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Marriage: Children:
  1. Winifred Pank or Park: Birth: 7 NOV 1688. Death: AFT 22 DEC 1744

1. Text:   IGI
2. Text:   IGI: Extract from parish register or other original record.

a. Note:   N8896 He and Winifred had:
 Thomas (Panck) christened 16 Oct 1682, Leominster.
 John (Pancke) christened 16 Feb 1684, Leominster.
 Benjamin christened 5 Mar 1685, Leominster.
 In IGI, his name is given as Pank in his dau Winifred Pank’s marriage entry, Panke in his own marriage entry, and Panck in his son Thomas’s birth entry.
 14 April 1701
 Deed to deliver the uses of a fine
 (1) Richard Hull of Bromyard, co. Herefs., cooper.
 (2) Thomas Panke of Leominster.
 Reciting conveyance of mess. in Leominster and ensuing fine.
 Now it is declared that the fine is to the use of Panke.
 (Document BC9/129, in Herefordshire Record Office.)
 1706: Pancke v Drew. Plaintiffs: Thomas Pancke. Defendants: James Drew and Irene Drew, his wife. Subject: money matters, Herefordshire.
 24-25 April 1707
 Lease and Release
 (1) Samuel Clarke of Leominster, gent., and Thomas Panck of Leominster, innholder, and wife Winnifrid.
 (2) Alexander Clee of Easthampton, Shobdon, yeo.
 Reciting earlier mortgage by Panck to Clarke of mess. at upper end of New Street, Leominster, (as above) for 50.
 Now property is assigned to Clee.
 With bond attached.
 1719: Could this perhaps be his son?:
 The “Diary and Consultation Book, 1672-1756‎” [of Fort St. George, Madras] on page 120 mentions this man as one who was on the list of those who should have been on the ship Marlborough but did not “answer to their names” [ie were not there] on arrival at Madras:
 1719 “Thomas Pank, Soldier [a rank] of Herefordshire, Vintner [the three others were Gentlemen], age 34.” [ie born 1685]
 A Thomas Pank [no more detail] was buried in Burford. Shropshire (10 miles from Leominster) on 11 October 1732. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.