John Wescoe - 25th August 1735 - H021
My real estate at Linton, Coneyston and Thorp (all within
Craven) to my son Constantine Wescoe and son-in-law George
Cheldrey and his wife Agnes Cheldrey [Agnes Wescoe], to sell and
use the income as follows.
To my sons Stephen Wescoe, George Wescoe and
and my daughter Agnes, £60 each.
To my daughter Isabel Robinson [Isabel Wescoe] the annual
interest due on £60. This principal sum to be equally divided
amongst her children on her death.
All money in excess of the above devised £300 to be equally
dived amongst my son Constantine and daughter Agnes.
My son Constantine and son-in-law George to stand surety for
the above devised sums on my daughter Isabel and her children.
To my wife Anne Wescoe the best bed, bedding and furniture
belonging, a chest of drawers. The residue of furniture and linen
to be divided amongst my children.
A silver spoon to my son Constantine and one to my daughter
Residue of my goods, chattels and personal estate to my son
Constantine whom I appoint Executor.
Witnesses : William Sharpe, Hannah Towlard,
Memorial of Will registered at Wakefield Registry of Deeds 12th
April 1736 - HH 596 756.