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John Shakespeare (c. 1531 – 7 September 1601) was an English businessman in Stratford-upon-Avon and the father of William Shakespeare. He was a glover and whittawer (leather worker) by trade. Shakespeare was elected to several municipal offices, serving as an alderman and culminating in a term as bailiff, the chief magistrate of the town council, and mayor of Stratford in 1568, before he fell on hard times for reasons unknown.
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William Shakespeare’s father was John Shakespeare, born in 1531 to Richard Shakespeare, a farmer from the village of Snitterfield – about five miles from Stratford upon Avon. John Shakespeare was an ambitious man; not content with a life of farming he moved to the urban centre of Stratford before 1552 as an apprentice glover and tanner of leathers. John Shakespeare prospered and began to deal in farm products and wool.
Mary and John Shakespeare became parents for the first time in September of 1558, when their daughter Joan was born. Nothing is known of Joan Shakespeare except for the fact that she was baptized in Stratford on September 15, and succumbed to the plague shortly after. Their second child, Margaret, was born in 1562 and was baptized on December 2. She died one year later. The Shakespeares' fourth child, Gilbert, was baptized on October 13, 1566, at Holy Trinity. It is likely that John Shakespeare named his second son after his friend and neighbor on Henley Street, Gilbert Bradley, a glover.
John Shakespeare - Contemporary usually written " Shakespeare " - was born in 1530 as son of Richard Shakespeare, a simple farmer from the village of Snitterfield, which lies a few kilometers north-east of Stratford- upon- Avon. Despite his humble origins, he reached later in life a respected position in society. By profession he was Glover ( glover ) and " whittawer " (ie, he produced things made of soft white leather). For the first time on record in 1552 John Shakespeare was - for a Unrathaufen front of his house he paid a shilling penalty.
father: John Shakespeare. mother: Mary Shakespeare. siblings: Anne Shakespeare, Edmund Shakespeare, Gilbert Shakespeare, Joan Shakespeare, Margaret Shakespeare, Richard Shakespeare. children: Hamnet Shakespeare, Judith Quiney, Susanna Hall. Died on: April 23, 1616. Childhood & Early Life. William Shakespeare was born to John Shakespeare and Mary Arden. Though his actual date of birth is not known, it is traditionally observed on April 23, 1564. As per church records, he was baptized on April 26, 1564.
Joan, John and Mary Shakespeare’s first child, was baptized on September 15, 1558, according to the Holy Trinity Church parish register. Next to the entry, an X added by a later hand highlights its significance. John Shakespeare was elected as an affeeror, an official appointed to monitor the level of fines imposed at Stratford’s manorial court, for the second time on May 4, 1561, as shown here. Parish register entry recording Margaret Shakespeare’s baptism.
Joan was the first born of John and Mary Shakespeare who had eight children between 1558 - 1580. Joan died at the age of just two months old - the cause of death was believed to be the Bubonic Plague. Margaret shakespeare (1562 - 1563). Margaret only lived for one year. The cause of death has not been documented but was believed to be due to the Bubonic Plague. William shakespeare (1564 - 1616). William was the first born son of John and Mary Shakespeare and thankfully survived childhhood unlike the two sisters before him. Gilbert shakespeare (1566 - 1612). EDMUND SHAKESPEARE - . 581 (1581 - 1607). At the time of his birth the Shakespeare fortunes had recovered. Edmund was sixteen years younger than William. He followed William to London and worked as an actor.
John was a busy man. He also found time to operate as a ‘wool brogger’ – an unlicensed, and therefore illegal, wool dealer. This occupation had been restricted to state approved merchants only, following an Act of Parliament from 1553. Initially this appears to have been very profitable, with alleged sales of up to 400 stones of wool at a time being attributed to John in 1571-2. From the 1570s, John’s life took a turn towards trouble. When John died in 1601, 37 year old William Shakespeare inherited the entire property now known as Shakespeare's Birthplace. He leased part of the house to Lewis Hiccox who extended it as an inn, later known as ‘The Swan and Maidenhead’. The inn only closed in 1846, after which the whole property was purchased by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
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