest update.

Generation 1

Tree 600

Generation 1

Family 1436

head  Thomas MUCHILMORE

b 154x

m 157x

1569 ^ Quethiock: ableman, archer, 6 arrows, one bow, goods ₤6 (MOCHEMOAD) Early UK population returns

Oct1620 under his son Richard ’s will, inherited his best cloak UK wills & probates

d 1620 Liskeard UK wills & probates

sp      ? ??

b 154x

m 157x

son    Richard MICHELMORE

b 158x

son    Henry MICHMOORE

b 158x

son    Philip MUCHILMORE

b 15xx

Oct1620 under his brother Richard’s will, inherited ₤10 and his third best cloak UK wills & probates

son    William MUCHILMORE

b 158x

Oct1620 under his brother Richard’s will, inherited ₤10 and his best suit UK wills & probates

1641 ^ Liskeard: enumerated in Cornwall Protestation Returns (MICHELMORE) Early UK population returns

dau    Joan MUCHILMORE

b 158x

Oct1620 under her brother Richard’s will, inherited ₤10 UK wills & probates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of Thomas’s children’s names come from his son Richard's will.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There were two William MICHELMOREs recorded in Liskeard in 1641: this one and William [Tree 20].

 

Generation 2

Tree 600

Generation 2

Family 0822

head  Richard MICHELMORE

b 158x

m 160x

20May1609 witnessed a legal document at Pentillie [Castle], Pillaton, Cornwall (Ric) UK legal documents

23Oct1620 made will with bequests to the poor of Liskeard and North Hill, his siblings Henry, Philip, William and Joan, his brother-in-law John KELLEN and his nephew Richard, with the residue to his wife (MUCHILMORE) UK wills & probates

31Oct1620 ^ Liskeard: deceased; estate valued at ₤2088 15s UK wills & probates

sp      Jeasse KELEN

b 158x

m 160x

Oct1620 under her husband’s will, inherited the residue of his estate

 

 

 

 

 

A transcription of Richard's will is available here. In relation to average earnings, Richard’s estate would have been worth the equivalent of over ₤10,000,000 today.


Tree 600

Generation 2

Family 1437

head  Henry MICHMOORE

b 158x

m 161x

Oct1620 under his brother Richard ’s will, inherited ₤10 and his second best cloak UK wills & probates

1641 ^ North Hill, Cornwall: enumerated in the Cornwall Protestation Returns (MUCHMORE) Early UK population returns

13Aug1643 Northill: will probated, inventory dated 5Jul1643 shows property valued at ₤8 8s 10d (MICHOLLMOORE) UK wills & probates

sp      Elizabeth ??

b 158x

m 161x

son    Richard MUCHILMORE

b 161x

Oct1620 given a 2-year loan of ₤5 in his uncle Richard’s will UK wills & probates

1641 ^ St Ives, Cornwall: enumerated in the 1641 Cornwall Protestation Returns (MICHELMORE) Early UK population returns

son    Walter MICHMOORE

chr 20Mar1630 North Hill

son    Arthur MICHMOORE

chr 29Jan1633 North Hill

bur 1Feb1633 North Hill

 

 

 

 

 

 

In relation to average earnings, Henry’s property would have been worth the equivalent of about ₤18 000 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 1641, Richard was definitely enumerated at St Ives and not at the parish of St Ive neighbouring North Hill.

 

 

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