Will of George Hill of Dymock Yeoman 1723



In the name of God Amen I George Hill of

Netherton in ye p[ar]ish of Dimock & County of Glouc yeoman

Being weak in Body but of Sound Mind & Memory praised

be God for it, Do make & Ordain this my Last Will and

Testament in Manner & Form Following First I Give

my Soule into ye hands of Almighty hoping ye alone

Merits of my Saviour Jesus Christ to have my Sins all

pardoned & Forgiven And my Body to ye Earth to be

Decently Buried at ye Discretion of my Executrix here-

after named: As to ye Wordly Estate it hath pleased God

to Bestown upon me I dispose thereof as Followeth: Imp:

I will that my Debts & Funerall Expences shall be paid

& Discharged: Item I give and Devise to all my Sons

and Daughters and Grandsons and Grand Daughters

half a Crown a piece; to be paid within ye space of

a year after my Decease: Item I Give & Devise

to my Grandson George Hill all the Tack whatsoever

Belonging to my home: As to ye Rest of my Goods

Cattel & Chattels I Give and Devise the Same to my Dear

& Loving Wife whom I nominate & appoint Executrix

of this my Last Will & Testament In Witness

whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & seale as

unto my Last Will & Testament Revoking all Other

Wills & Testaments by me Formerly made This twenty

Sixth Day of July in ye year of the Sovereign Lord

King George over Great Britain &c Annoq Dni 1723

Signed Sealed published & Declared

the Last Will & Testament of ye

Said George Hill in ye pr[e]sence of

Edward Davis                    George Hill



George Hill the grandson was baptised in 1703, son of George.




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