PETTIE OF DONCASTER
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1 JOHN PETTIE of Doncaster, smith, was buried on 4 April 1575 at Doncaster. He married BARBARA ( ) BURGON, widow of Richard Burgon. Barbara later married Robert Hymingfield and John Awborn. She was buried on 27 July 1602 at Doncaster.
Children of John and Barbara ( ) (Burgon) Pettie:
2 i EDWARD PETTIE (1557-1616); m ISABEL BATEMAN.
iv RICHARD PETTIE, bap 6 Jul 1567, Doncaster.
v KATHERINE PETTIE, bur 27 Nov 1580, Doncaster.
2 EDWARD PETTIE, blacksmith, was baptised on 2 June 1557 at Doncaster and buried on 9 September 1616 at Doncaster, Yorkshire. He married on 4 October 1584 at Doncaster, ISABEL BATEMAN. Isabel was buried on 14 August 1616 at Doncaster.
Children of Edward and Isabel (Bateman) Pettie:
ii AGNES PETTIE, bap 13 Feb 1587/88, Doncaster.
 The will of John Pettie mentions “Agnes Burgon my doughter in lawe” and Doncaster court records of the 1550s refer to of John Pyttye and Barbara, his wife, executrix of Richard Burgon, so it appears that Barbara had previously been married to Richard. See Doncaster Archives, AB5/1/3 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QHV-P3JT-WQFJ) and A Calendar to the Records of the Borough of Doncaster, 4 vols (Doncaster, 1899-1903), 2:189.
 Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk). Her name is given as Joane in the marriage entry. The will of her mother-in-law mentions her as “Jennett the wief of John Pettey my sonne”.
 Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk). The 1601 will of Alice’s mother left money to “Jennett Brande my daughter Alice daughter” when Jennett reached the age of sixteen, but no legacy to Alice herself, so it seems that Alice was dead by then. Alice, wife of William Brand, was buried in 1599. William Brand and Alice Wood were married in 1598. The marriage of John Wood and Alice took place in 1596. The surname of Alice in the latter entry is partially obscured by a tear in the register, but it does appear to begin with the letter P.
 Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk). His baptism entry shows him as Edmund and he is so named in his father’s will, but he appears as Edward in later records, including his mother’s will.
 Doncaster parish registers (online at www.findmypast.co.uk). There were two Isabel Batemans married at Doncaster relatively close in time, to James Turner in 1581 and to Edward Pettie in 1584. Their parentages are not known but one of them may have been a daughter of the Henry Bateman whose wife Isabel was buried at Doncaster on 25 June 1574.