Wilson William 1730 of Hickling will and inventory

William Willson of Hickling 1730 Will, Inventory and Bond

Nottinghamshire Archives PR/NW

In the Name of God Amen the 29th day of September in the Year of our Lord 1728

I William Willson of Hickling in the County of Nottingham being very weak of Body but of perfect Mind & memory Thanks be given unto God therefore, do make, constitute & ordain this my Last Will & Testament in Manner & Form following

Imprimis I Will that my Debts & Funeral Charges be payd by my Executrix

Item I give unto my oldest Son William Willson the Sum of Five pounds

Item I give unto my Son Richard Willson the Sum of Seven pounds

Item I give unto my Daughter Ann Bampton the Sum of Seven pounds

All the Rest & Residue of my Personal Estate Goods & Chattels whatsoever I go give & bequeath unto my truly beloved Wife Ann Willson whom I make my full & sole Executrix of this my last Will & Testament

And I do hereby revoke & make void all form Wills & Testaments by me heretofore made In witness whereof I hereunto set my Hand & Seal the Day and Year above written

                                                                                                         William Willson mark

Sign’d & Seald & Declared in the presence of us the Subscribers

W Webster

John Fauks

John Baldock his mark

January 9 1729 An Inventory of the Goods & Chatell of William Wilson of Hickling decest valed by us whose Names are Under Riten

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Imprs His purse & Apparell 1 7 6
In the house one Racken four … two tables & forme 6 Chairs 0 15 8
In the parlour 1 Cheese 1 Cubbard 2 beds 1 Coffer 1 tubb 7 Chairs 3 barles 1 Cet      
2 wheeles & beding 3 8 10
Brass & pewter 2 0 6
1 Cowe & Sume Hay 3 1 4
Cooles & Cheese & meat 1 1 3
1 Cheese press 2 Laders 2 trowes Grindstone 0 6 2
Things Seen & Unseen   0 1 8
  17 7 1

John Man

John Fawkes

Bond, bound Ann Wilson widow of Hickling and John Faux yeoman of Hickling, condition Ann Wilson executrix to execute will and produce inventory.

                                                                                                         Anne Wilson mark

                                                                                                         John Fawkes