HAIGH OF INCHFIELD PASTURESIDE, WALSDEN
John Haigh, the elder, of Inchfield, Pastureside in Hundersfield,
yeoman, make this my last will.
devise to my older son John Haigh my messuage and tenement called
Pighill (otherwise Pexes) in Hundersfield with three cottages thereunto
belonging in occupation of Charles Lord, Samuel Woodhead, John Ogden,
and James Farrer, charged with payment of £100 to my daughter
Mary, wife of James Hirst, and also with £100 to my younger
son, Reuben Haigh, after the decease of Mary my wife, and still
further charged with one annuity of four pound ten shillings to
the said Mary my wife during her life.
devise to my younger son Reuben Haigh my messuage and tenement called
Degn in Hundersfield and concerning my personal estate I give to
the said Mary my wife a Bed, Chest and the Great Bible.
my said daughter Mary, wife of James Hirst, £22
the residue of my personal estate I give to my said two sons and
executors, John and Reuben Haigh
dated 22nd. April 1772.
granted 24th. April 1773
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