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Subject: Re: [YKS] The Knaresborough Wills - Series AA (1800-1824) - Part 1
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2002 16:11:04 EDT
In a message dated 21/06/02 18:24:21 GMT Daylight Time,
> Do you have any more details on the following please:-
> Garth, AA075, John, AA054, AA075
> Thank you so much.
> Kind regards
> Judith K
...........do you have any additional information on these names for my
Harrogate Historical Society and re-Population Study Group
Elizabeth Collins - 4th December 1820 - AA075
Scriven with Tentergate
To my cousins Mrs Mary Lamplough and Richard Cundall £300 each.
To Mrs Cundall the widow of my late cousin James Cundall £100.
To Miss Margaret Bebb and Miss Martha Bebb £10 each.
To Mrs Ibbetson the widow of the late Carr Ibbetson £200.
To Ann Jennings, Jane Jennings, Francis Jennings and Ruth Jennings, children
of the late Mrs Jennings of Boroughbridge, £5 each.
To Mrs Garth the wife of John Garth £10.
To Elizabeth Archdale £10.
To Kitty Collins and James Collins, the children of my late cousin James
Collins, £100 each.
To my senior maid £19 19s in addition to the wages I might owe her at my
To the Trustees of the Charity School in Knaresborough, founded by Dr
Richardson late of that place, £100 Upon Trust to invest and apply the
interest as required to purchase clothing for the poor children.
To William Collins, another son of my late cousin James, 100 Upon Trust to
pay the treasurer of the Governors of the Lunatic Asylum at York.
To the treasurer of the Secondary Schools in Knaresborough, £2 2s.
All the china belonging to the late Mrs Wilkinson to Miss Lawson, the
daughter of the late Rev Lawson of Boroughbridge.
To the Poor of Knaresborough and Bond End, £10.
The remainder of my china, clothes and plate to Kitty Collins.
The residue of my personal estate to William Collins whom I appoint executor.
Witnesses : Thomas Simpson
Codicil - 12th December 1820
My two pews in the Parish Church of Knaresborough to William Collins.
Witnesses : Thomas Simpson
Francis Moyser - 23rd April 1820 - AA054
To my wife and three daughters, Dorothy Moyser, Sarah Moyser, Margaret
Moyser, my house, farm and lands, which I now occupy as yearly tenant of the
Earl of Egremont at Topcliffe. Also all my plate, household contents, and
farming stock. Also all my personal estate.
To my wife an annuity of £60. Also the three houses and the two acres of land
at Topcliffe, now occupied by John Garth, Thomas Grainger, and Rachael
Langdale as tenants.
To my three daughters £1,200 each.
To my son Francis Moyser the residue of my estate, and appoint him executor.
Witnesses : Charles B Walker