Will of Henry Jeakins Chandler of Oundle 1689



In the Name of God Amen the Nine & Twentith day of

November in the yeare of our Lord One thousand sixe hundred

Eightie and nine I Henry Jeakins of Oundle in the Countie of Northton

Chandler being sicke & weake in body but of sound & perfect memory

praise bee given to God, doe make & Ordaine this my last will &

testamt in manner & forme following (that is to say) My pretious

& sinnerful soule I doe in the first place resigne use into the

hands of Almighty God my Creator trusting through the merritts

of my deare Redeemer Jesus Christ to receive free pardon &

full remission of all my sinnes & my body I Comend to the Earth

from whence itt was taken to bee decently buried at the discretion

of my Executors hereafter named Not doubting of a glorious & Joyfull

resurrection of the same att that great & blessed day when soule & body

shalle reunite & glorified together to all Eternitie Item I give devise

& bequeath All that Messuage or tenemt wherein I now dwell unto my

son Stephen Jeakins his heires & Assignes for ever Provided allwayes

& allwayes & my will is that in consideration of the aforesaid Messuage

hee shall well & truly pay unto my daughter Anne Jeakins the sume of

Fiftie pounds of lawfull money of England when she shall

attaine the Age of One & Twenty yeares the which if hee shall refuse

to doe, then I give Devise & bequeath my aforesaid Messuage or

Tenemt unto my said daughter Anne Jeakins her heires & Assignes

for ever Item I give Devise & bequeath unto my said daughter Anne

Jeakins All these my three Acres of Copihold meadow lyeing & being

in the feilds of Oundle aforesaid, to the use of her & her Assignes

according to the Customs of the said Manner of Oundle Provided

T Henry Jeakins


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