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Abstract Number 10547

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1634 ann young woodhay west brk PCC will 10547
will of anne young of west woodhay, widow 12 october 1630
to mary hiscooke the wife if john hiscocke 2 gowns, 1 petticoat of cloth, 1 silk apron and my best hat
wheras william young the younger of woodspring co somerset esq. and william snigg the elder of woodspring esq do stand bound to me for £100 within 6 months after my decease
to my son edward young £40
to mary young daughter of my son william young £20
to elizabeth young another daughter of william young £20
to darrell young son of william young £20
the residue to my son william young of west woodhay who is sole executor
[testator makes mark & affixes seal]
witnesses: richard money, john younge, harvey clarke
probate: per sententious diffinitarum london 17 may 1634 to william younge, executor named in the will
[sentence given on following pages] will opposed by william younge nepoti

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