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Subject: Re: [YKS] The Knaresborough Wills - Series Q
Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 07:46:27 EDT
In a message dated 10/05/02 10:45:25 GMT Daylight Time,
> Hello Tony
> Could you please forward details of the will for Coates. Could I also take
> this opportunity to thank you for the tremendous work that you do.
> Best wishes
> June (Queensland Australia)
...........with compliments.......please remember that these are only
abstracts.........the full Wills can be obtained from Sheepscar WYAS..........
..........grateful for any additional information on these people for my
Harrogate Historical Society and re-Population Study Group
Christopher Long - 22nd September 1764 - Q004
Clint, Parish of Ripley
My real estate to my wife Mary Long, chargeable with £130 to William Coates
of Arkendale, being the mortgage on this property, and for the maintenance
and education of my three sons, Christopher Long, Robert Long, and William
Residue of my estate to my wife, whom I appoint Executrix.
Witnesses : William Simpson
Inrolled 10th October 1764
William Bramley - 1st February 1765 - Q017
By Indenture 15th January 1740 between William Bramley of the 1st, George
Clarkson, Blacksmith, and John Coates, Innkeeper, of the 2nd, and Ann
Clarkson, daughter of George, of the 3rd part. After taking notice of the
marriage between me and Ann and the Surrender, of same date, of the east end
of a house with the closes in Birstwith, occupied by John Render, Ann Barker
and myself, to George Clarkson and John Coates.
I now give that half house to my eldest son Marmaduke Bramley on the death of
my wife, Ann Bramley.
The closes attached to the house I give to my sons William Bramley, and
George Bramley on the death of my wife.
I give my tithes to my wife, and at her death to my son Marmaduke.
I give the house and 2½ acres of land at Birstwith which I bought off Widow
Fairburn and her son, and now occupied by Richard Roome, to my son William.
I give the house at Birstwith, now occupied by John Varley, to my son George,
also the tithes arising from the land at Birstwith owned by John Simpson.
The residue of my real estate to my son Marmaduke.
The residue of my personal estate, goods and chattels to my sons Marmaduke
and William, and appoint them Executors.
My son Marmaduke to pay an annuity of £2 to my wife, whom I appoint as
guardian to my son George, until he reaches 21.
Witnesses : James Collins
James Collins junior
Probate 1st March 1766