Jackson Edward 1720 of Wartnaby Will

Edward Jackson of Wartnaby 1720 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1720

August the 18 1720 In the name of God amen I Edward Jackson of Wartnaby in the County of Lester Labore being sick and weak of body but of parfect memory and rembrance praised be God do make this my last Will and Testament in maner and forme folen

First I committ my Soule into the hands of allmighty God my Creator trusting through the meritts of Jesus Christ my redeemer to obtaine the forgivenesse of my Sins and Joy in his kingdome and my body to be buried in Cresten burel at the decrecsron of my excruterexx hereafter named in hopes of a Joyfull resurresion and as for my worly goods real and parsnel in maner and forme following

I givfe to Elenor my wife my howse dureng her natrell life and then to my two daughters Mary Jackson and Luce Jackson erukly Be Twexte them and thare Earse fore ever

Itam I givfe to my sune Edward Jackson one Shilen in full of his porshan

Itame I givfe to my daughter Mary Jackson Ten pound

Itam I givfe to my daughter Luse Jackson Ten pounds

Itam all the Rest of my goods and parsnall estate I give to Elener my Wife duren hir natrall Life and Then To my Two daughters Mary Jackson and Luce Jackson Equly betwex them

And I uterlly Revoke all former Wills That hath been by me in ane wise made

In witness hearof I have hereunto set my hand and seale the day and year first aboufe retten

                                                                                                                The mar of Edward Jackson

Declared and published in the presence of

Robert Wartnaby Sener

John Greasley

Robert Warneby

Probate 9 November 1720