Heneage Pinckney

Male, Person Number3009, b. circa 1708, d. 1758
RelationshipSon of Robert Pinckney
FatherRobert Pinckney b. c 1687
ChartsRobert Pinckney of York

Birth, Marriages and Death

Birth*circa 1708Heneage Pinckney was born circa 1708. 
He was the son of Robert Pinckney
Baptism11 Dec 1708Heneage Pinckney was baptized on 11 Dec 1708 at York, England,
Death*1758He died in 1758. 

Other Information

Name Variation Heneage Pinckney was also known as Henry, his name was crossed out on brother Robert's will because he died before Robert. Possibly whoever transcribed the will did not know the name Heneage so guessed at Henry. 
Will*26 Oct 1758He made a will on 26 Oct 1758; In the name of God Amen

I Heneage Pinckney of Wine Office Court
Fleet Street in the parish of St Brides London do make ordain & appoint
this my last Will & Testament, in the Manner & form following, viz -

Imp. I give to almightly God my soul and my body I desire may be interred
in the church or church yard of the parish, where it shall please God that
I dye & my funeral shall not exceed ten pounds, I desire my coffin may
be of Elm Polished Bright, to cost about 50s or three pounds, my grave
to be dug five feet deep and as to the ????? Worldy Effects with
which it has pleased God to bless me, I shall dispose of as hereunder,

Item. I give to my brother Robert Pinckney for his ungenerous and cruel
behaviour during my five year illness, Two Shillings and Sixpence.

Item. I give to my sister Margaret Bates wife of Mr Bates, Tallow Chandler
for the same reason Two Shillings and Sixpence.

Item.I give to my sister Ann Pinckney
to my sister Elizabeth married at York
to my brother Jervis Pinckney
to my sister Sarah Pinckney
to my nephew Joseph Pinckney son of my brother Robert Pinckney
for the same reaons to all and each of them Two Shillings and Sixpence each

Item I give Mrs Hannah Willoughby, widow of Mr Fortune Willoughby, Ten
Guineas for Mourning. I give to my well loved friend Mr William Matthew
of Butcher Hall Lane, Twenty Guineas for Mourning. I give to my God daughter
Jane Mackdonald, daughter of Mr R Mackdonald five Guineas for Mourning.
I give to my cousin Calverley Pinckney Twenty Guineas.
I give to my very good friend Mr William Bull Ten Guineas for Mourning.
I give to Mr ??? Twyford a Gold with enamelhed white motto HP memento
mori value thirty shillings.
I give to my old acquiantence and very good friend Mr Nathanial Vrog'd a
Gold ring. To Mr Bartholomew Bowers, Mr Zach Taylor, Mr Henry Balchon
Mr Will Bulls & Mr Will Cherry to all and each of them a gold ring value
thirty shillings each, Motto HP Memento mori, enamelled white, the rings
to be made by Mr Stacey. Item I give to Mrs Jane Mead all my household
furniture, all my wearing apparells, Linnen & Woolen, Glass & China ware.
I give to Mrs Hannah Gray, wife of Mr Thomas Gray Five Guineas. The residue
& reminader of my estate I give to Mr Calverley Pinckney and Mr William
Matthews, in equal share, appointing Mr William
Matthews whole and sole executor to this my
will, hearby revoking all former Wills Codicils by me made.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this Tenth Day
of October in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and fifty eight.
Last Edited6 Feb 2022