John MARSHALL, carpenter, 1757 -|
Will dated 29 Oct 1757, proved 23 Nov 1757.
Sister Elizabeth HOWIT, sister Agnes RAW, nephew James HOWIT, niece Dinah BARNINGHAM
Well beloved wife Dorothy MARSHALL.
Richard MARSHALL, Kirkby Stephen, 1700 -
Inventory only - assets 16-4-2, minus debts of 35-19-10. Biggest debt to Richard FOTHERGILL, 10-0-0
Robert MARSHALL, Kirkby Stephen, yeoman, 1726 -
Admin. signed by Jane MARSHALL, Rob: HORNSBY, Miles BARRETT. His lawful children were William MARSHALL, Jane MARSHALL, Isabell MARSHALL (apparently all in their minority). Inventory appraised by Thos DENNISON, Richard MARSHALL, Robert HORNBY, Jno THOMPSON (parish clerk). Robert Marshall was owed 70-00-00. Net assets: 160-00-00.
Richard MASON, Soulby, p. Kirkby Stephen, yeoman, 1864
This is the Last Will and Testament of me Richard MASON of Soulby in the parish of Kirkby Stephen in the County of Westmorland Yeoman. I give and devise all that my cottage house situate on the West Side of the Street in the Town of Kirkby Stephen, aforesaid and now in the occupation of Richard GUG, as tenant thereof unto my Son James MASON for and during the term of his natural life and from and after his decease I give and devise the same unto my daughter Ann BALMER her heirs and assigns for ever And as to all that my other Cottage House adjoining the above named Cottage House and Situate at the North End thereof and now in the occupation of Edward METCALFE as tenant thereof I give and devise the same unto my said Daughter Ann BALMER for and during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I give and devise the same to the heirs and assigns of the said Ann BALMER for ever As to all that my Cottage House Garden and premises now in the occupation of Mary ATKINSON and situate on the East Side of the Main Street in Kirkby Stephen aforesaid I give and devise the same unto my daughter Eleanor FAWCETT for and during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I give and devise the same unto and equally between and amongst all and every the child and children of the said Eleanor FAWCETT their heirs and assigns for ever as tenants in Common and not as Joint tenants As to the Cottage House, and outbuildings adjoining thereto and Garth behind the same situate at Soulby aforesaid and now in my own occupation and also all my household Goods furniture and Effects in my said Dwellinghouse at the time of my decease (except money, and securities for money Title Deeds and Documents) I give, devise and bequeath the same unto my Son Thomas MASON for and during the term of his natural life and from and after his decease I give devise and bequeath the Same unto and equally between and amongst all and every the child and children of the said Thomas MASON their heirs and assigns for ever as tenants in Common and not as Joint tenants. As to all those my two Cottage houses situate at Soulby aforesaid (and adjoining to the premises lastly devised to my Son Thomas MASON) I give and devise the same unto my daughter Deborah RICHARDSON for and during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I give and devise the same unto and equally between and amongst all and every the child and children of my Daughter Deborah RICHARDSON their heirs and assigns forever as tenants in Common and not as joint tenants As to all that my Cottage House and Garden situate at Hartley in the parish of Kirkby Stephen aforesaid now standing empty but recently occupied by John LONGSTAFF I give and devise the same to my Son Henry MASON for and during the term of his natural life and from and after his decease I give and devise the same to my Son William MASON his heirs and assigns for ever And as to all that my other Cottage House situate in Hartley, aforesaid and adjoining the last named Dwelling house and partly occupied by Betty TINKLER I give and devise the same unto my son William MASON for and during the term of his natural life and from and after his decease I give and devise the same to the heirs and assigns of the aid William MASON for ever And as to all the rest residue and remainder of my real Estate whatsoever and wheresoever situate to which I shall be entitled at the time of my decease (and not hereinbefore disposed of) I give and bequeath the same unto my Son in Law Richard FAWCETT and my Son Thomas MASON their heirs Executors administrators and assigns respectively Upon Trust as to my real Estate to let the same from year to year or for any term not exceeding seven years in possession at the best rent and subject to such covenants and conditions as my said Trustees shall think reasonable and generally to manage the same in such manner as my said trustees shall in their discretion think most beneficial for my paid Estate and to stand possessed of the annual rents thereof unto the Trusts hereinafter mentioned and declared concerning the same And upon Trust as to the residue of my personal Estate to convert collect and get in the same and to dispose of the moneys to arise thereupon in manner hereinafter directed and declared concerning the same that is to say as to the rents and annual Income of my real Estate and as to the dividends and annual produce arising from my residuary personal Estate Upon Trust in the first place to bear pay and discharge all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and the expenses of proving this my Will and from and after payment thereof and subject thereto Upon Trust that they my said Trustees shall and do in the next place provide each of my children (living at the time of my decease) namely James MASON, Henry MASON, William MASON, Ann BALMER, Eleanor FAWCETT, Thomas MASON and Deborah RICHARDSON with such mourning as my said Trustees and Executors shall in their discretion think reasonable and from and after payment thereof and subject thereto Upon Trust to invest the residue of the money arising from the Sale, conversion and getting in of the residue of my said personal Estate in their names in or upon the public Stocks or other government securities or any real securities in the United Kingdom with power to vary the investment from time to time for any other of the like nature and then upon further trust as to the rents of my said real Estate and as to the annual produce of my said trust fund thenceforth to become due In Trust to pay the same unto and equally between all and every my Sons and Daughters hereinbefore named for and during the respective terms of there respective natural lives and from and after the decease of any one or more of my said children Upon Trust to pay the share (of and in the rents and profits arising from my said real and personal Estate as aforesaid) of any child or children of mine so dying unto and equally between all and every the child and children of such deceased child or children who shall die leaving lawful issue but if any child or children of mine shall die without leaving lawful issue then Upon Trust for the survivors or survivor of my said children hereinbefore named equally and from and after the death of my last surviving child Then upon Trust for all and every the child and children of all my said Sons and Daughters hereinbefore named who shall die leaving lawful issue either before or after my decease or the issue of any such child or children of any of my said Sons and Daughters as shall predecease them or any or either or them as shall if a Son attain the age of twenty one years or if a daughter attain that age or marry the said fund to be divided equally between the issue of deceased Sons and Daughters but so that the children of a deceased Son or daughter shall only take the share to which their parent would have been entitled to if living. I declare that the receipts of my said Trustees for any money paid to them in that character shall exonerate the persons paying the same from all liability in respect of the application thereof I declare that the power of Sale, provisions as to investment of trusts funds, maintenance, appointments of and powers of trustees and Executors contained in Sections 1,2,3,25,26,17,28,29 and 30 of an Act passed in the 23rd and 24th years of the reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria entitled 'An Act to give Trustees Mortgagees and others certain powers now commonly inserted in Settlements Mortgages and Wills' shall operate and take effect as if the same had been fully and at length invoked herein I devise all the real Estate vested in me as Trustee or Mortgagee to my said Trustees their heirs and assigns subject to the Trusts and Equities affecting the same respectively I appoint my said Son in Law Richard FAWCETT and my said Son Thomas MASON joint Executors of this my Will And lastly I revoke all former and other Wills declaring this writing alone to express the whole of my Will In witness whereof I have signed my name at the foot or End of this my Will contained in this and the two proceeding sheets of paper this eleventh day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty four
Signed by Thomas WHARTON of Soulby in the County of Westmorland Farmer as the last Will and testament of the said Richard MASON, the Testator, in his presence and by his direction in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses, the six alterations opposite to which respectively the Letter A is place in the margin having been first made ---Robert BOUSFIELD---------Thomas WHARTON--------
The signature at the foot or end of the foregoing writing having been acknowledged by Richard MASON of Soulby in the County of Westmorland Yeoman in the presence of us both together were immediately thereafter without quitting his presence and in the presence of each other have attested and do subscribe the same as his last will this thirteenth day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty four the six alterations apposite to which respectively the Letter A is placed in the margin having been first made Thomas GIBSON M D ------------George BROWN------------------
This is a Codicil to the last will and Testament of me Richard MASON of Soulby in the County of Westmorland Yeoman which Will bears date the thirteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty four Whereas by my said Will I devise a Cottage House with the appurtenances situate in Kirkby Stephen in the said County to my Son James MASON with remainder over to my daughter Ann BALMER and her children lawfully begotten forever And whereas my said Son James MASON hath since departed this life by means whereof the devise over to my said daughter Ann BALMER and her children will take effect immediately after my decease And whereas by my said Will I have devised two Cottage Houses with appurtenances situate at Soulby aforesaid unto my daughter Deborah RICHARDSON Wife of Thomas RICHARDSON of Soulby aforesaid for her life and from and after her decease unto and equally between and amongst all and every her children share and share alike And I have also by my said Will devised and bequeathed unto my said daughter Deborah RICHARDSON one sixth part or share of my residuary real and personal Estate now I do hereby revoke my said Will so far as my daughter Deborah RICHARDSON and her children are objects thereof And whereas my Said Son in Law Thomas RICHARDSON is now indebted to me in the sum of Thirty Pounds Now I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Daughter Deborah RICHARDSON Wife of the said Thomas RICHARDSON the sum of thirty pounds as due and owing to me as aforesaid And all interest which shall be due to me thereon at the time of my decease for her own absolute use and benefit I devise my two Cottage Houses situate at Soulby aforesaid one occupied by William HODGSON and the other empty to my said Son Thomas MASON his heirs and assigns for ever in addition to the Cottage house and premises devised to him by my said Will And whereas by my said Will I have given devised and bequeathed All the rest residue and remainder of my real and personal Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever unto my Trustees and Executors Richard FAWCETT and Thomas MASON upon certain trusts therein named Now I do hereby revoke the said devise and bequest of my residuary real and personal Estate And I give and devise and bequeath the same unto my Son in Law Richard FAWCETT and my Son Thomas MASON upon trust as soon as may be after my decease to sell and convert the same with full power to convey the same to any purchaser or purchasers and to give receipts, acquittances and discharges for the purchase monies but subject to the payment of all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and the expenses of proving and establishing this my will and also of all expenses attending such Sale and conversion as aforesaid and from and from and after payment thereof and subject thereto I give and bequeath the same unto and equally between and amongst my children Thomas MASON, Henry MASON, William MASON, Eleanor FAWCETT and Ann BALMER for their own absolute use and benefit.
But I confirm my said Will in all other respects. In witness whereof I the said Richard MASON the testator have signed my name at the foot or end of this my codicil this twenty fourth day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty eight
--------Richard his X mark Mason------------------- Signed by the said Richard MASON the Testator as and for a codicil to be annexed to his last and only will and testament and taken as part thereof by making his mark thereto in the presence of us who in the presence of him and of each other all being present and done at the same time have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto the same having been carefully distinctly and audibly read over and the contents explained to the said Testator before he so Executing the same by placing his mark thereto when the said Testator appeared perfectly to understand the same ---James WILLIAMSON-----Thomas WINTERS------
Proved at Carlisle with one Codicil the second day of October 1868 by the oaths of Richard FAWCETT and Thomas MASON, Son of the Testator, the Executors named in the Will to whom administration was granted.
The Testator Richard MASON was late of Soulby in the parish of Kirkby Stephen in the County of Westmorland Yeoman and died on the twenty ninth day of August 1868 at Soulby aforesaid.
Under 200 pounds Thomas Hartley PRESTON Solicitor Kirkby Stephen.
On the second day of October 1868 the Will with one codicil thereto of Richard MASON late of Soulby in the Parish of Kirkby Stephen in the County of Westmorland Yeoman decease, who died on the twenty ninth day of August 1868 at Soulby aforesaid was proved in the District Registry attached to Her Majesty's Court of Probate at Carlisle by the Oaths of Richard FAWCETT of Kirkby Stephen aforesaid in the County of Westmorland Tallow Chandler and Thomas MASON of Black Boy near Bishop Auckland in the County of Durham Labourer, son of the deceased, the executors named in the said will They have been first sworn duly to administer.
Effects under 200 pounds No leaseholds.
Extracted by Thomas Hartley PRESTON, Solicitor, Kirkby Stephen.
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Richard MORLAND, 1567.
Sons Thomas and George.
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George MORLAND of Appleby, parish of St. Michael’s, Westmorland, 1570.
Mentions wife, unnamed.
John MORLAND, 1570.
Mentions son Thomas and daughter Margaret.
John MORLAND of Brough, 1571.
John MORLAND, 1572, inventory.
Elizabeth MORLAND, widow of Winton, 1574.
Mentions John son of ?. Isabell MORLAND, John son of George MORLAND.
Vingord? MORLAND, 1574.
Brother John MORLAND. George MORLAND, others.
Gilbert MORLAND of Winton, Kirkby Stephen, 1574.
Son John MORLAND. Margaret MORLAND’s daughter. Winfrey? MORLAND. Vanold MORLAND. Camelot or Lancelot MORLAND, Barnabus/Barnaby? MORLAND, Ambrose? MORLAND. Wife unnamed.
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Isabell MORLAND. Widow, wife of George, 1575.
Sons John and George
George MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1575.
Wife Elizabeth. Son Ambrose and John. Grandson George.
Florence MORLAND of Durham, 1575.
Son Robert, daughter Margaret.
Barnaby MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, Winton, 1577.
Mentions Elizabeth CRATON. Daughter Elizabeth. John Morland signed inventory.
John MORLAND of Appleby, 1577.
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Isabella MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1579.
Of Winton. John and Cuthburt signed inventory.
Thomas MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen inventory, 1580
William MORLAND will, 1581.
Filed by Sarah MORLAND. Mentions Vlalos MORLAND oldest son, Thomas LAUOROME, Humphrey, William, Charles, and John MORLAND.
Richard MORLAND of Winton, 1585.
Son Barnaby. Daughter Florence. Wife Janet. John MORLAND signed inventory.
Richard MORLAND, 1585.
Wife Alice? Sons Philip and Thomas. Daughter Eleanor.
Lancelot MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1587.
Thomas MORLAND of Shap inventory, 1588.
Richard MORLAND of Edenhall, Rookby, 1588.
Son George. Wife. Robert MORLAND, witness.
Henry MORLAND of Edenhall, Rookby, 1588.
Son Robert. George MORLAND.
Alan MORLAND of Durham inventory, 1589;
Signed by Robert MORLAND.
Gabriel MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen admin. 1593.
Janet MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1596.
Sons Ambrose and Cuthbert?. Wife of Robert?
Robert? MORLAND, 1596.
Mentions George MORLAND. Sister Raynath? FOTHERGILL, Annas SIMPSON, Margaret RAYBROOK. The poor.
Ann MORLAND of Winton, Kirkby Stephen, widow, 1596.
Sons William, John and Michael? Morland.
Miles MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1596.
Wife Margaret. Son William and Jonathan?
Thomas MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1596.
Wife Isabell. Daughter? Son Anthony.
Edward MORLAND admin. 1596.
Charles MORLAND of Carlisle admin. 1596.
Michael MORLAND of Brough, 1598.
Thomas MORLAND of Carlisle admin., 1598.
Margaret MORLAND inventory , 1598.
Margaret MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, will, 1598.
Daughter Margaret Morland
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Isabell MORLAND of Rookby, 1602.
To be buried at Kirkby Stephen. Ellen/Eleanor Morland daughter. Daughter Janet. Ambrose and Margaret Morland. Son Antonio Morland. Jenkin Morland. Miles Morland.
Helen MORLAND of Appleby admin., 1603.
Oliver MORLAND of Winton, 1605.
Miles MORLAND.., 1606.
Sister Eleanor LAMB. Cuthbert MORLAND. Brother Jenkin MORLAND.
Ambrose MORLAND of Winton, 1607.
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John MORLAND of Winton will, dated 1608.
To be buried in Kirkby Stephen. Son George, wife, daughter Margory, son Richard, John and Cuthbert MORLAND.
John MORLAND of Shap Inventory, 1615.
William, Margaret, Thomas MORLAND.
Miles MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1630.
Elizabeth MORLAND of Mallerstang, 1631.
To be buried at Kirkby Stephen graveyard. Brother James MORLAND. Robert DENT, Elizabeth DENT M….DENT.
Margrett MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1632.
To be buried in graveyard at Kirkby Stephen. Son Miles, William, Thomas. Daughters Margaret, Elizabeth and Annas.
Thomas MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1635.
Thomas MORLAND of Winton, 1640.
Margaret MORLAND of Brough, 1661.
Gabriel MORLAND of Rookby, Kirkby Stephen, 1662.
Cousins William BOWLAND, William WHARDON, ? SHAW. Nephews George, Marshall, Thomas and Richard FOTHERGILL, William SHUTTS. Nieces Julia, Elizabeth and Margaret FOTHERGILL, Ann BURTON. Sister Ann SHUTT. Others: John HALL, Christopher and Elizabeth PETTY.
Agnes MORLAND of Appleby admin. ; 1668.
William MORLAND of Parkhouse, Brough, Westmorland, 1670.
To be buried in churchyard of Brough. Names Michael and Jane SUMMERS, Thomas and Margaret NICHOLSON. Margaret and William BONSON. Only son Michael MORLAND. Daughter Margaret. Wife Margaret.
John MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1671.
Jenkin MORLAND of Appleby, 1672.
John MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1673.
Cuthbert MORLAND of Winton, Kirkby Stephen, yeoman, 1673.
Wife Isabell. Son Thomas MORLAND. Daughters Elizabeth and Margaret.
Jenkin MORLAND of Rookby, 1679.
To be buried at churchyard at Kirkby Stephen. Son William underage. Appoints wife Elizabeth and Thomas MORLAND of Winton and Robert BOUSFRID guardians for him and his other children. Daughters Elizabeth, Eleanor, and Alice [?] MORLAND. Thomas MORLAND, witness.
Edward MORLAND of Clottgarth, 1679. Son Thomas MORLAND, daughters Ellin MORLAND, Elizabeth MUNKHOUSE, son Richard MUNKHOUSE.
Elizabeth MORLAND of Winton, Kirkby Stephen, 1683.
John MORLAND of Millflat, Westmorland, yeoman, 1683.
Children John, Jacob, Sarah and Rachel. Grandchild, John. Henry Holme. Note that Jacob wasn’t present at probate. X
Lancelot MORLAND of Winton, Kirkby Stephen, 1685. Sons John and Michael. Daughters Katherine, Agnes, Isabell Kale, Margaret, Helen and Elizabeth. Margaret daughter of Lancelot, second son. Grandchild Michael.
Abraham MORLAND of Brough Stainmore, 1685.
Two children of Thomas WILTON – Isabell and Barbara. Grandchild Edward and Abraham SPENCER. Wife Barbara. Daughter Barbara NICHOLSON.
Thomas MORLAND of Coatgarth, Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, 1686.
To be buried in parish churchyard. Daughter Agnes. Wife Ann. Cousin Thomas MORLAND of Winton. Thomas KEY, William SHUTT, Edward BATTONSHEL, Rowland KEG. Witnessed by Thomas MORLAND
Agnes MORLAND of Hartley, Kirkby Stephen, widow, 1686.
Daughters Elizabeth MUNKHOUSE [Robert], Eillinor WILLIAMSON and Ann MORLAND. Grandchild Edward MUNKHOUSE and Agnes MORLAND. Isabell PEACOCK. Thomas MORLAND and Richard MUNKHOUSE executors. [Agnes married Edward who died 1679. Had son John b 1635]
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Michael MORLAND, [son of William who died 1670] bachelor of Knoway, Stanmoor under Brough, 1691.
Cousin Michael MARSHALL and his brothers Richard, John and Samuel. Thomas and Ann MARSHALL. Children of uncle Richard CAIB? - Richard and William. Brother Thomas MORLAND, sister Margaret MORLAND, aunt Elizabeth MORLAND. Brother John MORLAND and his daughters Agnes, Katherine, Isabell, Margaret and Eleanor.
William MORLAND of Rookby, Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, 1709.
Sisters Elizabeth and Eleanor MORLAND. Sister Alic WILLIAMSON. Gabriel, Thomas and John MORLAND, witnesses. [son of Jenkin?]
Anthony MORLAND of Appleby, 1715.
[LDS 90480] Thomas MORLAND of Winton, Kirkby Stephen, yeoman, 1715.
Wife Isabell. Sons Thomas, Richard, John. Daughter Elizabeth, spinster. Grandson Thomas. Witnessed by Cuthbert MORLAND.
Elizabeth MORLAND of Winton, Westmorland, 1715.
Son Thomas of Winton and his son Cuthburt and daughter Elizabeth.
Barbara MORLAND of Ravonstonedale, 1721.
Thomas MORLAND, bachelor of Ravonstonedale, 1725.
George MORLAND of Winton, p. Kirkby Stephen, Tayler, 1727,
Will mentions: John BLAND, grandson; Mary BLAND, daughter, widow; Anne BRUNSKILL, wife of Robert BRUNSKILL of Kaber; Mary MORLAND, wife; Jennet (no surname) daughter of wife Mary; Mary (no surname) daughter of wife Mary; Isabel WILLSON, daughter, wife of John WILLSON of Kirkby Stephen;
Robert WILSON, witness; Michael ROE, witness; John HARRISON, witness.
Jane MORLAND, Cumberland Co., widow, 1729.
George MORLAND of Ravonstonedale, 1730
John MORLAND, bachelor of Ravonstonedale, 1730.
George MORLAND, bachelor of Ravonstonedale, 1736.
William MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, yeoman, 1737.
Nephew William MORLAND, nieces Betty and Jane MORLAND, sons William and John MORLAND
Richard MORLAND of Southaute in Molerlangin [Mallerstang?] Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, 1737.
No wife mentioned. Robert, Philip, Richard, Eleanor, Thomas, Margaret, Cicely.
Miles MORLAND of Kaber, Westmorland, yeoman; May, 1738.[Probate]
Sister Dorothy MORLAND.
1747 Philip MORLAND of Kirkby Stephen, 1747.
Rev. John MORLAND of Skelton in the County of Cumberland, 1748.
Sister Elizabeth GOODDERY; Elinor and Mary BOLTON daughters of the late Thomas BOLTON rector of Graystock; Catherine BOLTON, widow of said Thomas BOLTON.
William MORLAND of Kaber, p. Kirkby Stephen, Yeoman, 1775 :
Will mentions: Robert MORLAND, son; Agnes BOUSFIELD, daughter - John MORLAND, witness; Mark RICKARBY, witness; Philip WALLER, witness.
John MORLAND of Rookby, parish of Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland. Probated 1789.
Son John MORLAND of Rookby; Richard ATKINSON of Longmartin; Mr. HEELS the elder of Appleby Castle; Anthony MORLAND of Rookby, yeoman.. Wife Isabel MORLAND; second son Michael MORLAND; daughter Sarah MORLAND, Margaret MORLAND, Mary MORLAND.
Ann MORLAND, widow, of Plumpton, parish of Penrith, Cumberland. Probated 1789.
John WATE trustees. Daughter Dorothy, wife of Henry SHNOTT; grand daughter Mary, daughter of Dorothy.
Robert MOSS, Smardale, parish of Kirkby Stephen, Co. of Westmorland -
Dated 23 Dec 1813 -
- my wife Elizabeth - my daughter Mary [BRUNSKILL]has many children -
- two sons Thomas MOSS and John MOSS, executors. Sould executors outlive my wife, effects remaining to be divided equally between them and their sister -
Robert Moss - his mark and seal.
Witnessesd by William HOLME, James TAYLOR.
Should either of sons or daughter die before their mother, then the issue of such son or daughter so dying shall be entitled to Father or Mother's share.
Proved 2 Jan 1814.
[Robert MOSS died 25 Dec 1813. Thomas MOSS became Vicar of Ravenstonedale].