Herefordshire Wills

Abstracts of Herefordshire Probate Records

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Unless otherwise stated, original copies of Wills dated prior to 1858 are usually found in the appropriate Diocesan Record Office for the court where the Will was proved - for Herefordshire, this is the Hereford Record Office. Wills which were proved in the Archdeaconry of Brecon may be found at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth. Copies of Wills for which Probate was granted at the PCC (Prerogative Court of Canterbury) may be obtained via the National Archives Wills website.

Searches for, and Copies of Wills and Probate 1858-1996 may be obtained through via the Find a Will service, at local Registries, and sometimes on microfilm at County Record Offices. Further information on post-1858 Wills, may be found on the Government's Wills, Probate and Inheritance pages.

Abbreviations which may be used on this page are:-

(Ad) "Admon", or Letters of Administration.
(I) Inventory (a list of the deceased's goods, and their value)
(N) A Nuncupative Will is one declared by a legal representative, as being indicative
of the deceased's wishes, and will often refer to the Testator in the third person.
(#) Indicates the Will is a 'duplicate' - that is, more than one person has submitted an
abstract from the same original Will.
 * An asterisk against a surname indicates the Executor(s) of the Will, or, in the case
of Administration (Ad), the Administrator(s)
i/t/p "in the parish (of)".
CELF Chapel en le Frith (Derbyshire)
ECC Episcopal Consistory Court (Lichfield)
HCC Hereford Consistory Court
n.p. Notary Public
R&R Rest and Residue (a common expression in Wills)
The following may also be of use in the study of Wills generally:-

 

1549

A'BYVAR
BYVASR
CARDOGAN
COLRYGGE
CONOPPE
ELYS
HAWKINS
HYGGYNS
JONYS
LEPAR
RODE
ROSE
STEVYN
THOMAS
ELYS, Johan - widow, 3 Jan 1548/9.
to be buried Pembridge;   to my servant […];   to […] & David ap THOMAS 16s.8d.;   to Alys ap THOMAS a sheet;   to Raffe CONOPPE;   to my godson Walter JONYS … of Dilwyn;   to the poor of Pembridge;   to Johan COLRYGGE;   to my godson William CARDOGAN;   to John HAWKINS;   to William HYGGYNS;   to John RODE;   to John ap STEVYN;   to my goddaughter Johan CONOPPE;   to Davy BYVASR;   John A BYVAR*.
Witnesses: William HYGGYNS &   Sir John RODE &   George CONOPPE &   John LEPAR &   John ROSE.
Will dated 3 Jan 1548/9. Proved at Hereford.

Contact: Michael Faraday

 

1563

BADLAND
BRID
EVE
HIGGINS
LEWES
TAYLER
EVE, Margery - of Hardwick i/t/p Erisland [Eardisland], widow, 1 Dec 1563.
to be buried Eardisland churchyard;   to William my son, Thomas my son, Thomas my son (mentioned twice);   to George my son when of full age or married;   to Margery my daughter, Johan my daughter;   to John my son*.
Overseer: William BRID my son in law.
Creditors: William BRID my son in law &   Richard TAYLER my son in law &   Annis BADLAND my sister &   William HIGGINS &   William, Thomas & George my sons (from their father's bequest).
Witnesses: Thomas LEWES &   William BRID &   John EVE the elder.
Will dated 1 Dec 1563. Proved at Hereford.

Contact: Michael Faraday

 

1582

BUTLER
DEANE
DUNSAY
EVAN
EVET
EVETT
EVETTS
GILLAM
HAPPETT
INGRAM
JONES
PAXTON
SHEPPERD
WADLE
WODD
EVETT, Richard - of Hallow, Orleton, husbandman, 21 Jun.
my sonne Willyam EVETT;   brother Wyllyam EVETT;   Rychard DUNSAY;   Elnor, Wyllam and Judith DUNSAY;   children of Fraunces EVETTS;   brother Fraunces EVET;   syster Elanor (her children);   Izabell WADLE;   Rychard INGRAM;   Wyllyam AP EVAN;   John EVETT (his children);   Rychard DEANE (his children);   Wyllyam SHEPPERD;   Mary JONES;   Christabell EVETT;   Richard JONES;   Walter GILLAM;   Thomas PAXTON;   Rychard WODD;   John HAPPETT?;   my uncle Edward BUTLER of Cothardge;   my wife Elizabeth;   John JONES of Cotheridge.
Proved 1582 - Worcs; Ref FHL#97927 #53.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1609

BOULTERS
COWPER
DEACON
EVETT
GREEN
GREENE
GYLLES
HEAME
HEANE
HOPER
MARSH
MARSHE
MORGAN
PERWYN
PERYN
PRICE
STORKAR
STORKER
TUCKER
WYD
EVETT, Margery - of Pearchley in Hallow, wydowe, 13 Dec 1606 [4 James]
brother Roger GYLLES of Citie of Worcester and his son Thomas GYLLES;   John COWPER of Worcester;   cosin John GYLLES, Mary GYLLES;   cosin{s} daur Ellen GYLLES;   sister Katheryne EVETT of Cotheridge and her daur Joyna;   Margery wife of Thomas HOPER of Martley;   Ellinor STORKER wife of Richard STORKAR of Martley;   Johane MARSH and Frauncis DEACON daur of Richard MARSHE of Martley;   Mary PERWYN;   Elizabeth HEAME, maidservant;   Margerett TUCKER wife of John TUCKER;   Margery reputed daur of my late husbands syster Johane GREENE;   Elizabeth PERWYN widow;   Thomas GREENE son of Henry GREEN;   Joyce WYD of Witchenford;   godson Henry EVETT of Worcs;   godaur Margery MORGAN;   cosin John GREENE of Witchenford.
Witnesses: Tho BOULTERS,   Walter PRICE,   Mary PERYN,   Elizabeth HEANE.
Proved 1609 - Worcs; Ref FHL#97982 #55.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1632

BUTLER
EVETT
HASKETT
JACKSONS
REA
WALWINE
EVETT, Issable - widow, wife of Henry EVETT of Woodhall, Hallow, dcsd, 20 Jan 1632.
"To be buried St. Nicholas, Worcester".
my daur Elizabeth REA and her children Isabel, John & Elizabeth REA;   Symon EVETT, gent & Issable EVETT (son and daur of my son John EVETT);   daur Mary JACKSONS and her son John REA;   daur Anne WALWINE;   son William EVETT.
Inventory by: Henry HASKETT,   Robert BUTLER, 17 Feb 1632.
Witnesses: Thomas REA,   Robert BUTLER.
Proved 9 Jun 1632 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98043 #84.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1647-49

CROUCHER
ELTON
GOODIRE
RING
WRIGHT
ELTON, Walter - of Ratcliffe, Middx., apothecary.
children Thomas, Ann, Mary, Walter, Jane & Edith;  
Executor: wife Edith.
Witnesses: Wlm RING,   Mary WRIGHT,   Anne CROUCHER,   Anne GOODIRE.
Proved in the Commissary Court of London 1647-1649: original will #65.
Walter was aprnt. 1623, son of Thomas ELTON of Ledbury, co. Hereford, Dr. of Physic.

Contact: Leslie Mahler

 

1666

EUSTANCE
EUSTANCE, Harry - of Clodock. (Ad)
Administration: granted to Elizabeth EUSTANCE widow,   Thomas EUSTANCE yeoman.
Appraisers of Inventory: Lewis POWELL,   Phillipp DAVID;   Value: £46.8.0.
Proved Brecon 1666.

Contact: Marion B Wilkinson

 

1669

EDWARDS
FREEMAN
JAMES
WEAVER
WHITHURST
EDWARDS, Evan - of Ullingswick, husbandman, 21 Feb 1668.
my wife Jane;   my son John EDWARDS;   my godaur Joane WHITHURST;   my sister Catharine WEAVER.
Witnesses: Richard FREEMAN,   Lancelott JAMES,   Henry WEAVER.
Proved 4 Mar 1669 - HCC; Ref FHL#91589.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1675

CALDECOT
EXTON
JENNINGS
LEWIS
LORD
ROGERS
SYMONDS
THOMAS
EXTON, William - of Michaelchurch Escley co Hereford, gent., 16 Jun 1673.
Sole Executrix: wife Elizabeth.
Mentions: my younger children viz Mary, William, Samuel and Martha EXTON - to receive £50 each at 21;   my son Joseph EXTON [who is probably of age]
Guardians: my loving brother-in-law Thomas ROGERS of Craswall yeoman and Isabel his wife - to my younger children should my wife die before they come of age but if Thomas and Isabel also die, then Joseph EXTON.
Witnesses: … LORD;   Annie LEWIS;   Charles THOMAS;   Ro JENNINGS.
Proved PCC London 3 Sep 1675 by the Relict. PRO Ref: PROB/11 379; f4.
Notes: [1] See his widow's Will proved 1680. A Martha EXTON married 19 Nov 1691 to Henry CALDECOT at Eaton Bishop.
[2] John SYMONDS of Eaton Bishop (see his Will 1655) had inter alia 2 daughters Isabel wife of Thomas ROGERS of Craswall and Elizabeth wife of William EXTON of Michaelchurch Escley - see their Wills of 1675 and 1680.

 

1680

DAVIS
EXTON
JENKINS
MATTHEWS
ROGERS
WILLIAMS
EXTON, Elizabeth - of Michaelchurch Escley co Hereford widow, 11 Jun 1678.
my late husband William EXTON left me his cattle for life and thereafter to our/my children Mary EXTON, Wiliam EXTON, Samuel EXTON and Martha EXTON;   my grandchildren Hester JENKINS, Helen JENKINS and Enoch JENKINS 50/- each;   my son Joseph EXTON - a heifer
Executors: a/n William and Samuel EXTON
Overseer: a/n Joseph EXTON.
Witnesses: Isabelle ROGERS(x);   Henry DAVIS;   John MATTHEWS;   Roger WILLIAMS.
Proved PCC 1680. PRO Ref: PROB/11 362; f4.

 

1680

EVETT
INGRAM
JANCEY
JAUNCY
LYTHALL
PALMER
SMITH
EVETT, William - of Hollowe.
sonne Andrew EVETT (not 21);   daur Penelope EVETT (not 21);   wife Elizabeth;   friends John F--- of Hollowe,   John LYTHALL of Seaverne Stoke and William JAUNCY of Mathon.
Witnesses: Jane EVETT,   John SMITH,   Gilbert PALMER.
Inventory: William JANCEY,   Gilbert PALMER,   John LYTHALL and John INGRAM.
Proved 27 Nov 1680 - Worcs.
NB: husband to my 7th great grand aunt - sjk

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1684

BURT
EGGLINGTON
EGLINSON
EGLINTON
HARET
KNIGHT
SLEY
SMITH
THRUSTON
EGLINSON, Richard - of St. Peters, Worcester, weaver, 12 Jan 1683.
my brothers John EGLINSON and Thomas EGLINSON;   my sister Mary THRUSTON;   my well-beloved wife Mary.
Witnesses: John SMITH,   John SLEY,   Thomas KNIGHT.
Inventory by: Edward BURT,   John SLEY,   John HARET, 19 Feb 1683.
Proved 7 Apr 1684 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98143.
NB: this name is also given as EGLINTON, EGGLINGTON, my 2nd cousin 9th removed - sjk

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1685

BEST
BRANFIELD
CHAMBERS
ELF
EVETT
FOSTER
HILL
HOOKER
NOTT
RUMNEYS
EVETT, Henry - of Woodhall, Hallow, Worcester, 14 Nov 1678.
Sam: CHAMBERS and his daur;   brother Edmond EVETT;   brother Anthony EVETT;   sisters Appoline BEST and Ann FOSTER;   brother Edmonds son John EVETT;   brother Edmonds daur Elizabeth EVETT;   brother Josephs son John EVETT;   brother Joseph sons Joseph EVETT and Henry EVETT and their sisters Ann & Elizabeth;   sister FOSTER's sons Henry and her youngest son;   sister BEST's sons Thomas, William Edward and daurs Appoline & Magdalen;   sister ELFs children: Elizabeth BRANFIELD and her daur Ann;   sister HILL's children: Izabell & Richard;   cozen -- RUMNEYS of Knightwick;   wife Magdalen.
Witnesses: Barbara EVETT,   Anne NOTT,   Thomas HOOKER,   John ELF, William ELF.
Proved 28 Dec 1685 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98128.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1688

BARKER
DONNE
DYKE
EVANS
EVERARD
HAWLEY
MARSH
MARTIN
MITCHELL
MOORE
PARRY
PHILLIPS
POWELL
REDDING
STALLICK
WAREING
WHITNEY
EVANS, Thomas - [of St. Alphage, Lond.] cit. & painter-stainer, 8 Apr 1687.
wife Elizabeth;   Elizabeth, wife of Stephen EVERARD;   my wife's kinswoman Susanna;   Mr. Anthony STALLICK (living near Billingsgate);   bro John EVANS (now in Holland);   only sister Eliz. PHILLIPS;   cos Stanley EVANS (son of my bro Walter);   cos Walter POWELL (son of my sister Isabel, living at Glasbury, Radnor);   cos Walter POWELL (son of my sister Joan, of Prinsviogs);   the poorest of my relations at Glasbury;   cos Rich. WHITNEY, apothecary, Ludlow;   cos wid. MOORE, of the Dolphin, Heref.;   her son in law, Mr. HAWLEY;   cos Rees PARRY & his wife (who was formerly my servant);   cos Henry PARRY, whom I have placed apprentice to Mr. MARTIN, apothecary, without Cripplegate;   John MARSH & his wife;   Mr. WAREING, Minister of St. Alphage.
"To be bur. in St. Alphage ch. before my wife's pew, and to have a stone with inscription, and a monument to be erected in Painter-stainers Hall".
Executors: Mr. Roger DONNE, plumber in Little Wood St.;   Robert BARKER, Attorney, clerk to said. Co.
Witnesses: Tho. MITCHELL;   Hen. REDDING;   Jeremy DYKE, jun.
Proved 17 May 1688 by exors - PCC.

Contact: Abstracts of Parry Wills

 

1690

EVANS
GRUBB
HILL
MORGAN
PRICE
TURNER
EVANS, Richard - of Steplleton [Stapleton], bachelor, 16 Jun 1689.
to my 2 sisters Bridgett & Frances leased messuages in Bockleton where Joan GRUBB lived which I have for lives of Anne wife of William TURNER & Jane wife of Evan PRICE.
Witnesses: Sible MORGAN &   Anne HILL &   John HILL.
Proved at Hereford 8 Feb 1689/90.

Contact: Michael Faraday

 

1725

ELLIS
HOLDER
LEE
UNETT
VOBE
ELLIS, John - of Ledbury, 20 Nov 1724.
sister Grace VOBE, widow;   brother Henry ELLIS;   niece Mary ELLIS, a daur of Henry ELLIS.
Witnesses: Bridget HOLDER,   Mary LEE,   Richard UNETT.
Proved 4 Jun 1725 - HCC; Ref FHL#91600.
NB: brother to the wife of my 2nd cousin 9th removed - sjk

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1727

BRISCOTT
EVETT
FARR
GREGSON
SLAUGHTER
SMITH
EVETT, Andrew - of St. Martin, Worcester, innholder. (Ad)
To Ann EVETT (the relict);   James SMITH,   William FARR.
Inventory by: Edward SLAUGHTER,   Henry BRISCOTT,   Robert GREGSON.
Admon 12 Sep 1727 - Worcs.
NB: my 1st cousin 8th removed - sjk

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1729

EDWARDS
FRANK
SCANDRETT
WILLIAMS
EDWARDS, John - the elder of Weston Beggard, husbandman, 27 Jan 1728.
wife Anne EDWARDS;   eldest son John EDWARDS the yr.
Witnesses: Rd FRANK,   Margat WILLIAMS,   Robt SCANDRETT.
Proved 5 Apr 1729 - HCC; Ref FHL#91601.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1733

BINKS
COLE
DREW
EDWARDS
FENTON
GEORGE
HARRIS
JAUNCEY
JONES
NOTT
POPKIN
RUSSELL
UNETT
EDWARDS, Thomas - of St. Nicholas, Hereford, 31 Dec 1733.
William JAUNCEY son of my cousin Elizabeth FENTON - 50£;   his brother Benjamin JAUNCEY - 30£;   cousin Anne HARRIS - 20£ and 10£ apiece to her 5 children;   the eldest son of my cousin Mary NOTT dcsd - 10£ and to her son Samuel - 5£ and to each of her other children - 10£;   my cousin John EDWARDS and to his son Thomas EDWARDS - 10£;   my cousin Elizabeth JONES - 20£ and 5£ apiece to her 2 children;   the 4 youngest children of my cousin Henry EDWARDS - 40£ divided;   the 6 youngest children of my cousin Anne COLE - now hath 10£ ea and their uncle John GEORGE;   John COLE son of my said cousin Anne COLE;   John DREW of Hereford - 5£;   my sister in law Frances BINKS - 5£;   William POPKIN, clerk - 10£;   Robert UNETT, Esq. - a ring and same to each of his daurs;   James POPKIN - 10£ and each of his children - 10£;   Poor of Canon Froom, Castle From, & Yarkle;   Walter EDWARDS of Hereford, corviser and his son Thomas EDWARDS.
Witnesses: Jem: JONES,   Anne RUSSELL, Arnold RUSSELL.
Proved Hereford Deanery; Ref FHL#91720.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1737

DAVIS
EVANS
GUEST
LINGEN
PRICE
THOMAS
WILLIAMS
WILLIM
WOTTON
EVANS, Morgan - of Weobley, Vicar, 10 Jun 1735. Died 20 Mar 1736/7.
Executor: wife Frances EVANS (residuary legatee)
Beneficiaries: son John EVANS, son Thomas EVANS, daughter Esther EVANS;   grand children William. Morgan & Frances children of Revd Mr Wm PRICE vicar of Llandaff;   daughter Frances wife of Revd Mr Joseph GUEST of Staunton-upon-Arrow;   son-in-law Revd Mr Thomas WILLIM;   son-in-law Revd Mr William DAVIS.
Witnesses: Ann THOMAS,   John WOTTON,   Walter THOMAS.
Others involved: Revd Mr Thomas LINGEN,   John WILLIAMS,   Mary WILLIAMS.
Probate granted PCC London 7 Apr 1737, TNA Ref: PROB/11/682.

Contact: Alec Whitfield

 

1746

BENNETT
ENSOLL
PITT
SERRELL
ENSOLL, Richard - of Stoke Lacy, shoemaker, 18 Sep 1729.
daurs Hannah ENSOLL and Mary ENSOLL;   John ENSOLL and his 4 children;   my wife;   my daur Elizabeth.
Witnesses: William SERRELL,   Phillip BENNETT,   John PITT.
Proved 20 Sep 1746 - HCC; Ref FHL#91604.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1749

ASKET
AUBREY
CROXALL
DANIELS
DICKINSON
EVANS
JAUNCEY
MILLS
MOORE
ROBINSON
WILLIAMS
WILLIM
WRIGHT
EVANS, John - of Hereford, Archdeacon of Llandaff, Vicar of Lugwardine etc., 17 Jan 1748/9.
Executors: wife Catherine EVANS,   brother-in-law Thomas WILLIM.
Beneficiaries: the Executors, son John EVANS, daughter Elizabeth EVANS, mother Frances EVANS.
Witnesses: Henry MILLS,   James ROBINSON,   Richd MOORE.
Others involved: wife's parents (surname unknown),   Thomas DICKINSON,   Mr Robert ASKET,   John WRIGHT,   Revd Mr William WILLIM,   Revd Dr CROXALL,   Herbert AUBREY,   Thomas WILLIAMS,   Absalom JAUNCEY & Joan his wife,   Anne WILLIAMS,   William DANIELS.
Memorandum: 14 Feb 1758. Died 23 Mar 1748/9.
Probate granted PCC London 17 Apr 1749. TNA Ref: PROB/11/769.

Contact: Alec Whitfield

 

1752

BISHOP
BOWER
CARPENTER
EVANS
GUEST
LAMBE
PRICE
EVANS, Jane - of Dilwyn, wife of the Revd Thomas EVANS clerk, 30 Nov 1750. Died 27 Feb 1751/2.
Will to be proved by husband Thomas EVANS.
Trustees: nephew the Revd Joseph GUEST,   nephew the Revd Lacon LAMBE.
Beneficiaries: husband Thomas EVANS, daughters Sarah EVANS & Jane EVANS, 'all my Children'.
Witnesses: ___ PRICE,   Thomas BOWER,   William BISHOP.
Others involved: Thomas CARPENTER of Tillington Esq.,   Joseph GUEST of Titley clerk (another, not the Trustee),   James S..... 'a servant to my husband'.
Probate granted at Hereford 3 Apr 1752. Original at HRO.

Contact: Alec Whitfield

 

1752

BARNES
BECK
BLOUNT
ENSOLL
PERKINS
PHILLPOTTS
PITT
THOMAS
TOMKINS
ENSOLL, John - of Bromyard, shoemaker, 6 Aug 1738.
my sister Hannah ENSOLL and my sister Mary ENSOLL;   William THOMAS of Bromyard, shoemaker;   John BECK the elder,   John PITT and Mary PERKINS;   John PITT of Ullingswick;   Arthur TOMKINS of Culmington, Salop, shoemaker;   my 4 children Joseph, Hannah, John, & Mary.
Witnesses: James BLOUNT,   Richard PHILLPOTTS,   William BARNES.
Proved 21 Oct 1752 - HCC; Ref FHL#91605.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1766

BURRASTON
ESSEX
FREEMAN
RACSTER
STERLING
ESSEX, Joseph - of Acton Beauchamp, 14 Apr 1765.
wife Elenor;   son William;   daur Sarah RACSTER;   son Richard;   my children Eleanor, Elizabeth & Joseph.
Trustees: Mr. Edward FREEMAN of Bishop Froome and John FREEMAN of Stanford Bishop.
Witnesses: James STERLING,   Thomas BURRASTON, Joseph BURRASTON.
Proved 5 Apr 1766 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98356.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1767

EVANS
EVANS, Thomas - of Dilwyn, Clerk, will 4 Aug 1759, died 27 Mar 1767
Executor: wife Margaret EVANS sole beneficiary.
Probate granted at Hereford 13 Apr 1767. Original at HRO.

Contact: Alec Whitfield

 

1783

BARROW
EVANS
HOLLANF
WARING
EVANS, John - of Hereford, Residentiary Canon, 28 May 1772. Died 6 Apr 1783.
Executor: wife Lydia EVANS (residual legatee)
Beneficiaries: son Thomas, daughter Lydia.
Witnesses: Richd WARING,   Wm BARROW,   Geo HOLLANF, n.p.
Probate PCC 21 May 1783, TNA Ref: PROB 11/1103.

Contact: Alec Whitfield

 

1804

EDWARDS
GALLETT
HATTON
PRITCHARD
SMITH
EDWARDS, John - of Tarrington, 25 Nov 1792.
my son Moses EDWARDS - 300£;   my son Roger EDWARDS;   6 grandchildren viz Elizabeth SMITH, Mary Ann SMITH, Rebecca SMITH, Susanna SMITH, John SMITH and Sarah SMITH - 600£ (100£ ea and then 5£ a year);   my housekeeper Hannah HATTON;   my son John EDWARDS.
Witnesses: Edward PRITCHARD,   Thomas GALLETT.
Proved 28 Sep 1804 - HCC; Ref FHL#91612.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1824

BEARCROFT
EDWARDS
MOORE
NESS
SPENCER
EDWARDS, Thomas - of Upton on Severne, shoemaker, but now of Leigh, 31 May 1824.
friend William SPENCER, farmer of Leigh in trust;   daur Sarah MOORE;   2 daurs Ann and Mary EDWARDS.
Witnesses: Harvey Berrow BEARCROFT,   Thomas NESS,   William SPENCER.
Proved 18 Dec 1824 - Worcs; Ref FHL#98421.

Contact: Steve Kelsey

 

1835

BARNETT
BLOUNT
CHAMBERLAIN
EDWARDS
HARRIS
HILL
LANE
MASON
NEWTON
SMYTH
SPENCE
VALE
EDWARDS, Moses - of Tidnor, Lugwardine,gent, 31 Jan 1835.
nephew John Smith EDWARDS, gent - rents of me in Hampton Bishop;   Land at Withington, Putley, Marden;   great nephew John LANE;   great nephew Charles MASON;   great nephew James LANE;   son in law Richard SMYTH of Titley, gent;   8£ to Mr. William HILL, schoolmaster in Marden for life;   William VALE of Monkland - my mortgage;   2 children of the late Henry CHAMBERLAIN and his widow;   Mary SPENCE widow;   cosin Mr. Thomas HARRIS;   The Hereford General Infirmary - leaves "body for dissection and study";   200£ ea to my great nieces Elizabeth wife of Revd Mr. BARNETT and Martha LANE, spinster.
Witnesses: Anne SMYTH, Titley,   Thomas NEWTON, Lugwardine,   Cha BLOUNT sol.
Proved HCC; Ref FHL#91618.

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