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L.O.S. 1, FOLIO 68
WILL OF ABRAHAM RICHARDSON
of ye island of Jersey, gent. 26th July 1672
In the name of God Amen the six and twentieth day of July 1672 according to ye computation of ye Church of England I, Abraham Richardson of ye island of Jersey, Gent, being of perfect memory and remembrance, praise be God, did make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Maker, hoping that through the mysterious death and Passion of Jesus Christ my only Saviour and redeemer to receive free pardon and forgiveness of all my sins and as for my body to be buried in Christian burial at ye discretion of my Executor, hereafter nominated.
2. I do bequeath unto my kinsman Philip Marrett and to ye rest who were concerned in ye cargo which I brought out with me; all ye interest which I bought of Daniel Cock lying in Jersey it being purchased with thirty pounds sterling which belong with my said kinsman and ye rest of ye owners.
3. I do bequeath unto my kinsman Anthony Anthon ten pounds sterling to be paid by my Executors.
4. I do bequeath unto my brothers Philip Richardson, Nicholas Richardson, Clement Richardson, my sisters Elizabeth Richardson and Anne Richardson and my youngest brother, John Richardson all my whole estate that God hath bestowed upon me in this world both personal and real, with all my debts credits and rights to be equally and proportionally divided amongst them. I do give to William Crane ten pounds sterling.
I do appoint and ordain Philip Richardson and my kinsman Philip Marrett to be my full and sole executors and to see this my last Will and Testament absolutely fulfilled as witnessed my hand and seale the day and year abovementioned.
Signed Abraham Richardson (his mark)
Testes Will: M Crane, Richard Flaxmar, John Giffar
This day being the 1st August 1672 personally appeared before me Abraham Crane and Richard Flaxmer and John Giffar and made oath that they saw Abraham Richardson sign, seale and deliver the within written will as his last Will and Testament.
Thomas Lynch, Exe FERC?
LIB. 24 FOLIO 74 & 75
WILL OF GEORGE RICHARDSON
of Jamaica 10th April 1743
In the name of God Amen, I George Richardson of the Parish of St. James in the island aforesaid knowing the instability of mankind do recommend my soul to God and my body to be interred at the discretion of my Executors do make this my last Will and Testament -
1st item. I give my well and beloved sister, Ann Burnett, as a legacy my riding horse and a Negro girl (to her and the heirs of her body) called Joan.
2nd item. I give unto Johanna Cohall all my stock of horses, cattle and household furniture and one hundred and twenty acres of land butting upon Stephen Dunn, upon George Richardson and upon the sea.
3rd item. I give and bequeath unto my beloved sister Ann Burnett and George Richardson Cohall, the son of Johanna Cohall, all the residue of my real and personal estate being in this island afore, to be divided between them and their heirs forever, but if the said George Richardson Cohall shall die before he comes to the age of twenty one years, or without issue lawfully begotten of his body, then the said estate of the said Cohall to return to my well beloved sister, Ann Burnett, and to the heirs of her body.
And lastly I appoint my well and trusty friends, John Reid and John Graves, of the Parish of St. James to be my Executors of this my last Will and Testament revoking and disannulling or former Wills and Testament, in witness whereof I, the said George Richardson, have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand and seal this tenth day of April one thousand seven hundred and forty three
Signed sealed and published and declared by the Testator as for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us
Edward Gibby and
Memd. this thirteenth day of August anno domini 1743 Edward Gibbs appeared before me and made oath that he was present and did see George Richardson the Testator within mentioned, in sound mind and memory, sign seal publish and declare the within written instrument as and for his last Will and Testament and, at the same time, Giles Cooke and Thomas Burnett was also present with him subscribed their names as witnesses to the same in the presence of the said Testator and that he knows nothing of any Will made since by the said Testator that may attend to the disadvantage of the Will within written.
Signed: G Fisher
LIB. 23 FOLIO 200-201
WILL OF HANNAH RICHARDSON
of Jamaica, 18th April 1743
(end 5th May 1743)
In the name of God, Amen, I Hannah Richardson of the Parish of Port Royal and Island aforesaid, free Negro woman, being sick and weak of body but sound and disposing mind and memory, thanks be to God for the same do make and ordain this who my last Will and Testament in manner and form and following (that is to say) first and principally, I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it trusting through the merits and mediation of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to enjoy eternal life in heaven, my body I commit to the earth to be decently interred at the discretion of my Executor hereinafter named and as to such worldly detail herewith, it hath pleased Almighty God to bless one, I give and dispose thereof as followeth:
After my funeral charges and just debts be first paid and discharged
I give devise and bequeath unto Samuel Christian of the Parish of Kingston on island aforesaid, my necklace of pearls beads (necklast of perill beeds) and my gold sleeve buttons.
I give and bequeath unto Lucy Harris my necklast of gold beeds.
I give and bequeath unto Lucy Stretch my two gold finger rings.
I give and bequeath unto Hannah Jacobs my gold locket.
I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Penniston a gold locket
And all my wearing apparel to be divided between Hannah Christian, Lucy Harris, Elizabeth Penniston, Charity Jacobs, Lucy Stretch, Rebecca Cumber and Jean Cumber.
I give and bequeath unto Dorothy Christian a set of china.
I give devise and bequeath unto my loving son, William Richardson, of the Parish of Port Royal and Island aforesaid, mariner, all the rest and residue and remainder of my estate both real and personal, whether it consists inuto ready money, jewels or of what nature kind or quality the same may beat the time of my decease to hold to him his heirs forever.
And lastly I do hereby make ordain constitute "memento" and appoint John Mathews of the same Parish and Island aforesaid to be my whole and sole Executor to this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking disannulling and making void all former Wills and Testaments by me at any time heretofore made declaring this to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighteenth day of April in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and forty three.
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Samuel Stretch, William Walker, John Dodd
Memorandum this 5th day of May 1743 personally came and appeared before me Samuel Stretch and made oath upon the Holy Evangelist that he was present and did see Hannah Richardson, the Testatrix, within mentioned being then of sound mind and memory make her mark and affix her seal and publish and declare the within written instrument to be her last Will and Testament and that, at the same time, William Walker and John Dodd were also present and together with him subscribed their names as witnesses to the same in the presence of the Testatrix and further that he knows nothing of any other Will since made by the said Testatrix which may lend to the disadvantage of the Will within written.
LIB. 1 FOLIO 54 & 55
WILL OF RICHARD RICHARDSON
of Jamaica 15th November 1670
In the name of God Amen this fifteenth day of November in the year of Lord God one thousand six hundred and seventy I, Richard Richardson of Jamaica, being sick and weak in body but of good and perfect memory thanks be given to Almighty God therefore I do hereby make and ordained this my present last Will and Testament hereby disannulling and revoking all other Wills by me, at any time heretofore made "compromise" give and bequeath my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my maker hoping through the death and passion of my only Lord and Saviour that I shall be made one of the partakers of his Heavenly Glory and my body I commit to the earth to be laid in Christian burial and as for that worldly estate which the Lord of his mercy hath vouchsafed unto me, I give and dispose thereof as followeth:
I do give and bequeath unto my son, Thomas, all that my plantations with all materially belonging to them, cattle, horses, sheep, goats and in "faine" and few words I do give him all that I have in the island in whatsoever kind it is and whatsoever I have in any other parts of the world due to me in sort or money due by bond or any means whatsoever "hae" paying out of the said Estate first the debt and legacies hereafter expressed.
To my kind and loving wife, one thousand pounds sterling or one hundred thousand pounds of sugar to be paid in manner and forfollowing that if she marries, in the first year to be paid her one hundred and fifty pounds sterling or fifteen thousand pounds of sugar and so the next year two hundred pounds or twenty thousand pounds of good sugar and so every year following two hundred pounds or the sugar and the last year to complete the sum two hundred and fifty pounds or twenty five thousand pounds of sugar muscavado as (or?) all the other to be always understood that if my now loving wife should die before these payments be made that every day she dies the payments shall cease and not anything shall be paid after that day or her decease.
I further give to my loving wife Teresay the Negro woman, but as far for her two boys, Richard her youngest son, it is my will that he may be free at one (once?) and should die before they come to age, I do give and bequeath unto my brother, Abraham Richardson, the whole Estate whatsoever. It may be in this island or monies sent to England out of the produce of the Estate, he paying the legacies hereafter expressed without fraud or deceit whatsoever but to pay faithfully and justly to ---- (gap in text) aforcing what shall be expressed, and if any fraud as to pay the legacies as they may endeavour and so buy(?) them for a small matter, it is my will that such writing, let it be of what nature or title whatsoever, shall not cutt them of of anything of these legacies but bona fide without any manner of deceipt he shall pay all the legacies faithfully and justly to a farthing before he hath a true Title to the Estate by this my Will but he shall have possession immediately of the Estate to make and produce the said legacies now expressed.
To Captain Hinder Molsworth/Holsworth two thousand pounds or twenty thousand pounds of sugar.
To Capt Edward Stanton pounds sterling or twenty thousand of sugar.
To my brother, Clement Richardson, four hundred pounds or forty thousand pounds of sugar; to my two sisters four hundred pounds to each one, and to my brother, John, two hundred pounds. To my brother, Phillip, one hundred pounds for a morning suit; and to my brother Nicholas the like, but it is to be understood that these legacies shall be paid as it can be made of; of the estate now it is my will and desire that him or them of my Executors that shall take upon him the management of the estate in general, shall have ten per cent of the clear produce of the estate for his or their pains and charges now.
I do appoint my very loving wife and Capt Hinder Molsworth/Holsworth, Capt Edward Stanton and my (gap but probably should be "brother") Clement Richardson to be my whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament.
In writings whereof I have hereunder set my hand and seale the day and year above written
signed sealed and delivered before us
Benjamin Smith, James H H (probably Flax)
March sixteenth 1670 (my note: 1670/1671)
This day appeared before me, Benjamin Smith, and James Flax and made oath that they saw the within named Richard Richardson seale and deliver the within writing as his last Will and Testament which oath of ye said witnesses I have administered unto them by virtue of an order unto me directed by his Excellency Sir Thomas Modyford bearing date the seventh day of March one thousand six hundred and seventy (my note: 1670/1671) witness my hand and seal ye day and year above written.
LIB. 7 FOLIO 17
WILL OF THOMAS RICHARDSON
of Jamaica 4th April 1749
In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Richardson of the Parish of St. Elizabeth in the Island of Jamaica aforesaid planter, being in a very weak and infirm state of health but of sound perfect and disposing mind memory and understanding, praised and ever honour be my Creator's Holy Name for the same do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in form and manner following (that is to say) first and principally I commend my soul to the hands and protection of Almighty God my Heavenly Father and Redeemer that this mortal life ended, I shall inherit eternal and everlasting joy and happiness and as to my corrupt body, I commit to the earth from whence it came to be decently and in a Christian manner buried at the discretion of my executor hereinafter named.
As to whatever real or personal estate I shall happen to die seized and possessed of, or any ways interested in either the said Island of Jamaica or elsewhere or whatever sum, or sums of money due or owing in my lifetime or become due after my decease or otherwise howsoever, I give and devise the same and every part thereof with the appurtenancy unto my good and much respected friend, John May, of the Parish of Kingston in the Island aforesaid, cooper, to have and to hold to him the said John May, his heirs and assigns forever. And I also appoint him whole and sole Executor of this my only last Will and Testament hereby revoking and making null land void all other Will or Wills by me at any time heretofore made declaring this and no other to be my only last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and fixed my seal the fourth day of April in the year of our Lord, 1749.
Signed sealed published and declared in the presence of Osburn Doyle
Memorandum this 20th April 1749
Personally came and appeared before me Osburn Doyle and made oath upon the Holy Evangelist that he was present and did see Thomas Richardson the Testator written within being then of sound mind and memory make this his mark and affix his seal and publish and declare the within written instrument to be his last Will and Testament and further that he knows nothing of any other Will since made by the said Testator which may tend to the disadvantage of the Will written within.
Signed: Edward Trelawny
The above wills were transcribed by Heather Nielsen
Liber 4, folio 119
WILL OF JOHN RICHARDSON of Port Royal
After payment of my just debts and funeral expenses, I give the rest and residue of my estate to my loving Dorothy Richardson and her heirs forever.
Sole Executor: my friend William Moore of Port Royal, wine cooper.
Dated August 17, 1683
Probate October 8, 1685
Liber 17, folio 90
Entered 9th Jan 1926.
WILL OF ELIZABETH RICHARDSON
wife of William Richardson of Kingston, merchant.
To my daughter Mary Martin and her issue, land in Vere given to me by my father Henry Grey of Vere, planter, by Deed of Sale, and 3 Negro slaves, Mimba, Amaron and Vigo, also given to me by my father. It my daughter Mary dies without issue, then these bequests go to my son John Martin instead.
My husband William Richardson is to be executor and guardian of my children.
Dated Dec. 31, 1726
Signed by X
Witnesses: Elizabeth Austin by X
On Jan. 6, 1726 John Cooke swore that he saw her and the witnesses sign and date the will.
Liber 17 Folio 259
Entered April 1, 1729
WILL OF JOHN RICHARDSON
of St. James, planter
To my wife Margaret Richardson the authority over all my children and management of my estate during her widowhood. If she remarries my executors are to take over these duties.
I give to my wife one Negro girl called Clarinda for the life of my wife and after that to whichever child she wills.
To Sarah Everard, wife of Archibald Everard of St. Ann and to Mary Broadber, wife of William Broadber of St. Ann, merchant, the piece of my estate called Long Pond in St. James consisting of 300 acres, share and share alike.
To my son William Richardson son of Margaret 94 acres part of Mounting Spring butting east and west on self and north on Thomas Goodard, beginning at John Whitnell's line easterly.
To my said son William Richardson 100 acres part of Price's butting north on William Stayner and west and south on unpossessed land.
To the said William land at Salt a Mash in St. James except 40 acres already sold to William Broadber.
To the said William 10 Negro slaves.
If William dies before reaching the age of 21 or without legally begotten heirs then the land and Negros shall be divided among the other children of me and Margaret including our daughters.
To my daughter Anne Richardson the remainder of the land at Mountain Spring, 180 acres. If she dies before reaching 21 without lawful heirs then this land will be split among the other children.
To my son George Richardson my new dwelling on land called Pudding Weed Pond in St. James, and also to George the remaining run of land called Prices, 100 acres. If he dies before reaching 21 without lawful heirs then this land will be split among the other children.
If Margaret is with child at the time of my death that child is to have an equal share with the others.
To the said Anne and George and any younger children of me and Margaret, share and share alike, all the rest and residue and remainder of my estate. If any child dies before reaching 21 without lawful heirs then his or her share will be split among the survivors from among these children. If they are all dead, then it goes to my son William and his issue. If they are not living it goes to Sarah Everard and Mary Broadber and their heirs.
Executors: Alger Pestell Esq., Mr. Stephan Gabandon, and Mr. Charles Allen.
Dated January 4, 1721
Witnesses: George G. Hammon by X
Blanch Hannon by X
Mary Sharpe by X
PCC PROBATE: 11/1767
(Prerogative Court of Canterbury)
RICHARD RICHARDSON, The Elder, Esq.
of Anguilla 14th May 1782
In the Name of God, Amen, I, Richard Richardson and Elizabeth his wife of said island being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding do agree to and make this our last Will and Testament in manner and form following:
How it is agreed and consented to by both parties that Elizabeth Richardson the Testatrix shall have a dwelling house of thirty six feet long and eighteen feet wide to be built upon sills boarded, floored and shingled for the use of the Testatrix during her life, but she is to reside in our now dwelling house until the other is finished which is to be begun and completed as soon as "conveniency" after the decease of the Testator and the Testatrix shall have and receive at my decease to her own use and benefit and to dispose of the same as she may think proper ten negros, namely Sarah, Sue, Lucia, Minkey and her two children, Nick Tom Present and Dinah, Sarah's daughter.
Also one hundred Johannas or three hundred and thirty pounds cash, three -- -- such as she may choose and all the small stock that we at present have about our dwelling place and as much of our household furniture as she may think convenient except the two hall looking glasses which we give to our son, Richard Richardson.
The said Testatrix is to have and derive year by year and every year during her life, the sum of £450 current money of this island out of the crops of our estates in this island Saint Croix.
We will and bequeath to our son, William Richardson, our plantation in the Valley Division of this island with the dwelling house and all the stock and buildings thereon. Also sixteen Negroes which he has already received, to him his heirs and assigns forever.
We will and bequeath to our son, Richard Richardson, our plantation and land situated in the Road Division of this island which we at present dwell on and cultivate, with our dwelling house, outhouses, blocks and other buildings thereon. We also give our said son, Richard, the lands adjoining same called the Rob(p) Ground which but and bounds easterly with the lands of William Coakley 2's heirs and southerly with the lands of Darby Carty's heirs; northerly with the neighbouring plantations and westward with the land we now dwell on given to our aforesaid son, Richard, the aforesaid plantation to him his heirs and assigns forever.
The Sandy Ground lots and houses thereon, is not to be included nor --- to be in this.
Also one acre of land on the hill and easternmost part of the land given our son, Richard, which buts and bounds eastward and westward with the lands of Arthur Hodge, Senior, which is worked for the Yard foure? and stand for the dwelling house that is to be built for the testatrix agreeably to the first item and at the decease of the testatrix the said acre of land and dwelling house shall revert to our aforesaid son, Richard, his heirs and assigns forever. And it is also our will that our aforesaid son, Richard, shall have and receive 16 negroes equal in size and value to those already given to our son, William Richardson.
We will and bequeath to our daughter, Mary Flemming, all Long Bay Plantation also all the lands that we purchased from the Farringtons which is situated in the Road Division of this island and lies between the said Long Bay Plantation and the lands we purchased from the heirs of William Howell, to her, her heirs and assigns for ever. Also three able Negroes to be delivered to our said daughter which with those Negroes she has already received makes the number equal with those we gave to our son, William Richardson.
We will and bequeath to our sons, Benjamin and John Richardson, the two plantations situated at the west part of this island that we purchased of the heirs of William Howell deceased, the Cove? Included running from sea to sea north and south; also the three sevenths of Randozoons plantation both parcels of land butted and bounded as will appear by the Bill of Salt and other rights appertaining thereto, share and share alike to them, their heirs and assigns for ever.
Also our two sons, Benjamin and John Richardson, shall have and receive sixteen Negroes each to be equal in size and value to those already given our son, William Richardson.
We will and bequeath the land in the Sandy Ground which buts and bounds northerly with the lot of land the property of Benjamin Gumbs the third and southerly with the land of John Romney, Senior, which shall be equally divided in five lots; the first lot beginning at the northerly bounds to our son, William; the second lot to our son, Richard, the third lot to our daughter, Mary Flemming; the fourth lot to our son, Benjamin, together with the house that is occupied by Mrs. Hatchet; the fifth and last lot to our son, John Richardson, with the stone? house thereon, to them, to their heirs and assigns forever.
It is our will that the plantations on this island with the buildings thereon that we have given to our children aforesaid shall be separately appraised and that every child shall be made equal agreeable to the highest and greatest appraisement.
It is our will that our estates in the island of St. Croix and the Negroes stock works and buildings thereon be appraised as soon as conveniently can be after the decease of the Testator and that the same shall be equally divided among our aforesaid five children; William and Richard Richardson, Mary Flemming, Benjamin and John Richardson, share and share alike to them, their heirs and assigns for ever.
If any gift or legacy that we now by this Will have given to our children should be hereafter recovered from either of them by law, that such child or children shall be made whole by the rest agreeable to the value that he, she or they may suffer.
Whatsoever cash we have in this island, the island of St. Croix or elsewhere with the debts due shall be equally divided amongst our five children, namely William, Richard, Mary Flemming, Benjamin and John Richardson, share and share alike to them, their heirs and assigns forever.
It is our will and desire that each child shall be possessed of his or her gift or legacy as soon as conveniency will admit of after the decease of the Testator and after therof are made equal in Negroes agreeable to those given our son, William Richardson. That the rest and residue of our personal estate in this island not already given or willed away shall be equally divided among our aforesaid five children, William and Richard Richardson, Mary Flemming, Benjamin and John Richardson share and share alike to them their heirs and assigns forever. Only this reserve to our son, John, we give him the Gedole? Golburg?; to our daughter, Mary, a good saddle horse to be purchased and given her and the Testator's riding horse saddle and pistols we give to our son, Richard.
Whereas the Testatrix is to have and receive yearly and every year the sum of four hundred and fifty pounds current money of this island out of our crops from the estates in this island and St. Croix during her life of our said estates shall be divided among our children before the death of the Testatrix that each child or their heirs are hereby obliged to pay their equal dividend of the said yearly sum to the Testatrix every year during her life.
We give and bequeath unto the Danish Church and the two English Churches in the island of St. Croix under His Danish Majesty the sum of thirty three pounds each the currency of the island of St. Croix.
Lastly we make, ordain, constitute and appoint our trusty friend, Major Cornelius Hendriksen, John Coakley, Senior, George Gosling and John Ruan, Esquires of the island of St. Croix; our sons, William Richardson, Richard Richardson, Benjamin Richardson, John Richardson, our son in law, Jonathan Flemming, John Smith, John Payne, Benjamin Gumbs 3rd, Joseph Romney, Senior, and Solomon Romney, Senior, of this island Anguilla to be our Executors to see that this our Will be duly fulfilled and complied with ratifying this and no other to be our last Will and Testament.
In faith and testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 14th day of May in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty two.
Elizabeth E R Richardson, her mark
Signed, sealed, published, delivered and pronounced by the Testator and Testatrix in the presence of us who was desired by the said parties to subscribe the name as evidence thereto.
Before the Honorable Thomas Hodge, Esq., Deputy Lieutenant Governor and Deputy Ordinary of this Island
Personally appeared before me, John Hodge, and maketh oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God and departeth? and swears that he did see Richard Richardson, Senior, Esq. and Elizabeth Richardson, his wife, sign, seal and as their act and deed deliver the written instrument of writing as for their last Will and Testament and that the said Richard Richardson, Senior, Esq. and Elizabeth Richardson, his wife, was at the time and execution of the same in perfect mind and memory.
And that Alexander Murkart and Richard Burke together with this deponent did subscribe the same as evidence thereto
Sworn before me this 20th day of July 1784
I, John Lake, Registrar of Deeds Colonial Secretary and Notary Public by lawful authority duly constituted, admitted and sworn dwelling and practising in said island, do hereby certify, make known and declare that the foregoing writing is a true and exact copy taken from my office, Lib C and folios 152-159 inclusive as will fully appear reference being thereto had in faith and testimony of the truth whereof thereunto subscribe my name and affix my seal Notarial, this twenty sixth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine
John Lake, Colonial Secretary and Notary Public
I, Benjamin Gumbs, Esq, President and Deputy Ordinary of said island do certify to all to whom the same may or shall come that John Smith whose name in quality of Colonial Secretary and Notary Public is to the foregoing inscribed has been duly constituted, admitted and sworn to fill those office in this island and that our faith and credit ought to be had and given to all his acts and attestations in his official capacity given under my hand and seal this 20th day of November 1829
Benjamin Gumbs, President and Deputy Ordinary
On the 19th February 1830 Admin? with the Will annexed of the Goods, Chattels and credits of Richard Richardson the Older, late of the island of Anguilla, widower deceased, save and except in Anguilla was granted to William Richardson, the lawful grandson, and one of the persons entitled in distribution to the personal estate and effects of the said deceased nor disposed of by the said Will being first sworn by Commission duly to administer, Cornelius Hendriksen, John Coakley the older, George Gosling and John Ruan and William Richardson, Benjamin Richardson and John Richardson, the sons, and Jonathan Flemming, John Smith, John Payne, Benjamin Gumbs the 3rd, Joseph Romney the older, and Solomon Romney the younger, the surviving Executors named in the said Will, all dying without proving the same. No general residual legatee being named in the said Will. William Richardson, Benjamin Richardson and John Richardson and Mary Flemming, wife of Jonathan Flemming, the natural lawful and only children of the said deceased having all departed this life without having taken upon them or either of them or either of them the Letters of Admin with the Will annexed of the Goods of the said deceased.
[This will was transcribed by Heather Neilsen]
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