William Flower of Long Clawson 1739 Administration
Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1739
Bond 28 February 1739, bound William Flower of St Paul’s Shadwell, city of London, baker and Thomas Flower of Leicester, miller £30, condition William Flower nephew and administrator of William Flower late of Long Clawson to produce an inventory and administer estate.
The 3d April 1736 Received of M Richard Stephens to Sum of Seventeen Pounds Seventeen Shillings & Six Pence being Moneys tendered into Court for my Use
The Mark of Anne Harrison
William Flower of Long Clawson Weaver & Jane Flower of Leicester Widdow 3 April 1736
We Doe hereby promise to indemnify Mr Richard Stephens Register [sic] of the Peculiar & exempt Jurisdictions of St Margaret in Leicester of and from all manner of Action or Actions that may be brought against him either in Law or Equity on Account of the Sum of Seventeen Pounds Seventeen Shillings & Six Pence rendered into Court & deliver’d over by him to Ann the wife of Thomas Harrison As Witnesse my Hand
Witness Ta: Stockdale