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Will of William Wreford, of Colebrooke, Gentleman,
dated January 9, 1727

Provided by John Moore

This is extracted from "Records and Pedigree of the Wreford Family of Devonshire", compiled by George Wreford of Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, 2nd ed. Printed for circulation amongst Family Subscribers (1909) 90pp + 44 charts.

Testator gives as follows:
To his brother John Wreford and John Manley, of Morchard (as Trustees), his estate called Middlecott Morchard which his brother Roger lately bought and gave him, in trust for his brother John for life, with remainder to John Manley for life, with remainder to his Executors.
To his son Roger Wreford, an annuity of £16 out of Middlecott for his life, with remainder to Roger's wife, Elizabeth, and daughters, Sarah and Anne.
To his daughter Mary, wife of John Sillifant, £4.
To his daughter Agnes, wife of John Skinner, £10.
To his daughter Ann Wreford, £200.
To his daughter Martha Wreford, £100.
Residue to his wife Sarah and son William, the Joint Executors.
Proved Feb. 2, 1727-8.