Jane Hinde  ‎(I929)‎
Name:
Jane Hinde

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 1630
Death: 13 October 1692 ‎(Age 62)‎ Madingley, Cambridge, UK
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 1630


Source: Published Cotton Family Tree

Christening   Madingley, Cambridge, UK

Residence 1630 Madingley, Cambridge, UK


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  Text: From the 1540s all the manors in Madingley were combined in the hands of the Hindes and their successors. John Hinde, knighted when appointed a justice of Common Pleas in 1545, died in 1550, leaving as heir a son Francis, of age in 1551. Francis sat for Cambridgeshire in three parliaments and was knighted in 1578. Between 1582 and 1589 he bought another 300 a. of freehold in Madingley. When he died in 1596 all his lands in the neighbourhood descended to his eldest son William ‎(kt. 1603)‎. In 1599 William married Elizabeth, widow of John Hutton of Dry Drayton, upon whom he settled all his lands for her life. When he died childless in 1606, Elizabeth took over all the Hinde estates, procuring recognition of her rights from his brother and heir male Edward in 1607 in return for his immediate possession of the lands in Girton and Histon. She and her third husband Sir Arthur Capell occupied the Madingley farmland until her death in 1625, leasing the Hall to Edward from 1611 at a nominal rent.

Sir Edward ‎(kt. 1615)‎ in 1608 settled all his land in possession or reversion in tail male upon his eldest son Anthony's marriage to Anne Gostwick. When Anthony died fighting in Denmark in 1612, leaving a minor son Edward, Anne returned her life interest to her father-inlaw for a rent charge. In 1627 Sir Edward settled the whole Madingley estate in tail upon his grandson's marriage to Agnes Maples. The grandson died accidentally in 1631, leaving an infant daughter Jane. After Sir Edward himself died in 1633, Agnes married John Stewkley, who despite claims by the Crown to Jane's wardship occupied the whole estate until the mid 1640s, even after Agnes's death in 1641. ‎(fn. 63)‎ In 1635 he obtained a release of it from Sir Edward's other son and heir male Robert. Jane, however, survived to marry c. 1647 Sir John Cotton of Landwade ‎(cr. Bt. 1641)‎. She died in 1692, he in 1689, having moved his family seat to Madingley.

Marriage ‎(Sir)‎ John Cotton - before 1641 ‎(Age 11)‎
Death 13 October 1692 ‎(Age 62)‎ Madingley, Cambridge, UK


Source: Published Cotton Family Tree

Burial Madingley, Cambridge, UK

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Immediate Family  (F355)
‎(Sir)‎ John Cotton
1615 - 1689
‎(Sir)‎ John Cotton
1645 - 1712
Jane Cotton
1648 - 1707
Thomas Cotton
-
Anne Catherine Cotton
-


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  Text: From the 1540s all the manors in Madingley were combined in the hands of the Hindes and their successors. John Hinde, knighted when appointed a justice of Common Pleas in 1545, died in 1550, leaving as heir a son Francis, of age in 1551. Francis sat for Cambridgeshire in three parliaments and was knighted in 1578. Between 1582 and 1589 he bought another 300 a. of freehold in Madingley. When he died in 1596 all his lands in the neighbourhood descended to his eldest son William ‎(kt. 1603)‎. In 1599 William married Elizabeth, widow of John Hutton of Dry Drayton, upon whom he settled all his lands for her life. When he died childless in 1606, Elizabeth took over all the Hinde estates, procuring recognition of her rights from his brother and heir male Edward in 1607 in return for his immediate possession of the lands in Girton and Histon. She and her third husband Sir Arthur Capell occupied the Madingley farmland until her death in 1625, leasing the Hall to Edward from 1611 at a nominal rent.

Sir Edward ‎(kt. 1615)‎ in 1608 settled all his land in possession or reversion in tail male upon his eldest son Anthony's marriage to Anne Gostwick. When Anthony died fighting in Denmark in 1612, leaving a minor son Edward, Anne returned her life interest to her father-inlaw for a rent charge. In 1627 Sir Edward settled the whole Madingley estate in tail upon his grandson's marriage to Agnes Maples. The grandson died accidentally in 1631, leaving an infant daughter Jane. After Sir Edward himself died in 1633, Agnes married John Stewkley, who despite claims by the Crown to Jane's wardship occupied the whole estate until the mid 1640s, even after Agnes's death in 1641. ‎(fn. 63)‎ In 1635 he obtained a release of it from Sir Edward's other son and heir male Robert. Jane, however, survived to marry c. 1647 Sir John Cotton of Landwade ‎(cr. Bt. 1641)‎. She died in 1692, he in 1689, having moved his family seat to Madingley.
Death of spouse Published Cotton Family Tree
Death Published Cotton Family Tree

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Close Relatives
Family with ‎(Sir)‎ John Cotton
Husband
‎(Sir)‎ John Cotton ‎(I927)‎
Birth September 1615 72
Death 25 March 1689 ‎(Age 73)‎
14 years

 
Jane Hinde ‎(I929)‎
Birth 1630
Death 13 October 1692 ‎(Age 62)‎ Madingley, Cambridge, UK

Marriage: before 1641
4 years
#1
Son
‎(Sir)‎ John Cotton ‎(I932)‎
Birth 1645 29 15
Death before 19 January 1712 ‎(Age 67)‎ Madingley, Cambridge, UK
3 years
#2
Daughter
Jane Cotton ‎(I933)‎
Birth 1648 32 18
Death 4 July 1707 ‎(Age 59)‎ Madingley, Cambridge, UK
#3
Son
Thomas Cotton ‎(I934)‎
Birth Yes
Death Madingley, Cambridge, UK
#4
Daughter
Anne Catherine Cotton ‎(I935)‎
Birth Yes
Death Madingley, Cambridge, UK