Braithwaite John 1856 of Stathern will

John Braithwaite of Stathern 1856 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1856/25

I hereby declare this to be the last Will and Testament of me John Braithwaite of the Parish of Stathern in the County of Leicester And I do nominate my two Brothers William Braithwaite and George Braithwaite my Executors of the said Will and Testament

And I do hereby declare my will to be that whole of my Property be enjoyed by my Wife, Eleanor Braithwaite, so long as she remains unmarried, But that in the event or her Marriage or death it be divided in equal portions amongst all my Children

                                                                                                         John Braithwaite his mark

May 3d 1856

As Witnessed by B Hutchinson MD

As Witnessed by Peter Clark Chir

6th August

William Braithwaite of Strelly in the Co of Nottm Farmer and George Braithwaite of Stathern in the Co of Leicester Lace Manufacturer the joint Executors in this Will named were duly sworn to the truth and faithful performance thereof as usual and that the goods chattels and credits of the deceased without deducting any debts owing by him therefrom do not amount in value to the sum of six Hundred Pounds and that the deceased died on the 3rd day of May last past

                                                                                                         Before me Fred. S Barnaby Surrogate to the Commissary

9th August 1856

Will exhibited before the Reverend John Wing Clerk MA and Surrogate and Probate decreed to pass seal to the above named William Braithwaite and George Braithwaite in the presence of

Geo H Nevinson Not. Pub. Registrar

Same day Probate dated & signed by us

Geo H Nevinson )

Thos. Nevinson  )  Regrs