Hawley Mary 1726 of Long Clawson will and inventory

Mary Hawley of Long Clawson 1726 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1726

The Last Will and Testament of Mary Hawley widdow of Long Clawson Alis Claxton in the county of Lester Shee being in helth and parfect memory is as followeth

I give to my son Phillip Hawley five shillings

I give to my daughter Mary Palmer ten pounds

I give to my son Edward Hawley ten pounds and one chest and the clock & case

I give to my daughter Elizabeth Sanday ten pounds

I give to my daughter Ann Hawley My parlor that have A Chimne in it and the Chamber over it they lying on the East side of my now dwelling hous to live in so long as Shee liveth unmarreed and no longer I allso give to my daughter Ann Hawley tow beds & beding belongin to them and six pare of sheets and foure pare of pillow drawers and six Chairs and tow tables that is in the hous and all my pewter & bras My will is that My daughter Ann Hawley shall have thertey shillings a yeare so longe as she liveth un marreyed and no longer and if shee marey with the free consent of my Executor then hee shall give unto her ten pound and not otherwise

I give to my dawtor Margrit Graton ten pounds

I give to my son John Hawley my freehould hous lying and being in Clawson alis Claxton abovesade which I bought of Robert Flower of Lester and all the Apurtenancis theare unto belongin to him and his heires for Ever and for want of such Eshsheu I give it to my son Edward Hawley and his heires forever

And I make my son Edward Hawley sole Executor or this my Last will and testament hee paing all my just dets and Legasis

                                                                                                         Mary Hawley

Sind sealed published and declared this twente sixt day of June 1725 in the presence of

Robert Hawlay

John Pearson

John Richards

An Inventory or An Account of all the goods and Chattils or Mary Hawley widdow Decesed in Clawson In the County of Leicester

The Linen Cloths in the little parler 2 0 0
Blanketts and hangings 0 10 0
A Chist and four Cheairs & A Cubbard A Table and Trunk & a looking Glass 0 10 0
In Grate parler one Press and one Cubbard and one looking Glass 0 10 0
In the Chamber over the house one Bedd and bedding 1 0 0
In the house one Clock Chairs fire oiren and Hooks 1 2 0
In Kitching Tubs & Dresser 0 5 0
Purse and appirl 90 5 0
Things forgeting & unseen 0 50 0
  £96 7 0


John Gratton

Law Webster

May 18th 1726

Probate 7 June 1726