|Eleanor Willan - 6th May 1731 - H040
Late of Prescott Street, Parish of St Mary's, Whitechapel,
To my cousin Abiah Wells of York, widow, £20 and a small
To my friend Ethelred Rawlings at Mr Elias
Wilson's, a baker in
Bishopgate Street, £20.
To Joseph Lovell, William Lovell,
Mehetabell Lovell and Eleanor Lovell, children of my son
William Lovell of Red Lyon Street,
Clerkenwell Green, merchant, all my real estate at Fewston, now
occupied by Christopher Watson and William Gill, equally amongst
them once they reach 21. the profits meanwhile to be used for
their maintenance and education.
All my goods left in London with Mr Fawcett's, barber in the
Minories, to my daughter Jane Lovell. Also my gold watch, buckle,
three pairs of gold buttons, and the rest of my plate.
I appoint my son William as Executor.
Witnesses : John Fawcett, John Leadbetter