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Will of Richard Curgenven Smith, Solicitor of Plymouth (1844)

Proved 5 June 1844

© Crown Copyright

PROB 11/2000, Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Volume number: 10 Quire numbers: 451-500

Transcribed by Ros Dunning

This is the last Will and Testament of me Richard Curgenven Smith of Plymouth in the County of Devon Solicitor I give devise and bequeath all the real and personal estate whatsoever which I am or may become seised possessed of interested in or entitled unto either under or by virtue of the will of my late Grandfather Richard Curgenven bearing date the twenty fifth day of ffebruary 1812 in default or under the exercise of the power of disposition thereby given to my mother Betsy Smith or otherwise howsoever or by virtue of the will of my late Uncle Philip Smith bearing date the nineteenth day of July 1825 and all other my real and personal estate which I may be entitled to at the time of my death in case my father John Smith of Plymouth survives me unto my brother Harry Smith of Plymouth aforesaid Surgeon his heirs executors and administrators according to the nature or quality In trust nevertheless as to one moiety or equal half part thereof for my sister Betty Curgenven Smith for her sole and separate use apart from any husband with whom she may intermarry his debts controls and engagements and her heirs executors administrators and assigns for ever And I hereby appoint my said ffather John Smith and brother Henry Smith Executors of this my will In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 4th October one thousand eight hundred and forty Richd C Smith

(Attestation Clause)

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Proved at London 5 June 1844