Ancestral Family Topic 14086

 14086   Thomas Hoare (-1627)
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Thomas Hoare, in his own words
If he could speak to us today, Thomas Hoare might describe his life as follows.

A shoemaker, I married Julyan Tripplett at Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England, 12 February 1592/3. Quite a few individuals named Hoare and Tripplett resided in Aylesbury, but because the parish register before 1565 no longer exists, I can identify neither my or Julyan’s parents. The register does, however, identify our six children.
I made my will in 1627, remembering my daughter Audrey in Virginia. I had heard she had a daughter whom I mentioned, although not by name.

Descendants of Thomas Hoare
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Names found in this topic include the following.
 John Hoare (c.1593-),  
 Joan (Hoare) Childe (1594-),  
 Agnes Hoare (1596-),  
 Elizabeth Hoare (1599-),  
 Richard Hoare (1601-),  
 Audrey (Hoare) Harris (1604-c.1630),  
Capt. Thomas Harris,   
Sir Edwin Sandys,  

Selected sources
Hart, Lyndon H. III. “Some Clues to Wives of Virginia Residents at the Time of the Muster.” Magazine of Virginia Genealogy. 34:51-54 (1996). • Identifies Audrey Hoare as the wife of Capt. Thomas Harris.
Thorndale, William. “Maids for Virginia in 1621 as Described in the Ferrar Papers.” The Virginia Genealogist. 39:243 (1995). • Information on Audrey Hoare, one of the maids for Virginia.

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