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Subject: Re: [YKS] The Knaresborough Wills - Series Q
Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 02:20:01 EDT
In a message dated 10/05/02 01:27:49 GMT Daylight Time,
(Alan Martin) writes:
> Hi Tony
> Any info on DOBSON & MYRES - Please - Thank you
> Alan Martin
............I sent you MYERS information from the P Series on the 9th
...........it would have been nice to receive an acknowledgement and useful
if you had responded to the other part of my mailing to you ::
<< grateful for any additional information on these people for my
Harrogate Database........VMT >>
..........here's the DOBSON & MYERS information from the Q Series.........it
now gives you another opportunity to acknowledge receipt and perhaps let me
have some information for my Harrogate Database......
Harrogate Historical Society and re-Population Study Group
George Myers - Admon Bond for £40 - 10th May 1767 - Q030a
Menwith with Darley
Aaron Parker of Clapham Green, Parish of Hampsthwaite, Yeoman
Robert Stockdale of Scriven with Tentergate, Gentleman
Renunciation, 17th May 1767, by Elizabeth Myers, widow of George, available.
Agreement note, 12th June 1767, by Robert Stockdale, that Aaron Parker may
administer the estate.
Robert Scaife - Admon Bond for £380 - 16th December 1767 - Q034a
Susannah Scaife of Clint, Widow
William Bramley of Birstwith, Tanner
William Askwith of Birstwith, Linen Weaver
Inventory 12th December 1767, by John Simpson, Thomas Myers, Robert Milner,
and William Bramley, available.
William Dickinson - 22nd November 1766 - Q035a
Bilton with Harrogate
To my wife Ellen Dickinson the house in which I now live, and sufficient
furniture for her use. Also an annuity of £20, chargeable to my copyhold land
at Harrogate, now occupied by ??? Pawson.
To the daughters of Benjamin Pullein £5 each, when they reach 21.
To John Dobson my copyhold property, now occupied by him, during the life of
him and his wife Ann Dobson. At their deaths, the same, and all other of my
copyhold property in Harrogate, to their eldest son William Dobson.
To John Dobson, the second son of John, my freehold and copyhold property at
The house in which I now live, with all the furniture, to William Dobson, on
the death of my wife.
Witnesses : Oliver Coghill
James Collins junior