See also

Family of James Attfield and Frances Wright

Husband: James Attfield (1700-1766)
Wife: Frances Wright ( -bef1763)
Marriage Licence 15 Oct 1735 Faculty Office MLA
Marriage 19 Oct 1735 St Benet Pauls Wharf, London

Husband: James Attfield

Name: James Attfield
Sex: Male
Father: Nathaniel Attfield (1674-1758)
Mother: Jane Collyer (1677-1734)
Birth 1700 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 19 Nov 1700 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey ("James son of Nathaniel Atfeild of Badshot")
Will 13 Jun 1727 (age 26-27) Executor to will of Henry Stevens of Badshot, Farnham, kinsman
Will 13 Apr 1734 (age 33-34) Mentioned in will of John Lampard of Farnham
Will 20 Jan 1740/41 (age 40-41) Executor to will of John Hearne, Strand on the Green, Chiswick
Occupation 1763 (age 62-63) Malster, Strand-on-the-Green, Chiswick
Will 7 Jul 1763 (age 62-63) Date of will (see notes), proved 27.2.1766
Death 1766 (age 65-66) Chiswick, Middlesex

Wife: Frances Wright

Name: Frances Wright
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Death bef 1763

Note on Husband: James Attfield

19 November 1700 Birth date of a "James Field", Farnham, father Nathaniel

 

Will of James Attfeild of Strand on the Green in the Parish of Chiswick, Middlesex, malster, weak, 7 Jul 1763

To nephew John Attfeild son of the late Nathaniel Attfeild £1 & 1s; to nephew William Attfeild son of the late William Attfeild £1 & 1s; to my late wife's neice Frances Denman £140 and all silver plate and china and all wearing apparel of my late wife's with a dressing glass and table and a chest of drawers which are in the best room; to nephew William Anthony of Strand on the Green £20 and the lease of the dwelling house and malthouse now occupied by me with the plates, screens, sacks and iron bars, barge, horse and all the utensils in the malthouse which are used in making malt, the fixing only excepted which I will should be sold to the best bidder to help pay the legacies in this will; also to William Anthony the remaining household goods in the aforementioned house; remaining real and personal estate to be equally divided between my two brothers George Attfeild and Richard Attfeild share and share alike; to my sister Mary Anthony £5 a year during her natural life to be paid by my brothers George Attfeild and Richard Attfeild out of their part, they to give a joint bond of £100 for the due payment of the same; Mr James Trimmer senior of Old Brentford, Middlesex, brickmaker, my good friend and present landlord (£5) and the aforementioned George Attfeild and Richard Attfeild to be joint execs.

Witnesses: John Rice, Thomas Gurney, John Harrison

Proved London, 27 Feb 1766 to exec James Trimmer, power reserved to the other two execs.