Glenn Mary 1752 of Eaton Will

Mary Glenn of Eaton 1752 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1752

In the Name of God Amen I Mary Glenn Widow and Relict of Demetrius Glenn of Eaton lately Deceased being weak of Body but of Sound and perfect mind and memory praised be Almighty God therefore do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in Manner & Form as Followeth

First of all I give & bequeath my Immortal Soule into the Hands of God that gave it, Hoping thro’ the Death & Passion of Jesus Christ my Saviour to be joyfull rec’d at my Resurrection and as for my Body I desire it be laid by my Husband Demetrius Glenn in the Parish Church Yard of Eaton aforesaid at the Charge of my Executor hereafter mentioned

And as for my Worldly Goods I dispose of in the Following Manner that is to say

I give & bestow to my Cousin Thomas Thorild’s Eldest Son one Ewe Lamb Hog such as James Cooke shall Choose out of parcels at my Decease

And as for the rest of my Worldly Goods Cattles & Chattles as Woollens & Linnens and all other things not disposed of I give & bequeath to my Cousin John Glenn the Elder making & ordaining him Full sole and only Executor of this my last Will & Testament hereby utterly revoking and renouncing all Former Wills at any Time heretofore made

In Witness whereof the Testatrix hath set her hand & Seal this Eighteenth Day of December 1751

In the presence of us who have here subscribed our Hands

                                                                                                                Mary Glenn her Mark


Thos Wright

John Mason

13 April 1752 John Glenn executor made oath personal estate under £20