Doubleday John 1746 of Stathern will

John Doubleday of Stathern 1746 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1746

Bee it kown [sic] to all whom it may Conserne that I John Doubelday of Stathern in the County of Leicestere Shepard being sick in body do make my last will in maner and form as followeth

Item I give to my son Edward Doubelday the sum of five pounds of good and lawfull money of Brittan

I give to my son John Doubelday the sum of five pounds

I give to my dawter Mary now the wife of Thomas Banks the sum of 20 shilling

I give to my daughter Alse now the wife of Joseph Moris the sum of 20 shillings

I give to my daughter Sarah the sum of five pounds one pan and one bed and beding with it

All the rest and resedew of my goods and Chattels and personal estate after the paments of all my depts and legeses and funeral expences I give to my Eldest son William Doubelday whom I make my sole Exceter of this my last will and testement which I also charge with the pament of all my dets and legeses

In witness where of I have heear unto set my hand and seeal the 22 day of May in the yeare of our lord 1746

                                                                                                         John Doubelday his mark

Sined and seled in the presence of us

James Kil…y

Gabriel Gregory

The 3d day of Oct 1746 William Doubleday the sole Executor within named was Sworn And at the same time made Oath that all Deced’s Personal Estate at the time of his Death was not worth Twenty Pounds

                                                                                                         Before Us Richard Grey