Kilby Robert 1729 of Stathern will and inventory

Robert Kilby of Stathern 1729 Will and Inventory

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1729

In the Name of God Amen I Robert Killby of Stathern in the County of Leicester being Sick in Body but of Sound & perfect mind & memory Praise be therefore given to Allmighty God do make & ordain this my present last Will & Testament in manner & Forme following (that is to say)

First & Principally I commend my Soul into the Hands of Almighty God hoping through the merits, Death & Passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ to obtain full and free Pardon & forgiveness of all my Sins and to inherit Everlasting Life and my Body I commit to the Earth to be decently buried at the Discretion of my Executor hereafter named and as touching all Such temporal Estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon me I do give and bequeath thereof as followeth

First I will that my Debts and Funeral Charges Shall be paid & discharged

Item I give to my Daughter Mary Killby the full Sum Two Hundred Pounds of lawfull money of Great Brittain to be paid her at the Age of one and twenty years

All the rest and residue of my Estate Real and Personal Goods and Chattels whatsoever I do give and bequeath to my Son Robert Killby full and Sole Execution of this my last Will and Testament and if my Son Robert Killby happen to die before he attain the Age of one and twenty years that then all my Estate Real and Personal to go to my daughter Mary Killby and if my Son and Daughter aforesaid both happen to die before they attain the Age of one and twenty years that then all my Estate Real and Personal Shall descend to my nephew Henry Killby Son of my Brother Henry Killby

And I desire my Cousin John Hill of Asfordby and Henry Bugg of Stathern to be Guardians for my Children

I also desire Mary the Widow of John Killerby of Godeby to take care of the bringing up of my Children either at her own house or elsewhere as She thinks most convenient

And I do hereby revoke, disannul and make void all former Wills and Testaments by me heretofore made in witness hereof I the said Robert Killby to his my present last Will and Testament have set to my Hand and Seal this thirteenth day of March in the year of our Lord God 1726/7

                                                                                                         Robert Killby his mark


John Goodwin

Robert Mares

Richd Goodwyn

March the 26 1729

An Inventory taken of the Goods Chattels and Cattel of Robert Killby late of Stathern Deceased Labourer as followeth

  £ s d
Imprimis His purse and apparel 0 10 0
In the House two tables one Buffitt form one Cubbard five Chairs fire Iron &      
Hooks 0 12 0
In the parlor two Beds and Beding two Chists two Boxes one Trunk one Stool 1 15 6
In the Deary two Barrels and other thing 0 5 0
In the Kitchin three pans two pots two tubs two peals 1 1 6
In the Chambers one Bed and other things   7 6
Seven pewter Dishis Six plates 0 7 6
In the yard two Cows one Heiffer 8 2 6
One raireing Calfe 0 7 6
In the fold sheep twelve 2 2 6
All things Unseen and forgotten 0 2 6
  15 14 0
Aprized by us whose Names are under Written the day and year first above written      
John Goodwin      
James Jarvis      
A Mortgage of A parcel of Land of William Whittle of Plungar for sixty pounds 60 0 0
A Bound of the three Bonsors of Cowson for 35 0 0
A Bound of Rosbons of Stathern for 10 0 0
A Bound of John Brown of Plungar for 10 0 0
A Note of Spreckly of Stathern for 16 0 0
Two Notes from John Barnes Booth for 10 0 0
Two Notes from Mr Simon Stoaks Melton for 13 0 0
  154 0 0
  169 14 0

Bond, bound John Hill farmer of Asfordby, Henry Bugg farmer of Goadby Merwood and John Mattchett farmer of Harby £400 2 April 1729, condition bound John Hill and Henry Bugg guardians in the will of Robert Kilby to his son Robert, executor now in his minority, to administer estate

                                                                                                         John Hill

                                                                                                         The marke of Henry Bugg

                                                                                                         John Matchet

Probate 2 April 1729