Will of William Varnden of Chertsey 1861



This is the last Will and Testament

of me William Varnden of Chertsey in Surry Brick Maker. I hereby

nominate and appoint my nephew William Waterer of Chertsey Labourer

and James Parham also of Chertsey Collector to be executors of my will

and Trustees for the purposes hereafter mentioned, I hereby give and

bequeath to the said James Parham the sum of five pounds for his

trouble in executing this my last Will I give and devise to my two sisters

Elizabeth Varnden and Sophia Varnden all my stock in trade book debts

household furniture goods chattels and personal estate whatsoever to

hold to them for ever equally they paying thereout all my just debts

and funeral and testamentary expenses I give and devise to my nephew

William Waterer the two Cottages lately built by him with the gardens

and all appurtenances thereunto belonging situate at Row Hill in the

Parish of Chertsey for his own use absolutely and I also give and devise

to my aforesaid sisters Elizabeth and Sophia all my other messuages lands

tenements and real estate whatsoever to hold to them during their natural

lives and to the survivor of them and to the heirs of such survivor upon trust to

sell the same either together or in lots and either by public sale or

private contract as as conveniently can be after the decease of the survivor

of them my said sisters to any person or persons for the best price or

prices that can be obtained for the same and to pay and divide the

money arising from such sale or sales after deducting the expenses

thereof in manner following that is to say upon trust to pay one moiety

thereof unto James, Albert and Mary the three children of my sister

Mary Douglas deceased equally and upon trust to pay the other moiety

thereof unto William, Ann, Elizabeth and Mary the four children of my

Sister Ann Waterer deceased equally to whom I give and bequeath the

same and for facilitating such sale or sales I direct that the receipt or

receipts of my said trustees and of the survivor of them and his heirs

shall be good and sufficient discharge to the purchaser or purchasers of

my said real estate or any part thereof and revoking all former Wills I

declare this only to be my will In testimony whereof I have at the foot


or end hereof set my hand and subscribed my name this twenty nith day of

May in the year One thousand eight hundred and fifty seven ___________

Wm Varnden ___ Signed by the said William Varnden and declared by him

to be his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence

at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed

our names as witnesses to the due execution hereof ____ John Adlington

Collier____Thomas Wright Liggett


Proved at London 30th April 1861 by the oaths of William Waterer the

Nephew and James Parham the Executors to whom Admon was


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