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From: "terry blackmore" <>
Subject: Sellick Family, Osmond Family
Date: Sat, 21 May 2005 19:00:29 +0100
Does the following sound familiar to anyone
Sellick possibly William married and had a Daughter Mary. His wife from
Mary's will is buried in the Moore's Aisle of Cullompton Church. Mary
married (no details have been found yet) George Moore of Moorhayes,
Cullompton. George died in 1711, they had one daughter also Mary who married
John Blackmore of Sheldon. Mary Sellick now remarried and again a widow was
buried according to the Cullompton Parish Records in Cullompton Nov 1743 as
Extracts I have from her will as well as the notes from the same book are as
below may give more clues.
I have the complete book of will extracts. There are a number more Osmond
wills in the book dated 1896.
Regards Terry Blackmore
1743. The last will of Mary Osmond of Tiverton, Widow, 10th Feb., 1742.
To be buried in "Moores Isle," in Cullompton Church, by the side
of her mother.
To Kinsman William Bailey the younger, of Tiverton, silver
tankard, salver, and punch ladle, the tea cannister, six tea spoons and
tongs, and a gold watch. To his wife Mary "a diamond ring with green stone
in it," best white satin gown flowered with gold, and "my linnen gown that I
brought in London." To kinswoman Susannah Sellick, " If she be living in the
same station at Kensington as I lately saw her," a diamond ring and silver
podinger. To kinsman William Sellick, £7- 14s. per annum. To kinsman Peter
Slape, £50. To Kinswoman Ann, wife of Francis Matthews, £100. To Miss Mary
Coles, £50, and to her father Thomas Coles and to Susannah Haviland, a
mourning ring each. To Mrs Mary Osmond of Halberton, two pairs of gold
buttons, and to Eleanor Floyer, a mourning ring. The Arms of her first
husband, "Mr, Moore," to be put on her hearse.
Residue to said Wm. Bailey, who is sole Exor.
Proved 17th Dec., 1743.
Trustees, Saml. Rogers, Rector of Withycombe, Somerset, and
Vicar of Halberton; Thomas Balliman, and Thomas Coles.
NOTE.- Testatrix, whose marriage licence with "Mr. Moore" is not
to be found, and whose maiden name is left blank in the Pedigree of Moore of
Moorehays, was probably a daughter of William Sellick, who purchased the
right of presentation to Cullompton Church, and presented thereto, in 1710.
She was the widow of George Moore of Moorhays, who died 5th
Nov., 1711 and by him had an only daughter Mary, the wife of John Blackmore
of Sheldon, and the ancestor of the present owner of Moorhays.
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