The Will of John Berryman of Chertsey 1771



I John Berryman

Of Chertsey in the County of Surry Tile Maker Do make

This my last Will and Testament in manner following

(that is to say) I Give and Devise to my loving Wife

Ann Berryman All that my Copyhold Messuage or

Tenement Situate in *Billamís Lane in the parish of                    * should read Bittams Lane

Chertsey aforesaid with the appurts and all other my

Lands and Tenements and hereditts in the parish of

Chertsey or elsewhere To hold to my said wife her

Heirs and Assigns for ever And also all the rest

and residue of my real and personal Estate

whatsoever and wheresoever I Give Devise and

Bequeath to my said loving wife her Heirs Executors

Admors and Assigns And do Constitute and Appoint

her sole Executrix of this my last Will In Witness

whereof I have to this my last Will set my hand

and Seal this Seventh day of August in the year

if our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Seventy

one John Berryman Signed Sealed Published

and Declared by the said Testator and by us subscribed

in his presence Witness our hands this Seventh

Day of August 1771 W Jones Edwd Brown

Wm Whittaker


This will was proved at London the

Fourteenth Day of December in the year of our

Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Seventy one

Before the Worshipful Andrew Coltee Ducarel

Doctor of Laws Surrogate of the Right Worshipful

George Hay also Doctor of Laws Master Keeper

or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of

Canterbury lawfully constituted by the Oath of Ann

Berryman Widow the Relict of the deceased and

Sole Executrix named in the said Will to whom

Administration was Granted of all and Singular

the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased

She having been first Sworn Duly to Administer


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