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THE WILL OF CHARLES PERRIAM OF SALTERTON - DIED 7 OCTOBER 1860

© Crown Copyright

Transcribed by Adrian Parry

In her Majesty's Court of Probate

THE DISTRICT REGISTRY AT EXETER

On the ninth day of November 1860, the Will ------------------ of Charles Perriam late of Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh in the County of Devon Gentleman -------------------------

deceased, who died on or about the seventh day of October 1860 at Salterton aforesaid ------
Was proved in the DISTRICT REGISTRY attached to Her Majesty's Court of Probate at EXETER, by Oath of Elizabeth Barratt of Budleigh Salterton in the County of Devon Widow and Ann Webber (wife of James Webber) of the same place Daughter of the deceased the ---
Executrixes therein named they having been first sworn duly to administer.

Effects under £3000 Including Leaseholds

Extracted by W Huggins Solicitor Exeter

This is the last and only Will and Testament of me Charles Perriam of Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh in the County of Devon Gentleman I give and bequeath unto the Reverend George Henry Kempe of Bicton in the County of Devon Clerk and Thomas Walker of Salterton aforesaid Gentleman and to the survivor of them and to the Executors and Administrators of such survivor on trust for my dearly beloved wife Ann Perriam all that my lodging house on the beach in Salterton aforesaid with all the furniture of mine in the said house at my death for and during the life of my said wife if my interest therein shall so long continue. Also I give unto my said wife the sum of five pounds yearly to be paid out of my houses which I purchased of Sims situate in Salterton aforesaid the sum to be paid her by half yearly payments on the twenty fifth day of March and the twenty fifth day of September in every year during her life if my interest therein shall so long continue the first payment thereof to be made on such of the said days as shall first happen after my death I give and bequeath the house wherein my daughter in law Sarah Perriam now lives and after the death of my said wife the lodging house and furniture before mentioned for all the interest I have thereon to my Grandchildren Sarah Ann the wife of Charles Underhill Frances the wife of Edwin Clark Charlotte Perriam, Harriett Perriam, Henry George Perriam and Susan Ann Freeman Perriam the Children of my deceased Son Henry Perriam equally among them their Executors Administrators and Assigns I give and bequeath to my Grandson George Charles Perriam his Executors Administrators and Assigns three of those houses which I purchased of Sims situate in Salterton aforesaid for all the interest I have therein subject to the five pounds payable yearly to my wife for life I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Barratt widow absolutely the sum of Four hundred and forty six pounds being part of certain Stock now standing in my name in the Books of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England with all dividends due thereon at my death. Also I give unto the said Elizabeth Barratt her Executors Administrators and Assigns all that my house and all the furniture in it wherein Mr Garner now dwells in Salterton aforesiad for all the interest I have therein I give and bequeath unto my daughter Ann Webber her Executors Administrators and Assigns all that my house wherein I now live and the house adjoining wherein she now lives with their appurtenances situate in Salterton aforesaid for the respective interests I have therein Also I give unto the said Ann Webber her Executors Administrators and Assigns all that mortgage for Two hundred pounds which I hold against George Perriam of Salterton aforesaid Also I give unto the said Ann Webber her Executors Administrators and Assigns all that mortgage for Two hundred and forty seven pounds which I hold against Messieurs Strickland and others Also I give unto the said Ann Webber her Executors Administrators and Assigns all that one little plot of land situate at Frogmore within the parish of East Budleigh aforesaid for all the interest I have therein. I give unto my daughter in law Sarah Perriam widow the sum of ten pounds I give unto my daughter in law Ann Perriam widow the sum of ten pounds I give unto the daughter of my Grandson George Henry Perriam deceased the sum of ten pounds I direct that these three sums be paid by my Executrixs hereinafter names within one month next after my death I give and bequeath unto my said wife Ann Perriam the dividends arising from the sum of five hundred pounds being also part of certain Stock now standing in my name in the books of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England for her life And after her decease I direct that the said sum of Five hundred pounds shall form part of my residuary estate I give and bequeath unto the said George Henry Kempe and Thomas Walker their heirs executors and administrators all estates vested in me as Trustee or Mortgagee All the rest residue and remainder of my lands tenements goods chattels ready money stock in the funds debts notes and securities for money whatsoever and wheresoever subject to the payment of my debts funeral expenses legacies and other charges I give devise and bequeath unto my two daughters Elizabeth Barratt Widow and Ann Webber their respective heirs executors administrators and assigns whom I hereby appoint Executrixes of this my Will. I declare that the receipts of my trustees or executors for the time being shall efficiently discharge any purchasers or other persons paying monies under this my will or the trusts thereof and that such purchasers or other persons shall not afterwards be bound to see to the application or be answerable for the misapplication or nonapplication thereof. In witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand this second day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty ___Charles Perriam ________
Signed by the said Charles Perriam the Testator as his last Will and Testament in the presence xxx both present at the same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other subscribe our names as witnesses ____Samuel Baker of Salterton Gentleman _____Henry Goldney Baker Solicitor Axminster Devon __________________


On the 9th day of November 1860 the Will of Charles Perriam late of Salterton in the parish of East Budleigh in the County of Devon Gentleman deceased was proved by the Oathes of Elizabeth Barrat Widow and Ann Webber, wife of James Webber, Daughters of the deceased the Executrixes having been first sworn duly to administer
Effects under £3000
Extracted by W Huggins Solicitor Exeter
      I certify that the above is a correct copy of the
      Original Will of Charles PPerriam deceased