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Will of Henry Trigg of Dorking Tallowchandler 1671

 

 

In the Name of God Amen

I Henry Trigg of Dorkinge in the County of Surrey Tallowchandler being sicke and

weak but in perfect mind and memory doe make and ordaine this my last Will

and Testament in manner and forme following First and principally I bequeath my

Soule into the hands of God that gave it mee hopeing to have pardon and remission

of all my Sinnes by the precious death and buriall of our Lord Jesus Christ my only

Saviour and Redeemer And my Body I committ to the earth from whence it came

to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter named and as for

those worldly goods which it hath pleased God to lend mee I give and bequeath as

followeth Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Trigg the Summe

of One hundred pounds of lawfull money of England to be paid to her by my Executrix

hereafter named att her day of marriage Item I give and bequeath unto my sonne

Henry Trigg the summe of One hundred pounds of like lawfull money to be paid

unto him when he shall accomplish the age of one and twenty yeares by my Executrix

hereafter named Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane Trigg the summe of One hundred

pounds of like lawfull money to be paid unto her when she shall accomplish the age of

one and twenty yeares or day of marriage which shall first happen by my

Executrix hereafter named Item I give and bequeath unto my sonne John Trigg

the summe of One hundred pounds of like lawfull money to be paid unto him when

he shall accomplish the age of one and twenty yeares by my Executrix hereafter

named Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Frances Trigg the summe

of One hundred pounds of lawfull money of England when she shall attaine to the

age of one and twenty yeares or day of marriage which shall first happen by my

Executrix hereafter named Item I give and bequeath unto my sonne William Trigg

the summe of One hundred pounds of like lawfull money to be paid unto him by my

Executrix hereafter named when he shall accomplish the age of one and twenty

yeares Item I give and bequeath unto my sonne Edward Trigg for and dureing

the terme of his naturall life one annuity or yearly rent of Tenn pounds to be

issuing out of the messuages or tenements situate lyeing and being in the

South Street of Dorking aforesaid in the Severall tenures or occupations of

Frances Buttery William Worland and John Freeland or their severall

assign or assigns for his maintenance(?) And if att any time my loveing mother

Elizabeth Bothell should goe and live from my Executrix hereafter named Then

I give and bequeath unto my said Mother Elizabeth Bothell the Summe of Tenne

pounds of lawful English money yearely and every yeare dureing soe long time as

she the said Elizabeth shall live from my Executrix hereafter named and noe longer

to be paid by my Executrix hereafter named halfe yearely Item I give and

bequeath unto my beloved Wife Jane Trigg All those three messuages or

tenements yards gardens stables and backesides in Dorkeing aforesaid in the

occupations of the said Frances Buttery William Worland and John Freeland

or their severall assignee or assignes To have and hold the said messuages or

tennemenets and premisses to the said Jane Trigg my wife and to her heires

and assigns forever changeable nevertheless with the annuity of Tenn pounds a

yeare to my sonne Edward Trigg dureing his naturall life for his maintenance

All the rest of my worldly goods after my debts and Legacies paid I give and bequeath

unto my beloved wife Jane whom I make sole Executrix of this my last Will and

Testament revoakeing all former Wills by me heretofore made and I desire my

loveing brothers Richard Constable and John Smith and my loveing kinseman John

Spencer gent and my loveing freind William Hordern gent to be

Overseers of this my last Will and Testament desireing them to see it performed

And I doe give to every and each of them Tenne Shillings to buy each of

them a Ring to be paid by my Executrix In Witness whereof to this my

last Will and Testament containeing two sheets of paper I hereunto sett my

hand and seale The six and twentieth day of September in the Two and

twentieth yeare of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second by

the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defender of

the Faith Anno Dom 1670 Henry Trigg. Signed sealed published and

declared by the said Henry Trigg to be his last Will and Testament in the

presence of the marke of George More W Horden

 

 

Probatum fuit huiusmodi Testamentum apud ades Exoniens? ritual?

in Le Strand Com Midds coram venli viro Richardo Lloyd Legum Doctore

Surrogato venlis et egregii viri Dni Leolini Jenkins militis Legum Doctoris

Curia Prerogativa Cant Magistri Custodis sive Commissarii legitime constitut

vicesimo primo die mensis Martii Anno Dni (Stilo Anglie) Millesimo

sexcentesimo septuagesimo Juramento Jana Trigg Relicta et Executricis

in huiusmodi Testamento nominata Cui comissa fuit Administratio omnium

et singulorum bonorii jurii et creditorum dicti defuncti de bene et fideliter

administran ead ad Sancta Dei Evangelia in debita Jurio forma Jurac

 

 

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