Henry Kembold and Sysley

    Henry Kembold married Sysley —. he was of Hitcham, Suffolk, England. Henry owned a tenement called Pogelle’s, as well as some land in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England. His will was made 4 January 1558 and proved 10 March 1558. Henry was probably buried in the churchyard at Hitcham, Suffolk, England, according to his desires.

Henry and Sysley's children are:

1. Henry Kemball, (possibly the one who was born about 1590, married Susan, emigrated to New England aboard the Elizabeth in 1634, will made 5 Mar 1674/5 and proved 28 Sep 1675, inventory taken 22 Jul 1648).
2. Thomas Kembold.
3. Richard Kimball, (possibly the one who was born about 1595, married 1) Ursula Scott and 2) Margaret Cole 23 October 1661, emigrated to New England aboard the Elizabeth in 1634, will made 5 Mar 1674/5 and proved 28 Sep 1675, died 22 Jun 1675 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts).
4. Agnes Kembold.
5. Margaret Kembold.

Sources:
1. Waters, Henry F., “Genealogical Gleanings In England”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 52, April 1898.
2. Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Vols. 3, Boston, MA, 1860.
3. Ship’s List of the Elizabeth, 1634 (H.M. State Paper Office/Public Records Office. Tepper, Michael (ed.), Passengers to America:  A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Company, 1977, pgs. 42-43, 45. Banks, Charles Edward, The Planters of the Commonwealth, Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Co., 1961 (reprint), pgs. 117-121).


Henry Kembold of Hechm 4 January 1558, proved 10 March 1558. To be buried in the churchyard of Hechm. To my wife Sysley Kembold my tenement I live in called Pogelle’s &c. and a piece of land in Rattlesdam. These to son Henry after my wife’s decease, he to pay certain sums to his brothers and sisters. To son Thomas peice of land in Rattlesden after my wife’ decease. To Thomas three pounds six shillings and eight pence, whereof thirty three shillings and four pence at his age of twent one years and then every year six shillings eight pence untill the sum, three pounds six shillings eight pence, be fully paid. To son Henry a piece of land, which I have in mortgage of Henry Bowle. To son richard six pounds thirteen shillings four pence, for to be paid by Henry Kembold my son, at his age of twenty one years. to daughters Agnes and Margaret Kembold thirty three shillings each at days of marrige and the same sum in five years. Wife Syslye and son Henry to be executors and Edmond Lever to be supervisor. Bury Wills, Book Bell, L. 542.

Source:  Waters, Henry F., “Genealogical Gleanings In England”, New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 52, April 1898.


Kimball,
HENRY, Watertown, probably brother of Richard the first, came in the Elizabeth, 1634, from Ipswich, aged 44, with wife Susanna, 35; children Elizabeth 4; and Susan, 1 and ½; and servant Richard Cutting, 11; freeman 2 May 1638; had John, born 5 March 1638, died soon; Mary, 26 November 1641; Richard, 13 October 1643; and John, again, 25 December 1645; and died 1648, his inventory being of 22 July. His widow married again, and died 19 Aug. 1684. Elizabeth married Capt. Thomas Straight, and Susanna married John Randall, both of Watertown.

Source:  Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Vols. 3, Boston, MA, 1860.


The Elizabeth, 1634

The Elizabeth of Ipswich departed April, 1634, Ipswich, England, for New England.
William Andrew(e)s, Master.
Passengers
These took the Oath of Allegiance and Supremacy.
Ipswich Customhouse, November 12, 1634.
…Skott, Thomas     40                 from Rattlesden, Suffolk,
                                                    bound for Cambridge
 (wife) Elizabeth       40
Kemball, Henery      44                from Rattlesden, Suffolk,
                                                    bound for Watertown
 (wife) Susan            35
Kemball, Richard     39                from Rattlesden, Suffolk,
                                                    bound for Watertown
 (wife) Ursula           [blank]…
…Scott, Martha       60                (listed in “Planters” as with Thomas Scott)…

“A Note of all the names and ages of all those which did not take the Oath of Allegiance or Supremacy being vnder age shipped in or Port. In the Elizabeth of Ipswich Mr Willia(m) Andrewes bound for new England the last of Aprill 1634.”
…Kemball, Elizabeth   13  with Thurston Raynor
                                   (listed in “Planters” as with Richard Kimball)
Scott, Elizabeth            9      with Thomas Scott
Scott, Abigail               7      with Thomas Scott
Scott, Thomas             6      with Thomas Scott…
…Kemball, Elizabeth   4      with Henery Kemball
Kemball, Susan           1½   with Henery Kemball…
…Kemball, Henry       15    with Richard Kemball
Kemball, Richard        11    with Richard Kemball
Kemball, Mary             9    with Richard Kemball
Kemball, Martha          5    with Richard Kemball
Kemball, John              3    with Richard Kemball
Kemball, Thomas         1    with Richard Kemball…

Sources:   H.M. State Paper Office/Public Records Office. Tepper, Michael (ed.), Passengers to America:  A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Company, 1977, pgs. 42-43, 45. Banks, Charles Edward, The Planters of the Commonwealth, Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Co., 1961 (reprint), pgs. 117-121.


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