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Jonathan Cook - 5th June 1735 - H007

Hampsthwaite, Yeoman

I have surrendered a close of Copyhold land to Thomas Harrison and Mary Moorhouse. They are to sell and to pass the money to my Executor for payment of my legacies.

To David Jackson 5.

To Mary Holyday [ probably Mary Holliday] 5 and a bedstead from my higher parlour, with the bed and bedding.

To Ann Jackson 3.

To Martha Jackson 3.

To Sarah Walker, wife of William Walker, 3. Should she die before inheriting, then the same to be shared by her children.

To Hannah Lambert, wife of James Lambert, 3. Should she die before inheriting, then the same to be shared by her children.

To Jonathan Jackson, son of David Jackson, 3.

To Ellin Whitaker, wife of George Whitaker, 10. Should she die before inheriting, then the same to be shared by her children.

To Hannah Fleetham 10 and the best bedstead and bedding from the chamber, also a cupboard, a round table, and my great bible.

Residue of my goods, chattels, and personal effects to John Jackson, son of David, and appoint him Executor.

Witnesses : Luke Kendall, William Coates

 

 

 

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