George Wyman’s Will




This is the last will and testament

Of me George Wyman of Oundle in the

County of Northamptonshire Wheelwright I

give and bequeath unto John Compton of

Oundle aforesaid Tailor and Staffurth Clarke

of the same place Watchmaker their heirs and executors

and administrators All and every my money

and securities for money Stock in Trade

Household Furniture Book and other debts

and all other my personal estate and effects

whatsoever and wheresoever Upon Trust

so soon after my decease as conveniently

may be to get in and collect my Book

and other debts and to sell and convert

into money such other part of my said

personal estate as shall not consist of

money and thereout in the first place

to pay and discharge all my just debts

funeral and testamentary expenses and

the expense of proving this my will and

then Upon trust to divide pay and retain

the remainder unto and equally

and between my Daughters Fanny the wife

of the said John Compton Sophia the wife

of the said Staffurth Clarke and

Maria Wyman to whom I give and

bequeath the same accordingly And

I nominate constitute and appoint

The said John Compton and Staffurth

Clarke Joint executors of this my


Will in witness whereof I have

hereunto set my hand this fifth day of July in

the year of our Lord one thousand eight

hundred and fifty five

Signed by the said

George Wyman the testator as and

For his last Will and Testament

In the joint presence of us who

in his presence and in the

presence of each other have

hereunto subscribed our names

as Witness


George Wallis Berkeley Calcott

                                    ? Oundle?

B Bellamy

     Clerk to M Richardson

                     Of Oundle


On the 9th day of July 1855


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