The Publications of the Surtees Society Volume 110
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The Publications of the Surtees Society Volume 110

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 Excerpt: ...he maide sole executrix. Wittnesses, Will. Shippard, John Oxnard, Geo. Oxnard.--Executrix named admitted. ADMINISTRATION OF WILLIAM FRANK'S EFFECTS. Membrane 13. 7 and 8 Charles I (1631-2). Jane Franke, the relict of William Franke of Feringsbie, is admitted as administratrix of his effects. Roll, 8 And 9 Charles I (1632-3). ADMINISTRATION OF THOMAS MURTON's EFFECTS. Membrane 11. July 17, 9 Charles I (1633). Anne Murton, relict of Thomas Murton of Norwood, is admitted as administratrix of his effects. THE WILL OF MAEMADUKE UMPLEBY. Membrane 13. 8 and 9 Charles I (1632-3). Nov. 28, 1632.--Marmaduke Umplebie of Felliscliffe, par. Hampsethwait, woollen webster, to be buried at Hampsethwait. I give to Robt. Hutchinson, my godsonne, xij d.; to Heline Skaiffe, my goddaughter, xij d. The residue to Janett, my wife, whom I make sole executrix &c. Witnesses, Will, Iles, Tho. Skaiffe.--Executrix named admitted. THE WILL OF JOHN NEWALL. Membrane 13. 8 and 9 Charles I (1632-3). May 7, 1632.--I, John Newall of Darley, yeoman, to be buried at Hampsethwait. I give the lease of my house wherein I dwell and my fermhold with all the closes &c. belonging, in Darley, and those groundes in Clint now in my occupacon, called Jeffrey Closes, to Anne, my wife, and her executors &c., during my tearmes therein; to my said wife my interest which I have in Daiker of the demise of Dorithe r Hardcastle, and those closes called Cornehills and Saurecarr; to everie one of those fower daughters, which were my sister Marie Barnesleys daughters, xls. apeice, being in all viij li., and if any of them happen to die before they receive the same, then I give her parte or their partes to those of them that overlive; to Richard Doungewell ah. Dyker xx s., and I doe discharge him of such ...
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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1130726916
  • 9781130726916

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 Excerpt: ...he maide sole executrix. Wittnesses, Will. Shippard, John Oxnard, Geo. Oxnard.--Executrix named admitted. ADMINISTRATION OF WILLIAM FRANK'S EFFECTS. Membrane 13. 7 and 8 Charles I (1631-2). Jane Franke, the relict of William Franke of Feringsbie, is admitted as administratrix of his effects. Roll, 8 And 9 Charles I (1632-3). ADMINISTRATION OF THOMAS MURTON's EFFECTS. Membrane 11. July 17, 9 Charles I (1633). Anne Murton, relict of Thomas Murton of Norwood, is admitted as administratrix of his effects. THE WILL OF MAEMADUKE UMPLEBY. Membrane 13. 8 and 9 Charles I (1632-3). Nov. 28, 1632.--Marmaduke Umplebie of Felliscliffe, par. Hampsethwait, woollen webster, to be buried at Hampsethwait. I give to Robt. Hutchinson, my godsonne, xij d.; to Heline Skaiffe, my goddaughter, xij d. The residue to Janett, my wife, whom I make sole executrix &c. Witnesses, Will, Iles, Tho. Skaiffe.--Executrix named admitted. THE WILL OF JOHN NEWALL. Membrane 13. 8 and 9 Charles I (1632-3). May 7, 1632.--I, John Newall of Darley, yeoman, to be buried at Hampsethwait. I give the lease of my house wherein I dwell and my fermhold with all the closes &c. belonging, in Darley, and those groundes in Clint now in my occupacon, called Jeffrey Closes, to Anne, my wife, and her executors &c., during my tearmes therein; to my said wife my interest which I have in Daiker of the demise of Dorithe r Hardcastle, and those closes called Cornehills and Saurecarr; to everie one of those fower daughters, which were my sister Marie Barnesleys daughters, xls. apeice, being in all viij li., and if any of them happen to die before they receive the same, then I give her parte or their partes to those of them that overlive; to Richard Doungewell ah. Dyker xx s., and I doe discharge him of such ...
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