Walter Nugent, Esq.[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11]

Male - 1727


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  • Name Walter Nugent 
    Suffix Esq. 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1727  Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Will 7 Nov 1727–13 Nov 1727  Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [13, 14, 15
    Probate 27 May 1728  Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [13, 14, 15, 16, 17
    _UID 7F597AC05D2E4DCEA05C1BB896881A9756A2 
    Buried County Westmeath, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    Address:
    the Chapel of Clunlost 
    Person ID I8253  Treefive
    Last Modified 26 Feb 2018 

    Father Thomas Nugent,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Mother [Unknown] Cooke,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married Y  [12
    Family ID F4278  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary Daly,   b. 1685,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Children 
     1. Anne Nugent,   b. 1718, Carpenterstown Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Sep 1769  (Age 51 years)
     2. James Nugent, Esq.,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. Walter Nugent,   d. 1767–1781, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. William Nugent,   d. Between 27 Dec 1753 and 16 Jan 1754
     5. Thomas Nugent,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 3 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F2660  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Walter was of Carpenterstown, County Westmeath.

      Betham's abstract of Walter's will reads:
      'Nugent, Walter of Carpenstown Co Westmeath esq, Dated 7th November 1727 pd 27th May 1728
      Son Walter, daur Anne, sons William and Thomas, eldest son James, brother Lawrence Nugent. Relations William Chapman, Arthur Reynell, Robert Adair and George Nugent Esqs.'
      In the will, Walter refers to Arthur Reynell, one of his executors, as a brother of Walter's daughter Anne. Walter's relationship with George Nugent is not given.

      Source of will:
      findmypast Ireland Diocesan and Prerogative Wills & Administration indexes 1595-1858
      The will and codicil of Walter Nugent dated 7 Nov 1727 and 13 Nov 1727 respectively were located on findmypast.ie Ireland Diocesan and Prerogative Wills & Administration indexes 1595-1858 and transcribed by Rex Sinnott on 7 Nov 2017:

      In the name of God amen I Walter Nugent of Carpenterstown in the county of Westmeath Esqr being sickly and infirm, but of perfect and disposeing mind praised be God do make this my last will and testament. First I bequeath my soul to God my maker and my body to be buried at the buiring place of my Ancestors in the Chappell of Clonlost by my Exrs hereinafter named in such manner as they shall think proper but without extravagant expence and as to my worldly estate which it hath pleased God to bestow on me I dispose thereof as followeth.

      First my Will is that all my just debts be paid nch. Att present I take to be but few, but that my exrs may ye more readyly attain the knowledge thereof as well as what debts are oweing to me that I can at this time settle and ascertain. I have entered and sett the same down in a paper which I leave herein enclosed as near as my memory can serve me (errors or mistakes excepted).

      I leave and bequeath to my son Walter Nugent the sum of one thousand pounds ster and in part payment thereof I leave and bequeath him my lease of Carpenterstown Templestown and Corbally with the advantages of renewal pursuant to the Covenant in the said lease expressed paying fifty pounds for the renewal according to the said Covenant and I likewise leave him my lease or contract for a lease from Charles Monk Esqr (now in the hands of Robert Adair Esqr) of the lands of Clonegeeragh Mooretown Preston and Ankersland the interest of the said severall leases to go in part paymentof ye said one thousand pounds as aforesaid att such reasonable value as my Exrs hereafter named in their judgements shall think fill to sell theron and the remainder of the said one thousand pounds shall be made up to him and compleated out of my whole personall estate whether consisting in ready money att the time of my decease, mortgages, judgements, or otherwise howsoever due to me.

      I leave and bequeath unto my daughter Ann Nugent ye sum of one thousand pounds to be paid to her when she shall attain the age of twenty one years or ye day of her marryage which shall first happen provided she marry by the advice and consent of her brother Arthur Reynell Esqr one of my Executors hereinafter named, but in case she should wilfully cast herself away that in such case she shall have but one hundred pound and noe more of her intended portion and that the remainder shall be devided among the rest of my children, but I hope better of her and have reason to beleive she has more of God’s grace. I also leave and bequeath my said daughter my gold watch with my diamond ring and locket that were her mother’s as also my large silver milk pott thereto belonging. And my Will is that shee likewise have the few broad peeces of gould yt are in my purse wth the yearly allowance of forty pounds until her fortune become payable and from then the full interest until the same be payed and discharged. I also bequeath her all such Womens wearing apparel either silk linen or woollen as I have suitable and fitting for her.

      I leave and bequeath to my son William Nugent the sum of one thousand pounds ster the same to be made up out of my ready money leases solvent debts, whether due by mortgages judgements or how otherwise and also out of my stock of sheep horses black cattle of all kinds and all my other personal estate. And my Will is that when the said sum of one thousand pounds is raised and compleated the same be put out on some good security att interest and that my said son William have the yearly allowance of thirty pounds ster for his support and maintenance during such time as he continues at school. And it is my desire he be continued for that time with Mr Johnston under whose tuition he is att present and from thence forth is likely to become a scholar and that he enters the College to have the yearly allowance of fifty pounds until he attains ye age of one and twenty years out of the interest of his said fortune as my Exrs shall think needful it being my desire he shu’d be bredd in the University but in case it be found yt he hath not a capacity for it, I will he be put to some other creditable imployment.

      I leave and bequest to my son Thomas Nugent the sum of one thousand pounds for the same to be raised and made up in the same manner and out of the same fund with my son William’s portion or fortune and that he have the like yearly allowance for his support and maintenance and that he be kept to Scoole with his said brother and likewise put to ye College if his capacity will reach it. And it is my further will and desire yt such of my said sons William or Thomas as hath a Genious or capacity for the study of the Law and such of them as my Exrs shall think most capable of that study, that such of my said sons shall have the yearly allowance of thirty pounds over and above the interest of his fortune during such time as he continues at the Temple.

      Provided the same do not exceed the terme of six years to be computed from the time he enter’s the temple the said yearly allowance to be paid by my eldest son James Nugent and I do hereby will that the said sum of thirty pounds p annum doe remain a rent charge on all my lands of inheritance and I farther will and direct that in case my personal estate shu’d fall short of the sd sevll portions that such deficiency shall be paid out of all my lands of inheritance but I hope my personal estate will answer that and considerably more and in such case it is my Will that such surplusage be equally divided among my said younger children hereinbefore named and I farther leave all such books of law as I have to such of my said son’s as shall be take himself to that study.

      It is my will that if any of my said son’s or daughter shud fortune to dye before such child attain the age of one and twenty years or marrying that the portion of such child or children so dying be equally devided among the survivors. I leave and bequeath to my son James Nugent and to the heirs males of his body all my real estate whether absolute inheritances in fee simple or fee farms as also my lease for years of part of little Killany and Bannocks in the county of meath which I hold from the Right Honble Wm Connolly Esqr which estate I leave my said son James subject to an incumbrance of nine hundred pounds ster due to Collll John Piggott of Brockly it being my intention that my chattels reall or personall shall not be chargeable therewth and for want of heirs male of the body of my said son James lawfully begotten then to my son Walter and the heirs males of his body lawfully begotten and for want of such issue then to my son William and the heirs males of his body lawfully begotten and for want of such issue then to my son Thomas and ye heirs males of his body lawfully begotten and for want of such issue to my daughter Anne and the heirs males of her body and for want of such issue then to the issue female of my said sons respectively and for want of such issue then to the issue female of my said daughter Anne and for want of such issue then to my bror Lawrence Nugent and the heirs male of his body and for want of such issue then to my brors respectively according to seniority and the heirs males of their bodys respectively and for want of such issue to the right heirs of me ye said Walter Nugent
      and lastly I doe hereby nominate and appoint my good friends & relations Wm Chapman Arthur Reynell Robert Adaire & George Nugent Esqrs Executrs of this my last Will making it my earnest request that they will take this troublesome office on them & that they will be asisting to my children and prevent any difference from arising among them which I hope God will prevent.
      ******** whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seale the 7th day of 9ber Ao Diu 1727 Wal. Nugent.
      Signed sealed and published in presence of Haytor Nugent, Eliz Powell.
      ?
      A Codicil annexed to the Last Will and Testament of Walter Nugent Esq.
      Wheras I have by my last will and testament bearing date the seventh day of this instant November but drawn by my own hand about four years agoe In which said Will haveing a desire to make some alterations, this is my will and intention that whatever alterations herein contained do stand as part of my sd Will and that this writeing be and is hereby fixed as a Codicill to my said last will and testament in which said will I have charged my real estate with the sum of nine hundred pounds due by me to Coll John Piggott of Brockly in Sommerseteshire of which sume I have since paid him the sum of four hundred pounds. I do therefore hereby bequeath to my son Walter Nugent the sum of two hundred pounds as an addition to the fortune or legacy left him by the aforesaid will and the like sum of two hundred pounds to my daughter Ann Nugent as an addition to the fortune or legacy left to her by the aforesaid will and the sum on one hundred pounds a peice to my sons William and Thomas Nugent, as an addition to the fortune or legacyes left to each of them by the aforesaid will, all which sumes I direct to be raised and paid from the same funds and in the same manner which their severall fortunes are to be rais’d and payd as is mentioned in the aforesaid will, to which I deem and annex this as a Codicil and to remaine part thereof.
      In Witness whereof I do hereby sign seal and publish this Codicill to be part of my said last Will and Testament as witness my hand and seal the thirteenth day of November one thousand seven hundred and twenty seven 1727 Wal Nugent
      Signed sealed and published by the testator at his request in the presence of us Robt Leeson Eliz Powell Will Bushe.
      Probate confirming the executors Arthuro Reynell, Gulielmo Chapman, Roberti Adaire, Georgy Nugent: written in Latin, dated 27 May 1728.

  • Sources 
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    2. [S4497] BOK Burke - General Armory of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1851), Synnot (Ballymoyer).

    3. [S3616] BOK114 A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland (Burke, 1852), BOK114., pages 1346, 1347 (Synnot).

    4. [S3938] TRE Family tree - Fisher Family Tree (owner rossfisher1) on ancestry.com accessed 3 Jul 2014, named as Thomas Nugent.

    5. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 151, Anne [Fleming], Lady Dowager of Slane.

    6. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 168, Will ot Thomas Nugent of Cushenstown and Dublin, 5 May 1710.

    7. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 188, Will of Haytor Nugent of Dublin (abstract).

    8. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 195: Will of Mary Nugent of Great Britain Street, Dublin.

    9. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 199: Will of Hannah Nugent of Dublin, spinster (1758).

    10. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 205: Will of John Nugent of Clonlost (1769).

    11. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 208: Will of John Nugent of Queen St, Dublin (1776).

    12. [S4779] BOK Book - The Peerage of Ireland vol. I, page 124.

    13. [S4778] WIL118 Will Nugent, Walter, WIL118., 2 August 2015; Will and codicil of Walter Nugent; Prerogative Court.

    14. [S5725] WIL findmypast Betham Genealogical Abstracts: wills, Walter nugent, will dated 7 Nov 1727, proved 27 May 1728.

    15. [S5733] BOK312 Analecta Hibernica No 20, 1958, BOK312., page 175, Will of Walter Nugent of Carpenterstown (abstract).

    16. [S4792] WIL129 Will and probate index Nugent, Walter, WIL129., 4 August 2015; will and probate index for Walter Nugent; Prerogative Court.

    17. [S4793] WIL130 Will and probate index Nugent, Walter, WIL130., 1 August 2015; will and probate index - Walter Nugent (1728); Prerogative Court.

    18. [S5729] John Lodge 'The Peerage of Ireland Vol I', BOK311., page 225, Nugent.