Ann Frier of Old Dalby 1882 Will
Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, DE 462/25 page 91
This is the last Will and Testament of me Ann Frier Widow Old Dalby in the County of Leicester
After payment of all my just debts and testamentary expenses I give devise and bequeath to my Son Henry Frier the sum of Thirty pounds and to my Grandaughter Roesannah Crowhurst the sum of Twenty five pounds and to my Grandaughter Mary Whitaker the sum of Five pounds and to my Grandaughter Elizabeth Whitaker the sum of Five pounds and unto my Grandson Charles Whitaker the sum of Five pounds and to my Granson Amos Frier the sum of Five pounds and to my Son Henry Frier also my chest of drawers
And the residue of my House hold furniture also I give and bequeath to my Grandaughter Roseannah Crowhurst
And the residue of my personal property or real estate to pay my funeral expences
Also my wearing apparel I will to be divided between my daughter in Law Mary Frier and my Grandaughter Roseannah Crowhurst
And I appoint George Sleath and Mr William Sponge or the survivor of either of them Executors of this my Will as Witness my hand this 10th day of July 1881
Signed Ann Frier her mark
Signed by Ann Fried the above named Testator as for her last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, present at the same time who have hereunto signed our names as Witnesses thereto in the presence of the above Testator, and in the presence of each other
Mary Ann Woodford
Proved at Leicester on the Seventeenth day of February 1882 by the oaths of George Sleath and William Sponge the Executors to whom administration was granted.
The Testatrix Ann Frier was late of Old Dalby in the County of Leicester Widow and died on the second day of February 1882 at Old Dalby aforesaid.
Gross Personal Estate £88.8.8. No deduction.
Richard Barker Solicitor Melton Mowbray