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Will of Margaret Margesson Widow of Ockley 1628

 

 

In the name of God Amen Anno Dmi 1626 In the Second yere of the raigne of or sovraigne Lord

Charles by the grace of God kinge of England Scotland France and Ireland defendor of the faith

&c I Margarett Margesson of Ockley in the Coutie of Surrie widdowe beinge in bodily health and

p[er]fect memorye praysed be god ye not knowinge whether God will grannte me soe much tyme

hereafter I make and ordayne this my last Will and Testam[en]te in manner and forme followinge

First and principally I Comend my Soule to God my maker and my bodye to the earth from

whence it Came It[e]m I give to the poore people of Ockley Tenn shillings It[e]m I give and bequeath

unto Joane my daughter wife of John Wheller Thirty pounds of lawfull money of England

It[e]m I give and bqueath unto the said Joane my daughter one of the best playne Cheastes It[e]m I give to

Joane Constable and Agnes Constable the two daughters of William Constable deceased Two paire of tyre sheets

and one paire of Towen sheets and one Table Cloth of Tyre and one course table cloth of Towe

and Thre pewter platters and Thre pewter dishes, and one pewter Candelstick, and one pewter

Salt Cellar It[e]m I give and bequeath unto John Margesson my sonne my Cupborde and one paire of

Tyre sheets, and two paire of Dowen Sheets, and one table Cloth made of threquartern Cloth

and two pewter platters, and two pewter dishes, and one salt cellor with a Cover It[e]m I give to

my sonne John Margesson Children Twentie shillings a peece It[e]m I give and bequeath unto

Richard Margesson my sonne Tenn pounds of lawfull money of England It[e]m I give to Richard

Margesson the sonne of Richard Margesson my sonne fower pounds of currant Englishe money It[e]m

I give to WIlliam Margesson and Mary Margesson the sonne and daughter of the said Richard

my sonne Thre pounds a peece of currant Englishe money Als I give and bequeathe unto my

sonne in Lawe Thomas Constable children Twenty shillings apeece It[e]m I give unto my sonne

in Law Thomas Baxe children Twentie shillings apeece It[e]m I give to William Constable Joane

Constable and Agnes Constable the Thre Children of William Constable deceased Twentye

Shillings apeece It[e]m I give to Margarett my daughter my great Joyned Cheast It[e]m I

give to Agnes my daughter one of my best playne Cheasts

It[e]m I give to Richard Stydman my brother Twenty shillings It[e]m I

give to Elizabeth Smede two shillings It[e]m I give to John Smede two shillings and sixe pence

It[e]m I give to John Stydman sonne of Thomas Stydman my brother deceased two shillings and

Sixe pence It[e]m I give to Katherine Chasemor my borther Joseph Chasemoore daughter yf she bee

lyvinge Fower shillings It[e]m, I give to Mary Penfold and Tomzane Bennett the two servannts

of Thomas Constable my sonne in lawe two shillings a peece The Residues of all my Goods and

Chattels unbequeathed and not given I give and bequeath unto Thomas Constable and Thomas

Baxe my two sonne in Lawes Which Thomas Constable and Thomas Baxe I make my sole

Executors of this my Last will and Testam[en]t and they to take my debts and paie my debts and

Legaces and to see this my Last will and Testam[en]t fullfilled in all poynts as I trust they will

Also I ordayne and mak Richard Stydman my brother and Henry Steeresforthe aforesaid

Ov[er]seers to this my last will and Testam[en]t desiringe them to see the same trulie executed accordinge

to the true meaninge hereof In witnes whereof to this my last will and Testam[en]t I have sett my hand

and Seale the daie and yere First above wrytten in the p[rese]nce of             Magarett        her m[ar]k

Sealed and delyv[e]red in the p[rese]nce of                                                  Margesson  X

Thomas Baracouch

John Peter

his X m[ar]k

 

Probatu huiu Testatu apud

Guildford cor veneli viro ll Johe

Tichborne saria thee ese Bro

Surrete offolis venli Archin Surr domino

die menss Aprilis Anno dni 1628 iuratis

Thoma Constable et Thom Baxe

Exexutors in huioi Testato noiat quibus

cognissa fuit Ado &c de bene  ? iurat &c

salve in re cum sinn qr &c

 

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