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Jonas Squire, of Inwardleigh - Will 1799

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National Archives Catalogue Reference: Estate Duty Will and Administration Abstracts (1796 - 1811) IR 26/333

Transcribed by David A. Davy

Checked by Pearl Nemeth

Principal Registry of the Lord Bishop of Exeter.

[Reference Number.] Date of the Probate and Sum sworn to. Name and Description of the Testator or Intestate. Names and Places of Abode of the Executors or Administrators. Names of the Legatees, distinguishing the Residuary Legatee. Degree of Relationship. Account of the several Legacies, and Annuities, and Form of the Bequests, particularly of the Residue.
36 1799
April 3
Under £1000
Jonas Squire of Inwardleigh, Devon. Elizabeth Squire Tamsin Dustin Sister An Annuity of three pounds during her Natural Life, if the Testator's right in a Leasehold Estate called Leirchardon1 should so long continue the first paymt. to be made the first 25th. of December after the death of her Husband Josiah Dustin
36 1799
April 3
Under £1000
Jonas Squire of Inwardleigh, Devon. Elizabeth Squire Residuary Legatee the said Elizabeth Squire Widow & Relict. All the rest & residue of his Wordly Effects whatsoever.
1Likely Lurchardon; source is the Genuki Gazetteer.