Parker William 1706 of Long Clawson will

William Parker of Long Clawson 1706 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1706/5

The Last will and Testament of William Parker of Claxton als Clawson in the County of Leicester Cowpinder Made the Eighteenth day of Aprill one thousand seven hundred and fore to the intent that all my goods money and Cattill and Chattil May hearafter Com unto such persons and remaine and be unto such usiss as by mee The said William Parker hearin doe and shall Limett and apointe in this My Last will do thearfore will order and give as followeth

Imprimis I give My Son William Parker the sume of seven pounds and all my whearing aparrell

Imprimis I give unto My Son John Parker the sume of twenty pounds of Lawfull Money of England and all My working towlles and a bed and beding to it

Imprimis I give unto My gran son William Parker tenn shillings

Itam I give unto My gran son John Parker tenn Shillings

I give unto my Coson Mary Campin a ewe and a Lambe

I give and bequeathe unto My dauter Abegall Parker all My goods and Moneys undissposed of Makeing hir full Execetrix of this My will and Testament shee paing My Legaces as above written in one yeare After My decease

                                                                                                         William Parker

Sealed published and declared by the said William Parker for and as his will and Testament in the presence of

Phillipp Hawley

Robert Wright

William Flower

The Marck of James Linney

Probate 28 March 1706