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Subject: Re: [YKS] The Knaresborough Wills - Series AA (1800-1824) - Part 1
Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 14:30:07 EDT
In a message dated 26/06/02 15:16:48 GMT Daylight Time,
> Hello Tony,
> I am interested in the entries for Knapton.
> AA140 Knapton Ann, AA083, Hannah, AA083, Richard, AA001, AA083, Sarah,
> AA001, William - t,
> Many thanks.
..............I presume you mean ::
Ann, AA083, Hannah, AA083, Richard, AA001, AA083, Sarah, AA001, William - t,
...........have you any additional information on these people for my
Harrogate Historical Society and re-Population Study Group
Thomas Hutton- 1st September 1818 - AA001
Stainburn, Parish of Kirkby Overblow
To my wife Mary Hutton and annuity of £15.
To my daughter Lydia Hutton £100.
To my son Thomas Hutton of Newgate Street, London, £100.
To my son Benjamin Hutton £100.
To my daughter Mary Rhodes, the wife of Thomas Rhodes of Stainburn, £100.
To my daughter Sarah Knapton, the wife of Richard Knapton of Huby, £100.
To my daughter Elizabeth Bulock, the wife of Henry Bulock of Colne, 5s.
To my granddaughter Mary Bulock £40. To her sisters Ann Bulock and Lydia
Bulock £19 15s each.
All legacies to my children and grandchildren to be paid after the death of
To my son William Hutton of Norwood all my real estate, chargeable with the
annuity and legacies. Should he die without issue then the same to my heir in
law with the additional charge of an annuity of £5 to Elizabeth Hutton, the
wife of William.
Witnesses : John Gill of Rigton, Farmer
Thomas Thompson of Rigton, Cordwainer
William England of Rigton, Smith
Inrolled 18th November 1818.
William Knapton - 30th January 1819 - AA083
To my sons Richard Knapton and William Knapton all my real estate in
Felliscliffe, chargeable with an annuity of £30 to my wife Ann Knapton. If my
sons and wife do not agree to live together then she shall have some named
furniture and a further annuity of £5.
To my daughter Hannah Knapton £300 to be paid : £100 after my death and £200
after the death of my wife.
The residue of my personal estate to my sons.
Witnesses : Edward Barret