Hawley Philip 1722 of Long Clawson will

Philip Hawley of Long Clawson 1722 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1722

The last will and testament of Philip Hawley Senor of Long Claxton alis Clowsun in the County of Leicester tallochandler in Maner and form folloing

I being of sound Mind and Memory blesed be god for the same tho indisposed in body do by this My last will dispose of My estate as folloeth

Imprimis I Give to My Son Philip Hawley five shillings and I give to My Son John and douter Mary Palmer five shilings a pees

I give to My Son and dauter William and Elizabeth Sanday five shilings a pees and I give to My son Edward Hawley and his wife five shilings a pees and I give to My son John Hawley sixty pounds to be pade when he Coms to the age of one and twenty and I give to My douter Ann Hawley fifty pound and I give to My douter Margret Hawley fifty pound

Lastly I give to My welbeloved Wife Mary Hawley all My goods and Chatils whotstoever and all My parconal istate paying My detes and legasis and funeral Chargeis whom I do apoynte My loving wife Mary Hawley sole execetrix of this My Last will and testament this twenty first day of March 1722

Memarandom that the … plases interlined before the sealeing heirof

                                                                                                         Philip Hawly

Siened and sealed and declared in the presence of

John Hawley

William Doubleday

John Whaley

The inventory of Parsonal is State of Phillip Hawly tallowchandler deceased of Claxton Else Long Clawson in the County of Lester prized this 14 day of April 1722

Imprimis his purs & aparil 20 0 0
Stick in trade & booke dets 240 0 0
Horsis Cows Ship & Swine 120 0 0
Houshould goods 80 0 0
Grane and malt & Crop on the ground and youtenshalls for husbandry 120 0 0
For things unseene & forgot 1 7 5
  581 7 5

Aprised by us

Edward Hawley

John Hawley

John Moore

Proved 24 April 1722