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Elizabeth Craster1704

Name
Elizabeth Craster
Surname
Craster
Given names
Elizabeth
Birth before August 31, 1704
Christening August 31, 1704
MarriageChristopher BlackettView this family
after July 10, 1731 (Age 26 years)
Death of a husbandChristopher Blackett
August 27, 1738 (Age 33 years)
Burial of a husbandChristopher Blackett
August 1738 (Age 33 years)
MarriageJohn WatsonView this family
November 13, 1740 (Age 36 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Bridget Watson
before January 12, 1743 (Age 38 years)
Christening of a daughterBridget Watson
January 12, 1743 (Age 38 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
herself
Family with Christopher Blackett - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: after July 10, 1731Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham
Family with John Watson - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: November 13, 1740Holy Island, Nthmd.
2 years
daughter

Note

Will dated Feb 1743. "Will of Elizabeth Watson, now wife of John Watson of Newham. Whereas by a certain indenture dated 8 Nov 1740 made between me, the said Elizabeth Watson, by the name of Elizabeth Blackett of the 1st part,....Geo. Watson of Goswick [Nthmd.] and John Watson my said husband of the 2nd part, and John Forster of Adderston of the 3rd part, reciting amongst other things that a marriage was shortly thereafter intended to be solemnised between me the said Elizabeth and the said John Watson... that a provision may be made for my daughter Bridget Watson who hath a right to depend on my care.... £200 to the said John Forster in trust for the said infant daughter."

Note

Licence dated 10 Jul 1731. Christopher Blacket (gentleman), of Haughton[-le-Skerne?], Elizabeth Craister, of Shoreswood, Norham, [Northumberland], directed to Chester-le-Street. Surety: John Mylott, esquire, of Whithill.

Note

Licence dated 11 Nov 1740. John Watson, age 30 of Goswick, Holy Island [Northumberland]. Elizabeth Blackett (widow), age 30 of Bambrough, Northumberland. Directed to Holy Island. Durham Diocese. Marriage settlement dated 8 Nov 1740.