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1708 margaret jenkins hungerford brk dean & canons of windsor will 10649
will of margarett jenkins of hungerford widow aged and infirm, dated 1 october 1705
to my brother in law isaac jenkins £3 and to his son daniell jenkins £3 and to george jenkins son of the said isaac 40s
to amy daughter of isaac now wife of nicholas gough £4
to my kinsman thomas biss 30s
to his brother charles biss 40s
to my kinsman joseph langfield the elder of london £8
to his sister ursula £5
to my kinsman john langfield son of john langfield deceased 40s
to my kinsman john biss son of john biss deceased 20s
to my kinsman roger biss 40s
to his brother joseph biss 30s
to my kinsman thomas jenkins of newbury son of my late brother in law edward jenkins deceased 20s
to my sister in law jenkins mother of the said thomas 20s
to my kinsmen thomas jenkins and samuel jenkins sons of my late brother in law thomas jenkins deceased 20s
to my late brother in law john clark's 2 daughters 20s each
to such poor persons belonging to a meeting in lamborn woodlands called quakers as my executors shall think fit £3
to katharine mackerell daughter of ralph mackarell deceased - household effects
to be buried at the burial place in lambourn woodlands aforesaid
the residue to my loving friends thomas butler of hungerford ironmonger and john butler of the same place brother of thomas butler and appoint them executors
(x) the mark of margarett jenkins
witnessed: thomas lewis
persis butler
sarah white
probate 23 july 1708 to thomas and john butler

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