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THE WILL OF ELIZABETH VOW 1742

THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
of me Elizabeth VOW of Kings Cliff in the county of Northampton spinster first whereas the Estate at Blaston in Leicestershire of my brother The Reverend Thomas VOW of Kings Cliff aforesaid is mortgaged to me for the sum of five hundred pounds I give all the same five hundred pounds with all the interest thereof if any be due unto my said brother Thomas VOW and I further give unto the said Thomas VOW the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to him at my death I give unto my Mother Mrs Martha VOW the sum of Twenty pounds I give unto my aunt Sarah BUTLER the sum of ten pounds I give unto my aunt Margaret BUTLER the sum of ten pounds I give unto my Sister Mary VOW the sum of ten pounds I give unto Ann BASSETT servant to my said brother Thomas VOW the sum of five pounds and all my wearing apparell I give unto Samuel PEALE servant to my said brother the sum of ten pounds and I give unto Mary BRUDEUELL the sum of forty shillings servant to the said Thomas VOW and I do hereby make constitute and appoint my said brother Thomas VOW full and sole executor to this my will in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal to this my last will and testament the fourth day of September 1742 Eliz: VOW signed sealed published and declared by the said Elizabeth VOW the Testator to be her last will and testament in the presence of us and who at the request and in her presence set our hands Hereto as witnesses thereof Jonathan BRAMSTON Sarah DILHOORK John GOODRICH. This will was proved at London before the Right Worshipfull John BETTESWORTH Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted the Twenty eighth day of February in the year of our lord one Thousand seven hundred and forty three by the oath of Thomas VOW the brother of the deceased and sole executor named in the said will to whom was granted Administration of all and singular the goods and chattells and credits of the said deceased being first sworn by commission duty to administer. EX er


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