ID: MARG_189

TitleWill of Samuel Death of East Mersea 1638/9
AbstractWill of Samuel Death of East Mersea 15 March 1638/9, transcribed from Essex Record Office document D/ACW 13/117

Transcriber Meg Ross May 2021

In the name of god Amen on the xi th: daye of Februarye 1638
I Samewell Death of Eastm[er]seye in the doysses of London
beinge Sick in bodeye but perfect in memarye thankes bee
g[i]ven to god do make this my last wille and testament in
manner and forme followinge Fyrst I comend my sowle into
the handes of Allemightye god my Crehator and to Jesus
Criste my redemer and my bodye to the earth and the
worldlye goodes which god of his mercye hath bestowed on
me I gyve them as Followeth. Item I gyve to my
Brother John Death xijd [12d] to be payd to him After the
decese of Jhoane my wyffe and I do gyve to Weelliam
Death my brother xijd [12d] to be payd at the same tyme
Item I do gyve to Henerye Picket my sisters h\u/band
waynescoat Chiste standing in the parlor to bee delivered
within sixe monthes after my death. All the Rest of
my goodes moveabell and unmoveabell I do gyve to Johne
my Wyffe and I doe apoynt her to bee mine Execetrix
and to paye to Thomas DeathThe sunn of Thomas my
Brother xij [12]d to be payd to him after the dath of the sayd
Johane my wyffe and to prove this my wille to paye my
deptes and to see my bodye sembelye brought to the
Earth, Witnes this to bee my will I do set to my hand
the daye and yeare A bove Written in the presence of
William Anger           Samewell Death
his mark                     his mark
Jhnathon Baxter
his mark           and Thomas Harris

p[ro]batum fuit apud Colc[hester] 15to [ie quinto decimo]die mens[i]s Martij Anno d[omi]ni 1638 Coram M[agist]ro Theophilo Roberts [.....] Surr[ogato?] D[o]c[t]oris Aylett offi[cia]lis &tc iuranto Ex[ecu]tric[i]s &tc [...] &tc salvo &tc
fiat fit

KeywordsWilliam ainger
Published15 March 1638/39
SourceMersea Museum