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Will of George Farthing, Gentleman of Sidmouth

Proved 4 Apr 1810

© Crown Copyright

PROB 11/1510/53, Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Transcribed by Ros Dunning

This is the last Will and Testament of me George ffarthing of Sidmouth in the County of Devon in the County of Devon Gentleman as follows I give and devise unto Sarah Robins of Sidmouth aforesaid Widow and John Bawden of Chard in the County of Somerset and their Heirs all my ffreehold Estate Lands and Tenements In Trust for my Grandson Thomas George ffarthing Robins on his Arrival to the Age of twenty one Years and for his Heirs And in Case of his Death before that Age without Issue In Trust for all and every other Child and Children that my Daughter Mary Robins may have to be equally divided between them on their respective Arrivals to the Age of twenty one Years and their Heirs But in case my said Grandson should happen to die before such Age without Issue and such other Child and Children shall also die under that Age without Issue Then In Trust for my said Daughter and her Heirs separate and apart from her present and any future Husband I also give and bequeath unto the said Sarah Robins and John Bawden their Exors Admors and Assigns all my Leasehold Estates and all my Money Securities for Money Goods Chattels and Effects In Trust for my Grandson on his Arrival to the Age of twenty one Years he paying thereout to each and every of his Brothers and Sisters (if any) the sum of one hundred pounds And in case of his death without Issue before the Age of twenty one Years In Trust for such other Child or Children as aforesaid And in case they shall all die without Issue under the Age of twenty one Years In Trust for my said Daughter separate and apart from her present and any after taken Husband I give unto the said Sarah Robins One Annuity of twenty pounds payable Quarterly from the day of my Death I Make and appoint the said Sarah Robins and John Bawden Executors of this my Will and authorise and empower them to lay out And expend such Sum or Sums of Money as they shall think fit in the Clothing Maintenance & Education of my said Grandson and putting him out to Apprentice in any Trade or Business And I declare that my said Trustees shall not be answerable for each other and that it shall be lawful to reimburse themselves respectively all Losses Costs Charges Damages Journies and Expences in and about the Execution of the Trusts hereby in them reposed In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the twenty sixth Day of August One thousand eight hundred and eight _ George ffarthing

(Attestation Clause)

Wm Jones _ Grace Yeo _ ffanny Clapp

Proved at London 4 April 1810