John RULE of Camborne Veor
- Christened: 30 Mar 1752, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married (1): 9 Aug 1796, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married (2): 16 Nov 1784, Camborne, Cornwall
- Buried: 6 Jun 1834, Camborne, Cornwall
"Captain in the mines, according to marriage record; also mentioned as such in will of his father-in-law James Bennetts.
John Rule of Camborne Veor died aged 83 years (burial record).
Will of John Rule, mine agent of Camborne Veor, Camborne, written 27 Dec 1833, proved in London 21 Jul 1834...
"This is the last Will and Testament of me John Rule of Camborne Veor in the Parish of Camborne in the County of Cornwall Mine Agent made this twenty seventh day of December one thousand eight hundred and thirty three I will and direct that all my just debts funeral expenses and the expenses approving this my Will be first paid by my Executor hereinafter named I give and bequeath unto my Servant Mary Jewell ten pounds to be paid to her six months after my decease provided she be living with me in my dwelling house at the time of my decease It is my particular wish that my dwelling house and premises situate at Camborne Veor aforesaid should be occupied and enjoyed by some one of my Family I therefore hereby give and bequeath unto my son Charles my dwelling house lands and premises called or commonly known by the name of Camborne Veor now in my occupation and Abraham Michell my Tenant and which I hold under a lease from the Right Honorable Francis Low de Dunstanville and Basset To hold to him my said Son Charles his executors administrators and assigns for and during the term estate and interest I have therein he keeping all the said premises in good repair I also give and bequeath unto my said son Charles All my household goods and furniture plate linen and china, books, prints and pictures wearing apparel Farming stock and implements of husbandry which I may die possessed of situate in and on my dwelling house and premises at Camborne Veor aforesaid or elsewhere To hold to him his executors administrators and assigns in his own proper goods and chattels it is however my wish that my said son Charles do not let sell or dispose of my dwelling house or gardens aforesaid unless with the unanimous consent of my children at that time living It is also my wish that if my sons John and William or either of them or their or his return to England should particularly wish to reside in part of my sons dwelling house above given to my said Son Charles it is my wish that my said son Charles should comply with such request provided that my said Sons John and William or either of them making such request be unmarried All the Rest Residue and Remainder of my property which I may die possessed of or entitled unto of any and every sort or description not hereinbefore disposed of I give and bequeath the same to my said Son Charles Rule In trust that the same may be equally divided between him and all and every of my other children who may be living at the time of my decease share and share alike but it is my Will that the part or share of such of my Property as may appear to be the proportion of my daughter Susan the Wife of Mr Francis Daniell should she be living at the time of my decease shall be laid out by my said Son Charles in his name in government or other good security with liberty to change the security whenever he thinks proper and that the interest arising therefrom shall be paid her half yearly And that the principal and interest shall not nor should any part thereof be under the control of management of her present or any future husband and that her receipt only notwithstanding her Coverture shall be a sufficient discharge for such payment And it is my Will that should my said daughter die in ---?--- time or after my decease having a child or children that her share shall remain on such security in the name of my said Son Charles his executors or administrators until such child or the youngest of such children shall attain the age of twenty one years but if my said Son Charles his executors or administrators should consider it necessary to advance for the maintenance and bringing up of such child or children any part of the share of his her or their mother I hereby empower him or them so to do And it is further my Will that in case my said daughter should die having no child or children in that case her part or share shall go to and be divided between such of my children as shall then be living share and share alike And it is further my Will that my Executor the said Charles rule shall be at liberty to deduct and retain to himself all such monies costs charges and expenses as he may lay out be at or be put unto putting this my last Will and Testament into execution or in any wise relating thereto And I do hereby revoke all and every other will and wills and Codicil and Codicils by me at any time heretofore made and declare this to be my last and only subsisting Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand and seal the day and year first above mentioned - John Rule (SS) - Signed Sealed published and declared by the said John Rule the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses Samuel Whear - Saml. Rawlings
Proved at London 22nd July 1834 before the Judge by the oath of Charles Rule the son the sole Executor to whom Administration was granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer." 1
John married Anne BENNETT, daughter of James BENNETTS and Jane ALLEN, on 9 Aug 1796 in Camborne, Cornwall. (Anne BENNETT was christened on 18 Oct 1774 in Camborne, Cornwall and was buried on 9 Apr 1822 in Camborne, Cornwall.)
John Rule, Captain in the mines, and Anne Bennetts
Married by Licence
Witnesses, Jas. Bennett & Joseph Vivian
John also married Mary HOCKIN, daughter of Oliver HOCKIN and Faith SYMONDS, on 16 Nov 1784 in Camborne, Cornwall. (Mary HOCKIN was christened on 8 May 1763 in Gwithian, Cornwall and was buried on 8 Jun 1790 in Camborne, Cornwall.)
John Rule, tinner, and Mary Hocking