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Summary of Will of John Mallett of Plymouth Dock (1769)

[Cresswell transcripts, West Country Studies Library, Exeter]

Provided by Mike Mallett <mm-lists AT>

Date of will 30 Sept 1769
Proved 17 June 1781

I, John Mallett officer in the Customs at Plymouth Dock.

To my sons William and Hugh Mallett two diels known by the name of Daws Ground and the dwelling house malthouse and gardens thereto belonging in the parish of Lanteglos Cornwall.

To my daughter Catherine Mallett my estate and dwelling house in Camelford, Cornwall, known by the name of Crees House and Backside, also I give her all my household goods that shall be in the said house at my death and a yearly annuity of £12.

To my daughter Anne Parmiter £80

To my wife all the household goods in the house I now live in which house I have given to her, also the house in Fore Street that William Mallett and others live in, and a house in Stonehouse.

The rest to my sons William and Hugh Mallett, executors

Witnesses :

John Tingcomb
Elizabeth Norcott

Principal Registry Bishop of Exeter

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