Will of John Trigg Grocer of Southwark 1736



In the name of God Amen

I John Trigg of the Burrough of Southwarke

in the County of Surry Grocer being weak in

body but in good & perfect mind and

memory praised be God doe make this my

last Will and Testament in maner and form

following Imprimis I bequeath my Soul into

the hands of Almighty God and my Body to the

earth to be decently Buried at the discretion of

my executrix hereafter named Item I give and

bequeath unto my kinswoman Elizabeth Joyce my

pearle necklace Item I give to my Neice Jane Chitty

Wife of William Chitty senior of godalming in the

said County of Surry maltster my gould watch and

plate and all my Linen and goods and all the rest

of my Estate both reall and personall of nature or kind

whatsoever after my Debts and funerall Charges be

be paid and I doe here by make and Appoint the said

Jane Chittu sole executrix of this my last Will & Testament

revoking all other Wills by me made either in word

or writing and this only be my last Will and Testament

In Witnesse whereof I the said John Trigg have

sett my hand and seale the twenty sixth day of March


In the year of our Lord God one

Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty seven


                                    John Trigg


Signed Sealed and Declared

by the said John Trigg the

Testator to be his last will and

Testament in the presence of us

whose names are hereunder written

as witnesses hereunto

Tho Gillham

Geo: Watersfield



2d April 1736

Jane Chitty the Executrix of the above written

Will was sworn before me

                William Eliot Surrogate


This will was proved on the 2d day of April

1736. Before the Reverend William Eliot Clerk Surrogate

by Jane Chitty the sole exrx To whom admcon was granted She being first

sworne duely to admster




Arch Deacon of Surrey

The Will of

John Trigg deced

proved 2d April 1736

1 ju by last of next October

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