Tuckwood Elizabeth 1807 of Ab Kettleby will

Elizabeth Tuckwood of Ab Kettleby 1807 Will

Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Archives, Leicester Wills and Probate Records 1807

I Elizabeth Tuckwood Widow of the late Amos Tuckwood of Kettleby in the County of Leicester do by this my last Will and Testament give unto my two Sisters Mary Stone wife of William Stone of Thorp Arnold Labourer, and Sarah Spencer of Kirby Bellars Widow the Sum of Twenty Pounds each also all my Cloaths to be equally divided between them

To my Brother Noel Wilford of Melton Mowbray Labourer the Sum of Ten Pounds and to the Daughters of my said Brother and above named Sisters the Sum of five Pounds each

To Elizabeth Stone Daughter of the above named William Stone my Bed

To my Relation under whose care I may be at the time of my death the Sum of five pounds in addition to any other legacy

To John and Sarah Wilford Son and Daughter of my Brother John Wilford of Burton Lazarus the Sum of five Pounds each

And I appoint my said Brother John Wilford Executor to this my last Will and also residuary Legate subject to the payment of all my just debts and funeral expences

The above legacies to be paid from the Sum of one hundred Pounds due to me from my brother Noel Wilford which I lent him in April last to enable him to purchase a House on Timber Hill in the Parish of Melton Mowbray of Miss Catharine Bright, the Writings of which he gave me as security for the said sum of one hundred Pounds

Also from the Sum of fifty Pounds due to me on the joint Note of Richard Dewey of Pickwell and [blank] Dewey his Son of Claxton in the County of Leicester

                                                                                                         Elizabeth Tuckwood

Signed, sealed & published this twelfth day of October in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight Hundred & Six


John …thing        )  of Thorpe

Richard Newton               )  Arnold

March 24 1807

Let probat be granted to John Wilford, the sole Executor within named he being duly sworn as well to the faithful Execution of the Will, as that the Testators goods chattels & credits do not amount in value to the sum of Two hundred pounds

                                                                                                         Before me Tho: Ford, Surrogates

The Testator died March 13 1807