Mackley William 1752 of Long Clawson will

William Mackley of Long Clawson 1752 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicestershire Wills and Probate Records 1752

In the Name of God Amen I William Mackley of Long Claxon Als Long Clawson in the County of Leicester Farmer Do this twenty fifth Day of January one thousand Seven Hundred and fifty two Make and ordain this my Last will and Testament in Manner following

First my will and Mind is that my Debts and funeral Expence be paid

Itam I give to my Son in Law Thomas Kingston and his wife Elinor the Sum of One Shilling Each

Itam I give to my Grand Son John Kingston the Sum of Ten Shillings

And Lastly to my Loving Wife Mary Mackley and my Daughter Mary Mackley all the rest and Residue of My Estate Real and personall and Do make them Joynt Executrixis of this my Last Will and Testament Equaly to be Divided betwixt them both; and if my Wife and Daughter cannot agree to Live together then my Daughter Shall Give her Mother her part being More or Less

Finily I make and ordain this my Last will and Testament revokeing or [sic] former Wills and Testaments and make my Wife Mary and my Daughter Mary Joynt Executrixis as before mentioned of all my Goods Cattle & Chattles

In Wittness whereof I William Mackley the Testator have hereunto Set my hand and Seal the Day and Year first above Written

                                                                                                         The mark of Wm Mackley

Sign’d Seal’d published and Declard by William Mackley the Testator for and as his Last will & Testament in the presence of us who are Under Subscribed

Thomas Burroughs

The mark of George Swane

On Tuesday the eighteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand seven Hundred & fifty Two Mary Mackley Widow & Mary Mackley Daughter to the within named William Mackley late of Long Claxon alias Clawson Yeoman Deceased were Sworn before Me

                                                                                                         Thomas Myddelton Surrogt