Henry PooleyAge: 4317971841

Name
Henry Pooley
Birth 24 November 1797 33 19
Christening 25 November 1797 (Age 1 day)
Birth of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
10 March 1799 (Age 15 months)
Christening of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
12 March 1799 (Age 15 months)
Birth of a brotherGeorge Pooley
1 June 1800 (Age 2)
Christening of a brotherGeorge Pooley
2 July 1800 (Age 2)
Birth of a sisterMary Pooley
3 April 1802 (Age 4)
Christening of a sisterMary Pooley
6 April 1802 (Age 4)
Death of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
November 1802 (Age 4)
Burial of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
21 November 1802 (Age 4)
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21 Nov 1802 Loveday Treweeke Pooley daughter of Henry Pooley, clerk, and Loveday his wife
Birth of a brotherCharles Pooley
24 April 1804 (Age 6)
Christening of a brotherCharles Pooley
18 July 1804 (Age 6)
Birth of a brotherThomas Pooley
9 July 1806 (Age 8)
Christening of a brotherThomas Pooley
8 September 1806 (Age 8)
Birth of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
22 September 1807 (Age 9)
Christening of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
22 October 1807 (Age 9)
Birth of a brotherJohn Mason Pooley
2 March 1809 (Age 11)
Christening of a brotherJohn Mason Pooley
5 April 1809 (Age 11)
Death of a fatherHenry Pooley
25 September 1821 (Age 23) Age: 57
Marriage of a siblingJames HendyMary PooleyView family
30 August 1824 (Age 26)
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30 August 1824 by Licence James Hendy (solicitor) & Mary Pooley Witnesses: Loveday Treweek Pooley George Treweek Thomas Pooley Marialine Treweek
Death of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
August 1828 (Age 30)
Burial of a sisterLoveday Treweeke Pooley
7 August 1828 (Age 30)
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7 August 1828 Loveday Pooley aged 20 of Truro
Marriage of a siblingCharles PooleyCaroline Anne Hosken JamesView family
1 May 1832 (Age 34)
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1 May 1832 by Licence Charles Pooley & Caroline Anne Hoskin James Witnesses: George Pooley Georgina F Treweek Ellen James
Marriage of a siblingJohn Mason PooleyHarriet Elizabeth Parker PengellyView family
21 May 1832 (Age 34)
Marriage of a siblingGeorge PooleyFrances Anne VigursView family
7 November 1837 (Age 39)
Source: GRO index
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1837 Dec Falmouth 9 119
CensusAlicia Almeria WiddringtonView family
6 June 1841 (Age 43)

Text:
1841 Census HO 107 / 970 / 11 / ED 8A folio 25 page 1 Springfield Place, Walcot, Bath, Somerset Henry Pooley, 35, -, R Engineers, not in county Alicia Pooley, -, 30, -, Scotland
Occupation
R Engineers
1841 (Age 43)

Occupation
Captain in the Corps of Royal Engineers
1841 (Age 43)

Death between 6 October 1841 and 6 December 1843 (Age 43)

Will 6 December 1843 (2 years after death)

Text:
This is the last Will and Testament of me Henry Pooley Captain the the Corps of Royal Engineers ffirst I direct that all my just debts and funeral and testamentary expenses shall be fully paid and satisfied out of my residuary estate and a effects I then hereby bequeath unto my beloved wife Alicia Almeria Pooley in case she should survive and outlive me the full sums of monies vested in and standing in my name in Government stocks or public funds or other securities two thirds part thereof for her proper use and absolute benefit for ever the remaining one third part thereof upon trust to permit her my said dear wife to receive and take out the income dividends and profits thereof for her use and benefit during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease to be disposed of as hereinafter declared and mentioned And further I give devise and bequeath unto my said dear wife in case she should survive me all my household goods furniture plate linen chattels ready money and Personal Effects of what nature or kind soever for her own proper use and benefit for ever And whereas by the last will and testament dated twenty third of April one thou- sand eight hundred and twenty one of my late ffather The Reverend Henry Pooley of the Parish of Newlyn in the County of Cornwall Clerk a share of the Settlement money of his marriage with my Mother Loveday Pooley is therein vested and bequeathed from and after the decease of my said Mother to my own proper use and bene- fit as one of their children living at the time of the decease of the said Reverend Henry Pooley Now my will is and I hereby direct and appoint that the said full share to which I am thus entitled shall be given to my dear wife Alicia Almeria Pooley in case she should survive and outlive me Upon trust the income dividends and profits thereof to be applied to her proper use and benefit during the term of her natural life and from and after the decease of my said dear wife or in case my Mother should outlive my said wife and this said money should not fall to my said wife in her lifetime then it shall be disposed of in manner hereinafter mentioned And whereas under this my will the one third part of the sums stand- ing in my name in Government stocks or public funds or other securities together with the full share of my late ffather's settlement money to which I am entitled after the decease of my Mother is bequeathed to my dear wife Alicia Almeria Pooley upon trust during her natural life Now my will and meaning and I hereby direct and declare that in the event of my leaving no issue by my present dear wife the whole of the aforesaid trust estate and premises shall after her decease be divided into three distinct portions or shares and each said share after deducting four pounds lawful money from each for the purpose hereinafter mentioned in favor of my dear Sister Mary Hendy should she be living at the time of my decease but not otherwise shall revert to and be vested in my Brothers George Pooley a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy Charles Pooley a Captain in The Honourable East India Company's service and John Mason Pooley Gentleman respectively or in case of the death of my said Brothers or either of them respectively and the death of either of their respective wives then each of the said several portions or sums of money as before declared and subject to the before mentioned deductions and conditions shall be divided in equal portions amongst the respective children of each of my aforesaid brothers for the absolute benefit of each severally and be vested interests in them respectively as tenants in common and not as joint tenants after their each attaining the age of twenty one years of age. As a token of my love and affection I then hereby bequeath to my dear Sister Mary Hendy should she be living at the time of my decease twelve pounds lawful money being the three sums of four pounds each ordered to be deducted and taken out of the before mentioned shares willed to each of my said Brothers George Pooley Charles Pooley and John Mason Pooley or their respective children the more ample means enjoyed by my said dear sister being the sole reason for her being excluded from share and share alike with my said brothers but should there be any children of my marriage with my present dear wife then and in that case my will is that all monies and every property of every kind and nature soever bequeathed by me in this will to my dear wife shall at her death be applied to the only proper use benefit and behoof of all and every one of my children by my present wife who may be living at the time of my decease or born in one time after And whereas by the last will and testament of the late Lieutenant General Sir Latimer Widdrington Knight Commander of the Royal Guelphic Order bearing date the thirtieth of June one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven he gave and bequeathed unto his daughter Alicia Almeria Pooley in trust for her life and for the lives of Henry Pooley her husband and their children lawfully be- gotten six thousand pounds out of the stock or funds three per cent consols the reversion of which said six thousand pounds 3 pr cent consols in case of the death of Alicia Almeria Pooley and of me her husband without issue passes by the residuary clause to the children of General Widdrington viz The Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington Captain Adolphus Widdrington and Alicia Almeria Pooley and therefore I become entitled to one third thereof As the representative of my dear wife from and after her decease Now my Will is in that case and I do hereby in pursuance and by virtue of the power and authority to me in that behalf given and reserved in this last men- tioned will and of all other powers and authorities enabling me in this behalf direct limit and appoint the said portion of each other portion or share to which I may be legally entitled unto my dear wife's brother Captain Adolphus Widdrington or his wife Charlotte Phipps Widdrington during their lives or that of the survivor for their own absolute benefit and that of their children And provided always that I outlive my dear wife and leave no issue of my marriage with my said dear wife then and in that case I also give and bequeath unto Captain Adolphus Widdrington or his wife Charlotte Widdrington him surviving or to their child or children them survi- ving for their proper use and benefit for ever the full sums of monies standing in my name in Government stocks or public funds or other securities subject to the aforesaid and declared deductions of the part thereof settled upon trust on my dear wife during her natural life and disposed of after her decease as hereinbefore mentioned I likewise with the before mentioned proviso and condition that I outlive my dear wife and die without issue bequeath all my house- hold goods plate linen furniture chattels ready money and personal effects of what nature and kind soever to the said Captain Adolphus Widdrington his heirs executors and assigns for their proper use and benefit for ever subject only nevertheless so the following deductions which I bequeath as legacies in token of my love and affection viz that is to say To the Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington fifty pounds lawful money To my Nephews George Charles Widdrington Curtois and Rowland Latimer Sidney Curtois each respectively fifty pounds and to the former said Nephew George Charles Widdrington Curtois I bequeath my wife's pearl watch And I do hereby nominate and appoint my friends the Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington of Bath Clerk and Captain William Burnaby Greene Royal Navy of Wyckham in the County of Hamp- shire their heirs executors administrators and assigns Executors in trust of this my will and do hereby declare order and direct that the said Sidney Henry Widdrington and William Burnaby Greene their heirs executors administrators and assigns shall at all times retain and keep in their hands and each of their hands out of my said estate and effects sufficient monies to answer the purposes of this my will and also to reimburse and pay themselves and himself all monies costs and charges attendances and expenses whatsoever which they be or any of them shall expend or be put unto in and about the trusts hereby in them reposed and that they or other of them shall not be answerable or accountable for any larger or other sum or sums of money than shall be actually received by them or either of them or for any loss or deficiency whatsoever which may happen in or to the said trust monies or effects or in any way relating to the same so as the same do not happen with or by their or his wilful default and that the one of them shall not be answerable for the other of them or for the acts and deeds of the other of them but each for himself only and for his own and separate act And I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made In witness whereof I have to this my last will and testament written on eight sheets of paper to the first seven sheets thereof set my hand and to this eighth and last sheet my hand and seal this sixth day of October one thousand eight hundred and forty one - Henry Pooley - (L.S.) - Signed sealed published and declared by the said Testator Henry Pooley as and for his last will and testament in our presence who at his request in his presence and in the pre- sence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses hereto Harriet Widdrington Bath Somersetshire - Joshua Jebb Captain Royal Engineers 7 Somers Place London. Proved at London 6th December 1843 before the Judge by the oaths of The Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington Clerk and William Burnaby Greene Esquire the Executors to whom Administration was granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer.
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: 27 December 1796Madron, Cornwall, England
11 months
15 months
younger sister
Loveday Treweeke Pooley
Birth: 10 March 1799 35 20Truro, Cornwall, England
Death: November 1802Truro, Cornwall, England
15 months
younger brother
22 months
younger sister
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
14 months
younger sister
Loveday Treweeke Pooley
Birth: 22 September 1807 43 29Truro, Cornwall, England
Death: August 1828Newlyn East, Cornwall, England
17 months
younger brother
Father’s family with Catherine Stackhouse - View family
father
step-mother
 
Marriage: 11 September 1792
half-brother
half-brother
Family with Alicia Almeria Widdrington - View family
wife
Edwin Toby Caulfeild + Alicia Almeria Widdrington - View family
wife’s husband
wife
 
Marriage: 9 May 1846St Swithin, Walcot, Bath, Somerset, England
20 months
step-son
Edwin James Stuart Widdrington Caulfeild
Birth: 14 January 1848 55 42Richmond Grove, Lansdown, Bath, Somerset, England
Death: 23 October 19148 Stanford Road, Kensington, London, England

Census1841 UK Census
Text:
1841 Census HO 107 / 970 / 11 / ED 8A folio 25 page 1 Springfield Place, Walcot, Bath, Somerset Henry Pooley, 35, -, R Engineers, not in county Alicia Pooley, -, 30, -, Scotland
WillWills & Admons
Text:
This is the last Will and Testament of me Henry Pooley Captain the the Corps of Royal Engineers ffirst I direct that all my just debts and funeral and testamentary expenses shall be fully paid and satisfied out of my residuary estate and a effects I then hereby bequeath unto my beloved wife Alicia Almeria Pooley in case she should survive and outlive me the full sums of monies vested in and standing in my name in Government stocks or public funds or other securities two thirds part thereof for her proper use and absolute benefit for ever the remaining one third part thereof upon trust to permit her my said dear wife to receive and take out the income dividends and profits thereof for her use and benefit during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease to be disposed of as hereinafter declared and mentioned And further I give devise and bequeath unto my said dear wife in case she should survive me all my household goods furniture plate linen chattels ready money and Personal Effects of what nature or kind soever for her own proper use and benefit for ever And whereas by the last will and testament dated twenty third of April one thou- sand eight hundred and twenty one of my late ffather The Reverend Henry Pooley of the Parish of Newlyn in the County of Cornwall Clerk a share of the Settlement money of his marriage with my Mother Loveday Pooley is therein vested and bequeathed from and after the decease of my said Mother to my own proper use and bene- fit as one of their children living at the time of the decease of the said Reverend Henry Pooley Now my will is and I hereby direct and appoint that the said full share to which I am thus entitled shall be given to my dear wife Alicia Almeria Pooley in case she should survive and outlive me Upon trust the income dividends and profits thereof to be applied to her proper use and benefit during the term of her natural life and from and after the decease of my said dear wife or in case my Mother should outlive my said wife and this said money should not fall to my said wife in her lifetime then it shall be disposed of in manner hereinafter mentioned And whereas under this my will the one third part of the sums stand- ing in my name in Government stocks or public funds or other securities together with the full share of my late ffather's settlement money to which I am entitled after the decease of my Mother is bequeathed to my dear wife Alicia Almeria Pooley upon trust during her natural life Now my will and meaning and I hereby direct and declare that in the event of my leaving no issue by my present dear wife the whole of the aforesaid trust estate and premises shall after her decease be divided into three distinct portions or shares and each said share after deducting four pounds lawful money from each for the purpose hereinafter mentioned in favor of my dear Sister Mary Hendy should she be living at the time of my decease but not otherwise shall revert to and be vested in my Brothers George Pooley a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy Charles Pooley a Captain in The Honourable East India Company's service and John Mason Pooley Gentleman respectively or in case of the death of my said Brothers or either of them respectively and the death of either of their respective wives then each of the said several portions or sums of money as before declared and subject to the before mentioned deductions and conditions shall be divided in equal portions amongst the respective children of each of my aforesaid brothers for the absolute benefit of each severally and be vested interests in them respectively as tenants in common and not as joint tenants after their each attaining the age of twenty one years of age. As a token of my love and affection I then hereby bequeath to my dear Sister Mary Hendy should she be living at the time of my decease twelve pounds lawful money being the three sums of four pounds each ordered to be deducted and taken out of the before mentioned shares willed to each of my said Brothers George Pooley Charles Pooley and John Mason Pooley or their respective children the more ample means enjoyed by my said dear sister being the sole reason for her being excluded from share and share alike with my said brothers but should there be any children of my marriage with my present dear wife then and in that case my will is that all monies and every property of every kind and nature soever bequeathed by me in this will to my dear wife shall at her death be applied to the only proper use benefit and behoof of all and every one of my children by my present wife who may be living at the time of my decease or born in one time after And whereas by the last will and testament of the late Lieutenant General Sir Latimer Widdrington Knight Commander of the Royal Guelphic Order bearing date the thirtieth of June one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven he gave and bequeathed unto his daughter Alicia Almeria Pooley in trust for her life and for the lives of Henry Pooley her husband and their children lawfully be- gotten six thousand pounds out of the stock or funds three per cent consols the reversion of which said six thousand pounds 3 pr cent consols in case of the death of Alicia Almeria Pooley and of me her husband without issue passes by the residuary clause to the children of General Widdrington viz The Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington Captain Adolphus Widdrington and Alicia Almeria Pooley and therefore I become entitled to one third thereof As the representative of my dear wife from and after her decease Now my Will is in that case and I do hereby in pursuance and by virtue of the power and authority to me in that behalf given and reserved in this last men- tioned will and of all other powers and authorities enabling me in this behalf direct limit and appoint the said portion of each other portion or share to which I may be legally entitled unto my dear wife's brother Captain Adolphus Widdrington or his wife Charlotte Phipps Widdrington during their lives or that of the survivor for their own absolute benefit and that of their children And provided always that I outlive my dear wife and leave no issue of my marriage with my said dear wife then and in that case I also give and bequeath unto Captain Adolphus Widdrington or his wife Charlotte Widdrington him surviving or to their child or children them survi- ving for their proper use and benefit for ever the full sums of monies standing in my name in Government stocks or public funds or other securities subject to the aforesaid and declared deductions of the part thereof settled upon trust on my dear wife during her natural life and disposed of after her decease as hereinbefore mentioned I likewise with the before mentioned proviso and condition that I outlive my dear wife and die without issue bequeath all my house- hold goods plate linen furniture chattels ready money and personal effects of what nature and kind soever to the said Captain Adolphus Widdrington his heirs executors and assigns for their proper use and benefit for ever subject only nevertheless so the following deductions which I bequeath as legacies in token of my love and affection viz that is to say To the Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington fifty pounds lawful money To my Nephews George Charles Widdrington Curtois and Rowland Latimer Sidney Curtois each respectively fifty pounds and to the former said Nephew George Charles Widdrington Curtois I bequeath my wife's pearl watch And I do hereby nominate and appoint my friends the Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington of Bath Clerk and Captain William Burnaby Greene Royal Navy of Wyckham in the County of Hamp- shire their heirs executors administrators and assigns Executors in trust of this my will and do hereby declare order and direct that the said Sidney Henry Widdrington and William Burnaby Greene their heirs executors administrators and assigns shall at all times retain and keep in their hands and each of their hands out of my said estate and effects sufficient monies to answer the purposes of this my will and also to reimburse and pay themselves and himself all monies costs and charges attendances and expenses whatsoever which they be or any of them shall expend or be put unto in and about the trusts hereby in them reposed and that they or other of them shall not be answerable or accountable for any larger or other sum or sums of money than shall be actually received by them or either of them or for any loss or deficiency whatsoever which may happen in or to the said trust monies or effects or in any way relating to the same so as the same do not happen with or by their or his wilful default and that the one of them shall not be answerable for the other of them or for the acts and deeds of the other of them but each for himself only and for his own and separate act And I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made In witness whereof I have to this my last will and testament written on eight sheets of paper to the first seven sheets thereof set my hand and to this eighth and last sheet my hand and seal this sixth day of October one thousand eight hundred and forty one - Henry Pooley - (L.S.) - Signed sealed published and declared by the said Testator Henry Pooley as and for his last will and testament in our presence who at his request in his presence and in the pre- sence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses hereto Harriet Widdrington Bath Somersetshire - Joshua Jebb Captain Royal Engineers 7 Somers Place London. Proved at London 6th December 1843 before the Judge by the oaths of The Reverend Sidney Henry Widdrington Clerk and William Burnaby Greene Esquire the Executors to whom Administration was granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer.
SourceRodger Cartledge