Marriott Elizabeth 1670 of Hickling will

Elizabeth Marriott of Hickling 1670 Will

Nottinghamshire Archives PR/JW/1/45

In the name of god Amen I Elizabeth Marrott of Hickling in the Countye of Nottingham widow beinge sicke & weake in Bodye but of good & perfect memory praysed be god therefor doe make & ordaine this my last will & testament in manner & from following

First I commend my soule into the hands of Almightie god hopinge to be saved bye the all sufficiente merritts of Jesus Christ mye onelye Saviour Redemer & my Bodye to be buried in Christian Buriole in the Church yard of Hicklinge aforesaid and as concerning those goods which god hath bene pleased to bestow on me I doo dispose of them in manner following That is to saye

First I give & bequeath unto Mary Chambers mye kinswoman foure shillings

It I give to Thomas Marrott mye brother twelve pounds, & I give to his wife twelve pounds

It I give to  Roberte Marrott his sonne twelve pounds And I give to Elizabeth Marrot his daughter two shillings

All the rest of my goods unbequeathed mye debts beinge paide & my funeral chardges dischardged I give & bequeathe unto mye loving sonne in law Mannuell Marrot of the same towne whom I make full Executor of this mye last will & testament

In witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale the fourth daye of Januarye in the two & twentieth yeare of the Raigne of our Sovraigne Lord Charles the Second bye the grace of god Kinge of England Scotland France & Ireland defender of the faith &c Anno dom 1670.

                                                                                                         Elizabeth Marrott her marke & seale

Sealed & delivered in the presence of

John Collington

Ralphe Marrott his marke