Goodwin Richard 1633 of Long Clawson Will

Richard Goodwin of Long Clawson 1633 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1633/171

In the name of god Amen This 11th daye of December in the ninth yeare of our Soveraigne Lord Charles by the grace of god of Englande, Scotland, France, and Irelande, Kinge defendor of the faith &c 1633 I Richarde Goodwynne of Claxton als Longe Clauston, in the Countie of Leceister, Tayler beinge sicke of bodie but of good and perfect memorye (praysed be god) Doe make & ordayne this my laste will & testament, in manner followeinge

Inprimis, I give my soule to god that gave it and my bodie to be buried in the Curch [sic] yard of Claxton aforesaid

Itim I give & bequeathe unto my sonne John Foartie shillinges

Itim I give unto my eldest daughter, Frances Goodwynne Twentie shillings

Itim I give unto my daughter Elizabeth Goodwynne, twentie shillings

Itim I give unto my daughter Marye Goodwinne twentie shillinges

And my will is that everye one of theis my foresaied Legacies be payed, as everye of them: my foresayed Children, shall or doe come to the age of one & twentie yeares

The rest of all my goods, unbequeaved I give & bequeave unto my loveinge wife Agnis Goodwynne, whom I make & ordayne sole & full executrixe of this my last will & testament, to see my will performed, my debts discharged, And my bodye brought reverently to the ground

Lastely I make & ordayne Thomas Wright of Claxton aforesaied Clarke, and my brother in Lawe, Henrye Stookes, overseers of this my last will & testament

Testes sunt

Thomas Wright scriptor

Richard Flower

Margery Sprickly

There markes

Elizabeth Newecome

Probate Melton Mowbray 14 January 1633/4