Hickling William 1804 of Long Clawson administration

William Hickling of Long Clawson 1804  Administration

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1804/114

Whereas Thomas Hickling late of Long Clawson in the County of Leicester Grazier deceased some time since departed this life a Bachelor intestate & without making any last will and Testament in writing leaving behind him … the underwritten Ann Hickling of Long Clawson aforesaid widow, his natural and lawful Mother.

Now know all Men by these presents that I the said Ann Hickling widow for divers good cause and considerations me hereunto specially moving do hereby renounce the Administration of the Goods Chattels & Credits of the said deceased and I do declare that at present I have not intermeddled nor for the future will intermeddle in the Administration of the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased And to the end that this my Renunciation may have its due Effect in Law, I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint William Harrison Notary Public and one of the exercent Proctors of the Archdeaconry Court of Leicester to be my true and lawful Proctor for me and in my name to appear before the worshipful Sherrard Beaumont Barnaby Esquire, Doctor of Laws Official of the Archdeaconry of Leicester lawfully constituted, his Surrogate or some other competent Judge in this behalf to exhibit this my Proxy of Renunciation as aforesaid and to pray the same to be admitted and enacted And I do hereby promise to allow for firm and valid all and whatsoever my said Proctor shall lawfully do or cause to be done for me and in my name in and touching the Premises

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the eighth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four

                                                                                                         Ann Hickling

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us the several Erazures & one interlineation being first made

Mary Latham

Richd Dracon

Bond, bound William Hickling of Atherstone Warwickshire butcher, Henry Miles of Stoke Golding Leicestershire grazier and Sarah Miles of Stoke Golding widow £500 20 September 1804, condition bound William Hickling brother and administrator (Ann Hickling of Long Clawson widow and mother of Thomas Hickling deceased having renounced Letters of Administration) of Thomas Hickling late of Long Clawson bachelor and grazier to produce inventory and administrate estate

20 September 1804

Let Administration be granted and committed under seal to the within bound William Hickling the natural & lawful Brother of the within named Thomas Hickling who died a Bachelor intestate upwards of fourteen days ago

He being duly sworn as well to the faithful Administration of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased as that the said Goods Chattels and Credits do not amount in value to the sum of Three hundred pounds

                                                                                                         Before me Richd Jervis Surrogate