Estate Duty Office Will of Lewis Hatherly of Black Torrington, Devon

Joint Executors George Hatherly of Bradford Devon Victualler and William Hatherly of Blacktorrington aforesaid labourer

Proved in The Archdeacons Court of Totnes the fourteenth day of June 1837

© Crown Copyright

Devon Record Office - 1078/IRW/H/469

Transcribed by Sheila Howard

Effects sworn under £100.

January 22nd 1837 - I Lewis Hatherly of the Parish of Blacktorrington do hereby make George Hatherly and William Hatherly my two sons joint Executors and William Hatherly and George Hatherly to my sister Mary Loge of the parish of Buckland Filleigh the sum of twenty five shillings to paid to the said Mary Loge Immediately after my Buriel and I give Lewis Hatherly the son of George Hatherly my watch and George Hatherly the son of William Hatherly I give my umbrella this being my last Will and Testament I do hereby make my cross

The mark of Lewis Hatherly Date 1837 January 22

Signed and sealed and declared by the Said Lewis Hatherly the testator to be his Last Will and testament in the presence of us
William Berry
James Gilbert

The above writing contains a true copy of the original Will of Lewis Hatherly late of the County of Devon Yeoman deceased the same having been carefully examined therewith by us Clerks to Geo Farwell Deputy Registrar of the Archdeacons Court of Totes
Frank Farwell
John Wm Hodges