Richmond John 1849 of Long Clawson will

John Richmond of Long Clawson 1849 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives PR/T/1849/155

This is the last Will and Testament of me John Richmond of Long Clawson in the County of Leicester Joiner

I direct All my just debts funeral and Testamentary expences to be fully paid

I Give Devise and bequeath All my Real and Personal Estate and Effects of every kind and wherever situate Unto my Two Sons George and Richard their heirs executors administrators and assigns for ever equally as Tenants in common Subject to the payment of the following legacies

Unto my Two daughters Elizabeth Carnall and Margaret Underwood I Give the Sum of nineteen pounds and nineteen shillings apeice to be paid at the end of Two years from my decease and in case Elizabeth should die in the mean time Then I Give her legacy to her daughter (natural) Mary Richmond

I Give to my four Grand Children Thomas and George Bissill, Margaret Whiting and Emma Bissill Ten Pounds to be equally Divided between them and paid at the end of Two years from my Death And I charge All my Real and Personal Estate with the Payment of all the said Legacies

And I appoint my said Two Sons George and Richard Richmond Joint Executors of this my last Will and Testament

In Witness whereof I have hereto set my hand this 30th day of April 1849

                                                                                                         The marke of John Richmond

Signed published and declared by the said Testator John Richmond as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same time who at his Request in his present and in the presence of each other have set our hands as Witnesses thereto

Wm Clark

Abraham Jesson

17th Novr 1849 Let a Probate be made to Richard Richmond of Long Clawson in the County of Leicester Joiner one of the Executors named in the Will of the deceased Power reserved of making the like Grant to George Richmond the other Executor when he shall apply for the same

He the said Richard Richmond having been first duly sworn to the truth and faithful performance of the Will as usual and to the truth of the usual Affidavit for the Stamp Office as that the Testators Goods Chattels and Credits without deducting any debts due and owing by the deceased therefrom do not amount in value to the sum of twenty pounds and that the deceased died on the 24th May last past

                                                                                                         Before me Jemson Davies Surrogate to the Exchequer

Same Day Probate dated signed by

GH & T Nevinson