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Philip Bastard, of Plymouth - Will 1811

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National Archives Catalogue Reference: Estate Duty Will and Administration Abstracts (1796 - 1811) IR 26/343

Transcribed by David A. Davy

Checked by Pearl Nemeth


COURT of the Archdeaconry of Totnes

[Reference Numbers and Date.] Date of the Probate and Sum sworn. Name and Description of Testator or Testatrix. Name and Place of Abode of Executor or Executrix. Name of the Legatees, distinguishing the Residuary Legatee. Degree of Kindred. Amount of Legacy or Annuity. Particulars of the several Specific Legacies, Bequests in Trust - and of the Residue.
No 850
15T308
16C3
2d June 1813.
1811
Aug. 17th
Under 1500
Philip Bastard of Plymouth Victualler   Sarah Bastard Niece 100£  
No 850
15T308
16C3
2d June 1813.
1811
Aug. 17th
Under 1500
Philip Bastard of Plymouth Victualler   Harry Bastard Son   All his Leasehold Messuage or Dwelling House with the Appurtenances thereunto belonging situate in Fore Street in the Town of Plymouth Dock And Also all that his other Leasehold Messuage or Dwelling House with the Appurtences situate in Farmer? Street in Morrice Town within the Parish of Stoke Damerell To hold the same unto his said Son during his respective Terms Estates and Interests therein But in Case his said Son should happen to die Intestate unmarried and without Issue living at his Death and also without having sold or otherwise disposed of the said Messuages or Dwelling Houses in his lifetime then and in such Case immediately from and after such his Death he gave and bequeathed the aforesaid Messuages or Dwelling Houses with the Appurtenances or such part thereof as should remain undisposed of at his Decease unto his Brothers John Bastard and William Bastard and his Sisters Susan Howe (wife of William Howe Ann Rundle wife of Edward Rundle and Mary Sambells wife of Wm. Sambells equally to be divided between them share and share alike as Tenants in Common and not as joint Tenants for and during all the remainder of his Term Estate and Interest therein And in Case his said Son should be married and leave a wife behind him at his Decease Then and in such case from and after such decease of his said Son as to one Moiety of the said Messuages or Dwelling Houses or of such one of them or of such part thereof as should remain unsold and undisposed of by him by Deed or Will at his Decease he gave and bequeathed the same unto such wife as he should so leave behind him her Executors Administrators and Assigns and as to the other Moiety thereof he gave and bequeathed the same unto his said Brothers & Sisters share and share alike


Stamp Office, London.

References to the Registers. Names of the Legatees. Degree of Kindred. Special Circumstances respecting Legacies and Legatees. Value of Legacies or Annuity. Rate of Duty. Amount of Duty paid. OBSERVATIONS.
No 850
15T308
Bastard Sarah    
100    
10
10    
 
No 850
16C3
Harry Bastard Son The Residue
732 16 10
 
7 6 8