The Pate Families of Southwark

One of William Hopkins' friends was a fellow Quaker, Robert Pate. He was mentioned in William's 1705 will as a "loving friend," leaving him three pounds for the use of the poor of the Friends meeting. He also named Pate overseer of his will and left him twenty shillings. When William's son Benjamin was admitted to the Vintner's Company, Robert Pate, carpenter, was one of those signing the document.

I've found several documents concerning the Pates. They were mentioned in the records of the Friends, as well as in records of the Distillers Company. Details of those documents are below.

Register Report

Please click this link to see a register report for the descendants of Robert Pate the elder in pdf format.

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This file was last updated on 4/18/2017.

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